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half tho longest quake ex perienced in The Cunnrd Steamship Co ill t build two now steamship which will bo over 700 foot long have engines of 18000 horse power and n speed of 2J miles an hour IN OUR OWN COUNTRY A r2000000 steel plant is to bo established Marietta 0 Pork in fifteen cents a pound in tho retail market in Cincinnati A loool option election under the Heal law will ho hold at Cambridge 0 May li Rhode Island mill owners have raised tho wages of their employees ten per cent Thorn has been n great advance in the prico of fronh meata of nil kinds in the cities A company has been formed to rhino Ice for tho towns along tho Santa Fo railroad from the ice cave of Northern Arizona f1 An appeal hew been made to tho government for aid for starving Choc taws of Indian Territory It is said 10000 of theta are destitute Tho big stoamer City of Pittsburg In the Cincinnati and Memphis trade burned to the waters edge Sunday morning between I and G oclock in tho Ohio River between Cairo and Paducah Sixty to seventy lives worn lost An entire freight train of twelve loaded care on tho Cleveland Akron f Columbus railroad at SuuburyO at 630 Sunday morning ran oil whore a trestle had burned and fell fifty foot to tho bottom of Walnut Crook Damagn 200000 No lives lost COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Farmers of Flatwoods district Campbell county are excited oyer the discovery of oil there Lead and zinc in paying quantities are said to hare boon discovered on the farm of Jacob Lougmtre of Mc Cluroa Branch Letchcr county Tho barn of J M Maze at Mar shall Bath county was struck by light ning Monday afternoon and burned A fine maro was lost too Lossf00 no insurance An eastbound L it N and n westbound C ft 0 train collided near Benson three miles west of Frank fort Monday Six persons injured and ono engine disabled Patrick Burke wife and eleven children of Owensboro wero passen gers on the ill falod City of Pitta burg which burned on tho Ohio P River between Cairo mAud Pndu cah Ky Sunday morning One child only survives of tho entire family of thirleouI Near Riverside Clark county on tho main Richmond lino of the L it N railroad a through freight from Cin cinnati was wrecked nt 7 a m Thurs- dayl The engine and ton cars were athrown down u bank and Clarence brakeman was killed and John McGarr fireman was badly in jured Tho wreck was caused by the criminal negligence of a repair crow in leaving n hoary joist on tho trackI E CJTIZENAn IA GREAT OCCASION Convocation end Trustee Meeting The first of May will bo marked unusualhIJpcciallllcetIan other distinguished guests are ex pected I It is called tho Spring Convoca tion anti thoro will bo two public sessions to which all friends of the College citizens as well as students are invited Tho fret of those is o TabyII y students and reports of tho work of departysivo that many citizens and oven teachers are not acquainted with all of It ITho second session will b stn address by Rev Percy S Grant D D of Now York Dr Grant it will le remembered was with Bishop Potter in a recent trip to tho Philip pities to consider the matter of Bata lishing the Protestant religion in those islands THE COMING MUSICAL ENTER TAINMENT tProgram for the Musical Entertain mont under tho auspices of tho Ladies Aid Society in tho Tidier uncle Monday night April 28- llano Solo Spring Pot g Thome Irof Vonl DotAontleaq tOUtt A Goring Thom UN WelllI kid Mr Umble Until thu IrhAlpha Zeta Jiurtet VMto 8ttlo a OtrxlMe HelimMl- K T JmlJ U fUHphrrili ani Of mum ilttt Conifllu- Ytx NeroAt Ike IIlIwinollho Drop Nine hen IVtrie- Mr ten l Hk He UllonTtie IllM nWtll uf Ililllp IIIIHOI tihaonrrt1y The OW Cmue Hoot lieu Utah Mimnuln MurfeVMIn and Sllct a Fewrwo Mountain li CaWhaiiMe Krtnolf and labtianl So Ionili atNlxht 1irki Salo Quartet ruoo DuttOrtrturoliKt and Peasant Kr r Snppe Ire J W Dlnfcuoremxt Mlo raMwell 8oleelloni Irpra Illlf Mr JimrtCnmlx Violin Solo lAixller Rohm Irs ArUml week Y Vorat Solollrdoln tore Funs Ilniiitl- Mr Arthur K Suffcni WliUtHiMt NoloThemu and VarUtloni lnh- Mn I C Hlnman One Sweetly Solemn Thought Johnion oleo Cub- PUBLIC NOTICE On April 10 1902 at a regular meeting of tho board of trustees of the town of Boron Ky the following ordinance was offered and passed ita first reading If it passes at the next regular meeting of the board it willat auto become lawORDINANCE Tho Trustees of the Town of Berea Ky do ordain as follows That any person riding a bicycle on any of tho sidewalks of Beroa Iy shall bo fined not less than ono dollar and not more than ten dollars for each oT nce This takes effect at its passage E L ROBINSON Town Clerk April 12 1902 SPECIAL NOTICE Every person who has friends in erred in tho Borea cemetery and all others interested iu tho welfare of our town are earnestly asked to meet at tho Cemetery on Saturday April 20 to assist in cleaning up the ground fill ing up graves planting shrubbery and making tho City of tho Dead neat and presentable for Decoration Day Keep tho date in mind and make your arrangements so you can como and help llarlow Dowe of Ashland Ky wits lost on tho City of Pittsburg Sunday morning Clay Breeze wife and two sons woro among the victims on the City of iittsburg Sunday morning- T W Reid ouo of the oldest resi dents of Lancaster died Monday morning from heart disease aged 78 yearsA plan is ou foot for an electric railway from Clarksville Tenn through Ilopkinsvillo to the NorVh Christian county coal Holds SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES Why the Contrast Between them In the A lesson SouthIthe preachers States tho church property is from five to ton limes more valuable than the public school property In many towns with four or five comfortable church llousos built of brick or stone or neatly painted if built of wood with staiffodglafis windows anti furnished with comfortable pews the one public school is an unsightly old discardednchurch houso uupainted unplaster od roof out of repair windowpanes broken seated with hard benches without backs heated by u box stove in the middle of tho room In tho country and frequently sees a neat comfortable church built at an expense of 1000 or more and standing by noteworth 100 The good churches are allright the schoolhousca should be in kueping with them The preachers ate largely responsible for the keep ing of tho churchhouses the touch ers for the cure of the schoolhouses Atlantic JtducattonulJotiriial A GREAT SUMMER NORMAL Will Be Held Knoxville Tennessee Tho greatest summer school over attempted in tho South will bu hold iu Knoxville Tennessee for six weeks beginning Juno 19 Tho courses of study will include every branch of study in the primary secondary and high schools and col loges Special work iu pedagogy kindergarten primary grades school gardening manual training outdoor geography work etc will bo given by such men as Dr G Stanley Hull Dr E A Aldemau DrChas D Mc her Dr Emerson E White Dr Arnold Tompkins Prof Hummel Miss Burton Miss Haliburtou Miss Parrish Prof Soule Prof Keller and ovor thirty others Only 5 will be charged for the en tiro course and the railroads will give ono taro for the round trip Tho school will bo held under the auspices of tho Southern Education Board at Knoxville REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured a market for homespun and bom0 woven goods such as bed coverlids linen dross liusoy jeans blankets etc at following prices Coverlids 4 to 16 Linen 40 to 50 cents a yard Dross Linsey CO coats a yard Jeans 60 cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or hark dyes 3 a pair l White linsey and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards i2 incise wide and 2I yards 00 inches long All dyes used must bo old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Boron College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in per sou or by letter to Miss Josephine A Robinson KyrANNOUNCEMENT- Wo are authorized to announce Goo D White of Richmond as candi date for Circuit Clerk of Madison county subjoct to the action of the Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announce Roy C White as candidate for Circuit Court Clerk iu Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party u i OIPRICK FOR SALE About 250000 firstclass brick very hard Will sell all or part to suit purchaser The brick be aeon on lilY farm hoar Whites Station Address or call on Otto D White Richmond Ky or SPA milD on the farm All Eyes on Trx Groat is Texas Hor vast cotton crops and marvelous oil discoveries amaze the world Now follows the startling statement of the wonderful work at Cisco Tex of Dr Kings Mvwirewrites Editor J Eager which caused a most obstinate cough and finally reiultod in profuse hemorrhages but she has been completely cured Dr Kings Now Discovery Its positiveI guaranteed for Coughs Colds and all Throat and Lung troubles rocI and 5100 Trial bottles free at drugstores Dont Use- Spectaci es Unless you need them and if you use them bo sure they fit your need I will givo thorough examination with tho above iustrunuwt FREE OF CIIARUC which always indicates the correct glasses to use It you dont need glasses I will tell you so T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Berea Ky ESTABLISHED 186- 3MADISON MONUMENTAL WORKS Head stones urns monu grauIlogoverned by quality of ma tonal Prices reasonable Only first elass work done All work guaranteed J T Hamilton Prop RICHMOND Ky MAIN STHKKT Opposite BUnton Coal Yard vas 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE ITnADt AnyWKJ enntngntehadd traction am Q1lCktflAIo i ir tnl ftotaldrbllhr PUtiiiiiMa nimnttfn llmmirlctr nUlci uL Ilk iliool cmlatmo mil run tMiwt Kiuiirr lor Huruvru iil s ape IftietiiA fthunt Itl tt0 u nice Scutific Riterican- a tnmitmntnlT lllntratt i rtlr rttir cuUtlmi if unr riiiition JonriikL Trns3a- art tour nluntba It Boiabya new4wlera Yohnraneb FOR HANDMADE FANCY WOODWORK in hats sunbonnets fancy baskets of all descriptions napkin rings in allcolors u Sond your orders to MISSES M AND L CARTER BEREA KENTUCKY Prlcei very reuouabte and ill work wetl nude 3542 uu n This will save your Life By inducing you to use Dr Kings Now Discovery MFor Consumption Coughs and Colds CureNOgist will warrant It- ASIOLUTELY CURES BronchitisWhooping Affection of tho Throat anti Lungs TRIAL BOTTLES FREE Regular BIZ BO cuts and L00 Old soldier Riirrlene M M Austin n civil war veteran of Winchester Ind writes My wife was sick a longtime in spite of good doctors treatment but was wholly cured by Dr Kings Now Life Pills which workedwonders for her health They always do Try tbom Only 25c at all drugstores j Independent Weekly Devoted to tbe Interests of FARM SCHOOL 50 CENTS A YEAR HANAN SHOES 1 =FOR MEN =Tho Hanau Shoe known the world over as he finest made for men has been added to our stock This great shoo to getherwith our FlORSHEIM WALKOVER BOSTON ION BILTWELL and many other standard ilmakes our shoo collection the biggest strongest and offered to men of Madison county Extra strong values brandsIi priers from 100 up to SftOO Covington Banks 11RICHMOND Headtofoot outfitters for men and boys OUR SPRING STOCK of Fine Saddles Carriage ROIl Buggy Harness is full and complete Our Prices are the lowest consistent with good material and work DackbandsChniuT J MOBERLY RICHMOND KY Successor to J T McClintock Main St Opposite Court House t DR M Ee JONES tce Dentist g Office MillineryStore Office Days Thursday Friday and Saturday of each week Special SoUr to Our This paper In on flic at the HaoterIrnito Inter teln luVlQHno aCult go where our reader will bo courteously arrant who may rare In rail upon The Inter seeingthroughbe found every mechanical and Mentlflc Im provement of the age In connection with the n eds of a great newspaper It la a rare treat any one Interested In the lubject and should Uken adrantaxe of RICE ARNOLD RICHMOND KY Shoes Gent Furnish jfi aJentalu r Richmond r MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Meat Mar ket on Main Fresh VegetablesinM B RAMSEY Berea Ky Fair Dealing Pays I1 And that is one reason our business is increasing We sell you in a way to bring us youTftilure Trade and that of your friendu t spring Styles for 1902 New Rockers Ladies Desks Couches Dining and Bedroom Furniture and many attractive articles to make the home comfortable Picture Framing Carpets Matting Rugs UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone Night Phone Hats ings Street Meats 66Jo S JOPLIN Richmond Ky IIIu u Hats == = Hats IFor r the boy for the father for the girl for the mother Spring Hats Summer tints Seasonable Hats in straw crash and other materials I Price i CENTS AND UP at Bicknellfc Earlys I t hn u iNNtNNNiIMNOlNNt N l1N NiN NOli lt111I Douglas I Crutcher i have a fine line of Spring and Sum mer Shoes They iyou iLi f DRAINAGE OF ROAD SOME POINTS BY PROFESSOR IRA O BAKER The MtKHem of Tile Drainage an Knrm laiuU Mod lllKh va Some lleceut K iierlnient In IlllnoU How the Work Should He Hone All roads except those on pure saiul call bo materially Improved by tilt drainage says Professor Ira O Baker if the Illinois agricultural experiment station In Good Roads Magazine Thlf Is the opinion of many farmers In sev oral communities with whom the writ er has conversed on this subject In each community this Is universally the opinion of the farmers who have had the best success In draining their own farms The cost of tile drainage Is not great say about fit cents per rod or 100 per mile and the Improvement permanent with no expense for main tenance and the benefit Is immediate and certain Further tile drainage Is the very best preparation tor a gravel or u stone road Gravel or broken stone placed uiKin an undralned foundation Is almost sure to sink gradually whatever Its thickness whereas a thinner layer upon an underdralned roadbed will give much better service Roads tiled without gravel are better than roads graveled without tile The road should be iimlerdralned so us to keep the water level well below the Toail surface In most localities tins can be accomplished reasonably well by laying a line of farm tile three or three and n half feet below the road surface along one side of the roadway It Is sometimes claimed that there should be n tile on each side of the road Some tests recently made by the JIll nois experimental station not yet pub lished seen to Indicate that one line will give fairly good drainage under the most adverse conditions The ex periment Consisted in the drainage ofI tt piece of lead selected as the worst that could be found In n part of the state notorious as having a large area of hardpan which It was generally con sidered could not be undcrdralued be cause the soil held water like a Jug Lines of tiles were placed two and a half foot deep nnd fifty feet apart The water level at a i olnt midway between the lines of tiles was lowered eighteen Inches when ut the same time the wa ter level in the undralned portion of the fluid was only six Inches below the surface In this case the surface of the ground water lad a slope of one foot In twentyfive feet but In a more porous soil the slope would be much less Therefore a single line of tile three or three and a half feet deep If of adequate size will give nearly per feet drainage and a second line will nut materially improve It Some writers on good roods advocate the use of a line of tile under the mid lIe of the traveled portion and some advocate a line on each side of the wheelway The object sought by these tiles is rapid drainage and therefore It Is urged that they should be laid near the surface It Is doubtful whether ally water will reach the tile since the road surface when wet Is puddled by the traffic which prevents the water percolating through the soil and it in certain that in clay or loam the drainage thus obtained Is of no practical value More than one farmer has tried to drain his barnyard by laying tile near the surface always without ap preciable effect While a line of tile on one side of time road Is usually sufficient there Is of ten n great difference as to the side on which it should be laid If one side of the road Is higher than the other the tile should be on tho high side to In tercept the ground water that Is flow tag down the slope under the surface The tile should be laid in the bottom of the side ditch below the frost line Of course tho tIle should have u unl form grade and a sufficient fall and an adequate outlet The size of tho till required will depend upon the length if the line and the grade of the ditch but local experience In farm drainage is likely to he a better guide than any general statement that can be made Iarm drainage is almost certain to precede road drainage in any particu lar locality The side ditches lire to receive the water from the surface of the traveled wily and should carry It rapidly and entirely away trout the roadside They pro useful also to Intercept and carry tilt the water that would otherwise how from the side hills upon the road Ordinarily they need not bo deep and It possible should have a broad liar lug side toward the traveled way to prevent accident If a vehicle should be crowded to the extreme side of tho roadway The outside bank should be tint enough to prevent caving Tho proper form of ditch is easily made by the usual road machine or road grad er The side ditch should have a free outlet into some stream so as to carry time water entirely away from tho road No good road cnn be obtained with side ditches that hold tug water until It evaporates Much alleged roadwork Is a positive damage for this reason Piling up the earth In the middle of the road is per hops In itself well enough hilt leaving undralned holes at the side of the road probably more than counterbalances the benefits of the embankment A road between long artificial ponds Is always Inferior and is often Impassa bit It Is cheaper and better to make n lower embankment and to drain thoroughly the holes at the side of tilt roads the public funds can be pore wisely used in making ditches In adjoining private lands than In mak- Ing ponds at the roadside In an at tempt to Improve the road by raising the surface RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gem denned Prom the Trnclilnar All Uviioiulnntloim Christianity means n suborillnatlni of rights to loreRes W S Mains ford ICplscopulliin New York high need NabIP Dmtluy Faith In God us revealed III Chris means faith In a high anti noble tiuniin destlnyRes Dr Ituon Thomas tun Foundation of ClirUtlnn luvr Christian lute Is founded In n good conscience and n pure heart Hlslio Kdwaid G Andrews Mctliixlist 1llts burg The Crralml AVorU No man ever did n greater tliliiR that that of lending u soul fo Christ Itev Dr Willlnin J Iloltzclaw lltiptlsl At lenin Ga Ten Commniidmrnln Imrtlrnl The Ten Comnuuidinonts art the most practical timings wider time sun Itcv T E Monroe CoiifrtKutIoimnt Akron OThe nruadeiilnir of llre Nothing broadens life so much ur working for the woes of mankind Itev Dr John F Carson Presbyterian New York Cnrrjlnur thi Truth God gives men n knowledge of the truth In order that It may be carried to the world In reel of ItHe Mcleud M Pearce Presbyterian St Louis True Self Culture Self culture by a Christian must be along the line of Inwrought tendency Work out what God works IIIHl Dr Lnndrum Hnptlst Atlantii Ga Harmony of Xmure umi llrvrlntloii The more perfectly men understnnd the teachings of nature time more com pletely they harmonize with the Bible Ices Dr Croft Methodist Detroit Mich He More Chnrllnlile The gospel would be Immure elllcnclons If among Christian people there were more charity to men even sinful men Rev Dr John T Christian Baptist ChlcngoIpoint time constraining force In the Chrlstlans strenuous effort for attain ment Itev W G Wooilbrldge 1rcs byterlan Atlanta Ga Lrnnlnc on for Divine Arm Tho more of n Christian n man Is the less confidence he has In himself He puts his constant trust in n strength that Is above that of any human arm Itev Frank Good hmiid Itaptlst New York Lplirilnir the Inllen Do not be afraid of soiling your hands or character In an effort to leud a soul to Christ even though that soul be In the slums of rice and shame Hev Dr William J Iloltzclaw Itaptlst Atlanta On- Curry a nlaing With You Jesus Christ wherever he went took a blessing with him Wherever the Christian goes he too should take a blessing with him going In the spirit of Christ Hev F M Larkln Method 1st San Francisco Exnllntlon Through Ilamlllljr Get the real vision of God and In tho light of his face see yourself rand you will be humble and humility Instead of degrading will exalt and crown you Rev Thornton Whiting Presbyteri an Lexington Ky- Ilellitlon Ie Natural Religion is a natural thing Christ and the Bible meet the Inner nature as bread meets hunger as time light meets the eye as the air meets the birds wingincr Frank Crane 1eii pies Church Chicago The Glad TldlnK Religion does not make sorrow It flails sorrow Religion has come to euro sorrow and time gospel is still the glad tidings Religion does nut deepen the gloom on earth It funds gloom and seeks to dispel ItIte Dr George Lorluicr Itaptlst New York The Work of Cbrlit Wherever wo see honest labor held hi high repute wherever we see ar rangements for the care of time poor und tho helpless wherever wo see lib arty loved and mans rights respected there we see the work of Christ Itev William W Hamilton Baptist Louis ville Ky ollilnir to 1reveut Salvation Any sinner anywhere any hour can step toward heaven assured there Is nothing In heaven soothing In tho law nothing In the universe nothing In hell nothing outside his own heart that can hinder him being savedDr Her rick Johnson McCormacks Theologic al Seminary Presbyterian Chicago Uuendluir Lure There are some timings that will nev er end One of these is Christ himself Our life In him will go on forever The same Is trill of our love The wet has said There is no union here of hearts that finds not here an end There is not a word of truth III this Wo Him II never cease to love Rev P S lion son Baptist Brooklyn The Soldier In the flank Honor to time man who lends the charge who stands forth In tho great white light that bents upon heroic ticS lam but the more honor to the men who follow on amid by their coopera ton subordination and unity of action make possible time high endeavor and win time great success Rev Cyrus rownsend Brady Episcopalian Phlla lelphlu Vnnd ring After Strange Code Some women In this country and Europe have become fascinated with Bud llilsm I fall to understand that ns It teaches that women have no souls and is women cannot enter paradise It rects magnificent temples but has It my hospitals or asylums What hast dour with Its millions of dollars Buddhism Is a soulless atheism whose hlef end Is annihilation Right Hev John McKIm Episcopal Bishop of To tyo THE CITIZENJTHE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON IV SECOND QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES APRIL 27 Text of the Iemion Art II 11S Memory Crrra 7I Gulden Text tit i Commentary Ireimreil by Hev U Miurnf- opjTlght 1M2 by American Press Auo elation The Kontllci also received the wan of God The apostles and brethren that wen III Jutlivn heard this and It Is plain from the context that It did nut 111 them with Joy How unlike our lortl Jesus the most of ills disciples mire At one time some of the ajiostles foil like burning n town because the people would nut receive Christ anil nun they seem to feel somewhat like burn lug Peter because through him summit unclrcuiuclscrt people hind received Christ We receive Christ when we re ceive the word of God concerning Him It Is n simple find most reasonable timing to receive with meekness the word of God yet comparatively tau do It Those who do give Joy to our Lord Jns Johu xII J X When Peter was come up to Jeru salem they that were of time circumcision contended with him Though they hind boon for years with Jesus und hind been tilled with the Spirit they Jind nut learned the slg nltlcniHv of whosoever nor that In Christ Jesus neither circumcision avail eth anything nor unclrcuincislnii lint a new creature John III 10 Gal vl I u The feeling still exists In soinn ipiarters that It would be wrong to of ficiate or take the communion outsldu of ones own denomination 410 Peter rehearsed the matter from the the sixth hour Peter felt led to go on the housetop to pray and lie lug hungry would have eaten but while they made ready he fell Into u trance and saw this vision x U 10 At that very time the messengers from Cornelius were near to lullll and it was necessary tlml Peter should In ready to receive them and go with them which he certainly would not hove done but for this special vision It Is beautiful to set God prewiring Ills servants for the Biod works which He prepared for thIn It IX The Spirit had ma go with them AVhlle Peter was considering the sis nltlctinre of the vlskm tly iiiesMMicvr from Cornelius were at the gate In quiring for hiu and Instructed by the Spirit he called the men In nisi lodged them mill the next day he and six oth ers started with the messengers for Cicsnrei and the home of Cornelius This book might well be called the nets of the Holy Spirit In the name of time Lord Jesus In It we see God nod angels and men nil working together that omen may know the riches of lids gene und Ills wonderful love U Who shall tell thee words whereby thou and all thy house shall be saved As Cornelius told Peter why he had sent for him this Is what be said that the angel said Ieter would do therefore at the time of that vision neither Cornelius nor his house however do rout was Harfrt and Peter had to collie from Joppa to tell them the good news concerning Jesus Christ that they might be saved How few seem to feel as Paul did when he said I am debtor both to Greeks and to barbari alms so as much as In me Is I am ready to preach the gospel Rom 11 13 And as I began to ale tM Holy Ghost fell on them as on us ct the begin nine Chapter x 44 says While Peter yet spake these words the Holy Ghost tell on them which heard the word So It was while Peter was still speaking amt Just at the beginning of his ills course that God wrought so marvclous ly There was nothing III all tills gut up by man neither the discourse nor the results All was from God It Is my Increasing conviction that If we1 preach the preaching which God bids us Jonah III 2 the results will be nil that God pleases Inn Iv 111 16 Then remembered I the word of the Lord how that lie said John Indeed baptized with water but ye hall be bap tized with the Holy Ghost These ascension words Acts I f had therefore only a fulfillment at Pente cost Here Is mother fulfillment ands It goes on and will until the great fulfillment or lllfullment of Joel II JS 32 In the near future Jesus had told them that time Spirit would bring to their remembrance what He had said unto them John xlv 20 anti He Is now doing this with Peter 17 Forasmuch then as God gave them the like gilt as He did unto us who be lieved on the Lord Jesus Christ what was I that I could withstand God Peter vasIn the hauls of the Lord the Lords messenger the Lords story ant mill It was the Lord who wrought nil this us they might have expected He would had they believed what He commanded concerning giving the gos pel to every creature timid the prophecy uf Joel concerning pouring out Ills Spirit upon all flesh Before Peter and the other six Jewish brethren GUll did for the unclrcuuiclscd geiltlles Just what lie had done ut Pentecost for circumcised Jews IS When they heard these things they meld their peace and glorified God Baying Then hath God also to the gentiles grant ed repentance unto life The promise to Abrnm was that all Families of the earth should be blessed In him Gen xII 3 nnd It was written by the Spirit through Isaiah that Israel should blossom mail bud and till tho face of time earth with fruit Isa xxvll I One would think Jhat In the bless ng to this gentle Iffusehold through Petcr the Jew the brethren might havo een sonic fulfillment of these things and not have been surprised nt them Yet It is true that many prophecies still awaiting fulfillment when fulfilled shall really surprise u host of believers J pNNNNN NN HHI THE HOME IH N1 NIN N111NN NNN N1N The fortl lootlll front heuven la M IS own said n young girl lIinlll ought to mnko tho most of buy owl life but till most is so sniiill 1111111 only one Listen dear said hor friend tc a comfortable won of Bayard Tay lors about this Each separate nta Booms nothing but a myriad scatter uclstars brook up tho night and make it beautiful Nova mind your being only one but rejoice because you are ono of many God knows where you are and what you are doing Ho telletli tho numb of time stars He cnlieth thom all by thou nallllsor that Ho in strong in power not one fuiloth lie ear old for you amid for what you do and tho girl was comforted saying often to horselfOnly one but talc of many and there must bo many to do Gods will TRIFLES A rnhidroi hit little Ililnc Hut on the tlilmty ground It heap to make the flower nf Sprint And lul tpread ruiunl A ray of light nujr sets to he loolln the bUte itl dnjn HHtltitutvt roluloiKKxl mi tie Who seal It on Iti We II C Mrtimrlky PRIZES FOR HOMEDYED YARNS To revive the art of HOMEDVEISO wool and cotton Borea College is of feting a list of prizes for home dyed cotton chain and wool yarn in yellow green red black brown and indigo blue as follows For one cut 100 threads cotton chain or2f threads wool yarn coarse enough for coverlid weaving and spun ou hand wheel LT IllZC IMP IMIK Indigo Blue dark to 00 100 II medium 200 100 n u light 200 100 Yellow 00 Ml Light Green 100 M Brown 100 ro Madder Roil 00 W Tho dyes must ho house made and not commercial dyes and tho receipt used in dyeing must bo given in writ ing with each color Tho College reserves tho right to give second class prizes of any color whereno firstclasa dyeing is offered Prizes will bo awarded at tho llouiiv spun Fair on Commencement Day Juno I HK2 Send time yarn by Juno 1 to MISS JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON Berea Ky Quod fur IthriiiuntUiii Last fall I was taken with a very severe attack of muscular rheumatism which caused me great pain and an noyance After trying several pro auriptions and rheumatic euros I de cided to use Chamberlains Iuin Balm jWbich I had soon advertised in the South Jeraeyinan After two ap plications of this Remedy I was munch better and after using ono bottle whs completely cured SULIE HIIIRIS Salem N J Forsalo byS E WELCH JR itA neighbor rule in with a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy when my son was suffering with severe cramps and was given up as beyond hope by my reg ular physician who stands high in bis profession After administering three doses of it my son regained consciousness and recovered entirely within twentyfour hours says Mrs Mary Halter of Ml Crawford Va This Remedy is for sale by S E WELCH JB r We promptly obtain V Bwi Foreign fiend model ketch or photo ol Intention Iroorelort Oil f4lentablllty For tree ori Patent w Sec and TRADEMARKS lletterThaii The question has boon I1skllIIIu what way are Chamberlains Stomach Si Liver Tablets superior to pills II Our answer Is They are easier and more pleasant to take more mild and gentle in effect and moro reliable as they can always be depended upon Thou they cleanse and invigorate the stomach and leave tho bowels in a natural condition while pills are more harsh in effect and their use is often followed by constipation For salo by S E WELCH JK NNNNNN1 I N1 NNNNNININ NNMNM THE SCHOOL 1NI N ININININ NNNINNNNIN INNN A SCENE IN THE WOODWORK SHOP Lot tiH take a look into tho Indus trial Building of Borea College while school is in session His 1015 a m and time class of tho second year trade boys is at its height As wo go up tho stairs for tho class is on time second floor wo hoar tho sound of hammers wsTho oysundorlht faithful instructions of Superintend out King mud Mr Koyl aro hnnl tit work trying to learn tho trade which is to lit them for future business and lifo Wo are now at tho top of tIe stairs anti entering the opon door wo look around Time first thing that greets us is tho smiling face of Superintend emit King After u fow social words with him w turn to view tho interior b611c1l1tH1with plans before thom in a rack made for time purpose Throo tmws hang at tho end of ouch bench In addition to these each bench is also supplied with a hammer a rule a maul a square and three pianos Everything is in perfect order in tho room Tho benches are clean suit tho floor is free from tho dirt no common in such places All the lumber is piled neatly in a rack made for tho purpose No loud talking or boisterous laughing is indulged in Every student keeps diligently at workAgain wo hear tho familiar voico of Superintendent King He is bidding us look at souls of the models which tho students have made Some are uponatahlo near his desk while others are in a closet with glass doors To the right of this model closet is a tool closet and check board All kinds of tools necessary to time ac complishment of the work are in this closet A student needing a tool must bring ills chock and put it opposite his number on time check board Tho bell rings announcing that tho class in dismissed Every student now puts his tools III thoir places loud with a small broom sweeps off his bench so that it will cloan when tho nod class appears Thou tho young men Tile down stairs cud pro ctxxl to further duties After talking with the Sux riutoudenta fow min utes wo also leave mud our pleusunt little visit is over- Time foregoing description of time work in tint shop was written by a member of time trade class all an exercise fort hn U Historical clans It is an account of tho work as it tummy bo seen there tiny day Visitors aro always welcome NN INNNNINN NNIIINNItillINNN THE FARM tINNNN NN t INNNNNNNNN1- FARM NOTES f There Is no loss orauy materl1 that IB applied to time soil if the ground is well prepared and rosily for a crop provided tho soil Is not too jwrous Inch particular Held requires spe cinl and careful treatment One plot of land may bo better adapted for a certain crop than another and time farmer must study the requirements of each field and crop Straight rows stare labor It m annoying to work any crop if the rows am crooked Carelessness inlaying off rows may cause loss of time and the work is also moro dilli cult with crooked rows Tho early rye will show itself soon after tho weather begins to moderate in tho spring and some tanners use ally ben leghi to use it for pasturage It in a mistake to use the rye too early as it tummy cause scours It is very laxative in its effects being watery tad a change from dry fowl to young rye very early in the season racy rev stilt in loss of milk There Is always n largo amount of coarso material in the barn yard that has IIltlor no plant food in it 18II1c ally if It has hIm exposed Such manure is not worth taking to the flouts and if turned under it will nuke the soil dryer in uunur Such ma terial should bo mode time foundation for a new heap no as to rot it down to less bulk and also to HIM Itall absorbent matter for fresh manure It dOlll not pay to uw old strawS berry beds Ifs new one can bo Marled every year Ifa variety gifts good results two years in succession it down well but too muck labor Is sometiinea required to keep an old bed clean An old strawberry beet should IM plowed under and uand for tame othrkindof crop that requires tho hoe which will prepare thugrouud for a new strawlxtrry bed time follow ing spring Goodfwcti potatoes are necessary if a largo crops ixpcct d Never at tempt to fconomlza on wtltl Oat time best as any mistake made will last Into time harvest Use whole newel and give more room in time rowa Whilu the lip routs from single eyes are breaking Mia ground time tops of whole potatoes will be largo enough to plow Merry farmers have lost money by cutting tho well potatoes into small pieces in order to reduce tho cost but for every dollar eared they lost from five to tOil on time crop Try Chamberlains Stomach t Liver titTablets the best physic For tale by S E WELCH JR RIPANSI had nervous indigestion and a general derangement of the en tire system It had been a continual torture for 12 years My blood became very poor and at times my too and linger nails would be diseas ed After eating would nit In a chair and put uiy feel on something to keep them from swelling and at tiniest would take off my shoos for the misery I had Whenever I experience anything to remind me of past ochOA I cannot be too elated to toll what Hipans Tabules hall done for me I still take one now aril thou because I know how bad have boon They wore just what I needed AT DRUGGISTSrThe five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a year u upn BEREA COLLEGE Founded lasts Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 30 Toacbors SOU HtiulontH from 2O States Largest 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not banish all of wit nnd humor was shown the WInew luinbin University Law school lie had not finished his lecture to u Par ticulurly unresponsive class when tho bell announcing the cudof tho hour sounded The pupilsimmcdi ntely gave plain indications that they were anxious to leave Ono minute gentlemen said till professor 1 have yet a few more pearls to eastXe York Tunes Edward Blake College Student IJy Charles H Sheldon A uthnr at In U Step Jofcow Ktrk Tht tVufiUlun f IiUlp Rttvno ItoUrt llardvt Sntn V OojVrttfW int en U s At IV UdtWM JttMUMrifl On chfrdQu Irllr an awkwanl ultruci1 of HPVora- lniuinfiiln Kilwani mnuacrtl to nay HeeIyou Iu your motlHT that I would ibi any IIlIhl I could for yyti Thnt wan before went out to HUll 1raiiclneo taut tall you want me tu count back bvre IInil room with youV Not It youre coming back JtiHt out uf iilly fur me njilbd VIIIU llftliiR hll bi nd and MarliiK html at IMwnnl Nut Pity hilt IxiauKi waut to Tointt uu tlirn Mild WIIIU bin tOll changlm Then hi addtil Vlmtn till Im anyway No youre nut The president Ha me an Mild that WlifntuuH ntutemiiit clmiiKnl tilt vnnf iiKiillist you I tell you WIlllH It you will lei drink aloue and cut tlm set youve INHII KOUK with nnd Ntuady down to hanl work you vail lluUh your iiillcge cfltirw with credit WIIIU pit up rolls the trunk anti boRnu to walk up and down through the room tramplua over thin artlclcn fiVtittirml on the floor Ill dn It IIP exclaimed t XeltM1h3 Ill turn out a crtnlll lo mother antI you yet Sltui you left me I havent Klvon a row ot burnt liniHH its whether I went to the Ih11ur not Hut It you come ahowIIncreasing excltoiiifiit an IMward toil ullutit looking at him If Whcaton luau IHVII present ho would probably have wild to Wllllit Will you do all thin on your own Htrcngtb7 Dont you need divine htlp to overcome your paHHlona Arent you afraid these good resolu tions will fall you when you are verily tompledY Aud mont of the hO11 III itttloge would have culled tutu n cnink for naylug It Kilwnnl kept Mill iHcaiiKO lie had no lilghpr Htandan for moral strength titan WIIIU had At last WllllM uk tcd down nod Kd ward and he talked over the whole matter of rooming together again IMwanl finally agreed to come over the next day ami when he went out WIIIU was soberly picking up bin things am Htralghtcnlug out hU room The whole affair In which WIIIU hand figured wan settled at lant by the nummary dlflmlxxal from college of three ot the worst uncut In It against whom It wax foully proved that they laud boon guilty of the picture paint lug A few otherH were nUKiwiidwI WllllM an l half a dozen mont were called before tho faculty anti severely rvprlmnndctl natal cnmiHllml to make good the furniture and oilier articles destroyed III Wheatoiis room WIIIU nlloloIlUll peuentlly with the ellmluatlnn of Home of Us worst elcmeutx Then Kdward and WIIIU resumed 1I0tIllultoWlllld lit hllllhll strictly to hU college work anti kept good hours stud Kd ward could Hud no fault with tutu ou that score Hut as the term went ou there were many little thing that an noyed Kdward and titanic WIIIU corn pany uuploaMimt He bore It sill silent ly nud kept very busy with his work Nevertheless moro tItan once be wish ed he was rooming hlotip and almost repcntcd luau of hU own overstrlct Interpretation of duty It was about thU time that Presi dent Itoyce began huts chapel talks on wnr which attracted attention out stilt of the college owing to the titter est of the world taut only In the con lid III the Philippines hUt fur the war III till Transvaal between Kuglaiid and tho Dutch republics That recent de bate III the college between Kdward nod Wilson land also excited a good dual of talk and when the president announced one Friday that he would begin a chapel talk ou war III general the entire college listened with au lu tense Interest never before shown for any of the previous talks The existence of war In tills age of the world began tho president Is reasonable evidence that we lire as a world still clinging to the barbarous inutiiods of might rather tItan living occutdlug to the gohUU ruth or thus Ser mon on the mount To quote from uue of our American men of letters This la a mail world Tlie great church crowded Tlie ancient torn liattleflaga Ire hunt high m the walla where the dusty red and yellevr raja from the atalnnl wlndona alrlke them The rnonmnrnta of Kenrrala who HeJ Dzhtlnt look down It the multitude anwiiK r here anil there uniformed aoldlera trim Ike Kirrl IOn And the prieal throne Hut aar unto ymi lore sour enrmlea ilo good tu turn that lule and ioweer ahall mute Ihee un Ihjr right chfek turn to him the other alw Vet no one amllee hut the dnhIC II Croati Or to quote again from an KuglUh newspaper published Iu Kotidou OCR IIIOODY WOIIK IS KOimi AFRICA We are not all mad with t e war feier Some ol ua are atltl Mne We aee tlirnuitli the inUt uf lira and know that there la murdrr Ivlng ureIra Whn Itllne along the strrt we trad tija flamlnr newiuier tstrra llrllllint Work Splendid fatally Charge lluera Cut to PIN md Ihi like headllnee we ie mm hurting mlf allea t mucentiateJ dratrurtlteiieM at their fri low men or ruihlnc at eaeh ulhrr thruttlnic their told ateel Into tbrlr fellowa iulvrrlii ttntlth butllrt r ttr Ikrm Ulllnf lying on the xrouiiU la IK trimitrd undrttuol llfrJinj la dratii1 we do not any lory It tniHttt mllilnc tu wlirllirr tbr llllnl and thu WMimlnl trr llrltMi toldlrti or In thrjr irr eur linillirri Tall ul Hurt tirctrr I St both ldtt the li trJ son against humtnlly It ti ill uniItlgtrdiv ifrr ahd dUliolltin the work of d rVnrM and drlutlon Ttirre may a little taste or a link IrM nillltur ftliWlle im tillI idor en tint teat rll urtl don nut dligulir the uixrrjr Iu ally tIne that remains unt WIn i nlnlIe turn one cl our natal gwit twmn trashing along II don hot Hind ou ivrrntiinlrt It kill emlwdjr within rrnh ihat wrIron llrothrrlwxxl Ion dun iKrcrinlor Wllr it tilt urgntiuiit of tlu xnvnce not of tile clrlllxeil titan II Ii lit re IlIrt of brute force gen lIe OIIL 11ur thc oilier or liolli have not cnoii li h nat In ii hty In ilum to Ill willing to Und brotherly wnyn a nil inca lie out uf n illllkiilty other than phyHknl tOrlII which contrary to II MH lilgher law nni nlway remiltM III mormons loss anil misery A Klnncu at the cost of war will gIve hit HOIUO idea of the awful wimtu of life ami properly which tills uu ChrUtlau uuael hued of stt t lug Ii ii auto ii tlhsiuutes rlllllllll Take the cost of a war vessel like the Oregon 171177 anil that U 11111I n HUiall llciu to Itoijlu with for the of ditilpineut miiiuuultlou pay for olllccru nuil crew cost of moving It or even of letting It lie Idle In any i urt U no in et hi enormous The coal bill of Admiral Dewiy for one mouth two years ago was JS1S7 Inuring our hrlif war with Spain Iu Cuba we Hpiut 1774SiS5 for additional voshd to use trniisK rli forrylH atii Nip ly etc A Mingle gnu with ltd mount IIhlllI an high an JSOUiO and It tire It each time The total exniisi of the SjuuilMli war Iu Cuba for the UnlltMl States lire tlltllctilt to estimate but for every tiny of that war the got ernment Patti out SOM 00 If we add to that the destruction of public and private proHTty It would be safe to ay Hint for every 21 hoiiru durliiK the war In Cuba over f lNOO was practi cally consumed Anti In addition for several wwliH utter the war actually closi d thU satiate ciKiilltun wont mi owltiK to the expenses which the war Involved fur NUttvnauct uf truopn etc which coutlnued Just the Kame an If war were In progrosn The entIre amount of money paid out by the United States ilurlUR March April May JUlie July and August of ISStS was 18000000 All tills money remember was expended to destroy life and property No matter what the cause of a war may IN whether It Is for freedom or rlchu or anything else the expense Is the name And hat U all we are discussing stow A camion fired In defense of aimes country kills anti destroys just the saute as one tired In comiuusl of tyranny It Is the awful waste of property that war brings that makes It such a fearful way of settlIng human quarrels Tim wars of the wiyld have drained It of vast resources and left a legacy of pauperism and bankruptcy nUll suffer Ing that agts cannot make good Na NIeous wars cost Uuropu over JJG XV 000000 anti 1000000 lives The Cri mean war of only two years cost GOO000000 anti tWOOOO lives Thexu tXH0K bodies laid sldu by ulilo would extend In an unbroken line from lucre to Chicago The IrnncoCcrman war cost a third of the entire French army In killed antI disabled over LWOOO lives nud an expense of 1500000000 Our civil war beginning In 18 0 cost us 1nX000 a tIny for live years It cost tu In actual direct oullny 8 lOOOOOIXJO and ctiuntliig demnictloii to property north and woulh 10000 000000 would unruly cover the cost u Mum rcprexeutliiK nearly oucfoiirlh tho entire valuation of the tulted States In 1SGO Single battles In that war cost In lives up Into the thousands Hull HUll 0K 0 Shlloh J40K Jettyshurg BTiOOO on both Hides VIckHburg Ml 000 the Vllilernes8 IkSOOO Stoaert lion 370X The entire number of northern fdlers killed was not fur from 350000 If every utah killed In till civil war had hind a private funeral thin hearses would have made a solid line from New York to Sun Francisco Add to these killed all time losses incidental III the famlllcH that were be reaved nUll beggared and you have only one of the awful chapters which war tins always written In the history of a sinful world In thin last century It estimated that Christian nations have destroyed 0000000000 worth of property and killed 0000000 men Iut these men In single tile nnd they would make n procession that would stretch clear across the United States trout Portland Me to Los Angeles Cal anti It would take them two months to march past a given point marching day and night without rest These figures have been compiled by lion Frank A Vandcrllp assistant secretary of the United States treas ury and George II Waldron- Ami yet these statistics of war do not begin to tell thin story of the brutal ducatlon of men made In Gods Im age The sorrow and the anguish and the havoc wrought by nil the mug list of stifceedlug events that follow every war art xluiply appalling this re sort to bruit ti torte Heritably lends to horrorH that an tutl escrl iii Isle In their effect upuii liody nud south Iteml the detailed accounto of home of the bat tles recently fought III the Ililllppliiix and Sliith Africa and we lire Nlckeiicd by tile mere reading lint Mime one may say Some vu i are surely Justifiable Those lIlIIlImt wen waged for human freedom like our own for Independence and again III order to defend till VllllllllholiO wars must hit ie been iicccKKnry ii lit rIgId Hut even It we grant that certain warn like these have livtter reason for being waged tliiin other wars war Itself as a method of settling disputes Is never till larIat Itt ii way if doing It In other words In ally war that the world ever saw one nation ur another one Hldu or another was to blame tot resorting to war It Is easy to set that a nation or a person unjustly as calling another Is more to blame than the one assaulted and under certain well known und undisputed conditions n nation or nn Individual might be lIst llIatl In protecting self it gil list n a Huult even we would be JiiHtllled III resisting the iminlrroii attack of an Insane man nr a mud dug If we or our dear oiien were III danger from their attacks Hut It Is doubtful If the Christian nations have ever done all In tlielr power to avoid war even war of t hit kind that might be called a war of wlf defense The more Christian the nations become the less nUll less UlIoutward excuse till war can lie found Kuglnnd was too far advanced along ulIIItculoul Ics It wan an Inexcusable war front her sti tot Ut Kngluud today has tin righteous excuse worth uiiiiliig for currying on the war III South Afri ca U In monstrous proposition to advance that thht ace of the world with nil lmtghui ill ls Christian knowl edge and training by the Irlnrc of Icace there wan necessity to precipi tate war Iu order to Nettle the coat par allvely unimportant dlflVrcutrs that existed between tier and the iMllch re public Crauilng that the lujiutlcccum plained of WUN all It has been claim ed still It could not by any MisMlhy justify Will In the night of Cod or men Cau we Imagine Christ exhorting his illKclplcM to wage war for such a caiwe It Is easier for us to Imagine him Miylug again an he wild wtyen Oil cnrth Turn the other cheek It would Kccm that Christs teaching meant any thing even loss of lift rntlier than a resort to force to brute vloleuce III or tier to gain nur tunis War lane changed the history of the world more than nil Its Inventions or Us arts It lane kept thin world back III barbarism aud educated It Iu cruelty It has wilted out whole peoples living In a chosen life of peace It has carried wrong anti tdn anti idiamc and loss Into cnuntlcH home and lieu UK It Is n thing ahhorrcd of lloil mid directly contrary to the tcnchlng of his Stat the Irlnce of Peace To speak and King nud net In Its behalf Is to keep alive n spirit that ought to be no more a part of the 11111111111ut humanity 0011 speed thin day when the battleship shall rust at the wharf nnd the lug gnus Hhnll be silent tin long that the birds shall build their nests In them when the vast armies that stand as a drain to a countrys real need shall be rent home to till tIlt fields anti till the shops of useful Industry when the fabulous Rums now spent by thin world to e ulp nud maintain Its navies antI armies shall be used Iu producing food aud clothing nUll thin things that hu manity needs tar Itt comfort anti prog ress wln n the whole earth shall be tilled not with thin glory of war for the glory of war Is thin glory of thin lowest pit hut with tue glory of the Lord who came Intq this world to teach men that they were brethren anti ought to live together In love There was a good deal of discussion over this talk of the president and thin college Will divided In Its elllli ments Hut there was a growing num her of student who began to look nt the subject ns thin president did Among hose was Kdward There was mine thing In hue heart nnd mind that re fjpondeil with real feeling to the presl dents presentation Willis had begun to fall back Into hula old whys again There was no excuse for him lInt 111 WII Ill bore with ev erything up to a certain point with nl most Christian patience Willis had not begun hula former card playing In the room hill IMward soon learned that he was meeting almost every night cither with one of tho boys In the tipper ball or nt the old society rooms down town lie did uot seem to be actually drunk when he came In very late from these occasions limIt Kdward knew the haiti been drinking and the tlrst time lie noticed It he spoke to him about It You remember Willis what you agreed to do It I came back You promised to let the stuff alone Well havent I asked Willis with sonic Indignation No you know youve been drinking lately Nothing hut a little beer replied Willis doggedly Youve been drinking repeated Edward slowly And yon know one con dition of my coming back JVIIK that you let every kind of drink alone Willis went over to thin window und began to whistle Kdward boiled up suddenly ns he did once III a great while air you break your word with me again you know what I Khali do he exclaimed aud his usually quiet al most stolid face fairly blazed with passion All right said Willis briefly not turning around Then mutter a moment of silence he faced Edward with a queer look n I may not stay In college another year Ive got n plan for the future thnt may mean leaving here for good So I wont Ixither you very iiiunh lou ger And then to lila great surprise Wll Us nut down near his table and mild bigIliver a new leaf nnd dont want you willIIYouve turned over so many IIIWI leaves that I dont have much faith In youI dont blame you Ned Hut honest ginger I mean It this time Want to see what I eon do lust watch me for tile rest of till term Kdwnrd made no answer alit Willis opened his hooks and begun to study EhltrllrlcclIt1oil Willis hind been even better than his word lit hnd cut entirely loose from his lIst friends haitI stopped going out nights nud to the real astonish IIIl1lt lit llwllrll lie lanai n PIll iati ui self with zeal to lila studies Not a man In sill Hope could have excelled WllllM nt that time for real downright hard fjtltlifnl study He WIIII iigreeu bIn too so much so thud Kdward be gun to have n pleasure III the Intervals between tntlou period when ho l WIIII and especially hear him describe events In hula Hhort army experience WIlllH was a good talker and when lie chose to do so lie knew how to make hulmlt very agreeable The girls with most of whom Willis was n great favorite always spoke of Ills manner a fascinating and he seemed to bo csKclnlly gifted In thlll direction during that short time Immediately following hula last talk with Kdwurd and his promise of reformation Kdwnrd npeued Mrs Preston letter to him expecting II lint or two oM thank for his continued Influence over Wllll He lUll received a mug and very gratefully worded letter nt the time he went buck to room with Wll Us and one or two short litters sluice that time Hut he lund read only u stuart ails tancc when ho was startled by some news that upset him completely I llhat II II only right to tell you Mtnfthlnc el Wtllli future Unt etrn II lie us not run third everthine to you AlJ am quite sure be Mill forgive If imk word In lilt Iwlitlf It lull he no tnrrt to you that Wllllt Im it wiyt thought a grrtt lrai el your ilitrr Krmli llelure Mlletl fur tile rhlll lnrt lie ronfawd- to me that he loveil tact tixl leiet tne slay to marry her When he was it home after the low hit arm found thus tenting tad undertone on Hunt unlrn to lienHne n morn eniihitlc iet know he tarrIed that little olume of iioemt with him through all the lightIng around Manila Thor ta no qmdton that his feeling tat your sic ter U more than a Nwy It It a rral deep LeapbtrnSow what am ilwut to My may take you by lurprlw hut tot the uke of Wlllla iray that you will net dtanha It at untrurtliy of your thought Wlllla la iletermlneil to leave ratlege Dili mer and enter a liutlneva tu whlrh hi untie In New York liai Invited him Itran a very goo1 HMllion for a younic Olin with an i ured salary and a irrpett of iromotaon Willlt li couilKtent la do the work require l Jly brother want Mm to become a memlier of the flint eventually Tula U what Initiate to tell you hut it U what want you to consider calmly Wlllla want our sister to leave college to marry liOn and go to New York to lite roolltli aa this loundt at lint at I hare already told him there la sonar thing to ulj for It In the Stat slave Wlllla la older tItan the average college itudent and au la your sitter The low of the college course la a erloua thine to consider but other young people hue ocraifonalljr done this and they bate had happy u eful home Of cour e there la the mat ter of your alitera feelln I know nothing about her thought of Wlllla Probably you do My only thought of the matter l that If she does care enough fur my ton to become hit wife and leave her college courte you will not dimade tier from It Somehow tent aa If future de pendrd on the wife he hat If be thould IK dia appointed here there la no telling There was n step outside the door opened nnd Wllll entered Hello old man What are you read lug he asked as he noted Kdward lltllo old timii ifuiJ tire you rnnUntf standing by the window with the letter In lila hand A letter from your mother Want to hear ItV asked Kdward grimly Yes go ahead replied Willis care lessly sitting down at lila own table and putting his feet up on It us his custom WUK CHAPTER XII Edward began tile reading of Mrs Prestons letter In u low voice but with a good deal of excitement lIe was deeply roused by what shin hud writ ten and tremendously angry with Vail lis although If he had been nuked fo tell exactly why he might not have been able to tell very clearly lie read tim letter entirely through without once looking up anti Willis listened In silence without changing huts position When Kdwnrd lluUhed null looked over nt him he was evi dently angrier than ever for he denly walked over to Willis and ex claimed harshly What business have you to be think trig of such a thing us thUV j J Willis tooL his tNt down from the ta ble and looked at Edward quietly Ills answer partly calmed Edward who never remained angry or excited very long at a time I have no business to be thinking oct It If I have no business to care for a girl whom I have always honored In my thought You have not honored her In your hlleIfast crowd all this time lIIuIment thought he was going to strike luau with his clinched list Then lie turned his face away sinai re marked In a low voice Jhlltli true enough At the tame tlnle Ive said the same thing to myself I know this is true also It I theIialitiiuposIbInletter with his haul iiitont know whether it Is or not It depends altogether on your sister to sayI shall have something to say about It retorted Edward his passion rls lug UKUlll- sayifme She doesnt care for you and never savagelyYouquietly TO BE COXTIXUED A MIUAIILKMKDICINi For Uouglia ami Cold In Children hesitancyIing from coughs orcoldt says Chas M Cramer Faq a well known watch maker of Colombo CeylontIt has been some two years since the City Dispensary first called my attention to this valuable medicine and I have repeatedly used it and it has always been beneficial It has curedme quickly of all chest colds It is es pecially effective for children and sel dom takes more than one bottle to cure them of hoarseness I have per suaded many to try this valuable wed ilneand they are all as well pleased as myself over the results For sale by S E WELCH JR Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Peons wbo board themaelTea tall spend mucji or little as Ihejr chooae on living eipeuaoa It pays to bare a little extra moueylorlect urns books and other thing But the necessary expenaea are unlr aa follows To pay dayS MAIL HALL School Incidental Fee I 4 iiKz 1 Hospital Fee Zi penned about 2 III 2 Ocueral Deposit 00 00 Room stove etc I 00 2M Fuel and Oil 2 S Rent of Laundry Flnt Monthi Board 5 00 5 00 Liviug i725 iK the termpenaea 2authi i 50 Beginning ld Mo Board 6 00 S 00 Beginning Id Mo Board 5 00 5 00 257a 28r6 IGcnl Deposit returned 00 00 Totnl Ezpenae19 Weeks 87175 37 78 For those below A Grammar deduct the 12 for book and II from Incidental fee making the total only M47B When four girls room together each urea tl ou room and tl or more on fuel making the total only St75lfclaaaed below A Grammar Fuel Is cents more In Winter and M cents lea In Spring term Two rooms for housekeeping with atorea etc ran usually be rented for from ft lotSa term The prle of big culf a tutu tanbark or a fw hon apun beKloovera will gives trw of achool which wilt change oueai whole lit for the better jShuldu At III 1aat I recall now with horror says Mail Carrier Burnett Mann of Levau ua 0limy three years of suffering from Kidney trouble I was hardly ever free from dull aches or acute pains in my back To stoop or lift mail sacks made me groan I felt tired worn out about ready to give up when I began to use Electric Bitters but six bottles completely curedme and made me feel ike a new man Theyre unrivaled to regulate Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels per feet satisfaction guaranteed by all drugstores Three Years in Richmond And out of all the sets of teeth that have been made at my office if there is one set or any sets that show any defects I will make a new set free We are making the best set of teeth in the world for 750 and if detects show in Ive years we give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth I have wade or am going to make the best alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobaor Buildingnext door to Gov eminent Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students s11 rA MortgagOn Castle I and a dead mans good inten tions are equally worthless to a widow and her orphan children Take out a policy NOWwhile- you canwithThe Mutual Life Insurance Company I of Kentucky 1111 and provide something SUB STAXTIAL for your widow and PerlectionI IAN lIUECrc District Manager IllclimotiU Ky IV II 1ORTEIr DUtrlct Agent Herat Hanking Company lleren KyI BUY THE 16N4EFSEWING Do not bo deceived by those who aoV vertigo B 6000 SewIng Machine for 12000 This kind of n machine can be bought from us or any of our dealers from 1500 tof1800 WE MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tho Feed determines the strength 01 weakness of Double Feed combined with other strong points makes the New Home tho best Sewing Machine to buy I Wnte for CIRCULARS showing the event dtyles Howlngr Macl RO manufacture and prices bcforeonrchulnf THE NEW HOME SEWINS HASHING 60 ORANGE MASS OsIFOR SALE BY SISCO CO Nicholasville Ky THE MARKETS i KIPOKTID KT A O NORMAN 6 CO CINCINNATI Apr 22 j250 425 jCATrLECommon 450 625 Shippers590 69- 0CALVESChoice500 550 Large Common300 40- 0HoOlCOmmon690 690 Fair good light685 675 Packing700 720 SHEEP Good to choice 500 540 Common to fair800 475 LAMBS Good to choice 600 700 Common to fair425 ftj 650 WHEAT No 2 Red 84 85 CORN No 2 mixed Now 66 66 OATsNo 2 43 44 RTE No 2 33 6t FLOUR Winter patent 370 405 II fancy350 365 Pamily295 330 MILL FEED 1750 1850 Timothy 1250 1300 No2 1100 P 1125 No1 Clover 950 9 975 No2 800 950 PocLTnr Fryers per lb 12 101RoostersTurkey hens 10 Toms Turkeys 9 Ducks 10 EoosFresh near by 16 Goose 35 HIDES Wot salted 7 No 1 dry salt 10 II Bull 61 6 II Sheep skins 60 TALLowPrime city 6J Q 6d Country 5J 6 WOOL Unwashed medium combing 18 Washed 10nl 171 23 Tub washed 23 FEATHERS Geese new nearly white 44 IIgray to average 88 42 Duckcolored 28 85 Chicken white no quills 18 Turkey body dry 12 15 It Saved Ills Leg P A Dauforth of LaGrange Ga suffered for six months with a fright ful running sore on his leg but writes that Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Onl 25c Sold by all drugstores a THE CITIZEN 41I HAYNo1 I f LOCAL AND PERSONAL M M L N 1N Mrs Short has gone to her home in Illinois for tho summer Rev Lodwick will preach at Farris town next Sunday night at 730 Next week Welch will talkabout the Brown StarFivoStar Shoes House and large lot to rent En quire at THE CITIZEN OFFICE Judge J W Lunsfortl has boon quite sick the result of a strain Mr Bock pharmacist for S E Welch Jr was quite sick tho latter part of last week Mrs J A Baker and daughter Miss Kate of Wallacoton were in town calling on friends Monday See program for the Musical En tortainmeut of the 2Sth in another columnTho Glee Club sings again Mon day night for the Ladies Aid Come and hear them The swellest line of Hats Neckwear Underwear Collars and Cuffs at RICE S ARNOLD Richmond 1y Circuit Court has adjourned until Monday 23 because of tho death of Judge T J Scott Saturday April 19 Butcher Ramsey let a knife fall on his foot Tuesday and cut it badly Not a good place to cut steak from W B Beatty who graduated hero last year has completed successful year in dentistry at Howard College Washington D C The baseball game Saturday Dan vine Deafmutes vs Berea College resulted in favor of the Berea team 25 to 5- Rev Wra Lodwick and family havo moved from Ladies Hall to tho homo lately vacated by Mr R Short and family T A Robinson Jeweler Main St will have a package sale of jewelry on Decoration Day and at Commence ment at bargain prices Tho Faculty baseball team are showing the Scorchers how to play ball One game recently stood 27 to 17 in favor of the Professors Leo H Beckman a jeweler sales man of Cincinnati was in town Saturday and sold T A Robinson a fine line of watches Rev W A Eisenharts address to the students in the Tabernacle at Chapel service Sunday night was much appreciated J M Early of Bicknell k Early is suffering from a badlyulcerated throat He has boon unable to at tend to his store since Friday Miles Dudley colored was taken sick about April 9 and died Thurs day night of April 17 The burial was on Friday at Berea cemetery Four persons were baptized Sun day afternoon near Silver Creek bridge Two from the Disciple Church and two from the First Baptist- T A Robinson the Jeweler on Main Street has stocked up on fine watches One gentleman gave him an order for a movement to cost X50 straightProf Dodge has had a light attack of pneumonia necessitating his removal to the hospital but nothing alarming at present and there is very little doubt of a speedy re coveryMrs Hoag and Miss Robinson re turned from their trip Wednesday They visited the University of Ten nessee Knoxville College Tonn and Ashvillo N C and report a most enjoyable trip Do not miss the entertainment Monday night in the Tabernacle Tickets are low that many may come and enjoy themselves Fifteen cents each or two for a quarter Children ten cents or two for fifteen cents Rev W AEisonhart of Richmond preached at the Tabernacle Sunday morning to the Borea Church His subject was tho Lovo of Christ to man and mans hope in the resurrec tion as sot forth in Revelations 21 The ball team from Danville Deaf and Dumb Institute who played with the Berea College team Satur day wore a very nice wellbehaved lot of young gentlemen They play ed a good game but not good enough to carry off the honors We have tho sole agency for Rich mond and Madison county for Famous Queen Quality Shoes for Women PricesS300 Oxfords 250 A largo assortment of W L Douglas Shoes for Men at 2 50 300 and 350 Al ways on hand RICE AnNou RICH Morn Mr A W Pierce of Rodney C Pierce Optical Manufacturers of Saturdayya lino of optical supplies Mr Piprcc is a cousin to Miss Douglas Assistant Lady Principal of Borca College President Frost of Boron College has been unanimously chosen by the Northern Oratorical League of tho Universities of Michigan Minnesota Wisconsin Iowa Chicago Oberliu and Northwestern of Evanston as judge of thought and composition in tho oratorical contest of tho League this year Rev WlI Baker of Springfield an alumnus of Borea 89 has boon on a visit to his parents Mt and Mrs J A Bakerof Wallacoton Row Baker paid the Students Job Print and THE CITIZEN a visit Monday afternoon Ho says that his brother Thompson a graduate of Berea 97and his wife now living at Clear field Pa are rejoicing over their first born The following officers and teachers from the Deoftnuto Institute at Danville paid Beroa a visit Saturday Mr Martin Reed Foreman of Print ing office Miss Belle Lu us ford and Mr Max Marcossou Teachers Miss Flora Hodge Supervisor and Prof M T Long Superintendent of tho Colored Department of tho Institute Prof Long is a native of Madison county OUR COUNTY NEWS A K Lackey Sr died at his home in this county Friday April IS aged 81 yearsL Adams city editor of the JantayrajHi has leaigiivu uln tw sition on that paper Mr Geo D White of Richmond announces himself through THE CITI ZEN as a candidate for nomination as Circuit Clerk subject to tho action of the Democratic party Mr White enjoys the confidence of all who know him being esteemed an upright cap able Christian gentleman tho only stripe of man who ought to bo en trustedwith public business Judge Thomas J Scott of Rich mond died at his home Friday April 18 at 12 m aged 61 years Judge Scott was a native of Madison county He had held elective offices in the county continuously for 28 years and at the time of his death was occupying the third term as Circuit Judge which term would havo expired in 1001 Judge Scott was an able jurist his decisions were very seldom reversed lie was a man of sterling integrity and Christian character From early manhood he was a member of tho Methodjst church The funeral was ou Monday at the Meth odist Church in Richmond and was conducted by the pastor Rev II G Turner Tho burial was at Richmond cemetery 41j CORRESPONDENCE J i MfJACKSON COUNTY Program of the Coylo District Sun dayschool Convention Eerby Knob Saturday May 26 1902 Sinning by Congregation Scripture Heading and Prayer J W Winkle Welcome Addreu Charles Click Song by the Primary Department IlequUltesof a Good Sundayschool J It Durham Song Parki Sundayschool quartet Attention In the Sundayschool Allan Powell Song Duet and Chorus Dullness Seulon Song Parks BundayKho Quartet How to Secure Good Attendance John Macintosh Song Kcrby Knob Quartet The Community Without a Sundaytchool John Parki Duet Jamm Durham Charles Durham The Ideal Sundayschool C C Hudson Song Parka Sundayschool Quartet The Duty of Parents to tlieBundayKhool C VauWlnkle Song by Congregation Adjournment llencdlftloii MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Tho city schools are preparing for their closing exorcises Tho funeral of Miss Lutio Gray was largely at tended from the Plymouth church Sunday evening Rev O A Nelson olliciated Last Thursday evening at the residence of Mrs Monday in tho East End quite a number of young folks wore highly entertained in honor of the Misses Ftovens The Stevens family left for Loraiuo 0 on the following Saturday which is very much regretted by their many friends Miss Mary Britton one of the city teachers spent Saturday and Sunday at her home at North Fork Mrs Katie Vinegar is very ill at her home in Grave lleylIrs Dr Stevens addressed the Sundayschool Sunday morningTho remains of W H Brown were brought from Covington Wednesday and interred in thp Washington coraotory Rova R Butler and 0 A Nelson visited tho Fifth St high school Monday Mrs Ann Pearl whose serious illness was previously mentioned is much better at this writing MADISON COUNTY PEYTONTOWN There will be n supper given at the Poytontown church soon Everybody will be invitodA number of our pooplo wont to Richmond Satur day on business Mrs Suo Mason anti Mm Sallio Haynes have gone to Cincinnati for tho sutnmor Rev S M Watts and E W Mason attended church in Richmond Sunday Miss Allie Phelps and Sam Tevis wont to Cincinnati on tho cxcurison last Sun dayAlbert White is very sickat his homo Curt Shearer who lido been ill from pneumonia is better Board Shearer stuck a nail in his foot a week ago causing him much trouble but is ablo to bo at work ogainSid DIy the is recovering froth a recent illness Our folks aro putting in gardensHICKORY PLAINS Misses Florence Jones and Bertha Johnson wore the guests of the MUs es Viars of Scaffold Cane Wednes dayBert tho son of John Johnson is slowly recovering from an illnessI Sundayschool Hickory Plains is growing in attendance and interest T C Viars and daughters of Scaffold Cane attended tho baptizing at Sil vor Creek Sunday Misses Ellen Evans Lizzie Burdotto und Florence Jones and Charles Eavens took a pleasant drive to Slate Lick Sunday evening J W Shelby of Wildie visited the Misses Jones recently Miss Ida Maupiu is having a fine school nt Blue Lick Misses Myrtle aa1 Maud Johnson visited the lillllJoicoWhites Station attended the young peoples meeting at Glade Sunday night OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAND CITY Loo Congleton lost 1000 worth of timber from tho mouth of tho Stur goon last tideThe Sundayschool at Oak Grove has resumed Henry alfisbning for a large crop this season J L Peters who has been very ill fromlung trouble is botterSt John and Gentry are doing a fine business in tho Coal Bank Branch Jamen Conrad and JW Smith are visiting on Garden Branch Riley Wolf died April 11 His children aro left orphans their mother being dead too J C Morgan gave 5150 fora horso ROCKCASTLE COUNTY DISPUTANTA Miss Marthia Roberta visited friends on Copper Creek Saturday and Sun day Misses Nanuio Anglin and Grace Clark went to Berea Thursday Mr Cood Croucher and Miss Susie Martin wore married at tho homo of tho bridd April 1C Rev Rowlett oftio iating There was preaching at Clear Creek Baptist church Sunday One addition Eddie McGuire and little son Leo visited William Anglin and family at Borea SundayJ A Anglin went to Berea Wednesday on business Miss Nancy Lake of near Beroa visited friends ou Clear Creek last we lkRevII J Derthick of Berea preached an interesting sermon at the Hammond schoolhouse Sunday night Mrs W B Harris and littlo daughter Ethel of Bobtown Bro visiting hor parents Mr and Mrs W A Hammond Messrs Luther and Willie Rowlett Willie H Stephens Misses Parrie Leo Abney and Annie McGuire visited your correspondent SundayMr and Mrs R A Swin ford visited their daughter Mrs Moore of near Wildio Sunday Their littlo granddaughter Ethel accompanied them homo Messrs Blew ins P Alleu and Willie Blanton of Berea visited friends on Clear Crook Saturday and SundayRev II J Derthick will preach at the Hammond schoolhouse the first Sunday in May at 230 pm BOONEVILLEX Farmers aro preparing to plant corn Riley Wolfe a citizen of this county died on last Saturday from apendicitis He was buried on Sun day at the Mainous cemetery A B Cort will commence H Normalschool at this place on tho 21 inst assisted by P P Reynolds This school will bo a drill for thoso who expect to tako an examination this year There is n case o smallpox in BoonovilloLoon ard has just moved from Boattyvillo to South Boonovillo E T Reynolds has a fine oak raft ready to run nex- ttideMartin Rowland an old citizen of Major died a few days ngoMrs Jennings and granddaughter have moved in a vacant house of Mrs Moores at South Booueville A com pany of young folks to tho number of twentysix visited Mr and Mrs P P Reynolds one night last week and had a nice social Ohio College of- Dental Surgery JI Dept of Dentistry UniV of Cincinnati JI Central Ae and Court Street CINCINNATI 0 A Fine Property FOR SALE A Storehouse 20 ft by DO ft with two rooms 20 ft by 25 ft above with 3 room cottage adjoining on a lot fronting on Chestnut street andnext toBicknolUt Early store lot The lot is 100 feet wide running back to tho street For northIOAT Borea or B F GAT Lowell K- yIea OF iLTl- lis COLLEOE was organized in 1815 and the 57th Annual Session begins about October 1st 1002 Threo sessions of seven mouths each are required for graduation This in tho first Dental College established in the West It is co educational and has a teaching corps of twenty instructor Its buildings aro modern and well adapted to the requirements of modern dental education and its clinics are unsurpassed Optional Spring and Fall Courses in clinical instructions are also given Foes are SI 00 each session For informa tion Bud Announcement address H A Smith D D S Dean 116 Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio Canvasser Wanted to sell PRINTERS INK a journal for advertisers published weekly at fire dollars a year It toadied the science and raclico of Advertising and Is highly etiteenifd by the moat HucccMful advertisers in this country and Great Britain Liberal com mission allowed Address rillNTKIW INK Ill Nprur HI 0ur fir n uftltleaYt f r Lou isvil1c Henderson fIond Homeseekers ExcursionsA- T LOW RATES TO T- IIEWEST Tickets on Sato FIrSt and Third Tuesdays in MARCH APIUL and MAY 1902 thoetAlso Low Colonist One Wxy Rates to Northwest and California Points NON V For Further lnformatlon Add rasa GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trv Pena Agent Genl Pai Afent LOUISVILLE KY iir Watch this space next weekjai Two OU- RPets Railway1J And with such articles wo make our prices Never buy a wagon that you never heard recommended by anyone except tho mail that wants to sell it BUY STUDEBAKER WAGONS AND OLIVER PLOWS SOLD A- TWELCHS