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REV JOHN DODWELL Mgr Independent Weekly S yllhSlr Devoted to lie rAtlferat at the uaHlalfuflIIUunlldVorHE CAnInterests FARM of SCHOOL 50 CENTS A YEAR IVOL III A Family Taper BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY I 1902 Fifty cents a year NO 45 11 IDEAS Cultivate oftou nad thoroughly Do euro and cloan up youryurd ho Toro hot sun coinoH- Raiuo nil the chickens you cnn take good cnro of Food your rows regularly oruu whoa grass cronies It will pay In button Put in all tho garden you can tend Broad and meat uro the most ox pun slvo diet you can Wan Have plenty of garden saW TAKE NOTICE Rev Henry M Curtis D D of Cincinnati 0 will preach at thin Tabernacle uext Sunday morning at II oclock Rev Dr Henry M Curtis of Cin cinnati 0 will conduct tie College Chapel services ut the Tabernacle next Sunday night On Monday night May at 710 oclock Rev Henry M Curtis D D of Cincinnati 0 will deliver a very interesting lecture in the Tabernacle Subject A week of Commencement Exorcises at Wont Point Military Academy FROM THE WIDE WORLD Thu question of universal suffrage is being agitated in Sweden- It ia estimated that Belgium has coal dwiposlls worth I2MW0 X000 The Cabinet of Norway has resign el and a now cabinet In l wing formed American Mormon iniwiionnriw were eiH llod by the alien from East Prussia M objectionable characters The King of Belgium has grunted thin Anglo Belgium Company n con ceHMiou to build the Cape to Cairo Railroad through thin Belgian Congo Au automobile built in Paris servos a urine in Peru So America IIIW feet above tea level making three round tripe weekly between the mine and tho rout a distance of 12 tulles IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The agricultural appropriation bill reported to tho House carrion about UOOXX Tho Anti Cigarelto Loaguo of Chicago is waging war upon tho cigarette dealers The Senate passed tho Rivers and r Harbora bill carrying an uppropria rtion of 170000000 without debate t now line of refrigerator steam ships U to lw established between thia country and Great Britian The now line will ho controlled by a Brilish American syndicate The American Pocking Association capital 5000000 won organized at Wilmington Del Friday to com hinD 13 fruit and vegetable canneries in Now Jersey Delaware and Mary landThe United Sates Steal Combine has a capital of 1MX000000 lilt actual profits last your were five times as great an tho entire missionary offer ing of Canada Great Britiau Got many and the United States COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Forest fires in tho edge of North Christian and Hopkins vountioa have destroyed property to tho amount of IUiOOO Bono TomOllcllIt minor was Htruck by a train on Sunday on tho L it N railroad two miles south of Hopklusville and killed Derry Howard who was accused of complicity in the Goebel murder was acquitted by the jury who wore sot to try him last Friday Tho City Council of Paris on Fri day night last paused an ordinance prohibiting live bird shooting tourua Meats within tho city limits Shanks Co of Memphis expect to erect a pump and furniture factory at Livingston Kockcastlo county giving employment to 100 men Tho Welch Hackney Coal and Oil Company are to put in a pipo lulu in Knox county soon This is needed us largo quantity of oil is already tanked on Richland Crook Circuit Judge Parker on Monday in tho Lexington Circuit Court hold that J T Farmer republican hind boon elected over J C Herndon democrat for magistrate in tho fourth district Two parties of revenue oflicers iufarMcCoy und three of his men were captured by a posse under Deputy Marshal woro ro oxplunationai t r SENSE OF TOUCH Importance of Its Training Compared with Sight and Hearing Tho loading education experts not only In America but overjwhero else mire now insisting that manual train ing shall gb Into tho schools in nil tho grades from tho lowest to tho highest It is not only a question of loaning to do by doing but tho question of developing nil tho brain area whllo time child is going to school This can bo done only when tho sense of touch plays an equal part with tho sense of sight and tho sense of hear ing in tho education of n child It is now known as a physiological fact that tho brain area which must bo de veloped through tho souse of touch is much larger than tho brain area do veloped by tho sense of sight or tho sonsoof hearing HON G R GLENN State School Commlttlontr of Gear via IGNORANCE AND POVERTY A States Greatest Wealth It an Educated CItizenship In an able speech before tho State Teachers Association at Chattanooga TeuiibsatM Hon S G Heiskell of Knoxville declared that no people can succeed that does not nourish public education Wo must remain her ho said that n stale does not consist of bonnes and lauds and fac tories and rivers and harbors and railroads and orchards end climate tho state consists of tho ooplo and as tho people are educated tho stale be comes wealthy and as tho people are ignorant tho state remains poor No matter what our resources may bo it takes an intelligent people to de- v lop them Ignorant people do not know how or when or where to de velop the gifts of nature and they sit and do nothing until others who are bettor educated in science and industrial arts Como in seize tho available opportunities purchase for a pittance tho undovelojHJ possibilities and thus become wealthy while tho nativo population remain poor in tho midst of surrounding natural wealth anti continue practically the hewers of word and tho drawers of water In tho laud of their nativity A SCHOOL AND A GOOD SCHOOL Itr order to have a school six things are necessary children teacher moans to pay the teacher a placo to tORch books and methods In or der to havo a good school six things aro necessary children who attend regularly a trained teacher sufficient means to pay tho teacher n comfortable and attractive phco to teach In good books and good methods Kvelyn Royal A Fine Property FOR SALE A Storehouse M ft by W ft with two rooms 20 ft by 25 ft above with 3 room cottage adjoining on a lot fronting on Chestnut street and next to Bicknell R Early store lot The lot is 100 feet wide running back to tho street north For prices and terms apply to J L OAT Boron or B F GAY Lowell Ky 6110 Hour to llrnurnte Vrlvrl Trench chalk rubbed In lljhtly will remove grease U from velvet or time chalk may be dropped on and al lowed to remain for twelve hours To restore the pile on velvet hold It very taut over tho steam from n linn of bollliiR water keeping tho right side on top and having sonic one beside you to brush tho pile up with n stiff whisk until it looks as It should If this part of tho work Is carefully done tho results will bo most satisfactory Iron to BInke Apple Ilulillnir heat two eggs add one cupful of sugnr and bent well add one cupful of milk alternating with two cupfuls of Hour In which tins horn mixed three level tcnvpoonfuls of baking powder then add two tablespoonfiil of melted butter turn this into n buttered dish and cover with sliced tipples sprinkle augur over and n slight grating of nut mug bake thirty minutes In a quick oven servo with lemon sauce brow to Clean 1alnlrd Door White pulntud doors skirtings etc should not bo washed with strong soap or in fact any soup at nil as it is likely to reuiovo tho gloss of the paint Tho best treatment for such delicate woodwork Is to dip a wet flannel In bran and rub it over louurfuco of the wood IUB NOTICE T On April 10 1902 at a regular meeting of tho hoard of trustees of tho town of Boron Ky the following ordinance was offered and passed its first reading If it passes at tho next regular meeting of the board it will nt onco become lawORDINANCE Tho Trustees of the Town of Bcrea Ky do ordain as follows That any person riding a bicycle on any of tho sidewalks of Beron Ky shall bo fined not loss than one dollar and not mow than ten dollars for each offence This takes effect at its passage K L ROUIXSON Town Clerk April 12 190- 2REPAIR THAT LOOM Bores College has secured market for homespun and hotno woven goofs such as bed coverlids linen dross linsey jeans blankets etc at follow lug prices Covorlids T1 to 5G Linen 10 to U cents a yard Dross LiiiHoy 50 cent a yard Jeans 00 cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes a pair White linsoy and white blanket are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must ho 2 yards 72 inches withand 21 yards UO inches long All dyes used must bo old fashioned bomomado dyes Any woman who wants to soil cover lids or homespun to Boron College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave o r spin For information apply in per son or by letter to Miss Josephine A Robinson Bcrea College Bores Ky ANNOUNCEMENT Wo are authorized to announce Goo D White qf Richmond nscaudi date for Circuit Clerk of Madison county subject to tho action of tin Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announce Roy C White as candidate for Circui Court Clerk in Madison county sub Joct to tho action of the Democratic parly108OJ BRICK Fon SALE About 2WOOO firstclass brick very hard Will sell all or part to suit purchaser Tho brick may bo seen on my form near Whites Station Address or call on Oleo D White Richmond Kyorset man on the farm HKV1N YKAIIS IX IIFI Will wonders oven cease inquire the friends of Mrs L Pease of Law ronce ICan They know she had been unable to leave her bed in seven year on account of kidney and liver trouble nervous prostration and genoraldebili ty but Threo bottles of Electric Bitters enabled mo to walk she writes and in three mouths I felt like a now person Women suffer lug from Headache Backache Nervousness Sleeplessness Melan choly Fainting and Dizzy Spells will find it n priceless blessing Try it Satisfaction is guaranteed At all druggists Only 60c This will save your Life By inducing you to use Dr Kings New Discovery For Consumption Coughs and Colds Tho only Guaranteed Cure DruggistABSOLUTELY CURES ronchltllWhooping LungsTRIALRegular Sisa fiO cents and 10ft IlDR TRUMAN W BROPHY Dean e Dont Use- Spectacl es Unless you need them and if you use them be sure they fit your noel I will give thorough examination with the above instrument FREE OF ciurutE which always indicates the correct glasses to use It you dont need glasses I will tell you so A Robinson IT Optician and Jeweler St Berea Ky ESTABLISHED 186- 3MADISON MONUMENTALWORKS Head stones urns monu ments and marble and gran ite work of all kinds Prices governed by of ma terial Prices reasonable Only first class work done All work guaranteed J T Hamilton Prop RICHMOND Ky MAIX STREET Oppoilt HUnlon Coal Yard lJ3 unL 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE r TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS 4cAnon tending a ttttrb and ascription mar Qt uonrialn our opinion r an pjl titM3 Comtnvntm henatldlrrotoedeut ilIluldbgtoaluea4 aeeunnrpatentYatenu y ipttlat not let without chirrs in the Scientific Americana handtomelr lllnnnlod wekl7 IJIMMI ctr Tiarta iUNN CoeetdwrMawYpl i aranm oa FOR HANDMADE FANCY WOODWORK in hats sunbonnets fancy baskets of all descriptions napkin rings in allcolors Send your orders to MISSES M LSD L CARTER BEREA KENTUCKY irlcci ycry reasonable and all work wellmade 3S4J iiniNT MAitiiv YOU SIDNEY The Boston man who lately marri Iloda sickly rich young woman is now for ho got Dr Kings New Lifo Pills which restored her to perfect health Infallible for Jaun dice Biliousness Malaria Fever and Aguo and all Liver and Stomach troubles Gentle but effective Only 25c at all drugstores Chicago College- of Dental Surgery Dentil DtptrtBCGl ol Lake Wrat Usltmltf The Twentyfirst Annual Coarse of Instruction will begin Oct WlflOl In order to comlI6tIJ the course of Instruction In turoo rears It In necessary to enter the coming nesiloalSKCllOIas a four year course will be required thereafter College building and equipment offer unsurpassed facilities to the dental student Fur announcement and descriptive booklet address Wood Harrison Sts Chicago fi1 PICK YOUR SUIT From our great stock of reliable clothing All styles sizes and prices for your selection At 5 6 650 At 15 18 20fYoull find plenty of neat ser A grand elispl f of oxtra viceable suits the very best in suitshandmade throughout notany market at the price and hold their shape in stylo and satisfy the finest dresser At 8 SIO 1250in the land JA great collection of fine alltr wool suits perfect in every Special sizes for all shapes and and tho most generous values over a tailor to alter when necessary in I offered iu Central Kentucky sure a perfect fit in every case Covington Banks OUR SPRING STOCK manship For the farm work our Collars llamas Backbands Chains etc are lower in prico than usual Come and see m- eT j1 J MOBERLY KY l to J T McClintock Main St Opposite Court Houso DR M E JONES Dentist e MillineryStore Office Days Thursday and Saturday of each week Special Notice to Our Reader Thl paper It on tile at the ofllce of The Chi cago litter Ocean IHMUK11U tint Mouroe Street Oilcan where our reader will be courteoutly erreted who may raw to rail upon The muter ceetnglhtiughbe found errry tnrcbanlral anil aclentlfle Im prnvrinenl of the nn Iu connection with the tired nf a great newspaper It It a rare treat to anr one In the subject and would be taken advantage of RICHMOND I KENTUCKYt1l ondcompleteOur RICHMOND Successor I Friday RICE ARNOLD IiRICHMOND KY Shoes Hats Gents Furnish sings r agentsinRichmond MEAT 1VIARKETea I have reopened the Meat Mar ket on Main Street Fresh Meats VegetablesinM B RAMSEY Berea Ky Fair Dealing Pays And that is one reason our business is increasing We sell ypu in a way to bring us your Future Trade and that of your friendstspring Styles for 1902 l c New Rockers Ladies Desks Couches Dining and Bedroom Furniture and many attractive articles to make tho home comfortable Picture Framing Carpets Matting Rugs UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTYa KyNight Hats == = Hats For the boy for the father for tho girl for the mother Spring Hats Summer Hats Seasonable Hats in straw crash and other materials Price 5 CENTS AND UP at Bicknell Earlys i L u = = = tU r L NNNNt1 NNe NNiONNe I 1Crutcher have a fine line of Spring and Sumi Ieyou their goods SEE THEIR LATEST i IN OXFORDS a i N NNNee- 1 THE CITIZEN A CLEVER PLAN How limy Township Rot Iii Good Gravel Iliiniln Probably Kay townsbln In Macon county Mich has the best gravel roals of any township In that state ways II S Karlo In told Roads Mupi ziuo This Is the result of the efforts of Oil IL Iovt Joy who Is such a shore g iitlvuotito of good roads that he wouldnt bo cnntcntpil until the highways were what they should bo Mr Lovejoy prevailed upon the hoard to buy a gravel pit then he urge every farmer to haul n load of gravel homo ever time he passel the pit and put It on the road In front of his own farm Offs begun the formers saw what an Improvement gravel Is over the an nual scraped buck wornout earth The board then purchased two more pits h i different parts of the township and at the migKcstloii of Mr Lovejoy offered hunllgroelone skin of the road one winter and on tilt other tilde the next The first winter the farmers turner out strong and the town had to pay for 11700 days work which was a bin starter Each year for several years the town ship has nude appropriation of from 1000 to 1300 and today practically all of the roads of the township art graveled Tills Is n client but a sure way to pet better highways nut of course stun to those Kclentltleally built by the use of road machines but a big Improve ment over KcrapliiK the dust mud mud from the ditches Into time roadway ev cry year BITUMINOUS MACADAM It IroinUe tit Mnkr the licit Titvr newt liver luvrutril During the past year n new kind of road Improvement has been Inaugurat ed witch promises to turn out the best nod cheapest permanent roadway ei ther for highway or pavement for cities ever yet Invented It has been used In Canada fur several years and with large success at Hamilton where It Is known as tar macadam Here It Is called bituminous macadam anti has l been Improved and given a very third ble form During the past season well on to 100000 square yards have been laid In different New England cities and In sotto cities of the middle states stud middle west Just recently a contract was awarded nn Ohio pavement com pany for laying three mules of this iRtunilnous pavement on the state road In Ouyahoga county leading out of Cleveland at an expense of 09000 Wherever It has ben laid either In this country or In Canada It is said to have given unvarying satisfaction The manner In which It has been laid In till New England cities has given It n per manent form which Is likely to make It one of the strong competitors of the asphalt trust for It Is as smooth ax asphalt more elastic less noisy and promises to be more durable mud more easily kept III repair although costing about half the price per cubic yard of sheet asphalt In New Bedford Low ell Homervllle Cambridge Holyoke and other places where It has been laid it has given the utmost satisfaction State Commliilonrr Needed What Is needed by our People in the matter of public roads are education and agitation with a view to securln the appointment by the next legislature of a commissioner of public roads ways tie Goldsboro N C Argus Such a man must c u competent man He must not only know a good road when he sees it but he must be able to build a goof road He must also be a man who can talk to the people who can tell county commissioners how to ponc- ebondsau educator In fact He must visit every county in the state at least twice a year lu order to secure u competent man he must bo paid n liv lug salaryray 2500 u year or about 23 a county And such a tuna will be well worth to any county many times that sum each and every year What Good toad Will DrInK We need good schools In our country districts but we cannot have them without good roads we need better church privileges In the country but wo cannot have them without goad roads we nerd better mall facilities In the country but we cannot Prove them without good roads we need better cSal advantages In the country but we cannot lava them without good roans we need more accessible markets fur country produce but we cannot have them without gout roads General Hoy Stone e Lonnrcllcutii IllulMva Cuiiiiulimlun Connecticut has a highway commis shun which cooperates with the towna anti counties in the construction of tine roads This commission has spent an nually over 100000 since 1S95 In the building mud maintaining of new roads The funds for constructing the public roads arc furnished the state county and town the first supplying onehalf now although formerly It was respon sible for only a third Good Ilouii and Free Delivery According to n western paper laud In its section along ono of the newly established rural free postal delivery routes has Increased from 2 to 5 per acre This Is another argument In favor of extending rural free delivery and it la indirectly on argument In favor of good roads Saratoga N Y Snratotrlau Not u Matter of Sentiment Itoad improvpment Is no longer c matter of sentiment but is a question of ways and means and scarcely n taxpayer In country or city grumbles at fair appropriations for this purpose CARE OF THE FEET lion to Trent Tender Feet Corn and liiitrotvliiK Xntln Tender feet nr caused by wearing stockings too thin for the weight of the shoe and of course nn III shaped boot or shoe or ono not mtlllelently porous to admit of the escnpe of per splratlon will nho else tender feet says the Philadelphia North American The best treatment for tender feet Is soaking them nightly In bran sand wa ter or salt water Let them remain In the footbath fully halt an hour Noth lag so rests torso fort as the salt foot bulb Coldness of the foot Indicates dell cute health and Jmpalred circulation Cold feet urn destroyer of complex lOlls It Is sold that rubbing the feet soul ankles with the barn hands press lug just as strongly as the feet can en dare for ten or tlfteen minutes every night Just before retiring will euro the most stubborn cases of cold feet Corns are horny Indurations with a very sensitive nucleus or Ixise and ap pear on the exposed portions of the joint of the toes They are certainly caused by an undue anti continuous pressure nnd will usually dlsappoMr with large easy shoes otherwise though frequently taken out tln will reappear There are Innumerable remedies for the removal of corns The most com mon and iNiputar contain extract of cannabls Indlcn anti IIIllIc tlc acid or tattle nr nestle Hold The usual mode of usage Is to apply the remedy for four or the nights consecutively On the fourth or Jlftli night If tin nppll cation has been successful after n hot footpath the corns can be picked unit with the lingers Nails that have n tendency to grow sldewlsp should be kept carefully pared Where the nail grows Into till flesh It may be cured by making a V shaped cut In the center the broad part of the V at the top of the null For Ingrowing nulls Munlii also advises bandaging the toe with compresses saturated with perchlorate of iron How to Milk nil Ottoman An ottoman If space will allow Is very useful thing to have in n amid would loon well lit the toot of tai bed This Is easy to make at a 11 small cost as an ordinary woolen to can be made to do duty Line inside Riot forgetting the lid with glazed lin lug or anything you tally have by yo will do so lung as It Is clout and tidy If the box you are using IKISSOSSOS binges so much the better but If not you must get some for It would be use less without except for a beat The out side should be fiuunoled this box jwrt not the lid and a llounco mode long enough to reads the ground Thu best wily to tlx this Is to sew It on n tai e which In Its turn Is sowed to the lining of the box The lid must next b measured timid n cushion the exact size be made The stalling might be of ex colslor but it must be very full and bo finished off with a frill about four ouches wide to cover the Joint A piece of webbing or u strip of the material neatly doubled about eighteen Inchon long should be nailed to either side to prevent the lid falling back too fur when opened How to IoIUli Window The action of the sun moisture and carbonic acid in the air on the soda or potash In the glass produces an opaque ness more or less pronounced To re move this wet the glass with dilute hydrochloric acid and after n few min utes go over the glass with powdered whiting Iour the acid slowly into thu cold water using tour ounces of th u acid to twelve ounces of water one plat and a half Polish with chamois or soft paper It must bo remembered that this acid will attack metals and should not be allowed to touch thou nor should the bottle lie left open an Instant longer than necessary us the fumes are very destructive Ho v to Make Indian Corn Cake Sift a cup of lour two cups of In dian meal and two teaspoonfuls of baking powder with a teaspoonful of salt together In u largo bowl Make n hole In the center of the meal and Hour and work in two and a halt cups of milk throe eggs beaten very light two teaspoonfuls of sugar and n heaping tenspoonful of butter melted Mix thoroughly pour into u greased mold and bake In a steady oven until n straw conies out clean from the thick est part of the lout Eat at once Iron to Make Cocuuiiut Iuddlnir Soak one pint of stale bread for two hours In one quart of cold milk then beat two eggs with onethird cup of sugar and one teaspoonful of salt and stir Into them bread and mill then add n cup of cocoauut and onethird cup of flnely chopped citron Turn Into a pod ding dish and bake for fortyfive min utes or steam one hour Serve with creamy or hard sauce Itowt Cure Neuralgia A towel folded several titles and dipped In hot water and quickly wrun nnd applied over the toothache or neu ralgia will generally afford prompt re let Tills treatment in colic works like mangle There Is nothing that so prompt ly cuts short a congestion of them lungs sore throat or rheumatism as hot wa ter when applied promptly stud thor oughly now to Reduce Your WelRhi To reduce ones weight cut off ono meal a day breukfURj preferable Take a cup of clear coffee sipping It slowly Live largely on lean meat Take plen ty of exercise Avoid sugars timid starchy foods How to Itemove Corn Soak an onion In vinegar for four hours Then split and tie on corn and l tlt remain over night In the morn lug thejcwuwa yIJJelljly removed THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON V SECOND QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES MAY 4 Text of the Inn Act xl ItlttO Memory Vemm SJ 21 lalden Test APtH xl Commrntnrr Iri tnrcd ti Ilev Strnrim ICopyrtuht 1902 by American Press Anso elation 10 Preaching the word to none but unto tho Jews only Thus sold those who wore scattered abroad upon the persecution that arose about Stephen and In chapter vlll we are told that all were scattered abroad except the apostles The twelve were originally commanded to go nei ther to the Samaritans nor to the gen tilts but rather to tho lost sheep of the house of Israel nod on sue occa sloe our lAird said I am not sent but unto tile lost sheep of tilt bouse of Israel Mutt x 5 0 xv All this was however changed before Ills as cension nnd tho command was plainly given to go unto nit the world and to every creature St The hand of tho Ix rJ was with them niKl a great number Ittllevvd ont turned unto thu Ian lttlldyout ones were bolng gathered unto Him to whom nit must commit whether Jews or Greeks for there Is salvation In no other iv 12 The Jews ask for a sign and the Greeks seek potter wis door but to those who accept Him both Jews and Greeks Christ Is the power of God and the wisdom of God I Cor 2221 The good tidings of tilt kingdom nnd of the gospel of tho grace of loud when faithfully proclaim ed will always owned of God to gather out Ills elect 2 a Who when lie ems and hd seen the grace of Ooh geed and exhorted them all Halt with purixwo of hut they would cleave unto the Lord ThIs Is written of IlanmbaR whom tho church at Jerusalem sent to An tloch when they hoard the tidings of till Grecians turning to the Lord They could tot have sent a better man tlmn this one who had already proved him 83aix 1T Ho Kindly recogiilwd 1tawhether In a iwiwoutlng Saul or In the thesexsaved people to ckuvt tu t intone mud not to nag of their trackers ofuran people wa added unto UM Ixrd Our Lord Jetiii wild Tinre Is none good but one that In God Murk x IS tbvrtfore IlarnaUas wits In God and God WAS in him through Tarsus Christ lira goodness seas thu rlght OOUHIIOCH of God In Christ Many are thus righteous who are not tolled with the Spirit but Marimbas WHS Spirit filler Kph v IS as every believer toathe Lord it nutttera lotion to what so called church or comixtny of Chris tines they are added for there Is no salvation in anything short of being a part of Christ Himself 2S C Then departed Harnabes to Tar Ins fur to seek SauL Ho found him and brought him to Antioch and for a whole year they abode there and taught touch people After Barnabas had persuade thu apostles that Saul was really n disci ple he preached so boldly at Jerusalem In the name of the Lord Jesus that the Grecians went about to slay him Thou the brethren sent him to Ctvsa drea and to Tarsus Ix = J31 and there ho hind evidently continued until now and we can have no doubt but that ho proved a faithful witness In ills own city antI to his own people It Is refreshing to see liarnabas and Saul together again and to foil thqiu teaching the people at Antloch for a whole year Very much Is often accomplished In a week or even a few days of Illblo study but how great things must have been accomplished in that year of teaching by these two Spirit filled men nt Antioch The church today sorely noels simple noble teaching that tho people may learn to eat the word of God 27 23 And In these days came prophets from Jerusalem unto Antlooh Their message was nut a cheerful one for tidings of n coming famine ore anything but cheerful yet It Is well to bo forewarned It you have learned some helpful lessons from tho famine stories In connection with Abram mime Joseph Ullmolcch and the oth ers you wilt not lack for profitable meditation upon these verses It Is blessed to so trust in the Lord mind have our hope In Him that we shall bo trees planted by the waters spreading out our roots by the river with leaves always green not Boeing when heat cometh and tot careful in the year of drought nor ceasing from yielding fruit Jer nil 7 8 U 30 Then the disciples every man ac cording to his ability determined to send relief unto the brethren which dwelt In Judwa which also they did and sent It to the elders by the hands of Uarnabai and Saul Paul afterward taught thus If wo have sown unto you spiritual things is it n great thing It we shall reap your carnal things I Cor Ix 11 See also his plain and helpful teaching on tho privilege of giving us II Cor vlll std Ix concerning a willing mint and n cheerful giver because of tho grace of God to us in Christ and Ills tanking all grace abound toward us Doubtless sonic teaching on the some lines hud been given during this year at Antioch mud now the fruit is manifest On this occasion they give for thu body but in chapter xlll we shall see them giving missionaries to go forth with the living bread for tho soul Many who would like to give when there is a teal need and their hearts are touch ed and willing aro often troubled be cause they have not the money to give They will find comfort In II Cor vlll 12 with I Pet Iv 11 fNNININN111NNINNNNNNNINNNNNTHE i lNNNNIININIMNINNNNNNNNNLNNNNNNN 0NNI NN1NNNINNNNNNN11NNNN OUTDOOR GAMES In thinking of outdoor games my mind nt onto wnuclors hack to my early school ulays which worn pleasnutly spout in tho little whito school house near tho small clear brookwhich lloweil by tho great cliffs opposite Behind the Rclioolliouso was n largo moadow in this meadow wo plnyed our ninny gamus Tho giitnu which I most enjoyed was coiled Koundhumi und I shall attempt to describe n gang of il which wo played ono clay at school In this gnmo every ono must have n base of his own So nny ono has tho privilogo of catching n person who is off his blue Tho ono ho catches nil tho olhorsnnd brings them to his base Is culled tho king nnd avery ono who lives within a half milo may know it by tho cheers and shouts given tho person who m victorious When tht ru are nuvornl swift runners it lakes somo time to finish tho game In our school thurn were two boys who wero equal on foot This gnmo lasted two days an hour each tiny without either gain ing tho victory So on tho third tiny Otto gained tho victory by i hit of strategy 0uu of the boys seat ono of his men in secret around tho othur thus breaking him tip an wo called it hat wo diti for tho victorious boy is html to toll Thu girls mode n wreath of flowurs nod had ills favorite girl in tho school who Imp poned to bo me photo it on hw head Tho boys caught n loosn pony which they saw passing by anti pouted tho boy upon it Tho pony wns thou lad by two boys while tho rest of tho scholars i mi relied behind jailing like wildcats Just nt tlmt time the tttiuh or arrived Ho had btwn nt n friends house nlwutono huH milu away auto had IXHUI nlnnned by those terrific ccnmuui of about seventy kids Ho hud como to tlo resent of low youngsters ho Mionld have Iwon task fug euro of lit at onco sent to tho wools for switches Donr nun shmould I toll this Hut ho gave every one two licks except a tow larger scholars who washed tlmir hands in innocence They however wcro tho ring lomlurn of the whololllisehilit This is A very good sport for exor also Some of the boys would got a grapovino about twenty foot long and would cut off tho knots and make it smooth Then ono would hold each mid and would turn it Our teacher also was fond of jumping till rope mind gladly joined in our sport When tho vino was broken tho small or children would play with tho pieces midwe would gut another Our teacher would not lot the children jump too long for she know lint it wns not best Tho move was written as nn exor else for tho D Rhetorical class Aca decoy Department IJerea College Wo trust it will bo of interest to the rural schools Wliooilng Cuiigli A woman who has hind experience with this disease tolls how to prevent any dangerous consequences from it Sho says Our three children took whooping cough lust Minimer our baby boy being only three months old owing to our giving them Chamberlains Cough Homed y they lost nono of their pliimpnoss and calve out in much bolter health than other children whoso parents did not use this remedy Our oldest girl would call lustily for cough syrup between whoops JESSIE PIN KEY HALL Springrille Alas This remedy is forsalo by SE WELCH Jn D pmni tljr obtain f and l rflgn Ucncl model ketch or photo ol loTcntion Icr IrtJllr IfowWSecureTRAfEa1ARKSwta lon on ratrntaUUtjr For free Look WONT FOLLOW AIIVIOK AKTKIl 1AV INfl root IT In a recent article a prominent physician says It is next to impossi ble for the physician to got his path emits to carry out rely prescribed course of hygiene or diutto tho smallest oxtonl ho has but ouo resort loft namely thin drug treatment When medicines aro used forchronio consti pation the most mild and gentle obtainable such as Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets should bo employed Their uso is not followed by constipation as they learn tho bowels in n natural and healthy con dition For sale by S E WELCH Jn There is n Inil here which hnth live loaves and two small fishes but what are boy among no ninny f And Jesus timid Muko tho men sit down Sole there was much grass in the place So tho men sat down in num bar meet live thousand And Jesus tool thin looses nod when ho hail given thanks ho distributed to tho dis ciples nod the disciples to them that sworn set down and likewise of thin lishos ns much as they would Join 11911 It Is possible for I Ito humblest of us to do our duty It is true that we have but our live coarsn barley loaves and two small fishes Well tluui let us give them to Christ Ho cnn multiply thorn Ho can make them more than enough to feel tho love thousand mcrfo 1C J irrar IIAHLKY lOAVKtf- OHJT Ire outer Imrt- Otrir two lUkci tutor Awl shall Mtor thru ixmr ftfts TO ChrM lie lard of allT TB llhn wkid ulM wand still UM MkHHr s ve CM dews Iha lprr rear Ilo rlie haft M sad ol Mr yeti Ile all atsed of IIMoe Thm brt thy iMVm of bfMdl Hrttol1 with tlwM when Jrsa epak- The nuMlMto Mr M TWII htladMi iawerwou- ilhlh me had welted Ak trait whet IIgndse wmtk Iake btMW l by CkrM Only ow Mftit tstait mine worthjf w lie iw M4 truly lie talb oo are of ikW U end aft besd me4 llr ore that taboo es a TIM II Ia Ills trtm WkrwbjrilMNi 6awW l volrlle stay Work mlrwto M hmglk fast he rkleiae aaM low lwtlt N W W Niehte IN kaMlae MI tlMlr and Ot ChrtM tk drtui HriML oh fwd thou tiMA torr Ts Mhi taste U knew NfwiTt l klrmliHU alkn blM Ko M4 abWss mien AMI than tfclM ere hJI m The Italy warmed tkreae la hsrery ntM by 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Fremlaa fccllnga In the matter Since lik urn unexpected feeling fur Mhm Ht ton ho had route to learn that In CUM of love people could not ulvrays determine with mathematical certainty Just wlnt n IHTHIII might do under certain condl tlouR On llw iolnt of Irtwdas nroba ble action he was rwlly In doubt Only It teemed like n tnotutrons propodtfon for Wlllta to entertain or fur Frvcila to tHiiwhWr fur n moment Tbrw lit one way you can Hod out ICdward ventured to My Yoa end I Intend to find out prttty eoou too I cant wteh you HueceM rtplitnl ICflwaril as Itu walked bock to his own tt1o AH be fat down he added lu a milder IOIH WIllis of COHKC I dont nevd to any tWit I IwlleT It would Im a enhticlty fur ray ulster to marry you Hit lisa IICtIi brfrugbt up In an entirely different world Itbe U poor you are rich Sbe In a church member you are not She has iwrfflrt horror na I linve for all 1w vkm that arc familiar to you You coubl not mad Iwr happy I conhl If 8ho loved tut as I lovu her Its iMpoMibla You are too far apart OVMI to nympflthbw with eneh other Heahlea she never will vare rIM you at lout as you coHtlniM to drink nod IIbltHut lrt jult all hot Ilareut I boil you that I ran iMiiertnywIfT lilt Vloflt I lived all at might enough UjteljTl Anil all f6r her sake to rI- hlwnrd dhl not reilly lie had little cUb In tho IIMRIM of 1llla reform CMnt I live down tll4lllUl oil riirht U your Kliter never jcotuit to flurry any one hut nn out ami out Mill Thoro nr r mighty fuw of CIII niiiotig the uiun HI dont think It does city Rood to talk about It I havo my opinion and It wont change Ono thing Im vry conRdt nt of and lint toot Iroedn will nover earn anything rur you Sho lit hero In college to got nn education She la tint old enough to get married tihi Is tho last jKrson lu the world to think of such a thing It In nil ns ah Biinl as t can lw It U not absurd at all Iwil God Neil dont you see how I am Jsituated I dont cure for tho old coltvg All the tlmo Ive been here 1vo lx en tumptcd by the fast set to do time things Ive boon doing Im no scholar I hate wok except novels When I think of what Its nil for I dont euro a rap for tho educatIon But I like business and I know an well as anything that I can tmccvpd with the opening my uncle tutu made fur mo Now If I eon settle down In a home of my own I shall bo In a fair way to make a tutu of myself No other girl ever appealed to me Ilk your sister I feu ns If I could promise her anything nnd keep It too oven as I havent kept my promise to my own mother Does that moan nothing to 0111 It mucous everything to me There was unite a silence In tho room Thou IilvnriI spoke very slowly Then you want my sister to seen thee borscht to save you Is that ItV dont ask her to lacrlllce anything If sItu does not care for me replied Willis proudly Kdwnrd did not reply to this and titter awhile Willis said Im going to write to your mothor and ask lien I may speak to Freeda If she gives her consent suppose Its till right- I shnll never give mine Hut she la of ago She can decide for herself menu that It will never ho with my approval that you ask Freeda to mar ry you havent any fears about the answer she will give you Nevertheless he did have some fears and Willis scorned to know that fact It nil rests with her then Will you promise me ono thing Ned Will you promise not to say anything to live before I get word from your Sioth cr After nil Isnt u man to be III lowed to choose for himself when he loves a person Kdward hesitated lie lid not know just what hit mother would say lint what WIIIlH said lied n good deal of weight otter all Yet Ill 1110 III Iso that ho said at last reluctantly al1 right TitanIc you replied Wil lis and thou as by agreement tho eon versation stopped A week Inter Willis showed Kdwurd a letter from Mrs make d t ICdward read It through In sonic stir Inlsi It was III answer to Willis lot tnr in which he had evidently gone Into n full account of time mutter Ho lIOIlKIIa Ills proponal concerning Freed hud come n great Nurprtie hut Hhc was willing that Kreetln should decide lur future Hho had always given lien groat frcrdum and did not vIsit to co once bee feeling At tin HIIIIIO time sItu ventured to vxprem her xtrnng regret that Mr Preiton wits nut a Chrlxtlau by prafMMlou and morn tlmn lilntcil lien doubts fwncernliig lreedan ac ceptance of such a future on ac count of lien rullRlotw liuuii training etc Tim letter cloned with a reluctant uwent to Willis appeal to bo allowed to sPeak to Krcedii lIIotlllrIthe letter ndward did not answer Theres one mow thing I want to ask of you Nod and that Is that you lot me speak to 1reeda before you say anything to her ngnliiMt me Will olr I wont say anything to lien Let her settle It replied Kdward shortly This was about two weeks before commencement Three days after an Kdward was going over to the library to get a book he met Ireeda coming fom the hall Her face bore murks of wpopliifr alit Udward knew at once what the reawin wits lie went up to her and aced her with synipathy tune Knedn take n walk with me out on the lower minis and toll me what you can I know about It Ireeda hllontly awncntetl and they went down to a seat under an old elm and wit down there titter walking slowly around the wide path that encircled the campus Aud I couldnt give him any other answer Nwl eotihl IT nikinl Frceda as lib I contlniiwl her account of tho tm esptHtod Interview she haul had with Willis No I dont wo how you oould re plletl Itidwnrd gravely Anil yet you my dear that you laid begun to Ilko him very much Like lint the word to use Neil Im afraid I think a great deal too much of him for my own Impplness now AIM yet I felt us fiiiro all the tlHM he was aakitu me to marry him and looking hamliwnM and limrMb n Kroetbi choked n little and ICdward vrallod In nyniMthetlc si lence for her to recover brave Ntd that I liad hard work to say no Anti yet I knew It wa for the best I told him plainly that I feared fur my future with him ou account of his drinking especially And he promised uvorythlHK about giving It up for my mke nut I have no faith In his prom Ian lant It slnmjre Ned even though I believe I have soHselsw come toto actually think more of him than of any ow I atlll know somehoW thnt titter awhile lie would begin to drink again and our homo would tie ruined- It an awful thing the drink habit lint It Nedr It certainly If dear And you dont believe you could koch him from It he asked lading his nympathy for his sister softening his fouling toward Wll Ite No Ivo no faith lu that Neil rq pltol Kreotla sadly I dont believe In iiuiroliig n young man to rcfors him A man has no right to ask a girl to do that Ho ought to come to her as pure aud free from vices as he er Mcts her to be Men tire not expected to marry bad wonion to reform them What right have they to expect a girl to do that for them You will not regret your decision dear at hm Kdward sold I am vfl3 Rind of It I feel as you do about It You wwuld uover lie happy No I dont regret It answered Ircedu piuhlng her foot nervously over tho cinders at the toot of tho stilt And then to Edwards suriyIac nnd dlntreps she clasped her hands III her lap whIle the tears ran over her face ns she mid Hut I am very un happy now Neil for I think I loved him oiJII1l1ch That evening Willis did not conic In until quite late and Kdward waited Yoitrtl iot regret your lonilcar for him The minute he Raw Willis taco bo knew that he had taken his answer In a hard way Of course yon know all about It he said with n short laugh SItes too good for me I made her confess that site cared for mo thought You saId she didnt Kdward camo very near getting angry again Nothing but his sense of Willis keen disappointment kept him from Im going home this week Willis continued shortly Ill skip exam inations anyway Kdward tried to persuade him to stay aud finish out thu work of the yearWhats the use Im going to New York this summer anyhow Your sIll ter will liavo d good deal to answer for If I go to tho had when I Jot to the city At that Edward boiled over with righteous wrath Look here Willis Dont you daro to charge your own miserable Hellish ness to my statcrl Its till yonr own fault that Him couldnt marry you And If you go to the bail now It will be your own unIt and no ones eixe besides showing her that yon never real ly rated anything for lien If you dltl you would make u mini of yourself Willis sat down and leaned his el bow on the old table and put his bond ou his band Then he lifted u haggard face to Kdward and said Youre right Im a poor misera ble Hellish fool numb I would wreck her life If she Hhould put It lute my keeping I know as I sit lucre that I shall go to the devil through drink no matter what happens Ive had I lie tortures of hell to light all thNI weeks Do you know when your sIster told me linn lly that her refnmil was absolute and that I hail not time slIghtest hope I had a horrible feeling of Homethlng like relief to think that now I hind an ex ciiHo to go to drinking again Just as mire ns I sit lucre Ned Im certain lint I shall drink myself cnuy drunk lu loss than ten years And yet grand father always Mild drink never hurt him any Ho was one of thexu per noun liberty fellows He never thought of the possibility that I might go to the devIl even If he didnt Its pnxslblo though that we fdmll meet III hell Mnybo In Hods sight lies ns much to blame as I am- Dont cried Kdwnrd shocked nt tho reckless savage manner In which Willis xpokc The sight of the miser able face and the thought of Willis IKMNdlilo future haunted him nil tho rust of his college course tod keep you from knowing anything about thlll feeling said Willis moro gently amid then lit rose middrnly nnd came over to Kdwnrd- Nwl old lK y Im going away mill I rutty never MH yon again I owe you a lot for tho way youve borne with me nnd Ill never forget It You mill lreeda have prompted the best feel lngn Lever hall Dont think too hard of me will yon I wish youd write to mo once III u while Dont give mu up even If I do seem to be past hope Maybe Whentono prayers will savo me yetOh Kdward Hlnke college student when the Judgment day reveal the secrets of till universe will yon see t lieu what you mltwcd because you wore not a Christian What might yqu have nald or done at this time to nave this msrnr soul If you had really had some higher Rtnndnrd of life tlmn jour cold moral stnudard that uertr warmed your heart or tired your soul to help save another soul The Lord open your eye to we not only till grunt opiHirttmlty you missed but also the great ysln of daring to live always with no better purjKise than the tow that has so far ruled you So he let Willis go and go out of his lift nt least fur thu time being with a kindly mill even a self reproachful feeling thnt In time became a vague sort of hope that he might not turn out quite so bud as hu himself said he would And yet If till clutch of his grandfathers wins was on him how Is It that oven then you do not yet re alize either of you that there Is a power even greater than hereditary taint lit the blood and that the blood of Joints Christ tho Son of God can clunnxe even that taint of that other blood Fur hu Is able to save to the uttermost those that put their trust In him And now the commencement season was on nail Kdward realized that he was through his junior year and lu a few days as soon as the graduating class had received their diplomas his own class would be entitled to the dig rallied name of seniors lie was not so devoid of Imagination as nut to be quite deeply moved at the thought He aud Ftveda were now classified to gether for although she had entered six months earlier Kdward lied arranged his gourse so ns to innko up certain studies and Ireeda hind drop IKI hack n part of u year In tinier to be with him tutu take a special course In music So they were glad to think of tIme comradeship still jwsHlble tot them another year As they sat together that commence meat day and heard the charge to the outgoing class they realized as never before thin value of their college life The president never said very much at commencement Perhaps that Is otto reason why thu class lint graduated remembered a good many things and carried them away with them It would not be fair nor true to say to you continued the president after giving the diplomas that you hind done time very bent you knew how thin lug your entire college course You yourselves know that you lucre hog levIed many opportunities nnd wasted many Important hours You cannot now help thIs and I am not going to use this occasion to blame you for not having made better use of your ad vantages The question for you to ask now Is What can I do with what I have gain ed In Hope college As you go out In to thu world you will find n great many temptations to use your Intelligence selfishly A college tired man or woo man always Is strongly tempted to be more or less exclusive growing farther anti farther from a knowledge of anti sympathy for the people Will you let mu urge every ono of you to use your powers developed here to get nearer the peoplo who have not hind your ad vantages If education docs not mean n brotherhood If It tines not mean the strong benrlOg the lullrmltlcM of the weak theu It Is tint Christian It Is pagan In Its selfishness and narrow ness There Is Just one other thing I want you to feel tt this time and that Is tho great first thing In all life I mean the Christian life If every member of title clam In the course of the next ten years should forget every lesson he ever learned lu mathematics or diem is try or astronomy that loss might be great but It would not iiccusnarlly bo vital nor fatal to a life of great useful ness Hilt If every one of you ten years from now should forget and cease to practice all the lessons yon Intro been taught In Christian dianne ter and t lie value of truth and purity and self denial and usefulness the loss would be not only terrible but abso lately Irreparable AH i lie things you have learned III till whole college course are not worth knowing without the knowledge tiftlI Paul wild that If n mnn hud all knowledge hilt did not Intro love It profited nothing It Im not ijolnu tii ttitolrnjlzc Illnke was of no account That Is what I menu If till ii thlngn you are taking out of this school Into till world hurt facts coueeriiliig Inngunges and Hcleuco and art unit music If thnt you are inking with you am sorry for you and for the world Hut If you are taking with you a great desire to make use of all this knowledge In such a way ns to make human life happier and time kingdom of Cod on earth more real bccnuse you lovu with supreme love Cod nnd your fellow men thou am glad for you aud tIme world that you have learned here In this college the secret of all true education which Is the litting of men mid women to rcrvu toil and otto another more pow erfully ITO HE cormxtiED The rirtfer Order When we come ns n people to care more for Justice than self more for the general comfort and well being than for Individual enrichment or dlstrtie tlon tIme better order will slmpo Itself ns naturally as good fruit grows on good treesrHev Alexander Kent Peo tiles Church Washington A Iernoiial ilvlonr Immortal life begins and ends with personality As time lathe starts out lu till voyage of lift by resting Us eyes upon the fond mother so the dying saint looks heavenward to the divine face ot the Master which blesses In tiles and welcomes Professor James M Dlxou Methodist St Louis ioclnl Order eiled- Tfie great problem of mankind Is to develop such n social order that all may live happily that each may find life good and do his part toward mak tug It good for others The discontent and nnlmpptness of mankind today show how far we are from that per feet social state Hcv David Utter Unitarian Denver Iilherty Not Ltrenie- We hoar much about iiersonal liberty We desire for ourselves and must pre serve to our posterity nil the personal liberty that Is consistent with tIme wel fare of others aunt the best Interests of tIme whole people but when liberty de gouerntcs Into license It lies no place even III n democracy like oumrutite- vIr Herbert Foss Methodist Phlladel- S MII IIII of Annrvhr The doubt the distress the Impa tience the resistance which rise up and trouble our hearts are In themselves symptoms of Intellectual and spiritual anarchy Itlshop William C Doaiie KpUcopnllnn Albany N Y hit Mniiyt How many are there who love bit with their whole soul and mind and heart led gets less than a moiety of the love of men If their nets speak for auiythtlugltev Joseph U rClrllu Ito inan Catholic Frnnkford lat- He Ye FUhrrii of lien There Is a great end fatal tendency on the part of Christian workers to walt for tacit to come to us If we are to win much we must with definite and resolute purixHu seek for them Itev Charles M Hall Methodist Knoxvllle Teim Out of Itnrmony It Is the lack of a personal relation to time All Father which puts us out of harmony with our destiny and makes our duty hard to perform and our faith frigid Kbv Dr lounge II Hepworth Coiigregatjounllst Now York True Irnyer We have been hearing much of late concerning tIme resemblance of thought force and prayer True prayer Is thought force but only thought force that Is God ward Is true prayer ltev It H lined United Presbyterian Pitts burg Freedom Freedom puts such power Into tho hands of every man that society can exist under tIme laws of freedom ouly us the moral natures of time people de velop hand In hand with their power bIer Dr Johouuot Unitarian Oak Park III nrllelT- hero are men who are like boats on the sea without engines lu their holds or sails on tho masts They are dere licts afloat hut drifting on the sea of Coils pQwer but going nowhere for luck of engine or sails Ilev Sponsor H Meescr Uaptlst Philadelphia a 04 + + 4 + iFROM BLACK ROCK OUR NEXT SERIAL Oh Hlllr Hilly 70U helped me oner when I needed liclpl I rnnnnt forget And Oeordle urcinnlnsr Aye iHUillr litddlet punned out Into thei fiidlne light ttt the cnrly 5J + evening Nett day mo one went to worlr Q for to all It uprated n miorril ill They cnrrled him Into the jIllllr church anti there Sir Crnltr Hiwike of hln long IlKht and at hln flnnl hnr1ifor he died vrllhant n fenr 1ItaotnlrAnd there win no bltterneux In ny kart for Mr Craig the itiirr of the ehrj nod ractihow rtiy he bad tken bonsep nut thought no wn snkn It leavne wai made They told him RlralnIheilde lrnlm M miner threw green tite the open When linvin noblilni ICrnibrnaRht hln sprIg no ped him though all thoauht It 4 tranter 3 A we tnrned to leave the o Brave the light from the even 9 tnK linn cnme noftly through 2 the gop In the niouiitnlnn nnd g filling the vnlley toiifhrd the tree and the little mound be nenth with glory nud I thought V hihrlheronnlil that help Cralc that It wax there league had It revenue vlfhI 4 4 4- I i4+ +tOU + + ti4- u n Sciatic Ktieaiimtlmu Cured After Fourteen YnHm of SunrriiiB I have been nfllicted with sciatic rheumatism for fourteen years saya John Edgar of Germantown Cal was able to bonround but constant ly suirerod I tried everything 1 could hear of and at last was told to try Chamberlains Pain and Balm which I did amid was immediately ro lieved and in a short time cured aud IBm happy to say it has not since re turned Why not use this liniment and get well It is for sale by S E WELCH Jn Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Icnoiu who board tbemwlrci can pelt1 u much or little u theychooso on living eipciiMM It pays to bare a little extra money lornlwl urea book and other things hut the ntcwfary tipcnica are only as follows I- To pay the flirt day L1T HALL HALL School Incidental Fee H 50 14 ru Kx Fee 5 26 pease Books etc about 2 2 H- OOcueral Deposit I 00 00 Itoom toTe table etc 2 00 2 Fuel and Oil 2 60 3 Kent of Jaundry M First Montu Board S 00 SOU LivIng 1725 i87S To during the term- lauudrypes 80 Iteglnulng 2d JIo Board 5 00 5 00 Beginning 3d Mo Board S 00 00 2S7S 2875 Gcnl Deposit returned 00 00 Total Kxpenii 13 Yf cekt S7I7S 87 73 For those below A Grammar deduct the tfbooks suit II from Incidental fee making Ih- OlIotalonI715 When four girls room together each saves II on room and tier more on fuel making the total only 3t7a If clawed below A Grammar Fuel Is 50 cents more In Winter sail 80 cents lew In Spring term Two rooms for housekeeping with stoves etc can usually bo rented for from SI to gt a term The price of n big calf n little tunbark or a few home nau bedcovers will gi UH term of school which will ehntiRC uueci whole life for the lietterl NolnrTIIIII have soul Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for years and would rather be out of coffee and sugar than it I sold five bottles of it yesterday to threshers that could go no farther and they are at work again this morning H R PiiEU3 Plymouth Oklahoma As will bo scott by tho above the threshers were ablo to keep ou with their work without losing u single days time You should keep a bottle of this Remedy in your homo For sale by S E WELCH Jn Three Years in Richmond And out of all din sets of teeth that have been made at my oQlro if there is one sot or any twta that show any defects I will make a new sot free We aro making the best set of tooth in the world for 750 and if delects show in ivu years we give you new set free This applies to all the teeth I have made or am going to make the best alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON DentistI IPermanently located in the Ilobsor Buildingnext door to Government Building 4 Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special PrIce to Students Li r THE CITIZEN A MortgagOn Air Castle and a dead mans good inten tions are equally worthless to a widow and hor orphan children Take out a policy NOW while you can with III4IIIIIIsIISIIItIIII4I4The Life Insurance Company of Kentucky k Iand provide something SUB STANTIAL for your widow and orphans The Now Perfection Policy incontestable from date of Issueis the bust life insur ance proposition in the field DAN 1IUECK Dltrlct SUncgtr IllcliluontI Ky W II rOKTEIC District Ageut- llcrea Hauling Company Berea Kjr 1 tlttlltt BUY THE N E SEWING MACHINE Do not be deceived by those who ad vertise a F6000 Sewing Machine for 12000 This kind of amachine can be bought from us or any of our dealers from 1500 to1800 WC MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST r The Feed determines the strength or wcakncwa of Sewing Double Feed combined with othe strong points makes the New Houii tho beSt SewIng Machine to bu- yVlriteforCIRCULAessa di we mnnufhcturo and price before purcliaalii THE NEW HOMO SEWIHB lURING 60- OdANOC MAIM U Union Sq N Y Cblcoco IlL Atlanta Qa- JU LouUMo Dnltas Tex Ban lIrnnell00 Oh row SALE BY SISCO CO NlcbolasTllle Ky THE MARKETS AI BirOBTCD aT A O NORMAN A CO CIMCIMKATI Apr 29 CATTLE Common JI250 42 ButchersN45O 625 Shippere500 69- 1CALvesCboice500 I 55 Largo Common300 4- OHoesCommon57G 67 Fair good light630 6C Packing68ii 71- SBEEP Good 51 LAUDS Good tochoice476i 64 4G 70 WHEAT No 2 Red 861 87 CoRNNo2 mixed New 67 671 OATSNo 2 44 451 RTE No 2 63 fi 1 411rFamily805 33 MILL FECD1850 200 HAYNo1 Timothy 1250 13O No2II 1100 1125 No1 Clover 950 g 975 No2 800 950 POULTRYFryers per HJ 12 Heavy hens Roosters f Turkey hens Toms Turkeys 7 Ducks 8 Eoos Fresh near by 16 Goose 3b HIDES Wet salted 61 7 No 1 dry salt 9 1C Bull 6l I Gi Sheepskins 40 56 TALLOW Prime city 6J 7 Country 5J 5 WOOL =Unwashed medium combing 17 18 Washed 22 23 Tub washed 22 y 2J FEATHERS Geese new nearly white 44 gray to average 88 42 Duck colored 28 8Chicken white no quills 18 Turkey body dry 12 16 TKItlUIILK EXPLOSION Of a gasoline stove burned a lady here frightfully writes N E Pal mer of Kirkman la The best doctors couldnt heal tho running sore that followed but Bucklens Arnica Salvo entirely cured her Infallible for cuts corns Sores Boils Bruises Skin Diseases and Piles 25o at all Druggists c f LOCAL AND PERSONAL i NNNMMN I 1N N HNNNNN Dont miss Black Rock House and large lot to rent Enquire at TimE CITIZEN OFFICE Born to Dr and Mrs L W Dav on Center Street Saturday a son Mrs Laura Jones of Scaffold Can was in town Monday and Tuesday Bicknoll Early are selling quite a number of corn planters and drill Black Rock to commeuco in TilE CITIZEN May 15 is a story worth readingJudge and Mrs T J Coylo or Clover Bottom were in town Monday and Tuesday- J AL Early of Bicknell C Earl has invested in a line purebred Du roo Jersey sow Tho Ladies Aid Society has realized from their social and entertainment about 15 not Mr A H Bagley of Zauesvillo 0 arrived Tuesday and is visiting at Mr S G Hansons There is no bettor selected stock or shoes in Richmond than that or Douglas Crutcher The ball game next Saturda Berea College vs Georgetown is ax pected to be an extra good game If you want to believe in TOTAL DEPRAVITY dont read Black Rock to commence May 15 in TilE CITIZE The property sold at the Ad mini tralorls sale of property of J M liar deceased on Saturday last brought good prices The Grand Jury has returned nn indictment agaiust Bogie C Bake for maintaining a nuisance in the Town of Berea Judge J W Lunsford whom wo reported last week as suffering from a strain is much better and able to be up and around Welch is selling Sonours Floe Paint The manufacturers send out advertisements of the paint on a neat blotter and calendar Tho Ladies Aid Ice Cream Socit at the Tabernacle last Wednesda night was a success only there was not enough ice cream Rev C W Hiatt a prominen Minister of Cleveland 0 will be in Berea for Sunday May 11 and will preach at the Tabernacle Covington Banks of Richmond are making a big bid for trade in mens clothing See their now ad rortisement on first page Rico Arnold of Richmond ar taking a specialty of thoso noted hoes Queen Quality for Werner end W L Douglas for Men Dont fail to hear Rev Dr Curtis ectureAweekofCommencementEx ircises at West Point Military Academy next Monday night in the Taber meteS Welch Jr and Attorney C F Hanson went to Richmond Tues lay to appear before the grand jury with reference to the Bogie k Baker luisanco case The merchants of the town have turned their trade in kerosene ovoi to Mrs John Rice She has a stand at the old Welch brick store and om at C 0 Rhodus store Rev Howard Broaddus earnestly rishea to meet all the members and friends of the First Baptist Church next Saturday night at their church ipecial business on hand Mrs W F Garrett sister of E T rish whose husband died about two months ago has received 1000 the mount for which Mr Garrett was isured in the Maccabees Prof L y Dodge who has boer in the hospital suffering from lonia since the 20th was improved sufficiently last Monday so that ho could be dressed and sit up a while Mr Frank Galloway father of esdames E T and A T Fish celebrated his 80th anniversary last Sunday with a family reunion Mr Gallo way was born and raised in the eighborhood in which ho now lives We have the sole agency for Richmond and Madison county for Famous Queen Quality Shoes for Women rices300 Oxfords 250 A large assortment of W L Douglas Shoes for Men at 250 300 and 350 Always on band Rice R ARNOLD RICH C W Robins of Oldtown Men former student at Berea in 86 and the first printer connected with tho College and the first editor of tho Reporter the predecessor of Tilt CITIZEN spent Saturday and Sunday here visiting friends and renewing old acquaintances Mr Robins is a prominent newspaper man having been President of the Press Associa tlon in his own State for two years Mr Robins honored us with a call and hiB subscription for THE CITIZEN The Musical Entertainment under the auspices of the Ladles Aid So clot in the Tabernacle Monday night was well patronized and much enjoyed by nil who attended Our local talent literary and musical is of no mean order in fact few place of the size of Berea have BO many gifted musicians and singers or so largo a number of eloquent speakc as are found among our students and citizens Special mention of individuals would bo out of place when each performance was so very good OUR COUNTY NEWS Them wore three small fires i nI Richmond last week doing consider able damage in the aggregate The Kentucky Register RichI moud moved its office from Main Street to tho McCreary building or Second Street Federal Court for tho caster district Judge AM Cochran prosit ing began in Richmond Monday The docket is not largo lion C L Searcy Rev H G Turner Rev P C Evorsole A D McKinney and Wm Hisle have orIIjanisod tho Madison Laud and Min oral Company Dont forget to go to T J Mobor lya on Main St opposite the Court House in Richmond for your saddle and harness when you go to County Court next Monday The ladies of the Richmond DapI list Church will give a dinner 01 Court Day May 6 for the benefit of the Waco Baptist Church which re Lontly lost its building by fire Gov Beckham has appointed James M Benton of Winchester Circuit Judge of this district to fill the vacancy caused by tho death of Judgo T J Scott of Richmond Judge Denton was born and raised in Madison county near Waco nnt I CORRESPONDENCE I1N- NMNNN I 1N1 NM OWSLEY COUNTY COW CREEK Mr and Mrs Alfred Eversole are visiting relatives at Travellers Rest Jas W Baker son of A J Baker has left us to look for workToter Hacker one of our nearby neighbors was hero on business last woekM- J Reynolds is still in the photo graphic business here Revs Johnson and Mason held services at Bethany schoolhouso last Sundav There vas a good congregation GABBARD Spring is here and our farmers are slanting comE C Jones agent for the Knoxville Nursery Company is soiling fruit trees in this neighbor uoodMeredith Gabbard paid Cow Creek a visit last weekMrs A C labbard and Tom Minter of Boone ville paid Mr and Mrs R W Minter a lying visit SundayRevs Johnson and Mason held services at Grassy Branch Saturday and at Cow Creek on SundaTRev Mr Court of ioonevillo was here last week in the interest of the Booneville Institute to- be conducted by Mr Court and P P ReynpldsSoveral cases of mumps in our coummity and a case of small pox reported in Booneville EVERSOLE Farmers are busy preparing ground for their cropsMeredith Gabbard a student at Boron visited his cousin Talor P Gabbanl Friday and Satur dayMi88es Julia and Lou E Rose and Miss Mattie Reynolds were tho guests of Miss Jennie Gabbard Sun dayChares E Reynolds who has boon in school at Berea for the past six months is homo againEdw ampbell of Boonevillo was here re- centlyThere was a social last Friday at Green B Reynolds near loonevfleJ L Rose of Cow Creek wants butter eggs chickens etc for tradeLee Gibson was visiting a special lady friend Sunday BilJie Reynolds has returned from a visit to Perry county on particular jsiuess Albert Moore says ho expects to be married soon KERBY KNOB Messrs Douglas Parsons and Welch or Berea visited hero Friday Satui day and Sunday Miss Mary J Baker will visit friends lucre for a fe- wdaysA party of seventy odd people of Beroa College visited the Owaley Caves and the Rises Among tho party were Messrs Roberts Daily hisses Shumaker Milham Smith orman and Crosby Prof Hill and a number of students Mr J W Van Winkle and Rev Mr Aulick were at our Sundayschool convention Apri- l2GRev C A VanWinkle preached to a large congregation Sunday at the Oak Grove Church in the forenoon and in tho afternoon head Miss Mary J Baker organized a C E Society at tho same place Nine ctive members two associate Dr ind Robt Daugherty are at home Mrs Daugherty is improving Robt expects to return to Louisville in a few weeks to resume his studies in tho dental college Tho stave mill at top of Owsloy hill is about ready for work MASON COUNTY MAYSVIUE Thomas Warder who had his eg broken while coasting last winter is able to be out again It is though that he will soon bo able to walk without the aid of crutchoa Mn Alice Sims and sister Mrs Marl Stevens and Prof Baricomo spent Sunday with Miss Frankio Rohinsoi of Mayslick They report a very on joyablej time Walter Leo while working at the brickyard in the East End had tho thumb of his left ham badly mashed one day last week Perry Adams and Miss Carrie Maser wore married lust week The pri mary department of tho Fifth Street high school will celebrate Doll Day Mar 9 instead of the 10th The 10th being on Saturday Tho Bothe Sundayschool is progressing nicely under the superintendence of Mrs Annie Perkins with tho corps of teachers and the able pastor Rov O A Nelson went to Dayton one day last week to participate in a financial meeting Editor Johnson f tho Kentucky Standard visited tin school one day last week- ROCMCASTLE COUNTY CONWAY Mr and Mrs G T Johnson of iVildio visited Mr and Mrs J II ligmond of this place Sunday II C Wilhelm of Liuiugstou is with tho Blazer Bros buying lumber itr and Mrs Sammie Johnston visit ld Mr Johnstons parents hers Satur layMuch more coru than usual Is hailed here up to this timtM- in Jones lost considerable fence by forest fires last Sundar R M fohustou was homo from Richinom Sunday and mado a business trip to Jrush Creek Monday William and tarry Woods of Willie visited 9 P Talluhan hero SundayA petition is being circulated for the establish nent of a ixwtollioe Scaffold Cane There is a dally mail from Conway to Climax Miss Alice Bartley o Richmond is the guest of Mrs Marl tonesGeorgo Catron of Scaffold Cano is on the sick listMiUJ Suait Sales of Missouri is here on a visit to her grandmother Mrs John Duff MADISON COUNTY PEYTONTOWN Miss Addell Phelps was nt home Saturday and Sunday Miss Alice helps was in Richmond Saturday on business J L Francis our Sun ayschool missionary and his wife attended our school last Sunday ivorod us with an sMiss NV Miller and J B Miller of Richmond wore with us last Sunday Rev R H Munday filled his ap ointment here Sunday and admiuis terell tho Lords Supper assisted by Revs I Miller and S Gillespie Rev S AL Watts preached at Coder Creek Sunday Died April 21 Hum oy Harris aged about twelve years He was a member of tho Junior Good Samaritans who attended his jneral at Pejtontown church Rove T H Broaddus and 1 Miller olliciat ngMrs Florence White has been called home from Cincinnati on ao- count of the illness of her husband Mtlssrs J C Burnham and George White of Berea were in town to visit Mr Burnhams brother who was sick PRIZES FOR HOMEDYED- Y A R N S To revive the art of HOUCUYEINO wool and cotton Berea College is offering a list of prizes for homodyed cotton chain and wool yarn in yellow green red black brown and indigo buo as follows For one cut number 400 cotton chain or 25 threads wool yarn coarse enough for coverlid weaving and spur on hand wheel loT PKIZK IHII- Kidigo Blue dark medium 200 100 light Yollow 1 00 50 Light Green 100 GO Brown 1 00 50 Madder Rod 100 50 Tho dyes must be home made and not commercial dyes and the recoip- sod in dyeing must be given in writing with each color Tho College reserves tho right to give secondclass prizes of any color where no firstclass dyeing is offerod Prizes will bo awarded at the Homo spun Fair on Commencement Day Juno 4 1002 Send the yarn by June 1 to MISS JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON Berea Ky ti Ohio College of DentalSurgery JI Dept of Dentistry Univ of Cincinnati Central Aye and Court Street CINCINNATI 0 DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache EIDont become discouraged There If a cure for you 1tuctarywrlte Iir Kvnmr Ito hat jHnt a ouch M tnir All Cnt uhatloIis free I had Pvrpro ram of kidney tllaoao and rlitMinmt m dbclinrsliiK hlixxly mxitrr wltewaeerluudynRrtdKidney and Itatkh flue rand ticiV M VUKKIKI1 lUmlulpli la nrulltl MIJk trI kFree ST VflTIKnANfiF is I wear and mean Its It AT I I +r Tins was In 1S1B and the f7th Annual Session begins about October 1st 1902 Throe sessions of seven mouths each are for graduation This is tho Dental College in the West It ill co has a corps of twenty Its are modern and well adapted to tho requirements of modern dental education and Its clinics are unsurpassed Spring and Fall Courses in clinical arc also given Fees are 100 each session informa tion Announcement address II A Smith D S Dean lit Oarfiuld Place Ohio r to PRINTERS INK a journal for weekly at live dollars a It teaches this science tactics of Advertising and is highly cnteunietl by tho most ntl ort Mnt In IUINTKIW INK to birur MNw Vurk Henderson and St Louis Excursions AT TO THE on and Third Tuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 Also Low Colonist Ont Way Rates to thetitNorthwest and California Points x OOOO IForFurther lnformatlon Addres GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Tnvv Iiv n Ajent Crl Imc Afsnt KY See This THE SHOE to Natty and Oh so- Comfortable is BROWNS ItlOW WELCHS Black Rock COLLEGE organized required first established educational and teaching IiiHlructora buildings Optional instructions For and Cincinnati Canvasser Wanted sell ndvertUnn published year uucccssful GroatI FredonlaNkfLoulsvIlle Railway Homeseekers RATESf WESTTic- kets Stxlo First LOUISVILLE Q1 StarFiveStar 350 Shoe A Winner in the race forPublic Favor II Once a PurchaserAlways Purchaserof Durable Dressy and ElegantMens 350 Shoe This Stamp on the sole of every shot TELL YOUR FRIENDS ITa wonderfully interesting story and TIKE TO LIFt will be commenced in TUB CITIZEN May 15 have them send 50 cents now so as to got tho opening chapters and receive Time CITIZEN regularly for 62 weeks Til 13 OITIHKN Korea a m