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REV JOHN DODWULL Mgr An Independent Weekly With Htrpiir Stuff of Keillor n Cm Devoted to the Enlertd at the PlMloclItfflJ dna re maUmalttr ouilcnti Ay nt lid THE CITIZEN THE HOME Interests FARM of SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR VOL III A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH II 1902 Fifty cents a year Np 87 IDEAS Review of Reviews Hash A voinnn or a urnii dither without Boutlmont in H misfit While you aro looking for weeds In poor neighbors fold taros are growing in your own patch Perhaps tho most valuable orall education is tho ability tp mako your self do tho thing you spare to do wbo it ought to be done whether you like it or not HUXLKY e TAKE NOTICEI Tho Winter Term of Bores College cloeod Wednesday March 5 The Spring Term opens Wednesday Afar 12 Special classes will Ixi formed for preparing students for teacherst examinations FROM THE WIDE WORLD The Popo of Rome on Monday Jrd inst celebrated the 21th nnuiversarr of his coronation Tho United Status Minister A LcUhnmu has presented n note l tho Turkish Government reganlin- the capture of Miss Ellen Stono by brigands demanding tho puuMiment of the guilty parties Tho Govern meat iii replying repudiates res on nibility and denies nil liability IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Three hundred bills culling for on appropriation of 15000000 for stub lic buildings havo been introduced Sato Congress Threo federal jails will bo erected at cost of 10000 each ono at Mus kogoo ono at South McAloustor and the other at Ardmoro I T Tho storm of Friday evening didI much damagu to telegraph find tutu photo wires iu Cincinnati and suburbs Tho wind for n short time blew nt tho rate of 63 miles an hour Tim Soulhuatteru Gulf Stales Ivor seriously damaged by a storm Ina Thurmlay night The damage was widespread reaching from Alabama to Georgia Virginia North and South Carolina and Florida Now comes from Telluride Col of a snow slide at Liberty Bell Mine on a Smuggler Mountain last Friday in whichupwanls of 50 won lost their livesA train crow on tho Illinois Central Railroad stopped near Fulton Ivy last Monday and connected tot e phono with tho regular telegraph wire running to Chicago and carried on n conversation with Chief Operator Parsons of tho Illinois Central rood at Chicago The conversation was carried on over 400 miles of iron wire and every word was distinctly hoard by Mr Parsons in Chicago A telegraph mussago was successfully sent over the same jviro from to Chicago at the same time Parson- was conversing with tho crow COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tho Shnnnugo Development Com pony of Newcastle Pa has leased over 8000 acres of land in Nelson county and will begin boring for oil in a few days Charles Williams n well knowu hunter of tho Cumberland Mountains loll over n fiftyfoot cliff lon Elk horn Crook Friday and was instant 4ly killed The lower house has adopted tho Farris Semite blind tiger bill The bill which goes to tho Governor for his approval makes it unlawful for any person to soil lend give procure for or furnish to another in a local option district tiny liquor or to have in his possession any liquor and any person so offending shall bo fined not less than 550 nor morn than 100 and f imprisoned not loss than fifty days The possession of a United States special stamp tax shall bo prima fade ovideuco of guilt All shipments of quor to bo paid for C 0 D into any local option district shall bo doomed sales of such liquors at the place whore tho monoy is paid or the goods are delivered the carrier of name to bo jointly liable Any ono knowingly furnlllhh a houso or room wagon or= other conveyance for such unlawful sale shall be fined not less than UO nor morn than 100 Tho bill reduces tho amount of fines so as to givo in ferior courts jurisdiction of all local option cases rEDUCATION FOR THE MOUNTAINS CONFERENCE OFCOUNTYSU- PERINTENDENTS Borea has boon tho scono of n most notable gathering tho past week and ono which will deeply ailed the fu 1turu of tho mountain region At tho invitation of the Extension Department of heron College county superintendents from Eastern Ken tacky and Western Virginia havo been holding a conference upon tho educational conditions needs and prospects of tho mountain region Irgllllnibut tho attendance stretched from Lotchor county to Greenup and wo were favored by tho presenconUo M r John Lake oUbo State Young Mon Christian Association and Mr S 0 Stovnns business manager of SclioolJournul President Frosts address of wol ginuIhi for the Rerun Faculty and their guests to tho number of sixtyfive Bud very bright toasts Saturday was given to various parts of tho general subject blow tine itui erinteiilnl3 elm linjirovt tile tchoola There was a large and enthusiastic massmeeting in the Tab ernaclo at night with addresses from teachers who aro now attending Berea Colirgo horn roost of the counties of eastern Kentucky The closing PCS doe was on Atonday morning with addresses by Profs Carnahau and Marsh A largo number of the superintend ents wcro young mon with four years of service ahead of them while tho veterans wore ably represented by men likoSupt Johnson of Johnson county and Literal of Greenup county The chief matter of importance for bt an bo secured by n general agitation o f the matter among the patrons of tho froo schools an earlier beginning in July and exhibitions lint other at troche features in tho schools theta solves Tho resolutions adopted aru given in full Many words of wisdom noted by TUB CITIZEN will be found in our school column on page 2 Prof Dinsmoro Doau of the Normal De partment was tho efficient Chairman and Supt Ballard of Rockcastle was Secretary Pontornence ornaclo Prof J W Dinsmore presiding Prof Marsh who with Prof Carnahan attended the National Gathering of Sohool Superintendents andsgave an s on somo of tho work discussed by the Chicago convention particularly on central ization of schools in rural districts ho was followed by Prof Carnahuu in a live talk of ten minutes duration on somo of tho difficulties in mountain school districts At tho close of Prof Carnatmnti remarks President Frost spoke on Lifo in tho Moun talus Tho President emphasized the fact that tho speech of tho moun taineers is really n survival good old Shaksporean AngloSaxon nndI that strong effort enough to be made to keep alive mountain industries ballads and traditions The next business was tho introduction of roj olutions and tho following were 8ubmlltccl and unanimously adopted First That wo tho Superintend ent assembled tender our thanks toc tho President and Faculty of Beroa College and to the citizens of Boron for their hospitality in waking our conference and stay in BoreR both pleasant and prolltablojSecond That wo approve of tho plan undertaken and auspiciously begun by tho Extension Department of Beroa Collego in holding annual conferences with the school officers of this grunt Southern Mountain region bejioving such conferences to bo productive of much good to the great 11hhdTbatplan and aim of Boron College inI carrying and extending its influence into tho most renwlo parts of those Southern mountains thereby pro moting their educational advantages a Fourth That wo in conference assembled pledge ourselves to give our support in helping to extend this great work undertaken by Berna Col lego and call Upon tho County Super intendents throughout the mountain sections to enter upon n general campaign to increase the attendance at and the efficiency of tho public school Fifth That wo believe the most favorable time for conferences of this character to ba ou or about tho 10thI of May of each year Signed H M BriorK Chairman J M LITERAL GEO M JOHNSON Committee on Resolutions Tho adoption of these resolutions was followed by practical suggestions from each of thti superintendents pros ont Dr Burgess adding his voice urging that the school stand silo by silo with tine church for the uplifting of the world Tho conference adjourned with the benediction by President Frost IunADDRESS OF WELCOME This is an hour wo kayo longed to lieound you are tho men wo mare desired to welcome Wo wished to bring together a tow of the most enterprising and progressive of our county superintendents and sit down in council over the rent work inIwinch you and Borea Collage are ners the work of encouraging ing uplifting all tho people of tho mountain region And you uro hero Streams did dlS1tancuour firesides and our hearts And we aro fellow laborers in the great cause of tho mountain region Here are tho mountain ends of eight States all bunched together Hero Bro educational conditions quite different from the conditions which aro found elsowhoro Nero aro over two million peoplo whose grand fathers were rerolutiouarysoldieral uuder Washington people of good capacity and good character but peo plo who mare been so cut off from communication with tho outside word r of progress that they have dropped behind in education and in general prosperity Tho mountains contain many families of education and wealth but they contain far too many fern flies iu which there is noj enough of skillor thrift or intelligence or en terpriso They do not know of the good things which aro going forward in other parts of tho country they are not full sharers in tho privileges and blessings which ought to belong to all AmericanaAnd the mountains In all parts of tho world aro tho tmtururhoino of liberty and patriotic vigor Tho mountains are tho place above all others to raise not bluegrass cattle not raco horses nor prize vegetables but they are the place in which to raise nun Now who is to bring forth and do volop the talent and the glory of the mountain region It is we who aro hero today tho instructors iu this groat mountain college and the sup erintendents of the mountain schools If wo do not stir up the people to a greater interest je education and prog rose no ono else will or can do it If educalonuljrovlval another bund reel ycars while tine world moves on and loaves thorn farther and farther behind Nay more if you anti I do not put more skill more in telligence more enterprise into tho mountain boy ho will bo unable to hold his place Foreigners who have education which our mountain lad is missing will como in and manufac turo his lumber dig his coal cultivate his laud Dud push him altogether to sido Tints is the biggest question tint is before us How shall we make the mountain father appreciate cduca tion how shall wo mako the moun boy go to school Tho school is designed for all and needed by all needed most by the very ones who neglect it Tho school is supported by a Slate fund so that tho richer parts of the State really send money to help out tho poorer districts There is so much money for every child whether ho be richor poor white or black whether ho lives tine city of Lexington or on lIeU forcertnln crook is n trust fund sacred fund for the benefit of tine children and It Is tho business of you- suporlntondentll to seo that every child gets his full shore of this benefit Adtlreu of Welcome Continued im page 2 Dont Use V Spectacles Unless you need them and if you use them be suro they fit your need I will give thorough examination with the above instrument CIIAHQE which always indicatesthe correct glosses to use It you dont need glasses I will tell you s- oT A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Berea Ky nn ESTABLISHED 186- 3MADISON MONUMENTAL WORKS monuLite work of all kinds Prices governed by quality of ma terial Prices reasonable doneIJ T Hamilton Prop RICHMOND Ky MAIN bTltERT Ujipuilte lilinton Coal Yard 2VO FOR HANDMADE FANCY WOODWORK in hats sunbonnets fancy baskets of all descriptions napkin rings in all colors t Send your orders toojMISSES M tsp L GARTER BEREA KENTDCKT Price very atonable and all work This LifeByOr Kings For Now Discovery Consumption Coughs and Colds CuroNOgist will warrant IL CURESGripWhooping Cough Pnuuuionfo or an Throat and Lungs FREERegular 900Salary Men and women of good address to represent us same to twvcl appointing deems wrier lot local work titer our lulereat SUOO salary giiiinmtecd commllolIllnd xprn c rapid ncemeut old established house iramt chance lor earnest man or woman llbetA1ll1oomSTAFFORD IKKSS 21 Clinrrh St New haven Conn IEXptmlENCE ITRAce mono fanning AMelrri end aetlnttnn our qnlelilr j vrUn cur oni fto whether tnreutlnn pabablr pat eLt rnMeunea- tlnnatrtetI M dlfnil tl IIuIII1I1IIulI-nt free lltdet forNfitiriii rnmtaL teem Utcn stem Munn to rcatrep- ieta nMky wlthaut cbarge to Scientific Jltncricaii n handanntelr Illnstrated wwklr iJireett elr culatliin nf anr rrlentltlo journal Tonn t3a M eikBraII r Every Who manA HAT Should know that our store is the best place to make his next purchase r LargestMoro t iOur Styles the Newest Latest shapes direct from New York and Philadelphia Our Quality the Best II H Roelofs John B Stetson and other reliable brands Our Prices the Lowest We buy low for cash and sell for small profits illldCancyCOVINGTON BANKS Richmond Ky DR M E JONES Dentist MillineryStore Office DaysThursday Friday Saturday of each week MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Meat Mar ket on Main Street Fresh Meats Vegetablsint M B RAMSEY Berea Ky SrlnJ Notice to Our Renders This raper Is on file at the office of The obi man Utter Ocean 10GUXH1U Pat Monroe Street berourteourlyarqeted reeingthroughbofound every mechanical and scientific Im provement of the ape In connection with the ueeds of a great nCF pal r It li a rare treat to one Interfiled In the lubjcct and would be tnkeu adrantaco of Three Years in RichmondAnd sets of teeth that have been made at my office if there is ono set or any sets that show any defects I will make a new set froo We aro making tho best set of teeth in the world for 750 and if detects show in 3ve years we give a new slit tree This applies to all the teeth I have made or am going to make thebest alloy fills in tho world at 75 cents IDR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobsor Buildingnext door to Government Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond NationalBank Special Price to Students n r Fair Dealing Pays r And that is one reason our business is increasing Wo still you in a way to bring us your Future Trade and that of your ffriends For The Holidays New Rockers Ladies Desks Couches Dining and Bedroom Furniture and many attractive articles to mako the home comfortable Picture Framing Carpets Matting Rugs UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Night Ph qe7l6 JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky n HARNESS HARNESS THE LARGEST STOCK OF HARNESS Ever brought to Beroa Collar pads formerly sold for 40c our price 25c Everything else 1n proportion BICKNELL EARLY Berea Ky A Fire SaleJ NO BUT A SALE OF THE FINEST LINE OF LADIES Geuts Boots Shoes and Furnishings in Kentucky SPECIAL TO STUDENTS and Citizens of Berea yourChapelIow Inns had his burnt samples replaced with a finer line Sea his spring strlos They are just what you are looking for WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION can got our goods from Pojv at the sauio price wo charge in our store o Douglas Crutcher Richmond Ky 0 I THE CITIZEN AiMrci of Welcome Continued from page ButI have visited three schools in QUO day in which loss than bait tho children of the dishict were on rolled and less than one quarter in actual 1attentjufco Poor schoolhouse poor teacher negligent parents sleep superintendent I mot a young man in ono ot these districts carrying a gun Ho could giro me points on guns ho know nil about them Dut I wondered how mucli education ho had Can you write numbers 1 asked Reckon I can write scorn numbers ho replied cautiously He could rtad all numbers expressed bone or two figures When I wroti the date of 18911 ho said I dont guess 1 can toll that When I told him what it mount ho asked mo whei folks began to number the years That young man married at sovouteei and became preacher soon after Wi pity the family of which he is tho head and the churchof which ho is tho pastor But there aro such youtij men in all our counties and there wil be more and more of them unless we can put greater vigor into our fret schools Ob I am glad wo are here to tall over these matters I predict that this will be a notable memorable gather ing This is not a very largo assem bly but there aro enough of us hero to set the hull rolling There won only a few men at tho fight at Con cord but it started tho American rev olution Tho groat Emerson wrote about that little fight ly the rude bridge that nrclicri the flood Tbcirlldi to Aprils breeze unfurled Here once too eml httlel farmers tliiod And Drill the hut heard round the world So hero today wo may fire a shol that shall be heard in every mountain valley In welcoming you to B rea it may be well to say a word about the help which this Institution can give in this great campaign for universal educa- tionti v Berea is not the oldest college in Kentucky but it has already a vener able age having been founded before the civil war And Berea represents slthe liberal tho progressive the no spirit of the South My friends there are two Koutuckys First there is the old mossback Ken tuckythe Kentucky that was in fav or of slavery and rebellion atul op posed to free schools But the mossback Kentucky did not andcannot t rule Thom is the other Kentucky represented by Henry Clay and Abra ham Lincoln the true progressive enlightened Kentuckyand Berea is thochildofthis true Kentucky Hero is the sword of General Cas silts M Clay He selected the site of Borea because he know that the mountains were full of bravo men who would stand up for the right of free speechmen who owned tho laud but did not own slaves Here is the llible of John G Fee who for more than forty years went forth in every direction from Berea preaching the Gospel of universal love Out of storms of persecution and opposition and misrepresentation Berea has como forward by tho blessing of God until today she has more friends and better friends than any other school in the State President Roosevelt has made speeches add written letters for Berea Helen Gould has come all tho way from New York to visit it Gen tlemen you need have no fears in tying to Berea because Berea is tied to the best people in America Heaven hits favored Berea because Boreu has always ministered to Gods poor the humblo the weak and tho oppressed There is one thing in whichmany people think Berea is peculiar and that is that we admit colored people to our classes on tho same terms as whiten But my friends that is nothing strango or peculiar Every groat school in the world does that except in the States that wore so long cursed by slavery Boron is not peculiar in admitting colored people but o her schools aro peculiar in ox eluding them But many people do not know this and meu who are jealous of Boreas prosperity have told lies about us Only lat fall a minister of tho Gos pel said to a mother in one of our mountain counties If your daughter should go to Berea she might have a room right next to a great brutal nig ger Now that man might have known that ho was telling a lie In the first placo wo have no brutalnig gore in Berea We have no student who has not presented evidence of good moral character And in the second placo our young ladies are lodged in buildings by themselves and with tho lady teachers whore they are safer than many girls are at their owu homesYoulike many other visitors may be surprised to see how natural and reasonable our arrangements are Wo do not advocate a mixing of thq races in the public schools Wo do not speak ono word oC condemnation for those who differ with us Wo do not require all our studouts to agree with us and we lay upon them no soda compulsion We do not have marri ages between tho two races nor do wo have the backdoor intrigues which aro so common in many parts of th South But we do treat a goodcolor ed man or woman as a man or woman ought to be treated we treat them at Queen Victoria or President Roose velt would treat them wo treat then as we believe Jesus Christ would treat them And this course for over thirty five years has produced no evil and much good But the great thing we would have you understand is that iu its encouragement of the colored peo pie whohavo worthy aspirations Bores College is not peculiar but is simply marching with the great Christian world We welcome you to every department ol our Institution Our collegiate department with its four years of preparation and four years of higher work sends out graduates who are in step with the scholarship of our bell universities and is presided over by n gentleman of largo experience and one who haosludied atthe best institutions in America and abroad Prof How ard M Jones Our Normal Department bids you welcome It is I think the largest department of tho kind in tho State and the only one which has regular practice teaching Letmo introduce you to tho Doan of this department Prof Dinstnore And wo welcomo you to our indus trial departments With ono hand we aro teaching our people to desire more books aura papers and cabinet organs and better homes and with the other band we are teaching them how they way get the money to pro cure these blessings We wish you to visit our classes in sewing andcook ing and the caro of tho sick We welcome you to our printing office and our carpenter shop The develop ment of tho wood industries of this country is an immense interest Wo are giving skill to our young men so that it will not be necessary to send our flue woods to distant places to be made into furniture Wo welcomo you to our farm and forestpreserve Geutleinenlet mo make you acquainted with Prof Mason the man who is the authority on forestry and mountain farming Through these departments we are diffusing information and benefiting many a family which may not so much as know the name of Borea As county superintendents you are bound to be interested in everything that makes for the welfare of tho pee plo You come in contact with tho rising generation Your minds have been expanded by study and travel You know tho good things which your people are missing No one in all this country can do so much as you in favor of industry in favor of thrift In favor of good roads in favor of newspapers in favor of temperance In favor of true religion And in all these aims Berea will be your best friend Berea knows the difficulties with which you have to contend Berea understands tho prob lore which you have to solve Bores is equipped to help you in every high endeavor Many of you aro our own students and we are ready to adopt the rest This is what our welcome means You cannot only now but al ways find a bed and a table in Berea You can send any time for a book from our library Our extension duo partment will send you a lecturer our students returning to your county will help buildup a sentiment in lav Dr of progress Bores its glorious history its worldwide supporters its instructors in all departments its Friendship its its Godspeed yoursAnd we aro almost all- or us young men hero to dayunder fifty If we do our duty God will keen most of us alive for some twen vfivo YtarsIl quarter of a century Within that I believe it is Gods vilf that we should seeimmonse prog ess Our log schoolhouses will be provided with stoves and blackboards md maps Our streams will bo crossed by footbridges In every home here bea shelf of books and some instrument of music All the nountaius shall go to school And rem tho mountain scholars shall arise a great number of careful housewives md inteljigeut farmers and skilful iiechanics and magistrates add faithful preachers and the moun tain region shall bo honored by some teen who shall bo truly great and hall servo their country as nobly not as conspicuously as Abraham Lincoln Will it bo a solace to our doclining ears gentlemen to look at all these mproveinents all this progress and be able to say I was ono who helped to bring these blessings to my peo pie t TUB SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON X FIRST QUARTER INTER NA110NAL SERIESMARCH 9 Trxl of the Ito 1cs vlll 1tT xleryeons tl rrioltlen Tex ArU sill Coiiiinontnr 1rppurr by Her n Stvurni Copyright by Arorrlnn Prru AWKlitlon 3 An for Saul ho made havoc of Ibe church The Revised Version says the IIP bald waste tilt church but nut ronl had until Tho tides of hell shall lIot prevail npiluiit It Molt xvi 191 S that this Imprisonment nf CbrUtltin an power of Saul nod the aiithtlritles aye tlcm did not really hurt the church Olli more than the tiers furnace or tho lion hurt Daniel Stud bill friends d Thrrifonvtluy that were sonttem nhroail went wrywlirro firiaclilns thl word So the disciples could say to Saul and hia company an Joseph Ntlid to hit brcthrri Ye thought evil n Ilhlst tilt but tsl meant It until good to sot much people nllve On 20 Vlin tee arc persecuted mid lu the mldt ur trial If xcomt very dlineiilt to set ati goal In It nnd not to ace our pervcrutnn but faith seosi only Ood anti Is quiet bt catfte lie control all people nnd 011 punts These scattered preachers of KTxwl titling were not the uioKtIis but all vxccpt the apostle verso out the were lust thu Iordn iiiefHwiifura with tli Lords niciHMige illag la It all Hovers now were rendy to tell to other the lure and grace of iod telling uilvntlou from tiny to day ls Ixxl 21 how soon the gospel might bo preach ed to every creature VS Then Ihlllp went down to tin city of Samaria and preached Christ iinti them Ihlllp wus the recond of tin nvvvu who had been nppolutcd to mlnlstci to the needy In thins Uu mrnl and now that Stephen hail lxj u to honored nm promoted he Is also hunorvd us the tealuiesMMiger If we are content to dn tin ordinary work of tho tInily life the ron will In ills OTti time lead iii Into create service Very helpful word on this an found In 11 San xv 15 I Chronxxvlii 21 In verses 12 25 we get agasi- dea of the preaching of those days Thej preochcsl Chrlut they Vreacheil the won of the Lord and the thluiri concerning the kingdom of find As Ihlllp preach ed the Ionl wrought with anti throngl nun confirming the word with sleiu tot lowing Mark xrt 20 nnd roving the miracles and hearing the me aRe tit people with one accord gave heed am there wnngmit joy Iu that city Whcthei the messenger be the woman of K mnru or 1hillp the evangelist It Christ U preaches tho Spirit work and wheuovei ikrUt U truly received there follow joy and peace IV xv 13 p 10 Tlic adversary who opposes God and exalts himself Is always to taw trout ever since ho slandered Untl to Evolu IMcn He Is seen In the willfulness atJ self assertion of Cain In the euJeavur tt- the Babel bclldcrs to make tbemsvlviii a name and In all t1bo oppose them elve4- to Jed and JIb truth from Cain to Mi1 ono who shall exalt himself anti inaRiitfy hlnxelf above every god so that he at Owl shall sit In the temple of Owl show hug himself that he U Cal lan xl II Thess II Thl Simon like Thu das of chapter v UU was jut out f the great host who magnify themselves anti always find a following As I write n man In Chicago whom many follow and who seems to preach the gospel Las just given dit that he Li Klljah And so It goes and will till Jesus conies 11 12 Hewitching people with sorcery might powibly describe many of the teachings of today which captivate such multitudes A great following U not sufficient proof that the lender U right nor are few followers necessarily on evi dence that the leader Is wrong 13 Simon himself lielleved also was baptized continued with 1hillp nod won tiered beholding the miracles and signs The power of Cal Is able to break the hardest heart and the tact that Simon was baptized sail continued with 1hlilp utter he believed would seem to Indicate n real conversion The sequel In verses IS to 21 way Indicate however that Simon had not truly received the Lord Jesus or they may mean that he was not right In the matter of the gift of the Spirit If he had no part In Christ he certainly was not saved but If Peter meant that he had no part in this gift nf the Holy Spirit he was just In the condi tion In which most church members art and It may have been In reference to serving God that his heart was not right Simon thin sorcerer is not a comfortable study There U much of himself from Out to lait and little If any of Christ even after he believed 11 sow when the apostles which were at Jerusalem heard that Samaria had received the word of God they sent unto them Peter and John These two who ore so prominent In the early chub tern are still evidently the foremost among the apostles and specially honored by the others Notice what It was the people of S niaria had received They hall received the word ot God and like the Thessalunlans they doubtless neared It not as the word of men but as It is In truth the word of God which ef fectually workcth In thoso who believe If 1hes II 13 Our Lord Himself Kiild to Ills Tathcr on the night before His crucifixion I have given unto them thin words which Thou gayest Me and they have received them John xvli 8 We give our Lord pleasure when wo receive Ills word It Is to be received with meekness and then held fast and held forth Jas 21 Tit Phil 10 15 10 Who when they were come down prayed for them that they might receive the Holy Ghost They were somewhat like the apostles and other be lievers before Pentecost They had be dove were baptized and had become children of God pfd temples of the Holy Ghost but they had not been endued with the power which all believers need to enable theta to servo the living and true Coda All who truly receive Christ are saved and have become children of God John 12 and temples of the Holy Spirit who dwells In every believer but It Is possible for such to be only babes and carnal I Cor vl 10 20 III 2 and therefore the necessity of being tilled with tho Spirit and endued with power to live the life of faithful testimony 17 Then laid they their heads on them and they received the Holy MotHaving prayed verse 15 they now with expectation lay hands on them and the special gift of the Spirit Is received So also did Pool at Kphesus chapter xix 5 0 Our Lords words Ask and It hall bo given your are in connection with these others How much more shall your heavenly Father glvo the Holy Spir it to them that ask Him Luke xl 913- J N1NNN N N NIN NNN N NNNNNN ITHE SCHOOL I N N N11 N NNNN N NNI GEMS FROM THE SUPERIN- TENDENTSCONFERENCE Tho following are a few of thu im portent thoughts dropped at ho urea conference described in another col utnn of ottrpnpcr SUM GAUUKTT Oivsley county 1 propose to give my chief elTorts to the more backward and needy parts of my county SUIT LITRRAL Groonitp county A county superintendent must train ant develop his backbone and bo nhjo to resist tears and threats SLPT BnocK Leslie county A progressive teacher must get outside his own county and find his way ti sumo largo school like Bertm wherein can measure himself by the best teachers from other parts IROF ELIZA II YOCCM Korea Tim Superintendent can make Teachers Associations interesting und profltabli by appointing certain teachers loiif iu advance to trako a special study oC each branch antI bo well prepared to speak upon lL Do not lot the speeches bo taken up by saying I did not know I ntn not prepared IIIES FROST IJerea This first con dition of success is to increase tin attendance to actually got the mountain child to go to school The success of every teacher should IK judged by this docs ho overcome oh staclis whatever they nro and gel thochildroiHo school S C STKVUXS Manager of tin Sfli ol Journal This Conference is the greatest step taken for law bur provenumt of tho schools of Eastern Kentucky They are making prog mss in the western part of thu State and it lit mninly duo to their frequent conferences SlIT MILLER Estill county The Superintendent must do more than simply what the law requites Srrr A DA us Letcher county Thu great thing is to increase the attend allot mid thin teacher must do It You will never wish to take another dose of pills if you onco try Chamber lains Stomach S Liver Tablets They are easier to taste and moro pVmsaut in effect They cleanse tho stomach and regulnto tho liver and bowels For sale by S E WEUII Ja FLOYD A now mull route lilts been estab lished starting at Dnnothing and to Bravo by way of Floyd lOam leering Donothing 6 a in arriving at Floyd 620 am leaves Floyd arriving at Bravo lOtU a rt Upturning leaves Bravo at 1180 a in Floyd at Cp in arriving nt Donothing 0510 p m E Baker is contractor and carrier linnerriif Cold wad Ijt dtlit1 The greatest danger from colds and la grippe is their resulting in pneu mania If reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Rem ly taken all danger will bo avoided Among the tens of thous ands who have used this romwlf for theso disQasen wo have yet to learn of a single case having resulted in pnou mania which shows conclusively that it is a certain preventive of that dangerous malady It will euro a cold or an attack of la grippe in less time than any other treatment It fa pleas art and sale to take For ale by S E WELCH JR r YOUR POSTMASTERIs agent for THE CITIZEN Give him FIFTY CENTS and ho will send it to wo will send you The Neatest Cleanest Newsy Newspaper you over road ono each week for a year POSTAGE STAMPS TAKEN When you wnKo up with a hind taste in your mouth you may know that you need a doso of Chamberlains Stomach tC Liver Tablets They will leanso your stomach improve your ippotito and make you fool like a now nan They aro easy to take being sugar coated and pleasant iu effect For sale by S E WELCH JR rpromptly obtain U 8 and rortlRn IIfreeII N eN N NN NNN NN r THE FARM l L NNI LILIIINNIINNNNNN 1 THE HOTBED At thus SOUROII of thoyearonoof the considorations m the hotbed Th hotbed is something that is ottimu far as its use is concerned and then has boon but mOil ttnprovomont III tlmt direction compared with progress ill general of tho farm This is due probably to the fact that tho hotbed costs but little can be auntie of wash material and is frequently but a smal affair But the hotbed Is an ussuntia ou farms where early vegetables an desired It gives young plants ai early start protects from frost and prolongs tho growing season Tin hotbed may be of nay size desired but nosily pcrnonn make the bed to fit some kind of sash that can be used for tho ptitposo usually about three feet by six A pit is dug and n frame set in enough nf lime frame lining above tho ground to shed water toad admit the sunlight If tho pit two fret deep and thf lower tide of the CmlllC tOil inches above thegnwnd with thin up ur side foutteun inchoo high tho opera or lower space facing time Hotitli or fioiithi ast it should nil surer but Some gardeners do not ad hero strictly to this dopth being gov orntHl by conditions mad cirzuin staiicen tho uxpuittre protection ol buildingx dryness of soiletelxing cousidoretl UNIFORM HEAT Heal must ho goneratiHl in time hot bed and the heat tiiiiRt bo uniform In tomporatttro derived at tho lowest cost anti with tho least care This Is done by flaring horse tumburet free from straw or other litter and lining it for providing heat If the manure is refill it will sooner or later decom pose and is KO doing heat is guuoral trh Put time iiiniiuto in the pit anti trample it firmly FO an to nxcludo ait much air as Donnlblu for tho wore air tho moro heat anti it may not denia ble to have too much host Over the maiiuro platO rkh dirt HifUxl to the depth of six inchtw the top of tho dirt to wale to about six itichcH of time top of tho lower side of limo frame Noxt bank around tho otiLiidaaf tho frame with earth to tho depth of time bonrd trampling wellso to protect against frost and also to permit water from rains to How sway from tli n hotbed If Homo wullrottod mantiro in mixixl with tho earth in the hot hod it will bo of advantage butt such nutnitro hhould bo as fine RIt the dirt Tho handling of manure requires judgment ns HIICCOSA or fniluro do ponds upon A regular or irregular temperature In tho hotUod When saving limn manuro for the hotbed place it in a heap ill the stable allow it to heat turning it over frequently and observo its condition If It heats too rapidly trend it down It should not be allowwl to heat too much When tho manuro is then put ipso tho hotbed and tint sash is in placo tho heat will begin Lot It reuialu for two or throe dnys until tho Rent begins to subside mid whoa the tomlloraturo or t tho hotbed is about SO to DO degrees the seed may bo sown Tho object in allowing the manuro to hunt boforo It is put in the holhod fa to reduce tho lumps and permit of bettor packing 1fIiu tho pit Should time manuro Im so firmly trampled as to give off insulli cienl heat lasforo the seed is sown moisten it withnu ouucoof nlonolliiio slaked to which a quart of warm wa tdr is added Tho limo will soon sir dim euhomicnlneliob in the mauuro MIN observing tho hotbed for to fow lays before sowing tho seeds tho opt orator will have littlo or no dllllculty in regulating the teiuperatun WHEN WARM DAYS COME On warm dajs the sash may bs rats oil a little at first to tool tho hotbed giving more fir an warm weather ap proaches mid tho condition of tho youiiff plants will pcrmlt Cold water tiny alito boutodlf till mniltlro creates too much heat An old cnrpot or any oilier covering tiny lw pliicod over tho aasimat night to prevent lossof warmth If water bfgiiiH to collect on the underside of time sash it IndicntvH tint tho temporaturo in too high anti fish air Hhould ho admitted Use tepid water for watering and dont use too intiolii as to saturate the bred Sow limo nevd In Ktntlght rows lal tlingIch variety anil pull out nil young weeds or gnu that may appear nM they of ton make moro rapid growth thou limn ilftwed jIant8 and seriously Inlurforo with their progress AN warmer weath er counts the manuro will ho yioro or INS oxhiuiMlcil or decomposed and will thru give off lies warmth hut will be iu xcollciil condition for sup plying the pliintK which will scud heir roolH down limbo it for procuring food Tho larger tho plants time moro water may lw supplied lift thill will dopetut pomowhal on tho temperature of tho hotbed and thi condition of tho weather Dont cover tho seeds moro than half an inch and if time plants are too thick do not hwsitalo to romovo tho nnrplui Tako advantage of every tvnrm tiny to expotto the platiU to till outer air as to harden thorn an roiieh as powtible Early cabbngm and lotttico aro hnnly atul can onduro moro exposure than tomato egg plants or peppers Transplant tho I lianly kinds sot soon Oil It can Io done Tomatoes inny botraunplanUxl to told frames us tho weather becomes mild ur After limo plants are removed tfrom the hotbed spado il mixing tIm mauuro and earth add moro rirh r L 4earth so as to fill it and put a ffwItomato plods jn the lxl to grow or HOW n row melon M sls if preferred M tho rich hotbed will give a good rn turn if used in thai innniiernflor sup plying early plants R I PANSI have been taking Hipnns Tubules for time dyspepsia anti thor have helped mo wonderfully I do not know any particular way Uior nlTect me but they seem to give vigor tq thb entire system I hud a sort of liingild filing hut ulnco taking the Tnbulus I feel spirited mid luhro not that melancholy way about me I think they are good for B general buildup of also fljfitem as they Heein to net like a tonio AT DRUGGISTS The five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a year BEREA COLLEGE Founded less Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over JO Teachers 800 StuiloutH Trout iJO States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade SclioolHCarpoutry Printing Housework Nursing two yearsr Modol SelmooI Goneral Education anti fitting for advanced coursess For those mijlctcntly advanced to jet a tencfiert certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young men add Domestic Science for young mules Normal Courno Two years with practice teaching Actuinmy Course Four years fitting 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StudentIIKirk TIle CuctjLrkn if jhjUp Ultima Itolxrt llardui ren- Thijjs CupvrluM mUn U CoIIt was u bright frosty night nud they walked both ways Kdwurd nx UHiial wus silent until Krcctla had ask CII a few mentions Are you worklnj too hard Ned No tlcmt tblnk I feel weill chough Im pegging away at the do bate nil my pare time It cuiucs off kllowhhard ou It havent you I do hope you will win It said Kreeda who III spite ot her disappointment In Kdwiird that he hall not hunk a decision during the evnn gcllfttlc meetings Just cloned still felt the deepest possible Interest In her brothers success aud was very cnthu IIIIIlaHlic In her praise of hla scholarly I shall do my level hiest Are the girls coining out to the debate Udward nked because there Imd otIrannual di4iateSAre they Why they are coin LiuytrIre Ned Unit you are very opular at till ladles boll Am I Y Among Edwards really terllng good unltlcn an nbsencv of conceit If he untied himself on his morality overmuch he was at leant tnt from that pride of Intellectual nt tnlniniiits or phynlcal uttructloiiH that dUtliiKUlxheil n good many college stu dents lie WHH not a ladles man WIIIIII always was and so tar he no MiKtlal friends amont the girls ex cept Krccda He did not setin to care one WIlY or the other lie Was 0110 out a very few men In college who tarot ably never looked over to the elfin side of the 100111 diirltiK chapel And In clasxrtMiu he managed to lmvt a Heat at tin end of the row as far from any girl ax he could get He did not Unlike gIrl nimpany He wan simply Indlf fureirt You ought to have heard the girls talk about your great football play at the last game on the home grounds wild Freedn who felt a little vexed nt Kd wards silent Indifference IIldwl1nl laughed a little Someday HiipiHiso Ill fault In love and be us bis a tool ax Home of the other fellows iouIl have to take second place then fiilo he added with a lightness of speech not characteristic of him tin ICM you do the same thing and then you wont earn FroeOa wan silent and Kdward wa S afraid he had hurt her feelings In VaY OllkltlSwere together on the tsrtu No Ned slat replletl softly and they Iwtu walked on for some distance without talking- I have a little confession to make Frcoda at lqt Kdward spoke his old habit of extreme truthfulness couix l ling him to the statement Ive hand to study on Hundiiy lately Ive bteii so busy I couldnt get my lectures any other way Iout do It 1IJ Frecda urged after a moment during which Kdward had a conviction that Ida confession had affected her dlxagrccatily Dont you No I dont believe III It Nor Miss Seton either naked Kd Irolllenllr friend of Free ulas and was rooming with her tlli I term Ves Ida Klull s once In awhile ou BiuuluyH saul Freeda reluctantly I cant inako her see It the way I do- Thorea nothing very wicked about No but Its foolish You dout gait anything by It Iu the long run Then I dont see answered Kd want Him u growl wily the pro fcKsor wives It to us so heavy for Fri days they ulvo us a double dose as If they expected ua to study ou Sun du Iadd told me today that more threefourths of nil the fellows ave to stcdy mi Sunday rrhc think they have to maybe dont really have to Itesldr Ned you know mother would not IlL t and the president must be opposed to It lies never said anything against IttNo but he may at any of his Friday Tell me Ned If the president III ell out against It will you give It wrI will It Miss Seton will replied Kdward laughing Ill tell her replied Freeda quick y No dout do that cried Kdward feeling alarmed at the Idea I shall though Youve promised Frctda laughed and all Edwards re monstrances which lasted until they parted at the door of the hall would uot clmng her purpose Oh well she wont give It up an way was ISdwards parting shot at ho left Freda Ill see about that she replied anal lio was silently determined that ho laould ho made to keep his worth If ie had lilly lutluenco over her roommate was perhaps a coincidence that tho reslulcmat chose f6r his Friday talk ttvery week the subject of how best to upend a Sunday In college Kdtrd afterward charged Freeda and one or two other girls who felt as she did with having been to the president and urged him to speak ou the subject Free lft did not deny that she hod talked with the president on th matter and the very next day utter tier talk with her brother but she said sue hud not asked hIm to take the subject for one of his Friday talks He had told her that for some time he land been Intending to ala so anyway The college listened with peculiar III terest that day Probably more than halt of the entire student body was Iu the habit ot more or tens Sunday study The president spoke briefly of several good ways for a student to use the day multI then went ou to give his reasons why Sunday study was not only unnec essary lint absolutely harmful Iu tile long ruu- uiliiaatFirst of all you need one whole day In the week for complete change of programme To keep right on studying seven days In a week Is contrary to Goals great law of change and res- tHeeoiidlt you art in the habit of thinking that the Saturday study does not remain as fresh with you as the Sunday stuy probably your method of study especially of memorizing Id at fault You need to memorize so as to retain tho lesson for a longer period than simply one day Third The Sunday study Is apt to dull the mind Instead of brighten II Experience veins to trove the truth of this statement lhe best students In my unlvernltv were till men who rest ed ou Sunday or at least dill some work In connection with the day that gave them new Ideas of other things outside of n regular college course The col lege student who Interested III noth ing hut the hooks and studies of Ids college life III develop In a small way lie needs to give till religions lift a chance at him a full sweep unhindered by the books that have tidal his atten tion during tile week Fourth In Home way n change of the weekday holiday from Saturday to Monday would be desirable I am somewhat III favor of that 11011 and In some colleges where It III adopted the results are excellent Hut whether such it change III ever made at hope or not tho excuse that the student must study on Sunday because Saturday Is his rightful play day does not hold good It does not because time stu dents who manage to get their Monday lessons without studying on Sunday prove my statement If It was an oh solute necessity to study Sunday for any reason then that necessity would IJlIeNI In the failure of those students who refuse1 to use Sunday for study Monday failures In till classroom do not commie from an absence of Sunday study They come from other causes Fifth We an here In this college for something In addition to tIme things we can find In the textbooks Sunday comes to us for the purx se of giving us an opx rtunlty to enrich our lives with meditation antI rest and service A college student will grow narrow and sottish unless he does something ou Sunday that he does not do on other days Teach a class somewhere In the- o church where you attend Help some Christian valise that needs It Use the day for building up tired physical and mental forces but I beg of you do not use the day even a small part of It to study tho college lessons It Is harm ful to mind mid hotly and In the long run It will leave you jxtorer In spirit and In all those qualities that go to make n full grown man and woman Edward was busy that afternoon getting ready for the debate In the evening anti he did not have time to- sco Frccdn nud comment ou till presi dents talk or ask her what Miss Se ton was going to do lie went up to his room right after dinner and lay down for half an hour Then he welltI over the whole debute carefully He went down town and carried his pa pera and Immediately after supper went to hits room again rested for n little while dressed for the evening and then spent the time until he was expected at the elm pel In rehearsing his speech He was not afraid of for getting It anal Ic thought he hail no timidity before an audience The onlIthing that gave him any trouble was the selection of the Judges Two of them were pronounced partisans In polities He know enough about the whole debate over the Philippine ques tItan to feel afraid that hits side of tIme la i The jtrufJctit went JruIlrd cinU Oitiij I duccdLdtcurcl question r uld he contrary to the ptrii lltlcal views of these two men Yet they hud been selected as judges who would glv an Impartial decision and Kdward h I enough magnanimity to Ile them credit for treating him fair b ly Ive done the best I could he rout tcred as he finally blew out his lights and walked over to chapel hall lUll pulses were beating high as he heard h the college yells ou the chapel step u The crowd WBN cdmlng up time lull aW from down town as the Interest ic h the debate was more than localts he went III by the side door where I the speakers on programmes went up tl platCorm lIublielulve felt When he readied the some of this feeling lanai left him liii ho was still under a tense excitement Wilson was In the room and 4he president who was to preside came up a moment after Kdward He said a few words of encouragement to loth of them and lain hearty manner did both the young men 10011IThen he led the way out upon tlwI platform The chapel was choked a great crowd one 6f time greatest ever known As the president appeared lowed by till contestants the college cheered The girls hUll come In with stimulI lags representing the rival sot clctles They tutu waved them and the members of the societies tried to title anothers voices In Ilro1IIWilson or Itlake- 1M ward was conscious ot till t and he saw Freedas sympathetic tnc with that of MIn Seton looking up a him The sight helped him Somehow he associated Mists Setons face with Freedas us If both Tlrls were c iualy Interested In hits success The presi dent spoke n few words stating till rules that were to govern the debate He then Introduced Wilson the speak er on time nthrmatlvc of the picKtlon Resolved That the United States Is Justified In the present war Iu the 1hll Ipplues Wilson rose and walked slowly for ward The great crowd was as still now as It hail been noisy before and the great debate timid begu- nchilrrllt VIII Wilson began his speech slowly and was evidently cool and determined He had been III college two years longer than Kdward nod had had more train lug as n s cuker He hind as a sopho more won the second prize for the lies t declamation III 1111 annual contest and was considered the best all arouiid speaker Iu the society that was rim to the one In which Kdward lanai his membership The arguments of Wilson were Iu brief that the United States was justi fied In carrying on till war III the Phil Ipplnes because the natives were the first toprovoke the outbreak because they were III reality rebels In that the Islands belonged to till United States by purchase and the authority of our government was being dolled that to withdraw our troops would mean a condition of anarchy and result In more cruelty and loss of life ham i would result from till war that In short the war was necessary before tIme United States could assert Its con trol Inasmuch ns the Tagalos did not represent the Filipinos ns a race hut wen only a small part of nil the Inhab itants the majority of whom were willing to become subject to our au thority He closed with an appeal to all loyal Americans to uphold the Hag and do nil III their jwwer to support the government In Its efforts to end the war speedily and Inaugurate n reign of peace and justice Iu the Islands that hind for so long a time heen the victim of growl and priestcraft- As Wilson dosed very strongly he received tremendous applause that broke out again and again The presl dent rose to Introduce Kdward but the applause continued mid he sat down again The girls who were friends of Wilsons society waved their flags while tint girls who sided with Blake held theirs down over the seats For five minutes the shouting aunt demon stration continued Then the president went forward and Introduced Cal vnniI for the negative and the chapel sud denly became as still as It had been boisterous Kdward felt his knees tremble ns he went forward and his tongue wits dry anti lain hands cold For a second or two he was horrified to thud that he could nut remember the very first semi dice of his sM ech lie actually made n beginning a paragraph farther on Then he stopped just long enough to make It seem either that he was very deliberate or that he was not quite sure lint his manner was ul1tllrallI slow and It Is doubtful If any of tin college people noticed anything strange Then he gathered himself together lUll went ou finely doing his best andlgaining added Interest In time ment as It developed lie took the ground that war beltween natluus Is never justified when every other measure has been exhausted He claimed that everyhmeasure had not been the present war In the Philippines Ho Llted In support of his argument soy eral witnesses from the seat of lietwar Itself He also called to Koveral Instances where more sortfIllS International disputes had cettled by arbitration lie then weut u to quote unite largely from one of the members of the supreme court of the United States who had come outTIn a speech against the war aud apposed the policy of colonial expzmmll Ion This eminent jurist has Again a necessity of colonial pos sessions Is an Increase Iu our regular irmy and the first Increase iaroPosdl from 0000 to 100000 strange commentary that at the lose of the nineteenth century the cad of the most arbitrary governhlients the civilized world the llusslas Is Inviting the nations of the s ivorld to a decrease In their rJll Saivhlle this the freest land Is proposing It Increase In Its Yet such seems toII o the Imperative need If we eutert jpon the system of colonial expansiont rto have lived and Ilro fears with a handful of regular troops IVe have preserved peace at home aud tllentIttle need of the soldier So the worldtas to believe and so It Is ve ready to forfeit this high position wo not endanger the very founda on principles of this government t1whcn we make the blare of the bugles tramp of the armed the music which Is heard on every skI amid the Inspiration which attracts the ambition of our youtti- colitltitieaI ItIt laiunrtl all he flu the quotation we begin to war ou n nation for conquest what future do we anticipate for our country To quote again from the same source from tills distinguished member of our high tst court whose motives certainly cut not bo Impugned as selfish or partisan My friends two visions rise before IUPUlallollout the strong hand to bring within Its dominion Weaker and distant races and lands holding them by force for the rapid wealth they may bring with per Imps the occasional glory success and IIIXIII thethas changed amid the old law that Ids tory repeats Itself has lost Its ford whether the ascending splendor of Ill Iiuperlol power to bo followed by descending gloom of luxury decay and mill The other of a nation where the spirit of the Pilgrim and tint hiumglwIm remains the living and controlling force derating Its energies to the de velopment of the Inexhaustible re sources of Its great continental err 2Personaleminent by the consent of the gov erned whew no king lit class and no race rules hut each Individual has equal voice and power In the control of all where wealth comes only as tile compensation for honest toll of hand or brain whore public service Is private duty a nation whose supreme value to the world lies hot III Its imwer hut In Its unfailing loyalty to till high talent of Its youth Its forever lifting Its strong hand not to govern but only to protect the weak arid tints the bright shining which brightens more and more Into tIll fadeless eternal day llrethren Kim and fierlzlm are be tore us Might and right stand on either stale with their great appeals Once to evtry man and nation come the eo Wnt to ilfcU In the strife el truth with filMhool lor the good or ertl Me Circle prftJutOne dMlh grapple In the dirkneit twIst old iyi Urn and the word Truth fornir on the tcaflolJ wrong lorettr on the throne Yet that iraffoM ways the future and behind the dim unknown SUndeth God within the thjjow keeping witch tore ble own We we dimly In the present what Is mall tnd what Is great Slow ol latCh how weik an inn may turn the Iron helm of file Hut the KU II still oracular tnd amid tie roar kefi dinSList the omlnou stem whisper from the ace wlIMn They entlive their children1 children who mike nitnpronilM with tin Paraphrasing In part time Invoca tlon which attends time opening of the supreme court God save the United States of America and keep them from the road si often traveled by nations of Increasing territory accumulating dominion rapidly allah easily acquired wealth luxurious splendor a growing separation between the poor utah tho rich presaging decoy and death and tony we always hear the solemn pray er of Abraham Lincoln borne upward to heaven from the consecrated Held of Gettysburg upon time mighty volume of patriotic Incense whJcli ever rises from that sacred spot that government of and by and for the people may nev er perish from tIme earth It was very still while Edward was presenting this part of his argument for the quotation was from an aaldrsiiso recent that It was pot known and so far as Kdward knew It hind not been printed In any of till Kaynor papers One of the judges Us tened with a marked expression of sur prise as It he could hardly believe that iaUnited States could be the author ot the sentiments attributed to him In the aiidress r Vddress by lion David Hrewer associate Justice of tIme su i lanolin court of the United States before the Liberal club Buffalo Feb 10 1SODJ There was no attempt at any point ii his speech to break out Into ap plause as there haif been In the case f Wilson Even when Edward closed ain description of tIme horrors of war In general by quoting Willis story of the battle aud the death of the native Fill ilno nut her baby there was not the slightest Indication that he hail any sympathy train the audience It was nly when he finally closed and walked to his seat that the applause out and apparently It was then uihly as hearty amid prolonged as that which followed Wilsons peroration III Wilsons rejoinder he showed a slight hiesitu Ion similar to that which marked Edwards beginning hose who knew what he had prepar d said afterward that be left out a large part of what he Intended to say and extemporized to a great extent However that may be he spoke with considerable force aud again provoked aIlnllslInittal that III the opinion of a largo tatlt of tin student hotly was tar- tronger than Ids main argument and gain divided the honors with Wilson s far as applause was concerned And now cafnc the most trying mo of till evening to the young con testants The Judges retired to make heir decision and while they were ou glee club sung by request When some one called for the old war song In Ltllrncewas Iu the nature of a prophecy an tIclNitlug the decision of time judges agalust Edward There wits uo for that owing to the enthusiasm tollhtI war Edward had the unpopular of time question And yt ID than IIewarm III Its bed at hoiri n eyes dim nt the memory tit LII tiirr as Edward had drawn it CL let ter If these women ljl tilt jIldgCH It Is possible llul lift wotild have beeu very qtiiiUv I h d The glee club sung lialf n Is n lections and still tilt Juijr nut apiicar The classes benon IIUlI thulr feet and shout their yell Wllrfou and KJwunl who hOld jt uiaiu ed ou the platform were uwnlfort ably nervous although ueiUier oi them showed It TO BE COITTWUTDJ A lisping floating Flood Washed doVu a telegraph line which Clan 0 Ellis of Lisbon la dwpinterrible cold and cough It grew s worse daily Finally the best doctors Oakland Neb Sioux Oily and ICOmaha said I had Consumption anti could not live Then I began using Wll8Ittively guaranteed for Coughs Colds nod all Throat and Lung troubles for said by all drugstores Trice HOc Red 100- Nccessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School tttiona who board thenuelre ipifjxJ M nit or little u hey chaotic on llvtftf pxpeumn Ii layito have a little extra none fwlact uu s uiulnertnmi But the taeoisary itse are only M follow T ltjr the lint day IIOWKII IADIED hALLtiNIKx hospital Fee I IIIflcncntl 80FuelRent of Laundrr First Board r 00 Iitio 7 7h ttnm To W durIng the term j so Beginning 2l Mo Jloar t eo Beginning 3d Mo Board IIii 11 I m ai 66 Tlnl Kxpcniie 13 Week 77tJ J7 76 rot thorn below A Onmtnar deiluci tin ez for HIII It from Incidental fee ranking loulonly 88171- WhPti fimr gtrl room together cwJi au i lIltl fl or more making sh loUJ onjy 88175 Ifrlamvil below Atimmmir Olltcing Two room for bOIlMekloellnr with inn nr inii iiimlly be rented for from H III Ioflll Tho rlcof n bIg calf n little iso bark r Cw IIOIIIP IIIII beitlraverii wilt liven mil nf nrhool wlileli will change nimj ntniln urn fur the better = =IM Grljipn Onlcfclj Cured Iii tho winter of 1898 and 1801 I tnken down with a severe attack of what is called La Grippe says F I t Hewett a prominent druggist of Winfield 111 The only medicine I used was two bottles of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It broko up thq cold and stopped the coughing like magll iiiid I have never smco been troubled with Grippe Chamberlains Cough Ilimrdy eon always be depended on ii brink up a severe cold and ward oil niy threatened attack of pnou nuinia It is pleasant to tnktoo hich makes it tho most desirable and ala of tho ivosl popular in use forl- iesia nilmentri For sale byS E WELCH J- uLOUISVILLE HfcNDERSON 6 ST LOUIS RY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS EKTWK- KJJLouisville and St Louis Parlor Cart on Day Trains Pullman Buffet Sleepers on Night Trains rates and further Information address L J IRWIN G p LOUISVILLE Kv I IfTHECITIZEN Ij From an Investment 1 i Standpoint life insurance is becoming more and more popular every day One of the best propo sitions of this kind is the Three Per Cent Gold Endow ment Bond of r IoI lIIIIII The Mutual i Life Insurance Company of Kentucky Mi Look into it Call or write for detailed information with guaranteed results on your caseJ n iOK Jr Sperm Agent State Hank and Trut Hide Itlchiuoml Ky W II PORTER Dlitrlct Agent Ilrrrn llnnkliig Company Hereu Kjr H L 1BUY TH E SEWING MACHINE Do not be deceived thoso who ad vertise a 6000 Sewing Machine for 2000 Thlskind of a machine can be bought from us or anv ofour from 1500 to 1800 we MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST The Feed determines tho strength 01 weakness of Sewing Double Feed combined with other strong points makes the Acw Home the Sewing Machine to buy ftforCIRCUURSHssSs we manufacture and prices before purchasing THE may HOME SEWING MACHINE NAS l 1oaaec O III Atlanta jU LoulaMo DalIasTexSan Francisco C FOR SALE BY SISCO CO NicbolasTille Ky i THE 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Constipation Sick Headache Dizzi ness Jaundice Malaria Foyer and Ague and all Liver and Stomach troubles Purely vegetable never ygripe or weaken Only 25o at all drugstores ly +ne w ws mrrearernur I LOCAL AND PERSONAL I JN NN1 The robins are hero and are iuatin Easter flower bulbs are pushing up through the ground The mud on Chosnut Avenue steen inches tieop J W Chaney is with us again for a short time Elijah Logan is very flint his hot nob from consumption- Dr Cornelius is setting up a soda water fountain in his drugstore Brother Dorthick is in Jackson county holding revival services Sam Deathorago has a sale of stock farm utensils etc on March 12 Mr E P Fairchild and family returned from New York last Saturday Postmaster Hart is suffering from acute rheumatism and BO is yo editor Mr A S Hill after a brief absence in Cincinnati has returned to Bqrea D J Pauley has moved from the Dodge cottage under the hill to the Green Gabbard property Mrs Laura Chestnut of Dory i daughter of Dr and Mrs C H Robinson is visiting her parents T A Robinson W H Porter D N Welch and A T Fish were in Richmond Tuesday night Mrs Lucy Daniels of Irvine came on Monday for a visit to her two sons who are hero in school Sties Helen Click who has been at the Hospital for some weeks is slow ly recovering health PromptIHOSKINS Berea Ky Little Pauline Osborne whom wo mentioned last week as having boon ill so long is no bettor but gradually growing weaker T A Robinson is fitting up a new i neat and convenient optical office at his stand in the Cornelius drugstore on Main Street Miss Caroline Almy who has boon in tho Hospital from neuritis is iin proving hopes to be able to go homo next MondayIMrs Jas Willis of near Wnllace ton daughter of Lewis Johnson was dangerously ill the early part of the week but is now considered out of dangerJGP McDanielof Burning Springs father of Ransom and Thomas Mc Daniel former students at Berea diedt suddenly on Friday last from a strokeI of paralysis Mr John Lake of the State Y M 0 A and Mr S C Stevens business manager of the School Journal o Lexington were visitors to the Super intendents1 Conference There iff considerable excitement oover reports of mad dogs in the com munity If it results in the killing o five fourths of the worthless curs around town why so mote it be We are anxious for all our readers to have the copy of the McKinloy Memorial Address delivered hater Congress Feb 27 by Hon J Hay Secretary of State For two weeks our columns have been taken up by special matter so we will publish the address next week It is worth read ing and preserving The Baptist Church of Berea is en tering upon a new eraof life and prog roes since Dr Comptons coming t the town His efforts hero met tit approval of the Holy Spirit and tit Lord God gave a mighty increase The Church now has 21G members andall of them seem to be filled with a spirit of zeal and faithfulness Last Sunday two more were received into the Church In the afternoon a B Y P U was organized with Bro W EL Porter the cashier pf the bank as president Miss Nannie Bales vice president B H Gabbardsecretary and Miss Fannie Allen for treasurer These are all noble workers and wee predict great good for theirt earnest efforts The Church is out o debt and has put in a stove organw and fine baptislry Contributed OUR COUNTY NEWS Dr Silas Johnson of Panola has to moved to Richmond E W Baker of Wallaceton has been appointed a notary public J 0 Jones of near Bear Wallow rented part of his fine peach farm to J W Hicks of Richmond IThe wheat crop in Madison county not seriously hurt by the winter weather The Southern Companys mills at Valley View are running again after a closo down of several weeks E Business on Monday last was fairg good in Richmond County Court day is generally a busy one Richard Jones of Silver Crook who waR stricken by paralysis rccenlly still lies in precarious condition Thoro is but little hope of his recov eryg Kentucky Jtcyitter Rich mood has chaugpd from a G col to inzproisThe poet otUco and the telephone to exchange at Wallncotou hero boon removed from the store building of C MoWhortor to the store of Botkins Co Tho Methodists of Waco havo offered the use of their church to the Baptists of Waco whoso chum building was burnt recently Th is as it should boEu CIT The Baptist church at Waco re courtly destroyed by fire is to be re placed by n new building Several hundred dollars aro already secured and work will probably bo commeuc ed at an early day Dr Boon of Kingston who has had smallpox is reported by his physicians as nearly well Tho danger of infection seems to be small now No one attending Iho case ha been attacked by the disease The Richmond Climax of Fob 25 was a Trade Edition composed of six pages The business write ups were good and the paper was well printed By the by a stranger rend ing the Trade Edition will learn that Richmond has but one newspaper IICORRESPONDENCE l 11COUNTYYOwing to the condition of the roads and the rainy weather the Glee Club failed to come to our place on Tues day night as advertised Miss rearlI Azbill daughter of W D Azbillis atI this place spending Mrs Laura Joness private schoolMr Calahan formerly of this place now of Conway i has returned home from Knox countyr whoa he has been seriously ill at his daughters homeMr Isaac Phillips i of near Wildie died Fob 28 1102 rlie and was buried in Scaffold Cane cemetery Mr James Dalton of Berea was in Scaffold Cane Sunday evening Mr Joe Bullen ieceiv nl a letter from his son Eli Bullen who left for Texas last week reporting a pleasant trip down also that it was snowing in Texas which was quite a disappointment to Eli who expected perpetual summer GARRARD COUNTY MAUPINTOWN while with a revol andkillf I her cousin Wm Baker ago 16 son of Sundayschoot o jaif SmithFeb2ladaughleaMannMrs da and Mrs Alex Blythe last Sunday Rev 1 Miller missed his last ap pointment heroDIre Isaac Watts is on tho sick listBorn night to Mr and Mrs Harrison Ra a daughter PAINT LICK Messrs A Faulkner and G W Lackey were guests of Mrs George Leavitll Sunday Miss Jennie and Mr James Lackey visited friends at Mitchello p dayI1 Beasleyand nearly completed Mr Bcasloys house Miss Emma Kennedy of Lowell who has been so long sick is not expected to recover MIDDLEPORT O Feb 20 1902 Rev A W Pullen of Pittsburg preached an interesting sermon Mt Moriah church Sunday night The late revival services conduct by Rev A Strauss were produc of much Eleven converts personsfere added to the ChurchOur as prospered under the pastorate of Brother Strauss In the 5 months hejhas boon with us 20 have been the membership andwe havo boon blessed financially Our B Y P U has 40 members our sewing circle Mrs Strauss Pres will reopen inithe Spring Wo have 48 scholars our Sunday school Ouryoung folks rtheton has been ill for a tow daysAn c1theRevs Thomas and Rivals Rev RhBrown of mouton has been service in the recent revivals Sisters Rickman and Watkins are on tho sick list KNOX COUNTY HAMMOND Milton Jackson visited friouds Flatlick Thursday Robert Washutn has a row stock of goodsMr nu Mrs Andrew Smith aro the hupp parents of a now baby boy Preach ing at Friendship last Saturday uud Sunday Johnnie Jackson visited friends in Clay recently and whooping coukh are prorate hero Perry Green and Uugh Jac son were ou Mill Creek Sunday JACKSON COUNTY KIRBY KNOB dauglis this wowkW J Daughertyand wifo were suddenly called to the bedside of their sou Robert who has been attending a dental college at Louis ville Sheridan Baker is at homo natty for vocation becauseof ill health Jason Hudson tins been ill for sometime with favorG11 Parsons has been hero surveying loadDI and Mrs Mehaffor were visiting then undo Isaac Dean last weeks MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Thomas Warder who had his leg broken while coasting recently was getting along nicely at last account Mr Edward Wilson andwife hoc bought a house on Sixth Street Mrs Anna Wilson recently visited her daughter Frankie who is attending Wilborforco College She roports her as having good health and doing nice ly in school Rev G W Porler preached an able sermon at the Both el Baptist church Sunday morning Courtney Counter of Dayton 0 i visiting friends at this placltlnt Sellina Jaksou and husband are re joicing over the arrival of a fine baby girl at their homeMrs Molly Net son continues ill at her home in tin East End Mrs Lillio Randolph orI East Fourth Street who has bow n very ill is much better at this writ ingTho river has grently overflowed its banks nt this place and a influx of water is anticipated rhetorical which wore held at theI school building in commemoration of George Washington were very goodI Mrs Eliza Gibbs of Grave Alloy is indisposed Miss IdaOvorstrcelwho Las been sick is able to be out again n MADISON COUNTY PEYTONTOWN Miss Lucy Martin spout several days with friends in Richmond last week Miss Lucy Turner Mrs Kit tie Watts and Mrs F E Campbell spent Saturday with Mr and Mm Samuel tHev nlI Munday passed throxgh here Saturday on his eIt Flat Rev I is at JnB Miller in revival oervicos Wo had good Sundayschool last Sunday The addresses to our Sun ayschool by Mrs Eliza White Miss Mary V White and others were splendid and much apprecioled Rer S Ratta sermon on lost Sunday was excellent ByMiller of Maupintown were horn on business Saturday nightJ L Francis of Richmond paid us a business call last week OBITUARY DIEDOn Fob 18 1002 at 230 m at her home in Richmond Ky Mrs Mary Lukotla Fowler only child of Mrs E A Anderson of Peoria Kansas Deceased was born near Boron Ky March 5 1870 was a tuIdent ntBoroa College 91 and 05 was baptized and united with the Glade Church in 05 was married lo I F Parsons Oct SI 1805 and became n liretarsons hapoily with him to the day of loot death A husband two little children and her mother mourn their loss FOR SALE Fine opening for a Live Sawmill Man One twenty 20 horso Lane Bod double sawmill enginn aud outfit n excellent condition and practically now with edger and cutoff saws com The capacity of the mill is 8000 to 16000 feet a day Tho is ou Clear Creek liockcaslle aud is set to a floe body of- imbar of 800000 to 500000 feet a Reason for wishing to sell is poor of the owners For price and terms apply to H BLAZER CO- Conway Ky How to Cure the drip Remain quietly at homo and taka Chamberlains Cough Komedy us die troctetl and n quick rvcoveiy is sure lo follow That remedy counteracts any pnouys danger Among tho tons of thous nods who have used it for the grip not ono case has over boon reported byktS AN OPEN LETTER TO THE READERS AND SUBSCRIBERS OF THE CITIZEN From the 12th of September 1000 the dale of tho first issue of TUB CITIZEN under my management iip to the present I have had n direct busi ness interest in this newspaper On Wednesday Fob B IDOL Boron Col lego sold to mo the weekly news paper published for more than two years post under tho name of THE CITIZEN This snit includes the subscription list and goodwill of snit CITIZEN together with tho files book- r and papers desk and ollico furniture The words within quotation marks in the proceeding paragraph are taken verbatim from tho bill of Halo mad to and held by mo The polloy of TUB CITIzEN will bo tho saute as heretofore it will bo do voted to tho interests of the borne- o farm and school Its mission is to bring nothing but good to all nnllrelyinghelp for tho future I am Faithfully your servant John Dodwell Publisher and Editors e H Kipt nil iqc Twelve years ago J W Sullivan of Hartford Conn scratched his leg with a rusty wire Intlnmmallon and blood poisoning mil in For two years ho suffered intensely Then tlio doctors Urftamputation but tltI writhe I used ono bottle ot 0 Bitters and 1 12 bores of Uuoklonn Arnica Salvo and my leg was sound EruptionsLend nil blood disorders Electric DIt ters has no viral on earth Try them Only 50 cents Jolt Cimlil Not llnr SCoo1 If hod had Itching Piles 1hoyruI Arlnicnthoullnnc1I11For Prico 25c a box f Curo guaranteed GOOD ROADS ARGUMENTI frre Mull Drllvrrr rglectrdy trying to use the rural ceo delivery experi tarot as an argument In favor of Rood toads and where the experiment ban failed to Improve the bad road along the routes tho service will have to be abandoned The Ucpartmcnt has gone over the record to eee how ninny routes were interrupted by the condition of tho outsproved to prevent similar Interruption this spring those routes will have 10i be abandoned The records show that n grot many routes were Interrupted from one to eel last spring There were 40 of these routes IIII Iowa 12 In Illinois 10 In Wisconsin nod u Icas number In other western and southern states The record URalnst Iowa not so had as It seems beciiimo that state has a great many more rural free delivery routes than any other state nod like Illinois the state suf fers at times from bad rods lllehI cannot be Improved The department admits that It will have to give some consideration to the dltnculty In building roads In Iowa and Illinois where the depth of the soil makes It almost Impossible to con struct roads that will be passable at all seasons of the year It admitted that there are routes In Illinois and Lows where everything possible has been done to make good roads and they have excellent roads for tho great er pnrt of the year but during the spring freshets these zany be Impass dole for n fjpw days The order Is meant to apply to thpso routes where the people arc Indifferent to the condition of the roads and have allowed then to become Impassable through neglect The Inspcctora will report on the routes that are Interrupt ed this spring and where tho Inter ruption Is tine to neglect of the roads they will be abandoned Where tho Interruption la due to conditions which cannot be overcome the department will make allowances and continue the service lint the department regards rural free delivery as an argument and an Inducement to build good roods lands wherever the people are the advantages of the service the jlo partment holds that the experiment Is failure The demand fur rural free delivery U greater than the department can meet with the appropriation by congress and It will favor munities which show most nlllrecinII flan by building roads over which the government cnn scud mails with thU least possible Interruption t THE SALOON DOOMED Optlnilitlo Word Iromtbe National TmltrAI1CC Social From the annual report of tho Na tlonnl Temperance society for 1001 the following Is culled the fuel Is the saloon Is doomed Twentieth century civilization will oat tolerate It long Already the saloon Is becoming year by year more generally recognised by tho American people soft their highest courts as nn Immoral In stitution mid n political plague slat The time puny be far oft but It Is rout big when the retail Idmor business In dednralSto the public pence nod welfare n breeding place of vice and vagrancy u rendezvous for tho roll disposed mud the toes generally of good government This Is why when Oulveston was swept by the fearful onslaught of wind and wave and tho city lay desolate the authorities Issued au order to clone tho saloons This Is why the local nu thorities at Bhenandoah Ia when an outbreak was threatened Jn that poor ter Iwtweeii tho soldiers and the strlk tat miners issued tho order Close tho saloons not tho ahurchcj not tho dryasaloons Thcio authorities looked ujv on the saloon as n natural breeder of crime violence nnd disorder and the day Is coming when the highest court of the land will declare that legisla tunes hBO no right or power to llcciue such n hunlncsH During tho past year there hoe been a notable advance In the attitude of iniNlnetis llrms as to tilt use of tutor Icnnts on tin part nf employees Never was there I strong n business instinct among large employers that sobriety Is absolutely necessary and must bo In sisted ujHin The time Is coming when the only opening for the ambitions man who drinks will be In politics It Is rapidly iMHomlng so now Private employers taro not trust their buitliifss to the man who drinks Great corporation dart not Ho Is not wanted on the rail roads The steamship lines barn cast him out and ns for banks they will havu nono of him Only the people long suffering and generous remain as his resource Fur this reason immtcl andIrally ns our swamps breed malaria 1NATURE OF BEER Aniirrr lu Thor Vhn Term It a Trtniirrnuct llrvrraur The beer question has become n very Important factor of the temperaacu problem steer Is bj mahy advocated vblsI atlargo jxirtfiitago of water and n small pommtflKc of alcohol whisky less wa ter and moro alcohol llccituse both contain alcohol as n coniiiion Ingredi ent bulls are therefore ns leverages to bo avoided It Is for the alcohol that It contains that beer I consumed With that 111tninatetlu5f ono would cnro for the Insipid stuff says W 8 HalMjIlnrth In Christian Work In their publications arid conventions the brewers are wont to lay great stress 111011 beer as n temperance beverage The tart If1 however at tested both by common observation end by judicial division that beer is Intoxicating That It not only does not lessen but tends to Increase the coiiHiimptlon of the stronger liquors is demonstrated nllko bt tho records of the Internal revenue department nUll by the condiment testimony of many victims of Inebriety It Is n fact noted by medical experts who havo made a specialty of the treatment of alcohol Ism In Inebriate asylums nnd hospitals that not only Is beer Intoxicating but that It produces tho worst form of in ebriety closely allied to criminal In sanity The fact Is the use of beer as a pre tended temperance beverage Is a tlelu sloe and a snare It Is tile first step to Indulgence In stronger liquors Thou sands who are beginning tho use of stimulants with beer would never think of commencing such use with whisky Hut by Indulgence In been when natural thirst Is exerted by cl ther mental or bodily exercise or n combination of both many begin to feel and appreciate tho alcoholic stim ulant It contains and finally long for a less diluted medliun of such stimulant nnd which Is more rapid and potent In its effects John Hum on Hnluon Krrveri John Barns the famous ICnjjIlsli la her leader and tho champion of labor In the llrltlsh parliament Is upon rec ors as having recently made n startling statement concerning tho relation of nalootm to the progress of municipal Improvements dcRlgncd to better too condition of worklngmen nt llattersea Knglnnd Idittersca being the borough from witch Mr Burns Is n representa tive in parliament Tho following Is the statement Bear tits In mind In everything that we have undertaken we Intro had the persistent cud malig unlit opposition of the saloon keepers Secret of Cltp Tnrltn Strength The wonderful physical vitality of Turkltih race Is title to the univer al abstinence of tho common people Alcohol Is not touched by tho peasants goldlcrs merchants or members of tho learned professions 4 The Spirit of Mob Let there be nn entire abstinence from Intoxicating drinks throughout tho oulltr during the petted of u single generation arts n mob wouldbo as Im possible as combustion without oxygen Horace Maun