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REV JOHN DODWELL Mgr Weekly With StrpiiB HUIT ur Killtori wad calf to the rim niletita of FcIT1zL3rT1InteoetafMtrrtt at the PotloJUn at Worn Ay arnad SCHOOL ctnu maUmatltr A YEAR IIVOL III A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 17 1902 Fifty cents a year NO mi11IDEAS uln the morning Row thy Reed in Iho evening withhold not thy hand lilts cheaper to buy vegetables than to raise cm Thata zephyr A well managed garden M feet eiiunru III worth 100 u year to nny family Onion acts are becoming moro coolly Tho sprouts help to fill tho measure SooT Now wire In BO chonp there is no excuse for you if tho chickens and pigs devour your garden truck Turnip green RoM Saturday at UO yenta n peck and you caHjaua idem at homo for n nickel n bushel Sow spring turnips und whit tmioturd if you want nice salnd +TAKE NOTICE ThomidwiwkflorvicoftofthoChtirch of Boron are hold Tliurmlny night at 71U in Room Lincoln Hall Rev W A Kiseuhart of the North tint Irrabytorian Church Rmhuiond will prench nt lime Tabernacle Sunday morning and will conduct tho chap ul exercise nt night FROM THE WIDE WORLD Franco Is iu lime throes fn political campaign The cosoof tho war in South Africa stoma to bent hand Tho pow Government of Culm to Ixi inaugurated on Mays President elect Ialma will Ira inducted into of flee anti tho withdrawal of American troops willlXgin Them is n measure boforo tho French Parliament to cut a whip canal across Southwentern Franco from Arcaclion on tho Atlantic to Narbon no on tho Mediterranean It will bo JSO mile long und cost K000000 IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Congress has voted a Jension to Mm McKinley of r 00 n year Rev T Do Witt Talmngo diedat 8 oclock Saturday night at his homo WoHhington D 0 Tho Mansaahufietls Legislature linn licensed cats BO tho cats hare be come tho social equal of tho dogs Memlxtrs of organized labor in ta Hartford Conn last wok olectod Ig 1 nntius A Sullivan a clothing clerk mayor of tho city A stool combine withn capital of FOOOOOOUO with Henry C Frick of Homostend fame nt tho head was formed this week Tho sunken lands in S E Missouri and N E Arkansas caused by tho earthquake of 1811 are supposed to bo underlaid with oil In tho month of March them wore 01418 piers of misdirectedmail loft lathe Cincinnati Post ollico nntl the letter boxes of triO city There are 22rIoJtlti259 In circuln thsji among SWWOOO population in tho United States or 28 05 for each man lomllllRlltIchild There is n deadly famine in tho drouth stricken regions of Southern Texas Many persons have Mtnrvod to death Stock has nearly all per ished It is estimated that thoro am in the United States RGBIXJ tramps a gain in 30 years oI235111tr cent threo ant four fftbK timoR that of tho popula tion Those men cost the country at least 11CCO a year oral reduce nothing U COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Dr B D Cox was assassinated on the atreclsof Jackson urontliill county between 8 and 9 oclock Monday night Nocluo found ind no motive known The j ost0llico nt Irvine Estill county was broken into last Wednes day night The iron safe was blown n open nud a largo quantity of stumps and money taro stolon Judge Settle of Bowling Green was called from church moat Sunday to hoar tho verdict convicting J L y Rono of manslaughter for killiuc C r V Savory Bono gotA 21 years in prison revenue laws for tho State In 2crenaoof tax for selling playing cards t a year increase of tax for still ing pistols toIOO j increase of tax for selling bowio knives to 100 increase of tnx to pawnbrokers to 500 license to retail cigarettes 10 license on oil a depots 10 license cm oij wugou S5 ARE WE A CHRISTIAN NATION The rumor that Scions of Royalty have nnd will be invited to attend tbo opening of tho now Chamber of Commerce in Now York iu the near future revives tho memory of func times all over tho United States on the occasion of tho recent visit of Priuco Henry of Germany nnd tho chrstou ing of the Gorman Emperors yacht Meteor by Miss Alice Roosevelt daughter of President Roosevelt of the United States and also raises in time mind of tho writer tho question star WB CHRISTIAN NATION Tho question is too important to bo answered lightly so wo will pro pent a few facts for consideration and leave tin renders to decide for them solves Fact I To christen means to make a Christian Tho baptism of an in font or nn adult among churches boo liovfog in baptismal regeneration came tp be known a clirttlenlny or making Christian of nud giving a nnmo to the candidate by baptism Fact 2 Time rnval nations of pagan antiquity consecrated their ships to particular deities and tho naming of time vessel was accompanied by a sncriffc and libation of blood and often that of human beings line used for tho purpose Now red wine la used ns n concession to tho religion of peace Rend 2 Cornthians fm1017 Fact 3 Tho formal entertainment of tho German Prince cost tho twenty clues where ho hnlted in his rapid transit inspection of our great coun try tJbl7itJ This money wis spoilt in lavish decoration and sumptuous feasting and expended upon persons who have never known how to ap preciate fullnoss because of fasting Rend Luke 111211 Fact 4 During time wholo itinerary of time Royal Guest ho was not intro duce to sly of our religious enterprise in operation for tho salvation of the world neither was ho tho guest of any of our grand educational insti tutions ttissaid that a university nppcitdod three initial letters L L D to Ids unine now altogether too long for use to do him honor So far as the public has learned MAMMON and not CHRIST was host and right royally did ho acquit himself If any move WAS condo by thooflicmrios of any ono of time great ecclesiastical bodies of our Christian Nation to show Princo hoary of Germany what tho Chris tiara Church tho foundation smith bul wark of his country and of our own is doing for tho advancement of tho world the newspapers which can never be accused of reticence have been and ore profoundly silent about it Aro we Christian or tcommercialD n PUBLIC NOTICE On April 10 1902 at a regular meeting of tho board of trustees of the towtt of Boron Ky tho following ordinance was offered and passel its first rending If it passes at tho next regular meeting of tho board it will at once become lawORDINANCE The Trustees of tho Town of Berea Ky do ordain as follows That any person riding n bicycle ou allY of tho sidewalks of Ueroa Ky shall bo fined not lass than one dollar and not mON than ten dollars for each offence This takes effect at its passage E L Ronixsox Town Clerk April 121102- V SPECIAL NOTICE Every person who has friends in terred iu tho Beren cemetery nnd nil others interested in tho welfare of our town are earnestly asked to meet at tho Cemetery on Saturday April 20 to assist in cleaning up tho ground fill jug up rneB planting shrubbery amid maklllg time City of tiro Dead neat old presentable for Dotoration Day Keep tho dole in titled old innko your arrangements BO you can como nnd help A Fine Property FOR SALE- A Storehouse 20 ft by 60 ft with two rooms 20 ft by 25 ft above with ttroom cottage adjoining on a lot fronting on Chestnut street and next to Bicknoll it Early store lot Tho lot is 100 feet wide running back to tho street north For prices and terms apply to J L GAY Berea or BF GAY Lowoll Ky sO2 f W BEREA COLLEGE GLEE CLUB Certainly Boron College can con gratulate herself on her Glee Club and most certainly Prot Win Lod wick deserves much commendation for tho thorough nnd careful work ire has done in training thou Club to tin standard shown at tho concert Tues day night in tho Tabernacle Wo do not hesitate fo say that such n per formance as we wero favored with Tuesday night given by a Glee Club front some city at n distance would nail forth largo patronage nnd almost extravagant praise The proverb that a prophet has no honor in his own country is generally true but in tho caso of the Berea Glee Club an exception appears if time hearty ap plause and nfteroxprossions of the audience on Tuesday night can ho taken as a criterion The concert was good It would difficult to determine which number of tho ox col lent program presented fiectnd tho most favor but One Sweetly Solemn Thought by JoI1Ul ren dered by tho twelve male voices of tho Club was especially enjoyed by everyone The applause accorded this song was subdued but genuine and its effect on tho audience was truly good Comrades in Arms Adam by a chorus of some thirty male voices stirred all hearts and Dried Apple Pie will most likely ratio some effect on tho sale of dried apples or at least call for ci refill in spection of the fruit by the prudent housekeeper Tho instrumental part of tho performance was much appre ciated Last but greatest A glee club and chorus of somo fotty well trained members and all of thorn of high type of Christian character un der tho direction of a thoroughly competent Christian gentleman is not often met with in even Christian America but that is what Berea Col lego Glee Club is with its director Ror Win Lodwiek and its business manager Professor A S Hill Wo hopo for at least two moro con carts by time Beren College Glob Club before vacation PRIZES FOR HOMEDYED YARNS To revive tho art of HOME UYEIXU wool and cotton Berea College is of faring a list of prizes for homedyed cotton chain and wool yarn In yellow green red black brown anti Indigo blue as follows For one cut 100 threads cotton chain or 25 threads wool yarn coarse enough for coverlid weaving andspun on hand wheel lilt IKIZK 2YG faith Indigo Blue dark 2 00 SI 00 medium 2 00 100 II light 2 00 100 Yellow 100 W Light Green 00 50 Brown 100 CO Tho dyes must bo homo made and not commercial dyes and the receipt used in dyeing must be given iu writing with each color Tho College reserves the right to givo second clasa prizes of any color whore no firstclass dyeing is offered Prizes will bo awarded nt the Homespun Fnir on Commencement Day Juno 4 1102 MISS JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON Berea Ky ANNOUNCEMENT Wo nro authorized to announce Goo D White of Richmond ns candi date for Circuit Clork of Madison county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce Roy 0 White ns candidate for Circuit CourtClork in Madison county sub ject to tho action of time Democratic PartyIIqItnicK Foe SALE About 250000 ftrt t class brick very Kurd Will sell all or part to suit purchaser Tho brick may bo seen 011 my form near Whites Station Address or call on Quo D White Richmond Ky or see man on the farm All tel on Trzwa throat is Texas Her vast cotton crops and marvelous oil discoveries amaze the world Now follows the startling statement of time wonderful work at Cisco Tex of Dr Kings Mssvilecontractel writes Editor J JEnger which calms ed n most obstinate cough mud finally resulted in profuse hemorrhages but she has been completely cured Dr Kings Now Discovery Its positively guaranteed for Coughs Colds and all Throat amid Lung troubles floe and SlOO Trial bottles free at nil drugstores w1j f Dont Use- Spectaci es Unless you need them mud if you use them bo sure they fit your need I will give thorough examination with tho above instrument roan OF CHAitan which always indicates tho correct glasses to use II you dont need glasses I will tell you so T A Robinson I9ptician and Jeweler Main St Berea Kly ESTABLISHED 1863 IMADISON WORKS Tread stones urns monu meats and mnrblo and gran ito work of all kinds friesgoverned by quality of ma terial Prices reasonable Only firstclass work done All work guaranteed J T Hamilton Prop RICHMOND Ky MUK STHKHT Opposite Hlanton Coal Yard 2OS GO YEARS EXPERIENCETnscc In- Corrt stone ire AC Anronft MI itttrf a tkri rl 111 r IInne4- nlrklr a tali tad we n r vw u InrePu ihii ij rr punk UcHKMriilrr itr Inliuaunt ti earn tj In lhrUi li rnvlli nifUA wiihwl trmivo Sctotftfic Jftscrtcmi i hen 11111 wnld IjirtMt fir cnlKlMl d HiT r Tern fl ear hatr nnlWtm sogLa renleatt- r YoIlranrp FOR HANDMADE FANCY WOODWORK in hats sunbonnets fancy baskets of all descriptions napkin rings in allcolors Send your orders to MISSES M AND L CARTER BEHEA KENTUCKY Prlcvi very reasonable and all work This will save your Life By inducing you to use Dr Kings New Discovery For Consumption Coughs and Colds The only Guaranteed Cure NO Cure WO Pay Your Druggist will warrant it- ABSOLUTELY CURES BronchitiltWhooping Affection of the Throat and Lungs TRIAL BOTTLES FREE Regular Siso SO rents and 10ft Old Soldier Kiprrlenc 11 M Austin a civil war veteran of Winchester Ind writes Jly wife was sick a long time in spite of good doctors treatment but was wholly cured by Dr Kinps Now Life Pills which worked wonders for her health They always do Try them Only 25c at all drugstores Students Attention f Want to save moneyfWell hero is tho way to do it Trade with us and keepther t rebate checks we issue with cash nod weItt rijrOne a i any kind merchandise free for time return of twenty dollars in checks Checks transferable and no limit iu time for collectioniVnot onlytsave you five perceut extrabut our assortment of CLOTHING SHOES HATS and FURNISHINGS equals any in Central Kentucky at prices not excelled in any market Covington Banks RICHMOND t KENTUCKY 0 OUR SPRING STOCKt completeOurmanship For the farm work our Collars Names Backhands Chains etc are lower in price than usual Come and see me r T J MOBERLY RICHMOND Successor to J T McCIiotock Main St Opposite Court DR M E JONES i Dentist 5 u MillineryStdre Office Days Thursday Friday and Saturday of each week Special Notice In Our Itraden This veer le on Ue pt the office of Tho ChI ngo Icier CHeaIl luGlltono tat Slouroe Street Cnlcttgo where our readers will be courteously qtrcle l who may taru to mil upon The inter On an for a tour of IUJroeton end klghtKclng through magnificent liulldliiu in which ran be found every mechanical and aden110e provement of the age In connection with the utcilt of a great new piipor It U a rare treat tlluuidbe Hats 1 f 1 1 KY House RICE ARNOLD RICHMOND KY s Shoes Hats Gents Furnish j oJI ings I 1 ngcntsinRichmond MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Meat Mar ket on Main Street Fresh Meats Dressed Poultry and Vegetables in Season M B RAMSEY Berea Ky Fair 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 CriendBJspring Styles for 1902 New Rockers Ladies Desks Couches Dining and Bedroom Furniture and many attractive articles to make the homo comfortable Picture Framing Carpets Matting Rugs UNDERTAKING A Night Day Phone Phone 7l6 JO S SPECIALTYI Hats For the boy for the lather for the girl for this nmother Spring Hats u Summer HaUl Seasonable Hats in straw crash anti other matprialBIfPrice 5 CENTS AND UP at Bicknell Earlys d un Douglas Crutcher have a fine line of Spring and Sumi mer Shoes They enjoy showing you their goods SEE THEIR LATEST t nJN OXFORDS aa i r NthNiiHNN 1N4m IC ITHECITIZEN Ii ROADS OF AMERICA rrojcrcm In the Building of Illfih way In thw Country The Influence of the mechanical steal on our civilization Is best excmplllte In the growth Bud Improvement of the country highways which In u country that stretches between two ocean tI1I1 Includes within Its boundary nearly all the climates and physical character tics of a mighty continent have been slowly evolved from the almost ladles tliiKiilsliahlo trail of the pioneer set tiers Into romls of high Anctilocrln skill and achievement says Gunton Magazine The American countr roads have lapped In the doveloi inert of the nations material growth mill cXlmn lol until within the past fiw cars With the exception ot the ItohlIOtroulH established In colonial dais when the stagecoae wasthe only vehicle for comfortable travel there were not more than two or three country highways of passAbl physical condition summer anti winter n score of years ago In the United StatesMilitary roads were the earliest In rx Istence In all countries and the protet tIe necessity of having different parts of the empire joined together by high- Ways over which an army could tie quickly moved Inspired most of the great engineering feats in roailbulld fug of the past This factor lad little or no Influence In American Induxtrln life Our boundaries did not abut those of powerful nations with whom we might at any time wage war con seqnently no thought of establishing lutes of fortifications connected by military highways ever entered time heads of our most warlike legislators or presidents Military roads were not features of our national development mind though potent factors In tile growth of iiuany European states they were almost nil In American history The modern roadbulldlng movement is attributed to the bicycle and automo bile but It must bet said that It was rntherlhe conditions of the times which were ripe for the change tha made the popularity of these mechanic al steeds Ilallroad construction hind almost reached Its limit important trunk lines were already paralleling each other so that they cut disastrously Into each others profits and the most Important parts of the country were joined together by the ribbons of steel Kallroad stocks were declining In value proms wore becoming reduced anti capital was chary of Investing In new enterprises of this character What the country needed was more feodrrs country roads leading from farms mines and producing lands KOI months In the year the great ogrlcul turat sections were shut oft from the railroads by almost Impassable country roads Mills and manufacturing plants pleated on streams or water that fur nlsh excellent motive power could not market their products In winter Tin logging Camps and the mining coin pa nlos were likewise helpless In winter Thus for a good portion of the year the country commerce was paralyzed and the producing centers were cut oft from the world SENATOR EARLES SCHEME How lie would Secure Good Iloml In ThU Country The unique figure in the good road world Is State Senator Earle of Dc troit He was at one time connected with tile department of good roads in qulrles nt Washington as an expert which olllco he was obliged to relln qulsh upon his election to the senate He has a scheme which if put Into practice would soon bring the mlllen ulal dawn of good roads says the Phil adclphla North American In explain lug his scheme he said First I would have the government make good road maps of each county in the United States showing all the public highways I would have bad roads printed in red fairly good ones In blue and the improved roads In black These would be published In pocket form and sold for G cents each at all ix stotncen This would In effect com pel every farmer to see to it that his road was Improved for he would soon see the advantage of having his farm located on one of the improved roads Second I would levy a tax of cents a year on every vehicle In the land This alone would yield an an nual revenue of several millions It would furnish all the funds necessary for the purpose The tax would be n trifle and would bo cheerfully paid by most people so long as It was to be looted to the betterment of highways The Value of Good Hood Good roads like good streets make habitation along them most desirable They economize time and force In transportation of products reduce wear and tear on horses harness and vehi cles and enhance the market value of real estate They raise time value of forum lands and farm products und tend to beautify the country through which they pass They facilitate rural mall delivery and are a potent aid to educa tion religion and sociability Charles Sumner once said The road and the schoolmaster are the two most Impor tat agents in advancing civilization Clan Street In Jnrli There has Just been opened to the public of Purls a new street paved with blocks made by a new glass proq eon Contrary to tho expectation of ninny it affords an excellent fuothold and promises to be without dust and not absorb waste By the process tho Inventor is enabled to use all kinds of glass debris Canadian Road In tho cities and towns throughout Canada asphalt and vitrified brick have been adopted as the standard pavements macadam on the leading counts vulgh vay s and gravel for the minor roads vj t 1 RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Grins Cleaned Front the Teaching of All Denomination The voice of God Is clear and strong though still and quiet Itev C Itrenl Episcopalian Boston sign of nn Ignoble Stlnil Slander whether of friend or foe Is the sign of an Ignoble mind Hov J I Quinn Catholic Iittsburg- Snlvnllon n GUI Salvation Is a gift It Is not merited nor given as a reward for worksitev Dr William J Holtzclaw Haptlst At lama Ileeper Social Smimlli The crying need of the hour Is n deeper social syhgnthyIlex Ilenrj Prank Church of the Higher Thought New YorkThe Time T o Short The time Is too short for bickerings too short for harsh words too short for dishonesty too short for anything but God nnd good and love and righteous ness llev Dr F W Guusaulus Chi cogo The Question of I tie Centurlm The question which he asked nine teen centuries ago Is still sounding 1n our ears Why call ye me Lord and do not the things which I 1It Rev Charles II Jefferson Presbyterian New York Tare Joy of Christianity Christianity brings the pure Joy ol worthy occupation Worthy work gives one of lifes greatest Incomes of happl ness Leisure tires and pleasure grpwi stale and Insipid Itev Dr Sims Mcth odlst Syracuse N Y Minion of the Church The Christian church In Its Inner life and nnture Is the sumac as that of Jesus Its mission In the world is the same as his to save the world through wisdom and power of loveltev A II Church Lnlversallst Akron O e Susceptible lo Influence We are all susceptible to external ln flncnces to Impressions mode upon our minds and hearts by forces working upon them from without what In scl entitle language we call our environ mentHe Dr Dewey Iteforuicd Hrobklyn SUOf leery fired Every point In the ever widening clr Ill of human wants and needs and In splratlons Is n place where a more per feet apprehension of the inexhaustible nnd satisfying sutllclcncy of God be comes possible Hcv Charles Watson Presbyterian St Louis The Joy of Glrlnu Love Is always manifested and measured by gifts Justice requites reason recompenses conscience commands and lure gives God so loved that he gave and man may so love that sir lag becomes his greatest joy Itev Bruce Brown Christian Denver Religion a ThinK of Activity Worship is the fragrance of religion but religion itself is the human will swung Into line with the divine will and our struggling hands and feet bat ting forward under time marching or ders of our Saviour lifv Dr W J McKlttrick rresbyterlur St Louis The Ooiiiel In Political Life- Time gospel of Christ is the true elevator Let the hearts and lives of men be molded by it and you will have a constituency from which you may choose olllcers who will be a credit and not a disgrace to the community Hcv Dr William B Wood Methodist Phil adelphiaThe Influence of Literature It you want your children to be sail ors bang pictures of ships on the walls If farmers get them interested In agricultural papers if electricians buy them the life of Edison If Chris Hans put healthful practical Chris tian literature before them Hev Dr C M Cobern Methodist Chicago Abase of Freedom of Iren Freedom of the press Is a splendid thing but not when It sows broadcast time dragons teeth of anarchy and discord not when It seeks to Instill ha tred Into Ignorant and undlscrimlnat lug minds not when it attempts to ar ray the poor against the rich or thin workman against his employer Rev St Clair Hester Episcopal Brooklyn The Heroism of Suffering The heroism of battle is not to be mentioned the same day with tho hero ism of suffering The supreme hero of history was Jesus Christ who was greatest riot In what he could achieve but in what ho could bear and who conquers the world not by what he is nude to do but by what he Is able to suffer Hev Dr Parkhurst Presbyte ulna New York Happy ClirUtlan Oh that we all may hOe that con secration In our lures that obedience to the Lord love for the Lord and for his Bcrvlco and work that wo may be Joyful glad servants and people might say What a happy Christian What a happy church that Isl That Is the kind of people I Want to associate withiter J Wesley Sullivan Bap tist Philadelphia Knowledge of the Creator The more woiidrous fair and lovely this world and its life grows to look to us the more they desire to know of him who Is its heart and life The science which has seemed to obliterate men from God Is really giving them a deeper thirst for hIm As we get closer to the facts as wo master more of tho truth we nro nyiro eager to see and know God Itec Pr John Coleman Adams Uulversalist Hartford Conn The Pint Drink The career of every Inebriate begins with but one drink Will you Incur the csponslblllty of being tho ono to proffer that drink The dreadful end of every Inebriate is surely hastened by one drinkinore Will you become the means of precipitating the Immedla ble catastrophe Heuiember that In every gloss there Is invisible ruin for the one to whom you give ItDr W Tallaterro Thompson Congregational tat Washington pJ THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON III SECOND QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES APRIL 20 Text at thin Inn Acts z n IIS Memory Verse 121 llnlilrn Test Acts x HI Ciimmrnlnr IrrpnrtM by Her n 11 Steams Copyright by American Press Asso elation St So Of a truth I perceive that dot Is no respecter of persons As In Gen I and and Roy xxl and xxII so throughout this whole niblo time story Is that of God working out ills eternal purpose Kph III II not with standing time opx sltlon of the devil and of sinful men controlled by the devil The special story of the lets Is that of the beginning of the gather lug out fiat the gentiles a ptfTple for Ills name iv 11 and thus work he gut In tho home of Cornelius iindei Peter as recorded In our lesson Al though the Lonl timid commanded before Ills ascension that the gospel lie preached to every creature and unto till uttermost part of the earth Marl xvl 15 Acts I S the reaching had up to this time been to the Jews oiilj xl and Peter hind to receive special vision to teach him that God was no rpx eoter of persons S63S Preaching peace by Jesus Christ These glad tidings1 were for Israel flrst Luke xxlv 47 Acts SI but In order that Israel might reach out to the gentiles which they were slow to do God rondo the sinless one to ho sin for us that we might In Him be made righteous before God II Cor v Jl Bud apart from Him there Is no righteousness no salvation however devout or prayerful n man may be Even Nlcodeuius had to be born from above In order to enter tho kIngdom of God and Peter had to bring to Cor ncllus time message by which he and hits house might be saved xl Ill for there Is no salvation apart froth the reception of Christ and faith In lib ntonlng blood Acts Iv 12 Lev xvll 11 33 We are witnesses A witness does not need to get up his little speech or make up anything He simply tells truthfully what hi knows and the redeemed of the Kuril arc continually 01 time witness stand proclaiming something concerning Je bus Christ If time rcdwned were true witnesses what a glurtous testimony would lk over going forth con cenilng Him who Is altogether lovely hot He commanded to preach unto the people and to entity that It Is lie which was ordalrml of God to be the Judge of quick and dead In all their preaching these witnesses fall not to declare that although the Jews killed Jesus God raised Him from the dead nUll showed Him open ly to chosen witnesses and now Peter declares as Iaul afterward does xII 11 that He is the God appointed Judge of all mankind 43 To Him give all the prophets wit news On the way to Emmaus as He talked with those two that resurrection day He expounded unto theta IH nil the Scriptures the things concerning 111m self and taught that all timings concern ing Him In the law the prophets nod the psalms must be fulfilled Luke xxlv 27 41 Time Spirit of Christ was In the prophets and the testimony of Jesus Is the spirit of prophecy I Pet 10 11 Her xix 10 nnd the uniform testimony of all In whom the Spirit speaks Is that tho first great essential is the forgiveness of sins and this can bo had only In Christ by Ills precious blood While Peter yet spako these words the Holy Ghost fell on all them which heard the word The message was not Peters mes sage but the Loris own message through Peter and Cornelius recognized it for he had said to Peter We are all here present Jcforo God to hear all things that ore cooimanded thee of Goo verse 33 AI the worth was spoken the Spirit wrought their opened hearts received Him of whom Peter in the power of time Spirit spoke and tho Spirit Himself came In power upon them at the same time 46 They heard them speak with tongues and magnify ODd It was as at Pentecost chapter II 4 except that there was no waiting for the Spirit having come as our Lord promised there Is no longer any need to wait but where the heart is open jnd the Lord truly received there maybe also the filling of tho Spirit While there Is no need to wait any definite time to bo filled with the Spirit there may be a need to wait because of the unreadiness of the believer to receive There came with Peter six Jewish jrethren from Joppa Acts xl 12 who although believers were astonished when they saw the Holy Spirit given tq these gentiles It Is to this day dull Milt for Konio believers to think that uiy people can he blessed outside of their so called churches but they need to learn that God Is no more a respecter of denominations than of persons 47 41 Us commanded them to bo bap lied In the name of the Lord Here Is something helpful for those who make baptism with water essential to the new birth for behold in this company in Cornelius house some shred and Spirit filled people who have not yet been baptized with water and are thus baptized after they have been saved and have received tho gift of tin holy Ghost On the other hand we have In Acts xlx 10 some disciples who having been baptized had not heard anything about the Holy Spirit so they wero baptized again and at the muds of Paul received the gift of time Holy Ghost and spake with tongues and prophesied I mention this to show that wo must make essential to salvation only that which God makes ssentlal viz receiving Christ John 12 I John v 1112 h IJIONE COW DAIRY Bolow you will fled n stntomou that is true in every part nUll oven within the wbolutntth Lust summer wo lived at Mr John Kirbys place on Center St Boron Mr Kirby very kindly furnished us a cow for her keep nUll raising tho call Wo kept n closo nccount of espousi of feed and an close as we could of income on limo cow from Juno 17 to July 22 inclusive an davs timid hero aro the figures Feed purchased Juno 17 July 22 1040 Dutter made saute period US Ibs Cottage Cheese made autumn period Ot j lbs CREAM for Icu Cream 1 quarts CASH RECEHTS For 23J Ibs Butler fi 20o SI0r 2h quarts Milk ff fio If fill Hw Cottage Cheese Iii lOo f 110 SU 10 ON HAND July 22 S Ibsi Extra line Butter Feed on hared front f 1010 outlay 2 bushels corn I bushels outs XMbs chop corn and onto 40 Ibs bran Ouoborse and n largo Hock of chicken s had been fwl from time foctl during time Hii inns The calf had been well eared for nslc Mr John lirhYIIUlI limn cow was in line conditiop In addition to her regular feed the cow wus tiirnet lout daily on the commons to graze Of course tho cow was n good out perhaps one eighth Jersey tho bnl nuce good cow On several dnJw weighed the butter from n dnyVi yiId of milk that is whoa wo kept none out for house use Iud it was novel less thins 20 ounces for time day besides feeding tho calf We nttributn our success among other things to regu lur feeding regular milking good care kind usagu told last but not least to churning cream not milk when it was ripo nnd sweet Tin churning was douo every morning urn in n halfgallon fruit jar churning twice Derides nil of the above our table was well supplied at all timeR with cream and butter wo do not use milk when cream is at hand m guests whom we wore privileged to entertain occasionally remarked This screed is not written with an intention to boast only just to show what you can do by patient Attention and generous euro of one of your most valuable friends tbo cow A fanner may faro bettor than u king H ho withJUIi Dooxveu Oral Advertlilng The latest plague to afflict Semi York city is the oral advertiser He has made his appoordnce on street cars and on ferryboats and usually advocates some remcdjr which will cure almost nay dUea c Passengers in nn uptown elevated train were rather startled by hear ing a man cry in a loud voice that niothcMinlaw are not cranky i they arc silk and in needthienbe cried out the merits of a well known remedy anti haul disappeared unto time next car before the passengers gained their breath olid composure itA neighbor ran in with n bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy whoa my son was suffering with severe crumps anti was given up as beyond hope by my reg ular physiCIan who stands high in his profession After administering three doses of Itmy sou regained consciousness and recovered entirely within twentyfour bourn says Mrs Mary Antler of Mt Cmwforri Vn This Remedy is for salo by S E WELCH JII We promptly obtain U and Foreign Uend model sketch or photo of Invention for Ireorcport on patentability For Irfe Wok how wlto pmtcnu sad I imUtlMHimo to llctterTlmn rllU The question has boon uskedUIn what way are Chamberlains Stomach C Liver Tablets superior to pills II Our answer is They are easier nud more pleasant to take more mild and gentle in effect and more reliable as they can always bo depondod upon Thou they cleanse nail invigorate the stomach and leave the bowels in u nat ural condition whilo pills are more harsh in effect and their Use is often followed by constipation For sale by S E WELCH Jn jloi1 I111i N N N N1 N1 1Nf ON N N N1 NN- 1kyTHE SCHOOLNNN- NN1NN1111NNN1N111N1N11111NN1NN OUR RURAL SCHOOLS Their Deplorable Condition and How This May bo Remedied 0f tho seven million children of Hcho llago in tho Southern States more than six million live in sparsely settled districts or in towns of less than 2000 inhabitants Rouen tho rural schools are of first importance and should receive first consideration Wo can sorer bo nn educated people until wo bare good rural schools mid thin country children attend thorn At present tho average length of the annual term of these schools is something less than ono hundred days Tho average number of days of schooling for each child of school ago is less than forty The averages for the entire country are fully fifty per cent more than these and for those of the most favored sections more that n hundred per vomit letter In ouo Southern State the nvorngi length of term of the schools is lUSH thou seventy days tho average at tendance of children of school ago is less than twenty five days Duly three hundred Bud fifty days of schooling to prepnro tho children of n people for life nod citizenship in n great democratic republic Compnrativulr few of tlicsn rural schools have any libraries or any book except n few text hooks used by the children Baring Ijoen given the Kwt r to rend the children should ht tnught what to real smut encouraged to cultivate the habit of rending good looks But this cannot be dune when the children immure no access to books either nt school or at hOllwISome of these schools arc tnught by most excellent touchers huh source of then aro taught by young men and wumon wh mss fduuntion was fin ished in time first or wound year of n country nondemy and still mom by teachers who Imo never hud any schooling except that furnishedat these mime public schools Most of these young men nud women do not wish to teach any longer thou mny be neeessiiry to make enough money 80nltllothnrlife of these teaehurs in not more than three years of one hundred days eachMost of these schools are taught in cheap uncomfortable houses with no adequate equipment mad with lit tie pretense to beauty or sanitation The Soutuis tio longer poor an it was in the decades immediately succeed iug the ravages of war Building material is abundant in every State and our men hMo strong nuns to fell trees prepare lumber and make brick We should begin at once to build decent and comfortable schoolhouses in flvory school district and equip thorn with time needful furni turo nud apparatus Thoso schoolhouses aro tho homes of our children 1weKEEP POLITICS OUT OF THE SCHOOLS No good citizen who takes tho time to think whist ho is about and who fans u monitor In his own conscience could possibly ho guilty of using tho public schools of n state or city to further his own selfish pernonnl or iwliticnl interests says the Knoxville Journal suit Tribune As will think of profaning tho holy sanctuary by preaching politics front the HOCrllI pulpit as to think of converting the publio schools of community into a political mnchino for the advancement of the Holllsh nnd porsount Interests of individuals REPAIR THAT LOOM Boron College hiss secured market for homespun and homowoven goods such ns bed coverlids linen dross liusejr jeans blankets cto nt follow ing pricen- CovMlidH I to 55 Linen 10 to roO cents n yard Drew Linsoy ro ttiitn a yard Jeans 150 cents n yard Hlntikotn natural brown wool cir hark drw tt a pair Whit liusoy and white blanket aro not in demand only on orders Coverlids muttt bo 2 yards 72 incite wide and 2 I yards 110 itches Tong All dyes used must lw old fashioned homo niade dyes Any woman who uanta lo sell cover lids or homespun to Heron College should laud out what tho College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in per son or by letter to Miss Josephine A Robinson HertM College Bores Ky Itheunulluaij a very severe attack of 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In ItuyiKir There WIIH a good iliiil at iTlllclniu of 1ruxlilcnt Itoycws cuiirm Cixiit oltlziiiH who were very Indignant ahviivs when ineiitlun wns iiiiulc of lawliKrtiii III tin city ami wuntiil to know over tluilr eolTce and inoriiln IKIJUT why Honitlliliik was nut tloiiv liy HDineliuily tu priViuit siuto lawlittniuHH tuilil that Iridtiltiit Koyoe hUll ilutie It I hint nnliwotnliiK pn lint of n cot lego So unillKnlll l and aiul well mi InokliiB In tltuthuht JiHlcmeiit Hut till uMlliuinie exprtHNly linn oleI for teittliiinny to eonvlit flub law of llie Mttitu plulnly saId hint U was the duty of every genii clllrcn to inform the nnthiirliliMf of a tireiicli of the luw The pnVltiit WIIH a rlllri n like other uifii nnd he hud Hlinply done hu duty What wm there wrong iiliout Hint VIIlt wa u In tiiullKitlllrit thins ID net a spyto enter Midi an III fiiinuUH iltt1to cotita lot tnt hllllNelf with toiirhliiK the thing co these KtxMl rlllmum s1141 and yet they were the very men who never did anything thi myulvi XIllt to tlnd fault with HH iplo for electing bad men to oltleu or for not enforelng the law In wtiiie way the gtxMl citizen of thin eonntry of thlx tvK wilt take liH rtslitfnl PIn eo HOIIIO lime plotigs hole till luwbreflkern and lie lalieleir with hU true imint which Mad cltlrun rttli a capital letter for Had lint KdwardN experience In the af fair dht not end with hill part In the trial an tiftI of tin wIlnemiMi There wan another eliapter that might have pnmil even imiru oxuUIng for him tlmii It WAil If his training on tlu foot hAil flfld luid not Mood him III good ntend It wan during thin week of the trial and while the cnoo WIIK Ktlll drugging along with delayM on teehnlenlltliH nail thin utilronie of It wan not certain that IMward milprised out evening In one of the liallwayM of a down town oillr Imlldlng liy an attack made on him liy wimo unknown peri He hail gone up to till top of the Imlldliie to deliver n palter at one of thin pbiiHw that ho knvxv wan a low gnmldltig den Since the arrest of the gamhlcr up tuwu thu proprietor of thin place1 Imd kept very strIct watch anti d vnnl wan tint permitted to outer he ulIlllIllIllI hud done lie threw the paiier down at the iKittoin of tfao door ai he limit been doing for iu verai nlghtH when KOiue one rushed out of a Hide hallway anti struck at him with Home heavy article that partly mlxsed him III thin dark totnaNhihtig hits lint ofT hum hend nnd for a nccond Btnnnlng him RllKhtly lit liiMiantly turned anti gnippled with n man when another tlgnre came out on the oppoidtc side of the hnll ami thing lilniHelf on him lint Kdwnnl was nr l to havlng ev ernl men Illlig thenmelres on him In football gtuncH and although he wnll very much taken liy ynrprlnu now his dogged Htnbborn slow nature wan equal to till unexK eletl event and he forCed one of Ills a KnllnniH hawk Into the hallway trout which he tutu come and luxml tutu strike the floor In n heap Then he turned his attention jlCl the other and Instantly felt that ho had his bands full for his nntitgonlHt was a grown utah taller and heavier than hliusilf and he had h truck Rd- wnnl n heavy blow thoU pained him exeectllngly The two tugged nnd panted together the uitrn tiger swearing and Ifclwiml silent tin usual emnfl try Ing to throw tho other down They swayed through the hall In the dark nod before oltIer ot thueuui renllred their luamcKn to the narrow ntalrvny they reeled down the llrnt step lost their bnlnnce nmt fell still flinging to each other and rolling over and over to the bottom Id vnrd found himself even In thin Htnmgu sit omit inn of that dt cent won dering who would bo on top when the bottom WIIH reached Kvldently hits as 11 lit wax liuvlng the saint Idea For when they sI nICk thin hall below and itilled over again he let go of Kdwnrd and although IMward wan on his feet with an agility that was remarkable considering bin weight the man rush ed punt up thin staIrs again and van tailed In till darkness above Discretion was the better hart of valor on this occasion allot Kdward did not Avail for the man to come buick posxlbly reenforced by his companion but beat an orderly retreat down the other two flights of stairs nnd out on thin street minim his lint and pins Hevernl bruises lie liappened to be near a clothing store and went In and bought n hut nnd continued his route When he Icticlird hU room on tbllcgo hill be took account of damages and found that In addition to the IONS of his lint hoihail Biistalned several serious rents III his elothlng Aa he sat up late that nlghttrepaTrliig thin rents hu questioned wlieUicr he hud better make complaint to polite lint he finally decided StJI0 anythIng He could not Identify thin inon lie did not knqw whether they belonged to the gam bling crowd who were trying io got vengeance for his pnrt In the arrest or whether they were part of tho rough gang that hnd till yearn Infested that part of till city and had attempted lo hold him for u purpose of petty r d bcry He suld nothing ubotlt the mai ter either to thin president or Inwlii until tievernl weeks afterward It riis IIBI significant nf luis stnbburnnei that lit continued his route till next night till same as usinil He Wits not molested again that winter And tilt event did not make any particular Im pression on him not MI us It did afterward when he told It tu hits slitter and listened to her comments on It After thin excitement due to these things centering about the irunlilcrrt arrest trial nnd conviction hit ii died out Kdward found huts mind going buck more and more to WHIN As the days IIIC Initttntlu iimnf num mid tNIIrtl Iclll1I went on ho did not feel satisfied met Willis In chapel and on till IIIj and In the hulls constantly Ills bore heavier marks of dlsslpatlflh and ho was evidently running a fast pace jwith till tut net Mrs 1restou hud ulso written again urging Kdward It possible to go hock nail room with her sun I am 1IIIrII she saul that Willis would you and you could keep him from many wrong things I know hu silll has great respect for you Your rwent action In tilt mutter of the gamblers arrest evoked Ids admiration He wrote me a strong account of It timid defended your motives although ii host tear he himself was one of tho Ire quenters of time place Can you do anything If so will you not do It for the suko of Willis It not for me I cannot help feeling that ho going from bad to worst lint junt what I tear cannot delImit I seem to bo waiting to lunar of twine SInaI dUgmce that hu will suffer In Cods name do all yon can Mr Blake and will pray for you as ask you to pray fur me Edward rend this letter with n feel lag of shame as he hind always felt more or less Oil reading Mrs Prestons letters She wrote always assuming tutu Kdwurt was a conscientious Christian nud she always appealed to more than his morality t1wtnlIlitl not call himself a Christian and tberu was nothing lit him that could respond to n part of her appeal Nevertheless be was moved no much by It that hu was exceedingly unhappy He even sought to see Willis that evening Ho decided to gp and have a talk with him and set If their former relations could lie CNnmcd lint when by went up to thin old room Willis happened to be having n card partyof fellows nuwt of whom were ill lnhClll to Kdward Hu when Willis oK ned the door and Kd ward saw at n glance who were In thu room he said briefly I wanted t- oNe you Hut I wont come In tonight Willis stepped out Into the halt and shut thin door He was pulling a ciga rette nnd hornkttlunoru tItan jisually tlhli sipated Anything In particular he asked not unkindly Kdwnrd hesitated Yes but I cant ijilk with that crowd around Ill solid Vm away said Willis carelessly Yon neednt do that said Hdward slowly Afterward he Was sorry lie hnd not taken Willis nt his word for Willis turned antI rweiltbnek Into thin room Indifferently nnd Kdward slowly went down the stairs disappointed nnd more unhappy than ever It was rlinm a week utter that thnt Kdwurd was hailed by one of till men In his luau an he cnmc down to brenkfnst Say Heard the news Preston nnd Williams nnd llnwley half that gang WIn thken Iniast night and are likely to get tired till good They stacked Whentons room horned tip nil his lllliles in itt wound up by painting a lot of ballet dancers on the chapel tow er They were cnught red bunded mitt have confessed Irexy wont stand the desecration of the chapel nnd hell give them their Until papers I guess Kdwnrd listened III silence He t1ti glad of thenews If It meant the dlsmlsn at of the fast set that were no credit to Hope limit he could not help won dering about Willis He had known of his Indulging III various pranks such ns tearing a fltudvnts room to pieces and piling thin pieces up III thin center of till room which was culled stacking tint lip haul peer known him to be 1I11IIt siieli an Immoral act as thin tulle ascribed to lilm In con nection with the chapel towel1 Later In the day the morning rumor was continued nnd more too It was snjd thnt Willis hind confessed himself to being till principal offender In the chapel desecration 1r1IIMOsnhl that the college authorities not portion It nifil lint Willis With1 hnlf a dozen othu rt In his et would Uo not only suspended hilt WffJellfld frtim cot lee Oil lienrln the new whleh mine illrect from uuod Houreev Kdwnrd de termined to Bite IVeSldfait iioyie lie was tint nltiipther clear III his uilml eoucernliiK what he wnuttid to wg him for lint he HOemeil lliipelleil to go to him in WIIIlH hehuir IerliitM MJM 1refltontf letter hnd roiiiOtliliis tu do with it He went over to limo olllco nt the unn nl hutir lit the iifliiiio in xvhuii this priHlitiiit WHH In feu istnihHitii nml kuoekeil In iiiiHwir to the Hiiinmmis lo come III hu eiitentil nnd funnd Wheatim III earnebt couvemutlou with the pretilitent Its all light If make hetirs ymir story Whentiui Isnt ItYwleth the pnNlJenl Ytii sir replied Wheutuu nodding at Kdwnrd ID on then continued tho prenl dent miively It Was very still In till little ofllie Wheutou hogan to Hiicalc CHAI TKU XI Of coiirM I fjol hail about thin damage to my roomVsald Whoaton grovily and the destruction of my books micclally my Hlhlos nnd Still tiny Khool hejps tike n wuntiin and liTevreut thing t Is without excuse Hut I wish to suy for Inwfun that while be was present nnd lieiud to tear up the curppt and turn my stove hot tJti side up he did not touch nny of my book niul I can swear to his re monstrating with onu of the other mulch who did do It Hut what I called to see you for especlully sir was to tell you that Irestotr did not desecrate tho chapel tower BH he claims he did How do you know tluit asked the president n good dual surjirtiid IWII sir mine by the chapel IUA recanxe I hail been down to tilt wltool across the river Thin 11tllltllll of the picture hail not boen nnd It was iniiily midnight went right up to my room and found my diMir tilt Its hinges and Preston nnd lialf n dozen others limlde tearing the room to pleo n When they were through they nil rushiMl out of my room unit the ball except IVestcu who stal l until after a ocloek And It was 111114111 inldulsht and oclock that were dniwu on the tower according to tliQ testimony pf Iofian who hfltllIi npprtMieud n part of the men How is Ihl1l1 You say Pre ton stalil with you until 3 oclock How iltu thou imiHii7 Well sir nrnwrred Wheaton with some rductninn he had been drink hug quite html before he cnmu up to till room and hu was taken Ill Just itill men llnlshcd their work 1I11e11 made huh so Into my Iicdrtmni which they hnd not touched and lie down there until he Instated on going tint again I Tho president and Kdward teamed i fief vard thnt Whcnton had staid up and tended Wills us carefully as If he had been his dearest friend Hut Preston was caught with time rest of the nun near time chapel said the president Yes sir hunt you see lie loft my room nfler tho crowd haul done tho work un the rlmpo and walked around the hall right Into the mldtt of them only u few minutes before they were caught1 So he couldnt luivo been guilty of time offense The pttsldeut was silent and thoughtful Why Miould he confess then that lie Is time guilty party 1 He Insists upon It that he planued and uxvuutedmost of till work- Wheaton was silent because he evl dfiitly hud no good reason to give for Willis conduct and Kdward spoke up- think I can makeu gucssiit thnt he sold ns thin president turned toward him Irestou has been borrowing heavily of his society friends notably from Knnkln I have gOsh reason III SUPIHISU that IIK U a KtunJ deal In volved with them In one way nud another Ho considers that this event will mean his discharge from till col lege unswaynudjhu has ennfcfiscd to being guilty of this rift of desecrating till chapel In order to Hlileld the other timeD who really did It and to whom he Is uudur siiuli heavy obligations in tinIer to retain their furor And the other men are menu enough to keep still nud let Willis He about It Just to save thcmsclvcH seeing he Is In so deop with them 011 till money ques lop qtut a shrewd explanation replied the president and you may be right In filet us It afterward entile out Kd ward hud lilt mum the exact truth In the matter ns Willis hlmsulf confess ed Hut now till question still faces tile faculty us to thin punishment to be meteil tint If Preston It not guilty of the particular offense of which he Is charged he U more less of a ring lender nni ng the worst set In Hope nnd we cannot let such an affair as that of last night go liy unnoticed or unpunished Wheaton looked at Kdward and was evidently disturbed In his mind Hut after a sll ucc vhiiUlk IlIIlIhlll IIII presi dent nor Kdvard attempted to break he said Dr Iloyee I came In here on pur pose to musk you to allow Mr Preston to remain III college If jMisslble I have linen praying for him nil winter thnt he might be saved A number ot other men In thin association are doing the same thing We feel deeply In terested In him He wilt be a man of great power It tIme Lord onto wins him U Is a critical time with Preston rjght now amid It may prove the turning point In his whole life Tho president looked nt Wheaton lThenJils share In Iqst jilghts destruction of spill rooiii osIr lioW can l Are weubt told to love our enemies Uesldes IUClJil14t1idwuys haul n personal driiwlng toward turn and there lion riot becnn lilgTil fiir two years that have not prnyi for his convewlcu The president was silent hf aln Then he turnpxl to l hvnrd Is that what you collie to see mo about tit r Yes sir replied Kdwnrd In a low voice That Is Ito tell the trlith i liardly knew nt first whrft I Ill II overt for Hut I want Willis to ntuy and unto another chancv I dont foe quite1- cany nlnnu my part I havent kept my promise to his luot1c us ought It cost Kdward Buifceiiiufivthuit the rirwldent could understand to say nil that There was really It struggle going on In him nil the time over his own duty to Willis If he pleaded with tIme president hot to discharge1 htm froin collop there was JIlss Setoti who anti thieii11b8 own nilatluus to Wllllfl could hu tin more than hu hud Iwllnl president sat eying the two young miii tliougjitfiilly I had fully made up my mind before you came In to advise the faculty that Preston he dismissed once and for nil What Mr Wheaton has saul Hlnke changes my views xomcwhut What yon have Id elmnqeK them more Of course you nmlcrstuud I am IKiwcrlinM to remit nil puulshnienf thnl would Runt he fall Mr Prcstotf ilewniii siupenslon nt IciRt for lild hart In thin nights work Hut icnu promliH this Hint hip ease feliaH lie carefully considered anti It jnisslblti without Injustice to otliers he shall lit nllowid to continue his course Yheatmi thanked the president and 1nIs to go Hdward knowing how hlsj tiM prv ldeut always vns foxcalHO Walt n minute Hlnke please hi want a vrord wlfh 111111 tIme presl ilent And Edwiwl smut dnwnaguln IH Wheuton went outiwant to another thing about your relation to Preston You have not iHeii morning together now forwev cnll wnks Po you think yon could help him by going back nnd resuming your old rihitloiw Y I might Id ward answered slowly Tlwii I would say by all means pi back to him Tlmt Is mippoHlng he wants me to como butch Of conwe replleil time president quickly I do not know how he feels toward yon That is tar you to find out Hut Iftlte faculty of tin cirilcgc art to help Prestoinwi must ourselves be helped by any of the ntudcuts who liuve It In their power to use good In fluence Hesldes jon said you felt ns It yon haul nut quite kept your promise to his mother You sir I raid It paul I cant help feeling that I might do more Wlintover thnt Is Blithe I rely on yon to do said till president gravely us he turiiml to lila pajwn on his desk Dont forgft that the future destiny of n soul mny rest with yon to deter mine And Kdward with this last rtiutence Impressed almost painfully oh mind went out of the otllee IIit1 walked slowly over to his room In and wit down by his tublp He vras really hllln n light over hs pcr isdnnl Jncllimtloiw rimf his senw of what he really owed to Willis and his mother at this particular tlnie lie really did not rare to room with his old chum again lie haul conic to like thin quiet of rooming ulonii lie hmad grave doubts eoncenilng his Jntluonce over Willis In the matter of drinking although he was obliged reluctantly to confess thiit he unit not ex erted nil hit lull Hence to ItK full limit Hilt nil through his conflict of fueling lie could lInt smut out tho generous side of YllKv nature mill certain piirfiUglS in Mw Pivstons letters at dltTerent times appealed to him At list he got lib and went out ami crossed over to nankin hall Tht living room vuls In great con fiiRlnii and there urns an opeirtrimk standing near WJIHs hrdroom dour Kdward did not see any ope nud at lIt thought that Willis was hot In Hui as lie took a Mop late the room a number of articles Inclndlug a Jiajr brush n pIr of tennis sjioca and a sweater were thrown but of the bed room towiirdthe tnmk The tntcater and tIme hairbrush dropped Inwlde but the shoes misled and nfl pn the qther shin of the trunk near n nntnher of other thing that hiiil evidently been flung near thin nihldle of tile roonv In till same vmy SmhlvulV Willis iqs pen red nt hut hedroonr ilijon with an armful of things As he cnnglit sIght of Kdward ho pulled up mtliei hiistily and then threw thin whole armful In a btui lute time trnuU Wlutt are you olulugnsheolul ward rather uuuvccharily WIIIU IniiRlieil bnlsiVroiisly Dont yon see InPgettJnj n ailt to abandon Hope to quote CIom huitc Im going to anticipate being Ureil by going tilt lieforu the trlggel U piillcd us the gun tin hI to the llttli tiny who thought It wnsnft loaded oedby- sclnilarx podby school gooilhy Proxy no I ijont thuk lhl rest of Uj rlgjit to soy lies always treated Jill siiuare enough Im the Olin thats benfa a fool Kdwurd viilkedovcrtothutublunnd suit dowi on ojie corner of It Ii ciimo In tiVsee you nlxilit inntters generally I dont think jou nOcil to leave college Why Is Wheaton clrcnlatliiB l peti hOt to have me stayso ho can have thin pleasure of my company Not quite that but he has begged the president not to dismiss you from thin college Hows tlat asked Vlllls Inovl dont iistouMiinent- Kilwnnl told him about tIme scene in the presidents study unit what Wheat ou hail sold AYIUIs Ififtciicd wIt4 In urea lni emotion Wtll wlientiin is square He worth a hundred thousuuil uei1 Hit 1 1 i =Itaukln with hs mooney iud hU sncak lic1I1tllU wejhnd puiSiprf Hjsrjmin tofileccs to seems like a lot of synipathi wasted on the wrong Iuaru t1iotm4i triht thhi 1 Did yon lint II ttim IFallIg for lily irotiir II d 1 Whuntbums wor1s as IItt lieen heard very much an fur flju 111tWIBO hull id nil limit Jlere UllIIic emi estl to K1 ytinl thu truth ajjunt m Ktntement hunt VI was tin giilty lir tltWeItIlt myself hut I hate totlciil her the last niurjiijrjlefjliloMJir nil Atidflo Iiward Hnrprl e Vhihiio pnt hmHmd down hit Iuhlr kmmeeo Iiuid gutv a j i t t r Im ucttlnu iViidi to almniJnti Iopi to i utc jlrom 1Jiri- tcsobthitunstli jfresult of lielnig un nerved generally over thin events ofthu lust hours Jufio lilicoiiiJ rt 111fIE ft uaVenbt the slightest lieaitanfy in T r cqymtiiudint CharaberlaiuB Cough to aH who arothilTor ting frpm couxhs prcoldh spys Chas Af Cranipr E8ha well Icnowir watch maker of JLIOnibo Ceylon 111bas been some two years since the City Dispensary first called my attention lolHisiaTiiable medicinenrltl Ghflvo repeatedly used it and it has ahVayt bepn befaelicial It has cured iho quickly of nil chest colds It iSea pechtlfy 6Tctivo for children and set dom ak6 I more than one bottle to prIsuadlt1JoirToliandthey are all nsweU pleased aS mysol over the resulls For aale by S E Vewii Jib I- Nccessiary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Fenoni whVboird thcmsclre an tpend aa much or little u they chooec on living expenses It ply to btTC lltUe extra moneroNlvct urn boob and othtr things But the necesMrjr ezpensesaxonlfoitowam To pajr the ant day LADIES StALL HALl School InrtdetilBl Fee I M fI M Kx UotpltalFc 2S 25 pellloCl etc about 2 00 2 Ckncrtl Deposit 00 TOO Room stove oC I 00 2 00 Kuvlanil Oil JW 300 lAundry M riret tonlUt Board dw ltTiugI j jj T peiduring the Urnu iSO irJBrKllinrnj Vd Mo Board 00 5 00 Bfglnulu Al JoBoanl S 00 600 li 28 7f 2I- 1fojq pepoclt retumed LOll 100- iTotnl Kxjlnne 13 Wfrki 27l7S 57175 For thosQ bvlbvf A Grammar deduct the Ifort- ookaindfrom Incidental Itt making the tow only ail 7 5 1 cii loin gIIsroom together each taves SlIm room abd ti 0r more on fuel making the nlt 5 I7V If classed below A Grammar II Fnel It 80 cents more tu Winter and Cell leM In Spilng term Two rOOms tor houfekceplng with Horn etc can usually bo rented for from SI to J6 a term The price of n big calf a little twnlmrk or i few lionieiiptiD bc lr ivrr will give ierin or tcliool which will chunge owes- whole life for the betleri Shiiililrm At HU Ilut fI I recall now with horror says Mail Currier liuruettManu of Lwvan na 0 ftny three years of suffering from Kidney trouble I was hardly ever free from dull aches or acute pains Inmy back TO stoop or lift mail sacks made tne groan I felt tired worn Quit about ready to give up when I began to use Electric Bitters but six bottles completely cured me and made me fool like a now man Theyre unrivaled to regulato Stom ach Liver Kidneys and Bowels per feet satisfaction guaranteed byBll H drugstores e LIUL J YOUR POSTMASTER Ij the authorised agent for TUB CITIZEN Give him Ftrrt CENTS Iud ho will send it to us and we will send The Neatest 9lfnn stNewsy Newspaper you over read fiftytwo times one teacb week for a year rfcoSTAM STAMPS TAKENr j II tTHECITIZEN ill A MortgageOn Air Castlea- nd a dead mans good intentions are equally worthless to a widow and her orphan children Tako out a policy NOWwhile- you can with The Mutual Life Insurance Company of Kentucky I and provide something SUB STANTIAL for your widow and orphans The New Perfection Policyincontestable from date of issueis tho best life insur ance proposition inlthe field DAY 1IKECK IHitrlct Managr Richmond Kr W IL rOKTfcK District Agent Keren Hanking Company Ilerea Kj BUY THE NESEWING Do not be deceived by those who advertise a 6000 Sewing Machine for 2000 This kl d ofa machine caD be bought from us or any of our from 1600 toe 1800 we MAKC A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST The Feed determines the strength ot weakness of Double feed combined with other strong points makes tho New Rome the licit Sewing Machine to bu- yIttrCIRCUURSSSJ wo nuumfocturo and prices before purchasing THE NEW BOMB SEWING HA6HIHB 60 OHANGC MASS Union Sq N Y Chicago Ill Atlanta SU LoalsMo Dalt Tex Ban Francisco 0 FOR BALE toy SISCO CO NICuOlaSYille Ky THE MARKETS BEFOBTE0 BT A O NORMAN A CO ClSCINSATI Apr CATTLECommonu25O 1400 II ButchersA40 685 II Shippers575 685 I CiLvesChoice500 550 II Large Common300 RoosCommon610 00 71 Fair good light635 67 Packing720 785 SHEEP Good to choice 500 540 Cqmmon to fair300 475 LAMBS Good to choice 600 700 IICommon to fair4 25 650 WHEAT No 2 Red 81rr 82 CORN No 2 mixed New 62J 63 OATsNo 2 II 4ti 47 UYENo 2 63 64 FLOOR Winter patent 365 400 Ie fancy 340 360 Family290 325 MILL FEED1750 1850 HAYNo1 Timothy 1250 1300 No2 1100 1125 No1 Clover 950 975 No2II 800 950 POULTRf Fryers per lb 12 lOlRoostersTurkey hens 12 Toms Turkeys 9 Ducks 11 EoosFresh near by 14 Goose 36 1I1DESWet salted 7 No l dry salt 10 61Bull 6 Sheep skins 60 TALLowPrime city 61 6 f 4Country 5 6 WooLUnwashed e medium combing 17 18 Washed 22 23 Tub washed 22 23 FEATHERS Geese now nearly white 44 4gray to average 38 42 35ChickenTurkey body dry 12 15 It Saved Ills La- P A Danforth of LaGrange Ga suffered for six months with alright ful runningsore 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 1N111NMM11N NNNN111N1N1111NIN N1111111N LOCAL AND PERSONAL I INNNNNNN NNNNNNINN NN1N1111 N111 Welch takes in about 200 dozens of eggs a day Miss Robinson and Mrs Hoag tall Monday for a short trip Tom Mason of Kirksville was i town Tuesday Bicknell tC Early aro selling lots of farm machinery The business of the Berea Banking Company is growing Walker Baker and wife of Wallace ton were in town Saturday MrsSte all wife of James Stegall is still quite ill The friends of Second Church are rallying to the parsonage enterprise There was a good crowd at Concert at the Tabernacle Tuesda nightWelch is selling lots of Oliver Chill ed Plows this year See his adv elsewhere on this page Mrs Dodwell has three broods of young canaries She hopes to raise lots of singers this year The swellest linoof Hats Neckwear Underwear Collars ant Cuffs at RICE ARNOLD Richmond Ky The rock to metal Chosnut Street tram Main Street west is being haul ed ready for breaking You can buy drugs and medicines cheaper and every bit as good ii Welchs than you can in Richmond T A Robinson talks of making up some special packages of Jewelry for sale at Commencement at popular pricesRev C Rezford Raymond wit and baby left Monday for New Yo r State Prof Raymond will be absent for some months The firm of Dalton S Kinnard i dissolved and the business will bo conducted by James Dalton Rev C L Sturgill preached at the district scboolhouse white on Sun day evening There was a good congregationMrs B Wallace and Miss Emma Soper paid n visit to th Students Job Print and Time Crnze- office Tuesday evening It is not a good idea to blow your own horn but THE CITIZEN is the printed newspaper in this endof KentuckySearch TIlE CITIZEN for errors in spoiling and publication and notify the Editor It will be taken as a favorBicknell R Early have the agency in Madison county for the Page Woven wire fence the best general purpose fence on the market Geo Baker Peter Keith and Will Sollingsworth of Burning Springs passed through town Monday morning onroute to Crab Orchard On Saturday April 26 W F Kidd administrator of the late James Hart will holda public auction at the res idence of Mrs Bart on Center St 0Will Peters a former student at Berea but now of Richmond Ind came in before leaving Wednesday- and ordered Toe CITIZEN to visit him regularlyThe and brick of the founda tion work of the Chapel lately burn ed are being hauled to the site of the College brickyard for use in install ing the plan- tBaseballThe Danville Deaf mutes vs Berea College next Satur day at 2 p m Admission 15 cents This will be the first game on the now field and will be a good game Rev Wm Lodwick will go to Richmond Sunday to preach at the Northern Presbyterian church in the place of RevMr Eiseuhart who will preach here for Borea church Have you seen the nail keg full of ponnies nickels and quarters in T Robinsons window in the Cornelius Drugstore Robinson has a good display of jewelry watches clocks brioabrap etc We have the sole agency for Rich mond and Madison county for Fantods Queen Quality Shoes for Women Prices300 Oxfords 5250 A largo assortment of W L Douglas Shoes for Men at S2 BO 300 and 350 Always on hand RICE ARNOLD RICH MOND Edwin S Fee well known in Borea now residing in Decatur county Ind writes to his sister Mrs Laura Fee Embree that ho has lately sold a car load of cattle realizing for them the highest price paid in his county for twenty years 635 per hundred at the farm The case of Town of Boroa vs Bogie and Baker Maintaining a nuisance in tho Town of Berea was tried in Judge Gays court Tuesday 2 p m resulting in alihungjuryand will be called up again Tuesday at 230 pm y1NNN11NN111N1N11NN11N1NN1NNNN1 t J CORRESPONDENCE f i t 11NNNN111N N11N1N1N111 HNNNN111111 OWSLEY COUNTY MAJOR Martin Rowling of White Oak 1died Thursday April 3 leaving n wife and four children The burial was at tho family graveyard andwas conducted by Revs Ramoy and Pen dergrassllarvey Owens tae purchas ed tho old homestead of Jas Stacoy Miss Bottle Peudorgrass has been on a visit to her aunt Mrs Mollie Flonery of Buck CreekTho little sou of W T Pondorgrass is seriously IllMr Bert Woodward is visiting his sister Mrs LongArthur Garrett has returned from school at London theyVINCENT Spring is hero null farmers are behind with their work Miss Lora Treadway of DoA iutn hue been visit ing friends slid relatives at llie place fMr mid Mrs Willie Hamilton of this place visited relatives on Dot Creek Saturday and Sunday Judge S Isaacs who has been ill with rhcir nudism is improving W P Tread way paid his girl n pleasant call Sun day Isaacs tt Tenable have gone to Louisville to lay in ta new supply oft spring goods Miss Martha Mainout and Misses Priscilla and Matilda Me Intire visited relatives on Buck Clerk Saturday and Sunday Mr James lessee the ilrummur of this place has been very busy for the post week oMrsmiles and Mrs Billy Mainous are all it is a girlMr Blackwoll Scott is very proud of his namesake Blackwell Turner Bro Ragan wills begin a revivalservice at Clifty church Sunday B B Isaacs is still in good heart he had another letter from his girl MADISON COUNTY FARRISTOWN eeryeQuito a number of our people attended the First Baptist Churchcolored at Berea Sunday and report a good Whitefour an wo are sorry to lose them John L Sundayonter of White Station has moved to Loudon Laurel county Mrs II L Bennett who has been ill for sometime is recovering health Miss S Blythe has gone to Winchester for tho summerPEYTONTOWN A number of our people attended tho funeral of Robert Whito at Far ristowti last weekRev T Broaddus was unable to fill his appointment hero last Funday being called to at tend tho funeral of Mrs Bush Death erago of Richmond Revs G1 B and I Miller conducted our servicoa A collection was taken amounting to 5227 for the erection of a Baptist church in Jackson Breathitt county Mrs Mary Shearer is homo again after a three months stay with Mrs G W Gates of Silver Creek Mrs Mary Shearer and Mrs Lucy Turner visited Richmond ton business last week ROCKCASTLE COUNTY DISPUTANTA Miss Fannie Culton and little brother Hugh of Richmond visited Miss Nannio Anglin last Wednesday and Thursday Born to Mr and Mrs Bent Davidson a girlMr Willio H Stephens of Scaffold Cane visited your correspondent last Sunday oven ingRev Green Fish of Renfro Creek preached at the Old Tanyard Sunday evening Your correspondent visited her cousin Miss Porrio Lee Abney last Saturday and Sunday Taylor Abney and Squire J M Reynolds visited Rev J W Lambert and wife Sunday Miss Nora Owens ofjjBrush Creek visited homo folks Saturday and SundayBorn to Mr and Mrs Clint Holt a fine boy Los co JACKSON COUNTY KERBY KNOB S B Combs was in this vicinity Saturday and Sunday M Etta Gay was hero Saturday on business Little Mina Jones is quite ill again A large congregation was addressed Sunday by Bros Powell Clemmous and Morbely John R Kirby was baptized Mrs Daugherty is sick People hero are through with their oats sowing and are breaking up their corn grouud Misses Laura and Nan nio Hatfield went to Borea last Thurs dayMr and Mrs Knox of New York passed through this place Wed nesday on their way to Borea from McKeowhero they have boon transact ing somo business John McIntosh and wife have a now baby girlSun dayschool convention in district five at this place the fourth Saturday in this month Everybody invited Miss Lottio Parks visited lice cousins Misses Sarah cud Bessie Powpll Miss Parks will go to her now homo lit Kingston this week to remain MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Rev R H Porter tho new pastor of tho Bethel Baptist Church preached his introductory sermon Sunday ironing The memlwrs may congrat ulate themselves on securing such an able pastor Charlio Brazier of Marl dox St died Sunday evening of eon sumptionMrs Boll Gray of Hel ena spent Saturday and Sunday in this eityMr Frank Brady was a woloome visitor nt the Bethel Sunday school Sunday morning All the children who belong to the society of Little Elks are expected to bring their envelopes to Sundayschool Sunday morning W H Steward editor of tho American Baptist visit ed the city school Friday morning Mrs Fannie Mclheters of Dayton 0 is visiting hormothorin law Mrs Rosa McPheters of East Second St Allio Morton came homo from Ash land recently The New Era hush tute held at the Plymouth Baptist church during tho past wook was a success in every respect Unite a number of iuteresting addresses were made by iw ministers Mrs Sarah Wheeler of North Fork attended the Now Era Institute tho past week OUR COUNTY NEWS Ballard Combs who killed John Owens at tho Blue Lick fiohoolhoiiKO last fall was sentenced last Friday to 12 years imprisonment The surveyors of tho Blue Grass Traction Company commenced to survey tho route to Richmond last Monday and expect to complete tho First survey to Richmond this weekOn Saturday April 261V F Kidd Admiustrator of the estate of J M Hart deceased willsell nt tho late homo of J M Hart in Borea a lot of property consisting of live stock and farm utensils Judge T J Scott of Richmond is still unable to attend his courts because of illness The her of tho Madison Circuit Court in session passed resolutions of regret at tho sickness of JudgeScott An Experience You know said the prudent person that no one ought to eat destroysliceYes I know it does 1 tried it awhile and nearly worried myself grocersbills A Newt Average Editsrlfowmanymurders Assistant One of the reporters three another says five and another says nine Hustling EditorThree flvonini eh Oh well well have to strike an average Make it 359 Keeping HUn Busy You ought to ho more economical said young MM Torkjnt mother Perhaps I ought was tits ryi swor only you know Im afraid it might be a temptation to idlonou for Charley Star Sympathetic Woman Mr GowittDr Bolus says if I dont nase up a bit in my work Ill be dead in a year Mrs Gowitt But you will Imvo nothing to reproach oultolC with since youve got your life iusurod- Piiiladclphia Press How He Finally Proposed Why tlont you speak for your seHshe askedof tho diflidoat suitor Because II want to speak for you he answered Chicago Post Horseless Flier Young man you arc going the pace that kills Seems so parson My automobile ran down six chickens nUll u dog ycstcrdaytJllicago News Her Pet Dog I saw her take him In her arms Anl hold him to her heart Bho pledged her love to him und said They nevermore VoulJ purl And then as If twere not enough To pledge her love like this Ehe bent and on his boarded cheek liestowed a matchless kiss Then to myself I softly said Heras where give you upl The maid whose lips my own would press trust sever kiss a pup Ohio State Journal The Stnndnril lit Worth Measure your worth liy the htnwlnnl of duty well dune nut by the opinion of othursHov Oeorse 11 lloiiwortb CoiiRroKntloiiiilfet Now Yttrk Curled Treasure- A Russian officer Matting through some old family tapers cnmc on what teemed to hits evidence that corlHiu Jtuwinn fainilie now Xx tind and seine monks of tho mon astern of PotcliBjnwuka not far from Kiev had during tho Nnjioh onic wars buried in that inititiuinu sum of 1000000 to keep it out of Bongs clutched Inclmlvd among tho papers was a diagram showing exactly where tho treasure was deposited The officer is quite sure it is there yet trail has gone to Kiev sad lidn bargain with the generation of monks in the institution to give them two thirds when it turns up The bishop hits not yet given leis no notion to time enterprise but is being labored with to that cud Eads Prophecy Being Fulfilled It u rotated of James B foils tho engineer of tho St Louie bridge and oilier greet works that tome year fcro he trade this prediction concerning the cityof St Louis One of those days this will be the- lmeaiug point of two mormon chan rids of trade The one will beHii iron way over the great vet tho other a waterway down tire Msis iippi across the isthmus and up tame Pacific The om will nprrtcnt theIfall the bitterness of a frathriilul war SprinlicM Hcpublimu 81 OF IW1 L and s fa PRO- MBLACK ROCK Our Next Serial A me from the grub rump to the attic vrhrrr was our bed vtr passed la take In the beauty i t the uliilit The innuii rode itch avrr Ilir peaks fit Ilir mountain floadlnic the narrow vnller with mrllow llubl Under her ninclo tike riiKKril peaks ofletird their linrili lines and tinned to run lovlnklr Inward eu The dark pine ttiHsira stood ulleut a In breathless ndornllon The des sling scow Icy like a curmrnl ovrr nil the open nitneei In soft tritvluff told ned cretrnrd every lump with a quaintly shaped nightcap Above the ramps the imukf furled up runs the lending like tilllnr nt cloud that kept swatch while mm slept and hlah orrr nil the deep blue night sky with IU star Jewels al rang like the roof wt n great cathedral from range to pence povrrlnir u In It kindly hrl trr How homelike and cute seemed the valley with III nionnlnln cldri III sentinel lrrr nnd nrrhlnit runt of Jew red kyl Iren the night seemed kindly sad friendly the star and the lour try of the wolf trom the deep forest seemed like the vulre of n comrade THIS STORY IS A GEM WATCH FOR THE OPENING CHAPTERS- otlutr n ouisvillc m rondo rson 1 I oxiis Railwe yI I Homeseekers Excursions ATITO T- JICWEST e 6 Tlcketson Salo First and Third Tuesdays In MAKCH APRIL nnd MAY Also Low Colonist One Way Ratcs to the Northwest and California Points vjxx XX For Further Irforrnntlon Adtlr si GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trt+ v Itvss Agent Gen Pivtt Allllnt LOUISVILLE IC- YiT7C UU Q 3V Watch this space next week If TJIrpor TwO OUR nantPred pHinpflrri 1902 with such articles wn make our FetAIIII Never buy a wagon that you rover heard recommended by anyone except time titan that wants to lolIllI BUY STUDEBAKER WAGONS AND OLIVER PLOWS SOLD ATI WELCHS