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REV JOHN DODWELL Mgr An Independent eekIYuWith NtriiK HtulT of Killtori Mini toi Devoted to ther rqundet Interests of THE CITIZENRnlertti at tte Ioitofflrt etau maUmalttr at lima Ay IttOIId THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 50 CENTS A YEAR VOL III A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 10 1902 Fifty cents a year NO JtIIDEAS Nave n garden Havn a good garden Try cow pens instead of millet Millet impo orifhes tilt land nn linrbont lho fly Cow peas enrich tho laud and liar bor no insectpost Havo a hotter garden thnn eve and bo sure tho fenco in good TAKE NOTICE Tho subject nt tho Baptist Church next Sunday morning will bo Sab lath Observance Rev Win Lodwick will preach n tint Tabernacle next Sunday morning at II and at Hickory Plains iu tho evening at 3 oclock At tho Chapel service in tho Tab Brnaclo next Sunday night Rov Dr A D Mayo of Washington C will give nu address oil How to Read the Bible FROM THE WIDE WORLD Russia soils England in one year 15000000 worth of eggs Tho twenty two shipyards of Ocr many employ 50000 mon The goata in Naples ItalyNon time go up nix or seven stories into the houses lo bo milked King I lwl1nlor England will Rio n dinner to fiOOOOO poor poopln on Coronation Day Coulter Kruger eldest son of form er Inmident Kruger unit twentyfour nlntivivi of Mr Kruger havo declared allegiance to till British Crown Professor Schubert of Hamburg has figured out that according to the ordinary chronology 1000000000 minutes will have elapsed Nines tho firth of Christ on April Jtt at 1040 ft III IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho Rev Dr JCdward Everett Halo was SO yearn old April 3 Atlantic City N J a fashionable watering place was swept by lire April 3 Twelve hotels and many rtoros were destroyed IXWH SIrmI 000 There In n story that near tho headwaters of tho Porcupine in tho Jlont dike two petrified ships have blnI roul1llIThe farming out of convicUiuGeor gist under tho now law nets tho Stato 200000 n year against 25000 n year under tho old system President Roosevelt and party lolt Washington Monday nt 230 p mIfor Charleston S C to attend tho Exposition A fanner iu Pennsylvania is said to have started a crow filial to furuiHh plumage to wholesale millinorti Ho to receive M cents for heads and 25 cents for a pair of willgllILast week in tho aldermanio cam paign in Chicago the Democratic party in order to get n crowd at a mooting announced fivoround prizo light Between tho rounds tho candi date for alderman inado a speech and bass solos by singers from church choirs wero interpolated Mixed 1w- liticeEu Clr- COMMONWEALTHOF KENTUCKY Stanford will endeavor to issue Jlf 000 in bonds for the inaintouauco of a graded school J II Burke of Qnrrnrd county in 1 tends to put in a largo crop of hemp 275 acres this year Salt Lick Bath county is the scone- S of munb excitement on account of tho oil fevertt Tho Central University of Kentucky has nu accession to its endowment of 50000 Tho appealed case of tho Commonwealth rs Caleb Powers will como up iu tho Appellate Court early in tho spring term The directon of tho 1tC N R Rihave authorized an added issue of 000000 to tho capital stock of their rondotlHOUR J W Yorkofl and Gilbert am asking for an appropriation of 10000 for n geological nod survey of Garrard Madison Hockt ti castle Boyle Lincoln Laurel and Anderson counties ONE AIM AND PURPOSE Her P II II A Tho longer I live anti study the ef feet of Hcrmoiw and speeches tho protolnldd gout themes any one of which is use ful and interesting but none stands out with sucliiiiarked prominnnco and alt13ntiolrof llio congregation What n contrast there is between tho styles of tho minister and tho bar rister Tho ouo will talk about his subject and say many pretty lint edifying things which sound well and would rend well which nro pleas oxprestround ynlxivo her tolling her towers and considering her palaces but dOOR not dream of making n break in the walls unit carrying it by an assault Tho other fixes on some salient point in his brief which is capable of being altreoho always returns to it at lastund tho jury leaves the hox with ono thought or filet that demands consideration sod becomes tho standpoint iron which they viow the whole case Surely tho latter is tho finer method and the moro effective Ho is n suc orderwmanages one great conception before his people each time hn nddrcskes them so that as thoy break from tho spell of his in flitfiicp they may bopossossed of ono thought inspired of one motive and oomttolled towards one act Two of tho greatest preachers of modern times Mr Spurgeon and Phillips Brooks though BO different iu almost every otherrespect arts alike in thin that the whole sermon would gather round one essential thought which burnt itself into brain and heart Mr Spurgoon would show how that ono thought looked iu the light of each of tho doctrines of grace how it had to do with every possible experience how it solved every kind of dilliculty As you Hhtoned to him you began to realize tho importance of fromo fragment of truth which you had previously hanlly considered For tho moment it filled tho entire hori zon of your scut You ruminated to find it for yourselfeverywhere and felt per groatBostondelightful models of what each of us should nine nt I will not stand spon Nor torah the theology in tho pre eu button of truth In the first ono or twoI paragraphs ho states the truth lie has discovered in his text and begins to illustrate it and enforce it byI references to that world of men ol IIIetgreat cause of weakness iu n sermon Everything that detracts from the main end m viow should bo carefully eschewed and cut out and the cur ItRIt ANNOUNCEMENT Wo aro authorized to announce Roy C White as candidate lor Circuit Court Clork in Madison county sub jecl to tho action of the Democratic partytnlerBRICK FOB SALE About 200000 firstclass brick very hard Will sell all or part to suit purchaser Tho brick may ho seen on my farm near Whites Station Address or call on Geo D White Richmond or man on the ClmnIOld Klllir Yaprlnle M M Austin a civil war veteran of Winchester Ind writes Mywifo was sick p long time in spite of good wllDllyIwhich worked wonders for her health They always do Try thorn Only 1Ute at all drugstores FOR HANDMADE FANCY WOODWOR- KI hats sunbonnets fancy 1baskets of all descriptions rings in all colors Send your orders to MISSES M Axe L CARTER BenEi KENTUCKY Pius very rciionible and all work H1 iiwiilo JII01 I This will save your Life uaeDrFor Consumption Coughs and Colds The only Guarartoocl Cure DruggistCURESOrlp a Whooping Cough 1munionin oran 1 LungsTRIALRegular Size BO conta and 10O All Iyn un Trim Great is Texas Her vast cotton crops and marvelous oil discoveries amazo tho world Now follows tho startling statemont of the wonderful work at Cisco Tex of Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption My wife contracted a severe lung trouble writes Editor J Eager which caus eda most obstinate cough and finally resulted in profuse hemorrhages but line been completely cured by Dr Kings New Discovery Its positive guaranteed for Coughs Colds and Throat and Lung troubles Ilk mid 100 Trial bottles free at all drugstores opI Dont Use ISpectaclesI Unless you nest them and if you use them bo sure they fit your need will give thorough examination with tho above instrument rash or ciuiun which always indicates tho correct glusson to use It you dont no d glasses I will tell you so T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Berea Ky ESTABLISHED 188- 3MADISON MONUMENTAL 0 Head stones urns menu ments and tuarbln thud grnu ito work of all kinds Pricnw koyerntsl by quality of nia Prices rcasonablf Only rtclaR work tlono All work guaranteed J T Hamilton Prop RICHMOND Ky MUV STUKKT OPt rtlte IlUnton coal Yard- 2tFg CO YEARS EXPERIENCE r Trunc MARKS DCSIONO CopvnCHTs c reelgnfrtorllytIIlIorI rk al1alt1 t eln-tl eiati otkrnhou thnrva luihs ci ol1dfc Il it Scan InMeelr rurest M- rnItln hjr rltntin inurnk Turm Nr uriiiuribitl tiulabri ntwMlMKn Newsnroeh Quarterly Report Qf the Berea Banking Co AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS OX MARCH 31 11102 J RIlOtJROaS LlAllILlTIFS Loans and discounts tfOil 84 Capital Stock paid in in cash S7 T 00 00 Duo from National Hanks 1 S2f 70 Surplus untl om 1- 7Specit 723 83 Deposits subject to check Currency 4 ill 00onwhich interest is not 6 131 88 paid S23 SWJ 74 Other Items carried as Cash 14107 Time certificates of depos Furniture and Futures 620 31 its on which interest is Current Expenses Last Quarter j 274 11paid 82000 oc2H 7til 74 Cashiers Checks oustanding 49 70 Total J38382 Total S8 S2G1 STATE OF KENTUCKY County of Madison i1s W II Porter Cashier of Tho Boron Banking Co n bonk located and doing business in tho Town of Boron n said county beiugUuly sworn says that the foregoing report is in all respects n true statement of tho condition tho said Bank at tho close of business on the 31st day of March 1002 to the host of his knowledge end bulit- IIlIIlCurthor saps that tho business of said beak has boon transacted at tholocation named and not elsewhere and the abovo report is made in compliance with an ollicial notice received from tho Secretary of State designating tho lust day of March 1102 as tho day on whichsuch report shall bo made Subscribed and sworn to before me by W H Porter W II POUTER Cashier 6th day of April 1002 S E WELCH Jnf Director JESSE JoDB Clerk Madison County B R ROBINSON Director By A T Fists Deputy Clerk W FKmo Director iStudentsAttentionl Want to save money 1Veh1 here is tho way to do it Tradowith us and keep the rebate checks wo issue with every cash ptirphaso and well give you One dollars worthof any kind merchandise free for tho return of twenty dollars in checks Checks transferable and no limit in time for collection IVeinot on IRavo you five per cent extra but our assortment of CLOTHING SHOES HATS and FURNISHINGS equals any in Central Kentucky at prices not excelled in any market t Covington Banks RICHMOND KENTUCKY I OUR SPRING STOCK of Fine Saddles Carriage and Buggy Harness is full and complete Our Prices are the lowest consistent with good material and work manship For the farm work our Collars Hames Backhands Chains etc are lower iu price than usual Come and see me T J MOBERLY RICHMOND KY Successor to J T McCliutock Main St Opposite Court House DR M Ee JONES RICE ARNOLD ecati Dentist aRICHMOND KY Shoes Hats Gents Furnish Officehear MrsFishs MillincroJft ings Store Office Thursda Fri I JaulCs Racer Drl arE our agents usanuMARKETThlAre Inter fcrmi ImVluviio lint Mounm Slmt Clilnipn where our renders will be rourteoiinlj1 MarranMeatsLeprovement of the age In connection with the rcsseu ou try anu cgeta cs Seasonlubo taken lylvanuer of M B RAMSEY Berea Ky Pair Dealing Pays And that is one reason our business is increasing We sell you iu a way to bring us your Future Trade and that of your friends spring Styles for 1902 New Rockers Ladies Desks Couches Dining and Bedroom Furniture nod many attractive articles to make the home comfortable Picture Framing Carpets Matting Rugs UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Ly1Night FOR CASHo Wo are selling Q of our former low Furniture at a 5per prices We need reduction of more room for new stock Doors and windows are included in tho above reductio- nBICKNELL EARLY Berea Kentucky Douglas Crutcher have a fine line of Spring and Sum mer Shoes They enjoy showing you their goods SEE THEIR LATEST n IN OXFORDS err NebN i NNN NN NNN NN NN ON et i THE CITIZEN I GOOD ROAD LESSONS HOW THE SOUTH IS BEING TAUGHT J TO BUILD HIGHWAYS Sitrrlnt Trnlim rnmiilctel Bqnliipril Wllli Moilorii llnnilinnkliiK Jlnoliln cry Touting the S iulliirii Slnli and ilvlritr IiiMrurtliiim There tins been u larger expenditure or public funds for the betterment of public highways during the year just ciuled than In any previous live yours of Aincrkim history says the IMilliitlel phla North Amorlcnn The tigKrcKnte II lit of uspindlturos mounted Into till millions 1ulillc sentiment fn tor Ing bettor highways has developed no rapidly tint It hns been dttllcnlt to koop trnok of the various International na tional and state conventions which have peen called to promote the cause This Interest has shown Itself not only among farmers good roads Ill sl 1IOA1 HOLLKU AT WOH- Knsts and public ollicluls but also auion several of the great trunk line rail ways The tour of n good roads special which concluded recently Its tlrst rut ovor the Southern railway system through the south uialilng ten stops lit important centers Including Itlruiliif ham Montgomery Atlanta Greenville Charleston and other points was tli outgrowth of the first Internationa good roads congress which was held nt Port Huron Mich lute last year Pith Important congress of good roads i o pie was culled together at the sugges clot of the good roads senator ot Michigan II S Earle of Detroit Delegates from T score of states and nearly every province of Canada were pros NIl Here Is where the good road train had Its birth and soon afte President W IL Moore of the Natlona Good lloads association of Chicago be gas his arrangements for the opera tions of the special This train start ed from New Orleans early lust sprlnj and worked Its way north to Chicago making a dozen stops by the way for the purpose of constructing a sampli of good roads and showing how esscn tial to their building Is the use of mod em roadmaklng machinery with which the train was completely equipped One of the most remarkable pieces ol apparatus was tho earth excavator arid elevator This machine was drawn by eight pairs of mules arid would take dirt from the side of the road a move It and spread It In the middle ot the proposed road at the rate of tour cubic yards per minute under favors ble conditions By means of this ma chute and several gangs of men together with road rollers stone crushers and other apparatus tho expert road builders on this trip at one point made a halt a mile of good road In ten hours The work of this llrst good roads special was so successful and tho iris Central railroad was so well pleased with the results that President Moore hud several opportunities to take charge of good roads trains to be run over other largo railroad systems In different parts of the country and finally accepted the Invitation of the South era railroad to take a train through the south The success of the train was more than assured from the beginning for before It started from Washington on Nov 1 requests had been received from more than 200 cities and towns to build a sample of road within their limits but only ten stops were made on the trip Tire train with Its load of modern roadmaklng machinery and corps of expert roadbullders was received with the greatest enthusiasm and no less than seven state good roads associa tions us many county organizations and ten samples of good roads have re suited The value of the Instruction given and the Interest awakened will be felt In this section of the country for twenty years to come Another trip was planned under the same management The train will pass through a different part of the southland The local soil conditions wet with during the two good roads tours varied to such an extent that It was Impossi hale to follow any specified rule for the construction of the roadbed Where materials were to be found the founda tion was wade of five Inches of coarse crushed stone which was thoroughly rolled before the second course was ap plied Next came a two or three Inch course of stone about one and a halt inches In thickness which was carefully spread sprinkled and thoroughly rolled On top was placed a fine dress- Ing of much smaller stone In a thin layer This was also sprinkled and rolled The final layer acted as A hinder and made the road hard smooth and even in surface The road bed was given about a twelve Inch crown and the ditches were as carefully monde as the roadbed Itself Ttnnillinllillnir by Convict President Earle of the League of American Wheelmen says that the eon vlct labor of the country could build 18000 miles of road a year and should be used for that purpose t RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gems Gleaned From tin Trnclilna at All Denomination The humblest life Is glorified by a high Ideal Ilev Itruco Brown Chris tlan Denver The Plant Arbiter Religion will become the thud arbiter between naeriItev Dr Hubenstulu llebrcw Baltimore IcnilliiK Into the Truth Human educators lead uteri tip to tit truth but Christ only lends men lute ItIlex C C Albertson Presbyterian Philadelphia Secret of ClirUtlnii r efulnr Forgetting those thugs which art behind Is the secret of life of Chris tin II usefulness Ilev S P Hanson Baptist Brooklyn lit Jliirnct Kveii lit vies Be light hearted Joyous but novel frivolous or trivial Be In earnest even in play Kev David N Beach Congre gatlpnallst Denver The Church Under Ilond The church Is under frond to the world to demonstrate the joyous char actor of the religion of Christ Kev C P Cheeseman Plttsburg Accuracy In HcllKlon the careful system and candid IIet that characterize our secular culling bo brought to bear upon our re IlglonKcv Dr S B Warner Metho dist St Louis Not Throne lint Practice Sonic people will tight much more ve hemently for their theory coneernlns the Bible than for the practice of the spirit of Jesus ChrlstItevi C Hall Peoples Church Denver The Slur Door Uvll When the sovereign people of a whole state enacts a law It Is political and moral anarchism not to enforce It nand I may say In passing that good morals never have evil side doorsRev Dr Dean Richmond Babbctt Episcopalian Brooklyn The Source of Ilnpplnc Indolence breeds misery Honest ac tivity breeds happiness The man that knows his duty and does It toward his Creator and his fellow creatures gath ers honey of sweet happiness to his own soulilex E Mona Jones flap tist PlttsburgNo For Gloom One of the earliest church fathers taught that the Holy Ghost will not re main In a gloomy heart lint joy cannot be hail for mere desire of It The life- lilist be crowded with high resolve rind righteous deed Kev John Brushing hum Methodist Chicago Toniclc or Mn in in on lluutn Many so called Christian hearts are n perfect tangle of Mammon roots or evil inclinations springing out of an inordinate seeking after the things of earth that wither often before we have fully grasped them Kev James T Coffey Catholic St Louis Mnkc Life n IllemlnK Do your duty bravely guard your Integrity see that the world Is richer for your presence In it love others as you would be loved by them You will then see tint It Is n blessing to b- enlleItev George II Hepworth Con gregatlonallst New York national Ilcllef Xot Dnxmn It is not tho formalists creed that man needs but beliefs based on rea Eons and approved by conscience Wo need not dogmas but principles found ed on the eternal aspirations of the hUe man soul cud the universal experience of man Kabbl J Leonard o Pltts burg Lnylnir Lp Treniure Any poor man has access to the treasury of Gods truth and love and he can lay up treasure In a thousand ways Kindly words and deeds mire Immortal and the Divine Recorder of means doings and sayings keeps a cor rect account Kev Dr George Adams Methodist Brooklyn Leaving Self Ilehlnd Whosoever will may enter the open door leaving selfish care behind dropping all burdens save those that bless us as we hear them the burdens of sympathy and love and our lives play be lighted with hope and In our hearts may be peaceBev David Ut ter Unitarian Denver ClirUllnii Love Love and Christianity are converti ble terms When Christ put his toot upon earth In all the Itomnn empire there was not one house of mercy not ono hospital Love Is the great calm thoughtful purpose to assist others to the best of our ability Kev Dr Edward G Andrews Methodist Bishop ot New Yor- kIrcaclilnir In the Market Ilnee The only way to bring the gospel to the people Is to return to the example jf tho apostles and go everywhere reaching the word Let It be precch Id in the market places In tho streets In the parks In the street cars on the street corners and in the open fields lev Dr Paul F Sutphcn Presbyterian Cleveland O The Cen of Temptation Innocence Is not desirable if it means the absence of any chance of tempta Jon I like this clean white sheet of paper but I would rather see It slotted If the spots came In the efforts ot- a boy learning to write I like n pure white stone but I would rather see It- cut and hammered It out of it a sculptor was trying to carve an angel Kov Newell Dwight hills Congregational 1st Brooklyn God nn Arlthmctlclun Arithmetic is the science of all scl tnces Civilization Is built on arltlnne tic Man must know arithmetic before irogress in art architecture music and ommerco is possible God is an arlth netlclan In nature ho never misses count In the cornfield in the snowstorm in the birds plumage In tine stars In chemistry there Is mathcmat cal exactness that proclaims Gad the Almighty arithmetician Her John R White Baptist Atlanta da THE SUNDAY SCHOOI LESSON II SECOND QUARTER INTERNATIONAL SERIES APRIL 13 Text of the Icnn Aeti IT n4n Memory VeereIII IS Itolilcn TIC Actn Ii n Commentary Irepurci by Her II M Mourn Copyright 1901 by AmerlcanPreasAso- ctallon a Si He came down also to the snlnt which dwelt at Lytlila This Is written of Peter as he passel front place to place on his Master business feeding trod caring for thl sheep and the lambs John xxl Hi Ii- I Pet v 11 as he hind boon commit slotted to do In Acts x IS we rent that Jesus of Nazareth anointed with the Holy Ghost and with Miwer won about doing good and healing all till oppressed of the devil for led wa with Him It we will receive than which Is written In John xvll IS xx- l I John II we cannot but bellev that He expects each of Ills rodeoimi to live the saute life that He lived M 4TCnrns Jesus Christ mnketh the whole arise and make thy tied Finding one who had kept his bet right years being sick with palsy hu thus addressed him arid Immediate he was whole for Jesus Christ at the right hand of the Father Is the ver Kime compassionate all powerful Say lour as when on earth He went aliou healing the sick Heb vlll 8 and lilt redeemed ones are here to make that great fact manifest as And all that dwelt at Lyddn nm Saran saw him and turned to the lx rt The Lord say that In the healing ot Knoas He would be glorified until that many would thus he led to turn to Him for their own gout and for HI glory While I believe It Is n high ant holy and gracious privilege to trust tin Lord for the hotly us well as the soul I cannot sympathize with those wino con sign all drugs arid doctors to the derll nor can I believe that stealth In this mortal body is more IuiH rtant thorn glorifying God M 37 Now there was at Joppa a rertalt disciple named Tablthu She like her Lord lived for others until for the good which lie might IK pleased to accomplish through her am In her active self denying life GUll was manifest Some only talk of what they would do It they could lint this woman did whist slit could tlw lon working through her In tbt miiUt t her busy life slrknen CHIRP and taw enemy death was ivrmltted to touch her and slit one dry found herself Iti perfect health and In the vigor of n life she had never known before ab sent from the hotly present with the Lord experiencing the gain of those who enter upon the very far better See II Cor v S Phil 128 K V 38 to Lydda being near to Jopjw and the disciples at Joppa having heard of the Lord working through Peter at Lydda they send for him urging him to come quickly to them which he did and he soon found him self In this midst of n lot of weeping widows We do not rend that they talked of her present happiness road rest from her labors and their Joy be cause of her promotion to the Immedi ate presence of her lord yet I have boon many a time In homes of mourn lug where these were the topics and there was no desire to have the loved one back again even though the hearts ached and the tears would come because of the loneliness 40 Dut Peter put them all forth and kneeled down and prayed So did our Lord In the case of the rulers daughter Mark v 10 Ifpcct that Peter as be communed with God would inquire as to tho will of God In this matter arid whether it might be for the glory of God to have Dorcas return to the mortal body for a seasoq He must have received sonic assurance from God as to Ills will for turning to the holy and culling her name she opened her eyes and seeing Peter she sat up And he Rave her his hand and lifted her up and when he had called the iilnti and widow presented her alive e So Dorcas came back from the rest ninth the glory to sojourn again In a mortal body for the good of others and the selfish receivers of her labors were doubtless glad to have her go at It again for their sakes but whatever she did It was for Jesus sake II Cor Iv 11 not for their sakes Should we find ourselves suddenly In Ills presence and In the enjoyment of all that can be enjoyed apart trout the holy and be risked by Him to return to earth again for a season for Ills sake that He might he further glorified In here I doubt not but Ills grace would be sulll cleat to enable us to say Yes Lord nnythlng anywhere for Thee II Cor Ir 8 And It was known throughout all Joppa and many believed in the Lord Thus In these two cases of God work lag through Peter one result was that many In each place believed In the Lord In the case of runny sick ones who desire health and claim as they say the result of tho prayer of faith there Is often no desire that others should be led to believe In the Lord or that they themselves should live hence forth wholly for Him but merely a de sire for their own personal comfort ind to be rid of their allllctlon Wo must riot sit In judgment upon God nor iuay we even judge people Itoin xiv 13 I Cor Iv C but we may be perfectly sure that tho Judge of all the earth ilways does right xvll 25 of Genesis He tarried many days in Joppa with ono Simon a tanner Healing the sick or raising tine dead ir simply tarrying with Simon the nnner God was glorified In Peter lie dues not want work so much as fruit sal there may bo touch fruit when one seems compelled to live In apparent idleness Doubtless the Lord Jesus glorified the hither in all tho thirty years at Nazareth as well as in the few years of Ills public ministry 1N NINII IN1111N111 NNHNN1 r THE HOME- NNN111NNN1N111 I l INN NN POTTED MEATS Iotted Hect Procure anice bill inexpensive piece of beof IIH free in possible from gristle Iud Kkin nm put it into n jar with n very littlo wa tor Cover closely anti stand in saucepan of boiling water lotting tit water reach within two inches of tit top of jnr Boil irently until toiulor and remove from the fire to cool u lit tie then cut it into pieces the size R walnut nuil pnss four or five timot through tiny good uncut chopper 01 aniifmgo machine until very fine Mix with tho ground neat by degrees all or n portion of tho gravy that has run from it while cooking and as mud good salt butter as can bo ntTordod together with any nice mellow snout drippings on hard bearing iu mint tho fact that the butter or fat adds to the keeping qualities tho gravy on the contrary detracting from them Season to taste with poppor salt and nutmeg or mace kneading lucunwliik with the hands Into n perfectly siiiootli mass Fill small jar with this smooth lug tho top and cover with a layer of butter just warmed and poured over Store in ti cool and dark place felted Vomit Cook tho veal thoroughly in a covered pan without brorvuing it ami when cold proceed an before allowing lIb of cooked ham or bacon to every four of veal Omit most of the gravy season with lomou juice nonce etc and pack away for present use only as veal will not keep as long as the other moats Potted Pork Select a nice piece of cold roasted or pickled pork Add snllicient good pork dripping instead of hatter null season rather highly with muxtnrd eta Press into jars with n top layer of clarified lard Potted Tongue Cook tongue an usual and pass through machine twice Add butter with cayenne pep per mid salt to suit Into Potted lainTo every HM crooked lone hum allow lb fat Grind until fine Mnisoniiig with ono teaspoon pound mace or powdered nutmeg aol a hirgx J teaspoon of cayenne pepper Iook into poll us lug butter both in mixing and iw n layerPotted Liver 1arboll tho liver in salted water for half an hour and bake slowly for thin saute length of time Grind arid add mifliciout onion juice pepper sad suit to taste together with a sprig of parsley and n little lemon juice Mix with plenty if butter mind store away for presout use Very many other dishes may bo prepared by combining two or more meats etc and seasoning with trim mushrooms celery seeds or the ordl nary dried herrings opening up to the skilful houskcepor n cotupartivo ly now and delicious branch of the culinary artEtliTU DRAm iu Tire iVfir England Jfometttatl r0 piumMlr obtain V 8 anti rcigu tlendtnalaleketehor plate oftnrenhcalot- 4ircereortonmarntblmty t f Frr fire Udk 1atentandTRADEMARKS write to A neighbor ran in with a bolllo of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy whorl my son was suffering with severe cramps and was given up as beyond hope by my reg ular physician who stands high in his profession After administering threo doses of it my son regained consciousness and recovered entirely within twenty four hours says Mrs Mary huller of Mt Crawford Vn This Remedy is for sale by S E WELCH In tidier Thnn Pill The question has boon IIskedClln what way are Chamberlains Stomach C Liver Tablets superior to pills II Our answer is They aro easier and more pleasnnt to take more mild and gentle in effect and moro reliable as they can always be doponded upon Then they cleanse anti invigorate Iho stomach and leave the bowels in a natural condition whilo pills aro moro harsh in effect and their use is often followed by constipation For sale by S E WELCH JR NNN 11N1111NNNNNIN ITHE SCHOOL 1DUTI-ES OF SCHOOL OFFICERS Ono of the tendencies in school ml ministration that Most needs correc tion is an increasing iitmimplion hy school olliccrs of till rights and dtilio inherent in tho teachers ollice this tendency is not only seen in school reg illations but moro seriously in supervision and especially supervision by members of school boards acting ni individuals or committees It is believed to bo not In uucom moo Ihiui for a school director or trustee to dictate to teachers the methods to ho used in teaching given subjects and also what they are to ro quiro the pupils to do Teachers are told nuthorativoly that they trust not require pupils to pro pure spelling lessons by writing that nil spelling lessons must bo oral that pupils must bo taught the alphabet butane they attempt to rent that pu pils must bo vrmitted to read at least one verse each anti that they must rend twice n day thai the pupils must recite by turn that pupils must nut begin multiplication until they have learned the multiplication table that the rules in arithmetic must IHI learn ed by heart before tiny problems are solrtd thud tho text iu geography must ho committed to memory that no wall maps are to be used iu recita tions etc It is easy to see tho mischief which must result from such ollieial dicta ion in the details of teaching and It is obvious that such dictation is even more mischievous and erhaps more common with reference to discipline and till this inltuliiif tinny bo done by n school ollicur without his even dream tug that neither tho low lIor tile school regulations give him an iota of oflicial authority in those matters that ho tins no more legal rights to play teacher in the schools than nny other citizen It may of course ho entirely prop er for a school director to call atten lion to what puny seem defects in it school or to mako suggestions look ing to its improvement ami every true teacher will welcome such efforts to render suchnsshstaiicolamt we art not now coiisklering tho propriety of illiciid advice but of authomlivo tli vclion n very different thlngDII EUBNKON 15 VIIITK III School Interests ind Duties in 7Iee IMufaHonal 1M IIINIThe public schools are not doing II tithe of what they should do to give our boys and girls refined anti beauti hnl manners Isay It strongly for on this point I feel deeply alto lack of training in the eclloolsDr E E W lUTe N1NNN1NNINNNNN1N1NNN1 ITHE FARM 111N 111NNN11NNNNINI NN 1NIIN11 In the last CITIZEN there was iu Iho second column of first page au article Homespun and Flax and this semi tenon occurs in tho article Thoro can bo uo possible intuit lint thin revival of spinning and woav ing by tho people of the mountains would ho n very very great Ixiiioiil to thorn III thorn WATII than one ninth ono way mentioned was increased oppor tunity for profitable work at homo Today the farmer In tho mountains calculates to raise most of his food at hours tumid sometimes does but very tow of them hopo to got nay surplus from the farm Logging making tI1I1tnllhrk working at sawmills etc are the sources looked to for cash anti they supply considerablo of that needful hilt it is very poor economy to depend on them It would botlif ferent if tho logs wore iimnufaclurod into lumber fit fur market right at home or tho tnnbark used to tun the hides now sold to the huckster or tho storekoejwr instead of letting half a dozens persons reap a profit front thorn before they mire worked up to como back In client furniture tut n big price and shots that are nice looking but havo little wear iu them It may bo said that the means to manufacture art not within reach Neither wero they within reach of any pluco until man put thorn thorn Thin timo was whoa the cabinet maker blacksmith the wheulwrighl tho tanner tho shoe maker suit other artisans could Iw found iu every community Why riot have them again t What has ben gained by letting then got Norn INK What hunts boon lost Mini nIl WITH moro hair I could tell in long article but OliO very important element for MICCCAH has been nearly lost and that is SKILL and with thtjhas gong the faculty to forco condition for forming stalwart char actor out of hard reluctant surround begs HCCUUHO wo can necessaries cheaply to tiny is not altogether a blessing What is cheaply acquired is elionplr held what you havo is worth to you just what it cost you and if it will cost you in labor much snore to clothe family in homespun than in store clothes the extra wear sad comfort will mono than this outlay and to this will Ixt added a feeliug of true iudeK iideiiw of cir iMimsUiuccA worth Qflrthing- The stability of any guvoruinenttie- s nds UKIU thaw stability of the honey The homo will Inn letter maintained and preserved IHHOUHO of homo indus tries Let us give this matter earnest thought It is worthy of il hut ahoy nil let us nut KtrUR TitAn LOOM plmiut llax keep your wool at home tORch the girls to spun spinning ii work teach bo 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Sond money by registered letter or Imouoy order to t 4TilE CITIZEN p S Iliiiv in Stesv Onion Select the mcilliiiii Hlzwl ullver onlonH pcnl lilT the outer ski ii let them lie In cold wilIer halt an hour anil drain coyer with oll lug wIlier add n pnpx oii fill of halt mid lioll uncovered for ten In lutes Drain III this water cover with friHh hollliiK water add cult and hull ten II III ut longer then olmiiKi1 tile water nKiiln and Inill until the on louis are tender They Mioultl lie willie tin miow Do not boll too hart or cover the xnucppnn or the onloim will la strong and dark colored Make a cream pnitrc and pour over the onlonH after carefully draining them Edward Blake College Student lljr Charles M Sheldon AuthHrnftnltUStti Ualtom Kirk Tht CrucUI m of JVillfp Ktruna Itobtrt Jnnlii Iltlp CITuhl U19 S Oilnuu A lii Udrume JublWilriu JeJrifAlTIW X Its nut n matter of friendship be gan Kdwanl with even more than his umwl ilnuKrilneKri IlH pimply a mat ter of niHemlty Ive Hlood tin nirket an long Illlll stiind It If youre ttonnd to make n foul of ynnt elf I ilont know that I am bound to room with you and Miffer from It No youll look utter Kdwanl IJlnke nIl right Ill h retorted Wlllln either IJIIIIIMItIIIr unconsciously pnib IIIR down Into thj n al IKII1HhlllfiM of IMwnnl inornl rectitude IHdwllrd turned and went on with his WI11U went hack Into the oilier nMiin Inlnlillilland a frw other thlnpt that Moused to him aud went tmek Into his bedroom with tlifin lie packet them In anti flnni down the lid locked It tI11Ijsul thu trunk and came out Into tho room nnd took down IIB coat anti put on Pals lint Want any hflp about pettlnff your tnmk down stiirs You had to have mime about KettliiR It up Raid Wllll tu wheeliHl aliout from till window wlu re he wan MamlliiK nUll fared Kd wiinl huts liiind In hIli pocket and a limn un bin fare that hurt Kdwanl IIMHI than If he hall struck him The wunN nail Ihe tone reminded him Ir r Utlbly of that lint meetlujr vlnm hi luau iMfriiiickil him during lint flrt- bluw of grtiit trouble Aud here ho WAC leaving him when iKliajH he onRht to Itny hy him Aud the promise tlmt to WH1U mother WRIt ho true to It WII1I8 hnd uttered a plea then It In hoaILdi l hvnrd might have reron silt rtil hu action Hut WIIIU turiutl 11111111111111itly the Mine tune he haul whlntU the night before and the HOIIIII Irritated Ilwanl again IlereH my key he saId shortly going over to Will table anti Hinging It down All right said Willis quietly Then lie Hiiddenly turned anitind and faced Kdwnnl and there was actually n tear In his eye- Wont you shake haudn Neil before you go I dont blame you a bit Hy barge I wonder youve Mood It as long no you have Hut I dont want you to hoar tao III will Ill go to hell faust enough without your helping to push Tho unexpected attitude of Will almost upset Kdwanl lie put out his hand sIlently and shook Wllll nnd us ho did hIs eye traveled down the empty coat sleeve And again If Wllll had walled Just u second 12d wnnl might even then have changed his mind Hut he turned around to the window and rcHUined his whis thug and Kdwanl slowly went over Into his bedroom and dragged slit Pals trunk put It out In the hall shut the door and went down atalrx leaving the trunk against the wall nt the end of the upper xiHsage- He haiti not the slightest Idea as to where he would go or what he would do fuse n room hilt he felt time need first of n hit of Holltude and he went off Into a piece of woods down III one cor ner of the campiiH and hail a time nil by himself during which he cooled off little although when he came back In on till hill he had not changed Ids mind concerning till stop he hail taken and was If anything more deeply con vinced that he had done the right thing for himself The only thing t hut t troubled him much wa s the thought of Willis mother Would slit consider Kdwanl false to isis promise tlmt he would do In his power for her haul ho exhausted nil possible efforts to save him or lout ho deserted him Just because of time annoyance and discomfort of a few unpleasant times with him 1 Ho hind been such a stickler for thin truth and for keeping isis word that this tune thought nmiie him uneasy It was Saturday and there were no classes he Tralked slowly over to thin ladles hall thinking to see Freella mid tell her about the matter with a more or less vague feeling tlmt III arguing with her about It ho could persuade himself that what ho had done was justified by time facts Frccthi came down Into till parlor after II few moments nnd Kdwanl with Ids usual ircctness told Pier what he hail done Sue looked very serious and questioned him rather closely think Mr Preston has been Itrlilkhil more this term than he used t01 Theres no doubt of It Kdward re plied decidedly lies been out often 1r Ue U gettIng worse all the time Are you sure you have taken tho best way to help him Well Trccda what can I do I cant stand tIme breaking Into my sleep and the aiinoyanco generally Ive got myself to consider some havent U I suppose so you replied rreeda slowly Did he seem to care much about your going Kdwanl told tier something of the scene that took place Krceda listened attentively Hes not altogether haul do you think Hy no means Willis has some noble qualities Why Kivcda Im III college now perhaps on account of his generosity Thats what plagues me Nome That IIIIIIUIIIIIII promise to Mrs Preston What did you promise Pier Why I made u general sort of promise to her that I would do all III my power to help Willis lImit what cilia I do In this drink mutter when he himself confessed tlmt he had repent hlClkllI the Irllllll lit ham i auntie to Pals own mother ilont seem to have any Influence over him In this direction Tlmt Is what said to Mrs Preston Do you think you will have tiny In fluence over him now dont know Anyway lies to blame for all this trouble Ho knows lies wrong and he cant blame mo for IsIs own foolishness It seems dreadful though Ned to think of him going to the Imd this way and no one doing anything to stop It Do you know 1reeda stopped and looked at her brother very thoughtfully as If shin was In doubt alxiut giv lug him her lnlllhhIICo111I you know Ned IrIt Is possible some one of till girls might have Influence with Mr Preston I think I know of one who could help him some Kdward looked at Ireeda anxiously It was tIme first time In time conversa thou that he had given a thought about Willis feeling for lila sister WOK It possible she He asked a question cautiously hut at the same time with his usual love of the truth What girl could help him I think Ida could In fact Ncdtht Is entirely confidential and you must not breathe It to a suuuhI am sure lila think n good deal of Mr Pnston Kver since his return from time Philip pines she has ndmlrvd him If sue should use lice Influence she might help him to break off Pals drinking Kdwnnl listened III silence home was a little complication with n venguunct 1or thin lInt time In his life he knew what Jealousy meant It was true hu haul ever sluice his talk with the presi dent liven able to control and even direct lilt finding In regard to Miss Seton lint time thought that shut might cure more for the rccklofts Willis than for himself tIme upright added a touch of bitterness to liPs feeling for Willis that he luau not yet xlHrllul1 He was so disturbed by thU feeling that he did not stay munich longer with 1rceda In answer to Pier question as to whether be didnt think Ida could help Willis he replied shortly that he didnt know nnd susan went away to brood over this new chapter In his own little tragedy Before the end of the day be haul found an empty room In one of the other halls unit land moved libu tnmk Into It lie secured a few plwcs of furniture from a student who was sell hag out nUll very late that night he went to lied thoroughly unhappy milt less over the whole business angry with Willis with Frecda for making time suggestion about Ida and with himself In general for being several kinds of a tool In coming to college at allNext morning he felt a little hotter and n little ashamed of himself be sides lImit all through time tIny he was haunted by the dread of getting n let ter from Mrs Preston lie could not make his action seem quite right In the face of his promise to her Aud all the week went by he watched for his mall with Increasing nervousness Hut when another Saturday had gone nUll the letter time truth dawned on him that perhaps Mrs Prvslon knew nothing about the affair Kd ward hind a returning wave of Pals old liking for Willis como over him as he began to realize tlmt Willis lund tint written anything to his mother about It and probably never would U was nt this point that Kdward nhoived the better side of Ids choir acter especially In the matter of lila truthfulness lie sat down that night nnd frankly wrote Mrs Preston n full account of his leaving Willis He did not attempt In this letter to hide the fact that It was largely on his own account for tIme sake of Ids own pence and quiet that he hind left Willis An answer came promptly tlmt week It yas In sonic particulars ex actly what he lund anticipated In other ways parts of tho letter sur unset him It a nuttrr of Tnt urprli to mnmr Preston roleIhat you tad ltd lie writtt me every week and he nlJ nothing about It In hit Utter that I rerrlrrJ tllrIy am more grieved and pilnrd than ran t 01100 Ot counw do not eJroot Wllll for lilt conduct It U what baa ton breaking my own heart for liars now lie knows lull well the ronwiurnm anil yet he choose loll course neter told you that hit grandfather wai a drinking nun lie uird to bout ot hit temperance In drinking and aiM any man wa a tool to let the haMt gel the better ol him lie she claimed the liberty he railed It to do as he leased and on several occasions that know ut he resented attempts to restrain the liquor drinking In Ida own neighbor hood Ills ton Willis father was born without any tttte for liquor and think be never touched a drop hut IVlllls It suffering from tire tins ot loll grandfather Willis II apparently a victim ot the passion that his grandfather Indulged In so boastlngly aol without any apparent rsunal harm Oh when will men learn the terrible truth that what they do or are will he repeated ome where tome time In the third or fourth genera thou eel If they dont tuffcr tome one will In the future U teenit to bevne of tin Inexorable law ot God Out whit have you done Mr Illaket Are you lure you lute acted In the best way Was there no other way for you to do but to leave my ton alone Whit Influent will you have now Did you plead with him at might or did you leave him In anger ouI I hit mother bad abandoned him after all n time lie IIM annoyrd ami Oltappolntrj and even Ignored me ami rny prayer For more than wnty limn wirn hue forgiven him on toy knee Ixfor Ood That Is bsiue am bl mother while you were only hit frimd llnr oJI u IoI hat a frUwl ought to do Li help m not M un JOel to you Irl1 in raiirr illon In whliti you et p1ml lit if ur her In heaven dealt with M too tevtrdv tow ftiany f 04 woyld ever com Into tl kingdom hot fear far Wlllla now Is lltat lie will kwn lantrr lie will become more aol more rn klcw an turke hit friend amung the fait sit than hereto fore Inn any way you tan will prrvriit thU pray tod you will do to do not know any other rtudent In relieve who ha any power over him hive tltotulil to writ the prsii4umi but know It bnntoiwd wild grnt load and hwllale If have said In this Utter thins tKould not pardon me You never ran know tbe heartache of a mother tot her flnthorn only pna The lerd LtIou and ivi you meows Vow friend Iantrox- Kdward reread this letter grit vs1y The lust part of It added to his IMIt accusation At one time tlmt same evening he was almost on the point of going over to see Willis nnd talk over matters hilt his pride and also his natural obstinacy In keeping nt a thing he hltlouel decided upon kept him back He answered time letter after n fashion amid said In It tlmt he would servo Willis In any way he could If opportunity offered All the time he was writing It he felt more or less like u hypocrite Was this friendship Hud he done all Ihutl1 friend could do 7 Time questions faced him repeatedly as be tried to go on with his college work anti were seldom out of his mind Along with It all was present that tinge of Jealously and bitterness to wanl Willis that dated their real be ginning from his talk with 1recda- So the wlntur tenn went rn rather unsatisfactorily for him He was dis contented from n number of causes and vas not 114l11l1Olll of till course what witliitlod a rent pride In keeping up IsIs rank In clnw how ever and In spite of Ids troubles he managed to retain Interest enough In his ngular work to ilo his best There was another matter also lint began to Interest him and for a time at least It drew his mind away from thought of Willis Ills iMiper route was III the heart of the city and took him Into stores bust of lawyers antI doctor timid IIWIIIIIJIIIII places that hu knew were was one place especially Oolii ut the top of an olllco block that very soon came to under stand was nothing more nor less than a professional gamblers resort Ion orally he simply opened the door and lluiivt till pniwr III without stopping He had too many stairs to climb anti too big a loud of imperil to stop lillY where on the route Hut occasionally as men were going In and out as he unite up to the ulcer Instead of throw ing time KiK r dowu Inside where they would step on It he jMilkfd In aud put the taiMr on a table nit proprietor of the plan one day asked him to do so every time as Pals customers cure Ifsiily klckml tilt paper on time lloor It It was thrown down timers So utter awhile as Kdward fell Into the habit of entering tIme room regu lady he gradually came to understand just what was going on there There was an ordinance In Itaynor tlmt win ter against gambling devices but It appeared to be a dead letter anti there was hardly a pretext of secrecy about the matter of running the machines nnd the tables In this particular place the violation of the law was open nnd bold Crowds of young uncut thronged It every night One evening when the patKT was delayed by an nc cldent and the carriers were all two hours lute Kdwanl noticed wlien he went In several college men from the fast set and among them Willis who was trying one of the new machines recently set up In time establishment It was this sight of Willis In this place that really started Kdward to think about the Iniquity of the whole business We have spoken of his wholesome horror of tIme vlqcs of gambling and betting This horror was Inlxirn In him With nil hits faults of self righteousness his flrm love of truth and fairness gave him a nil feeling of Indignation toward such a vice as gambling and time sight Stoic your liwtlncss here you he until of Willis and the thought of what It meant to him gave him sober thoughts un the subject and he could not thrive them away Mrs Prestons prediction concerning Willis more rapid toll smote Kdward as he thought of nil ho owed Willis for the paper route antI mutiny other old time kindnesses This feeling grew on him until he could not resist the growing conviction hunt he ought to do something Hut he slid not know just what to do and dually lu his perplexity he went to President lioyce and told him about the ntTnlr lime president listened with growing seriousness I land no Idea that mntters were so hail In Kaynor How many of these gamlillng places tire there on tho streetI know sir Williams who carries a route on tilt other side told We the other day that there were two big places In time west block I know of three smaller places at the end of my route down by the river Ilijw many of the students did you see In this one place I think eight or ten In gull Of course I didnt stay long enough to notice much limit there wero nt least that many You sny that Mr Preston was among them T Yes sir said Kdward with some reluctance Preston hint been going down faster than ever lately love hnd to have him In hers twice within the last two weeks and warn him I fear ho Is In a very hall way Im sorry for his mother Of course know you have left him Are you sure that win a right step No stir not altogether replied Kd ward lu n low voice Well my boy we will not discuss that now Tho question Is what to do about these gambling dens In Itaynor They must be stopped It possible The president was silent a moment Then he spoke abruptly tie you willing to testify against the place Hlnke 111I1IuIIII1IIlIrll confronted time situation and understood what It plight menu In the tint place It would mean an enemy on the part of the proprietor Then rose In Isis mind the question of spying He entered the place unchal longed because ho was on the paper route If now hit used tlmt advantage to bring testimony against It the fact when It cume out In court would mean the lotus not only of that one customer for his jMiiKr hut probably of several other keepers of disreputable places He would the whole crowd of lawbreakers down on him and It would dnmagu IsIs prospects seriously lImit oil till other hand here was a real moral danger These men wIre enemies of society Had he no duties ns a citizen toward society Was ho to plead as an excuse for noninter ference the prolxihlc loss that would come to him It he testified against the wrong Was not this just what the average cltlncn was constantly doing He knew well enough that the real owners of this block where the gam bling was going on were till members of the business llrm on tIme ground hour They wero men who passed as respectable citizens In Itaynor be cause of their wealth anti social stand Ing and yet they took the rent from these gamblers and knew what was going on and nil for time sake of the money that was III It Kdwanl was not too young to know nut understand these facts fluid lu his henrt he lint long had u contempt for these real owners of the building who while walking about like good citizens were lu reality accomplices and de served stern punishment for their own lawlessness slime to their love of gain The president was wntchlng him closely and knew exactly what was IKisnIni In lila mind When Kdward looked up he was strengthened lu his final resolve by time look on the presi dents face Yes sir Im willing to testify lu the ease lit replied Are you Thou I will go with you said the president quietly You go with me exclaimed Edward slowly Yes Why 1I0t Are these young men In peril not my young men Is It not the duty of the citizen to do his part lu the republic In times of peace and lawlessness as well as lu times of physical war What I have asked you to do Is nothing more than what tile law expects every good citizen to do According to till ordinance If I remember It rightly nil that the law requires Is that au eyewitness of the gambling testify to the use of the gambling device I know enough about the condition of local politics In Itaynor to feel convinced that appeals to the authorities will do very little good Preaching and praying and jteachlng Imve got to be supplemented with some kind of action tlmt time pee pie of Ilaynor will respect We need nu old fashioned revival of righteous ness In Itaynor Edward listened In astonishment and yet lila admiration for the presi dent Increased as he went on lIe hnd a respect for that kind of courage anti began to think less of his own possible losses nnd more of time probable amount of criticism that the president would suffer for such n course When do you think we had better go Hlake j time president naked after a short silence One time Is as good as another said Kdwanl Say this evening then Ill start with you from the newspaper olllce- Kdward Hlnke will never forget that little experience with President Itoyce that evening When time tIme came they went up the stairs and entered the room together It was as usual pretty well tilled although there was a much larger crowd present Inter In time evening Their entrance provoked no especial notice at tlrst Several boys and young men were nt tIme tables aud a number were trying till new device that Kd wnrd baud seen Willis try So they bath time enough to take note of details anti had started to go out again when the proprietor of the place who had seen the president when he came In rose anti went over to the door State your business here you he said planting himself In front of the president State yours sir first replied time pnsldent standing up with an athletic strength that made time innii recoil The president and Kdwnnl walked to gether to the door and time man backed away from It Time crowd In the room nearest them haul turnout to see what wns going on but before nnythlng elso was said the proprietor haul turned back Time president aud Kdward went out nnd down tIme flairs unmolested They at once went to time authorities and swore out n complaint under tho ordinance nUll that evening tho place was raided by the pollre who arrested the proprietor lu tho very act of re jnovlng lila apparatus having a sus picion of what was coming To relate briefly the results of nil this suction on tue presidents timid Kdwards hart aft er many delays of till law and mueli technical skirmishing on tilL part ot tin attorneys for the acctwpd till pro prietor was convleted and sentenced The conviction frightened nil time other gamblers In Itaynor and closed every dcu III time city for a time at least The owner of time building was also guilty under time ordlnnnce but nu nt tcmpt to convIct him failed owing to his social Influence and the use of his means nnd nothing ever came of the attempt And yet It Is said that thin poor man us well as the rich man lots equal Justice shown him III our courts hoes any one lu America today dart deny tlmt wealth anti social position have It In their power to defeat justice lu our courts If they do not Inure that power how does It happen that so often wealthy offenders escape tin penalty of the law tiny have violated TO BE CONTINUED A MIUA1IIK MKDICIMO For Cough snul Cold In Children I have not the slightest hesitancy in recommending Chamberlains Cough Remedy to all who aro suffer ing from coughs or colds says Chas- M Cramer Esq a well known watch maker of Colombo Ceylon It has been some two years since the City Dispensary First called my attention to this valuable medicine and I havo repeatedly used it nnd it has always been beneficial It has cured mo quickly of all chest colds It is es pecially effective for children and aol dom takes more than one bottle to cure them of hoarseness I have persuaded I many to try this valuable med icine and they aro all as well pleased as myself over tho results For sale by S E WELCH JR Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Ienoni who board themselves can spend si much or little M they choose oil livIng expenses It pays to have a little extra moDcj forlvcl urea book and otherthing But the necessary expense are only ax follow To pay the Seat day HALL HALL School Incidental Fee 60 W 80 Ex i Hospital Fee 2peiuc etc about 2 00 2 tIl f General 00 00 Room etc 200 2lllOVCjtable Fuel 2 80 3 00 Rent of Laundry 80 FlaiL Months Board 5 00 5 00 LivIng 7 i termpence 60 BeginnIng 2d Mo Board 5 00 00 Beginning 3d Mo Hoard S 00 00 2875 247s I Ocnl Deposit returned 00 00 Total Expense 13 Wrpkft 87175 37 For those below A Grammar deduct the t2 for book sad II from Incidental lee making the total only S2475 When four girls room together each saves f on room and tt or more on fuel making the total only 2I75 If classed below A Grammar Fuel Is 50 cents more In Winter and 50 cents lesa In Spring term Two rooms for housekeeping with store etc can usually be rented for from SIlo tt a term The price pt a big calf a little tanbark or few homespun bedcoven will given term of ichool which will change one whole life fur the better Sliuditvr At HU 1ast III recall now with horror says Mail Carrier Burnett Mann of L van na 0umy three years of suffering from Kidney trouble I was hardly ever free from dull inches or acute pains in tny back To stoop or lift mail sacks made mo groan I felt tired worn out about ready to give up when I began to use Electric Bitters but six bottles completely cured me and made mo feel like a new man Theyre unrivaled to regulate Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels per feet satisfaction guaranteed by all drugstores Three Years in RichmondAnd sols of teeth that have been made at my alice if there is one set or any sets that show any defects I will make a new set free We are making the best set of tooth in the world for 750 aud if defects show in ire years we give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth have made or am going to make the best alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in tho Hobsor Buildiug noxt door to Gov emInent Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students Try Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets tIme best physic For sale by S E WELCH Jn CITIZENFA IAiranti n dead mans good in tenItions nro equally worthless widow and her orphan chil Take out a policy NOW while you cannithThe Mutual Life Insurance Company of Kentucky M and oIoIIIloloI provide something SUB STANTIAL for your widow and orphans The Now Perfection Policy incontestable from date of jSSUeis tho best life insur anco proposition in the field HAS I1KFCK llUtrld MannEer Itlclimonil Ky W U rOUT Kit UUtrlct Agent Itrren Hanking Coinimuj- llerru Kjr t BUY THE E SEWING MACHINE Do not be deceived by those who nd ertlso a fGQOO Sewing Machine for 2000 This kind of a cau be bought from us or any of our dealers from 1500 to f1800- WC MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST The Feed determines the strength oi weakness of Double Feed combined with other strong points makes the New Home tho best Sewing Machine to buy W dlncrijTmanuCicturoand prices before purcbailng THE NEW HOMe SEWING MACHINE 60 CHANGE MASS Union Sq N Y Chicago lit Atlanta aa St LouIsMo DallasTex Ban Francisco Oi FOR BALI BY SISCO CO HIclioIiSTille Ky THE MARKETS Al BT A Q NORMAN A CO CINCINNATI Apr s CATTLECommon 4265 8990 Butchers425 685 Shippers635 61- 0CALMSChoico600 650 Large Common400 51- Hooa Common575 675 Fair good light615 6E Packing680 690 SHEEP Good to choice 425 M 600 Common to fair 275 e 460 LAMBS Good to choice650 685 Common to fair500 641 WHEAT No 2 Red 78C 781 joHNNo2 mixed New 62J 63 OATsNo L 46 47 RYENo 2 63 64 FLOOR Winter patent 365 400 II lancy310 86 Family290 32 MILL FEED 1750 185 HAT No 1 Timothy 1250 130 No2 1100 1125 No 1 Clover 950 97E No2 800 1 95 POULTRY Fryers lb 12 Heavy liens 10 Roosters 6 Turkey hens 12 Toms Turkeys 9 Ducks 11 Eoas Fresh near by 14 Goose 86 HloissWetsadtod1 7 No 1 dry salt 10 Bull 61 Sheep skins ro TALLOW Prime city 6J 6J Country 5J 6 WOOL Unwashed 81WaRhedTub washed 22 23 FEATHERS Geese now nearly white 44 to average 38 42 Duckcolored to white 28 85 Chicken whjto no quills 18 Turkey body dry 12 lk It Slued nil Lf P A Danforth of LaGrango Ga Buffered for six months with a fright ful running sore on his leg but that Bucklons Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles its the best salve in tho world Cure guaranteed Only 25c Sold by all drugRtores e l i rtI LOCAL AND PERSONAL n N NNMeredith Gabbard wont to Owslo county Friday Dont miss the Glee Club Concer next Tuesday night G Bales came in on Satutda ID Winchester W Chauey came in on thu Southbound Saturday- A large male chorus will sing at th Glee Club concert Tuesday night The Glee Club boys report good times at Lancaster last Friday night Rev W D Smith wont to Bybeo town Saturday to preach that nigh and Sunday Prof A S Hill has been electee Business Manager of tho Berea College Gleo Club Richard T Collins and Alexande White of Richmond visited J C Burnam latter part of last week- J L Rawlings a prosperous merchant of Burning Springs passed through town Monday Edwin son of John Tatum win has been suffering from severe brain fever is improving nicely Dr Pettus visited his mother at Crab Orchard Sunday We are sorry to report that ho came home sick The swellest lino of Hats Neck- wear Underwear Collars and CulTs at Rice S Arnolds Richmond Ky Tho College Brick and Tilo Worki are to bo located in a field near Ruck ers Knob out Walnut Meadow pike wayA visitor to Boron last week asket Turn CITIZEN roan Does your town councilrent its principal street for a log and lumber yard t Mrs J A Oreenough of Westfiold Mass who is well known to some of our citizens writes Mr Greouougl and I read your paper anti enjoy it R W Smith of Irvine representa livefor tho Gates Shue Co of Cincinnati was around among our nior chants Friday and Saturday The W C T U will meet at the homo of Mrs Dr Burgess on Tues day April 15 at230 p m Sunday amusements and excursions will IK the subject for consideration- It would be difficult to find a town with dirtier streets than Berea Ba nana peel paper scraps trimmings ol cabbage heads and store sweepings are much in evidence If TilE CITIZEN should publish all the kind appreciative letters it has received sinco Jau11902 they would take up nearly half the columns of out number of the paper A Trustee of Berea College writes to TilE CITIZEN inn personal letter You are making a good paper It is clean newsy and elovatipg You arc doing a noble work J D Clarkson former student at Borca now merchant at Sidoll called on THE CITIZEN and renewed Mr Clarkson had been to Louisville to stock up for the spring trade Last Thursday afternoon J Coylo formerly merchant hero fell on the sidewalk near his home sustaining a compound fracture of the ankle We aro glad to say he is getting on well In Magistrates Court last Thurs day tho attachment suit of Clift vs Warren was transferred to Bluo Lick district and the suit of Bicknell Early vs W A Todd and wife was transferred to Judge Gays court The Glee Club program Tuesday night will be of a popular naturo Vo cal instrumental and whistling solos of a high order in addition to the large number of selections rendered by the Club will be given The Glee Club sang to a very apt preciativo audience at Lancaster last Friday night The troup was accom panied by Mrs Hinman Misses Woods and Ruddock as soloists and Mrs Lodwick as accompanist Work has commenced on a parsonage for Second Church Tho house will be a nice commodious building Capt Thomas the lumberman of Ford has contributed in tho neighbor hood of SCOO towards the enterprise We havethe sole agency for Richmond and Madison county for Famous Queen Quality Shoes for Women PricesS300 Oxfords 250 A largo assortment of W L Douglas Shoes for Men at S2 50300 and 350 Al ways on hand RICE ARNOLD Richmond Ky Rev Dr A D Mayo of Washing ton D C a distinguished Apostle of Education is here this week and giv ing a series of popular addresses in 15tho Tabernacle Next Sunday night Dr Mayo will talk on How to Road the Bible Bo sure and hear this lecture Next week wo will give more extended notice of these lectures MNNNNNNNINNNININNNIN t j CORRESPONDENCE l i SNN1N111NNNNINN1N NNNHNNN MADISON COUNTY PEYTONJ OWN RorCloy Miller wont to Flatwood Sunday to assist Rev nn Mundnj Rev T II Bronddus of Richmoni will preach at our church next Sun day morning at 111 Visiting preach ors from the Mt Pleasant district will bo present and assist in tho services There was a largo attendance at Sundayschool last Sunday J1B and Miss N V1 Miller of Richmond were present and addressed tho school Rev S M Watts filled his appointment hero last Sunday Mi R1 Simms of Richmond visited C Burnam Jr Sunday COLLEGE HILL Mr Harry Crawford bought Mr A D Urandenberga hogs at 5J cents A J Willoughby sold his hogs to J W Tato of Moberly at 51 cents John Chambers tolll his family hors Buckskin to Wm Martin forSSG Younger Norris has moved to Col lego Hill having recently bought a house heroWm Martin has pneu monial Grinstead will raise a crop on his mothers farm Tultou Wil loughby has been in Estill count buying hogs Charlie Mitchell isjus getting over tho grippoMiss Hutlii McKiunoy is teaching a select schoo at Cano Spring schoolhouso Mrs Ann Orinstead has recovered free her recent illness Hugh Duncan ant wifo visited John Chambers last Sun dayCarl Willoughby has move near the mouth of Red riverJ U Adams and wife of Waco visited n l ativos Saturday and Sunday OWSLEY COUNTY FLOYD The rain of March US caused big waters on creek and river The South Forkwas full from hill to hill carrying everything before itAbuer Bake lost 2JO ties by the overflow A lot of timber was lost at the mouth or Cow Creek Robt Peters and faniilj have moved to Island CityMrs B Baker was hero last week ou business THE CITIZEN is the beat newspaper that conies to this oiiico BUCK CREEK Judge S Isaacs who has boot down with rheumatism for the pits three months is slowly improving Henry Veuable lato of London was here SundayJ B Isaacs has his blacksmithjBhop in full blostPlun- kil Holcomb has returned from Beat tyvillo where he has been working in tho coal mines Miss Alice Treadwaj has returned front London where shi has been in school the past winter OJivor Bond who has not walked a step for five years bears his afllictiot patientlyT B Venoblo tho firm of Isaacs Veuablo will leave for Lou isville Sunday to purchase goods II C Hall and wife of Ncc more visited relatives at this place Sunday Alex Mclutiro went to Sturgeon Sunday Wado Murphy while saw ing rail timber for J T Mauions Sat urday was run ovoi lly a log 30 feet long and 2 ft in diameter breaking his right arm near the shoulder nod right leg above the knee Hurrah foi THE CITIZEN and its many readers GABBARD The South Fork river was fuller than for sovertd years and many people lost their logs and ties Your correspondent and Elmer Gabtfard iveroon Cow Crook WednesdayA Eversolo of Cow Creek was at this place last Tuesday F Bolin had a working last TuesdayBill Callahan and George Richardson are hauling logsRev Lewis Caudell has moved Lo this placo from Meadow Creek Taylor P Gabbard of Evorsole was hero Wednesday of last weokWe sro glad to see our Floyd readers writing to TUB CITIZEN Let us hoar From all our old correspondents es pecially Evorsole and Boouovillo JACKSON COUNTY KERBY KNOB Wm Jones has a new organ Tho Sundayschool at this placo has a good attendance Chas Jones having received a wound on tho hand returned homo from Ohio Saturday Sirs Wm Sparks mother Mrs Lakes is visiting heroMr Livin rood of Cincinnati is overseeing tho itave works at the head of Owsloy fork The Stnvo Company has a lively business thereWm Hatfield was here on business last week Miss R Powell was tho guest of the Misses Hut elds Sunday and Miss L Etta tlorboy a guest of Miss Lydia Wile liamsJas Williams brought his amily front Boron and occupies the armor residence of Jas R Click There will be a district Suntiayschool convention at tho Baptist church at this place April 20 MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Tho members of tho M Echurch are rejoicing over tho return of the pastor Rev H N TalbottTho ro mains of Andrew Motlitt wore brought from Clifton Forgo Va and intorrct in tho Mavsvillo cemetery Rov G W Hampton preached at tho Bethe church Sunday morning anti evening All tho county teachers nro request ed to moot at tho High School Saturday morning Little Sylvester lionI of Mrs J1 Jackson cejebnited fourth anniversary of his ago a largo number of children wero munch happy by the occasion Quito a huge delegation from this citynttcndcd tho- M E conference in Cincinnati Lot all the children remember that on tin tenth of May the primary dopnrltneu of the Fifth street High School will celebrate Doll Day Tho child to whom tho nicest dressed doll belongs will receive a prize Let tho children have their dolls ready to enter tin fnmIilynear future OUR COUNTY NEWS MoutlaY1Thorasps 27 equity appearances and tlOI criminal cases The April Term of tho Fedora Court for this district will convene it Richmond Monday April 28 Tin docket is Mr lightIcial judge of the Circuit Court now in session on account of tho absence ol Judge Scott through illueii It is reported that Mr May Collini living near Richmond killed on last Saturday on tho Huniu troy farm a grey englo measuring G r1 0 in fron tip to tip of wings h PRIZES FOR HOMEDYED YARNS To revive tho art of HOME wool and cotton Beien 1IY11III offer a list of prizes for cotton chain and wool yarn in yellow green red black brown anti indigc blue Tho dye must Ira homomade and not commercial dyes Watch tin noxt issue of TILE CITIZEN for the list of IrizesIT REPAIR THAT LOOM Boron College has secured a markol for homespun anti tiurntfwovim goods such as bed coverlids linen dress Ii linsoy jeans blankets etc at follow lag prices Coverlids t4 to G Linen 10 to ro cents a yard Dross Linsoy 50 cents a yard Jeans GO cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or hark dyes 3a pair White linsoy and white blanket are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 21 yards 00 Inches long All dyes used must bo old fashioned homemado dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Boron College should find out what tho College wants before beginning to weave 01 perrson or Miss Josephine A Robinson Berea College Berea KyI FOR SALE A Fine opening for a Liye Sawmill Man One twenty 20 horso Lane fc Bod ley double sawmill engine and outfit in excellent condition anti practically new with edger and cutoff saws com pleto The capacity of the mill is from 8000 to 15000 feet a day Tho mill is on Clear Creek Rockcaotla county and is sot to a fine body o timber of 300000 to 500000 feet Reason for wishing to sell is poor health of tho owners For price and terns apply to II BLAZER d CO- Conway Ky A Fine Property FOR SALE A Storehouse 20 ft by 50 ft with two rooms 20 ft by 25 ft above with 3 room cottage adjoining on a lot Fronting on Chestnut street and next to Bicknell R Early store lot The lot is 100 feet wide running back to the street north For prices and terms apply to J L 3AY Boron or B F GAY Lowell Ky b a e- r THE BEST STORY BLACK ROCK BY RALPH CONNOR will commence in ITHE CITIZEN I about May 15 1902 I Do not miss this treat T o b e sure and be in time- SUBSCRIBE NOW L end ou isville st L H indorson 1 outs RallI IHomeseekers ExcursionsA- T LOW RATESaorI TO T- utuWEST Tickets on Sixle First and Third Tuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 Also Low Colonist Ono Way Rates to the Northwest and California Points XN XXV X For Further information Addr GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trv 1as Agent Cenl Paii Ant LOUISVILLE KY The Berea Postoffice has a now postmaster every week but you can always Find our prices one way CLAIMfto have tho cheapest drugstore on earths fill proscriptions anti have tho stuff to Fill thorn with YOU CAN FIND every department full and oven when a person intends buy ing elsewhere ho cannot help but ask I wonder if thief is as- P cheap an vou can buy it at wEZCHS