You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Citizen (Berea, Ky.): n. Thursday, March 27, 1902. Citizen (Berea, Ky.). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco, Berea, KY 1902 cit1902032701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): n. Thursday, March 27, 1902. Citizen (Berea, Ky.). T.G. Pasco, Berea, KY 1902 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Illr r Interests of UIIMIrIIIrNhrrutydlluroRICuTHE CITIZEN THE HOME FARMtR SCHOOL Sti0CENTS A YEAR f I VOL1Ih A Fttnili taper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 27 1902 Fifty cents a year NO 10 1 IDEAS Spring Points for Cultivators Dont sow poor tectlr Dont skimp tile wed Clean mit life hen lousy ThoroiiKjily cultivate tho garden before planting Dont let dovn II fence fjornor to 4 make a tfap put in it gala Uegin the day with Psalm lll 15 + 10 closing it with verses ltd unit 117 TAKE NOTICE Ron Win Lodwick will preach at Bohtown next Stiwjiiv night at 7 At tho Tahurnuclo next Sunday morning Dr lurgts will preach on ChrlNtlan Alllnity or Jlio Law of Power in Goda Kingdom und at night uA Night of Watching FROM THE WIDE WORLD I Thu JnpnuoBd worlds fnir to tn hold at Ciaka lirUKW wilt clmrgu five neil oriJ cowls admission Belgium has a notional Society of Street Art which offers prizes for hcqutiful house fronts gardens fences and tlioliko t Tile heir prcaumptivu to the Turk ish throuo is ficrlounly III HoI re t K rtfd to hnro been IlOillo ltd by em IoHllrlllI of thnSultau Thu Oorinon colony in Togoluud Africa whnro graduate of Tubkegoe Booker WnnhingtonM industrial school are touching the intlvifl to raito cuUon hail Jtwl road n ship ment of its Unit crop which IH u good onn Thu nuti charged with robbing the Hiivnim Cuba ptalollco bar been convicted nutl fctiitoncrd as follows C T Netlv tun years imprisonment Hull n 1I1It of SWVTOU W 11 Rfevwt ton years Imprisonment and a tutu of SWlr iO Ehles G Hathbout ten yearn imprtaonuiDut nullfino of JJWUfcM f IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Frank P Sargent is to succeed Mr Powilerly as chief of tho Bureau of lininlgrution Au attempt being made btifore CongrwHM to secure iniich needed pure food legislation I Mho Truato oppose tho measure it will goundor tho table Thu Good Hondo Dill seems likolr of failure in this Congress Thu gi gnutic trwtury surplus fI needed for 1OliticM Hchnmcs and must not be used to help our rural districts Col Henry Watlersoil qf Ken tucknt R banquet of Virginia Dem ocratic AnHOttintion bitterly criticised President Roosevelts treatment of Lieutenant Gun Miles and Admiral Schley Protection to the TrutIV and FrwTrndo for tho farmer will lw one of the Democratic argiltnenU tiRod tho this fall and the Republicans fear iWeuects oil the approaching elections COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY The Court or Appeal 1ms adjourn ed until April 11 Neftr Duncan nuold oil will has been reopened sad proves to bo a giUier Jjlimllpox has broken out in tile county jail at Frnnkfort tlib county prisoners have been vaccinated also 47 government prisoners coufincd there Tho jail is quarantined Tho Governor has signed jho fol lowing bills and they have become laws House Hill 7 For thu protec tion of song binds Ilousn Bill rl1Du eluding creeks public Hitches ford raitp ago purposes House J3il J8Jl Lim its admission to State houses of He form to juveniles convicted in court louse Bill 107 Making abduction n felony Senate Bill 58 Authorizing eatnblishment of free libraries in cities of tho fourth fifth and sixth classes Senate Hill 05 Fixing penalty for failure of County Superiutundonts notify cholars of provisions of A and M College tmv Senate BUI 115 An net authorizing tho legal voters of u county to vote n school tax fpr theI purposii of extending thu terms of common schools Senate Bill 7 Providing for tho use of private prop erty as roadways in tho mountain section in the event of tho washout of regular roads r r t lIgb1turscud born at Ladle Hall Boren Ky Aug 21 1892 a wedding anniversary of her paronth and died March 21 IWKi alter n long illness commencing Doc i1ilOi Qh thu latter date she wits taken with a mild form of scarlet laver which after four Weeks brought a recurreiic6 of u heart trouble of two years ago nut Jvhlcbi with dropsical complications ended her life At times Paulino sutFored much but to ward the last she was comparatively f reft from great pniuulthoughuxtreme- weakness unit Weucinesi were ever present Pauline tare her sickness with mar velous patieuco and sweetness et hid lug loving consideration for her par gets and brothers and friend whoI miuiiittirqd tq her and nil through illness there was an utter absence of murmuring She retained her net ural bnghtuessof mtud and heart to the end showing this by her keen ap preciation of everything done for her welfare by friends There is n sad gap in the homo circle oho was the youngest of four children and the quly girl she was much beloved by liiT clioolinatfh and every one who came to know her was drawn to her by bright modest unasNinniug ways It requires uq effort of the imagination oj laco Pauline with those of whom Christ gaiL Of such is the Kingdom of Heaven Tile funeralryas from the horns on Friday afternoon and was conducted by Rev Dr Burgess Floral offerings consisting of violets and roses were sent by tho Faculty of glue College and it Iwuuti rOHOfI1thoFociety lay at tho head of the casket A largiyiumbcr of people accompani ed tho burial party to the cemetery Their angels do always behold the feet of my Father iu Heaven Editor of the Citizen Will you kindly grant space in THE CITUCN tp express loour many friends our appreciation mid thanks for their minmtrationn during tho long period of our daiighturs illness uil for the beautiful flowers which wore sent for her burial Amid our tears wo have been touched and comforted by the loving sympathies of our frierids And may each in turn receive like comfort unit sympathy when it is sorely uuuded Mn ANn blue T J O hORSE BE MERRY AND WISEf That was really the spirit of tho los son sought to bo convoyed by Ralph PMlettc Tho Modern Bill Xyo who delivered his lecture Lifo and Laughter to a good audience in the Taborunejp last Satimlay night Somo folks think that a humorist is necessarily a huffooi just as sere polka think till viol music tp Ira the devils fiddling and there bo some folks who think or act as though they did that a realhearly laugh is evidence of u worMy mind or at lenst ofu thoughtless nature and these goQtltt folks are sincere but they are very badly inform Hl To all such as these the entertainment taRt Satur day night would lure boon IUap plus of Sodom but to thoso present who realized thAt thepowor to laugh was Godgiven and part of what lIe culled very good it was a season of refreshment Mr Parlette is and conducted him self nlln cultivated Christian gentle t fui n Hcwtpaf cr tnnn ho Is a busy man and deeply interested in true educatiobdl work Ho Was much impressed with Berea nnd its Cbllego and with the immense imH rtancuof the work the College is doing Wo are glad Mr Parlelto camo to us and wo acre better for con tact with hilt sunny spirit Lifo among the workers hero at jBereti is so full of duties that some of us lira in danger of forgetting that our risiblo muscles are as much in tended for use as our muscles of locomotion tho clangor is real and whio levity late be avoided shouldabe shunned If our hearts qro clean we will find much occasion for glad ness and laughter will take the placo of heaviness A merry heart doolh good like a medicine hut u broken spirit drieth tho bourn Proverbs 17 22 SANITARY CONSIDERATIONS Unless we want to bo partAker of Rabshekahs curve that is if wo use well water for cooking and drinking wo will bo compelled to abolishfntthI closets and firing out slops arollllrI our houses iu Berea Tho million under our soil is n veritable conduit for filling our wells after a rain with the filth in solution of our streets ani backyards If any out doubts title I can give then an oppor tunity to test tho matter if they will bear the responsibility Thorn is on my lot on ClieHiiut 11Ifull so that we could easily dip tho water with n cup twice this winter standing at that for a couple of days or so then gradually falling until only about R ft of water would be in the well In all probability it will fill up again this spring it will if wnj have much rain and if any onus will go to the bxpeuse anti trouble to put in this well when full a pound of methyleno blue dissolved I am eel getflltolook blue enough so that the washer wojnen will bo inclined to think it tint rillugiIis welcome for toy part to put this to test The methylcno blue would do no one any hurt but people wOllldI bconvinccd of the risk they jecting themselves to under present conditions Clean up around the house anti keepso It will Iw more profit to pay a scavenger nnd let hint cremate tjio refuse than to foot tyl phoid fever bills Let us ask they Town Council to pass laws providing for a city health ollico and for a scavenger and then let us sent to it that wo do our best to aid thu ollicurs in their work Better sanitation means bettor health better health means hotter morals nud better moials mean hotter Christians and a bettor world LYCEUM COURSE Saturday night saw the close of our Lyceum Coupe for the winter For twelve years Prof L V Dodge has been the menus of providing tho peo ple of Berea with a course of lectures and readings during the winter sea son When first enterprised the tee tures were not very well patronized and for some few years expenses were met with difficulty nnd occasionally the balance was on the wrong side but as the years came on people came to ap preciate tho value of highclass enter mont and lectures and tho past sea son has been the most successful of all The round up Saturday night was good very good and tho folks would be glad to have anoher chance to spend an hour with Ralph Par letto Thu Modern Bill Nyu We are glad to know that this year the balance is oil the right side and there is some money in tho troasury TO WOULBEMECHANICS A talk to young wen who intend tol bo mechanics Bo sure you have natural adaptability lor tho calling A too prevalent idea is half n trade can be learned in a few mouths or at inost in a year it is n great mistake To becomusldlful ina trade extended experience is necessary theory no matter how good must ho attolllledj by practice the hand us as head must bo educated and then there must be a love for the work arid n determination to excoll Sometimes because of pressing need for workmen unqualified men aroma loved but tho poor workman rarely receives the wage paid to the skilful mechanic A reliable and exportt workman besides receiving top price for his labor can hold Fix job while the untrained man must drift around taking what he can got When work becomes slack it U tho incompetent who is let go first Particularly dont bo in haste to quiUyour apprenticeship before you have mattered your trade A chance to earn n few dollars more 1a mouth tempts many a young man to quit his instructor before tho has boon acquired Dont tmdeI tho temptation It is poor If you start out as a journeyman bo fore you can Jill the MM tho probabili ty is that you will quit Itarniny atod will always have to take low rank and low wages PT P Concluded next wvtik Dont Use- Spectacles Unless yOU need thorn and if you axe them be sure they fit your need I will giro thorough examination with the above instrument t fOF rjiAitoE which always indicates the correct glasses to Ue II you dout nerd glasses I will tell you so T A Robinson Optician wind Jeweler Main St Berea Ky ESTABLISHED 186- 3MADISON MONUMENTALWORKS Head stones urns menu refits and marbln and gran ite work of nil kinds Prices fcoyerued hri quality of ma t riCt rcasoiiall Only tint class work done All work guaranteed J T Hamilton Prop RICHMOND Ky MAIN STKKfrt iMMKjIle lllmitoii Coal Yard U FOR HANDMADE FANCY WOODWORK v in hats sunbonnets fancy baskets of all descriptions napkin rjngs in allcolors Scud your orders to MISSES M AXD L CARTER UE EA KESTUCKV Irlcri very reLonable and ill work well unle 38ft This will save your Life By Inducing you to use Dr Kings New Discovery For Consumption Coughs and Colds The only Cunrnntood Cure DruggistABOOLUTELY CURES BronchltiqWhooping Affection oC tho Throat and Lungs FREERegular 0C1t Guaranteed t SalaryYearJY Men Knit women of good aildrcx1 to rrprewnt in Mime to travel appglnttnc otlicru for lawn work look after our inUre t 8Jun Mlnry Kiixruntcoil yearly ultra rominlmlnhi and expcimo advancement old entabllrhrd honoo Grand chanrv for caniil wan or woman to atruro plcnmnt jxrmaneiU po Hlon and abetal liioumo Niw brilliant linen Write at Pnro- STAKKOIJU PRESS Vlntrrh SI New Haven Conn CO YEARSI x TRAOC MAHKO DeSIGNS CoprnIGHTS C Ar one a rlrtrh roAsuirintri Ntr onn fro0 Iran InTiillon Hiuihihif pntfntnhln f minmnK UuiuilrlctlycnnOilontJil IeAAI on paint Bent frua OMtit retry for Hir Mintii Iatenln luaus tbrou Muim v to rtroupe notice without clurve In il- mScieirtific American- hnnrtiomcfrllluntrmo1 wetlt IVraott elro culiitloii nf any rlrntlde nurnaL 1crni fi a je ri fournionllnll Bula b all newedejutn CO36lproadayNewYDI1aat RED HOT SPECIAL rIn Suits at 800 f By good fortune together with skillful buying we have secur ed from n famous Eastern manufacturer some values in spring suits never excelled iu clothing history These suits are made of nilwool falmcd of Surprising beauty and fineness Krery warn sowed with silk good Italian cloth linings tailored in tho latest fashion and wouldreadily sell for S12CO but they are youm for the small Jmce of 800 Special HZCS for all forms and a tailor to alter when necessary insure a perfect fit in every case Covington Banks RICHM n OUR SPRING STOCK of Fine Saddles Carriage and Buggy Harness is full and complete Our Prices turn the lowest consistent with good material and work BackbandAChains T J MOBERLY RICMOND KY Successor to J T McClintock Main St Opposite Court House t DR M E JONES x Dentist MillineryStore office Days Thursday Friday and Saturdayof each week Sperlal Notice In Our Itradrra 111tvCOClilniKa wlMre our render will lie rntirUmufly g Cat who may rat to roll lam The latert- kwau for a tour of Inspection and hchleIIlJ through maguinrent ImlldliiK In which ran tw mind every nieijmnleal and i4lentlllc Im provement of the age In connection with the units of a great ttewpalw1 It to a tare treat to any our InlcreMcit IlIlht cltjvtl and should be taken advautaite of NDI RICE ARNOLD RICHMOND KY Shoes Hats Gents Furnish- ingoJf J6 agentsinRichmond no n MEAT MARKET have reopened the Meat Mar IIon Main Street Fresh Meats i Poultry and Vegetables lID SeasonM RAMSEY Berea Ky h Fair Dealing PaysI y And that is one reason our business is inereasingV We sell you iu a way to bring ifs your Future Trade and that ofVur friends Spring Styles for 1902 tj New Rockers Ladies Desks Couches Dining and Bedroom Furniture and many attractive articles to make the homoIcomfortable Picture Framing Carpets Matting Rugs UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY NlgPhoae 66 JO8 JOPLIN Richmond Ky HARNESS HARNESS THE LARGEST STOCK OF HARNESS Ever brought to Berea Collar pads formerly sold for 40c our price 2k Everything wise In tiroportiou BICKNELL EARLY Berea Ky 1f fNf4NlM0 i NN NlHNNN i A t Fire Saleii NO j A SALE or THE FINEST LINE Ol LADIES BUT Gents fleets Shoes amd Furnishings In Kentucky SPECIAL TOtsTUDE TS and Citizens of Berea yourfI GUARANTEE SATISFACTION You can get our goods from i Pow at tho saute price we charge in our store is Douglas Crutcher L Richmond Ky s HO s t s s NNNeNNe 5 THE CITIZEN ti LIQUOR IN MISSION FIELDS With Opium It Form a Conitont Menace to Religion Proirre i Uev G L Whnrton of ntratn 0 n returned missionary says For seven teen years I met face to fnee nil the evils of Hlndoolsiu and Mohammedan Ism combined anti kwon something of their effects on the body mind and character hut I tell you that the liquor nnd opium trntllc Is n combination of rvils more detrimental destructive nnd damning than nil the curses of hea thenism It Is doing what centuries of heathenism could not do namely rob Ling these people of their only hope the power to learn to know to love nnd serve the true and living God HI we comprehend the widespread ehnrnc tr of this tratllc In the enst It Is side by side In the grain fruit and vegetable market At home we protect our children from drink and opium la marked poison lint here the mother buys opium to quiet her child as RIO buys rice to feed It This Isn tralllc only simply trade and commerce It Is not carried ou In the Interests of science art religion duration civilization governlnent lol Ides or morality It exchanges liquor nnd opium for money with only one motive the love of gain Where has this great trnlllc originated How has It developed Who lire Its respotislblc agents It Is not the Indigenous growth of heathen countries races or religion Its capitalists lire nut orientals There Is but one answer Christian governS meats with their Christian rulers and people Tot seeming connection thnt Chris tianity has with the liquor nnd opium trnflie stares every missionary In theIface at every turn Liquor Is on the ship with his baggage as he Marts It goes with him to his station It Is unloaded on the railway platform in the presence of time heathen along with his Bibles and prayer looks When Christian nations and rulers say that the native races need protection and thou establish and carry on u trade more destructive than heathen Ism war fnnilne and pestilence when the henthen themselves cry out against such Injustice nnd Inhumanity when the missionaries like time venerable John G Paton leave their native Chris tians to plead with Christian rulers to abolish this tralllc Is It not time for the Christian people of the whole world to unite as one man amid In the lover of God stop this most hurtful of nil evils LEGEND WITH A MORAL lloivn Man Wan Cnplured by the 1rlnee of Ilarknemi An old legend says u writer In Chris tlnn Work tells of a tau who sold his soul to the devil The conditions were For a certain number of years the man wits to have nil his desires gratified lit the expiration of which time his soul was to be forfeited When the time agreed upon had ex pired the man was unwilling to fulfill this part of the contract and nsked the devil upon what terms he could be re lenml The reply was If you will curse your God I will release you No said the mallI cannot curse the being whose nature I love Give me something less tearfully wicked Then kill your father replied the devil and you go free No answered the man that Is too horrible to think of I will not commit so great a crime Are there no other conditions One more said the devilyou must get drunkThat a very easy thing to do the man answered and I accept your proposition I cannot kill my father will not curse my God but I can get drunk and when I become sober all will bo well- Accordingly he got drunk and when In this condition chnnced to meet his father who upbraided him which so excited the Ire of the drunken and halt crazed mOil that he slew his father cursed his God then fell down dead Where Immoral Sentiment Dreeili It is In the towns the cities that im moral sentiment focalizes and testers and breeds From the social cancers which these must remain while infect ed and nllllctcd with license flows put limo virus of liquor poisoned social and political life to infest the country at- bargeA A Hopkins In Wealth and Waste The Comlntr Triumph Mine eyes have seen the dawning of n coming glorious morn Mine ears have heard the angels song they sang when Christ was born I have caught the word of promise uno weary hearts and worn That God Is marching on I can hear the steady treading of ten thousand marching feet True men and women moving on through highway lane and street They will never pause nor falter till the triumph Is complete With God theyre marching on Let thetoba of helpless children crushed by crimes the law allows Let the blighted lives of women lost through manhoods broken vows Let the sights of hopeless sorrow every freemans heart arouse Since God Is marching on I For the cries of all earths little ones have reached the great white throne And the King himself has hearkened he has made their griefs his own He Is come to help the helpless he will make his judgments known Ills strength is marching on Though tho chains of sin are heavy and they bind our native land Though the curse Is on the nations yet our God has raised his hand He Is calling us to follow we advance at his command With him were marching on No multitude Is mighty that has made u I league with sin Jfor wealth nor wisdom can defend when evil rules within For tho meek shall overcome them and the right the day shall wins Since God Is marching on Richard H Thomas M D In Union Signal t RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Genii Gleaned Prom the Teachings of All Denomination Rejoicing In time Lord is a duty apart from Inclination Uev Dr Clarence A Harbour Ilochestcr N Y Attend Church Dont ask your pastor to he at church ally oftener than you nrlHc Dr Alonzo Monk Methodist Atlanta Ga Faith stud Works A faith that does not express itself In works of charity is u lend faith Uev Dr A It Huldcrhy Methodist Atlanta Ga- ConiltlK as n Mltle Clillil Let us pray that love shall come ns n little chill to our households Uev Cy rus Towiiseml Brady Kplticopalhui riilltidclphla The Worth of ideal Ideals rule the world Life without an ideal may not be Immoral but It Is sadly unmoral Uev Dr J V Carson Presbyterian New York The rnndril limplrntlon The grandest inspiration that conies to us is the Inspiration to be derived from the life of Christ Uev K Uelf snider Unlversnllst Danvers Mass God and the tnlveme Gods throne Is in heaven The earth Is his footstool The stars are jets in the chandelier of Ills cathedral Uev II G Henderson Methodist St Ionls Cods nIHon at Illiimrir As we see time sun by iiiciins of the yens own Unlit so we know Gal by the revelation which he makes of himself Dr W S Fulton Presbyterian Ilte UiHTllUntr to I nx the Price What n lot of people there are who dont take care of their souls because priceILove Ilefied Love Not law but lure begets love No man can love tine lawgiver except ns the lawgiver becomes known ns friend father parlor Uev L A Crandall Itnntlst Chicago tlinixte of Mind unit heart Ippcntnncc must be a change of mind as wIll as of heart nnd It it is to do any good It must be as deep as the mind mid the soullev Dr Fred erick Burgess Episcopal nistiop of Long Island The tight Vie of Money No lesson is more needed today than such n use of our money ns will strengthen and develop our souls and bring life and lope nnd love to nil Rev Alonzo J Turkle Lutheran Alle gheny City To Jinn Working With God God gives into mans hands n seed and man turns it into n sheaf To the husbandman he gives the root and man turns It Into n clustering vine Her Newell Dwight HIllls Congregn tlouallst Brooklyn Permeate the Whole Helnir Gods life In the Christian Is not fionicthlng that merely lies along the circumference of the Christian life but something which Is imbedded in it alive through it and one with ItterDr Charles Iarkhurst Presbyterian New York ChnnEeleiineiM of Christ Mans belief in Christ grows No man of sixty sees the saino Christ as he did at sixteen But It Is the man who changes The changelessncss of Christ Is n most precious reality Uev Dr Henry C Minton Presbyterian Philadelphia Christ the Sinners Friend Christ is the sinners friend even and especially of those whom we usu ally despise nnd condemn Woe unto us It we condemn those whom Christ condemns not It Is better to be such n sinner than such n saint Uev E T Coyncr Lutheran St Louis how We Should Live Christs gospel teaches us how we should live but if It went no further than this it would be an imperfect gos pel When sorrow sickness nntlIdeath cOllie to us we need the comfort of the hope of n life hereafter Her Dr Int tOUt Presbyterian President Princeton N J University The Perfection of Itelliclon Religion is the source of inspiration out of which have come every adorn meat and excellence of human life It Is the perennial fountain from which flow the propelling uplifting and einio hllng forces and Influences which have ever been at work in human history Rabbi Samuel Sale St Louis The True End of Law The truo end of all law is to further Gods aim in behalf of human advance incut The law abiding roar is essen tially tho one who seeks the voice of truth In the law and obeys It because It Is right He curbs Illsown passions represses his own evils guides his pos the conduct anti shapes his life In obedience to law Rev S K Eby Episcopalian St Louis Regeneration trot Patchwork We belong to a race of patches Much of civilization Is patchwork Ucfornni tlons that do not begin In regenerations are only patches of new cloth on the old life Jesus declared against time unwisdom of all such endeavors Ye must be horn again Commence to live over The keynote of the Bible Is regeneration Dr J M Thorburn Jr Methodist Allegheny City Pa The Price of Salvation No salvation Is not free I nm very far from admitting tho commercial this ory of Christs atonement hut before ho could plead for his brethren he had to go through n life of struggle suffer ing anguish death itself Salvation must be worked for struggled for agonized for if necessary died for What then can be said about it This The prlco that must bo void for It Is not beyond any ones comprehension Salvation then may bo had by every one but only for the highest price that each can pay Uev Cyrus Townsend Brady Episcopalian Philadelphia THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON XII FIRST T3UARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES MARCH 23 Trit of the lcsuu ttpli MIM Jlrmory Vtmrn iatHauidcniehR- ph v IS Comimmiir Irrpxrril by Hrv n SI Mtrnrim Iaoptldt IKS b American frto AMocLtlon l 11 12 Ilnve no relluwihlii with the unfruitful works of tlurlaies Tula weeks study hi this epistle anti the next on list resurrection need not ne vssarl y break the continuity of our 11111oC the acts of the apostles for In nil tho Scrip lures we pare the thliic cowernliiR Him of whom Philip spake to the eunuch mill whom we minuet see us the center1 of every IessoyIts this epistle we lire n one has Into the presence clininlier of the Kim nml wade ncaunliitiil with Ills secret counsels timid purpjiMs eoncernlni us Only ns we hy fulfil enter Into Uii love ami purposes will we lit ilellvrrtil from the works of tlnrkne mentioned In chapter Iv 311 Cor vi l 11 nal v 2t Intiinpimiicc ns Kencrnlly muler stood Is one of the iiiuny works of Oark mires but the chill of Gal xlionM lit fret fruit nil It ho would know tit joy of bag a child of the Iml Almlshty III Cur vl IlISsll 14 Awake thou that Motpest nml arise from the dyed mid Christ shall give thee light The three fimirrd UIHI tUs henry with feep on the Mount of Trau fleiinitlon mid actually sleeping III leth KOmnne shave us bow the miwt highly fn marl UJIovera may be indifferent to the great thine of Sod mid Imw tiils cry Awake thou that shyest any apply to lu all li 15 See then that ye walk tin cuniUKctly tint as fiMiln but ns wise nlUvmlug the time because the days nre evil The UoviMtl Version hiss on these two verses either in the teat or the mar Kin Look therefore cnrefully haw ye wnlk buyiiiK up the opportunity The life of tho belivvcr is spoken of ns n con tinual dying to wolf an overcoming n conflict u nice illor Ir 11 I lolm r I Kph vi 12 hub xii H but In thU epistle and elsewhere Is also called a walk In the climax tu Isis x181 till valkltiR that Is the steady ploddlnc Is more MiUirult than the iiimuitini on wings or the running art ruinmoil to walk worthy of our voiiitlon not as other gentiles walk to walk in low ns children of light to wulk wurlhntIwho bath culled us unto Ills Unplum nod glory iKph Iv 17 v 28 Thexs II 12 As to buying up till opiMirttmltleo if we had thus zeal of iiinniinl uK luth ness uses who fur IInWII gain mnkr corners In evru thus iitNiiuuirttii nf lire how much night aivoiniiJMiwI lu the service of Christ If we walked u ChiNt walked I John II tll all wild tIllbut who Is iilUrUnl Our litllrieney U of Gal sit Cor Ilk 17 Wherefore be ye not unwi e hint undorstniulHi what the will of the Gal U It Is net the will of Gal that any should perish for He will hurt all to bo saved and has made full provision for the same II Pet III 0 I Tim Ii I John III 15 When jiniirr are Mm He iltvtlrta that they should be holy mul so fully yield to Him that they may prove In dally life how good mid acceptable and perfect Ills will Is Thcss Iv 3 Itnm xII 1 q Our blessed Lord cwilj truly say I seek not mint own wllloI thought to do thy will 0 my Sod Johns Iv 31 r 30 vl 38 Is xl IS Ho not drunk with wine wherein Is excess but be filled with the Spirit Dmnkcnnrss belongs to the unfruitful works of ilnrkncMi to to filled with the Spirit is the privilege of every child of light Wine stimulates and exhilarate unnaturally but the Holy Spirit stimu lutes mipcrnaturally the one U for self the other fpr noto There Is n drunkenness that dins not come tram wine or strong drink Ion xxlx 0 but Is just ns much the work of the adversary Only that which Is of Ood through Christ gives light and life nil that Is not of God causes stupor and drunkenness and the manifestation of the flesh as Hot only can give lift to God only cnn lire in us the life He desires anti He Is pleased to do this by Ills Spirit therefore the neces sity of beins tilled with tilt Spirit by whom alone the life coo be lived 10 Speaklnic to yourselves In psalm and hymns and spiritual songs singing nod making melody In your heart to the Lord A drunken mnn Is apt to make himself known by his noisy talk or ribald sung but a Spirit filled person having true melody in his heart will sing unto the Ird Each proclaims hU master by that which routs from the abundance of lilt heart In Col III We have the same result from the word of Christ dwelling richly In us therefore according to an axiom which says that thlngs tint are equal to the same thing are equal to one another there Is probably sonic con nection between being filledaillt the Spirit mid tilled with the word of God We know that the Spirit has written the word and tho Spirit Is the word and the word of God the Lord Jcmu is the em bodiment and manifestation of the writ ten word If we would be filled by the Spirit and used by the Spirit let us lay up lilt word diligently In our hearts ICzck ill 10 11 20 Giving thanks always for all things unto God cud the Father III the home of our Lord Tpsus Christ In I Theis v 18 It Is written In everything give thanks for this Is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you how earnestly we should covet to bo filled with the Spirit since He alone can live this holy and beautiful lift In IIsl Ho who spared not Ills own Sou but delivered up for us all how shall He not with Him also freely give us all things Item rill 32 and since Jot is love mid has no loved us lie cannot give us anything that Is not love so we will thank Him for all things It we believe this Mrs Hottouie tells of two waiters whom she saw accidentally jostle one another the one thereby spilling some hot water on the other who meekly replied Never mind It is all In the will A lady whom I know told mo that having spilled a bottle of ink on her carpet she was able to take It weekly and as part of Ills will 21 Submitting yourselves one to an other in the tear of God Some one has mid that Hubmlsslon is the highest mU riots on earth higher than hone or for rlgn missions mid that unless one has learned It lie Is not fit for missionary service anywhere In Ills life at Xazu tell In HU baptUm In Ills public minis try and in Ills sufferings our Lord fully manifested tills grace of tho Spirit AM ire can only show our love to God by our love to others to we can only manifest rue submission to God by submission to thers NNNN11N NNINNINN1111 N 111ITHE HOME I t N N11NIN11NN1NN1N1N1 HOUSEKEEPING HINTS A short needlo makes the best tins 0 in plain flowing When drying salt for tho table lot it got cold before you put it in tho collars otherwise it will harden into a lumpA brellkfKln hasty thinner snappish teatime Lay the table neatly whether havo company or not Your folks nro worthy of nil courlesoy There is no economy in buying cheap grades of calico or other dress stuffs they are worth no moro that you pay for thorn In putting away furs for tho stun mor lay a pieta of tallow in or near them and them will ho littlo danger of worms troubling them To provost yourstovoH from rusting this summer give them u thin coat of tho following 8 parts lard nail ono part rxsin mcltiHl together This monkey a good waterproof paste for leather also If you want choice cuts of meat have a regular butcher nnd stay with him whilo ho does limo cutting A good wny to clean zinc or galva nized iron utousils is to dip n pieco of cotton in kerosene and rub tho articles with it until tho dirt is removed finish with u clenu cloth so us to get rid of till grease If now tinware bo rubbed over with fresh lard and thoroughly hunted in tho oven before it is used it will not rut 110 matter how much it is put in water If mho teapot or coffeepot is disco oral on tho inside boil it in a strong solution of borux for n short timo nnd nil its brightness will return Itcilroniii Carpets Clnai man i Pretty Tako cheap unbleached cotton sufficient to cover tho Ho9r sow tho stripy ns you would carpet nnd tack to time hoer at tho edges Now paper this cloth as you would tho walls of tho room with cheap wall paper any pattern you choose put u bonier around if you wish Lso good paste with n little gum arable in it When thoroughly dry give this carpet two Oats of furniture or carriage var nish Vhon dry the work ill done This carpet can bo washed anti looks well if you choose a good pattern of paper or COli rose n carpet like this is not suitable fora kitchen or dining room but for n bedroom or IlldiesI room it is well adapted and not cost ly You cull carpet a room M CtotI square in tho alwjvo wny for about fJ lie Krpl III lrg Twelve years ago J W Sullivnnof IInrtronlnil scratched his leg with a rusty wire InUnmmatiou and blood poisoning sot in For two years ho suffered intensely Thou tho best doctors urged amputation hut ho writes I used ono bottle of Electric Bitters nud 12 boxes of UuoklenH Arnica Salvo uml my leg wns sound and well as over For Eruptions Eczema Tetter Salt Rheum Sores and all blood distortions Electric Bit lore has no rival on earth Try them Only BO cents YOUR POSTMASTERIs migrant for THE CITIZEN Give him FIITT CENTS maid he will send it to us and wo will send you Tho Neatest Cleanest Newsy Newspaper you rarer road ono each week for a year POSTAGE STAMPS TAKEN Dungrrof Cold sad la tirlppt Tho greatest danger from colds and la grippo is thoir resulting in pneu monia If reasonable euro is used however and Chamberlains Cough Romany taken nil danger will ho avoided Among the tens of thous nude who Intro used this remedy for these diseases we have yot to learn of q singla ease having resulted in pneu mania which shows conclusively thnt it is n certain preventive of that dan gerous malady It will cure a cold or an attack of la grippe in less time than any other treatment It is pleas lint and safe to tako For tale by S E WELCH JR Wo promptly olitulii U and orcl 1 end model Ikctch or photo of Intention for j reercpnrt row ul urefiRADEMARKSsentPatents all r1NN11N1NNININNNNIININNIN111THE L 111111N11111NNNNNININIINNNN THE COW PEA BETTER THAN GOVERNMENT DONDSIIn tho lust CITIZEN KilO n tnlki about raising time cow pen for Helene I leave Unit subject I want to tell you how I wired cured themIII built u mil pun using foulm111111 half high put on n tjght loot 1of lumber and thou built up about two feel higher Tho liens had wen cut about two days and xvero HOIIIO what cured nUll I filled tho peu with them not tramping thorn down Now I laid light mils or poles on top of thin putting them 0 to Hindus impart anti then built tlio pun two feet or NO higher tilling in another layer of Iho peas and when full laid another course of thin poles continuing this plan until haul tho pen ax high 11- 11cOllllitlewd safe to lit Tho wn was then covered with lumber laid ao as to shed off rain In a few dayx thin pens had noltlod in tho you you could see hohmm tho layers giving tlio air free pasHiiiro to help along thus curing Thoro in no much inoiHlure in pen vices that youcaut iniiM4hoin together like huy or they will spoil r put tho tight lloor in tho bottom to catch limn p 1419 which would tthnHer out when should prove them to tho barn when thoroughly curd Soma folks iced trout tho IItn but that in very wasteful Ixdtur put it in tho mow you can flare mill the isms you knack out by handling If you hearts noraiU you cnn build pens with posh and lumber nailing on tho stripy Inches upset bo sum nnd mnko tho liottom tight amid miku tho peon im tang an you plenso Ono year I built u pen of this kind 10 feet long 8 ft Vhl10- ft high nnd filial it too so that I pea hay to feed until the taw crop was ready to uso This not n dell tine talk so I will toll you how lllQocl ltwms to jdranlngo another way Thuro was a patch of round about mi none near tho hltlf Tho land was yellow clay and very thin I broko it tip wirly in May and put it in good fix end howed- alxMit two bushels of Whip iaor still 11 aH worth IW n butliiil std sirs them in following with tho rrlll or Uoll along about Ihmniddlo of Juno I conunHiiceil to cut thin for food for my teams cutting at night what they would Glenn up by morning and tho tennis did thoir work bettor mind mended right along nil Hummer Ii enlist of this chiming in their fool 1dilluotyou feed the green pens only the vines nnd the cow pen will keep putting out again after cutting clrnr up to frost if you want it to Tho other part of the patch I let ripen for seal and whoa ready I gave n neighboring wid ow a chanco to pick them on shares ono hull for this other null I got near ly four bushels to my tihnru tho Dutch nians ono per cent return on liOKoed sown boHides tho valunblo green for ngo anti the good dolio to hits luneljAnother wny I got big limo cow pen was this A small Hold six hctes of corn was ready for tho last plowing On this I sowed q bushels of Whip poorwills to time uteri and instead of hilling tip Ihntcorn 1 tended it this last timo with n llvohoo cultivator following with a onohorso harrow to smooth tho laud The pens canto up amid in n week or cnmpletoly covenxl the laudn great benetit to tho corn Iwsides Jearimug no rants for wo ds Soniowhero about thin lust of Septomlwr I turiud into this field 1t hogs Tho vinos wero cororwl with ItS ami the hogs wont to work to break down thocoruT not by nny menus it WitH penH t hoy wnnt ed corn might do if nothing letter was to bo haul An occasional ear of down corn Was enter but they broke nono down In thn evening I mod to call tho hogs out to salt mad wntor them anti in the morning turn them ngaiu to tho peas this I did tiftil they lad picked over time field then list them slay in an long ns Mans were plentiful I did not feel 10 bushels of corn to tho 1U hogn they were Rmullhono HerkKhireH smith butcher ed thou Ixtforo they wow ton months old nnd not ono weigluxl less than 2I1 Hs not After gathering the corn I cruel two soxvs with their pigs in the field to scrape up till leavings nnd they uroM erod then rnllla month with no other fewl Olio morn item of profit on this vontnrn viz thin valu alibis leavings on tide Held of III hog for two months plus ditto of two suits sad their families for a month pins n mass of vines to turn under when plowing uiw1 fed In hU1 You will never wifih to tnko another loso of pills if you oiicw try ClmiiiUr iiinM Stomneh V Liver Tablets They are easier to take nnd moro peanniit ill effect They olencHu tho stumnch mil regulnto the liver nnd bowels For sale by S K WULCII Ju RIPANSI harp lx en taking Itipntis Taliuloa for time dysieMia old they have holpmi to wonderfully I do not know nay particular way ihoy affect tIIO hilt they cem to gins vigor to tho entire systein I had n sort of languid furling but since taking tlioTalitilos I feel spirited nud havo not that melancholy tnyabout mo i think they nro goal for n general hulldtip of time system Itf they seam to net like n tonic AT DRUGGISTSI The five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a year d BEREA COLLEGE undad 1 less I Places the Best Education in Reach of All Ovor so TnacliorH 800 Students from HO HtutOM Lurgost I Collogo Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade Hcliools Carjwntry Printing liousowork Nursing two years nioilol HclioolH General Education mutt fitting for advanced courses I For those tufllcltntly wlmnce to get H teachers certificate Applied Helonco Two yours course with Agriculture for young mon Hud Domestic Scionco for young ladies Normal COIIIHO Two years with practice teaching Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and College Con rxo Literary Philosophical Classical lfor life ni lisle Hood Organ Choral freo Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to all who will holp themselves toward a Christian edu cation Our instruction is a rout gift Students pity a small incidental foe to meet expenses of tho school apart from Instruction and must also pay for bonrd in advance Expenses for term 12 weeks tuny bo brought within 2100 about 11 to IK paid in advance Tho school in endorsed by Baptists Congregatiounlist Disciples Method rots Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information nud friendly advice address the Secretary WILL C OAMIILK mamas Madison On h Subscribe for THE CITIZENf THE CITIZENjT OUR CLUBU LISTNN 0 0 0 O NNO 0 0 0 0 The Citizen Cincinnati Weekly Gazette Twelve Splendid Pictures Tho Cincinnati Wookly anM zotto for ono yoar 24 pngos tho Oldost Nowspapor Ufo t Wost Tho Cltlzon ono yonr tho Boat Nowspnpor Enstorn Kontucky and twolvo splondld plcturos ono oach month witht your papers for only 80 conks oturytmonths This Htirien U u choice Hulcclion of Iwnlvo of tlu best picture taken froln the famous TomioHtMi Lifo Studios and from Auttituri iniiltiplutiiiuin ru productions in black and whit The two papers one year and twelve pictures for 80 CENTS m + The Citizen and Courier Journal 2 times a week 104 times a year 4 ThoTttiri A Vietx woriiiKKJorn SAL in hu IRA IInpr piihiHhid in the Lnilel Staler fur Dfiiiocrnts a nil for ALL readers It in the rquHIn many 1ntiue and ho miperior of nil other Semi Weeklies or Weeklies IIIN fly WATTKUSOX Kditor Tim W leiwdnv isHim is devoted toi JCI5WS MATTKKS thN Sntimlay in mioloTHK HOME Sampb eopicn hint freo mi implication AddnwMi COUKIIilt lOt t AI COMPANY Louisville Ky By special arrangement roil gut The Citizen and Twiceaj We ek CourierJournal both for one year fo ONLY 1 I 4 The Citizen and Weekly Interocean Americas best editorially fearless and consistently Repub Hcan Now from nil of bo world VoI written original HtorieAuwerH to queries Atticlctt on Hnilth tlio WorkJIh tbo c nly Western Newspaper rocuiv Inc till entire WWH nor rice of tho Sew York Sun nnd special cablu of the New York 11or1ddui reports from over 2XK special corre npondenlN throughout HIM rountry The two papers one year ONLY 1 N 0 ON NON NO 0 NH0 The Citizen and set o the Ideal Shakespeare In thirteen hnndv volumes tor lilllpdOlhlil lti It is lw unabridged lImhritIKoShltkeHIlIfI Tiimpln Kdilion Tho set kit cased n bountiful nilk cloth IMU Regular prico fftOO Our price with Citizen 1 ONLY 350IAll charges prcpliid NOTE I will givoTilr I HEAL SIUKK MBJUIK im n premium for n club of mxloou rim mibscriptiotiH TUB CIT IZBN for n year and right S tlolIAI1II Send fuilMcripliotm as fast as you got Iliopi to- JUUN nODWHLL Korea Icy N1N0 NO ON NO 0 0 N0that Tho abovo offors are for cash subscriptions only and mustt bo sont through THE CITIZEN office Send moony by registered letter or money order toITHE CITIZEN HER A KY c lull Could Nil Hilt 81cllt If hed had Itching Piles Thoy terribly annoying tint Bucklenb Ar oleo noun the worst case dlottons ii tin hunt Milvo in the world nIl u box Cure guaranteed Edward Blake College Student Uy Charles M Sheldon A khIllSlt1J Maleoin I6atpSfronUJAlpr Crpprfurll1si Bt by Advance IuUbhinu Co l t ChtdIJ It was therefore nil event to him n t fnrrotiililiii rluiiKiii wliiin Into In lu KprlMjj he began Mlowly lint none Miinril grrrtt1 Hie rltttor rnrinlu the lens surely to realize that he was IINIhud never cured fur glrlx lull now that Ilw IHCIIII to think of this ono he troubled alHiut It The change lu was gradiwl Ho had rout her with Krccda naturally oftener than he met till other prix liked her bright ulmiMt Impertinent remarks even when they were directed against hlnuclf Thrro wan a tumult uaong the girl- hl Ilui college that winter of raying mart nljIwblplavh tall tint ullngs afterward alH would say And yet cveu Kdward whu was the pooreijt kind of talker hlnmvlf found liluiHelf attempting lit while 1111 of nrllt whenever h t 1IIIIIIrlllhoe diameter tint appealed to him She Imil a shelf next to Ids In tho laboratory Injlng one of the ten girl taking a full course In oliomlstry and very often during their oxjicrlnients fluId was an e IIrl In laboratory work having ke Illy up hit practice through tho preceding Hummer He was planning to be a doctor and Mlna Seton mufti thou once declared her Intention to study for tho degreo of M U dont want to teach or go Into imiNlc or nil of thoso xl plYltlBAIUythat calls for nerve and has dls c6vcrles iMWHlhle lu It Kdwarii Hlako did tint reason very profoundly over till routs as they lH cnmo iiutv nod more facts whllo tho tarn drew to lip close and commence inept was near limit that Is not haying tint lie did out know what the facts were And It Is true nf him that be lug of the character ho was he was disturbed more deeply thou ho lIrl1I ftnuily all to himself at the few men lu willege who had danced attendance ou the girls In Mitch a way as to bo notice I 1able He licgaii to realize that he was drifting along Intu If not the same category a position where he had never been before He WitS sitting at his table one oven lug thinking of the whole matter with his ImokH open around him nod his mind restless over tho fact of his In creasing thought of another person twho had silently grown thus to do IIl11l1elll place there when he was star tied by n knock At the door He had pot heard any one come up stairs and he had hero ho occupied tint he had not or been for an luInlurruptlmtHe went to the door nod saw 1resl dent Itoyce standing there with n lady Blake this Mrs Preston Willis linudbclcame In Kdward greeted the visitor warmly Mrs Prestons face was serious as she returned tho greeting As she sat down Kdward knew from hoe manner xho had some news of Willis that must bo of grave Importance Ho wait ed for It with genuine Interest his owl- nUnlrx for tho time at tilimoWhose history was only pertly known to him tCIIA11EitI am on my way to San Kranclsco wo Willis Mrs Preston began looking at Kdward earnestly null I could not resist the Inclination to COIIICC to Inn nhr tilt way and see you On your way to see Willis Edward exclaimed lu great surprisen eonr0olne tnIC11IJ one t f which ho wrote you lie way lose an IIrIIH Han Fraticltlco III ulxmt two weeks The time of Its arrival Is uncertain Rill going on so as to be with him as soon as he arrives Mrs Irestou looked earnestly at Id ward who returned her look gravely Her face bore marks of severe xnlTcr lug When he wrote last ho confessed that he was sick of till campaign ami would be glad to rome buck to HIIN college again That is partly what came to sue you for I want you to coot luux to room with Willis He said In his letter that he didnt think you would care to It will relieve me of igrunt source of anxlety to know du you ore together I am sure I am willing to do what I cue to serve you Mr Irtslon lid ward said In u low vole He wkas troubled a little at the possibility of Willis coming back arl1Oil KrcedVs account and portly ou lilll own You will promise me to nil lu your power to help Willis wont uIIT Mrs Irestou asked anxiously Yes madam Kdward brsih t ed a little I am afraid you exag gerate my luiluence over hbn Iii o nut have much In snafu directions I am sure you are more of a help to him than you realize Mrs IrllolIIreplied eagerly Willis thinks thing of you and thinks you are nearly lrtlIIEdward looking at the pas dent anti remembering what had been cIIrlllIulI lrIIIlnkeSirs Preston looked and spoke her thanks anti In answer to several tlons from Kdward the described well she could the facts roarer- ug 1111I l Willis as they had hero edto her by the I dont think nllIItlItIbin arm will whem next fall Tor one thing I u glad I rejoice that he has liid enough urea of the tau anti glory of war Kvldyntly his wound has sickened him of Preston remained n little longer IAand then rose to go She wanted to call upon two of Willis society friends nilalie profildent vent up anti Introduced her to them anti then carne down tn Kd wants room again Kdward was Mir prised when he heard him Ray that there was n mattrr ho would Ilko to talk over with him He sot down n little way front Ittake anti looked at him earnestly yet with a slight movement of uncertainty at llrst that wax new to Kdward When It passed away the president faced INntlook that was so characteristic of him The tlrst thing he said revealed to Kdward tit 0 tact that the president more than guessiMl at the trouble he wax having over the feeling he was ly glnnlng to ex erlenco fur Sllss Seton Rink I want to question you frank about your studies Ior the last two months I have noted a very nerl ous falling oft In your efforts What Is tho matter Are you working too hard at other fhlngs What art you dollfg In a your pa cr route Kdward told him In n low voice an tlyuu wasuswn It What are your plans for the sum mer the president Baked Icbruptlw Kdwaitl was surprised I havent made wry yet I nnpi I shall do as I did last year remain here anti carry my pajnT and do any thing else I can Jet to odd to my In come The president was silent a moment still looking lit Kdward keenly Its n disappointment to me Itlake hat you have dropped down lu yonr studies You dont seem to be Inter osted In them as you used to be Te ynkeeping t have any right to know Im nut a priest and Im not asking you to sit lu confcHslonar the president said It with n smile that made Edward rlelI rosierbut am genuinely Interested In your welfare anti want to help you If you tea lu need as perhaps you ore of a little wholesome kindly eon sel Of course you neednt contldo In me unless you want to nod then you wont do It anyway I am 0 years older than you nod have seen a little more of the would than you have Are you willing that should ask a few questions think I know about your present trouble nod I cannot help feel g that It Is a port of my hnslness to you No sir I dont uilntl If you ask the questions replied Kdward feeling n ttle Htartlcd at the presidents ins t In sentence mid at the same time ox pcrlenclng a feeling almost of relief n t w yHowIll beI next August What ore you plamfiiig to do In Iiie world 1llirll sir I have always thought I would bo a doctor My mothers fa ter was a doctor Bud toothier lots bite u expressed a wish that I go Into the same profession Its a noble profession You aro taking Hpeclal chemistry thiN year with that In view Yes sir You have two tome years In Hope college and then a three years medical Yes sir It can go right ou I may to do something one year to make il way Of course yon RIO figuring on all this In ease you dont mint your heal or break down or In caseyour mother dues riot need you on the farm Yes sir Ive thought of that soup replied Kdward beginning 11 n uull some at the presidents questions and still expecting something dllTcrcnt 11nhrr burn ninliltlous to gut on In your studies bore which are prepara tory to your life work havent you Yes sir Ive tried to do my liesl Bill lately my buy you dont set Interested Arent you well Yes sir Im well enough so Kdward In a low voice anticipating the next question Tell me hutItlnke frankly n you beginning to think a good deal of one of the young ladles a grad deal more than you ever did liefore Is that whats the trouble with you Would you cull It tunable sir tnxkel Kdwanl with an unexpeeteif- gleam of humor that surprised the president at first Hut ghl Ill n really relieved that at last the subject had been broached 1hnt depends replied the lire t drat gravely I do not know of course how fur your feelings have guar A feeling so strong us to render you unlit for the business that brings you to college would be trouble would Knot Yes sir I suppose It would Kd ward answered night In a very low voice There was out another tarot t earth that lit would have conUleil with such n matter except President Itoyce mill urea with him It was eibarrasslng work Ire you willing to tell me Blake your feelings let us call It this girl err clear to you I IIIIurIderstand thrma never wax In love with 1I1IIIIIIhI bcfore IM ward answered luwh1II1I1 the president almost smiled at the way said It ihr Mars the young lady hl president KtopiKd purposely and Kdward colored deeply No sir am Mire she doesnt care anything III particular for me liner you ever said anything to Hrr gaussfforwanl desire to tell till whole truth nothingtAgain the president was tempted tot smile but he did not KHIIIIM he plain ly saw that the affair was very serious for Edward What do you think I ought to ad vise you HIake tho president asked after a patue t IMwnril was plainly confused by lu question and could not think of any thlngi to answer Do you think yon ought to go on you have begun anti allow yourself tern fall In love with this girl tr It Is glutg to embarrass your plans fur your wurlY dont know Tan help It sr Do you advise me to keep away frrtni her entirely Y No replied till president very quietly Sod the reply came as a great surprise to Kdward Hut the president understood human nature better thi utItthe student knew It cold he was face to face with u problem now tint was rlpart of a young mans life mid a xr cots port of It According to the way the problem was toot anti answered might dtiHnd tho young mans whole career not only In college limit all through his life No repented President lloyce I dont advlsoyou to try to crush out the feeling you have Itegun to have for this young woman If It Is genuine and know It Is genuine for I Ix Ilerehlr nildHut If love Is unseltlsh and ennobling It Is Also not wanting III wisdom 101- 1ollhlllilt be willing In case your feel hug towanl the girl were perfectly crrtnhttwould not be willing to allow It to harm Instead of help you or her main business In this college Is to p purr yourself for the work of life nthtrlnueutIs lu such way as to render you unlit for the purpose that makes this college of any value to you It ts entirely pox Bible for you or any other true manly IIstudent to como to have a wholesome manly affection torn young woman Inat the college Just the name as a tgor tuna In society outside of n colic gpand community nod still go ou his way preparing for his life work oat hinder or embarrassed by the tact of his feelings but rather helped by them In all frankness lilake myself feel as If generally In coeducational Instl tutlons like ours tho less said nnd thought about serious lovemaklng the better The students err here to study not to ennui one another as a rule Rut In ruse of an honest sincere at tnchment that comes ns naturally tn a student as It might route to any other yjiiuig man anywhere else In the woe do out feel as If my business was to advise him to crush It out Let him he a man In this experience as III any other Now I want to say honestly Itlake you have oat been n man so far thlh matter You have dropped your Interest In your studies you hove let your feelings harm you Instead of help Am right nl ont that Yes sir Im afraid you url replied Kdward lu a low tone again He a man about It Blake If your feeling Is worth having If It Is not sin ply n sentimental fancy for a fort or a manner If It U something you ought not to bo ashamed of let It make n bet ter man out of you a better not a worse student a better not a worse child of God fie president rose as a step came down the stairs and Mrs Preston knocked at the door If there Is any thing I can do fur you my boy said President Uoyce going up tn Kdward nd putting a hood ou his arm you know I am at your service Thank you sit you have helped me already said Edwaro and thou opened the door and Sirs Preston corn titIII She Kluiply repeated her message concerning VJllIs and soon went out with the president When they were guar Kdward Blake 1college student did some really sorlnii thinking The presidents talk had cleared up tfic atmosphere a good deal He was able to see some things more clcnrlM he sot by his desk going over flue conversation he had Jut lull with the president he felt the force of IIIhi argument lie was not so much In love or rather lie was not feeling to IQworth Miss Scion In such n way that he was Insensible to any and every form of counsel from another person reit was somewhat surprised at some things the president had said hut he understood his position on time whole very clearly and the more he thought at It the more lit respected It AH he sat h his desk he opened our of till drawer lu It and after lifting off some papers that lay ou the top he aNtook out a photograph of Miss Setou It was to tell the truth a very poor picture anti to tell hut truth agate Kdward had actually taken It out of a book that Ida had loft III tho parlor nf the hall one night while Kdward was calling on irceda Ida had charged one of the other boys present that even dreathingtltnt Inc with taking the picture occur Kdward Blake the tin demonstrative had taken IU There was a nenip of Miss Solons writing ratsrlth the photograph that Kdward had htfound In the hall also nod he placed It alongside the photograph anti looked JnlInl them Then he put them bark In their places In the drawer and IfNbut It up two after II moment he rose and walked up and down through the room The tiny was actually at one crisis of his life There are moie crises lu every young mans life than he himself Is al ways aware nf hut Kdward probably reallxed this one with more or less derstanding of Its gravity It Is oat easy to state Just what lilt Vital resolve was In so many terms It Is perhaps enough to say that he realized the fool ishness of allowing a new nod growing passion to spoil his college course nail even more thou that possibly III the end rentier the life of another person unhappy or at least throw an element Into It that would hinder Its trey and natural development This much eau truly bo said for Kd ward at this plae In his college cnurse He went out the next tiny raw begnu tIll work under different Im pulses from what he had felt for n lout time He had n conscious feeling nf dread ut the thought of meeting 31kI Seton III the laboratory that afternoon t almost as If she had been present dur hug the presidents talk or at least had IIhlllI where she mould hear II But he aN relieved to Unit that stir was Just the same and he discovered that ho fLwnR able to meet her talk with her In a fn cdnm from embarrassment of late he had not limn able to thlltI It Is not the place herd to tell Kdwanls whole experience was In the matter nor how tho Interview with tho president shaped It all for him as the year went on Is enough to fay that ho had the munlluess to go ou with his studies In his old time spirit of vigor anti If as the days went on he found no lessen ing of his feeling but perhaps n deep cuing of It he realized that the feeling was not spoiling bis life That muck ho was at least conscious of nod even more lu time Tho term had conic to nn end and another summer vacation faced him Krecda wcut homo again and ns the year before Kdward planned to stay Kayuor fwd carry his paper II went home for a few days Just to the folks nail then came buck again tn resume his work Yhe hall was again deserted and It was lonesome business to keep up time saute old lift with tile boys guar The president too hatagone to Kuroi o nit a summer tn Germany and there was tin secretarys batnrI Polie had been J from the fury two weeks anti had settled down t regular routine of vacation work when ho began to feej n physical weariness that was new to him He had been taking his meals with a few of the IMIJS nt the club but they had all le the end of two weeks except two three who wIre carrying papers thin Kdward had begun to boon He bought a small oil stove and experimented more or less with cooking lint did oat gut ou very well He disliked tile business of gutting his own meals anti only continued It on ac count of economy lie woke up sue morning with n strange fenllng of lassitude nod itll great dllllciilty he gut up and cooked some oatmeal nod made a cup of cof fir Hut when he went down to tho laboratory whore he had secured per mission to continue his chemistry he throaglr1the forenoon and when dinner theocame he till not feel hungry nod lay down on his bed He must have lain there two hour In a drowsy condition when some ouo knocked on his door and when he cull ed out Come In win should como but Wheaton Whoaton woofed tout boarded out Bide of the college buildings lint lit carried u paper anti wax working his way through Kdward had takcii n dislike to him and seldom met him and till not really loons him lit put him down as pious mid knew that ho wan active In the college Y SI C A I was jitiRslug through the nnd thought I would Just drop up nu see you Most of the fellows hnv gone turn the hell havent they Yes replied Kdwanl shortly lit was Irritated by Wheatons presence lie had no respect fur his scholarship and put him down as something of a goody goody fellow who was a crank on religious things nod wiry unreal minded In his views What about this Edward Blake Who are you to judge others without knowing the facts ire you sick Blake asked Wheat cm kindly us Kdward math nn move toj get up from his recumbent position n1111 going down town said El- ward briefly as he mado nurlTor to got up He was somewhat bewildered to find what a tremendous effort It re rlctIconcern withIsomething was not Just right with Kd ward hut did not venture to speak again about It and as Kdward contin ued to pick up Ids paper bag and get ready to go down town ho asked Going down Slalu street my wily No Im going over the hill re plied Edward briefly He usually went straight down Slain street lint a perverse spirit within him made him dislike the thought of WheatonK com pany All right replied Wheatou IPhrntouI It were you Itd pretty hot this afrer noon Kdward mado no reply and Wheat ou went awuy When Kdward mute out of the cooler recesses of the ball down stairs It seemed as If the heat wax overpowering to him Still with the dogged obstinacy that belonged to him he went dnwu town by till hill rood because he said ho was gulag to although It was nearly n thlnl farther IWIIIII he reached the olllce lie could hastily stand up Kverythlng nn the streets danced before him Ho stag gored along with his papers hull blind How he over made the rounds with his load he could oat have tout Nillhcr did ho remember how ho climbed the hill again and reeled lulu lilt room He had a dim recollection afterward of dropping on Ids bed till pun heap and then darkness fell on him tTo UK co5Tixufeo GripttakeChamberlainsrected and quick rocoveiy is sure to nnytendpncy sriousdanerands who here used it for the grip not one case has ever been reported SEWELCh Necessary Expenses for i SchoolcPeroni who board themselves can spend av much or little as they choone on living expense It pays to han a little extra money orlttt irs booki and otherlhlugs But the uecewary ueIlIlCIare unit as lolloxl To pay the Ant day IIOW1RO LAniFJ tALL RAIL WEspen el Himlt rte about 2 wRom100EtentoltundqMunlhi Hoard 5 no 600- Llring mell lermlalllldry ro Beginning Mo Board 6 4 00 Beginning SdMo Board 00 5 1W 11 Genl DrpoMt returned 00 Tatar Yapeurel9 Weeks 3775 S7 75 For Ihow below flrammar de tuct the tl for hook and II from Incidental fee making the tolollly1115Whllllutr room together each sores II on totallFuel Ii VlrvnU more In Winter and cents leu lu Spring term TxatlNmafurhouscktrpUgwlthstovtxelc can usually renleil for from 110 t6 a term The prlre f n Mf enlf n little tanbark r fnw luiiiirnimn bcIr will glue term of chuol which will change onei whale life fur the lirltftr- tla Orlppe Julckly Cured lu the winter of 1893 and 18W I wax taken down withis severe attack of what is called La Grippe says F L Hewett a prominent druggist of Wmfield III Tho only medicine I used was two bottles of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It broke up the troll and stopped the coughing like magic and I have never stare been troubled Coughoto break up a sewers cold and ward off any threatened attack of pneu monia It is pleasant to take too which makes it the most desirable anti Duo of the most popular in use for these ailments For sale by S E WELCH Jrt IJTHECITIZEN A Mortgage I On AnLAir Castle and a dead mans good inten tions are equally worthless to a widow and her orphan children Take out a policy NOW while you canwithThe Mutual MiI MI MyI ed bo Life Insurance Company of Kentucky and provide something SUB STANTIAL for your widow and orphans The Now Perfection Policyincontestable from data of issueis the best life insur ance proposition in the field J IJ 111 CIC Jr Special Agent Stnto llnnk and Trust Illiljr tUehlllun Ky W II IOUTKK UUtrlrt Agent llrrra llniikllic Compnnjr- llereit ICs BUY THE NESEWING Do not be deceived those Who ad vertlso a 6000 Sewing Machine for 2000 Thisklnd ofa machine can be bought from us or any of our dealers C19ill 1500 to1800 WC MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST The Feed determines the strength 01 weakness of 8ewh Double Feed combined with other itrong points makes the New Home the best Sewing Machine to buy Ills e ror CIRCULARS IIhowing Hewing resent lacblne styles the oI wo manufacture and prices bcforepuroluulng fBI NEW HOME SEWIKC HA HINEGO MAM UnIon Sq N Y Chicago IllAtlanta GL 3U LoulsMo DnlUuTez8an Fiunolf oo Gtl FOR SALE IY SISCO ft CO NIcbolasTille Ky THE MARKETS Al KtrOKTED aT t A O NORMAN k ofctJIClNSATI DIAQ- ZICATTLECommon285 J400 Butchers425 Bar Shippers525 60- 0CALvgsChoica600 650 If Large Common400 600- Hoas Common e540 645 II Fair good light 600 640 j Packing650 670 SHEEP Good to choice 425 500 Common to fair275 460 LAMBS Good to choice 650 iJ 685 II Common to fair500 640 WHEATTNO 2 Redm 811- UpRNNo 2 mixed Now 621 63 OATSNO 2 46 47 RTENO 2 63 FLODE 61 Winter patent 380 410 fancy 350 366 Family300 380 MILL FEEqI800 2100 HAT No 1 Timothy 1250 1300 No 2 1100 1125 No1 Clover 950 975- t No2 800 950 PODLTRTFryersper lb 12 Heavy hens l0 Roosters 5 Turkey hens 12 Toms Turkeys 9 Ducks 11 EoosTFresh near by 15 Goose 60 ImesWotsalted 7 No 1 dry salt 10 61Bull 6 Sheep skins 50- TALLowPrime city M 6 Country 5J Q U WOOL Unwashed medium combing 17 18 Washed long j 22 2rf Tub washed 22 J 23 FEAT Ens Oeese new nearly white 41 to average 38 42 Duckcolored to white 28 35 Chicken white no quills i 8 Turkey body dry 12 15 TU Eaiy To Feel Good Countless thousands have found a blessing to the body in Dr Kings New Life Pills which positively cure Constipation Sick Headache Dizzi ness Jaundice Malaria Fever and Ague and all Liver and Stomach i troubles Purely vegetable never gripe or weaken Only 25o at all drugstores w NNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNN- NLOCAL AND PERSONAL t Miss Sophia Hodges wont to Camp Nelson Friday For Easter Flowers call phone 128 Richmond Ky Miss Addio Hunle Cut flowers always on hand Miss Addle Richmond Phoni 128JLittle Doppie Ogg was takers seri ouely ill last Friday hut has recover Little Robert Sharp is on tho mend and we hope he will soon be able toJ out Esquire Baker Mrs Baker and Miss Kate of Wallnceton were int town Monday Arthur Vocum goes to Vnllncotor for an extended visit to Esquire Baker and family goon Cash Van Winkle tho blacksmith has moved to Boron and willwork with Jas Dalton The attendance at the public schoo this spring is quite large Both teach ers have their hands full Marshal Tatum has a force at work getting out hard rock to put on theI Chesnut Avenue pike Born to Mr and Mrs Robe on In Iliac Fort Mountain on Wednesday Iho 10th a dau hterIDied Thursday the 20that hiRt homo in Bobtowu Walter son of MrI and Mrs Jeff Garrett Covington ft Banks have n now advertisement in this weeks issue BoI sure and rend it carefully The Rwellest lino of Hats XfckI wear Underwear Collars arid Cuffs at Rico Arnolds Richmond Ky Next Sunday is Easter Sunday LoU sequently there will bo a large attend ance at Jforninff Services especial of Spring Bonnets At the Church of Christ of Berea last Sunday morning subscriptions for building a Parish house for church meetings were taken amounting to 1860 J Mr R E Short who has been at Camp Nelson for a while returnee Saturday and will start to his botnj in Illinois this week Died Friday the 21st at 230 a m Pauline Maltby only daughter of Mr and Mrs T J Osborue Burial Fri day evening at the cemetery W D Embrce who graduated hero two years ago was a Yale dele gate to the Convention at Toronto Canada last month and will graduate from Yale in Juno The old Hutchinsou house now known as the Music Hall is to give place in the near future to a church building for the Berea Church ol ChristRev C H Cosby of Dennison Uni versity a Baptist Institution at Grad ville Oj has joined the senior class at Berea and expects to graduate at CommencementMr of Houghton Mich has entered the Academy at Beroa Mir Hoods father is Professor of Me chanical Engineering iu the Michigan State School of Mines Dr Burgess leaves next week for his vacation He goes to hia home at Providence R I and will visit the great Universities of the East some time While The UO WSTR United Order of the Weary Sons of Rest will hold informal sessions asgpportunityoffers- but regularly on Saturdays on the sidewalk fronting Postoffice Block ad long as weather permits Tho erection of a Parish House for Beroa Church meets with very goner al favor and support Many porsons would be glad if a site for the build ing could be had nearer to tho center of the village than the one chosen In the Police Court last Saturday before Esq Gay James Pauley Chas Easley John Henry and Jonas Henry the last two colored wore each fined 10 and costs for being drunkand disorderlyMiss Douegac with two sisters stopped at C I Oggs on their way to McKee last week Miss Ruth was taken sick with scarlet foyer nnd could not proceed Sine has about recovered and the disease has not spreadIn tho obituary last week Brother Hart an error occurred viz Mr Hart was married to Mbs Eliza Elulett it should have been Miss Elizabeth Kirby not Miss Eliza Hu lett Miss Kirby now Mrs Hurt is n daughter of Reuben and Mary Kirby still living near Berea The postoffico at Beroa has been advanced to an International Money order Office and money orders can now be obtained mere for any money order office in tho International Post jflice Union The fees run from ten ents to one dollar An order for EIOO costs 51 It Is a sure safe meth od of remitting Mrs James Daltou who has heen sick BO long js improving Real estate bought or sold Proms attention terms reasonable J15 HOSKINS Borea Ky Dr WIJ Harvey business mans gerof tho irc eriKaptist Jlecorde will preach at tho Baptist church utz Sunday Misses Florence Jones and Berth R Johnson visited Mrs Nettie J link or on Owsley Fork Tuesday and report n delightful trip Mr apt Mrs C A Jones had verypleasant visit with Mr and Mrs F Simms at their homo 011 Scaffold Cane recently Miss Van Monte Superintendent oC Hospital who accompanied Miss C R Almy to her homo at JOllies torn N Y returned Tuesday nm reports Miss Almv improving OUR COUNTY NEWS The streets qf Richmond were two inches deep in dust last SItuntayI When you go to County Court nex time bo sure and call on T J Mohei toy on Main St opposite tho Courthouse for Collars and Harness Hi prices are low County Superintendent Wager says there are many more spring tern public schools this year than last nun that tho attendance is much better than heretofore We have the sole agency for Rich mend anti Madison county for Famoi Queen Quality Shoos for Women Prices S300 Oxfords S2M A large assortment of W L Douglas Slice for Men at S2 rIO fi300 and S30 AI ways tin hand Hits ARNOLD thick mend K- yL N1 W NNNNNNNNNN N NN CORRESPONDENCE NNNNNN INNNNN ROCKCASTLE COUNTY DISPUTANTA Born to Mr and Rufus Abrntns Ii daughterG V Owens and fntnil will move to their new homo on Clen Creek this weekMiss Annie McGuire is mi Turing train rosoohr Rev visitingfriends Willio Blanton of Boren visited or Clear Creek Sunday Kobt and Sit Shearer left for Fairland III on the 20th inst James Combs of Berea visited Esquire Reynolds last week Mrs Nancy Abnoy and son Ruble visited Mr and Mrs 0 M iayne Sunday Born to Mr and Mrs Clay Miller a daughter A T Abnoy wa at Brush CreekSundoy Esq James Reynolds is siqk at this writing Died Monday March 10 H Martin leaving a wife nnd two small children Miss Katie Lakes of Borcn is visit lug her sister Mm O M Payne Mrs W A Hammond is visiting her daughter Mrs W B Harris at Bob town ROCKFORD Mies Virgin Martin visited Miss M Todd Saturday and Sunday Mrs Summers Simms has gone to Indiana Misses Tilda Cook and Benulal Viars visited relatives at Living tn Friday Mrs Sarah Simms who has LuoyIlives at Berea Grandma Linvillo ol r Scaffold Cano died Saturday morn ingMiss Nnnnie Bales visited Miss Bessio Linvillo Thursday V Viars the son of Walter Viars who has been sick is bettor Mr Jas Dalton was it Scaffold Cano SIIUllayJ W Todd has engaged 500000 yellow poplar sawed shingles to be delivered is soon as possible Mr tL P Gadd chckIen8logs to be tied MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Sunday was a good day for tho mom bont of Scotts Chapel M E church Iu tho morning Rev Talbolt preach adan able sermon in tho afternoon a musical and literary progrnui was rendered which was very much ap preciated and at evening Rev Tal ott preached his farewell sermon ba Core leaving for Conference Rev TaI- ott is an able minister anti has done a good work in this place for the up wilding of Christianity It is earn ifttly hoped that he may return Mrs Ann Pearl whoso serious illness was recently mentioned IS no better at his writing Robert Robinson and Florence Smith of the East End wore narried last week Tho Sunday ichool of the Bethel Baptist church is preparing to render a very elabor ito Easter program Sunday evening at 730 Everybody is cordially hi cited tv attend Ires fJntlmwny of the State Normal was a welcome vis tor nt this placo Saturday and Sun lay Seeing Professor in his usual cheerful way made ono fool like old times when he was one of u8L Davis who Inns ken attending soho iu Louisville has returned to his homo at North PorkIlovI White and Prof Hathaway made an intereetiu and appropriate addresses to tho Bethel Sundayschool Sunday morn tug rOWSLEY COUNTY FLOYD Baker Bros have their mill lu lIuo shape and are cutting lots of lumber Robt Antis who is erecting aIIIOUHO for U H Rice on his farm ex peels to finish 4t very noonxLetcho Gtibburd ono of your readoru hMI thill potmasjltcrrecently U 11 Rice of Sebastian has hauled sortie line poplar logs 40I Inches in diameter to the mill1V- M Chandler is sick from a rolnpyt caused by fever Miss Lulu Cliaud lor who was not expected to live lift recovered uerhcntth MAJOR Yfntcr has left us and farmers an very busyltro Ragiu will bold a series of meetings at this place comI meucing April 17 assisted bJBro Hughs from near Coviugtou Sun dayschool will boorgnnizod Vidlo Viowtho 1st Sunday in April Mr Hiram Fullon of Owen county has boon visiting friends find relatives hero W B youdorgniKsH thre youngest daughters are in school al Oneida KyMr Win Minter b Madison county is visiting friends antI relatives in Owsloy JACKSON COUNTY KERBY KNOB Mr Irvine Maker purchased clove head of hogs from W J Duugherty Mr Johnnie Baker returned Imo Indiana lust wwklwnnso ill health The little daughter of MM Mary Eagle Hays huH bream very illFlit Sundayschool in tho Parks district began InstSunday The winter lltiuK so bad it had udjourutsl till spring Mist Ellen Click spout the day Sun day with her cousin Miss Laura lint field Mr C A Van Winkle fillet bra appointment at the Christian church at Kirby Knob last Sunday MADISON COUNTY PEYTONTOWN Miss Addoll Pholps is ttachiuj school at Whitehall Miss Mary V White has entered forum spring torn at DcroaJ 0 Burunm of Berth au hors among friends last week C F and Limn Burnam paid n visit to Davistown Jest ww k W Wright of Richmond attended church hero Saturday anti Sundayno1 Miller lies returned from Lancaster and reports a rood rovivnJ meeting there Rev R II Munday nHsisle bj Revs Clay and I Miller held services hero lost Sunday Rev Miller preached a fine sermon from Ephcsians fi 14 Many visitors worn with us =W hind n fine attendance at Sunday sctmoof Bro Wright of Richmond ad1r lied tbo Nelson ReV S Watti attended church nt Kirksvilln last Sunday Rev Clay Miller will preach at Peytontown church on Sunday night PERRY COUNTY VIPER Circuit Court convened at Hazard Mar 3 Judge Moss being absent Hold Wnu Lewis of ilyden was chosen as special jndgo Thirtynine members of tho bar were present Judge Lewis gave general satisfnclion in his rulings and conducting the court Six prisoners were sent io the pen one for defacing log braudri one for arson four for kltiklnxing In the election contest decided nt this court UttSh Eversolo won tho CountyJudge- ship from Ira Colo An appeal was taken FOR SALE A Fine opening for a- Live Sawmill Man One twenty 20 horse Lane Bod ey doublo sawmill engine and outfit in excellent condition and practically lowj with edger and cutoff saws coin loto Tho capacity of the mill is from 8000 to 15000 feet a day Tho mill is on Clear Creek Itockcnslle county and is sot to a fino body of timber of JWOOOO to 500000 feet Reason for wishing to sell Is poor health of tho ownora For price and terms apply to II BLAZER CO- Conway Ky EDUCATIONAL WORTH KNOWING The tjntvoraity of Chicago line nn instructor jn the Russian language The Womans College nt Jacksonville Iit has now secured 10000 conditional on the raising of S25000 Dr Daniel C Oilman for twenty six jcars president of Julius Hopkhia University has been olectetl president of till now Carnegie University at Washington President Gilumn of the Carnegie Institute observes that the giving of degrtvs in this younlry is overdone anti that tho extent of tho practice js ridiculous Tho typical man of YPlltllfllllJwaHI time man who tried to everything mho Upknl nuts morrow will try to know everything something Last year in the United States T OOOOtX worn raised and routrilnitrd to foreign missions 100000000 to cluirch work in Itho UniUxl States 105000000 for maintaining the pub lie schools JCWOOOOOO for breud SSOO000000 for tobacco and g11N10 XX10QOlttiuors A remarkable dinUiatioh took phis on tlto Itli of the prwent mouth which is really thn celebration of the foundation of the first American Frets School Tboyitoistiot as might lk supposed in SewHoglundnutathet- own of Hampton in Virginia In this place in 1C11 IJtiijiunln Syjim willed to tho mfihh of Kiqnotati snow Elijilnth City Coutly Vu JUO nOrM of lard null tho milk from itght cows for tho purpose or endowing a kite school iu which tho children of thnt tiny resident In the county might re ceive a live ducatlon t irntr to Whip Crrnnir Whipped cream Is nit imltciHiitmitilf with the cltowlflto tint A Ililli sum ur tuny IK Lapel In wlihtHl rhoeuUiiw spit nil cffim about Ir mlita In tin cups Tiikd tbb tint of mvHt vrvatit nlill stir Into It n little milk In wbtrh n traniXMliful of R l thf 1mi Itwtt ills wIviMl The milk U llclitlr liratml tn allow the gelatin to niflt mud then nt luwiNl to cool WliiU partly told but before It ergs time toIIt the nrilk l starred Into the ctvnm With time rrmilt that the rmmi In sllfTfnwl Xvllli tln gelatin The whole Is now Ixnten Into the lightest Conan mensrt Lend s YOUR POSTMASTER Is tho authorized agent for Tin CITIZEN Oho him FiirV dKNu anal ho will Bond it 10 ua cud wo will mill The Noatwitj Cleanest Newsy Newspaper you over road onq ouch week for a year POSTAGE STAMPS TAKEN When you wake up with a bail trtsttj In your mouth you rummy know that you need a those of Clmmltorlaiiii Stomach ft Lifer Tablets They will leuusd your stomach improve your ippetite and make you fool like a sew matt They are easy to lake being sugarcoated and pleasant in effect For side by S E WELCH JR N z r Three Years in Richmond And out of all thn soUof teeth that have boon made ut my oQicu if titers is one sot or ally Nuts that show any defects will mall a new sot Inn We are makiug the best set of teeth in the world for S7DO and if detects show in lye enra we give you I new rut CNI ThiH applies to all time teeth have made or am going to make the bent alloy tills in the world at 75 couta DR HOBSON DcntlsUI- ormaiHUlly locottnl in the Hobnor Building next door to GOT eminent Building Richmond Kentucky RofortDco Richmpnd about flank Special Priit to Studentfl 1 A lUklnC IIUarIgr1NNt- IVakheil down u tehgraph line which Chan C EIIU of Lisbon In hail to repair Standing oillldllll in icy watr hu writes gave mo n lurrlhhi cold suit cough It grew worse dnily Final v t hn lxt dwlors In Oakland Nb Sioux City jind Omaha nuld I hnd Consumption strait roiild not live Then Mxgnn using Dr Kings Now Discovery and was wholly cunxl by six bottles lnsit- lvely giiarantewl for Coughs Colds amid all Throat nnd Lung iroiiblixir for sale by all drugstores fries Mc aid 100 IS r O iISVIIIc t L Hqndorson 1outs Railway t II Homeseekers Excursions AT LOWRATESI Tb TI- EETicketsons WEST1e First tu n d Third Tuesdays n MARCH ARIL and MAY 1902 Alsb Low Colonist tf One Wtvv Rates to the Northwest and CoJlforhifc Points For Further Itormotlcm Adl1rlII GEO L GARRETTL J IRWIN Trr v isa Aiont Cenl fins Agent LOUISVILLE KY 5p rIJ 1 t t 4 t t WELCHil I HAS PURCHASED THIS p CEJJ Sr r I Commencing next weak ho will use it weekly to quote goodaart t I prices that will atoniahIthe natives j 1 I I TheBigStorf Berea Ky 1 ts L t VSS SV9 SSSSSSI vsv s