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RBV JOHN DODWEU Mgr l Anf Independent Weekly With of Kdrforn and Loi Devoted to the iKnlentt at NlrogcfnaNtatT at lima ill N rnmal HEJc1TIZBN J TILE HOME 50 Interests CENTS FARM A of YEAR A SCHOOL J IW VOL In A Funily Vapor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 27 1902 Fifty cents a year NO H IDEAS A wuMmonitlck Concuit In riot ii virtue but you nay or mot n virUnus person ontiroly free of it Wliut tho dlHerouco Iwlwpou n Hcoldlng woman mid n folding hed t Tlio bed uloHOfl up ouco in n while All things come to him who wnilH but if you tact n good crop this year you will have to hustle for it TAKE NOTICE Tho Winter Term of Bonn College cloMOM Wednesday March f Tlie Spring Term opeus Wednesday Mar IJ S IlnlOIIlIlHcI will IHI funnod for preparing students for teachers examinations Attention in called tothe Conference of School Superintendents from tho Mountain counties which IWMJIH hero Fob 28Mareh 3 Thn opening sen lion Friday afternoon will be address ed by President Frost and with the day wsxioiw of Saturday will b i Ile in Phi Delta hell Tho Sntuiday night program in to bo n mass meet jug in thu Tabernacle Tim closing riesHlon irf at l2h Monday morning in the TalHirnaolo A rioh program ha hon provided for all tensions Saturday night programs will include miisiuby till Glee Club uI1IJnfilt1 by Profiflwrs Diumuoro unit Cnrnahati remarks by the visitors and HjK ochefl by represonlativo htudonta from tire mountain counties All are earnestly invited to attend FROM THE WIDE WORLD Aoetyldne gas ifl being used to light nmnilwsiH in London Hug A nydtuui of public nutuinnbiloH in to bo cxtnblttdied IlIlho city of Manila Sweden in seriously cotiHdleriug tho HHwtion of replacing Menm by cleo trio traetion upon tho Stair railroad+ making use of the numerous waterfalls of the country Dr M Elkenberg of Goltonborg Sweden has invented nn nppnraliHby which milk CUll be brought into thu forth of n dry powder posseasiug nil the qualities of milk ItCfIIJ lx t packed in barrelscairNbagsntanun ran Iw produced for about cents quartBitihop W B Derrick u colored man who was n slave Iiefora tho wear linn been invited to give tho Anniver wiry AddtvMH nt tho Church of tho Catacombs In Cantdrburr England Hooker Washington in not tho only colored man who in winning recogni join Bishop Derrick was braying at a hotfll in London and MOtnu American from ono of tho old slave states object ed to lily being there but the landlord replied Bishop Derrick has just roe ceived n totter from tho King express ing gratitude for n loiter ccndolonco sent him in his lour of bereavement A man who receives Pinch recognition front the King dour us honor by stay ing at this hotol IN OUR OWN COUNTRY- A vein of coal 1ft feet in thickness has been found near Benton III Miss Caroline Phelps Stokes has given to the New York Xoological So ciety SiOOO towards the protection of our native birds Tho Park Avenue lintel Now York burned Saturday mat Seventeen persons wero hurried to deaths and many others injure l A disgraceful Intfight occurred bntweeu Senators Tillman nUll Mo Laurinof South Cllru1inl ontho floor of the Senate Satunlay evening Philadelphia is to build a glass hospital for tho cure of consumption with isolation for each patient and n constant supply of rarefied air The Steamer Kronpriuz Whilhylm having on board Prince Henry broth or of the Gprmnu Kaiser arrived in J tho port of Now York Sunday Tho Princo will tour in tho United States COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Senator Whitehcads bill lo allow women to vote in presidential nice tions was defeated by a vote of 211 to 7 last Monday Nearly 8000 delegates and visitors attended tho State Y M C A Con vention at Paducah Feb 22215 The meotiiigwasonlhusiastic and encouraging reports of progress wero given t INDUSTRIAL ISSUE JBEAUTIFUL BEREA Topographically Morally and Commer clally She Challenges the Admiration of Al- lTho History of any Community II tho individual history of its people People are not interdstalso touch in tho origin of a town and tho succes sive steps of lie development as they are in tho not result reached No bet ter idea of that result can IKS formed than a presentday contemplation of Dcrea as represented by the solid bus iness men who are controlling her des tiny right now Following will btu found an interesting sketch of tho most representative business mot and educationinterests BEREA COLLEGE GET A CERTIFICATE Many teachers certificates expired last year Did yours The legisla 1turn proposes to abolish the third elM certificate Will that prevent you from teaching thus year Is there a firstclass school that you could got II you could raise tho grade of your reputessyour county certificate with a Slate Certificate and become n leader in your county If you say Yes any of these questions now is ourI thou to get ready for tho Spring ex aminations All over the State candi dates uro training for those examina tions as athletes train for n race If you have ambitious as n teacher now is the time to put every bit of know ledge you Intro where it cnn lx quickly used when tune test conies in the spring PREPARE AT BEREA IDeroa Col Itgo has special dosses during the spring term 16 fit couch dates for tho County rind State exam Inntions Tho students who wish this drill turn aside for a few weeks iron the usual academic courses of study mind ore diligently trained in those subjects iu which tinny have special tall Many yearn of experience the college was founded in ISTr enable Boron teachers to conduct this drill reviews s common are in charge of experts chosen from a group of about forty experienced teachers Tho superior methods of this faculty have given Bares students n high reputation wherever they hay o entered teachers examinations 1Ve point with pride to the former Berea student who are now county super intendents and county examiners and remind our friends that in several counties tho highest certificates are held by Berea students The Conference of Superintendents from tho mountains which is hold hers tlthis week shows how vitally Berea is in touch with tho public school eye tern of Eastern Kentucky Plans are under way by which Berea willcoop orate even snore in tho future in tho development of the mountain school system Those who wish to have a largo share in this development will do well to keep iu touch with Berea math use tho advantages given hero THE COST IS SMALL Boroas endowment of nearly half a trillion dollars of invested funds makes it possible to otTer freo tuition ninth the incidental fees to cover cost of maintaining our buildings and expensive equipments are only 7faterm iu tho Normal Department So Sirro a mouth is all you pay tho school Living expenses are from six to seven dollars a mouth Books in tho common school branches are fur uished free of charge Thus tho total expense for a full term of three mouths is about S25 Many get through for less by working part of their spare time But this rate is only About 8 u mouth for nil expenses BEST TRAINING FOR LEAST MONEY You sea tho cost at Berea is less than you would pay at tho poorest subscription school Boron does not make money out of its students rind cannot ho considered in any sense ns a competitor with local schools But consider tho difference in tho ndvnn tngos Baron has About forty teachers specialists in eachstudy Largest College Library in Ken lucky Eighteen buildings expensive ap t pastas Frt o books in nil common school branchesLiterary and musical societies for general culture These ninth a multitude of other ad vantages attract students from morn than 10 Kentucky counties and from about 20 states Spring Term Opens March 12th S E WELCH JR It is almost invariably tho case in every community that there is one man who takes the initiative iu all matters concerning business progress and such a one is looked up to as this commercial leader of that community In Berea this important position is occupied by Mr S E Welch then whom there is not a moro progressive or more enterprising business moo iii Madison county Mr Welch is III every soiree of the tern n selfmade man and owes tho phenomenal suc cess he Inns achieved to his own in domitable energy neverfailing industry and unwavering perseverance a combination of sterling qualities tlmtalwnvH wins In tire race for com mercial supremacy Mr Welch was born and raised in Scott county Vir ginia When he was fifteen years old his father died and since that time he lies made his own way in the world guided solely by his own judgment Ho went into the mercantile business at the age of eighteen Fifteen years ago ho moved to Kentucky Coming to Bores in 18X he opened a general store in the west end of town in the old Wilt store Inter ho purchased the opposite side and began building nine years ago lie now has a block of six largo stores all exclusively occupied by him except tho Bank and by close adherence to the rules of strict busi ness integrity ho has made an euvi able reputation Mr Welch occupies a floor space of 1800 square feet and carres the largest stock of merchandise in Madison county and enjoys a wonderful patronage ho merits trade by his business methods always give tug tho best goods at lowest prices and to all tho om6OU such goods as Studebaker wagons Oliver plows Bollards flour and 5 shoes he has won his reputation until n competitor can claim uo more for his prices than to say it Ias cheap as you can buy it at Welch- si 180G ho erected an elegant resi deuce which is oueof the ulBthomeH iu Madison county Of the six busi nesa rooms five are occupied by Mr Welch In the first room to tho east ho has a drug Ntoro After that is the bank which is the only room in the block not occupied exclusively by Mr Welch Thou comes a furniture store warehouse grocery and the last large room to the west is occupied by dry goods shoes and gents furnishing goods Mr Welch is also vic president of the bank and owns the else trio light plant at Corbin Ah he buys in largo quantities Mt Welch is able to set the pnco on prices and enjoys an exceptionally largo patronage J BURDETTE If there is ouo mot more than an other entitled to be called the pioneer of Boron that man is Mr J Burdette tho popular mill tan much lumber dealer Mr Burdette carne to Boroa in 1862and it was ho who hauled the lumber for the first frame house that was ever erected in what is now the thriving little town of Boron He is a carpenter by trade and constructed a majority of the houses that stand iu tho town Mr Burdotte is now tho most extensive contractor anti builder in Boron and in addition conducts a largo planing sal sawmill His sons are interested with him in tbo opera tion of this largo plant whom they manufacture molding flooring ceiling brackets siding and all kinds of turned vork They also saw n great deal of lumber Mr Burdotto has soon Berea grow from n wilderness to the goodly proportions it now occupies and has always been regarded oa one of tho towns most substantial liferi1nnd enterprising citizens 0EAUTIFUL BEREA fflSt Continual on rage 2 r t Dont Use- Spectacles Unless you need Ihmu and if you use thorn bo sure they fit your need I will J thorough examination with the above instrument riiEB or CHARm which always indicates the correct glasses to use Ii you dont need glasses I will tell you so TeA Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Berea Ky ESTABLISHED 186- 3MADISON MONUMENTAL WORKS Head stones urns mouu JILIIitogoverned by quality of interim Prices reasonable Only first class work done All work guaranteed J T Hamilton Prop RICHMOND Ky MAIN HTKKKT Ojponlle Blanlou Coal Ymil 220- 3FOR HANDMADE FANCY WOODWORK in hats sunbonnets fancy baskets of all descriptions napkin rings in all colors LSend your orders to MISSES M ANn L CARTER BKREA KEXTICKT Trice very rcu onil lo and all work n This writ save your Life uooDrFor Consumption Coughs slid Colds The only Guaranteed Curo DruggistCURESQripWhooping Cough inouusonia or anI LungsTRIALRegular Qizo 90 e czar and 10A Guaranteed Salary n 900 Yearly Men and women of good adtlrvx to rvpmcnl n tome to travel appointing la others for scar work after our ltiterc i alROo wlary guaranteed rarl extra coinmlMloun and lIlAbllhtt1hOIlMto Mcuro pleasant permanent position and liber al Income New brilliant line Writ at once STAKFOUn rilKSS 23 Clinrrh FiIN 1lnv n Conn SonirtliliiK Tlint Will ro You flood We know of no way in which we can bt of more service to our readers than to toll them of something Unit Will ho of real good to them For this reason we want to acfjiiuiiit thong ybestcoughs colds and that alarming com plaint croulWo refer to Chamber HIH We have used It with ericli good r cults in our fnmi housqholdwe havent any doubt but that it line time and again prevolltlllcroup Tire testimony is upon our own ox perience and we suggest that our readers especially thoso who have small always keep It In their croupCamdensale by S E WELCH JR r HATWhoShould know that our store is the best place to make his next purchase Our Assortment is the Largest More than three times as large as any other Richmond Stock Our Styles the Newest Latest shapes direct front New York until Philadelphia Our Quality the Best 11 IIHoelofs John B Stetson and other reliable broads Our Prices the Lowest We buy low for cash and sell for small profits Now Spring styles now ready An immense variety of lath staple and J fancy shapes to select fro- mCOVINGTON BANKS Richmond Ky t DR M E JONES Dentist tMillineryStore Office Days Thursday 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 tii Our Braden nil paper In on file At the oftlco of The Chi aim liner Ckvdii 6lft110 rust Monroe Street Chlragn where our readers will be courteously srrvttil who may care to nil upon The Inter Oftwii for tour of Inspection and tightteeing through lta utagnlaeeut tUlhunf11I which can be round every IUI Im provement of the ago connection with the urwU of a real It a rare treat oneluteresteiInthesublectnutshouldb aThreet in Richmond And out of all tho sets of teeth that have been made at my odico ifthero is ono sot or any ealathnlsshow OilY defects I will make H now set free We are making the lest set of teeth in the world fur 5750 rind if delects show in ive years we give you a new set free This applies to all the teoth I have made or am going to make tho Best alloy fills in tho world at 7G county DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located iu tho Ilohsor Building next door to Gov j erumont Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond KatfonnijiBnnk Special Jrice to SIilfi Fair Dealing Pays And that is one reason our business is increasing Wo sell you in a way to bring us your Future Trade and that ot your friends For The Holidays New Rockers Ladies Desks Couches Dining and Bedroom Furniture and many attractive articles to mako tho home comfortable Picture Framing Carpets Malting Rugs UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY NJgtitPPhone6ti JO Ss JOPLIN Richmond Ky HARNESS HARNESS THE LARGEST STOCK OF HARNESS y Ever brought to Berea Collar pails formerly sold for 4Qo our price 2i e Everfthinguse in Droportjou BICKNELL EARLY Berea Ky osoooeNoNeODOieooN000trowsoNOCOetNOre I f 63TQA SALE OF TIlE FINEST LINE Ol LADIES s BUT Oeuts Boots Shoes anti Pllrnilhlngs ill Kentucky i i i SPECIAL TO STUDENTS and Citizens of Berea iAlthough fine line of our samples wore luirned with your u- f Chapel wo are still alive to your interests Our urgent Geo W JTow has hind his burnt samples replaced with a liner lino Seo his spring styles Thoy are just what you are looking for WE iGUARANTEE SATISFACTION 011 can got our broods from at the samo prico we charge in our store Douglas Crutcher i= Richmond Ky ftt ooNosoaeNwNoo iNNNeNNieew fit 1 I THE CITIZEN BEAUTIFUL BEREA Continual from Page I BEREA BANKING COMPANY The hustling little town of Berea was for sovoral years handicapped because of a lack of banking facilities but last September several of tho towns most enterprising citizens got together and quickly arranged to ade quately fill this long felt want Tho result was ho organization of the Berea Banking Company with such sterling business men at tho helm as A T Fish president S E Welch a Jr vicopresidenland W H Porter cashier This bank is located in one of the Welch rooms and although the institution has been doing business loss that six months the deposits al ready amount to over SIKJOOO while k tho customers exceed two hundred and fifty Thocompauy organized with capital stock of 15000 and has n more substantial financial backing than any other bank in Madison coun ty The company respectfully solicits accounts and collections and gunran tees a careful supervision of all busi ness that passes over its counter r u T A ROBINSON Tho subject of this sketch is a na tive of Clay county but has boon a citizen of Beroa for tho past six years and when he came here Clay countys unquestionablewho understands every detail of the business anda graduate optician than which there is not n better in Madison countyif indeed he has an equa Ho carries a large stock of jewelry and the person who goes out of town for either work or stock in his r line is liable to faro worse by going farther and ought to His placo of business is at Dr Corneliuss drug store tin Main Street where customers may always depend upon receiving prompt attention and courteous treat ment Mr Robinson has a complete set of the latest and best improved optical instruments and guarantees satisfaction He is also an engraver and performs the most artistic and dolicolo work in this line His custom ers are his best advertisers B F TANKERSLEY It is tho young men who make tho world go round and for this reason among the many others the young mail in business deserves encourage ment Tho young man whoso name appears at the heatlof this article was born and raised in Clay county but has been irresident of Berea since 1000 Ho has been a successful far mer for several years but last July decided to embark on the mercantile sea and thqrough in all things went about his new venture in the right way In July last Mr Tankersley rented a building on Main Street and put inono of the best and most choicelysolected stock of groceries to bo found anywhere in Madison coun ty Unlike many others this gentle man instead of letting his stock rundown after the first splash has con tinued to improve until now it may well be said that if you cant find it at Tankersloya there is no use going anywhere elso He is also proprietor of tho Star Hotel and this spring his wifo will open up a millinery ostab lishment in tho same building A T FISH AND WIFE No writeup dealing with the com mercial interests of Beroa would be complete that did not contain conspic uous mention of A T Fish than whom there cannot be found a more progressive public spirited or more enterprising citizen in tho community Mr Fish is a native of Rockcastl county but camo to Borea twenty years ngosiuce which time he has been actively Interested in the towns com mercial welfare He is a Berea man from start to finish and for Berea first last and all tho timo For several years Mr Fish has boon dealing ex tensively in staves and ties On ac cpuntof a rocont change in conditions ho does not deal much in staves as formerly but still handles a large amount of ties Ho also deals in tan bark is president of the Borea Bank ing Company secretary of the Bere Fair Association and has numefou other local interests Mrs Fish is also idonlified with industrial Bores About fifteen years ago she put in smallstock of millinery increasiu her capacity from time to time to moat public demandand now has tho largest and most complete lino of millinery in Beroa Mrs Fish maun facturosaud too largooxtoutdooshe own trimming In this couple Bero has n pair of Fishes who may nlway be found in the commercial andso cial swim DR P CORNELIUS The medical practitioner and drug gist whoso name heads this sketch came to Boren from Laurel county ii 1891 and has since been a resident Ho first began work as a drug clerk but in 1802 graduated from the Louisville Medical University and the same year began tho practice of his chosen profession in Borea and vicini ty Dr Cornelius has boon success ful from the start but as ri surgeon in particular ho has gained an enviable reputation having successfully performed some of the most difficult sur gical operations that have over been conducted in this part of the State Last November he put in a stock of drugs on Main Street and has one of tho best appointed drugstores in the county Ho carries a complete stock of drugs paints oil and sundries and tho business of tho store is looked lifter by Dr L A Pettus who has had ten years experience as a drug clerk and understands every detail of the business Just as soon as the season opens this spring Dr Cornelius will put in a fine soda fountain anti will be prepared to dispense the cool and flowing to a thirsty public H WASHBURN Komarkablo as it may seem one slmo0 shop does all tho shoe repairing of Berea and vicinity That there is no competition in this mumble but necessary industry is duo to the fact that the proprietor of the busy lillle shop at No5 Prospect Avenue turns out a character of work calpulatetl to discourage would be competitors Mr H Washburn proprietor of this stab lIshment is a native Kentuckian but came to Berea within the past year Ho is a worthy and industrious young man a valuable acquisition to the community and richly merits the splendid patronage he receives Be sides all kinds of shoo repair work and the handling of supplies Mr Wash burn is also agent for the Regal brand of shoos a firstclass S3GO ar ticle manufactured at Boston Mass J C BURNAM Tho harbor wo have always with us but the tonsorialdrlisl who under lauds his business is not such a plenteous article However in Mr J C Burnam whose parlor is located in Lester Hall on West Chestnut Avenue Borea has a barber who is quali Fred to meet all the demands made upon him Courteous agreeabloand accommodating to all it js a pleasure- to call at his place of business though you may not need his services and Lila prices are as low as the character Qf his work is high DALTON AND KINNARD Tradesmen born to the hammer are lossrs J A Dalton and H C Kin nard proprietors the popular and wellappointed blacksmith shop on Main Street Their motto is firstclass work at popular prices and tho character of their work is such that thoso who patronize them onco soldom go elsewhere for a job afterwards Both were born to the trade and inherit the skill which is the secret of their ro markablo success in business Mr Dalton has seven uncles who are blacksmiths his grandfather was a blacksmith and his father a wagon maker Ho began work in a shop be fore he hadattained his majority and has followed the trade exclusively for almost a quarter of a century At the amo time Mr Kinnard is none the less a blacksmith by nature as ho was practically raised at the handle of a bellows His father was a blacksmith and the sonlinsbeon in a shop since ho was a boy and whilo the good natured smith is liable to insist that that Limo is not so awfully distant still a lousoful of boys and girls gives him sway Considering that these gen lomeu have combined natural talent with years of practical experience there is after all nothing straugo bout their success It couldnot lave been olherwiso T1IE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON IX FIRST QUARTER INTEr- NATIONAL SERIES MARCH 2 Text of rho tCNNUSI tcla ill ra III vlll a M tnurr Vrrnrx nil tillvoid- en real Mult v IICnllllllrlllnry Irriuirc II Hrv U34 Slinrim Copyright 1KJ by Ararrlrtn fnt AHodillon GL 55 nut ho being full of the Ho Ghost looked nji steadfastly Into hoar en With great power cud oldness ht Inn filled with the Spirit Htcphpu ithevpoktii truth stud like Peter had lie cusoil the council of lielut the murderer ot Jesus Christ They were ao cut tu tl heart that they were filled with fury au Eua hed their teeth at him How sup- gestlve was their conduct ot the l11Ilto which they were Jourueylui where then li weeping and gunxhlni of teeth lIot ngalnst others so witch an because of their own torment Matt sill 42 V sill 13 50 tad said Itchold I srolhe hom ens opened and the Sou of Man 8tandln on the right hand of God Thus Is ow of the MVcit tljue 8 thnt wo flat the phraal iu Scripture heaven opoueil Hie pas BOCPS ore Hxpk Matt Ill 10 Jobu 51 tots vii fit x U Itev iv xh 11 and they well repay a taroful study for the Lord Jous Is ahrnyn the clntrnl pcr qn and time more we look Into hcavri the pore heavenly we Itccome and timers no much room for Improvement In that direction 57 58 Then they cried oat with loud voice and stopped their nnoilil Ian ttpou hint with ont accord This the Brat of the four one zircons ut Slit devils followers Iu this book of the Ito the others helng xII Oi xvtll J xix The niiuilHr four siiRRi ts the tour cur ners of the earth Iltev vii IK or tin whole earth nnd reminds us that tin whole world lleth ID the wicked one tJ John v 10 It V nod the wteksdnor will never cease Ills hatred of Sod or of the people of God Ve ore wee when we strap cur IIIM as David slid and refiii to hear tilt tnUrhlerous things that ivi IHHpIe speak rds xxxvill 12 13 bit hi stop ones ears from hearlni the thlniu of Goal Is truly the dwells work Itifu Ine the truth they were bellrvine u Ile II Thess II 10 11 and believing thr Jesus of Nazareth was ni Impostor they Judged Stephen to Uo guilty of Ota plieiuy and In stoulns hnn thought they were obeying their law 10v xxU 101 while they tlicmselves were before Cal the blnxplieirors and time guilty uutwi but titer were blinded by the Rod of thus world III Cor Iv 3 4 Thl U our tint Introduction to the young man namitl Saul unless as some think be time same young man who wont away from Jeans one day sorrowfully because he loved his possessions K Lord Jesus receive ray spirit Thus cald Stephen as they wore stoning him to death for he knew whom he lot tiered and saw Him even before be went out to be wth Him When our Lord Himself was dying III teak Father Into Thine hands I commend My spirit And similar words came front David by the samu spirit lung before iluki xxlll 40 Ps xxxl 0 for he also could truly say I trusted In Till 0 Lord My times are In Thy hand iln xxxl II 15 These dying wards of Stephen and of the Lord Jesus glee no encournccment to the belief that between death and resurrection the spirit is asleep and un conscious If any are not fully persuaded concerning the life and bliss of time believer apart from the body lot them read and bvllova Luke xvi 22 xxlll 43 II Cor v 8 Phil I 21 23 Rev vl 011 CO Lord lay not this sin to their charge Like his adorable lord and Master he prayed for his murderers Luke xxllt In Pur Instructions arc Lovo your enemies bless them that curse you do good to them that hate you and pray for sheet which despitefully use you and persecute you Slatt v 41 And while this is Iraposulblu to time natu rill Ulan It any man be In Christ he Is new creature born from above n temple of the Italy Spirit a mansion In which the Father and the Sun have corm to dwell III Cor r 17 I Cor vl 10 20 John xlv 22 and Christ in tin can do what He did when here on earth lu the body prepared for Hint It Is our privi lege to yield fully to Him and tale as our motto Sot I but Christ Oal II 20 vlil 1 And Saul was consenting unti his death Hear his own account of that he said to the Lord Jesus long afterward And I said Lord they know that I Imprisoned and beat In every synagogue them that believed ou Thee and when the blood of Thy martyr Stephen was shed I also was standing by nail con seating unto his dentil and kept the rill melit of thorn that slew him Acts xxII 10 201 IJefcTe Agrlppa he said I verily thought with myself that I ought to do many timings contrary to the name of Jesus of N zareth which timing I also lid lu Jerusalem Acts xxvl I10 And then he went on to tell how not only In Jerusalem but In other cities being ex ceedingly mall against time saints ho was the means or their Imprisonment punish went and death Our lesson tells of the greatness of the persecution In Jerusalem after the death of Stephen und how all the believers except the apostles were scattered through dudica und Gamarla The Lords command was to go Into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature To bo IJIs witnesses unto the uttermost parts of the earth Mark xvi 15 Acts H but up to this time they seem to have confined their testimony to Jerusalem and it required a persecution to scatter them that they might obey Ilia command Thus lIe tnuketh the wrath at man to praise Him and restrains what He does not see fit to use Ps Ixxvl 10 2 And devout men carried Stephen to his burial and made great lamentation over him Well they did riot bury Stephen but they buried all that was left of him on earth the house In which he had sojourned Stephen him self was absent from the body present with the Lord but Ills body was asleep even as Jesus had said of Lazarus when peaking of his sheath Our friend Laza rOil uleepetb John xl 1114 Them was no occasion to lament for Stephen for to him It was a great gain but It refined that the church could lit afford to lose such a witness We gtlll think when the faithful witnesses are called home that It Is strange when there seems to be such great need of them here and there ire seemingly so few but we must re member that time work Is Ills who In undisturbed majesty Is at Gods right hand NNHMLNNN NNH1 tN THE HO- MEfNflNOME PRACTICAL HINTS CONCERNING WASHING COLORED CLOTHES There was never n time when ying haunts percales mud other wash good could bo had in such pretty slmdci and aristic designs as at present There is something neat nod attract ivo about a clean cotton gown u matter how plainly it is made if it III nicely nlullrcdnUtl they are sc cheap that every woman may have n number of thorn Childrens dresses aprons and other articles that pals t be consigned to tho wiiHhlub nftei wearing a few days trust ho carefull handled if you wish them to look fresh anti unfadcd Colored clothes should never bt soaked before washing have plenty of clean water softened by dissolving n little borax in it and healed to tho proper tenixrature UHO enough good laundry soap to get them clean Strong chemicals are deatruclivo to delicate colors anti are not needed when borax is used When they are clean riust in clear water Prepare your starch by stirring half ji cupful of lump starch into a cup of cold wa ter until smooth then pour boiling water over it until it is the projwr consistency Many housekeepers pre for flour Htarchaud if properly made itis verygood lor colored clothes and has the advantage of keeping them stiff longer Add n little bluing and dip each placo init swing that parts 1Il11tlllltlstiffening are thoroughly saturated with it The cold starch for the collars and cuffs of shirt waists lint other article that need to bo very slit is used later Hang them where they will dry quickly in filet every part of the process should bo ncconi jished as quickly as possible for letting titus garments lie damp several tours makes the colors ruu When they are dry bring thom In as the wind will soon whip tho starch out K J C hunt Hulls Make a biscuit dough after any approved recipo roll until onohalf inch thick spread with inely chopped boiled linn aud roll us for jelly cnko Cut slices two anti iivlmlf iuches wide and bako in a tiick oven AN OPEN LETTER TO THE READERS AND SUBSCRIBERS OF THE CITIZEN From the 12th of September 000 the dato of lime first isstio of Tjtic JITIZFN under my management up to tbo present I have had n direct bind less interest in this newspaper On Vednoflday Feb 5 1902 Berea Col ego sold to me tho weekly news taper published for moro than ears past under the namo of TilE ITIZEN This sale includes the sub criptiou list anti goodwill of said JITIZEN together with tho files books and papers desk and ofliie furniture The words within quotation marks in the proceeding rngrapbBro taken orbalim front the bill of sale mado to and held by me Tho policy of TilE Curtis will bo tho same as heretofore it will bo do voted to the interests of tho home arm and school its mission is to ring nothing but good to all Thanking you for past support anti olying upon you for patronage and help for tho future I am Faithfully your servant John Dodwell Publisher and Editor u sulk A Illrli Flail I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous obllity writes F J Green of Lun aster N IIoremedy helped mo until I began using Electric Bitters which did me more good than all tho medicines lover used They have also kept my wifo in excellent health Cor years She says Electric Bitters are just splendid for female troubles that they are n grand tonic anti in igorator for weak run down women No other medicine can tako its placo in our family Try thom Only fXc atiflfa tion guaranteed by all drug tores WII Promptly obtadu U a and orelgn end model sketch or photo ol free on patentability For Irre nfoii lalentll How to andTRADEMARKS IsTHE SCHOOL NIJ MERIT WtNS If I had had his opportunity could have Biircecdvd is a very commoi remark among persons who have fail ed to rise Tho remark imps not gleam of truth in it I nm Hpeakiiif hero of true success It cannot be denied that Uiauy competent and unworthy persons bar 0 been placed in positions far ahoy their deserts and capabilities but please take notice those persoim did uotriflOIIUClClll Thoro is no analogy between being placed in high position and rifling to high position No man truly succeeds unless he merits success commend to you tho allowing as true to life A business firm once employed a young man whoso energy anti grasp of affairs soon led the management to iromoto him over a faithful and trust ed employer says a writer in lb Popular Science Monthly Time old clerk felt deeply hurt that thin young or man should be promoted oovr him and complained to tho manager Fooling that this was n case that could not bo argued tint manager asked tho old clerk what was tho oc casion of all tints noise in front of their building The clerk wont forward and return wl with the answer that it was a lot o wagons going hr- TIllIllllllluger thou naked what they wore loaded with and again till clerk went out and returned reporting that they were loaded with wheat Tins manager then sent him to ascertain how runny wngnnn timers were and ho returned with tho answer that tlioru wore sixteen Finally ho was sent to sue wiser they were from nnd ho returned saying they wero from thpcitT of Lucena The manager then naked the clerk to 1m seated and peril for tho young man anti sold to him Will yoU see what is the meaning of that rumbling noise iu front The young man replied Sixteen wagons loaded with wheat Twenty more will pass tomorrow They belong to Komeo QCoof Luconu and art ou their way Lo Marchesa whore wheat is bringing Duo dollar and n quarter a bushel for hauling After time young man had loft tin o manager turning to tine old clerk said My friend you set now why tho younger mau was promoted over you Selected r BUY AND BUILDTreasuror Oaborno has several flats building lots in different parts of the town for 1IInlo chi ap to persons who desire to build and Make a homo in Duron NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN IIITHE FARM- LNNNNNNNNINNINHINNN I A WORD ABOUT MANURES Ono ton of nmmiro was accurately weighed anti thou left oxjxwwl to the wenthor for nix mouths Mnrch IJO la- n Sept th0 It wan then weighted again and found to have lout tCO per coat almost onehalf Its value when ofusix month 6LNl having boon wash od away and bleaches by time rains Quo more nxample Two tons of horse manure wore left out of doors hi n looso heap from April 2fi to Sept 22 Whun weighed again it amounted to 17110 Ibs or moro thou onehalf loss In only live niontliH Throe are not exceptional cell It in the name his Cory with every neglected manure pile Therefore the value of the manure which wo figured at 27110 lifter roughing it nix mouths would bo worth somewhere uoar SK15 Thee other ThJ6 which Inns bran enticed away in tho trip rivulets which run through the barnyard on rainy days would harts purchase n firstclass Shorthorn or Hereford hull calf or a now twohomo wagon There pro three general methods of oaring for mature iiamcdjn time or dur of their elllcioncy 1 Keeping the manure in covered manure sheds where time animals thoroughly tramp fit down and no heating can take ilaco Those sheds are not expensive 2 Spreading the tnanuro on the hold as rapidly ni made This ueceWitaUvi taking a load out oach day or ono every other day I Keeping limn mantiro in compact compost hoops PerhnpH wo will discus tho Unit method Homo other time The second moths in good and seven the ma Horn It saves valuable time also when the spring work is on It hue OliO or two drawbacks however In thutduring wet weather it is not wise and sometimes impossible to drivo on wet fields and secondly the manure spread over the ground prevents it from drying out In the spring as quickly as otherwise But them aro minor drawbacks stud if this is tho only mothod tho farmer can adopt it should bo adopted in spito of these obstacles To make time compost hoop placo tho manure in long heaps Hat on top wrpeiidicular at the aides and keep thoroughly trampod down It should Ira forked over occasionally and thflu packed again N A McCcxK Working Hour ltay There no rest for thmtft tireless lit tie workers Dr Kings Now LilorIills Millions pro always cur ing Torpid Liver Jaundice BIlious ness Fever and Ague Tinny banish Sick Headache tlrivo out Malaria Never or weaken Small taste nice work wonders Try them 2rtO at all drugstores RIPANSTho simplest icinody for indigestion constipation bllioiuueM anti the many ailments arming from n disordered stomach livor or boxvoln in milan Tubules They havo 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must bo soot through THE CITIZEN office jScud mommy by registered lottor or mouoy order t- oTHE CITIZEN BE3REA KY YOUNG MEN AND HUM HOW IDLERS SEEK TO AVOID THE WEARINESS OF THEIR EXISTENCE In nn ICTort tip LatIr from Klitinl Tlirr Uruilrn the Aillvc Ilraln Tlml MlKlit llnvp Mudc Tlielr MffAVorlU 11 vl HIT The Now York Evening Journal In a recent editorial says Tin purpose at this eilltorlnl In to KUKgcgt to our rcailer and cnpeclully to tliowi JOIIIIK men who tlrliil ID ex cess one of the leant under stood uf oxcesHlvu tlrlnliliu Many youiiK men rule themselves he eiuiMO their fathers hMO made money nail hams reed them from the neccs Hlty of work Hut these youtiK men have nut bees Reed from the enforced necessity of activity of the mind A jotinj man of an American millionaire Inherits with a vast for tune an nctlvif liraln The liruln strtiKKles to aMort Itself to perform Its unctloiiH It hud no definite tank to work out U wcnrlufl uf Its mn nlihlcxs activity old till unfortminte human lieljiif who might have ucconipllMhcd real work uxos tlie money that hnNlbeen left him to iliiuliii the liraln that mlKht have whlltI will find two At the JllIlIlu of their their talk In earnest their minds active their upec illation IntcrcMtliiK hut It U all talk all i eculatlon They tire of It Their minds sire KoliiR like the driving wliec front which the licit has slipped Gradually they culm- thcniiHlvcH stop tilt mouth activity mid MTtire till ycmlKtupld Inlct with time old of alcohol Many it man him been sort by smok- liiK sinus he him aimlessly watched hiss rings of smoke or dreamily iaze l at till end of a cigar when his mind tlwjhave betas ruined by alcohol which deaden the mind trlvlnc sifter aceoiit Iillnhmiiiit surd In the end dfxtroys the bntlnH capacity for real activity Tlierp are many thousand of young men In the rnltn States with large fortunes and with Rood brain Tliene young njen the cxitcnxlvc private apnrtmcntH at till IHiKiinlns dale Insane iiHvluin They till the cxpenxlvc boxes at tho theaters which appeal to what la mor bid and depraved The atom exttennlre tool the strong ent wlneK nod liquors fill them Among thpm tlicrc In a vast inrcent age of genuine ability There la hardly ono In ten hilt might do Kotnethlng worth while III the world If he could only thud n legitimate ambition satis fying outlet for that mental activity which now disturbs him and makes him drink that he may IK free front hit rest destroying promptings Some of these young men read this newsiMiiMT Todayu space will not be wflstcil If n few of them will decide to encourage their brains to devote their mental force to study or to legitimate activity of sonic kind and refuse to julet through lrlnk the one faculty which dlfitlnguhdicn them from ani mals BEER INJURIOUS TO LABOR Inlrrratlnir Ilralln uf nil Inquiry br for Kmprrur of Clrrinnny The Ilerlln corresixinilent of the San Iranclsco Chronicle not long ago sent the following to hits paper TIll emperor among a variety of new subjects engaging IsIs attention IH look big Into the relations of the icrmau Workmens productiveness and till use of liver during working hours Ills majestys Inquiries among cmployem and students of Koclal ipiestlons lull cate that ho regards the beer now drunk regularly on factory premises as appreciably detrimental to both ac curacy of workmanship and amount of productA Is on foot to exclude beer frosts the factories Several works have already educated their operatives to dispense with the morning anti after noon beer recesses It Is qulto common for a workman to drink ten pints of beer In till shops while the average Is nut much below a gallon per slay es pecially among moldors- An American firsts making electrical apparatus hero has kept records of tho work done before and since the prohi bition of beer The result Is an Increase of 10 per rent In product per man Part of the Increase Is due to the hue saved Tho theory of tho llrm Is that beer drinking In working hours makes a man physically and mentally inactive anti that consequently he Is less capa Lila of doing Ids best work especially toward the end of the day A Iliitlird of Intrntprrniior At the distribution of prizes at tho National French Society of Temper unto Dr Thlllbert speaking of tho ray ages of alcoholism In France mention ed that In a village of 1221 Inhabitants In Brittany there were eleven public houses Koch Inhabitant consumed monthly sixty pints of spirits and for tyseven raid a halt pints of wine elder or beer The result Is that tho births rate Is Matlouary per cent of the children die before they are twenty and sorely more than twelve valid con scripts are furnished every year A Clinnre Ior Arllnl For the best picture Illustrating tho evils of Intemperance the Belgian goy ernmpnt has offered a prize of 1000 francs An thin Tirlir I Dent What the children breathe Into their child otd the men und women will by and by maintain or become Hopkins SPRING TERM OF BEREA COLLEGE BEGINS WED NESDAY MARCH 12 1902 Edward Blake College StudentIIy Auth1rnIts Ills Ktrju Mtlcom KHk The CrutVUluu of IhUIn Strung Itolxrt Hiinlui Siren IMIS O i vrtuM isnin U K A Udranre IttUUilm Cu Utlcaya Two of the professors hush called on Edward since he hush been In eollegc hut melts time It had been to see him about matters connected with Ids stud less Professor Clark lived outside tin row of college professors houses on the campus front and 1dward hail wi far nut mot him at all except In the class room where at the beginning of the sophomore year he hush guile Into a di vision of the class In political economy In this division he was Just beginning to hear the lectures that hail provoked the anger of Mr Itankfn So fur as he knew Clark he respected him as the other students did Hut he seemed to- Ile a somewhat reserved nom and lock lag In sociability This fact made his present appear ance sill thin more astonishing to Kd ward Ho rose hastily and stammered out an Invitation to his visitor to take a sent I curve In to ask you to go over to till meeting tonight said the profess or as he took the sent offered hi- m1IIItho mcetlngr stammered Ed ward amazed at the Invitation Yes Sir Vail the evangelist Is do log n good work III till college He Is a very sensible straightforward Chris tian man mush the students ought to hear him as much as possible 11n quired about you from souse of the men and they sold you had heels out to till outings only once or twice So thought I would call and ask you to go with me- If the professor had conic Into the room und proiHiscd to Edward Ihnt they gxi down und sot fire to the chapel biilldlugIt Is doubtful If Kdward could have lieon more overwhelmed with as tonishment He hall never heard of a professor taking any such Interest In a students religious welfare That was not what the professors In college were for A vague but growing Idea began to dawn on Edwards mind that possi Lily the president hush been doing souse missionary work among the faculty And yet there were an evident sincerity and frankness about Professor Clarks Interest In him that were not assumed nor dictated by the desire of any one else I was Just iHglnnlng my evening study begun Edward slowly but as he spoke he rose and reached otter his lint Im sure this matter Is fully as Im portant as the studies replied the pro fessor quietly And that was all that was said by cither of them as they went out and stepped over to the asso ciation room In the chapel where the meetings wet being hid Edward was naturally silent and the professor seemed to be a little embarrassed by the unusual situation If his action had teem sine to any move on the part of the president there was at least no attempt on Clarks part to attempt more with Edward thus seemed possi the to do with him Somehow he knew that Kdward would not bits moved to nuke u Christian decision by argu tents or by much talking If he ever decided It would have to be because he saw clearly for himself that the only thing for nn educated man to do was to be a Christian When they went In the meeting hUll begun and the audience was singing Edward noticed the president and soy I cline fn to oak you to jo over to the tncctlntf tonyir nud the proJcsaorJ- oral of the teueliorn present The room was crowded und ho had dllllculty In llndlng a seat He finally wont down near the front When he was seated he noticed Froeda sitting with sonic of the girls from the hull Time evangelist was a wide awake businesslike mats who attracted Ed ward favorably Ho was not dressed ministerially and led no disagreeable or noticeable mannerisms He begun his talk In a plain straightforward fashion and gave the Impression which ho everywhere guru of sincerity and earnestness There was n wholesome good sense III his appeal to both the intellect stud tho emotions and Kdward found himself listening tint only with attention but with real and growing Interest Hut whets the evangelist hud finished his address and the audience had sung a hymn he announced that tile meeting was open for testimony and then Ed ward Itlake began to Indulge his pet habit of crltlclnii In ton minutes sill the good effect of the evangelists talk was dissipated from Edwards mind The president had said a few words very sensibly urging In u quiet but strung planner the points emphasized by Mr Vail Edward listened to huts with the respect that Will deeper In him every day Hut the very next per sots to rise was one of tIle students who was active In the association work but a very pour student In cluSsroom work Edward Indulged In a sneer us he con trusted the frequency with which Wheaton fulled to make a compared with Ills zeal fur rllIlulllluI Wheaton had an unfortunate so of going around th with u Bible under his urns mid Ed ward remembered that rill the time he was speaking It did not count any with Edward that what Wheaton was saying wits true and It slid not occur to him to give him credit for being sin cere even It he was a poor student It was almost a crime In Edwards eyes that a student should have a reputa tion for being pious und at the saute time be so poor a student that neither professors nor scholars could respect his Intellectual life He could not help despising a type of Christianity which was so zealous fur Christian character and Indifferent to physical and met tal power As slue utter mother of the students and professors made brief talks or of fuel prayer Kdward grew more and more critical He began to compare his own righteousness with that of the different speakers That one now was a hypocrite and he talkllllI him do questionable things amination That one praying slow was mean and stingy and selfish In his re lations to the other students This one was unpopular on account of tibia greeable mimncrlsm awl so on It was unfortunate for Edward that the principal speakers that evening were students who in ono way und an other fuller to win his respect And yet Edward make are you any better yourself us you sit and sneer at others stud complacently review your own righteousness How ouch Christianity Is there In that Do you really he llVe you are making a butter world by sitting outside time universal struggle tltidlng fault with those who at least have humbly been wilting to lie clare their dependence on a saving power outside of themselves tad who are you strung In your toasted moral Ivy to take for granted that these then who are talking and praying here tonight do not have their Inward struggles after time better life It Is trot an exaggeration to say that Edward left the meeting that night farther away from the personal Chris tian life than ever He had set the liar rler of Ills self righteousness against the appeal of the evangelist to let the spirit of truth have Its way regardless of what other souls might do and as a result he went away not only Indiffer ent but hardened and established In his moral standard Frccda came out at the door just as Edwanl was going down the chapel steps and they walked over to the la dies hall together She had not seen Edward In the meeting and was somewhat surprised that he hind come There was no ques tints however that she was glad I thought you were too busy with your debate to come she sold refer ring to a little talk they had had at noon chapel whets Edward lad men untied how very busy he was prepar lug for tho coming contest I didnt expect to he answered shortly Did you enjoy the meeting Ned Frwtlu ked somewhat timidly No I cant hear Wheaton or Joynos Freedu was silent n moment Hut Mr Vail and the president spoke well The meeting was helpful on the whole dont you think Edward did not answer They had Just cone to the steps of the hall and stopped a minute there Quite It number of the girls sire liter ested I think Miss Field mid Ida will Join time church next communion Ida was Freedus roommate and Miss Field was a senior whd had lit come much Interested In Frecda and was n good friend of both of the girls In the lower class A group of the girls went up the steps Into the hall and left Freeda and Edward alone Freeda hesitated and thou said simply I wish you would join time church Ned Mother would be glad She said In her lust letter to me that It never seemed right that she and should belong and you not be a member I shall never belong to a church un less I can be better than most church members I know said Edward uu consciously letting Freeda Into the se Bret of his self righteousness Do you mean mother and me ask ed Frecda with a smite At the same loin she could not help feeling that It was useless to argue with him Mother and you are exceptions I dont believe In making professions and not living up to them This time It was Freeda who was sl lent as Edward turned to go back to his room As he moved away she ask ed him something about the debate Im working hard at It So Is Wil son on the other side lint Im going to do my best to beat him He paused find then added I hind a letter from Willis tonight that I think I can use to good effect How Is he Freeda asked simply as tiny ono might inquire sifter any chance acquaintance He says hes all right Ills mother says hos drinking again Edward add ed and then without being able to give any reason for It he sold Willis wished to bo remeusit red to you There was joist a moments silence then Frecda chilled out to Edward who had started on again When you write to him give him my beat wishes and r tell him I hope he will let the drink aloneIve already written him replied Edward as he walked along and he wills uncertain whether Freeda heard him or slot When he went up Into his room It was quite late but he sat down and worked at Ills debate until midnight He went over every sentence with painstaking slowness and care When lie had added that part of Willis letter which described the death of the Filipi no mother and her baby he eould not help feeling that he hud a titling ellI max to the argument Ior a piece of work done by a young college man ItI was really good Ills training on time paler was proving of great value to him and he was profiting by It to do creditable work as a writer lie had a feeling of exultation us he laid his manuscript down and got up to walk back and forth nn his custom was to work off the mental excitement before ho went to bed He felt more and snore confident that he could beat Wilson even If Wilson did have the popular side of the question If till Judges are not prejudiced by their partisan feelings I think I shall win he said several times as he con lulled Ids short pacing of the room ills mind was full of the subject mat ter of the debate and he was very wide awake And still as he continued his walk other subjects obtruded on his thoughts His mind began to call up again Pro fessor Clarks unexpected call mid the probable motives that led to It Then he wrist over again till Incidents of the meeting He could see the evangelist with Isis strong easiest sensible face pleading with the students for a run sonable acceptance of Christian life on Its own merits regardless of other peo isles Interpretation of It either on doc- trIne or In dally practice Then the picture of the president rose very ills tinct his noble frank plea seconding the evangelists and then Wheaton and Jayuos and several others giving testimony and his own critical attitude toward It all The talk over to the hall with Freedu brought up the reference to Willis anti raised In his mind the disagreeable question of Freedas pus sible Interest In him although the darkness concealed Freedas face when she spoke and he had never de tected anything but ordinary Interest on her part for his chum Theta at last he ensue back again to the debate and that was his last thought before he went to sleep The contest wus called for two weeks from Friday night of that week and his last waking thought was a vivid picture of the appearance of the big chapel room on the night of the annual debate It was an Indication of the way he had put from him the religious question that not even the remarkable fact of the presidents and professors appeal had any real ponce In his mliid by the side of the approaching debate which now absorbed him with an Intensity that even he himself did riot realize How much depended on the result he did not know It Is not easy to tell ei ther ourselves or others the meaning of all the experiences that become not on ly a part of our Interest In life but al so the determining factors In our choice of those habits which make the real character what it finally becomes There were two Sundays between this evening when Willis letter and Professor Clarks visit had been events for Edward and the night of the great debate And when the first one came Edward was tempted to do a thing he had so tar not done In his college course He was putting a vast amount of time this of thought Into his debate The work he was doing In addition to his paper route lead Increased until now every spare moment of the day seemed to be tilled with something and he thought his regular studies began to suffer He was very ambitious for classroom honors and hail so far prided himself ou first rate work One day he fulled In a recitation Inn rattler humiliating fashion Next day he repeated the experience wltl Professor Clark and to his char in Wheaton happened to know just tL thing Edward had missed So when Sunday curve Edward pullet his books down In the afternoon and began to study He lad been to church In the morning and expected to go again In time evening Ills old habits lu which hs mother had trained him were still strong stud In fact he had prided himself on the way he had kept his Sundays since leaving house Hut he excused himself now by say lug that he needed the time that Sun dug afforded to get caught up In his studies lIe studied for nearly two hours a liking good headway and counting the tins he was saving as good to put Into Ills debate At the end of two hours he went out fur n walk with one of the boys In the hall who had dropped In rather suddenly Edward felt a little confused to beI caught with his books open ou Isis tai bit as Ills visitor came In So youve come to It all right eh asked Iadd as be helped himself to nn apple lying on Edwards table Im awfully busy Jut 1I0wsald Edward n little clumsilyII found It out long ago said Ladd carelessly I never eau get my Monday work done unless put III an hour every Sunday especially when theres anything going on Saturdays- Do many of time fellows study on Sunday asked Edward us he put on lids lint and overcoat lie really did not know iJidd was a junior and had a much larger acquaintance- Do they Morcthau throQfourths I should say Oh yes Its the regular thing Sundays a haul day to get through dont you think We cant read the papers all the time and theres a limit to church Edward was silent He was not yet In a position where he felt like arguing for the Sunday study or trying to de fend It At tho same time ho began to Justify It on the score of necessity anti whets the week was gone ami miother Sunday came he found It luueh easier to silence any scruples he stay hate had before He even picked up iit of his books In the morning Defame undue down to church and In the aftiuomi when he took the books down nuiin In1 teemed to he relieved to think Unit one of the studies had been got out uf tin way In tilt morning When evening came ht went over to 1JtIt TO BE CONTINUED Par Stomach Troulilm I have taken a great many differ ent medicines for stomach trouble and constipation says Mrs S Geigor of Dunkertmi Iowa but never had as goodresults from any na fromChatn berlains Stomach l Liver Tablets For sale by S E WELCH JK When you lack energy do not rel ish your food feel dull and stupid after eating nit you need is n dose of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tab lets They will make you fool liko new man and givo you an oppctito like n bear For sale by S B WBLCH JR Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Persons who tmard themselves can upend as much or little an they choose on living expense Itpayito have a little extra money fonlert lire books an l other tilue nut tjto nooarjr expennci are name u follows To pay the tint day LADIN IIALI HALL School tIncidental Fee t fio W 60 Ex Hospital foe ttenxt II shout I 2 Ueneral DtpO tt I 00 00 Room stove tehloeto2 ti 260 full end Oil 3 ro z W Rent of Laundry III Flnt Month HoArd a 611 LiTlpg m7x5 itennpenesBeginning Mo Board 0 00 6 BcKlnnlnifS Mo Board Ion t 7t 5J7 lOcnl Delimit returned 00 100 Total Kxpeinr Work 8773 87 73 For there below Urammar deduct the 12 lor book and ft from Incidental fee making the totalolllyU15 When lour girl room together each saves on room and tl or more on fuel making the total only V2t7B If classed below Grammar Fuel to co rent more In Winter and 60 rents leu In Spring term Two rooms for honiekcei tug with stoves etc can usually be rented for from illo6 term The price of n big calf little tuiibnrk or a few bome pan bedcover will given terns of action which will clinngn ones whole life for the better Night Wal HerTerrnr I would cough nearly all nightlong writes Mrs Chas Applegnte of Alexandria Indand could hanl ly get any sleep I hadconsumption so bad that if t walked a block I 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 53 pounds Its absolutely guaranteed to cure Coughs Colds La Grippe Bronchitis and nil Throat and Lung Troubles Price f0c and 100 Trial bottles free at all drugstores LOUISVILLEHENDERSON ST LOUIS RY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS SlITW1- EYLouisville and Ste Louis Parlor Cars on Day Trains Pullman Buffet Sleepers on Night Trains For rates and further Information uldreu L J IRWIN a p Louisvuu KV i 4 THE CITIZEN u L iN PaysvHETIIER YOU LIVE OR DIE I The best proposition in lifo iuBiiranco that combines also tho INVESTMENT feature is tho three per cent Gold Endow wont Bond o- fMutual Life Insurance Company of KentuckyIt particularly to mon of liberal incomes and a spendthrift habits to provide against tho time of want which may come to themselves before death or their fatuities after Como and see us I J C IIIICK Jr Special Aget Stall Hunk mill Trust Mlile I IlinioiMl Kjr W II IOUTKU Il lrlt Itnerrn Hanking Cniiiiiiiiy llrriM Kjr 4BUY THE r j N 1 Ibffi Jl E SEWING MACHINE not bo deceived those who ad 1Do a 6000 Sewing Muchlno for 2000 This kind of a cau e bought from us or any ofour from 1500 toe1800 WC MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tho Feed determines tho strength or weakness of t Double Feed combined with other strong points makes the New Home the bet Sewing Machine to bu- yWrilelorCIBCUURSSSJ we inunudcturooud prices before purcUnalng THE NEW HOME SEWING HAUHIRE 60 ORAMQt M- AteUnlonSqNYChleagoIIIAtlantaGa 51 LouUMo Darla Texan KroneUoo k FOR SALE BY SISCO CO IlcboIasTlUa Ky THE MARKETS poRTED BT 0 NORMAN 3 CO CINC1C Feb IS CATTLE Common 3C Butchers 560 II Shippers 58i CALVES Choice 2351 700 i Large 400 Hoob Common 590 Fair good light 5SK Packing 630 SHEEP Good to choice 660 Common to fair 560I 500 LAMBS Good to choice 615 Common to 565 WHEAT No 2 Red 91 UonN No 2 mixed New Gi 11 OATSNo 2 II 4GJ 47 RENo 21 35 66 FLOOR Winter patent 390 415 fancy365 375 Family 810 335 MILL FEED 1800 2100 HAYNo1 Timothy l2ro 1360 No2 11501 1175 No1 Cloverl0fO 41075 No2II 850 900 POULTRY Fryers 13 Heavy lions 9 Roosters 5 Turkey hens 11 f Toms Turkeys 9 Duckfl 10 FoosFreshnearby 30 Goose HIDES Wot salted 7J No 1 dry salt 6I 10 i Bull 6l I Sheep skins 50 TALLOW Prime city 6 61 Country 6 0 WOOL Unwashed medium combing 17 18 Washed long 22 23 Tub washed 22 23 FUATIIEKS Geeso now nearly white 44 to 88 t 42 Duck colored to white 28 J 35 Chickon white no quills 18 Turkey body dry 12 15 I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for a number of years and have no hesitancy in saying that it is the best remedy for coughs colds and croup I have ever used in my family I have not words to express my con fidence in this Remedy MRS J A MOOBE North Star Mich For Bal- ebyE SWaLcn JB t t rLOCAL NNNINNNNNMNNNINNN AND PERSONAL lNMINNNMN N1NINNNNM N N IN111N The Kindergarten closed on Friday lastThe heat piece of walk in Berea IR that which leads to the Tabernacle Mrs Howard M Jones goes to Tlx legion this week to address tho Woi anfl Club Thero is prospect of n students ox cursion to Cincinnati early in tbo Spring Term Several town boys who wore ill mischief Sunday night were iiabbed by tho marshal- Edwin S Pee came in Saturday on a visit to his sister Mrs Laura Fee Embree nnd loft for his home in Indiana on Tuesday The Berea Glee Club was prevontc l by rain and bad weather from mling their Wallacotou and Scaffold Cat engagementsThe on tho College Chapel in companies represented by Mr Robert Burimrn of Richmond is already being paid in I L Steiufold representative of Drs R G Goldstein Optic Spe cialists of Louisville is at the Contra Hotel for a few days Mr J C Cady President of the National Federation of churchc which met in Washington last weol is a Trustee of Berea College Foa SALEUay mare fi years old one horse one mule Jersey tOW amI two short yearlings M K PASCO BereaDr Jonos was absent from his otlic tho past week waiting on his uncle ut Silver Creek who is ill TIm Doctor came back to his office today Good fences make good neighbors keep up your cattle and swine Th town and the marshal are getting quite a revenue from hog fines Professors Marsh and Carnahau go to Chicago this week to attend th National Gathering of School Superintendents now in session in that city Mrs M IC Pasco is at tho home of her daughter Mrs Dr Gould of Huntloy Ill Mrs Gould has been seriously ill but is recovering slowly Harley M Racer left Monday for Toronto Canada where ho goes lelegate to tho Worlds Y M C A Students Volunteer Missionary Con ention Sunday morning services nt the second Church will be conducted by Jr C A Van Winkle Subject of sermon Giving A missionary collection will be taken Miss Sarah M Soulo formerly Lady Principal at Berea young ladies tWr aitory at Syracuse University Syracuse N Y sends greetings from here to her Boron friends Miss Woolson from Pratt Institute who takes Miss Almys place as instructor in cooking arrived Tuesday Miss AIm vs illness is a great grief to- hor friends We hope she may resume her work next fall H W Bonda former student at terea now living in Williamsburgh- Ky writes I have just received the deal Shakespeare 1 am well pleased with it1 See our club with the hakespeare elsewhere ED CIT One man at least has found out that it does not pay to try to sell whiskey in and around Boron Ed West ol Richmond was tried beforo Esq J 4Gay in Boroa last Saturday on the charge of liquor selling ho was convicted and fined The fine and costs mounted to 1480 Now let tho Rev enue man get after him Tho Glade district is decidely an unhealthy reo gion for such low Dung business as liquor peddling Tho protracted meeting at the Baptist church conducted by Bro Compton was n glorious success The way had been prepared by tho thorough wIJrk of Bro Buswell in the Chapel and Bro Compton with his immense cdily vigor and sympathetic voice reached many hearts Some sixtysix persons were baptized last Sunday for membership in this church We shall hopo that this mooting will long hear fruit among us in honoat and upright lives and in goodwill among neighbors Little Pauline daughter of Mr and- Mrs T J Oaborno who more than oleol1 weeks ago had a slight attack of scarlet fevor is yet in a very low mditiou of health As thefovor loft heron old trouble of two years ago heart disease made its appearance and the child has suffered intensely at times She is wonderfully patient and bright in hor affliction There is practically no prospect of ultimate recoverystill we are glad to know that now she is lifering far less than at any timo or- h8r illness a Ar 7wGCtT IR7er at3 7 NNNMNNIINNNIINNININNNN CORRESPONDENCE ilfOWSLEY COUNTYB- OONEVILLE f Lizzio Cawood daughter of V m Cawood is very sick at present Tbo child of John Youngs was burned to death on last Sunday Miss Lou Absbear has just returns from u few days visit at Mrs Bllen BrandenburghsBrother is planning to build nu addition to tho parsonage at Son Booueville Carry Gilbert is absent fromlilhool this week on account of illness Charley Breeding who is attendii school at Boron visjttd his parents n few days ago Mrs Herd of this place has move to tho property of Bruce Woodwar on Main street Potter Wilson of Jackson count has recently moved to tho property vacated by Mrs Herd Nuel and Dun Brewer charged with killing George Scott had their uxai iniug trial last week at this week ami were bound in a bond of 8000 for their appearance at next Circuit CourtGreen Breeding of Leo count made a short visit at his fathers homo Ot this place this 1veo- kROCKCASTLE COUNTY SCAFFOLD CANE John Hamilton spout u tow days in Lexington and HichmouU this week Eli Bulleu one of our best young men has joined his uncle in Dallas Texas lIe has secured a position In hill uncles store We are sorry to 10lle Eli from our neighborhood Geo Owen and Mr Cud See bit ed relatives iu Burt this week Iter Perry Smith prtMibhed u ory able sermon hero lust Sunday at till Old Scaffold Cone Churuh Mrs Sarah Stephens is on the 6iok list this week Dr Lewis is the happy poi usso of a little baby daughter brn Fol 19 1902 Sam Mason of Berea spent Wlocl icsday night with Frank Joss JIll md just returuwl from Pulaaki oouu tv where he hUll bought a fine drov ofcatllo Sam is a trader Put Gadd tins moved from Mss rooks farm to Will Linvi ls Mi Bob Cook moved into tie house ui gated by Mr Gadd Will Azbill spent Sunday nigh with his brotherinlaw Frank JOUOH Miss Sis Gadd spent Saturday anti Sunday with her parents here DiSPUTANTA There is nothing but mud in this ountry now There was preaching at tho Baptis church at East Scaffold Cano last Saturday and Sunday The residence of Pinkie Scott of Climax was burned Feb 21 loss bout WO- Sherml1n Swinford of this place visited W II Stephens of Scaffold Cnno last Sunday Mr W A Hammond nttondcH court at Mt Vernon last week J W Lambert of Boone spout n few hours with your corro8wndonl last Sunday morning Squire James Reynolds and family isited Mr and Mrs John Anglin last undayMrs Sallie Wood and children il- lited her parents Mr and Mrs K A ivinford last week Mr Will Ashillonl1l1ttle daughter Pearl of Clover Bottom passel through here Friday John Anglin nnd son William is- ited friends at Brush Creek lat week JACKSON COUNTY KIRBY KNOB The little son of John Durham it iproviug Dr Hurler nttending Tho Humes Manufacturing Co- havo brought their stave mill to this place to make staves Owsloy Powell Sous have a new- store at the top of Owsley Hill Rev Hogan preaches at tho drat church at this place tho third Sunday in March James Hatfield wont to Drip Rock on business Johnnie Baker leaves for Indiana in a few days Dr Daugherty is expected homo in a short time Miss Laura Hntiinld expects to ho- schoolat Berea next term Mina Jones is still quite ill Jas VanWiuklo has moved to MorrillHev Wm Powell hold services at- Sand Gap Sunday ROT Hacker boo- iug absont Mies Mary J Baker anti Lucy arsons passed through going and coming from Miss Bakers homo in nrrard James Durham was hone rr0ll11 Beroa a few days last week Little Flossio Click fell against a stove and burned liar hand rnthnr badly MADISON COUNTY FARRISTOWN MIKS Sullio Patton Is still sick Dan Cox was here Friday nnd SlitI urday soiling merchandise on the ill stall rant planv Miss Susie Martin entertained Mi Lucy Cornollson Saturday and Sunday Denton J L Francis of Richmot wits hero Sat unlay ninth Sunday prosporiugIa Mrs Lizzio B Reed who has hlooU ill for Homo weeks hums recovered 11111 is ablo to bo out Tho services held hero lust Sundi by Rev Wm Lodwick and Prof JV Diusmore of Berea woro well nttotr ed sad touch appreciated hyall Ri Lpdwiek preached in tho afternoon The service was short but very im prossivo Tho lectiiVo on tho Lila oC Christ by Prof Dinsmore was iu tructivo IIH well as interesting GARRARD COUNTY PAINT LICK Mrs M Wnlkerwns entertained hJ- III tmmlxir of her friends Sunday RUI W D Thompson filled hill ilitpu limo lest Sunday Ho is a faith rill worker 1loft1Itiny sail Sunday Mr Jnmcft Burnamof Burimi Puwn was hero lust week on a but less trip- Geo Allen and family of Carters rille left Monday for Oklahoma Jordan Buriuun of Klrksvilla nn Miss Donny of Point Lovol wor nnrriwl ut this paco last Thurfidn iveutng MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Joseph Jonlan is seriously ill ut hiB home on East Fourth Strwt The remains ot Mrs Lillio Bulk Robert Mr John Sanfords dough or were brought from Ctnuiunnl Sunday nnd Monday they wore inUii red in the Mnysvillo cemetery The roHtdonoo of Wm Striiwder 011 mast Sixth Street was burned down on Saturday ovouing Two small slit Iran wow looked up in the house Rt IItho time their mother being down tll lied It nut been for the kind ioss of neighbors they would no loubt have burned to death weroIOCCIIPJilig vas burned Tho seven weeks old infant of MM Emma Lee Lewis is sick with pneu loniu novoB Combs preached nf tin lothet Baptist church Sunday The Old Maids Convention will bo repeated by request nt tho Scott impel M E church Fridnyflvuniiifj larch 7 Tho Spinsters Return will bo rmidored Wednesday evening Mardi 19 at the same church Dont filii to give your attendance OUR COUNTY NEWS Monday is County Court day An unknown disease is killing nurses around Vulloy View Ben F Crooks of Richmond has hoen appointed deputy county survey or Richard Jones a well known citizen of Silver Creek was stricken by par lysis lust Monday The attack is very arious The people on the Barnes Mill pike to Round Hill anti then to Poouoy an ndonvorlng to secure rural postal olivory The route is twentytwt dies in extent- Suporiutendont Wngors has recoiv ed a simply of the Stale Superintend elltli bicnial report There is a copy roach district rind thoy can be so ircd by calling for them Tho Indies of Pattio A Clay Infirmary will give a coifrldny dinner Morn day in tho Garuett House ou Second St Richmond and on this day week hey will hold u rumuingo sale at the sum place Profits will go to the Iu rmaryT Baldwin n thrifty funnier I- Ifelf miles from Richmond funs ninety snubs following CO owes notwIth- standing the inclement weather we havo lord This is no luck but the roper result of good managoinonl Eu CIT The Adolphian Club an orgauizu tion to promote social intercourse among moral men and develop them aloug tho lino of public speaking was gnnized Monday night in the Chris tmu Church Richmond Meetings will bo held every Monday night hi- tho lecture room of the church There aro twontyono members 1 w1rG Every ono should ipouro till bountiful GroupIof Prince Henry and His Entire Family Which th- eSUNDAY INTEROCEAN is giving free with the issue of SUNDAY MARCH 2 J902 Order at once as the edition is limited AIII READER t Kvrry subsrriUr and ptirchu ii of Thi Sunday unit r Ocetfh March t will receive a souvenir group of Prmrc leery and Im entire family The picture will br a beautiful souvenir ot tits Inl1n tour of the United States and especially of his visit in Chicago when elaborate preparations are being made for his reception The group is artistically finished aud is one ot the most valutblii the nrt sup elements issued by the Inter Ocean The tlitmn will lu aped and therefore it behooves newinliiiU and ill othrrt who writ to nn this picture to order at once THE MOUNTAIN LITERARY SO CIETY Tln Htiutentu of Heron Cull t win oonio from tho ovural ootmtfes of UiiMtoru Kntitucky and who are rBllliI liurly known as Urn Mountain Boy aud Girls organised nt tine ojwinn of the Winter Torn a literary eMy uudurtho Ixndurahip of J D Oreccl of Owsley ootiuty Thw sooJoty start ed with u InrgeiurolliMiit iinorK t io aspiriuif young Inez ami wotne and ltd ptirpftto is to heoojna one If DM bet sad moot useful w4ties or tho Collog Tha tnemuerH of Ow MotmUiiR Lit entry Society have mwU nusrktlsit raiHWwnt in nil he fwtunw of pod literary society more jmrUeiilarly in oratorlml aloquaumi do elmrHClwwtJ of the mmiHlnioMra- Tho ollUwn nod UHNnl erti of th Mountain Literary Sooiely extend th glndhaud to wery ones but ltJ tOictUy to new student haUingfroMtthBiuotui Lain regiona of Appalachian Ainoric P M Fans President FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH At no limo in tho history of Bsres has the Baptist Church unit saute II largo nttuniiaoco as on last Smldn morning nail night Tho ooonalon wii im unusually largo number of saint ilatoii for baptism During tho late revival conducted by Evangelist Theo X Compton sixtynix ersons woro rocuivod fo baptism and forty by letter nut rein Lion making n total of ouo hundred nnd six new membera for the Ohurch Marry others professcxl faith in Chris who desired to unite with otho churches Certainly tho town wn never moved by nu evangelist all by Rev Compton Ibis visit to Borer marks now life smith spirit ovun outMldi of the Baptist ChuruhCcmtrlIJlltll FOR SALE A Fine opening for a- Live Sawmill Man Ono twenty 20 home Lane l Dod ley double sawmill origino and outfit in excellent condition and practically now with edger nud cutoff saws com Pluto The capacity of this mill la rom 8000 to 15000 feet a tiny Tin mull is ou Clear Crook Rockonstlt county and is set to n line body of timber of JJOOOOO to f XK10 foot Reason for wishing to 611118 poor health of the owners For price and tornis apply toll BLAZER t CO Conway Ky A llurrlliln iiitlirnib Of largo sores on my little dough tars head developed into a case of scald head writes C U Inbill of lorgunton Tenii but Buokleni Arnica Salve completely mired her Its a guaranteed cure for Eczema 1 ettor Sylt Rheum 1imploH Soroc Ulcers and Piles Only 25 coats at- nil drugstores YOUR POSTMASTER Is tho nuthori7ed agent for Tire CITIZEN Givo him FIFTY Cars and ho will send it to UH imd wo will HHUtl you Tim Neatest Cleanest Noway Nowsnaper you over rend fiftytwo tilnus one each week for n year POSTAGE STAMPS TAKEN The New WayI DRS RI and Gr GOLDSTEINOptic O- FLouisville Ky I L Staiofnldrunresemititig tine above firm of wet l known opticspo 8liHi4 of 1uUht Ky is now at the Control Hotel B JOH whero he will romnlu for n tew days only This firm has adapted fine Sew Way an profltioed now ir all large allies each louse is gnNiwi to eider Insuring IIP ou racy of cjrnK tiou not possible n tho old way Frames nlno are wltct od with n view of supplying Mich frames HB fit projKrly ninth Income nn ornnmont to the fncu Tho latent and most Improved uiotluxlnof testing tho eye Rio practical Iud nothing in loft undonn that will insuru tIll ltit re suits To all ontus of imp rffct vis Jon apt humliiclm caused thereby n perfect Hpectnola will give relief To oycd tired woak painful dimmed and blurred tlioy offer n htringtliiii tug rest and refunhment It in n feet now generally known nnd coundcd by mill opticians nUll physicians that ourtAtn M willml Eye iliapuiura of years gono by ns well mnur oases of chronic hcHdnohe nouialgia and matrons prostration aro duo to abnormal curvature of the eyoball or to an irregularity of tho refracting modlH In correcting tint imperfec tions of vision with glasses it is tho duty of tho optician to pay careful cOll81ructiol1lorThey should bo lmporlllUton anti made to fit firmly on the faro flthoviit piiuhiug or tnusing Irritation It U just mHessnry to have thu propor frame sad have it nccur ably fitted to the fnco as it is to have thin proper focus of tho lenses nnd snitch of the comfort derived from tho mo of spectacles nnd oyo glasses do lauds on the accurate ndjiiHtininit of the frames Examination free Office hours 10 A M to 3 P M CENTRAL HOTEL Berea ilr XVlicIrr nut Itlil of rib llhriiinnllllil During the winter of ISJH I wns luino in my joints in fact nil over ny body that I could hardly hobble around when 1 bought a hottlo of liiamberlainH Pain Palm From tho first application I began to get woll md was curette and have worked Steadily all the YOllrH WIIEELEH sorthwoodN Y For sale by S E1 VELCII Jn