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REV JOHN DODWELL Mgr with HtrMic Stuff of Killliirn and Cot L ronputiilent Knterttt at Uu Pttojfltt at Nom Ay nj Kcm l claw willmatter VOL HI A Family Papor BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 3 1902 Fifty cents a year NO 11 IDEAS Poor harvests or none from poor 8ct1 lIWhen you buy your gardon seeds dont forgot a low papers of lower seeds You cant eat lowers but if you cau get good only by way of your mouth you ought to bn H catfish A young muu who foil heir to a sum of money asked u friend how ho ought to invest it Empty your pockets into your bntius wan tlio nd yice TAKE NOTICE Rev Dei thick will preach Sunday morning April ant the Second Church on Sabbath Observance Next Sunday morning Rev 0 Rex lord Raymond B Dwill preachat the Tabernacle on Sunday Observ anCer J P Dicknell has boon appointed Depositary for Dorea Auxiliary of the American Bible Society A now stock of IlitICNaudTosbuneutsareonbaudSunday of Louisville will preach morning anti night at the Baptist church Dr Har vey is biihiness manager of the Wt l ern Jltconter and a loading spirit of the South and View President of State Board of Missions FROM THE WIDE WORLD Miss Elton M Stone the American Mimiiouary who wax lately released from captivity among Bulgarian brig ands left Saloulca Roumania last Thursday for America Cecil Rhodes the man whom soma think to have been the principal cause of thy Boer Win in South Africa died Wednesday Mar Jfi at fifiJi p ra in a humble cottage near Capo Town South Africa The German Government hM offered Oust second and third prizes of 10000 r000 and 2rxX marks respec tivoly for the Wilt alcohol motors for military use They must Ira made in Germany must weigh less than eight tons suit bo able to draw 16 tons on good roads IN OUR OWN COUNTRY On Sunday a heavy gala raised n big sea on Lake Erie and lowered tho water in Toledo harbor nearly four feetTwentytwo persons lost their lives by drowning in Sundays storm in Tennessee proPerty was damaged to the amount of 1000000 Blanche lobe n nurse horsewhip ped tho Mayor of Topeka Kas last week because ho does not close up tho saloons according to law Part of Colorados exhibit at the Worlds Fair at St Louis next year will bo a miniature irrigated farm with daily illustrations of tho working of tho system Gntfixcitouient exists in Okla homaovor the uuonthing in the Wich ita mountains of an eighty five pound nugget 83 pit cent pure gold It was found Ira Devils Canyon uoar one of tho ancient mines of tho Spaniards A number of counties in S E Mis souri are in distress I eauho of the drought of last year Feed for stock and food for tho people nod especial ly seed for this years planting aro exceedingly scarce the other parts of tho Slate are assisting thorn On Sunday a little before noon an exceedingly fierce windstorm struck tho region of Pittsburg Pa wrecking tho Presbyterian Church in Knoxville Pa The church was filledwith an Easter congregation of about GOO About 40 persons were injured five perhaps fatally At McDonald tho Robinson Run U P Church was struck by lightning the spire fell through tho roof injuringsovoral per sons two of whom may die u COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Fortyeight out of the IlU counties in the State are entirely dry and 21 others have only one point in each where liquor is sold In 17 others liq uor can only bo obtuiuodat two points There aro only seven out and out wet counties in the State The Lexington Annual Conference of African Methodist Church opened at Mt Zion Church Walnut Hills Cincinnati 0 Thursday last Bishop D A Ooodsell providing The con ference comprises tho States of Ken tucky Ohio Indiana and Illinois The work of tho Deaconess Training School will be an important question THE CITIZEN IFLAX AND HOMESPUN will show its faith this soring in UOMESIUN INDUSTRIES by sowing a crop of flax on the College farm fhlrofon bo no possible doubt that of spinning and weaving by the people of the moun tains would hoof very vorv great bene fit to them in more ways than one Tho homo would bo the gainer because thorn would bo helter prospect of holding it together the increased op portunity for profitable work at home would lessen tho need for scattering tho fatally to seek for employment dillforel1tspinning and weaving wore u fetus sity to clothe the family because materials tho ware wore not easy to procure Now almost every cross toads has Itlltoro and cheap very material for clothing can bo bartered for eggs butter etc art of HOMBSITN has almost nudthoI because the absolute boon removed Some folks think this to be a gain but very many thoughtful persons think differently Hut if tho homo manufacture has ceased to ho a necessity the change of condi lions has brought it into the line of a profitable employment Today ono yard of good liusoywooisoy will buy ten yards of store calico and ono yard of wellwoven homespun jeans will buy tho man a pair of readymade stout overalls and two yards a pair of Sunday breeches Now if the good folks prefer Mtorc dollies why not pur chase them with homenpun of their awn make and hire a comfortable profit left overt Tins FAN MB nor Through Beroa College u good mar kot has been opened for all kinds of good homespun such as jeans linen bedcovers etc at good prices Now dont read this article and let the mat ter drop but put in a patch of flax and Repair that Loom get rid of a lot of noaccount dogs so that your sheep will not bo killed and wool will be plenty this you can either card at homo or take to the factory to bo made into rolls Sell some ggs to buy cottonchain smith when full conies you will have employment at homo that will bring in moans to send the boys and girth to college for the win ter nnd spring and your homes will be blessed and happy Consider this matter in solid earnest but BE SURE TO SOW A rATCII OF FLAX TillS SPRING if you will write to Miss Josephine A Robinson Berea College Berea Ky shin will bo glad to tell what kinds of homespun aro most salable and what prices you can got for your work CARD OF THANKS I wish to sincerely thank my friends who Intro suoported me in my candi dacy for the office of postmaster at Bores also to assure all other friends who foil themselves under obligations to support other candidates of my goodwill and unchanged friendship FaithfullyD N WKLCII Try Chamberlains Stomach Liv er Tablets tho best physic For sale by S E WELCH JR- ANNOUNCEMENT Wo are authorized to announce Roy C White as candidate for Circuit Court Clerk in Madison county sub ject to thin action of the Democratic party 11 jittt BRICK FOR SALE About 50000 firstQloss brick very hart Will sell allor part to suit purchaser Tho brick may bo seen on my form near Whites Station Address or canon Geo D White Richmond Ky or see man on the faun All Kjcn on 1raa Great in Texas Her vast cotton crops anti marvelous oil discoveries amaze tho world Now follows tho startling statement of the wonderful work at Cisco Tox of Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption liMy wife contracted ft severe lung trouble writes Editor J J Eager which caus ed a most obstinate cough and finally resulted in profuse hemorrhages but she has been completely cured by Dr Kings New Discovery Its positive ly guaranteed for Coughs Colds and all Throat and Lung troubles hoc and SlOO Trial bottles free at all drugstores NECESSITY FORGOOD ROADS Menu n Crrnt Krnnninln mama ID Mnrkf llnu Irmliirr- In n country ns largo ns that In whloh we live with the greater part of L + producing regions widely M irnt ii from the nmrljoix which tiny MTV the mutter of trniinjiorlntloii In niii of rust Importiinro HMVH Iiirlln IiMtx In The Koriiin Tills npiillcs inrtlcnhirlv to our iwlfiiltimil pnMlurtx tar liilo n great portion both of our iimniifnf ttuvil output nnil of our Turin growth III list lie movttl lone illstnnccs hy rail or water before miichlm n murkcf prnrtlcnllv nil of the hitter inimt also lio InniMporlcd for renter or hn dls tnncex over till piilille highways Tho question of lliiirketllii these nxrUll tiirnl proiIuetH imimiiitliii hi stir tnlt til KliiteH tiillOOOlMXMiuo Miinuiilly on terniH that the ilvnler con nlToril to pay mil the grower to need t often re iltioes Itself to n iiliextlon of ehenp unit julck lellvery In other words to n jucKlloii of econoiiihiil trntiMpnrtntloii- AH fur UK the railways nnil xtrniii skip linen are roneerneil this pmhlpni IIIN IKVII dealt with very intelllxeiiily anil witlHfnetorlly Skill mud money have bell npplleil wlthoiit stint to till provlHlon of enlarged IIUMIIIH of con veynnee linproveil WIVK nnil Inerofifeil power These Inllniliee miller tilt stress of Htroni ttiinpeiltlon have re ilneeil IOIIK ilUtnnce frIght ratty to n rlII1ollllllhh level Thore IM one phase of this tKini ortn than problem Imwerer which lull up proniheil no sal IMfnetorc solution tlint IH the matter of WIIKOII rand until As lint already been said while time gaiter part of our fiirm product triivels by KleiiniKlilp fiiiuil or rnllwny for a por tion of time Journey to innrkrt virtuallyI TO MAHKirr ov A noou HOAI nil of thorn are conveyed for KOIIIO dillI tnnce over the public highways unfortunate that thin Is often the most expensive part of their journey It has been shown by matlicuiatlcnl demon ntnitlon that It costs more to move a bushel of wlimt or u ton of buy ton mines over the average country toads of the United States thini to tnuiniMtrt the sane burden WK inllox by railway or i0X mullet by iiteaiuidilp It lads happened many times In tilt ferent parts of the country that farmers have let crops go to waste because till cost of ImtilliiK thrum to the nearest market or railway shipping point over wretched and III kept roads amounted to more that could be realized for them afterward whereas If good roads on which heavy loads could be hauled lend btCllllt laud the sane crops could have iMfti marketed at a stimuli profit to the producer while the economic gain re nutting from their application to useful pursues would have Liven very considerable SIde Tlrcn nod loud ItiiiliU- Ioiibtlew time best way to keep an earth road or shy road for that mat ter III repair Is by the use of wide hlIIIrow tires nre also ninoiig most do htructlve gents to time hells pastures nnd mendows of farms while on time other hand wide tires mire roadmaker limey roll and harden the surfiici and every loaded wngon becomes In effect n road roller Nothing xo much tends to the Improving of n road ns the con tinued rolling of Its surface Touts I made nt the experiment stations In Utah suit Missouri show that wide IhNInot only Improve the surface of but that under ordinary less lower IH required 16ClrlIIIIIKtlll1lItI on which wide tires are nnbINiMr Irrnryi finiil New Jersey was probably the first mutate to make radical progress in road building Hy tier stale ail maw passed in 1SU1 It was possible for time authori ties under tho direction and petition of the taxpayers to spend 150010 a year In road Improvement Under Ills lionellcent titan ten miles 01 excellent roads were built the following year double that In the next year and since 18ir thu full limit of the amount al lowed by law has begs annually used Allowing iUOO per mile this means about ir0 inlles of roadbiillulng every yen r The nlor ContrniiU I There Is nothing like contrasts to demonstrate the superiority of the good stud the worthlessncss of the bad In rondbtilldlng says time Cleveland OI NewsHerald Kvery first rate highway Is a powerful Indictment of time folly which permits roads near It to remain In n state more titan the great and rich American re public The difference Is so striking and so easy to sec and feel that time argument silently made for general road Improvement Is tho most potent petIbiem Dont Use- Spectacles Unless you need them j and if you use them be surd they fit your need I will give thorough examination mlCIIRnCcorrect glasses to use It you dont t need glasses 1 will tellyou so IT A Robinson Optician and Jeweler I Main St Berea Ky ESTABLISHED 186- 3MADISON MONUMENTALWORKS Head stones urns monu ments and marhlo amid gran its work of all kinds Prices governed by quality of ma terial Priors reasonable Only first class work done Allwork guaranteed J T Hamilton Prop IRICHMOND Ky MAIN STKKKT Upfrtlte Hlnnlon fool Yard 2 IIa FOR HANDMADE FANCY WOODWORK in hats sunbonnets fancy baskets of all descriptions napkin rings in all colors I Send your orders to MISSES MAsn L CARTER BEREA KENTUCKY Trait very mttotiable amid all work well uude SHOJ This will save your LifeBy Inducing you to uso Dr Kings New Discovery For Consumption Coughs and Colds CuroNOgist will warrant i- tABOLUTCrY CURES BronchitfaWhooping Affection of Throat and Lungs TRIAL BOTTLES FREE Regular Size GO tents and loai U Guaranteed Salary 900 Yearly Men and women of 0001 addresn to reprrncnt us some to travel appointing agents others for local work looking after our IntereM 8UOO salary guaranteed yearly extra commlwlons tad expenses advancement old ctubllthed hoiiH Grand chunoo for earnest man or woman lo neturn pleasant permanent position and libel id Income New brilliant llnea Write at once STAFFORD IllKSS IM Cliarrh fit New llHvrn Coon BO YttARS EXPEfJIGNCE lTnact itlanu- c ctrac sICO3- et I Anton Mn ina n a n n6I r o- iuvnntInialn pat Inir- 1lharl rue If nu 1 itmaen 0 Pal euu rne ITe 1I naa nr r a r IWNnI- I4LNnr okn tannlr1 ll1 i M ia retire prraln tle wuhtnttvlrr ote Scientific Jlntcrican hAII 11111011011 wNrkmt Leraeat ear- enlMh nofanycieutmnolnknad Trrnit M a oars tour monthi IL ItoabyaL nrodraicrm Co361B- rwtaii1ewYQf ar1 0111 II B I An Independent Devoted to wceklYIInterests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 A YEAR RED HOT SPECIAL In Suits at 800 lly good fortune together with skillful buying we have secur ed from a famous Eastern manufacturer some values in spring suits never excelled in clothing history These suits are mode of allwool fabrics of Surprising beauty and fineness Every seam sewed withsilkgood Italian linings tailored in the latest fashion and would readily sell for 1250 but they RIO yours for tho small price of 800 necessaryICovington Banks n IDCHMONDI OUR SPRING STOCK comploteOurmniiship For the farm work our Collars Hames Backhands Chains etc are lower in price than usual Come and see m- oT J MOBERLY RICMOND KY Successor to J T McCliutock Main St Opposite Court house I DR M E JONES Dentist e MillineryStore Office Days Thursday Friday and Saturday of each week Special Nolle to Our ltesdcr Till N irIs nil Sic ut the olUro of The Chi r n later Ocean lai lte ItO Kurt Mouroe Street niicngo vstttre our render will be entirteouMy rvetcil who may rare to tall upon The Inter Ocemi fur a tour ot lu i octfon and tlcMtccIng thrnuch lit maxntltmit bulMlnc In which ran he found every mechanical amt wkntlllc Im provement of the iute III connertlon with the netnlo of a great nuwpaper It II a rare treat to lntem le1 In the subject and ihould be talon advantage of RICE ARNOLD RICHMOND Shoes Gents Furnish j a agentsinRichmond MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Meat Mar ket on Main Dressed Poultry and Vegetables in SeasonM RAMSEY Ky I Fair Dealing Pays And that is one reason our business fs increasing We sell you in n way to bring us your Future and that of your friends spring Styles for 1902 Now Rockers Ladies Desks Couches Dining and Bedroom Furniture and many attractive articles to make the home comfortable Picture Framing Carpets Matting UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone Night Phone CENTS KY Hats ings Street Fresh Meats Berea Trade Rugs 66JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky I HARNESS HARNESS THE LARGEST STOCK OF HARNESS Ever bronght to Bores Collar pads formerly sold for 40o our price 25o Everything else in nroportiou BICKNELL EARLY Berea Ky iiCrutcherIhave a fine line of f 0Spring and Sum g mer Shoes They showingi i 1 IITHECITIZEN FELIX ADLERS VIEWS Remark br the Social Fhlloiophr on the Snlooii Evil The Union Signal says Felix Aille poclal philosopher and lecturer for thl ethical culture society IIIH tills to IInr nlmui the saloon particularly the Sun tiny saloon The workliiKiimn Is necessarily pine Ill under restrictions while he labor In workshop or factory When tilt working day is over he naturally feel un Intense longing for surcease fnin repression You will say that he Ian get this in his home That Is true he had a home worth the name lint he has two or three overcrowded rooms III some dingy tenement There Is m room for him to let himself go lit exchanges only the enforced represslot of his employer for the voluntary re presslon of his home We have never considered the tines tlon of where the worklugmnn will g0 if we close the saloons on Sunday Wily should social Intercourse need tc lie centered about u thing as uilsehle vous as Htrong drink Why above nil are the Interests of the worklnginnni fnnilly so persistently anil willfully ig uored If his home is not worthy of the name why should the wan escape while the women and children are left without hope or help to its barrow and debasing environment True social philosophy anti ethical culture demand the welfare of the faro ily as a whole as the basis of national morality mill the great demand whIch tins created and multiplied the saloon comes from a perverted nature and re stilts In social and political degener acy It takes no great research to this cover the fact that where saloons flour ish the homos decay and that where homes decay a nation cannot prosper IMPAIRS MENTAL ACTION A Doctor Temtliuony on One livll KfTret of Alcohol Dr T D Crothers professor of the dlseascsof the brain and nervous sys tem In the New York School of Clin ical Medicine says In regard to the effects of alcohol on mental opera tions The rapidity of thought and time reactions is another test showing the mental activities By the aid of n hut lery und clockwork marking parts of n second the time can he measured from the moment the eye perceives an ob ject to Its registration on a dial by the pressure of a button This in him drcdths or tenths of a second slows the time of the passage of thought This In almost endless varieties can be used to show the quickness of sense und thought Impression und to state them In llgures Titus the time In health for the registration of sense Impressions Is threetenths of n sec ono titer the use of two ounces of spirits eighttenths of u second or more Is required If the time to express a thought thrown UJKIII a canvas and registered by pressing a button be seventenths of n second after using spirits it will bo Increased to double the time Con trary to the common impression the rapidity of thought and the time to express It are stowed up always after the use of alcohol This can be mess ured with accuracy and precision RUM IN AFRICA Slave Trade Horror Outdone br the Liquor Tralllc There Some time ago in a number of The Contemporary Review Archdeacon Fur rar hail un article of thrilling power on Africa and the Drink Traflic The old rapacity of the slave trader has he says been followed by the greedier and more ruinous rapacity of the drink seller From his own ob servation he denounces drink as thq valise of assault of burglary of sui chic of horrible cruelties of children dying like tUes of nearly every crime on the dark list of tho calendar and he quotes Gladstones words before the house of commons that drink is more deadly because more continuous than the three great historic scourges of war famine and pestilence combined lie piles up says The Graphic the evidence that the horrors of the Have trade nre outdone by the drink trutilc Even among the Mohamme units the precepts of the Koran which have always kept them temperate are nor uimvalllng against the Influences of Kngllftb occupation The khedlve of Egypt views with great grief and shame the Increase of drinking habits and were lie not bound hand und foot would be an utter prohibitionist nninkiiriU Children Unionnil A French savant Dr Suchct pub lishes as the result of fifteen years study in hospitals and prisons his con clusion that 25 per cent of the hospital iwitlcnts inherited vitiated constitutions from alcoholic parents and that 05 per cent of the criminals received the germ of their criminal Instinct before birth Dr Suchct goes further saying that no habitual drinker cnn have sound chill dren and that out of several thousand drunkards children examined not ono exception was found A Stnrtllnir Contrast The total religious revenue of the United Kingdom Is estimated at i2000000 per annum The drink bill of the United Kingdom amounted last year to JCO891718 which Is over six times the sum raised for religious pur poses A Winning Principle We must go upon the principle that other men are just as honest as we are or we never can convert them John II Finch Smoker Keep Away Since 1012 there has been a law in Abyssinia making the smoking of to bacco a crime RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gem Glraiird From the Teaching of All Denomination A fashionable church Is a godlcs church Nov Dr A It Holderb Methodist Atlanta Ga The Only Anchor Cling to the cross It Is the ouly in chor fur thy soulItev tilmcr g Helms Methodist Uuffulo The Soul In I rkiiiim A soul without a heaven Is n snit living In the dark Itev George II Hepworth Congregatlomillst Net York The fiifnldi or Seltlsles The greatest nnfalth toward Chris tlnnlty Is the tiiifallli of voUIslincsx Kev Dr William J Tucker 1reslden Dartmouth College Tbr tout Prnrllenl TliltiK The religion of Jesus Christ Is the most practical thing for a prucllcu llfellev V IX M Skilling IresUy terlan Allegheny City Iu The llritllty of Christ That Christ may be made real to tho world he must be real to the church itself Itev Dr Sherman II Doyle Iresbytcrlan Philadelphia Stand Ior n Divine Inrpor Each one of ns standstill the thou ht of God for some dellnlte and dlvlni purpose Kev George SarUej Presbyterian New Orleans True Hlnqunicr There Is Inure eloquence In a slnpli gracious net titan III the tlery breath ot nil worlds orators ltv Iraul U Tyrrlll Christian St Unils- Chimlim n Vnlii lclu l in To live without Cud Is to chase 1 vain delusion to hopeless ruin io man should begin his business or pan fesstonal life till he has seen and hen it IIIoulsIn every mat there Is n germ ot goodness which only needs to be level oped It Is there in the heart ulIIl1 needs only to be cultivated to ben fruit Uev J C Burr Presbyterian New Orleans Mnjorlllc Not AIrrnr Itlnht Crowds are not always right major flies do not always stand for the truth To stand alone requires another spirit to follow the Lord fully quite frequently Involves our standing alone against the multitudes Itev Kdinnnd Buck worth Episcopalian St louI8IAthletic and Moral The problem before us as Christian Is the encouragement and produciloi of a torn of athletics which tend equally to the duvelopinent of the high est spiritual and Intellectual and phys- Ical manhood Itev Dr Henry C Me Cook Presbyterian Philadelphia The Cry of Todnr The cry of the people today is not for the heavenly noun but for bread and something with it The cry of thi people Is not for the white diaphanous garments but fur good substantial clothing made of wool which they can weitr flown here Ituv Marie St Croix Wright Vnltnrlan New York Tin Superlative Joy Anybody can receive It is perfectly natural but when you voluntarily for the good of others choose to give to treat them as yourself then you enter into superlative Joy The giver through constraint or custom or repu tation can never appreciate this Joy Rev Joseph Stephan Methodist St Louis God ar n Inrtner In your duty of man toward man do not count God out If you will not keep God ns your partner right soon your good work will be cut oil of its sweetness of its strength No real brotherhood of man can be without the real fatherhood of GotHev Dr Daniel S Tuttle Episcopal Bishop of Missouri The Sunny Soul There is n flower that turns toward the sun and it does so upon bright or otIcourse even when God seems to hide his face That soul will be sunny on dark days ItevJohn P Brushing ham Methodist Chicago In the Home 1111111tillpipes and chords of the great organ So In life the word spoken to the heart af childhood Is echoed buck from titan hood and old age The home and the church largely determine the destiny uf the nation Itev Dr W U WI P1tlsburgIAnd I feel with all the depth nnd thuIportion he whose world Is sunlit and heaven spanned Is the lover of his Ilnd whose gladness is the gladness of many whose abiding peace Is drawn from the joys of the multitude llev Dr Iuccock Methodist St Louis No Nation For Itself Atone The time will come when no man md no notion will live for himself or tself alone God has prospered the mIssion work everywhere and there lave been great increases not only In the church membership and the tiurn br of baptisms but In the donations the interest In foreign work and lit the lumber of workers abroad as well toy W C Mable Baptist Boston The nverlimtlnir Hepone There is in every breast a continu es dissatisfaction with the present Itate of things that will never leave I1S till we ourselves leave this lower ipherc ceaseless aspirations after omethlng higher and better than this vorld can give humiliating ripples caused by n sense of our own sniper ectlous But in tho new world the rarest of the children of God shall be ucceeded by everlasting repose Rev Dr It Marshall Ilarrlson Episcopal blludelphla THE SUNDAY SCHOOL rteLESSON SECOND QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES APRIL C Text of the ICKROII Act Ix 1lVi Memory Vr e araoldeu Trt Act III Ilk Commeiilnry Prrimrei liy Itev II M MtetiniH- tCopjrlRUt IMC by American Press Asso elution S Saul yet breathing out threatening and slaughter against the disciples of tit Lord What an evil breath ho had Thr word translated breathing out Is used ouly this once and means tt breathe in or out to breathe to live Ills very life was to hate Christ ami Christians anti yet the time eumi when he could truly sly For me to live is Christ Phil m Our first introduction to him is in chapters vll 5S vlil 1 3 in connection with the death of Stephen and the persecution following which at this time was still going on Sauls own account of his life In those days Is found in chapters xxll 3 I xx vl lt11 Cnl1 13 M hilt In Uph II 151 he speaks of It nil as being under the prince of tho power ol the air 3 4 Saul Baul why persecutsst thou meT Thus shake Jesus of Nazareth to him In the Hebrew language xxvI Mi sad arrested him In hits mad career for God haul determined concerning him Hitherto shall thou come but no fur ther Job xxxvlll 111 Whoever touches a Christian touches Christ Himself but not even till devil lllll go ono step beyond Gods permission Job I 10 Dan Iv 3T Zech II S Through it vvas midday this light from heaven was above the brightness of the sun nail Saul could not see for the glory of that light xxvl 13 xxll lit 5 The Lord sold I am Jesus whom thou p rscuttst- Ho recognizes n superior and asks Who art Thou IortIY The answer fills him wth trembling anti astonish ment for Jesus of Nazareth Is actually speaking to him Seeing Him to be In deed the Christ the Mesalnli whom the prophets had foretold he nt once acknowledges Him ns Lord ouch work Ilf nsks what he IB iuw tt do Thus sud denly shall Israel an n untlun le stir prised some dry end looking IJJMII Him whom tb y plorppl they shall In tilled With true iwnltpncv urd itcrvpt Ing Him ns their lung exiMHiitl Mist Blah shall say La this Is our God We intro waited for Him and He will save us Zech xII 10 lan xxv lit Sauls conversion wes a puttern or type of the conversion of the nation l Tim 1C 79 He was throe days without sight and neltlur did eat nor drink TIll men who were with him fell to the earth seeing the light and being afraid They also hind tho voice of some ors speaking but did not hear the rests for those were for Saul or Compare xxll 0 i xxvl M It aa somewhat like the experience of Daniel and of our Loud as recorded in Dan 7 John xII 1S L0 That Saul really saw Jesus is evident from verse 17 and I Cor xv 8 What Jesus sold to Saul as lIe commanded him to rise and stand upon his feet is fully stated In Pauls testimony before Agrlppa In xxvl 1018 Consider him three days blind and fasting the world shut out the body mortified dying to self God dealing with his soul It is the period of dentli preceding resurrection Gen xxll 4 xlli Iii Jonah II 17 Hos 12 John II 10 Hey xl 11 lon Inquire In the house ofJudoa for one called Saul of Tarsus for behold h iraycth Thus said the Lord to Ananias a de rout disciple and one who had a good report of all the Jews at Damascus nil 12 He like Philip In u previous lesson Is prompt stud obedient one on whom the Lord could rely to do Ills bidding Ills reply reminds us of Sum uel and Isaiah l Suit III II 8 10 Isa vl Si These three days find Saul md his Lord In Intimate communion Saul talks with the Lord and the Lord in vision reveals Himself more ully to haul From Jesus Christ by resolution he received the gospel nnd from Ills also nil Ills future iuatruc Jon Gal 11 12 15 10 1316 He la a chosen vessel unto me to Lear my name Ananias hesitates Just a little an lie thinks of Sauls reputation and authority and his madness against Chris fbWi The Iord graciously with Ananias In his objections heurI lent s Ills command to go and dm that Saul Is to be Ills special icngcr to tho gentiles One would think that tho Lords first assurance to nanias that the persecutor was praying would have been sudlclent encour igement but we are so slow to expect wonders from Him whose nave IKI iVondcrful Saul Is not only chosen bear the name of Christ but also to luffcr for faithfulness lo Christ and miTering for Ills sake are Inseparably onnccted in this present evil age while the whole world Ilcth In the vlcked one Gill i 4 John v19e it- t See also John xv 18 11 xvl 33- Ihll I 29 II Tim II 12 III 12 but be ncouraged by hunt vlll IS Cor l3 179 Receive thy tight and be filled with the Holy Ghost Thus said Ananias to Saul as having ound him just whero the Lord said le would ho put his hands upon him nlld told of the Lords commission Ho ecclved sight both natural nnd splr tual confessed Christ baptlsuijtook ood for the body and was strengthen ell and Immediately preached In the ynagogucs that Jesus of Nazareth tho Christ the Son of God Old things ire passed away nil things are become new the Spirit has clothed Himself with Saul Judg vl 31 It V margin and now henceforth he does but ono thing knows but ono Master and for Urn Ii reedy to lay down his life N1NN N1N1N 11N11NN111 H1111111 r THE SCHOOL II 1NN1IN1N1NN1NINN SELECTIONS Tim following extract from nn nr tide by Dr Johu 13 Bradley in tin Iteview oj Jltvleic may ho of interest to those who complain of the length of time required to gain nn education A few years ago nn iiihtructiva ex periment Will tried in certain schools in the city of Puns Four carefully selected teachers wero each assigned to limn duty of teaching n class front the time tho pupils entered school un lit they completed a seven years course of study There was to no crowding no marking tithe The pupils wore not solectod rand the con ditions wore ns usual except tho abili ty of tho teachers Each class com pleted the work in loss thou four years ii suggestion of tho possibilities which await our schools as their teach erR become mote skilful mud enthusi astic TrIO introduction of manual train ingiuto ourpublichchooltiis still turn ed n fad by some and when re trenchments must bo made this it ono of the first departments to fool tho knife And yet the value of manual training in education goes fur beyond tho merely technical skill acquired for certain pursuits Piof James calls attention to its importance in giving tho pupil a better insight into tho nat ural relations of things mud more ex act habits It loaches the difference between vagueness anil precihion One may talk about a subject of which ho is ignorant and conceal tho fact by tho haziness of his language but jwhen ono attempts to express his thought in wood or iron ho must be definite or fail mudeiit re cognizes tho vnluo of itrecisohsbits of thought and expression but wo aro only just coming to see in how many ways they may bo formed This is Charlo Kiiigsleyn clasMlicu lion df the whole of us Ho wrote it to sane young men infatuated with gambling My dear young inon tho human taco may for practical pry poses be divided into threw parts I Honest mot who mean to do right and do it t Knaves who niouu to do wrong Dud do it 3 Foolx who mean to do whichever of the two is pleasanter And these lust may be divided again into Black fools who would rather do wrong but dare not unless it is tho fashion White fools who would rather do right but daro not unless it is the fashion un Oed for Illtrintiiitldii Last full I was taken with a very severe attack of nmtuular rheumatism which caused mo great pain and an noyance After trying several pro scriptions and rheumatic cures I do cided to uso Chamlwrluius Ialn Balm which had ieeu advertised in tho South i Jerncyman After two ap plications of this Remedy I was much better and after using ouo bottle was completely cured SALLIC Helens Salem N J orlmle byS E WELCH JR We promjitly obtain u a and rorctRU 11 Hcml model ikctch or photo ol InvcntU n lor I filMnuandTRADEMARKSwh1e on Mttntnbllltjr For rro took A neighbor ran in with a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy when my son was suffering with severe cramps und was given up as beyond hope by my regular physician who stands high in his profession After administering three doses of It my son regained consciousness and recovered entirely within twonty four hours says Mrs Mary Bailer of Mt Criiwford Vn This Remedy is for male by S E WELCH Jai n nu llftlerThun DIN The question has boon naked In what way aro Chamberlains Stomach Livor Tablets superior to pills Our answer is They nro easior nnd more pleasant to take moro mild and gentle in effect nnd moro reliable ns they can always bo depended upon Then they cleanse and invigorate tho stomach and leave tho bowels iu a nat ural condition while pills are moro harsh in effect and their use is often followed by constipation For salo by S E WELCH JR n 1NN 1111 11111111 rN111N1NN THE FA- RM1HN1NL tfTHE COW PEA BETTER THAN GOVERN MENT BONDS Thero nro sotto persona who will toll you that this region of Kentucky is too rill north to grow the cow pea for profit With nil duo respect to such folks I want to say thoy art talking through their huts thru tit not kiioir There aro varieties of cow pens that will pay and pry well to plant for fertilizer hay crop or seed crop as far north as York State Tin Red Ripper is ono variety that will do wellnorth and yiolds much moro for no than tho Whip poorwill and to quires less seed per acre want to say n word about the amount of seen to tho nun nnd also u fmv words about savng seed This matter of sawing seed is perhaps tho most truth blesome part of pea raiting in this region because tho threshing machines in uso hero aro not suited to the work of properly threshing out tho crop they split too many of the peas nut you can well afford to go to the ex pense of hand galhoring ami denning tho seed when you undortaud Unit one crop of peas is worth two of cloy or and that stock will do belter on Mn hay nftor till tho pens aro takon off thou they will on clover limit you chit manage butler than hand gather ing Select n good lovd piece of ground Bcrux all tho weeds tile from it sprinkle a little stilt water over it and with n smooth aiggtr had maul lamp it down good nnd hurl and when dry you will have n good threshing floor Now spread your pet vines and thrtwh Thom out with a Jlllil as did your fathers their when crops you will liavti to hue the hulls from tho peas but tho hulls nrt good cow feel you will not havo to pay n thtvshornmii n sixth of your crop for toll nail your layhill he niuoly broken for feeding About the amount orIlf to the sore that depends If you want n good crop of p ws for seedand hay to feed nUll arc willing to give proper atlontioii and murk to it why you cnu get Iwttor rtwullri from ono huMiol of peas on four ncr0a of land than you can from ono IIda half bushels of pelts ou Otto sere of hind havo known L80 pounds of hay mini 20 bushels of wus to ha raised on ono uusurcd note of lucid front JO pounds of isms nnd this was tho method used The land wins well plowed tad thoroughly pnpnted laid ofT in rows three feet apart a narrow single shov ol plow wan run in tho bottom of the row two or three times to well pulver Izo tho soil iu tho bottom of tho drill taking care not to throw out tho nub soil a Hoosier Corn Drill was uswl to plant tho seed and it dropped tho peas about f inches apart nUll covered thorn This left tho drill not quite filled up and when thu pens were up about G inches high a careful plowing was given them throwing in HOIIIO of the dirt In about n week another plowing was given with n coal cults valor and the crop took dire until tit to cut Tho latte jiaH of August the crop was clt with a scythe anil cared for iu the manner J told of lust week in rail pens Tho threshing was doneby a Chi cage lilts machine and this yield was a little over 20 bushels tho acre machine measure the hay was weigh ed on time stock scalen on tutu farm The kind of seed wits the Whip poor will Now if you will lust the cow pen business using good common ren ion and application learning by ox perienco ns you go along you will soon flail that there is much moro prof it in it them cutting up your corn and ruhhjrfg the land of tho stalks und that your stock will thrive ou winter weatherwhipped CoddlrfBefore closing Cow Peas Butler Than Government Bonds I will give you anothoritem from myowuoxpcri once I had KOIIIO very nice bright oat htraw in u small stack I nlso had about nn aero of cow pens tit to cut I d tt rmncd ou an experiment I built a IH about Id ft long nud S Ct wide with lumber strips on the subs six iiicht apart In the bottom of thin pen it was floored put nhoutit foot of tho oat slaw tramping thin down thou puton about n foot of thin puns freshly cut not trnmplug dowu I sprinkled n little snit ou this situ thou put ou oat straw and PURI iu alternate layers not tramping down nulling slightly each layer of JWHII until tho Iwo was full fluithing with oat straw and covered the yon with boards 12 ft long anil left it to take care of it self till spring A small portion of time pen vines around thin wlgen near tho bottom of tho pen molded a little but the balance of tho stuff was worth for feed thaw tinuw alert bulk for bulk thou nay timothy hay aver sold iu Berea at 7 cents n hale A word to the farmers wife Whim the peas in thin good mans patch havo filled out and will snap good and julIn jowl sad w rvo it with good corn broad awl good milk if you wept a illuner fit for a working titan the lant JDOIIWELLt RIPANSJ hod nervous indigestion ulllla general derangement of 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proportions are hy no means llxcd hut thIbit ilet with either tiiayonimlsu or French driimlng llntr to l rnln IhrITako a lobster or u can of lobsters nnd tiiir to pieces with n fork SOIIKOII with Milt and popper and n very little manioc Mutter u granite dlnh put piece of lolmtcr III emit ndd J1U0I HtucU Hprlnkh with cracker or hnIIIII crumbs put Jumps ot butter on top Hake In oven until n nice Hwlit hrown Any other loft over fish may be used In tIme Mime war How to Mnlic iirn Make ono pint of mush IrIcold ndd ono pint of y HKt ntk dissolved nnd Hour to nmko n Imttfr Hiat tlmrehIly nail stnii nuldc for two Hitlit ndd Hour to makon though knead carefully roil put At unco Into n groan ed INUI nnd when npiln light huko In a moderately ijiilok oven nn lioih Mow In llukf ti Mils rr Iollih An Incxjeimlve and excellent ullvcr Polish can ho iniido hy mixing a drop of nuinionla with whiting nllill nildlni enough water to jmiko It time comlMtonry of enam tt eon In bot 1IttIantl kept on bund Edward Blake College Student Hjr Clmrlci 31 Sheldon uHux nf In lilt Str italeum Kirk Th lYucULrHm nf IhUlp SHmiu Ilot frt llanlvi Stnn D it O9j vrfwif InS A IM Jiaranrt ivUuMny ICMnuju IWIIIII 001111 hi Mil I to hlliiHclf nu urn WAil in tin room sitting hy tic Ixsl nnd fanning him It wan very iHtt In tin Hfturiioiin and he hail u dim notion that u rhai It wan an other day He iamb n motion as It to rise and tin IMTHOII sit hy the IktI gently irt vi nied him lie was faintly Hur IirlmHl to nnd how little ntreUKth he hail I miiRt Jot up and carry my lirrx he mannciil to say TlmlH all right IJInke Dont wor ry about your pa porn Theyre hilnc ootTled nil right Kdward niticnlzqd Wheatonn voice and dimly wiw him Then his mind wnudind off In n feverish deilrluni and he lout nIl recollection of his stir ronndliiKx When he came to himself agaliii n woman wan sitting hy the Hide of the fnnnliik away tIme tiles It was afternoon apaln and very hot Mothur In that youfKdward whin norod Yen Ned dour boy replied lila mother and who leaned over him nUll klxscd his cheek AH lite dill so u tear full on his face How long have I heeu sick mother JNearly live weeks Netl Hut dont talk You are getting hotter thank Cod r j Then he lay still and gazed vaguely at isis mother n host of ijueatlons hi hU mind hut he was too weak to auk them and soon dozed ofT again When lit was at last tuttle to sit up In hed and talkrft a llttlo he learned hy desi1en till hlniory of nearly two months Parts of It affected him a ttood deal Mr Wlienton has been like a son to me Mrs Illake said when Kdward was uhle to hifir lie vent for me an KOOII the doetor declared your ease daniremns You have had typhoid Nwl and have been very sick At one lime wo feared Was It had as that V It certainly was dont know what should have done If Sir Wheatou lias Wheaton iKen carrying my papers Yes Ho Bald your route was con venient for him to handle and he has heen doing that and his own too He has collected every Monday and given me till money each week And besides that Neil has sat lucre with you forenoons and Insisted on relieving me a good many nights Hes a splendid Christian hoy until I feel proud to think yon have won mteli n college friend Fald Mrs Mlake Innocently Kdward did some hound thinking Ills dislike for Wheaton lund been caused by two things mainly One was Wheatons lii t of going around with a rlhle under hilt arm and talking re ligion so much till other was his poor scholarship which seemed tif Kd ward Itiex usable And yet lie now asked himself Is It any worse to carry a Itlhle around under ones arm than to puff cigarette smoke Into peoples faces as half the smart boys In Hope were In the habit of doing And when It came to scholarship was Wheatou to blame It his mental nullity wan of a second rate order Mr Wheaton told me continued Mrs Itfakc timidly that he 1m been praying for your recovery nnd hopes you will become a professing Chris thou Kdward felt uneasy He wlxlvd that his mother had not said anything a sam t that Of course he said to himself hIII felt grateful to Wlualoii fur IIII vny he had acted It had been an unself ish noble thing for him to do lint IlK disliked Wheatons praying nvir and talking alwiut his Christian 111mI And yet why nut Kdward llhike al stickler for truth anti rlghteoiMiiexM Ix It so common a iuliug that one man should have an earnest sollltnde for another mans eternal welfan that It can he carelessly or even Impatiently treated as you siem to treat this feel Ing of another xoul for yonr I1IYIThere was n long slhnce In Mrs III iuke did not know atxjut Kdwards thoughts or XIIIII ences along the line of a personal Christian life lie had never written her anything iiltont It and tilt two haul seldom talked alsmt It Kdward hud always avoided the matter How tIre the folks at home I1wunlare a aged matters beautifully In my ah xenre Shut wanted to crtme on milt help lout It was lint IIIItII Miss Seton has spent a part of summer on tin forum and Ircedn has enjoyed her company Slut has taken i hold and helpod 1rceda and Aunt Sa rah wonderfully You would think site wan horn on a farm Instead of In aI city Ireiila wrote yon several liltti to read wheii von wore ahle was to give them to you one at a time one n tiny as you grew stronger lIve mi one of them now mother dont know You have taked a good deal Arent you tlrcilT Kdward protested that he was unit nnd his mother let him havo lilt first letter During that week he enjoyed rending the letters one a dny They were written In Kreedas brightest style and gave accounts of tho happen ings on tlie farm In several of t ILKt later letters Ida Joined with lrieda III hoping that Kdwurd would snidlly recover and sent her regards to him It was during time week of his recov ery that Kdward had a little Interview with Wheaton which was not altogeth er satisfactory to either of them Whraton came In tine forenoon and Mrs Hlake went Intothe little hcdroom hlUljonness alMiiit the paH r route and nil that Mother hits told me I wont forget Wheaton looked somewhat haggard limit he was naturally thin and some what consumptive In general appiiir 111111Ihen and vmtt Ito to s Rummer You would have tlonu thin same for lilt 110 you think so- Ot course I do Why not asked Wheaton who was not one of till thin skinned students and complacently took any iiitntlty of snubbing and scorn from the smart set li college Or perhaps huh real anxiety for time souls of other men made him Indiffer ent to their slights Kdward could never quite make up his mind which of the two was more probable Mother says Ive been really very said Kdward Just to xay some thing Wheaton was n poor talker when It came to general topics of everyday Merest Yes said Wheaton gravely you came very near going luau till other world IK paused and then added sol emnly I wondered a good mutiny times IllaKc If you were ready to go I wnndcrcil If you luau accepted Christ lot a Saviour- Kdward hut hula lips nnd kept stilt Whealon went on Were you ready to go before thin Judgment wnt of Christ Blake Kdwiird felt an unreasonable wave of auger go over him And yet this other man lund perhaps saved his life I try to live a good lift dont feel afraid of dying he said shortly Hut the personal acceptance of Christ as a Saviour Is a different thing from that pcrslMcd Wheaton who Hometlmes unwisely argued In the face of apparent opposition And yet Is even a little nnwjsc zeal as haul as a good deal of proud Indifference titus I fiHl able to talk about It to day said Kdward as he closed his eyes and pretended to be In need of rest Pardon me Mild Wheatou quick ly Let me pray fur yon Illake want to see you a Christian Kdwant did not reply to him and he sat quietly reading the rest of the time until Mrs hut kt came In again anti then went away Kdward haul a little twinge of remorse afterward an he went over the Interview lie loud been unnecessarily short In his replies to Wheaton At the same time his moral standard seemed siitllclent to him Ills thought of Wheaton how ever was necessarily suture Just and there was a respect for him that might on hotter acquaintance possibly deepen Into friendship of a certain kind The only dllllculty In that was tilt strong prejudice Jhat Kdward still held to ward heatons hahlt of speaking so often about his Christian faith And yet why not Kdward Hlake Is It a thing to rouse your anger or the scorn of halt the smart set In college when a student talks as much about his Christian faith nnd life as yon talk about football and warrant amusements Are these tImings more Important as conversation than the subjects Mr Wheaton fluids worthwhile May It not be possible that the Judgment of eterulfy will reverse your Judgment of tlw man who wanted to talk Ill lunch about the other world I IWhllI college aliened again In the hind fairly recovered al though he was stIlt weak and whoiy unable to go on till football ten IP This was a great disappointment to becanm matters wer j getting Into list t li shape from an athletic point of view nail he wan In 111111IIf all draw Uicks u Kitiit lover of spurt and had planned lo enter Into It under new tomulItimiusIIlls enforod withdrawal from till football lirtiou and play started his mind In another direction and III IH gan to ask himself f there was not HOIIIIJ plan of general athletic training that would Include practically the Whole lIIIIIJtt The prcsldiiit stopprd one day as hit was pashlug through thfr hull am had a little chat with Kdward IhlllIwas a few days after the full opened ami Kdward was feeling nil er IllUII the profited and somewhat depressed to hula lib 1111I ical weakness Well youre getting on all rlhliHlake now Sory wits away nil Mimmer You had a severe Illness T Yes sir Iin getting on as fast I could expect am nut able to O much In athletics thin year Tell yon what Hlake Then Is a chance for Stimuli good honest work to be done along the line of gemnil re vlval of athletic for the nverge stu dent Now football does not eiiviige more than two dozen men for n xiiiall part of tht year and they are the rug Igedest su IHk lest men of nil Haseliiill takes a few more perhaps hut after we have c iiI out the tutu oil Iii hnmlwll men the grrnt majority of till jsiudcnts hnve tin regular Inceiiilve to avimgv athletic work Why cant you ami a few others In the Junior class organize something to gui IiK whole college an Interest In physical sports Arrange a Idd day and gut every man III eollijte II take some part Have foot nies and Jumping and pole vaulting and things that any average man Can c liter Into lib some citlhnslnam What tIlt cullege needs Is a general shaking Up on athletics The average fltudcn who cannot play either isul hull or bnse hall bus got Into the IIl1hlttit simply looking on tit UHIKC who do play and yoiiminciillr IH In not developing ItIs own physical power as itt ought Ill think of It sir replied Kdward with some Interest And as the term went on he Inline more Interested and Dually with tho help of other members of the 551 sIit hilt he actual ly ulIftlll1 a plan of athletic that titled the need of time average student 1111jllrvrt11I1I1I1 own IHTMIIM matter of fimitMiil and worked excel lent results for the student body Mennwhlle lit was anticipating Wll Ills return with some uneasiness Dur Ing the suinmir itt had IMIMI at home with his mother Her prediction con cerning time loss of Willis arm had come true and he was wearing an empty sleeve The arm had been amputated on hoard the hoapltal sUp Hid Illness had kept Ii It inu l- uolsen Rwhllt nil Ihhhili lIIulllIr had written Kdward It was one of several other letter written during the summer that Kdwnnl had not been able to answer ou account of IsIs own Ill ness Willis fully plans to come hack to college next fall Mrs Preston wrote and of course I cannot Inar to think of Ids going In with any one else to room Your Influence over him linK al ways been good There Is no telling what you ran do fur him am sure you will do your best The army lift hits not helped Willis any If any 1trlOthis old class for he can never make up the studies Help him all you can and will not ceim to pray for you Kdward tenth till letter gravely and trt Itll the truth he was rather sorry that Willis was coming back not so much ou KrecdaN account as on his own lit had come to have a liking for a room all by himself The thought of sharing It with some one else was distasteful to him He could not for A irnmrui mm rlltlnii lii the stile of the bed liiunlittj iim u ilicjtlcs got Willis Keneroslty however and Mrs Prestons appeal touched him closely So on the whole itt was ready to welcome Willis and do his best With him lie appeared Just three weeks after the fall term opened There was quite a celebration at the college when lie returned Humes who had been wounded In time foot In tIme battle when Wllls was hit by the knife also re entered college the same week There was a honllre on the campus maul speeches all till day wound up with a banquet by till society men In tilt rooms down town Willis re turned from this festive occasion quite sober somewhat to Kdwards surprise hut very much to hits relief It Was very late hilt ho was sitting up and waiting for him In the general ex citement of the college celebration the two had hardly lund time to exchange iuany words AM Willis canto In Kdward was oblig ed to confess that ho made a haiidftomc appearance Ills bearing was soldier ly tho empty sleeve was eloquent of heroism and the 1Iur on his face was positively lovely to quoteone of the young Indhs hi the hall WIlIIohti man It seems awful good to get buck hen again toil you Ive all till war want and Im rllIllIto surrender even to old Quad will huh nu on hospital diet Tell me about ttr1IhllllIKdward pleaded the lateness of the hour lout Willis was wide awake and Insisted on asking II host of questions Finally from sheer tout e of habit he went over to the closet when1 he hind always kept Ids blacking materials II iris Ill Isitl ii trunk nut mill trim jmr iinj Inn lliltitjK inlii it Hello Same old brush and every thing No Youve gut me a new box of blacking Well thats thought till He began hlarklng his shoes as If he had ievn In college right alonr Kdwniil asked him something about tIll loiM of Ids arm Of course I IIIlqs It said Willis pausing In his work was born with two arms and somehow I loUt Semi to gnt used to only one I can do most things till right except cut the raw hide they nsiil to give us for steak at the club expect Ill have to rat hash Instead suppose hash will be tillIregular thing at Intervals wont Theres another thing that bothers ire I en nt lit my neckties with oue hand Ive trlrd lo practice with oue hand and a foot hut It doesnt work Its a dllllcult tout Say It wouldnt be a hUll scbcim would It to get the girls to tie my ties for me Do you think lIlly more of the girls thou you used to you old misogynist Have you been falling In love with anybody The uncx ected question embar rassed Kdvnril In a way he hind not anticipated He did not venture lo say a word and to his relief Willis lid not wait for mi answer but rattled on about something else i Mother sent her rrganls to you of course multi shes awfully glad to have us together apiln Mother thinks youre a iwmgon or a perl and slit Isnt far out Hope youll keep me going straight And thou Willis started to whistle until Kdward did not ask him about hut drinking whether he hail given It up The fact that le had come home from till banquet ap rIll II without having Indulged In anything was hopeful and Kdward was relieved at thin thought that Willis had reformed lint In n few days he was undeceiv ed Willis was popular with till fast set In iidlese nnd In great demand at whist and poker parties TIll society lllnners were frequent that fall He html plenty of money and Mrs Preston very foolishly Indulged him III that re spect It was no xiiret to Kdward that Willis bet olid gambled They were two vices tliat Kdward had a perfect hornir of In so far his morality was Christian He could not bear the thought of either vice III which Willis Indulged without scruple At tIme toot ball game that fall Willis lustsO which he had put up on till game He mentioned It with a laugh to Kdward Ill get even when we play the re turn gamin One season cleared spa on till games Kdward listened to him coldly and did not even remon strate If he hud luiu n Christian he might hnve pleaded with htm lout luIs self rlghteoustWs simply made him scorn thin whole affair Ills esteem for Willis suffered Nothing hilt till rec ollection of Willis generosity to him kept him from threatening to leave him that and his mothers appeal Hut matters grew more and more trying for Kdward as tilt fall term went on One night Willis came home very late and in company with a crowd of boisterous students all of them par tially under the Influence of liquor broke Into tin physiological cabinet and took out till college skeleton They hung this outside the window of one of till quietest most Inoffensive men In colh and put under It a sign that read Thin Is My luucral Services All Day No Klowers After perpe truiti lug this nonsense which tlueytitlh ed fun they came lunch Into the 111111I broke In a few doors waked up every body had a little tight with the Janitor and wound tip the night by opening till college hydrant and Hooding tilt basement of till chemical laboratory The next morning Kdward who haul been awakened mid kilt awake for several hours by the disturbance said to Willis Just before they went over to chapel If you get drunk and make a fool of yourself again you can get some one else to room with you Oh pshaw Whats the use making nI fuss over a little fun exclaimed Wil his with a short lu ugh lint lit was evi dently somewhat disturbed by Kd wards manner I mean what I say replied Ed ward briefly For two weeks after that Willis ttralghteucd up ant behaved beauti a thRtlIIIJhtcommenting on It afterward Hut one morning about J oclock he came hall from one of his nights out and came Into till room singing boisterously lie was very noUy and took out his blacking materials whis tling a loud tune as he worked In the morning before Willis came out of Ids bedroom Kdward was busy In his own room and finally when Wil his came unit unit called to him he did lint answer lie crossed over the large room and stepped to till door of Kd wards room Hello old man What you doing Im doing what I said I would Im going to leave you cant room with a drinker any more Kdwaid haul his trunk out mind was packing his things into It The sight completely sobered Willis Do you mean Itr he asked quietly as Kdward looked up at hut I certainly do exclaimed Edward Then said Willis you are Vllltuv that I should go to thin devil alum Youre It nice friend you are Kdward looked up at him still kneel Ing hy his trunk To BE C05TIXUED A VtlltAIIIK MKIHClNi For Coiicli and Cold In Clillitrrn- I have not the slightest hesitancy in recommending Chamberlains Cough Hemedy to all who are suffer lug from COUVIIR or colds says Chas- M Cramer Esq a well known watchmaker of Colombo CeylonuIt has been Homn two years since fllo City Dispensary first called icy attention to this valuable medtciuenud I havo repeatedly used it anti it always been beneficial It has cured mo quickly of nil chest colds It is es pecially eirHtivo for children nUll wel dom takes moro titan one bottle to cure them of hoarseness I have per suaded many to try this valuable tiled ieino mid they nra all as well pleased as myself over tho results For sale bSE WELCH JR forITwelve Weeks School Icooni who board themtclTcg ran ipenit M much or little u they choose ou living expense It pays to have a little extra Money orlccl urw Ixxjki iud other thIng lint the uecwary exfii are only as follows To pay the flrot day LADIM HAM School f Incidental Fee t 50 Kx llwnltal Fee r 2 pcnws Book about 200 SIM foment Deposit 00 itore table etc 2 220 Fuel and On 2 3 00 Keillor Laundry 50 First Month Board S 00 6 L iXxpeiieliuuiudry 50 Beginning 2d Mo Board 6 00 5 00 Beginning 3d Mo Board 00 SOU 2875 2S75 GenI Deposit returned 00 00 Total Expense 19 Week 37I7C 97 70 For those below A Grammar deduct the K ton booki and II from Incidental fee making the- totalonlySS475 0 When four girls room together each tares ft on room sail tt or more on fuel making the total only 83179 classed below Grammar Fuel li rents more Winter ant cent Itwlll Spring term Two room or housekeeping with stoves etc ran usually be rented ton from f to tt a term The price nf n Me calf n little tiuilwrk or n few liouienpnn bedcover will gibet term of clmol which will cluing ouai whole life for the better ShiMllrrn At III 1nst I recall now with horror says Mail Currier Burnett Mann of Lvan na 0tny three years of suffering from Kidney trouble I was hardly ever free from dull inches or acutn pains in my back To stoop or lift mail sacks made mo groan I fulL tired worn out about ready to give up whoa I begun to use Electric hitters but six bottles completely cured me ant made me feel like n new man Theyre unrivaled to regulate Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels per feet satisfaction guaranteed by all drugstores Three Years in Richmond And out of nil thin sets of tooth that have been made at my office if there is one sot or any sets that show any defects I will mako It new set free We are making tho Iwst sot of teeth in the world for 1750 and if delects show in lve ears we give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth I have made or am going to make tho best alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobsor Buildingnext door to Gov eminent Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National hank Special Price to Students THE CITIZEN l A MortgageOn Air Castle and a dead mans good intent tions are equnllv worthless to a f widow and her orphan children Toko out a policy NOWwhile- you can with MMM The Mutual Life Insurance Company of Kentucky M M MT and provide something SUB STANTIAL for your widow and orphans The New Perfection Policy incontestable from date of issueis the best life insurance proposition in the field J C IIKCK Jr SpvcUl Agent State Ilnnk and Trust Illdg- Illclimomi Ky W It POUT Kit nlntrlct Agent llereit Hanking Com puny Item Kjr BUY THE SEWING MACHINE Do not bo deceived by those who advertise a 6000 Machine for 2000 This kind of machine can be bought from us or 1500 to 41800- WC MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST The Feed determines the strength or weakness of Double Feed combined with other strong points makes the New Home the best Sowing Machine to buy WnteforCIRCULARS showing the dir ferent Btylea BewlnwMachinee ire manufacture and prices bcrorepur hatln THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE GO MAtt I8 Union Sq N Y Chicago IlL Atlanta Oa sL LoolaMo DallasTerHan KrancUoo Oti FOR SALE BY SISCO t CO Nlcbolasfille Ky THE MARKETS 41 BY A 0 NORMAN A t O CINCINNATI Apa- 2CATTLECommonT265 3 00 Butchers425 585 Shippers535 61- CALYEsChoice600 65 a Large Common400 60- 0HoolCOmmon676 676 Fair good light615 if 6hO- Packing680 690 SHEEP Good to choice 4 25 600 Common to fair 275 460 LAUDS Good to choice 65O68rCommon to fair500 64- 1VnEATNo 0 2 Red 78 Q3 78 Cons No 2 mixed New 62J A 63 OATSNos 46 47 RYENO 2 63 64 FLOOR Winter patent 365 400 II Canoy340 360 Family90 325 1850iNo2II 1100 1125l II No1 Clover 960 975 No2II 800 c 950 1ooLTarFryerepertb 12 10iRoostersTurkey hens I 12 Toms Turkeys 9 Ducks 11 Eoos Fresh near by 14 II Goose 35 HIDES Wet salted 6 7 II No dry salt J r 10 II Bull 6 Sheep skins 40 50 TALLOW Prime city fij 6jII Country 5J WOOL Unwashed medium combing 17 18 Washed 22 J 23 Tub washed 22 23 FEATHERS Geese new nearly white 4J IIgray to avero o 88 42 Duckcolored to whIte 28 35 Chicken white no quills 18 Turkey body dry 12 IB It Sand Leg P A Danfortb of LaGrange Ga suffered for six months with a frightful running sore on his leg but writes that Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only 25c Sold by all drugstores t l NNNNNMNNNNNN LM NN I LOCAL AND PERSONAL INNNNNNNNNNNNII NN NNNNNNN Miss Lizzio Lodwick sister of Prof Lodwick is hero on a visit Rev Dr Burgess loft Tuesday fo Providence R1Allen Beatty is making n good rep utation at Howard University Tho College Faculty has organized 11 baseball team Prof Marshcaptain Miss Talitha Gay and Mr W T Cliff were married Tuesday evening Tho Basket Ball team playsThurs DIattention terms reasonable J W HOSEINS Borea Ky The swellest lino of Hats Nock wear Underwear Collars and Culls at Rico C Arnolds Richmond Ky Prof Rogers is at the home of his son Joseph M Rogers of the Phila delphia Inquirer and seriously ill Mrs Corn A Smith and Miss Mary Baker of the Dutch Reform Mission at McKee spent last Sunday in Bxrea David Ilngau an old resident of Berea died Sunday night aged 87 The burial Wee on Tuesday at the cemeteryTutor Louis C Karpinski greetings to Berea friends from the American College in Strassburg in Alsace where he is now teaching Prof W H Veuable of Cincinnati 0a prominent educator and author of a history of the United States hRS been spending several days here visit ins the College When you go to County Court next time be sure and call on T J Mober ley on Main St opposite the Courthouse for Collars and Harness His prices are low The kindergartners had an Service last Sunday evening at the res idence of Mrs Frost A Philadelphia kindergarten hud sent the little fellows an Easter box of presents James A Garrett was married to Miss Callie Larton of Ovvsloy county Tuesday at 3 p in in Berea Wednes day Mr and Mrs Garrett left fo Darton Ohio where they will reside Frank Washington a former stu dent at Berea and brotheriulaw o A W Titus left Friday for Chicago He goes to take the position of steward on the Steamer Venice which runs between Buffalo and Chicago H Klima formerly of our Students JobPriut has a poshi n as a govern ment printer in Washington where his painstaking accuracy and hi knowledge of Greekand other branches givt him very high compensation- The closing exercises of the Lancas ter Colored Schools will be held at the Court House in Lancaster Thursday and Friday April 3 4 1902 Ad dress by Prof W H Parker B L President of the Blue Grass Normal at Keene have the sole agency for Rich pmond and Madison county for Famo d Queen Quality Shoes for Women Frices300 Oxfords S2GO A larg assortment of W L Douglas Shoe- for Men at S2 CO 300 and 350 Al ways on hand RICE ARNOLD Richmond Ky Dr A Mayo who begins a course leo t urea in Berea soon has not bee here for two years He is one of the foremost lecturers and writers on edu cation in the country His services t Southern education have been recog nized by votes ol thanks by the leg islature of South Carolina and other States and testimonials from senator- and governors Everycitizen as wall as every stud nt should plan to hear him and to take notes of his lectures The gathering of Christian young men at the recent Missionary Confer ence at Toronto was a great event and brought high spiritual blessings to n large number of Berea students One of our young men recently wrote to his mother as ho closed an account of this gathering I believe in tho life of selfsacrifice as lived by Jesus Christ I want my life and strength to be spent for others so that at its close His kingdom shall be nearer at handand in some way I shall have helped its coming President Frost called upon Presi dent Roosevelt when passing through Washington last week The Presi dent is to bo seen at 10 in the morn ing and quite a crowd is present some simply to shake hands others to con sult about matters in Congress or to present petitions etc Roosevelt gave his photo and autograph to the young son of one caller drew another into a corner for private conversation and was cordial to all In business mat ters he appears wellposted and decided To one who handed him a mon ster petition ho saidIII must decide on the merits of the case In a matter of principle in a matter of justice I would not be moved by a petition from all the people of the United States NNN111NNNNNNNNNNNN1 M J CORRESPONDENCE 1 I NNNN1NNNNN1NNNNN ROC CASTLE COUNTY SCAFFOLD CANE- Mr Will Klein was visiting his sis ter Mrs Stella Blazer of this place Mr C M Seo has moved his funii ly to Ashland Ky Mr Mat Grin stead has rented his taint this year Mrs Bessie Mason spent a few days with her sister bits Laura Jones this week1V D Azbill was in our little village for a few lays this weokr Will Burnett salesman for Louisville Tin and Stove Co visited his mother inlaw Mrs R Cook Tuesday Mrs Jane Liuville an aged lady died after a taw days illness and was buried in Scaffold Cano cemetery Sunday Quite a large number of people attended the burial ROCKFORD Mr Win Burnett of Somerset is visiting friends at Scaffold Cano Miss Matilda Cook returned home Thursday from an extended visit to her aunt Mrs Groves at Livingston Mr Charles McUollutn and Miss Catherine Young both of Rockcastle were tuarriod in Richmond Tuesdays March fiBorn to the wife of Robt Linville a fine boy March 25Miss Pearl Azbill who has been visiting her aunt Mrs Laura Jones returned to her home at Clover Bottom Tues day Mr John Owens is very ill at this writing Mrs Frank Simms is slowly improving Tho marriage of Mr Leo Wren and Mrs M Thoumson is expected at nn early day- DISPUTANTA There was preaching at East Scaffold Cane last Saturday and Sunday- r Messrs Sill and Robert Sheen r of this place have gone to Fairlnnd Ill Squire James Reynolds is attending Fiscal Court at Mt Vernon this week Mr Anderson Eversole of this place and Miss Eliza Leger of Cli max wore married Starch 20 Squire J M Reynolds oIlimimmtingYourcor- r respondent visited Mr and Mrs G V Otveus last Sunday evening Mr W A Hammond went to Stanford on- t business this wookRev J WJLam bert of Conway and Miss Etta Hey nolds of Disputanta daughter of Squire J M Reynolds were warned at the home of the bride March 31st at f p ni Rov Rowlett officiating Mrs Emma Angliu widow of Robert Anglin died at her home on Scaffolds Cane March 31 of consumption She leaves two children and a host of friends to mourn for her OWSLEY COUNTY GABBARD andISunday and Monday H H Rice of nearsplace put up a soonDudley G Reynolds and wife thissplace a ot potatoes Wheat is almost a failure in this section Potatoes are selline at from 75 cents to SI a bushel and Minternand little sister Mary of Booneville visited their father R W Minter at Gabbardowits at Fouth Booneville Saturday and SuedapR W Green and Evan Ogan were in Broathitt county Satur Mrsand Mrs B T Huff died last week Mrs Nannie Moore visited her fath er P P Reynolds of South Boone ville one day last woekHay Davidson of Eversole visited relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday The Baker Bros of Floyd are doing very good work with their mill JACKSON COUNTY KERBY KNOB Miss Nannie Click was home visit ing friends bringing with her Miss Partridge her former teacher Miss Partridge gave a nice Easter talk to the Sundayschool on Sunday Rov Moberly delivered an Easter sermon at the Parks School Sunday morning at Korby Knob Sunday afternoon Miss Laura Hatfield visited the Clicks Saturday night MADISON COUNTY PEYTONTOWN Messrs G W Wright C F Bur nam Alonzo Campbell and Miss Flor onto White have gone to Cincinnati for the summer Mm Ed Hester widow of Ed Hester a well known blacksmith died at Millgrove Mar 28 Curtis Shearer is very ill from pneu moniaRevs I Miller and S Watts and G L Campbell attended the Council at Kirksvillo last Sunday Miss Maggie Estill and Frank Peyton were married Sunday night at the home of the bridegroom Rov 11att- sofliciatinglion Clay Miller tilled his appointment hero last Sunday Rev Harry Miller of Richmond took part in the services Mrs Susie Miller visited her parents at Kirksville last week FARRISTOWN Miss Sallie iatton is slowly recov ering from an illnessThe lecture last Sunday by Ruv Win Lodwick was much enjoyed by all present Miss Eliza J White and father were guests of Mr and Mrs S White Sat urday nightOur Sundayschool is prospering with Superintendent J A Farris The attendance is good Rev D C Farris preached hero Sat urday and Sunday Our Easter ser vices were a success and lJ3 was WallacctotlIMiss of Mr and Mrs Silas Simpson last f Sunday Miss Doris Ballow viiited Miss Ida Simpson Saturday and Sun day un OUR COUNTY NEWS P E Adams it Son nurserymen of Waco predict a good fruit year j generallyMr 0 Farris of Silver Creek father of State Senator Farris died at his homo March 25 aged 70 years Dont forget T J Moberley opposite the Court House on Maui St Richmond when you want harness or saddlesMr Jones died at the homo of his brother William Jones on Sil ver Creek Saturday at R 30 p m aged 70 years The death of Mr Jones was hastened by a paralytic stroke In another column Mr Roy C White announces himself ns candi date for Clerk of the Circuit Court for Madison county Mr White is n well known gentleman and highly re spty hit and has ability to fill the im portant office with credit FOR SALE A Fine opening for a Live Sawmill Man Ono twenty 20 horse Lane Bad ley double sawmill engine and outfit in excellent condition and practically new with roger and cutoff saws comoI plete Tho capacity of the from 8000 to 15000 feet a day Time mill is on Clear Creek Rockcautle county and Is set to a fine body of timber of 800000 to TXX000 feet Reason for wishing to sell is poor healthof the owners For price and terms apply to II BLAZER CO- Conwa1 Ky Old Soldier Kiperltnr bL M Austin a civil war veteran of Winchester Ind writes My wife was sick a long time in spite of good doctors treatment but was wholly cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills which worked wonders for her health It They always do Try them Only 25c at all drugstores HISTORY OF IRISH POPLIN Lady Corew who died the other day was a benefactress of Ireland in this way She was the first person to wear in Paris nn Irish poplin dress It was in primrose yellow with a design in gold thread and was FO much ndmircd that the fore most ladies nt the court of tile Tui lories asked hpr where she bought the poplin ahd on learning the address wrote for patterns Mario Amolie ordered one in lavender enriched with ft gold pattern the Princess Marie one in blue and sit ver nnd Princess Clementine one in pink and silver Irish poplin was byPopclinebecame the rage and wns greatly worn on occasions of high ceremony us rain did not spoil it Poplin bo came a favorite dress for the public promenades at fashionable ours All its French imitations the wool being less carefully treatedcockle and lose luster when exposed to the least shower Balzac somo of his grand ladies in poplin The Princess Clementine wore a plaid the lay the Into Queen Victoria first landed at report to visit Louis Philippe and Mnrio Aiue lie at Eu London News YOURPOSTMASTER Is tho authorized agent for THE CITIZEN Give him Firrr CENTS and he will send it to us anti we will send you The Neatest Cleanest Newsy Newspaper you ever read one each week for a year POSTAGE STAMPS TAKEN THE BEST- STORY BLACK ROCK BY RALPH CONNOR will commence in THE CITIZEN about May 15 1902 Do not miss this treat T o b e sure and be in time- SUBSCRIBE NOW Louisville Henderson vnd4 Louis Railway Homeseekers ExcursionsJAT LOW RATE-Sr TO Tile WESTTickets on Salo First and Third Tuesdays In MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 Also Low Colonist One Way Rates to the Northwest ond California Points Ng X X O For Further Information AddrtGEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN TrtKV Pn1 Agent Cenl Pail Agent LOUISVILLE KY I DRY GOODSEAS- TERTIDES I ENDING Terminates all social restrictions followed by glad ness gayety and gorgeous dross paradon galore and DEUBAS BIG DRESSY STORE was never BO well prepared to meet dame fashions demands With the advent of the now season the principal thought of the feminine world is that of dross its variations and its cot t Our prices lead them all A perfect bower ofsilks they are worth coming to see New things in colored dress goods and a perfect array of new wash fabrics Carpets Curtains Rugs Oil Cloth and Matting and in fact you can got all your wants at WELOSS