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REV JOHN DODWELL An Independent Weekly With HtrMig HlafT of Killtom rpoulIIU MgrCITIZENDevotcdtotheEnfant al IV FottHfflet elnw mnUmntttr nl Hrrm Atf SCHOOL L I t VOL III A Fuuiil Pup BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 0 1902 Fifty cents a year NO 811 I IDEAS t have you Holected your soil corn have you planned for early pota toes It costs lens to raise truck than to buy itIart yet they prepare their inuat in the Hiuniner 1roverlw 510 iii Read rho Cow Im Hotter Thou Government Bonds in Farm Column Got some cow peiio nM many iw you cnivutnl sow it big patch TAKE NOTICE Rov Dr Burgeiw will hold n series of Easter service each of lIul1lIopic FROM THE WIDE WORLD James Dick the called Rubber King who died at Olantfow Scotlaud March 7 bequeathed SftOOOOO for distribution among bin employees A dispatch from CountantinoplelaHt Thursday announces tint the town of Krnnkuri uorthoaht of Angora in Asia Minor dcMroyed by an 12thIKJl1l1knri IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The worst blizzard in ton yearn struck tho Northwest tho early part of this week Railroad troll ic mud buxinivui generally were suspended No services wero held iu many of tho churchf in North Dakota Sunday Soveu liftfHavers the crow of Moil oinouy Station on Cux Cod and live mon from the stranded barge Wndeua whom the Ilfo crew worn trying to Havo were drowned on Mot tiny by the capsizing of tho lifo bout John Y Altgeld former governor of Illinois clilltllit 709 Wednesday morning Mar 1J ExGov Altguld was stricken with paralysis while leaking to a largo atidicncti iu tho Chicago opera honed tho night pro vlou A bill id to ho introduced in Con gress for admission to Statehood of + New Mexico Okluhcinn and Arizoua also one to give Indian Territory a territorial form of government and changing the namo to tho Territory of Jotrentou The weekly bulletin of tho Marino Hospital service shows 2220 cases of nmallpox were reported during tho punt week throughout the United States of which CM proved fatal Tho total number of cased for tho sauio period last year wan tl1O of which lW proved fatal- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tho old log courthouse at White burg etcher county was destroyed by lire last Friday Tho blouse on Thursday lost adopted hill compelling mine opera torn to pay wages fortnightly Senator Doboo tins introduced bill in tho Senate asking for 70000 for a public building t Henderson Oov Beckhttm on Monday signet the Woatherford hill to limit the sale of cocaine nd other narcotics A bill hUN boon adopted in tho State Senate to make teachers in normal schools eligible us members of tho County Board of Examiners Rev J H Webster pastor of the Tar Ridgo Baptist Church Wolfo county surprised hia congregation roo coutly by having tho choir whistlo in stead ofsing Gen T T Garrard of Manchester Clay county died on the night of the lith Gout Garrard was a grandson of Gov Garrard tho second Gover of Kentucky 4nor BockhamlaHt Friday sign ed tho child labor bill prohibiting tho employment of children under 11 in mines or factories except by consent of parents and tho County Judge Widows children are exempt porsonJyear passed both houses of tho Legis lature last week The bill provides that tho jury must ho drawn In open court by the Jury Commissioners tillIe uu OBITUARY HAHT Jiimes M Hart was born in Madison county Ky Sept 8 1852 and died in Boron within two miles of tho homo where ho was born at four oclock u m Monday Mar 17 ItKtIMr Hurt was married to Miss Eliza Ilulett of Madison county on Jan 2b I8I5U Ills widow survives him Soirio time prior to his marriage ho WIIH hRplizdand joined the Baptist Church but about tho year 1872 he transferred his membership Ito the Church of Christ ul Boica of which his wife way a member and of which Church ho was a trustee when death camu to himIIt is tlxcellhmtnets man whoso word j WHS as good as gold ii friend to the l cst interests of his country n litter of evil n loving son to his aged parents a good brothI er a devoted husband andn Christian No tuna enjoyed more generally the confidence of all who knew him Ho served Dorea as postmaster for nearly seven years threo years under President Harrison roo appointed under President McKinley in Juno 18118 holding tho office at tho time of his death JlugRev Dr Burgess Rev Dr Froetpi President of Berea College and L V Dodge assisted by a male quartette composed of Rev Win Lod wick unci Messrs IIill Dick and King who ably rendered suitable selections of song The burial was at Beiira cemetery nail in charge of Boron Lodge No 1517 Fand A Mof which lodge Mr Hart was an active member iu good standing The opening fu aunt service was at the home This was for tho benefit of tho aged parents of tho deceased Mr and Mrs James Hart still living and past tho age of fourscore Dr Burgess rend Paaltn 2J following this with very fooling remarks suggested by Psalm 110 15 Precious in tho sight of the Lord is tho death of his saints President Frost followed with a sincere eulogy on tho lifo and personal character of Jumps M Hart an citizen neighbor and Chrstiun closing hiadllrPss with prayer The corpse was thou taken to tho Baptist Church on tile way to the cemetery where a large congregation assembled for the clos lug funeral services After a soles tion by tho male quartette Prof L V Dodge read a portion of the 15th chapter of Corinthians also tho first 7 versos of Revelations 21 fol lowing tho reading with an eloquent prayer After another selection had boon sung Dr Burgess preached a plain scriptural sermon on tho Assur slice of Thu Resurrection using as tho ground of his argument Pauls words in I Corinthians 15 chapter emphasizing the fact that the inner heart of man noels and calls for lifo beyond Another soug was rendered and President Frost addressed this larger congregation on tho lessons to us contained iu the past lifo and liv ing of the departed There was no fulsome pruistv so often indulged in on funeral occasions but heartfelt expression of thankfulness and appreci ation for sympathy encouragement and help he had received in his work from Brother Hart and every one in tho congregation knew that every word said was lncere and deserved Tho whole audience hero joined iu singine the favorite hymn of tho do teasel Alas and did my Savior bleed to the tulle of At the Cross Thin congregation took a last look at tho remains which wero then carried to the cemetery and laid in tho grave to await tho time when tho dead in Christ shall rise Our community is poorer Heaven is richer So teach us to number our days t Kaiclng Uonrlnic rioixl Washed down a telegraph line which Chas 0 Ellis of Lisbon la Inch to repair Standing waist deep iii icy water ho writes gave me a terriblo cold and cough It grow worse dully Finally the best doctors iu Oakland Nob Sioux City and Omaha said I had Consumption and could not live Then I began using Dr Kings Now Discovery and was wholly cured by six bottles Posi tively guaranteed for Coughs Colds and ail Throat and Lung troubles for Palo by all drugstores Price We and 100 RELIGIOUS THOUGHT firm ilrnurd from the Trnphlntc or All Oeuuiiiliinlliinii God gives to us we glow to what ho giveltevt M iiiiiphull IIUIiI byUrlmi St Loins llrnvrii uii linrlli Men need not ntwssarlly die to lie In lamen Home saints live today III mottt 1n the outskirts of luuveii Ir Alonzo Monk MftlxxllHt Alliinta Upon Cluifil Itcnllinl Jmu The duets of ninnya church with elaborate ritual and beautiful wremo nlitl have often been Klaiiinied In tin tint of JfKtis llevx Ur Robert S Mop Arthur HitptlHt New York llvr In the Imrnli j The man or the church thud lives In the past lives to no purixixc Iu those Inttiixu days of activity In every di jmrtmcnt of human IliItev Dr Ha ktr Ireabyterlun rbllutlelpldu Manhood IJcforr Miiiny Iluftlnixii carried on It there were no other interest While Inisl nhwhoodIIrtJutolluIiHI lure CblcallIIWhat we than anything else to olTmt the liiilu cnccH that work npiliiMt the iiwliito linnet of it loop personal rellKlotts In crest is rdnciittoij H v Nicholas ItI Wiiluli Catholic Boson K drliFliod nook Ooml iNHtkM ahPi xxl impirM leave their luipre upon t tilnd and heiirt like the river iiM n t land through uicutalrpa tI II Keen M iMllKt ttiiliiirff unlitxbefore thetVHcKiHni4 to fluff represent htm we must In i nearly like him us posjilhle Julia 1 Uockefcller Jr HnptlMt New York Illn of rarrntal len tupr Oh the Kin of pnreutal lKurinct It lies ruined more homes plntiKhteriil more liven bred more disease called tutu life more selflshnesH and tyranny more vice and crime than nil other canxes combined HnhliKloxeph Kninn kopf U U Philadelphia Not a n Theory but n Poet It U not In theology we are to hid out how to bl Christians hut It N In Gods own word and In the words of Jesus mid hU Interpreters lu tho IHbln Itwe study we find that we must not receive JCMIH us n theory but us a fact Ilev RtowJll L Bryant Methodist Chr CIIRO9lnnillnir on Firm Fonndnllitn Lifted up by the Kplrlt out of the worlds troubled sea and set securely on the sock of ARes the believer can not bo thrown lute confusion or bo made to feel that tho fomidntlonh or his life err falling from under Itev br W S Fulton Presbyterian Pitts burg Trnchlnir Ilir CoIrThe conscience needs conxtnutly power of revelation the vision of God Every man must follow eouseloneo but every man must see that hid con science Is taught of God and Is the souls window opening out on God Ilev Dr M nurnham CoiiproKntlnii nils tiL Louis Chrll the Only Wnjr Ior me the present oonttilns a large possibility of happiness for the frugal honest jwor end the future holds forth hope for more Neither rich tier j oor can be happy Each must take Ida woe to Bethlehem The Christ Is the only way lie says Conic and In him nlone Is there peace Archbishop Cor rlgan Catholic New YorkIOnly Sourer Have faithfaith In In your fellow men fnlth In God and lie Providence that governs the world In the midst of till clmiiKlK scones of lifo faith In God In the only source of assured hope the only secret of n true and worthy life till only key to happi ness tho only strength that Is secure net C J Mull Peoples Tabernacle Denver Mveknrmi or Stunt The evolution of 11HX yenta has Just begun to tench men the value of gentle ness and kindness to show them that more Is to be pilned In the long run by the employment of these agencies which make up I take It meekness oCI spirit thou by the use or employment any other force whatsoever Ilev Cy run Townsend Brady UplHcopntlnn Philadelphia The Spirit of the Age III spite of all adverse tides surely but steadily the commercial spirit has risen until U hits become the dominat tug material force In the worlds llfo of today The gravest danger of theI twentieth century lies In this fact these great forces are tho MTVIUIIH of men they will prove n great blessing but If they dominate every phase of lire they will be n curse Hov nngnoll Independent Now HobcrtI Evil of While 1IThe great evil of the small things In slightly modifying the details to Interest or nniiise others or to gratify personal vanity Not only Is there untruthfulness In society and In business but there Is more or less of It In religion There is a good deal of lying In pur public prayers We have all heard preachers and others tell the Lord things wo knew wore not soBor Dr J L Jackson Baptist Chicago Dont Use SpectaclesUnless them and if you lisp them lu sure they fit yoilr need oxauiinutionf correct glasses to ute It you dont need glasses will tell you s- oT A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Bereo Ky ESTABLISHED 186- 3MADISON MONUMENTAL WORKS Head stones urns nionti inentH and marble anti jran ito work of all kinds Prices governed by quality of mac terial Prices reasonable Only first class work done Allwork guaranteed f J T Hamilton Prop RICHMOND Ky MAIN 8TKKKT liMnlte HUnum Coal Van 2 ua FOR HANDMADE FANCY WOODWORK in hats sunbonnets fancy baskets of all descriptions napkin rings in allcolors Send your orders to MISSES M AND L CARTER flaunt KENTUCKV idles very reasonable ami all work This will save your Life useDrFor Jl Consumption Coughs and Colds The only Cunrnntood Curo DruggistABSOLUTELY CURES BronchitisWhooplug Affection of the Throat and Lungs FREERegular n 900Salary Men end women ol Rixxl idilrcM to rcpmenl ua nomu to Innel appolnllnR untA othrrn for lovnl work titer our intercut salary guaranlrotl yearly extra cominliwloin and IllIbJlhedhOIloto secure plpaiaiit permanent position and UUr al Income New brilliant lines Write at onre- STAFKOHU JUKSS Chnrrh 91 New flare Tonn 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE I TOADS r1AnKSI Anyone setnhtngakeiehanddeFriptlouwar- gnleklf urorlam our plan frM whetbe at liiTitnllon lipn bblr ratixitabltb Cummunlra IkmtflrtotlrriiiiadanUal IIwiibot knn IAlcuU etvnngpatntaIateotanxtlal iiofk without cbftrao In tbe Scientific Jltt1 rican a bandeamely Illaatrated weekl Taret dro an dentine na Terns U a ioubyanewadulanPPIUNN Braocli Offlce tfl5 1 9U WuhnnoaiJ Easter Suits IFOR Young Men ofNewtastefulPERFECT FIT GUARANTEED Specially tailqred sizes to fit all forms and a perfect SAVEYOUEVERY SUIT andupNeat Covington Banks u m DR M E JONES e Dentist tMillineryStore Office DaysThursday Friday Saturday of each week MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Meat MarI ket on Main Street Fresh Meats VegetahlesinM B RAMSEX Berea Ky Special sauce to Our Knxlrrn Tlil pqer la on Sic at the oilier of The Chi f tlltthfNlInterskean cantojirorriovnt of the age III ronnntltiii with theiiwUi of a great uempuptr It la a rare treat huuldbe 73I RICHMOND KENTUCKY U Three Years in Richmond And out of oil tho sets of teeth that have been made at my office if there is one set or any sets that show any defects I will make n new set free We are making the best set of teeth in the world for 750 and if detects show iu lye years we give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth have made or am goiug to make the best alloy fills iu the world at 75 cents DentistIeminent Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students rFair Dealing Pays And that is one reason our business is increasing Wesellfyou in a way to bring us your Future Trade and that of your friends For The Holidays i New Rockers Ladies Desks Couches Dining and Bedroom Furniture and many attractive articles to make the home comfortable Picture Framing Carpets Matting Rugs r UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky jIu i HARNESS HARNESS THE LARGEST STOCK OF HARNESS Ii Ever brought to Bcrea Collar pads formerly sold for 40c our price jr c Everything nlsein proportion BICKNELL EARLY Berea Ky WN NNfNN NNs1NN N iN N HNti i l tl IA Fire Sale I iNOA SALE OF THE FINEST LINE OF LADIES i BUT 111 Gents Moots Shoes anti Furnishings in Kentucky SPECIAL TO STUDENTS and Citizens of Berea yourChapelPow hits had his burnt samples replaced with a finer line See ihis spring stylesi rrtt are just what rOll are looking for WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION ou can get our goods from Pow at tho same price we charge in our store i Douglas Crutcher jNcsraHNNNN a I THE CITIZEN EUROPES HIGHWAYS PERFECT SYSTEM BY WHICH THEY ARE BUILT AND MAINTAINED Ionic of the Splendid nod In France llclKlnni and ItalyI11e i OtmIMM Spent lijr Littler Country on 1Her lllaltwar In Five Yenr It will IniereHt you to know about tho rends of France In that country there In no such diversity between the mate rind progress of the farmer and that of the merchant between the country anil the town ns In found In this country miys Isaac II Potter In The Gospel of i good Roads The fanners inosper mud have always prospered Every dollar sleut by the French government to bring Itself more closely In touch with IU rural population bas been well In vestedOf these roads of France are not built by farmers wbo work out their highway taxes after the manner followed in this country nor are they repaired by the use of plows hoes tir ccrnivers like those which are brought 1Into use at the annual farmers picnic takes place when you RO out to work the rood In your township On the contrary they are built nnd kept up under n system which la perhaps the most perfect In the world There I In an official In chief who takes charge l of all the main roads of the republic tfand requires from his subordinates complete reports at frequent Intervals In this manner Information Is always at hand showing the condition of the roads In all parts of the country Of course the work Is divided Into differ cut sections which In turn are In charge of subordinate engineers or su perintendents Broken stone la fur COUNTKT BOAD IN FllANC- Enlibrd by contract and conslderln the amount of labor accomplished each yrar on the French roads the cost Is urprlslngly small The roads of our own states at least the important tote roods should be maintained In the same way In nelgium also the principal roads are built nod maintained by the gen era government and In 1880 in the olno provinces of Belgium over TO per cfnt of the highroad were of this class the entire length of high class roads being 4173 English miles out of a total of 0280 of roads of all classes The best roads of Belgium are in the provinces of Namur Liege nod Lux embourg and permanent employees- are kept on the roads under the direction of the chief engineer of the provo ince for the purpose of insuring the observance of the regulations and look lag after the constant repair of the highwaysIn the main roads are under t the supervision of the state authori ties and are cared for with a studious regard for the requirements of tilt fanner and Inland travel Under the law relating to roads In Baden the duty of maintaining the road falls as follows Oae quarter each upon the town and county In which the road Is situated the remaining oae half upon the state treasury n f In Italy the minister of public works Is at the head of the department of public works The construction of these roads Is In most cases under taken by contracts the work being carried on under direction of govern ment engineers The government road laborers are called cantonnlers and are selected with great care special reference being had to character and honesty They must be of robust cons stitution and must be able to read and write Each one of these contonnlers Is provided with a full set of tools and Implements specified by law Ills hours of work are from sunrise to sunset and each day he Is obliged to go over the entire track of road placed in his charge He must be constantly upon the line of hIs work In all kinds of weather and in case of necessity Is bound to work on public holidays Ills chief duties are the leveling nnd repair of the highways the removal of snow mud dust etc lie must assist travel Irs In distress and vehicles disabled by Occident or by weather and for any neglect of duty he way be fined sus pended or dismissed according to the degree of the offense Time lines accumulated during the year are divided among the deserving contounlers or given to one of the mu tual benefit association of which they are members Cantonnlers who serve with credit and distinction for three or more years are promoted and given an Increase of monthly wa es In the five years from 1873 to 1878 Italy spent about 10000000 on her roads although before that appropriation was made many excellent highways existed In all parts of the kingdom In 1881 Italy constructed about 120 miles of BItW road and had then about 11010 mules in course of construction Iu the Netherlands as in the coun tries already mentioned the principal roads are maintained at the expense of Ut itat TOPERS iOF FAIR SEX FACTS REGARDING THE GROWTH OF TIPPLING BY WOMEN Among the Cntmen nrrlliril IK Hi Hulilt of Sntiirntlnu dimly nn Cake With lliiuor Jinny ii IfIlRh Women Addicted to AlciilinllHlii Our women drink n very urea deal sold Miss Christine TenlliiK ot London during u meeting held ttndei the auspices of the Womans Chrlstlni Temperance union lu Washington English women continued the speaker are drinking far more than the used to and by the statistics cutlet from British death reports It la seen that women nre going to the bath from alcoholism faster and In greater pro portion than tneiii There Is plenty ol room for White Illbbbners In England We Ulbboners there do our work III very much the some way that Is lr departments as you American womei do I think drinking among women in our country Is due greatly to the grant lag ef licenses to grocers Engllsli grocers have been licensed for sums forty years The action was taken In the liMIt place as a temperance leas ure It was thought that If there were snore places where people could get light wines there would bo n noted decrease In the sale of stronger liq uors njul the public IIHUSCH would not be so freely frequented The grocers license Is a big fallacy It did not make n bit of decrease In the sale of stronger liquors and It did not make the least whit of difference In the attendance nt public houses anti bars It has led to heavy drinking among the middle and upper classes The women of these classes go to the licensed grocer mind carry nwny under their own capes bottles of brandy and whisky taking the liquor In their car riages to their homes nnd here charg hog the purchase of the Intoxicants to such things ns candles anti groceries no ns to keep their husbands In the dark regarding their wives free use of intoxicating spirits English ladles get Into the practice of drinking while doing their shopping In the candy shops those confections called by the English booze sweets are sold In quantities to children At entertainments sponge cake soaked In alcohol Is served It Is no uncommon thingIn fact n most usual eight to see ladles enter barrooms In England for their liquor These are not the lower classes of women either but well dressed handsome and talent ed women They go In these bars with their husbands Young girls go In alone Mothers go In for n drink cur rying their youngsters In their arms I nm sure that the employment of women bartenders Is one prime cause for this unusual drunkenness nmong English women With n woman sere ing the liquor it has become most nat ural for women to enter the barrooms and ask one of their own sex to serve them recommend both In this country and In England that nil White Rib bon workers and others who sympathize refuse to buy their supplies from licensed grocers The speaker said she most thorough ly believed In Individual work among Individuals She told In nn Interesting wanner of Lady Henry Somersets col ony for the redemption of Inebriate women at Duxhurst England She told of the mode of living as adopted there and of the duties the patients performed out lu the bright sunshine where their thoughts were not allowed to run free riot with their progress in the course of treatment how Alcohol Illffem Front Wnter A strange thing ubout alcohol Is that it kills almost every form of life Some recent experiments show that certain germs caujlvt lu alcohol under special conditions but these cases are ex tremely rare Xo tree or flower or plant can thrive If watered with alcohol and water One reason for this Is not far to seek Water Is uu nbsolutely es sential thing necessary to nil forms of tire whether animal vegetable or Insect The properties nnd qualities of alcohol however nre directly the opposite of those of water and while water sustains life alcohol destroys It because It Is greedy for water It self and has the power of drawing water away frown other substances rrohlliltlon Im Dr Kenyan of New York In a recent sermon made excellent use of the fol lowing prohibition peas which he said were too good to remain III the pod Prohibition prevents poverty protects property promotes pence produces plenty procures progress perpetuates Prosperity provides pleasure prophe iles paradise Au Extra Harden Whether lu health or disease alcohols something added to the work the body has to do It Is something that III helping the processes Unit nre work log against us and I therefore hold Is n substance that should be avoided under all possible conditions IrofesS ir O Sims Woodhead M D InniBB e Nor Umnkard Widow- A drunkards widow In South Dakota has been given 1800 damages against a saloon keeper who sold liquor to her husband after she had warned hIm not to do so The husband com nlttcd suicide nnd the court holds the mloon keeper responsible French Ort Wine Illlilieri The 40000000 people of Franco drink more wine than the nearly live tines as many inhabitants of Germany Great Britain and the United States awl lard Drinker It la said that every tenth death In Switzerland Is caused by the use of Intoxicants TILL SUNDAY SCHOOL u LESSON XIII FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES MARCH 30 Text of till ICJMOII liilin i 1114 Memory Verm in 11 Uoldrn Tex John xl 2 Cotiimontnrr 1rrjinrr h Ilrv U M Strums Copyright ly Amtrlran PrpM Aittdatton 2 They have tkpn away the Lor tint of the MpiilcIuT and we know 1I0t where they have laid luau Those ewer the words of Mary Mncdalciic to fete and Jiilm uu her return from the wpu uhcr early on the morning of the team rectlou tiny An nil the losson of thl quarter haw shown us the power iiiul Ings of the risen uiiJ nxcontlcd Christ It U not iiinltw uu this review tiny whit happens to Ill Easter to oou lilor ngali specially Ills resurrection Wo See III these women as lu the apostles true U llovorx In iiiul followers ot the Lord Josti with life mill the future all dark to then because they knew hot the nwurrpctlur mill they knew not because they brlivvii not In the lessons of the quarter lllC have Knii tlumsnmU upon thousands men mill woinoii Hindu now oronturos III the power of llis miurrrctloii We nets to be oftou riiiihuliil that If Christ be risen nil pronchliic U villa und nouo hus been saved or ever will UP hut Chris being raised ut from the dead anti Imvlni all power In hoavon ami rarili every put pose of the Lord shall bo performed tI Cor xv IJS- t Tho two disciples rnu liooiiuso ot Mnryi UHKMCC mid rule Iho lleofost lit the two arriving lint stooped Mown mu looked In and saw the peen clothes lying but he did not SII li It nay have sceniei to him too sncrod n thing to step Inti such a plan or It may b that ho ftnroi ho mltflit see till prvHiiun liody doxocrat Ill lyiiu flMwhort in the tomb We awn not know fully bill thoughts and feeling until ho shall sore day toll us hlnisoK but this wr uroly know that If ho IUIlI bellevetl hits Ixirds words he would 1I0t Lave scrim surprised to find an emptj tomb lint might rather have joyfully ex claimed He Is risen 5S Peter more impulsive when In conies Bws right inn the sepulcher then John follows stud they both tee tin linen clothe lying ami the nnpkln tha was nlxiut Ills head rraiid tnctthcr III n plnwliy itself mid they Iwllcvtil Mary tosttmuny that the body teas not In Its tomb but lie nnd tlmt nil to what become of the body thug were wholly In the dark ns the eres fullnwinx iwtify- t For as yit they knew imi tin Scrip lure that lie mii t rllll again frill tltIIII ItoMden Ills own uft np Mtii wools they mlRut with aiminiiil jii have sect Ilk iiKurrwti m In IV xfi H- Iha xxvl In 10 Hi i or III least a strung Htigitmukiii f IL but their hearts wore set uptui a kingdom wuicli according to their way of thinking wa to bo established there and then nUll Lie Ing fillet with their own thoughts The bill no place for Ills thoughts and per poses 10 11 The dUclplos wept to their owr homo but Mary remained at the sepal chor weeping Luko Kny that Peter do parted wondering In hluisclf at that whirl wilt come to pass tlluke xxlv II lint believing tint Christ was tlllllI but be llevlng dimply that Ilia hotly was not III the tomb nail wondering what had be conic of It and what It all meant W nre reminded by the disciples nnd Mar of a time when every man went to own homo Jesus went unto the Mount of Olives John vil KJ vlll 11 llyou ever see n precious hotly laid away from your sight and the friends and rein tins all went to their liomcx hurt you laving left that with was the house It which till ono who wag dearer to you than life had lived In the tomb felt that you no longer lad what could lie cutlet home If co you can sympathize will Mary 12 13 Womnn why weepest bouT Thus spake the nnglU to her and she on twera in about the same words the hail used to Ieter and John Words ncom Idlt when there Iii tills aching void In tilt heart unless they come from those whe cnn truly sympathize who have themselves experienced our sorrow M 15 Woman why weepost thou This time the worth nre from Jesus Him self DUll they mean snore for He can is touched with n fevllug of nur Infirmities Hob Iv Iii IU It would seem that as Mary faced the angels and they spoke tu her she must have seen them looking at some one behind her anti ns she turned to see whom or what they were looking at she supposing she saw the gardener speaks to him of the body she cannot find I imagine her talking to Him whom she no loved and not knowing Him hut see also chapter xxi 4 and remember tlic two who walked to Eminnus with JIliu and knew Him not till they taw Ills hands as He broke bread In the house How grief and unbelief tin blind us und lion touch sorrow we might escape If we would only believe God Mary Master What n heavenly multiim In puree Just one word from each hut heart meets heart In those two words Flit heart broken Is comfort ed the Father of mercies anti hidof nil comfort pas spoken Whether It bo ns Frederic Wlililield says time sorrowing broken hearted Vary or tho tried mid ter titled disciples In the upper room or doubting Thomas or the weary disap pointed toilers on the lake ax Jesus shows Himself the risen Christ to each nil Is made right nail the all suulclcncy of Christ for every state of mans heart Is nmdo manifest The heart of man raids only to set Jesus Let Him present Him self and nil will bo well and time heart will be hued with joy and gladness and repose quietly In Him 17 ascend unto my Father nail your Fntlicr nnd to my God arid your God The question Is often nuked Why did our Lord not allow Mary to touch Him when fust a little later till same morning He allowed the oilier women to hold Him by feet milt worship Him Matt xxvlll 0d Why not l content with time U rdn jwn reason Par I am Tat yet ascended to My Father flue Inference U plain and easy that before the other women met Him He hail ascended to Ills Fattier and returned During the forty days Ho evidently ascended amid returned many times before the visible ascension Hlneo which he has not yet returned but Ho will Acts 10 and soon now 18 Her tears were dried her heart wens 1101 andshe went as Tile messenger to jomfort others ns they mourned nUll Sept but ns she told them time wonderful itory they would not believe her Mrrk awl 0U Neither did they nt first Le hove the two who saw Him later on the mine day and when In the evening lIe ippeared unto the eleven lIe upbraided them with their uuttcllef r THE f SCHOOL Ii L 1 NEGRO CONFERENCE TUSKE GEE ALA At the eleventh nununl session oC the Negro Conference ut Tuskogce Ala Feb 18 20 tho conference adopted tho following declarations 1 In connection with education and moral anti religions training we ru cognizo that tho foundation cud growth at our race are to ha found In ownership anti proper cultivation of tho Roil f freedom from mortgaging lands crops or stock raising load supplies at homo keeping out of tin largo cities north and south prompt and willing payment of nil taxes i keopiugoutof tho courts avoiding nil lorms 6t extravagance keeping out young people off tho streets nod from public lounging placesstartingabaul account however small i holding farm ors iiiHtitutoH or local conferences and agricultural fairs 2 Wo must keep constantly in mind the fuel that time masses of our people depend for their tlIcntioll- upolItho public schools These should bo strengthened every point espe cially by lengthening the terms and securing bettor teachers i Wo rush not overlook tho fuel that we depoud largely for our living upon tho common occupations that are aboit our doors domestic me chanical and agricultural Since nl present especiidl in the South thww occupations are oponKo us wo should give careful atteiitjou to lilting our youth for these callings I Wo would advise the teaching of agriculture iu the public through tho children should imlnI41I upon the parents tin Tallin of the dairy vegetnbingnnlett and poulJ yard to ovary rl1milyii5 Wo recognize tho groat work to be done for the Fohoolx tho churches and publio imprivem nits especially in tho building anti maintenance of good public roads In tho promotion of this and every needed goalwe pledge our most Imnity co operation with our white friends north and south Its urpt III Lrg Twelve years ago J W Suliivpnof- Ilartford ono scratched his leg with n rusty wire Inflammation mind blood poisoning sot in For two years ho suffered intensely Then tin best doctors urged amputation but ho writes I used one bottle of Electric Bitters and 12 boxes of Uucklcna Arnica Salve and iny leg was sound and well an ever For Eruptions Eczema Tetter Salt Rheum Sores and all blood disorders Electric Bittern has no rival on earth Try them Only DO coot- sYOUR POSTMASTER IM the authorized agent for TUG CITIZEN Give him Firrr CEXTS nnd ho will send it to tin lit wo will scud Thu Neatest Cleanest Newsy Newspaper you ever read one each week for n year POSTAGE STAMPS TAKEN Hunger of Colds und IM tlrlnpo The greatest danger tram COMA anti la grippe is their renulliug iu pneu monia If reasonable ears is tmctl however and Chamberlains Cough Hemedy taken all danger will bo avoided Among the tens of thous ands who have used this remedy for these diseases wo have yet to learn of a slugla case having resulted in pnou monia which shows coucliiHively that it is n certain preventive of them dan gerous malady It will cure a cold oral attack of In grippe in less time than any other treatment It is pleasant nod safe to take For fnlo by S E WELCH Jn nnnn nvpromptly obtain V a and Foreign lorilfllCrllIOrt n nnn Jos Could Nut time Stood It If hed had Itching Piles Theyre terribly annoying but liucklons Ar nica Salvo will euro time worst CURe of piles on earth Ithascurcd thousands For Injuries Pains or Bodily Erup lions its the host salve in time world Price 252 a box Curo guaranteed r THE FARM n l I THE COW PEA DETTER THAN GOVERN MENT BONDS Yen sir tho cow you hits boon the salvation of the farms ill North Caro lion So mi id a progressive young farmer writorImi minor young man wan u native of N O had spout tho most of his life in that State ho had been observant raid had goal reason forhis earnest praise of this truly voidable farmer frtrml For twenty years ISSOIKX I hud good opportunity to form an opinion as to the value of the cow pee hllvo watched it under ninny circumstances mind iu many sections of time country 1 tiara planted it in Souihuru ISImoiH Southoasl Missouri nUll Northeastern Arkansas and in uv ry III stance with great profit to laud sad stock of nil kinds I have serum throw in cultivated in Florida leer gin the CiirollnaH and TnnnHtiy and today ii I was a farmer in Kentucky WtllIIcorn or vow p us profit tho cow veil would get limo choice every time fIll cow roes does not impoverish the land earn data you can rajno a paying crop of craw teas on laud that will not bring thrmv barrels of corn to time acre you can sow five peck of cow puns ou an acre of early wheat Hi libido double shovel them in and in September out two tons of IIrt1gcrob grins and puns worth SIB u tOil front thu nun nnd leave your lnud in letter condition fur till purpOMts ihnii bifom sowing tilt pens Please underBtHiul this in nut on1IlrouIIIof several years If I hinda good cow end could get seed in no other way I would suit the cow JUKI buy cow peas if I had to pay ffi n bushel for them After this If you iwe good judgment and ordinary industry toucan have sued to still Quo word about tho crab grin a and cowpeas raised on wheat stubble Ifor Ihrct winters I kept homes and rows I in splendid condition with pmctioallv no other feed The horvi won iu prime working lit and Ibi etA s yield 11111thoflail out what I could an it Iny in tho snow and when I got to limo bottom there store peas in plenty for Koed and for sale Ill tho winter of 81 I purchased small worn out fnnu in Clay county k Ark The farm hud hems run forlO 1t l year without furl ilhrs and rundown Cotton had Iron thu principal j crop raised A Hold of about seven FacroHnoar tie house was so poor that It would not make cotton north gath ering and Iho reason before purchas rjt- ai limo place oats wore sown in this 1 4 flout I know that time yield wits less 1 iilMJpooled to got off tho limed My reply was sassafras ami persimmon sprouts There were millions of them nil the land Well got them off and ns early in Iho spring its postihto I plow ed the field about the middle of March I think flue first wok In Slay I tun double shovels over thu laud hot It ways cud thoroughly pul wrized it by Irmrmwlug When I lalji- it to my notion I sowed broadcast R pecks of 11llippoor willa speckled bunch vaiiwty peas to time micro using mho double shovel o cover them fol lowing with the roller leaving the land in such fix that thu man of whom l bought the place asked my wife if I was going to buy brooms to sweep it Now for the loxults About the first week In August I tnoVod the crap i nd when iu condition I stacked it in oovircd rail pens In less than Olin week nftortnkingollthu trop tho liuld WAit covered with liow growth from the roots Thu neeond cropt Jrow rapidly and furnished mo with pasture for half u doyjii cows und soweral sows with their pigs tor two months at least ImiMtw leaving u bODll coating of wines olotofciMpiho land fiuui washing away by tho win lr nuns Of tliu crop saved I sold ono pen for RBti oniih Ibo remainder I put in the bnrn mid froui It I foal for full five mouths NovemlMir to April three Versus five cows mutt ROVUII yearlings nil ootnine out lu the spring in excel kitt fix living hte than ten biiMhols of corn or nay uthur few timing this time ubsldus this otJr mime hundrwl Miiokeos fitl ihumKolvHd from tint pile 1hs next year I sowed peasI jgnin on time lifld with better results Iu the spring of K7 I planttti earn on iholnnd gathettng in the fell iipwimls if JJOO bushels of sound corn from thl- nvld which four years before yieldwl eds than 40 bushels of inferior outs por fertilizer I put buuk a portion of ivhat I luau taken from the hind and lathing ubi Of eoiirno tho imstur ng nftor gathering crop holpctl In this matter To 14uniluawll I RIPANShave r f helped mo wonderfully I do not know nay particular way hevnffect t me limit they Hconi to giro vigor to the entire system I haul a nortof laiigtiid fooling hut since taking thoTabulea I feel ppiritetl mid have not that melancholy WilY nhout me I think they aw good for n general buildup of tho Hyt tem an they HOOIII to act liko n 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Student n Charles M Sheldon idulhnflnllSltfllfakmn tkapn At lust IIIP JmljtPH ripiipaicil nod one of tbcin mouiii l the iilnlfiiriii and tutu forwnnl lowly Mnkt It Itrlof orlcil BOIIIO ono In tlii Junior olnsH Rom nf the mull nio Inupliwl nnd oilier lilnncil whlllltim rcildcnt steady rolll11 hhl- IIrlli to itpiininil oiilir i Mr Ireskh ntM Bald llio Judge with n good imtitml umllc I linvo IMHJI n rull4 i boy myclf I lont lutenil to make a uptwcli on this occtiHlnu H it you nrv sung out the ulreI tlmt had Interrupted Ito first tune sluts nil of It ri tlltd tIi tlmlr IUHII pliKiwintly Flit JuilKtx nwanl the plaae In thlH voutcxt to Juan W WHitou tad turn pnnilpinontum broke louse amonc tin students ill tit Jnilse 11 tnj t to tell VIIH Mr llluke thus I Itrmutrnd to tilvc up the Sumttty study hllUItitllL Bviii Edward In lilt llrot mo imnt of Ulmppolutinctit could out kelp tlilnkluic uf how niiith he could illS with JfBO In the wiiy of new bookH or u null of clothes that he nettled very mucbHe choked down his focllngH and THB tutu linn to Hhnko haudd with hlr rival ng till nuJIcnce noisily dlupcnrd the niiintitra of the two Nurt ikw trrlnc to tour down onrh otlitrn llniw nod lliuilly wtuilhiR tip ut evenings oxflttuiiiiit with a tree fur nil tiug contoHt at fie foot of tIle tlmp d stops ontmldc Tho iirmildiiit Wnrnily congratulated Imlli npunlutrs After nil Illnku you tilt RplvudM ly You lire Improving In your dells cryDoyon think wit ltd ward wns n pile tlle1 at tho prontdcntii ulucero litaHo Of coons youre wore or KM dlsap PHliltcd right tine ndded the prefl dctit keenly rviidlnj iMwanlM feet lujt lint wlnnliiR the prize Unt tho main thing lu a delmto The innlii thtiiK bt to my xuiiuthliiR thnt ought to ho Mild and Hoy It It you meant It nod wauled others to hollevc as you do Kdwnrd look It ipilutly and titter ward reiuoniliorod ho prusIdeutH ho wan really too uiuch 1IIIIOI111OflllCll to lio heljicd much hy It now Ho was going out the pliitfirnn liy wny of Iho roar exit when Ireeda who Imd CIMIIO up to tho edge of tint plntfunu with Mss Sotun called to him Nod wont you RO over with IWTjird fiotuowlint reluctantly turn ed and oniiiv down tho platform steps mil johittl them think you did Hplwidldly cried Mliw Seton who Win an onthuslastlc girl with flue brown eyesi alit Irrvgu- Inr fonturon If Id hceii the judges I would have given tho rewnnl to you warmlyIruoinuiHte iilthouRh Hue hud u Ural of the Itlnkv family chuiacterUtlc- of nwvrvo Somehow Kdward begun to reel n lit Ue hotter Whon they went out ho awkwardly wont along hy Miss Seton while Fivcdn hy Iho shin of her room nut continued to discuss tho decision hillovo It was hecnuno you put In tint quotation from Judga Hrowcr site sold deeldidly Why thought that wns one of tho tiMt pnrts uf my argument It WIIH tho best written part anyway sold Kdward with a short laugh Well lint Neil It was n little too lung dont you think And then It struck toe1meths spoke with less as Kiinuiiv thnt possibly tho quotation did nut exactly lit lu with your urgu meiit im to tho Injustice of the war It tho fiuistlon lint boon on oxpaimlon It would lure boon more npinoprlnte- IJdward felt surprised What into you boon doing Head lug up on polities lie thinks wo tilrl dont do any thing but potisip al cut the hnJs and try to say Hiniirt things about ono an othor Freeila observed to Ida Wo ore nut tpilto frivolous as you Imagine Mr IHuke mild Miss Seton Wo here tely clubbed together null Biibsrrlbed for a dally paper and It Is rend by turn at mealtime Were Im proving our niluiU Kcrlously thanks to Frceda and Miss Olmnuhiff Im glad to hear 1t Do you enjoy U asked Edward comiwhnt Solemn 1Idont relish It very murli with my meals lio replied LIr iiuR Id rather tall about footbnll iinv time Would gall i lwnnl askiil tnly nail then tint thinking f nnyilhM else to soy In lapMil tutu his iiiosil spruce 1ivedn nail MU Situn nun metitcd on the ovftitu of tin cvcuinx until the In81is hall tens rciKbcd Kdward had mid good n tt slid tnriUMl to KO when IIsa Scion called after htm Ho cnnic back ntmlu Krrodn had Ktnrled up tilt steps uf the hall nut was halt way to the forgot to tell you 11t Itlnko talks Ida In n low voice that pramta Ireeda to give up thtr Rntulny Mto4y floor tlitx She until you Would glVv up If would ldwnrd wns imbnituMiNl Why of eutlrsri1 dlil prouiiw Ill jlvo It up till right Fiats all Miss Seton said toil thou turned and rut up the III PItA Kdwnrd stood nwkwnnlly looking At her until she vniHtdiril with Frccdu tutu thin hall Ho slowly wont lack to iLW own riKim and whet there helvept over nil the events uf the evening Ho could not conceal fruits hlmnelf thin t he vas dCiply UlHapiHilnloiI till deciHlon of tutu Judges He lord very conlldent of nueces Ho did not liiIIeve that ho had boon overconfident Siiinehiiw ht could tint hilp fifllnii rather bitter toward the Judge The marking of tilt JudKos had Bern Rlrct him ax he wax gulag out mid lu Tllil nil wl live points below WUNMI In dO livery Mm even allowing nV sl d nlj to his oiiponeiit on ncmunt of his mldl tlunnl exierlence Mtlll Mtleari ntnb booty protested to hlmwlf thAt Uie Judgtn were oven If natonsrhniiiljr lirejtiiliceil against him lie trlid with nine lionvnty to put this JtHUroem out of his nilnil lint when lie finally went to Ind lie was unnlile to lu no stud It was the last thought lie had that lkv HlMtwl In staying with him When lie swine tin some thoairitt lassesstd stint sinew He even Bald oit loud nl lie wnlkrd till door affording to Ills custom nliHtf Vlllts W4 nt awnr Ill never racer ttuotbir i nint lheres nn j Mice In IL If the IWIIUM were till ten on slips ami throws limn n till first inn Iu out was gi tit plate It would III ftir er t even look up the lltrnirj work the Mpfr during tilt week that r wed wroth Rival reluctance ntitl distaste The Jndgm deeteoi KtHineil to have disheartened lilni Mow Is this Kdwnrd ltnke college spnleutl- fro you nttlng the stnmlnnl Tot your ineiitnl effort by what Utl can win out of It In the wny of nwvnrlsYtr In tint your final goal of development the Owning uf Hiinu ouo eU However he was too well balanced naturally to nmke nn nlloRethrr f Mllb juilKinrnt The next day Ire felt sotto what iiHliiiiiiuil of Ills feeling nnd even went tar nn to JO out of his tear to stay wiinothliiff unusually lararaut- to Wilson iuiicirnltiK the Incident of the ilcliate VIUon was guts enough to stay honiewhat cordially Fact to UlnlUII ilemrved nitich hlullPr markH I dont feel us If It WAS fttjj thins lint luck Knve thi iltwtftou to me Ihs reinnrft dlil trot comfort 1Mwonl iniieli seeing that It vtn oat luck thuS he hat liccn crltliHslinf but the fiillmv i f tho Judges tii upiireVlAto n really good thins whets they heard It lie licpiu work again on his studies before the vpc k was nut ambition nt least In that direction and vrhou another Saturday came he had nljnoct recovered his eiMianlnilly It was Ids regular evening for raltluic at tho ball to see Prveda mill he went over taking with him n copy of IhoI last college vapor which liad sushi out the day before He wanted to how her the article he had hall reprinted from the innpizlne that had accepted his llrst effort Ho had hMined mwiwl Hlon to reprint It nail he knew Ireeda would shun In the pleasure of looking It over III the college pajuir When lie went lulu the parlor I reeds wan already there walling fur him Site xcemed to be unusually exdtod over something hut she Flu down and lookeil over the article lu the college journal tutu pntlHinl It highly to I wands gnat pleasure They Were still talking about It when Miss Svton came In She nt outs went over to the corucV where they won sitting and jnliunl lu the eonx ersntlon Phil you know we had started a llleniry club hero In the halt Mss South nakiil ax Irecda turned over the leaves of the college iwper anti made HOIIIO inlet comment on its gen iriil appearance Ireeda told me you won thinking of Koniethng of the sort roplled Id waiil politely enough hilt wltti more coiulescotiMlon than Miss Solon liked Thinking of It Weve onmulzcil ono nod Its been going n mouth Vo have n paper of our own called The Inkstand should think The Typewrites would lie more approprliito to tttrse modern tlnien said IJdward- We use pros near here They are more literary than typowrliers Sri tit Ink on my lingers Downt tool look like an nulhor IQs mil write the most biiiutlful verses Ned You ought to see sums of them Im tint a professional writer like Pieedn paid Miss Scion eolorltls She wrltcH for the paporsthe ivtil papers out III the world menu You ought to fee tho article site sent nwn two months ago It wax aa good as anything ever printed In lope College JmtrtiaIsflint was It about Irecdn7 nkltlI Kdward politely He wisp exceedingly skeptical of a girls nullity to do nay literary work worth while Ill go up stairs awl bring It down If you would like to see 1t1 asked Frceda with a slgnltlcant warning look at Ida She hint out nrul KhvNul wired ihr opi iliiiiity tn ask MN pirtnii u w1- alMMit tin Monday Mmly hid Iie ila Ni iiniii IIIr1 glvn It lie fluked and It a as inniMial lithint to link such n iiiestnn Yes Freesia and ilu witlitit Wb r- Hi iiciililnp r iicil is Iviinl si whnt roufUMML lie bad nut exiVirr to IK asked why Ktlld7iOh yes Suu Uiy n hard day to got through I always teal glad wh n its over Iiont you SoiiMtliucs replied rl vnrd He felt Hlnrmtil In the prseilrr of iiHinilslve yoiniK wumnn who aI tiltj nukwl a iUOMtlou at the end of a Ural What do you do nn Sunday lIe ttattiAI ollotlllr qutstkatsrsus In did not know what else to si Ob I Io to eiiuivli In tin morning and theta ilinnci tlju a nai ard tlKn a little walk lcrlutpsr I writs a letter or rind nail llirt ilif rrstsr twrvlie arid then tia nail KouiitimcM go down town If MtaH chiilinltiK reIw It and there U nn unusual we vice IIklI wliere hints my rfgiilai routine SntHlny What do you dot slat just then lrcetla iiitcn l ami Iblwnnl did Bl try to uns Mr li handed tit Kdward quietly tui e li a stNirkh1 In HIT iII IUIIHT ruiitnlniiiK un artblo marked In blur 1IIil Tlmts my artlrle Hlii tlnrc sir 1 nitl a Kflwiird ntnnil lit thf Hut this printed Ktamiuerid W want will Hints vlmt isay Its IKIII aeeejtteil 11 Iiild fur Mr IihIt il Mlfthtv nt I lure tin IIIk b I1i for It sold lrxda Miliii yliile Jllxe Set n ImiKnl iinil niiiilM tl flt ICll wanln liwldfruiint UcallyV- lleally Want to we It r Frriltook nut rd bar ure n ilrli ir y lMarin the Maine of till iuii Hint pub ILtad ihr IIrKdvanl tt0k It and ad it sieutt turn his tinned a Niimliig tar his sister tluiifl ficVn IIP calil li ailv berrr tluinlit y iii rul il It Vhy kaon vcal rf the lieM cur hn tried tl itt il this tr nod inner fjiju sir KiUI demurely You rite n f u duiliii1 iMsldcu I nwr you a ilillnr Mows tlait Why da toll fI t you pnuaUrt t print all the armlet s no had 11101I In The r illtp Imiiiul uil kits u n dollar nitbvr for ihiiuV hid Ky I w ulil li tlintr 111IIll jny It Rut hadiliit din v nuli ever hoer trig Hut It wns Miss S4ti Ihr ttmi eve Y u owe rue n dollar slit soul hnClIIi Girls luui il nt tin Imife that cauio over KihvuiIM fair hud awns venwa printed In no eastern pa liar lent week and I belong to the glib hoary iwcleD Id like HJ aee Uunu sold Edward Htupklvuiily He had MM doubt too Oci slag 1emllldhllltltOf couwe slue repliedstill laugh hug its she 11rnL out of the Whll rite wan pine KttWard over ItrWtlan article He won lookltlj ed to note the Interect that It Tbete were no prefetialcna at Owe writing Mid probably that the rvn son the editor had nmjrtnl It The article was an account of one winters experltiice when Frrfda had paid all her rwnmnal exiwnam In the wai1 of drawl ind books Me by a little esprit anent Jn poultry raising The 11Itldf IMllllllnon TIltIllImOJllt thing rise that would be accepted but 17udx rays uuc rlftM there lie atilt nevertlieletm she did out ioiueaf MtlHfiutluu at her lirst HIUIMM and KihvMitl among whoM laulis wus not was much he IltIHid you knuw that Miss Setoii hud t hind Buy verses prlntiilV be usked eau tloualy knew she had sent nil sonic 11Ito the Wayne Kintlinil iiatn her un cles piipvr In Non 1nk Yrs she howe lnor the vers s lust nlvht Kdwnrd inns silriit ns Miss Siton vuddelliy anHiiied Flier Mr Skeptic nretlie t vfIlook nnd believe Edward took tits MHr and looked sharply nt the place Indicated The 111I1Hr van n locsl sheet printed In n country town The uaiue of the editor Mlls Then as Murk Seton The verses wire printed lu a corner In lilt lirst column nail the name at the luttuin of themwaa itnud I hips Yea tliats my nom de plume Isnt It a good ono T for ids and Hope fur tin college And every time stmd In niiythlng to an editor he can rend my wish lu my signature I hop you will nwept and pay Dont you tlilnk It ought to move editors and iiiibUrthcrft that write siltut appeal Y SUc liMighPd again and lrrcda milieu In her 11IIOUtIHi wilt nun o ciiits In juntngv huIIII1oCIlUdlId ll did Nrd sow IllS lot ter wild Freda ioiiiluK to lids iv cue Uncle in queer In ninny ways Rut Im sure lie wuodut prlnt my verses just on IMf nt rrlnitonahlp Are V4iu siiriV nk1 Klwunl ItlltlI l lIrllljlljultm liiokiii uo dllT4Tttc sir she 1II holding the p iHr Iwlilml her rind ir lIiIu nt lil uii iriUt astute Ixhimlit 4iv T tlir win tinnlr Till iimuilNc vuii liiudi r1441 la was aplcer to nor of its who hind nn article ncitincil nnd pall fur hereteas niitlitiiK said nlMHit the klml of paper II ti lio owned IIu tlu irliv imltl tlirn Kninla IaXII not n thing diiiiit ray anytliluir alxiut verWs thiHili talll 1Mwuril trying to be linil Tie N1 That Isnt lili yon try Ing to rii out n a tiilmlcullty Au luw It w4inn to mi like IIIMM Inc tin mi n ntaki me pay fur Srt trot try Iaid tor In ixntasi sill up iii tiintr IVMiiv lies guar titslam wrote that Tiitnn n trust Iwvn formed In Iis sui fere inu to bay out nil Hi little uots nn1iU the Ioys said Miss Hiiii miiilin due t bellies In trusts nail shall nIt IOllt ritiliiil KibvnixU grin nlng Ill ny the ddlnr nil right It will SITVC you right l1 print theverrHii In 1h rulhr Jutirnul and make IHO pie itd thrn Im Kiw It ivint hurt tin nt any ulcifi tlii rinilur f yunr nitlilc In visiiKnyx isiw MlsM iU4d hind a lik hviiiliu uftrl n riding It and Ii nrd f atltaluehr xiiN who wnI UMiMi tn nttfiid iifn niinii cluMneN mi miDuiil of ILrlis vet gtil lids urtt d tint reply to this wIL Utens kl4lillU Will 011Ijiioiil Imiilts f orally of tilt girls In tin iiii inUht as well pay now he sold KdlnHx he rose to UL He gave 4uti of tin girls 4lollar und they aiccptid tlllliltIgone out JIlKB Sotoli ausred duwu gape snddruly- lit you tllJllk t lllllt his fifliugH by what It1It about tin artuleV stir SfKf l rnibcr slowly nod eyed Frvedii ti night hilly Or c iiirm nut Nett uuienstood your liolisi rise dont think be did replied Miss 8 ton poKltvtly He tnkef most ev- erythliiff tHrlmmly nut be Isnt slow lu that sense Mhl Kret ln somewhat sharply for her SlayU nut but hi in vnf morions about welt eviTytldng Ylwu I told him tilt other nltfht that i hurl gjvefi uptbe Solidity shidy III looked aR huh- emit aa If icnHthlng dreadful laid lmp laved It would Kill mo to tAbe ovury thing an Mti luotily that Thems uu danger of tour dying uddenly Ida said Pntedn as they wtl ont of the parlor And still persisted Lila as If trying to defend her own Inck of twrioiiHiiuss I dont object to It In other looplo I like your brother n good dent latter than the chattering grinning kind like IOlIIlCh111gtoe Frwdn tilt out reply to this frank admumion unit after staying In the ball to chat with nouio newcomers n little while she went up stain As she went Ito her room sac wondered for the liMit time how she would feel Itte and her brother should lienIiIt mike tall other It was only n momentary thought The life of ILl InaJkjMuullnrjtlibrary nud on the grnundiD nail In general there wns a healthy mutual ntmiKpliere anent the relations that existed lwtveru them that was the best jsiKiliN nrguuieut fur tin eo educational idea so tar as this purlieu Ian part of It was coiiivnieil Ierha s Ilesiilrnt boyar exprensed the trill about It fist wbell he sail lure in answer to a tines Ion put to him by a visiting stringer who was unfamiliar 11Ithe lioys end girls iu our er ltlncilliollil wltlKls than theli is aiuoug the same hors and gin Ii m they meet one niiolhers home int sde of olig4 lull the fact Is ilithat lIi1 if them nn too busy witli the regular work f lie 0111I1M to contiaet saga gelurtils ir to sit ii nnywjiy s1 as to Interfeiv seriously Wltb the pmiiost for whleh they are lien Iii assiHlmloiiyif the siinleiit lu tbe Hilleg Is Imsiil uinti healll tint nuil rink nssoclaiioiis exaily tilt mime that exist iu Buy circle nf nllhbrhoHI families In a Ihrlstiati coiniinuilty of the fulled Stales whit boys and girls gr4iw up tojrithiT with- oat restraint and Inn freislom wild Is e1diiiii altised While nil tills tents emphatically true trite then only nee or twUe In the history of the cilhw hull auytlilin bapliened that even thin iiiemhs of a co4iliieatloiuil Idea could plow against it si the MUM time tlr president knew that wltb siv4ral hundivd studentx together In tin liutltlltloii It would lit very remnrknble It some nf them not occasionally flnd n warm dltlI ship or aciiialntnnee ripening Noniithliig moix 84rlons Hut it Is safe to say thnt lit was thoroughly surprlsI cd that winter nt nn event wl Ida eyea to one aide of the student life us iu had never sirm It before It was full three months after tho debute and Ivluanl tens vetojilng In ninny nays whh u rapidity lust ho bluimIf Will nut conscious of Ills nut virally shone U ggc4l KOIIMH unit pldeh iiider11111I IIS llllle llelt Ills ClICIlllicM he coils log more rip in their iniW4rs ills 111IWltb nil Ibis he had diviIoped ev4n further yrs if sseildi the iiiallths of olwtlliute ili lei iiiliiiillon nail his real love fur the truth wits no loss mingled with hits c4insctoiiHiii of mural up rllitiie s ihr tens aypurently no near er ii punitive iliilflon as to thin personal Christ Inn life Ills Mtlufnctloii with hiiiiself wns ns Mronjf as ever If the result of the delmti hml lllinililed lass lotelltt hal prUh nt this time his mural tirlilo haul out been tourheil or lessened Iio DE COWTIXOEDJ Iu Stow lii Cure tine Orlp- Ueinain qntotly at home and take ClmnilmrlHiuV Cough Remedy ns di rId anti n quick recoveiy is auto to RUYtondncJrOR iliuiK T Among tho tens of thous nulls who have used it for the grip repoitetlShut15 WKUH Ja- Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School IVoora who prism UiMnsulM ran spend as much or nits M they tIOOoIe on tiring oxpaotts It pf to buve a little ftttra money orlcet lute hi nke snd ether ihlutfr But the nelfi ur- ipeoiii an nolf u folloitm To lm i Uu Ural tai LADin HALL HAIX luelekslst Fee i w q s Vet I n limtt shut 2 OlIMTVJthootj iHpCHll I o0 00 HKm TlIIe1 I ln 2 fiwl Mt 2 W kltlof Laundry rFlm Mmlhs Board 5 w 500 L i5II0xWlk irtinliiv M Mo RaM S 00 6 00 BrHiimlug a Mo Ilwrd 5 00 28 W Geni Depmll resumed Tutnl W llrptiiKr IS Week 37 75 27 73 For Uuve Mnir Grammar deduct Iho 91 for- tarok nod tt from InrldenUl tee making the loUloiJjr tfUI77 When four girls room toftthermch sates f nn mast mid tl or more n lull tasking the total only V4I7A il IliwNxl uelon Grammar Fuel Ii cents more in Winter any cent Ise lu 8lrtnt terra Two roams tor bonMkecirfUKtiwiUi aorta etn ran utanUjr be rental for Iran JJ lq 16 a terra Tlifi price 4if u big colt a little taa Lark or n few lioiiirdjiuu bvl1I will ghea term f rrlmol which will cliaii o Duns wlioln life fur the hetterl la OrlppsYduickly Cured fin tho winter of 1898 and 18091 was taken down withx severe attack of what is called La Grippe says F L Hewett n prominent druggist of Winfield III The only medicine I usedwas two bottles of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It broke up the cold nod stopped tho coughing like magic and 1 have hover BIUCO been troubled with Grippo Chamberlains Cough Ueinetlycull always bo depended on to breakup a severe cold and word oil nny threatened attack of pneu monia It is pleasant to take too which snakes it tho most desirable and ono of till most popular in use for tlieso ailments For suite by S E WELCH J- oLOUISVILLE HENDERSON 6J 1ST LOUIS RY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS IIISTW- FESLouisville and St Louis IPallor Cars on Day Trains Sleepers on Night Trains For rates and further Information iddrcu L J IRWIN p Lou1aVlLLt KY I T THE CITIZEN rA MortgageOn Castle I and dead mans good inten tions are equally worthless to a t widow and her orphan children Take out a policy NOW while canVithtt dIdd+f IAIbi- r The Mutual InsuranceYI Company ofr Kentucky Mol fRn provide something SUBSTANTIAL for your widow and j orphans The New Perfection Policy incontestable from date of issueis the best life insur ance proposition in the field J C 1IKOK Jr Spcclrtl Agent Stale flank and Trout Illile 3Richmond Ky w II 1OUTKU IlUtrlct Agent term Hanking Company 1Iterea Kjr i BUY THE tH N IGf E SEWING MACHINE Do not bo deceived by those echo nd vertlse a 6000 Sewing Machine for 2000 This of n machine can be bought from us or any of our front S1b00tob18UO- WE MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tho Feed determines tho strength or weakness of Double Teeth combined with other strong points makes tho New Home tho Sewing Machine to buy ueorCIiiCULARSnttgY ro miniifftcturottnj prices betoro purchasing i THE nEW HOME SEWING MACHINE 60- K Union Sq N Y Chicago IlL Atlanta Ofc- St LouUMo Dalla8Tex8an Francisco Ot FOR BALE BY KytTHE MARKETS BT A 0 NORIIAN CIXCMNATI Mar CATTLECommon 4250 365 It 5CvShippers500 CAtvrsChoice600 660 It Large Common400 50- 0HoesCommon525 626 It Fair good light560 600 Packing635 660 SHEEP Good to choice 425 500 It Common to fair250 415 LAMBS Good to choice 600 635 Common to fair475 ft 565 WHEAT No 2 Red 861 CoRNXO 2 mixed New 6J OATSNo 2 62Q 46 HYENO 2 63 64 FLOOR Winter patent880 g 410 I fancy 850 365 It Family300 330 2J00lIAyIt No 2 1100 1125 No1 Clover 950 975 No2It 800 J 950 POULTRY Fryers per th 12 101HoostersTurkey hens 12 Toms Turkeys 9 Ducks 11 Eaas Fresh near by 26- It Goose 60 HIDES Wot salted 7 It No 1 dry salt 10 It Bull 61 6 It Sheep skins 60 6iItWooLUnwashed medium combing 17 18 Washed long 22 g 23 Tub wHhe 22 23 FEATHERS I Geese new nearly white 44 Itgray to average 38 t 42 Duck colored to white 28 35 Chicken white no quills 18 Turkey body dry 12 15 Tin Easy To Feel Good Countless thousands have found a blessing to the body in Dr Kings New Life Pills which positively cure Constipation Sick Headache Dizziness Jaundice Malaria Fever and Ague and all Liver and Stomach troubles Purely vegetable never gripe or weaken Only 25o at all stores drugI r N NNNNNNNNNNNN1- LOCAL AND PERSONAL i NNNNN NNN NNNNN N Burdelte S Sons are making addi tions to their plant Corn laud to rent on shares Hay to- sell11 K PASCO Miss Lou Flan ry has gone to Chicago where she has secured employ wont The sale at Mr Sam Dcatheragefl last week was well attended and good prices ruled Real estate bought or sold Prompt attention terms reasonable J W HOSKINS Berea Ky Miss Bettio Lendergrasa of Major paporICaleb Cope moved from the Cornel ison house on Center St to the Owens property on the same street Wednes dayMrs Dr Rachel B Gleasou and daughters from Buffalo X V are staying with Prof and Mrs L V DodgeThe spring term starts out with the largest attendance ever known at this time of year with a great many new students from all directions President and Mrs Frost were in Louisville Thursday the President being called there on business con nected wiih the State Y M C A The subject for the morning sermon at the Baptist Church next Sun day is Christian Endurance at night Four of Satans Snares The Church of Christ at Berea Dr Burgess pastor will coon be incor porated under the laws of the State Prof L V Dodge has the matter in chargeBerea needs a city scavenger and all earth elosots in the corporate line its of the town ought to be abolished to bo replaced by properly constructed boxes or suitable iron garbage bucketsRev R R Noel pastor of Silver Creek Church desires a full attendance first Lords Day in April The Sundayschool will be reopened at D80 a m Please bring your little missionary barrels full Rev 0 L Sigafoos pastor of the First Reformed Church of Hastings on the Hudson N Y enroute to the Chautauqua at De Funiak Springs Fla spent Thursday to Saturday at Berea visiting the College We wish to say to our readers and friends who may wish to mark graves of friends and relatives with suitable monuments that we do not boliore you can do better than to call on JIT Hamilton Madison Monumental Works Main Street Richmond before placing your orders- A Parish House for the use of theI Berea Church is to be built right away The lot between the Davis House and tho Music Hall on Ches nut avenue has been donated by tho College in lieu of the natural rights the Church had in tho Chapel recent ly burned and at the last midweek service of the Church a committee of seven persons was appointed to solicit subscriptions and perfect plans CorI building the Parish House RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Hull of Berea Lodge 617 F ft A MIWHEREAS tho Grand Architect of the Universe in His Divine wisdom removed from us on the 17th day of March 1902 our dearly beloved brother James M Hart who became one of ua in October 1890 TlIEnEFORE BE IT RESOLVED that in the death of Brother Hart Berea Lodge and the Craft have lost a faithful and constant member his wife a loving husband his aged parents a dutiful son tho church a consistent and devoted brother and the commune ity a valuable patriotic citizen RESOLVED further that we tender our devoted sympathy to his bereaved family and mingle our mourn ing with all who honor his life so well spentIRESOLVED that this Lodge wear our badge of mqurning for thirty days that these resolutions bo spread upon tho minutes of tho Lodge that u copy be forwarded to tho widow and that they be published in TueI CITIZEN also in the jfaaonio Home Journal LADAvis Committee j W IL POliTER T A BouisoN h When you wake up with a bad tastol in your mouth you may know that you need a dose of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets They willI cleanse your stomach improve your appetite and make you feel like a now beingI MNMNNNNNNNNINNNINNNN N 1I CORRESPONDENCE rNNNN NNNINNNNNN NN ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD- J S Lambert went to Richmond on business SaturdnyJ J Martin purchased of Summers Sims who is going West a cow and calf for 22 Joseph Bullies is said to bo plowing rain or no rain J W Todd is run ning three saws cutting hooch and su willtmove pur chat ed from J W Todd Grandma Northern died at the residence of her sou Henry Northern ugo 93 years The burial was at Viars graveyard T C Viars of Rockford and A W Stewart attended the funeral of James IL Hart at Boron Tuesday Many people here are saddened by tho death of James M Hart His family and his wife have our warmest sympathy Mrs J F Simuis who has boon dangerously ill and under the care of Dr C Robinson of Heron is bettor and able to leave her bed MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE All the churches are preparing to have exercises on Easter Sunday h Mr L D Henderson who has been ill for several days is much butter Mrs Lizzie Green died at her home on East Fourth street Thursday morn intf She had been married but a short while While Miss Maggie Robinson and George Jackson the noted Pearl Bryan cab driver were driving from Germaulcwn to Mays ripe Friday afternoon their horse be came frightened and ran away throw ing both of them out of the buggy Fortunately they escaped with a few bruises Mrs Agnes Holmes of East Sixth Street is indisposed with nervous indigestion William Straw der of Cincinnati was in town recent ly on business There will bo a liter ary and musical Vntertainmeut at the Methodist church Saturday evening It promises to bo a rare treat BO dont fail to attend Admission 5 conts Mrs Ann Pearl continues critically ill at her home on Maddox Street Little hope is entertained of hr re covery Mr Abe Whaley of Catholic Alloy is quite ill with rheumatism OWSLEY COUNTY FLOYD Died on Sunday March J at tho home of John B Sandlin Mrs Catherine Hornsley aged 89 years The burial was on Monday II H Rice of Sebastian is hauling logs to Baker Bros mill He is going to erect a dwelling A J Barker is doing a good business at Cow Creek Born to Mr and Mrs J B Sandlin of Se bastian a daughter A small child of Findlay Bolan was badly scalded lately ISLAND CITY Win Rains is clearing up a fine now ground on Coal Bank Branch C Bowman is in full possession of the Morris furmJ T Gentry has gone to Illinois to findworkW S Pet rs Inns a pair of fine mules C- orsaleJ C Gentry has seed oats for saleRoes Cannon and Martin have lately closed revival services at Bingham chapolJ R Kidd and family will leave for their home at Big Stone Gap Vn in afew daysMlss Mattie Gentry and T Hurst and Miss Nan nie Hurst and J T Gentry visited Burning Springs recentlyMonroeC- hadwell has gone to IudiauuJ L Ieters who has been ill for sometime is improving Wo are sorry to learn of George Burch being in the hospital Mrs Bi knoll wife of Rob crt Bieknell died at her home March A husband and throe children are left BEECH GROVE DOE CREEK Farmers hero report wheat a fail uro and flour is high Perry Combs Wolf Creek is hauling a raft for E E Flauery Eighteen years ago T J Flanery one of our first settlers paid for his farm by hauling the logs from it The ruts made by his log wagon in the soft slate of the creek can be seen today Mrs S G Main ous is very ill from neuralgia of the bowels Her little son is suffering from a fractured thigh caused by n fallJohn Stacey has traded his jen nett for a fine saddle horsoA num ber of young folks from Boonevillo and this neighborhood had a social at the homo 6f T J Flanory on the evening of Mar Because of bad weather their visit was protracted to the Gth Mrs Flanerys larder was like the widows barrel andcruise the ham Dies cakes etc didnt fall In the absence of Misses Lou and Bes sie Flanory in school nt Borea Miss Bottle Pendergrass misstated Mrs Flanery to entertain JACKSON COUNTY KIRBY KNOB Rev Rich Moborly preached hero Sunday the 9th Ouo addition to the church Miss Sallie Harrison visited friends hero recently Jas Durham will not bo in school this terwMiss Nora Fowler is visiting relatives here Miss Mina Jones is not improving hoalthlWfrom Ohio where they have working Charles Jones and ArchieI McGuiro will go to Ohio to look for employment Albert Powell h n a bought the Interest of John Powell in the store on Owsley Hill Miss Mlu nie Harp is the clerk James Tuller and family have gone to Indiana Mrs Tuller has been hero since last summer nursing her mother Mrs Williams Mrs Richardson only larl80ntlrelatives hero She is here to sundayjIIchool neighborhood and its friends are looking forward to a good Easter ser vieoMrn Hattie Hatfield of Boron visited D M Click Friday returning homo Saturday Branson 1 Powell are pushing the stave business tI1Mrsisville waiting on her son Robert who has been ill will return soon Rob crt leaving begun to regain health Win Isaacs who has been with his family in Berea this winter for tho benefits of tho school there passed through hero ouroute to their homo in Jackson county recently Mr Isnncss mother over 70 years of age watt with him riding horseback Henry Click is building n substantial fence and gutting ready for crop season MADISON COUNTY PYTONTOWN C F Burunm Iras boon visiting his brother Jack Buruain of neroaJ L Francis of Richmond was horn Saturday on business Rev S Watts and several friends attended the First Baptist church of Richmond Saturday and Sunday Mrs Florence White has been called homo front Cincinnati because of the illness of her hu- ebandRev I Miller is still at Lan caster Henry Buruam of Richmond was here visiting his brother Charles Burnam last Sunday Mr and Mrs H Tevis and Mrs Mary Shearer of Silver Crook visited Poylontown SundayRov Harry Miller of Richmond preached hero last Sun day night Bro Miller deserves en couragement and credit m OUR COUNTY NEWS Alexander Douglas has boon ap pointed deputy county clerk for Val ley View district Thieves on Thursday night broke opon Monroe Lackeys store at Waco They blew open the safe securing considerable money The storm of tho night of the 12th did considerable damage at Union It is reported that tho publicschool building was blown from its foundation In the hailstorm of Wednesday night Mar 12 hailstones as largo as hen eggs are said to have fallen at Nowby breaking many window glassesHon C L Searcy of this county has introduced bill in the House which if it becomes a law will make magistrates ineligible to serve as supervisors of turnpikes Frank Jones a former resident of Madison county but late of Lowis county Mo was arrested at Borea last week by Sheriff Wagers and Dep uty Terroll Jones was wanted in Missouri FOR SALE A Fine opening for a Live Sawmill Man One twenty 20 horse Lane C Bod ley double sawmill engine and outfit in excellent condition and practically new with edger nail cutoff saws com plate Tho capacity of the mill is from 8000 to 15000 feet a day The mill is on Clear Crook Ilockcastlo county and is set to a fine body of timber of 800000 to 500000 feet Reason for wishing to sell is poor health of the owners For price and terms apply to II BLAZER R CO- Conway Ky FOR DYSPEPSIA nw It Can Rc Cur1 Ir Slmplc rr crcir ThouMtmls of persons suffer dully from dyspepsia nut Indigent Ion mid hcnrthurn The Mnfnl prnellee of mothers In allowing their very young children nn Indulgence In Improper food lotting thorn cal any mid everything In one renxon for trouble both Btonmch nod IUTVOIIX later In life Too fill Indulgence nt tiible of ntrI highly HOiiBotied foods strung liquors coffin nmt tea to excess mid great quantities of Iced drinks Ix another ClllhI Investigation of hit gives another cause for dysiHpsla the presence of butyric acidity of the food ways Professor Ward llenui In the Philadelphia tltlclllIIIlHIII1Ir with will net direct upon the orpin or IlItlllllllt1ntHInet lon HomemlHT rexiiltN cannot lie obtained nt once It will tnko trout two to three wtvkx before permanent help In ohllllml1Ion the hips keep the trunk of tho body IIlIjIcnninenKxerrlce No 2Rltttttl im In No clasp the bunds llrinly In trout keep arms and shoulders high now with coiiNldenible font swing the nritio to the right side mid IIH fur around ns you can from right to Mt twlHitmr tho body lilt It has never IMVII twisted n fare Thin will iiMke the imweleM very sore at tlrxt lint keep It up twiitily the to a hllllllltllhmII lixerrlso No 3 Nit UIMIII n stood or a dour with Leek of cluilr nt the Mile place the pHs under the Ill of bureau und bed keep hands niton hips Now lean IIH fur bark n the MtrtiiiKth of the iniiMelort of the ubdomen will rmlt then return to unit poMtlon slltlnic rpjKHit twentylive In lift tJnuiH If you will ciinicsjly try the tilxtre oxtTclMs you will Ie well repaid for your trouble nn tin retuliH tire of grit bwielli In time HtrtniKiheirtni of tin trunk TWIt MrMrlo In not written for dynptptkt only hut for nil wlto wlnh to take cure of the tiHiiirie of lilt living UtxL Iloty In Mnki llnurr AVInp Thus IH nn Ainvrlean home browed uoreroRo which Ilndn favor In country bomen AH tilt IntirwlleiitH are utit In Cether eold nml there no vtxikliMt to lH done To every gallon of t wM wtrsuit three und ont fourth l HiiuulN of loaf sugar one mid onehalf ouitPis of brulseil jMniCiT two luiiion two Ho vlllo orniiKe und one sweet omHsu fart the oransetf und leinnim very thin Hiinevzo nil the fruit put the Juice and iI In the bnrrol nlwi one ounce of spilt rnUfim to every gallon Do not quite fill the wink at ilml mid stir well till the sugar Is dlnxolveU two or three days then ndd u little yeust Do not stir npiln but In nUut a week till the cask mid cork It up This will bo ready tn bottle In three or four months Ilinr lit Ilr AVhrii Mrriilnic The correct postaro for sleep In to lie on the right Bide with tho limbs stretched out to their full length mid the nrmH either straight down by tho hotly or In nay comfortable ponltion prodded they are not ruined above tho head The mouth should bo closed mid till the rauRcles of the body hould bo relaxed The lungs work with greater deliberation during the hour of sleep tad It tho arms dro raised above the head nt tills time and for any p rloil the action of the heart drives the blood nway from the nruiK nnd sends It to the hero frequently nicking one very restless when It does not prevent sleep entirely Ilinr lo take VnnllU Htlracl This can be made cheaply at home and you can know you have all you pep for imd no adulterations lluy of your druggist one ganrtcr ounce of vn ullln beans be sure to get the genuine by buying the tonkas first one half ounce of tonka mid onehalf pint of alcohol Mix with onehalf pint of water mid lot ittnnd for two weeks then add onequarter of a pint of alcohol and oniqiiirter of n pint of water Let stand awhile longer and then strain und bottle It Is ready for use HOIT o nrvld Crnrkem Mix together three tablespoonfuls of grated cheese onefourth of n tennpoon ful of dry mustard one traspooufuL of anchovy paste u dash of cayenne anti a pinch of salt Mid this smooth with two level tablCBpoonfnli of butter Spread over the crochets and Vut In a hot oven until they begin to color Ilotr to CMcnn 3llrrurn Mirrors tllII taro very dull and spec kled may bo cleaned and polished by flrxt rubbing the specks from the glass with wnrm ten and thou utter drying with n cloth rubbing the surface with a pintle umdo by mixing u little whit- Ing with cold tea polishing dry with tissue paper How to Ilvinove Ink Spot When Ink la spilled on the carpet cop up us much us possible with blot ting paper Then npply mill with n hit of rug changing time milk when dirty When the Ink hits been removed wash with ammonia and water and the stain will vanish how to Improve Starch When tanking hot starch mId ala blespoonful of sugar Tho clothes will then have it nice gloss when Ironed and retain their stiffness much better A SIMPLE TROUGH One You Can J1ake Yourelt and it Will Do For Wntrr or Pond I have n teeth trough which I rondo Ip4Ironlong To iniiku It get two pieces of wood nnd slut pe them to lit the Inside of the trough for the ends shown In the dlacnim Null well with lath halls JIf you want one fur Water make It shorter mill before putting the end plats on Milnt n piece of cloths mid pint between time end pierce mid the tronch Then nfter you hove your end pleccx on get n place of lath just long enough to tit between the ends mid mill It lengthwise just above the level uf the trough Thl will keep the chick 1TII HWINUINU THOUGH tllIl out the wilIer Put two eyes on the top of the end pieces to hung It Hrhllaklll In the ground Jtmt fur IIwllllIllItthe eyes on end pletcii of the tningh The top of the trough idiould be nlMjiit six Incliw above the ground You can use your Judgment nboiii painting It If you do put some water In It mid let It stand about day before allowing the chicken apron to It Subscriber In Ioultry KeejKT ITHEHBROILER A nranrlor Ihr Iuliltri llu lor i That tall II JUilr lu 1ay In Filtering the broiler linslncxn the tacit Important re iilrmiieut In goml liiriiUiiorK nil without theta frtllnre H sure To neeompany the incubator iiie idionld have first class brooderi mid of these the Indoor Isst tncmue you call easily ntlarh n regulator thereby giinnllng ngalnxl sniotherlng your rlikki If you mire a good Judge uf the moonlit of hent n Intup will throw out when lit nt night and left till morning you tan with safety UN outdoor broad era Where many chicks ore hatched It Is best to adopt the compartment brooder healed by strum In mining brolleri they in nut tlnve wnrm dry umrterH They must be toll Illile nml often a variety of foot mid with lots of fresh clean water Tkflr food should contain lots of oil Kklnimllk Is splendid My broilers cost from W to 10 rents n pair to raise and when selling fur 80 cents to 120- a imlr I think It is n paying bnslmi I glee my chickens six wjunre Inches ouch In the brooder mad lb iwinnrc Inchon each In the yards The linnnltr raked out every mourning while tlm clicks art rating and the yards are swept with n wire broom every night after they go to both lu this manner they nro not frightened while the work Is going on Wlirn I first began to range broilers I almost gave It up III distrust It Hcenied I could not raise them successfully When I looked Into time matter I found they were crowded null lint tilt wore not cleaned as they should bo Matters were changed and to my nstonlidimrnt my broilers then pnld me better than my layers Constant nt tendon brings success I would rather go without one of my meals every dny than see my broilers go hungry while I take pleasure In seeing my layers on the hungry stile nt all times As for slcknevs It comes only n few tithes u year The most common ull taunt Is leg weakness The moment this Is noticed the weak chick Is taken off by Itself and fed about half mi much nH It Will getting In nearly nil crises this chicken ran be taken back the second day Hy this method no weight Is lost Itiincuibcr weight lost one tiny cannot be regained In three Cor Reliable Poultry Journal About Gaper Cape are usually due to fllth the rating of the residuum of food gruel ously given anti feeding In damp plums Itla believed that they are propagated In earthworms but no facts have yet been discovered regarding such claim The best remedy for gapea It the chicks will rat Is to add a teaspoonful of spirits of turpentine to a mixture of one pint of cornmeal nail a half pint of middlings Thoroughly Incorporate the turpentine with the dry material then Hcnld on much of the material nil 1tu required nnd feed to the chicks on a clean board Put ten drops of cnrlwlle acid In every punt of drinking witter mid change the water frequently once n tiny There Is no sure remedy till gapes and Inserting feather tips lu thu windpipe to draw out the gape worms can be done only by an experienced person There are suggested remedies but they are sometimes ns fatal to the chicks as the gapes Queer Thing In an KmtlUh Knit The Pall Mall Gazette tells tho fol lowing rtIIIUrklllll egg story A Scarborough gentleman vas rat ll er bewildered the other morning to tlnd no fewer than 33 common puns stud a ibotinnkcrs brass sprig Imbedded lu the white of his breakfast egg Tim egg had been bought In the Scnrbor ough market and It seems that one or two other eggs purchased there about the rhino time have been found to con slim two or three pins each The IXjtraordinary egg Is being preserved spirits by n Scarborough naturalist What a strange taste the lien that laid that egg must have hind It Is now 11111IOsl1llJlIIl racy