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REV JO tIN DOD WELL Editor and Publisher fltrtllIIl loflop III Nuni Ay as el4lll1ll1ul1II1l1cr I I VOL IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 1902 Fifty cents a year NO dt PROV RBSIBoasters nro The Ixnighs that bear most hang lowest Learning makes a alms fit company himselfWis amkn morn opportunities V that they find A writer in the Norlli American Jirvirw assorts that manual training is alniOHt an good n preventive of crime as vncciiiiitioii is of smallpox FROM THE WIDE WORLD Dr Joseph Iurkor tho eminent preacher at the City Templll London died Friday Heavy Hoods have mined stock raising in Northern Sweden and 70 KX1H oplH are in daugerof starvation To oscaixi tlio threatened of her customs houses Venezuela hiss agreed to settle Gorman smith British claims Ileboard of agriculture of the Unit el Kingdom have closed their parts agaiiiNt the importation of animals from Maine New Hampshire Ver mont Massachusetts Connecticut and Rhode Island taking effect Dm 5 on account of the foot und mouth ills ease- IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The Presidents inesMigo was read in Congress Monday Heavy miowis reperttd from sever al point in Texan Now Mexico and Old Mexico The yield of lint cotton in the Ten nessee valley is lf j er cent smaller than last year- President protein Frye of the Senate says There will ho no tariff I lug station this session The fiSth Congress will Imvo210 Re publicans and 17ft Democrats in tho louse of Representatives Portrait of President Lincoln liming by that of Gen Robert 1Tho in tho Missiftsippi Hall of at Jackhon Miss Thu center of population was fixed at the last census not far from Rich Y mond Kartholomew county Ind A monument marks the spot Foutteen lives were lost smut twen tyfivowrsons injured by the explo lion of a boiler in Swift A OOH pack ing plant at Chicago Saturday Precisely at noon Monday tho gavels of Inw protein Fryo in Son JIItt and of Speaker Henderson in the House of Representatives fell nil OWIKM the second and last session of thu f7th Congress John M Burke of Now York has given 1000000 to establish a fund for the eedy relief of intelligent andrespeclnblo women in need Ixv cause of illness and the fund will IHJ IItnamed for Mr Burkes mother jCOMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Boxmg will IN revived in Louisville under the decision of Judge Tonoy A SO000 fire occurred at Hender son Sunday morning Insurance 18 000 Louisville is going to enforce tho ordinance against tho sweeping out nuisance Eminence was visited by a diMs trous fire Saturday Loss about JIG 000 This is tho second recent fire Louisville roK rta fifi public schools with 12 women primary principals and 21 women grammar principals total 33 women principals Robbers broko into tho hank at WicklifTe Ballard county early Sat ur lay morning smith blew the safe limit secured only At H35 Saturday morning there was a disastrous wreck on the Illinois Central It R at Paducah Several NrsoiiH injured no fatalities On Friday at 2 p m Sheriff Law son oi Garrard county sold before innIj man brought seven dollars and tho women five each A secret league was organized six months ago in Lexington of which k pastors of nil churches sad prominent citizen are members its object being 1 to put an end to gambling in Lox ington On Saturday the league caused tho arrest of eleven men on tho charge of operating law banks J THE CITIZEN 1CLOSING The closing exercises of tho fall term Beroa College wore hold in tho Tabernacle Wednesday night tho ad inst Tho literary numbers wero fur nished by members of the A Rhe torical class taught by Prof L V Dodge and showed the careful prop aration and drill which wero to expected All but one wore original productionsMr Roberts of Millvillo 0 slowed that tho cry of Trust is largely n bugbear and that it is a natural feature of our industrial sys tout not BO dangerous as many sup- Pose Miss Frances M Berry Rockhold lylIot forth in a vigorous stylo tho benefit of tho Normal course Mr John C Stratton Atwater 0 muscle a strong plea for shorter col lege courses believing that a year or two might well lx taken from the general Studies of the college and given to professional preparation Miss Lolta M Osborno Painosville 0 must have convinced any who bo fore had doubts that time American Girl is tho most practical and prom ising one in time world Mr Andrew Hensey Bedford 0 showed the Beauty of a Completed Life by dwelling feelingly upon the only example of it that of Jesus ChristMr Howard M Ernst South Thompson 0 ably discussed the Dignity of Labor basing his argu meat iiMii an aphorism of time 0 reek pout Hesiod Miss Edith L Ruddock Lamber ton Minn herself n lover of music gave n very realistic account of tho life and peculiarities of character of the great musician Handel Mr Harley JL Racer Columbus 0spoke of Our Big Neighbor meaning China whoso part of tho earth joins ours at time center He gave a new conception of possibilities of that peoplo in the way of strength and heroism of character Miss Alice D McKee Aurora 0 gave tho single recitation of tho even lug It was entitled Father and was replete with humorous tragic and pathetic passages lXlillgwithnl adtnirablyrenderedmfr Maysvillo Ivy closed tho program with a well written and forcibly delivered oration upon Abraham Lincoln of whom true Americans never tiro of hearing Prof Vm Lodwick arranged tho music which was of excellent quality embracing a piano solo by Miss Cald well a vocal solo by Mr Lodwick a chorus of male voices and two de lightful plantation melodies by a chorus of girls A audience of citizens nntI- IlIttlllonts listened to tho exercises with unflagging interest Such occasions as tbeso furnish fine educational op portunities to tho participants anti have an uplifting effect upon the community A NORMAL YELL It may bo of interest to Bereas groat army in the field tho normal student who are just now bringing their fall campaign to n close to know that the Normal Social held at Gilbert Cottage some weeks ago un der tho watchful and ollicient direc tion of Mrs Putnam assisted by Miss Andrews and the Matron Miss Bak er a yoll that great unifier of Col lege life was adopted Yes a Nor mal YellaUtl true to tho Bereft ideal with not only noiso but moaning in it moaning which every Normalite should be proudof Here it it anti may it bo hoard ringing from the hills and across tho valleys of our mountains as our students old and now come to take up the great work of selfimprovement onco moro Thus it goes Were hero never fear Ra Ra Ra In tho fight for tho right Como to stay Non llog Pedagogue Rah Rah Rah Out o sight Normalities Beroa n The mrldor nero Many soldiers in tho last war wrote to say that for Scratches Bruises Cuts Wounds Corns Soro Feet and SUIT Joints Buckleuf Arnica Salvo is the boat in time world Same for Burns Scalds Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles It cures or no pay Only 2Gc at East End Drug Gos a lTHANKSGIVING DAY Exercises were hold in tho Timber uncle at 10TO a m of that day The exercises wero openedwith congre gational singing followed by tho road ing of President Roosevelts proclamation by Prof Jones and prayer by Rov H J Dorthick Tho Harmonia club rendered a fine Thanksgiving anthem loader Prof Lodwick after which addresses appropriate to tho day were given by Prof II M Jones Thanksgiving for Temporal and Material Blessings of time Year Rov G A Burgess D D Thanksgiving for Religious and Educational Prog rosy in Church and School and For Divine Guidanceas Nation by Prof L V Dodgo Tho addresses wero strong presentations of tho claims God has on us as individuals and a nation for true gratitude and earnest loving service Tho selections given by the Harmonia club were well select ed and rendered Prof Lodwick excels as a conductor and leather Tho congregation was goad Service clos ed with time benediction by Bro Der thick HARMONIA SOCIETY CONCERT The Christmas concert of the liar monia society will IHJ of unusual in terest this year Tho society will present time story of Joseph in song No pains is Iwing spared to present the history of this great life in u tire mastic nl1l1 interesting manner Fol lowing is tho cast of characters 1UK Daughter JOSEPHMr KingLeahBaker Sin eeou Judith t Miss Jennie Smith Xenia O Horton Reuben I Mr Gamble MaltbyKfog 1Mr Stratton Butler Mr Lodwick The concert will bo hold on Wed nesday evening Christmas eve Dec 21 in time Tabernacle THE MARKETS u ZZOKTID ST A 0 NORMAN A CIRC1e9ATI Itatmlicr 2 CATTLE Common tlijII Butchers fi II Shippers 1200I 515 CALVES Choice iWII Largo Common Hoos OO Common 0 Hi Fair good light 6X i 610 Packing625SIIEEF Good to choice 2CO HlO Common to fair 150 2G5 LAUDS Good to choice 4 05 5 IiII Common to fair850 M lfb WUEAT02 Rod ii i8 CORN 44 15 OATsNo 2 mixed 321 88 RtENo 2 52 ilFLODB Winter patont 355 185 815 340fancyFamily 28H 305 MILL FEEn1100 1700 HnNo l Timothy 1350 1100 II No2 1250 1275 No1 Clover U75 W 1025 No2 800 g 850 POULTRY Young chickons 11 fit 13 Heavy hens II 10 Roosters 53 Turkey Iq Ducks 12 Eaos Fresh near by 21 ell 28 HIDES Wet salted No 1 dry salt 81 Bull 6il 7 Sheepskins M TALIowPrieto city 71 Country Ii REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College hiss secured a market for homespun and homowoven goods such as bed covorlids linen dross linsoy jeans blankets etc at follow lug prices Covorlids f 4 tQ ff Linen 40 to f0 coots a yard Dross Liusey BO cents yardllIankots pairWhite and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yams 72 inches wide and 2J yards 90 inches long All dyes used must bo old fashioned homemade dyos Any woman who wants to soil cover lids or homespun to Borea College should find out what tho College wants before beginning to weavo or spin For information apply in per so letter to Mrs Hcttie W Graham Berea Ky Dont Use- Spectacles Unless you need them and if you use them bo sure they fit your noel I will give thorough examination FREE OF CIIAROE always indicating the correct glasses to use It you dont uoed glasses I will toll you so TI A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky DR M E JONES Dentist c OfficeRear Mrs Fishs Millinery Store Office DaysThursday Friday and Saturday of each we- ekMONUMENTS Urns Headstones Statuary Granite and Marble Work of all kinds done in n workmanlike manner at rea sonable prices null with dispatch All work guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Corner ol Mnln and Collins Str- eetNOTICE I would like to make the aquaint auce of everyone within reach of Berea canMAKE CHAIRS- Tan and Dress Leather or do Splint or Bark Bottoming Please send me your address or call when in town CHAS A KING Superintendent nl IlnllilliiR Heren College Harness Nothing Slow about our methods of selling Wp marksuch low prices on high grade Harness and Horse Goods that it makes owners fool that it pays better to replace old things than to spend time and tnouey oggliug them up I The very atmosphere of this shop tells of good quality leather There is genuine stuff in our harness and it has till tho features that distinguish it front tho imitation and inferior gradesT J Moberly Richmond Ky An Independent Weekly Devoted to the interests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR 11o I 1111011111tI IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME HERE FOR MIo1 11 11 111 IoioII Youll find a great stock to choose from plain honest coats as low as live dollars or rich elegant gar ments as fine as twentyfive smith a wealth of great bargains at 7 8 JO 1250 and Up And dont forget that we are head quarters for everything else worn by man or boy I Covington a Banks OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS tII J IThis will save your Life By inducing you to use Dr Kings New Discovery For Consumption Coughs and Colds The only Guaranteed Cur DruggistABSOLUTELY CURES Grip Influenza Asthma bronchitis oranjAffectionTRIAL BOTTLES FREE Regular Sizo 60 cents and 100 Day Phone Phone I 11111111 Overcoats IKentucky WJmtn In n niur Everything Is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C DoWilt fc Coof Chicago discovered some years ago how to make a salve from Witch HAzel that is a specific Piles For Blind bleeding itch jng anti protruding Piles eczema emits burns bruises and Skin dis oases DoWits Salve has no equal This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits AFk Witts tho genuine Sold by East End Drug WATCH THIS NEXT WEEKt t I Madison County Roller Mills I i IIIIIIIIoio Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour i Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc i Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be i ihard beat i is another Excellent Flour I i IIoiIIIIoi II I f i Potts Duerson iWhites Station Ky i 1NNlf NN N N If Its Prom Joplins Its Good- Y Y wish to call attention to the large assortment of Nets Furniture now on sale at our store Wo invito Berea friends to make themselves at home at JOPJjINS moot your friends hOle and consider this your headquarters whoa in Richmond Wo guarantee quality of everything wo sell and invite parison of prices PICTUUI3 D I P AWl11 BNI Motildmgslu fashions latest dictates always carried and framing neatly done CARPETS AND MATTINGSi- n great variety UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY 73 Night 47 66 tIt for all for De Co to NHf our com JO Sr JOPLIN Richmond Ky t THE CITIZENf tJ PHILOSOPHY OF LAUGHING Optimism a Supreme Sedative Worr It Dad for the Health Again a word about the philoso ph of laughter When the system is nerved and is making conscious or unconscious effort the nerves that tighten the walls of the blood ves HUS are hard at work and pressure in the arteries is great but a hearty laugh as Bruekus interesting experiments show tends to bring the blood ovor into the Veins where there r is no pressure relieves the arteries and brings the exquisite sensation of relaxation of rest This is fa vored even by the attitude of n hearty laugh To draw in a full breath throw back the headopen the mouth and let the expIration gurgle forth with sonorous inter mittence to quote a phrase from the Philosophy of Laughter and to do it again and again slowly throws off the chains of tho worlds great taskmaster and brings us back back toward the primeval paradise where there was nothing but joy and sin and sorrow were unknown Once more optimism is one of the supreme sedatives There are men who worry because the sun will sometimes go out and the earth grow dead and cold like the moon or the cold measures be exhausted or the fertile areas of the world dryup because of the denudation of for ests but the philosophy of health is that the best things have not hap pened that mans history has Just that on the whole thereI l has been steady progress that in virtue comfort knowledge arts re ligion and nearly if not quite all the essentials of the further development of man faith in human and belief in a suture natureI l the present is the conclusion cry philosophy of development and evolution It is our good fortune to live in a day of the evolution of evolution and this is giving a new meaning to the very word progress and makes us feel that the world is rational and beneficent to the core t and that where conscious purpose and effort fail we sink back everlasting arms This is a sanifying point of view authorized now by science and religion and is a good psychic state to sleep on or in which to enter the great restlins lees Magazine Too Much Fault Finding Henry Crabb Robinson the kind ly and philosophic barrister once gave an effectual rebuke to the hab t it of fault finding It was as we read in his diary during a visit to ParisHe had spent the day in sightseeing with a London acquaintance who said to him at I will call for you tomorrowH- I will thank you not to cullre plied Robinson I would rather not see anything else with you and I will tell you frankly why Icame to Paris to enjoy myself and that enjoyment needs the accompaniment of sympathy with others Now you dislike everything and find fault with everything You see nothing which you do not find inferior to what you have seen before This may be qll very true but it makes me uncomfortable So I shall be glad to see ou in London but no more in PartsA of Sermons A clergyman in Scotland invited Bishop Selwyu to preach in his As usual his lordship gave an impressive and beautiful sermon which at the same time was perfect ly and simple The rector was delightedand said as much on meet ing one of the most regular members of his congregation Well sir I dont think so much of it rejoined the man It was so simple any child could have understood it For my part I like a sermon which confuses your head for a week I dont know any which beats yours for that sirLoudon TitBits l A Safe Refuge A certain wild beast tamer hind Leer on bad terms for sonic time with one of his neighbors and the other day as the result of a violent quarrel the latter with a friend at tacked the former just before he was timed to give his performance The tamer unwilling to make a Scene took refuge in the lions den Judge of the amusement of tho spectators when they beheld the two men standing in front of the cage and shouting through the bars at regular intervals out of that you big cow urd Come out of tltatlChums A Careless Boy Sirs Boggs Little Johnny has lost his knife and I was thinking Mr Hoggs What Has that boy lost another knife Its out rageousl Here I ant slaving my self to death to support my family and everything gomg rack and ruin That was a good knife and its a shame Mrs DoggsI was thinking my dear that as I have found six or eight knives that you have lost you might give him one of them 1 GREEDINESS AND HASTE Two Evils That Destroy Thousands of Men Every Year Becchers advice to his son make good reading You must not get into debt Avoid debt as von would the devil Slake it a fundamental rule Cult or nothing Slake few promises Religiously observe the smallest promise A man who weans to keep his proni ise cant afford to make mutiny Be scrupulously careful in nil statements Aiwa at accuracy amid perfect frankness no guesswork either nothing or exact truth When working for others sink yourselfout of sight seek their in terest Make yourself necessary to those who employ you by industry fidelityand scrupulous integrity Selfishness is fatal Hold responsible for higher standard than anybody else expects of you Demand more of than anybodyexpects ol highXovertcr to yourself but lenient to everybody else Concentrate your force on your own businessdo not turn off Be constant steadfast persevering Tho art of making ones fortune is to spend nothing In this country any intelligent and industrious young mot may become rich if he stopS all leaks told is not in n hurry Do not make haste be patient Do not speculate or gamble Steamily patient industry is both tin surest und the safest way Greedi ness and haste are two devils that destroy thousands every year Readdressing Among the Romans The ancient Romans were most simple in their attire and so contin wed for u long period but after a time fashion came to reign supreme among them just as it does with us todayIn the early Roman days the wo men following eastern traditions were seldom seen abroad and when they did go out wore their faces veiled hut as richness and luxury increased the household labors were delegated to slaves and dross und show became the chief object of am bition The simplicity of their home life and the number of bakers mill cook shops enabled even the poorer class es to sjwiid much of their time in the streets market places and at the public games It is noticeable that this day the poorest Roman woman no mutter coarse her garments will in variably have her hair neat plaited and elaborately coiled timid fastened with showy beaded pins whichcare of her bountiful tresses she derives directly from her ancestress of an clout times for the ancients spent more time in the elaborate dressing of the hair than in any other adorn ment Spare folllellis The Barnacle Goose Down until the middle of the eighteenth century many supposed to be educated people in tho world actually believed that the barnacle or brant goose was hatched from the parasitic shell known to conchol- ogists us the barnacle or as scientif icall l the barnecula Holinshed the Knglish historian who nourished just before Shakespeares appearance in Knglish literature in writing of the ii11lifipln goose says I have seen these barnacles hanging upon roots timbers etc with the feathers hanging out of the shell two inches Dray tons lethal published seventeen years after the death of Holinshed refers to the wonderful barnacle goose as fol lows In the north of Scotland there arcs certain trees whereon do grow shellfishes which falling into the water do become fowles whom we cull barnacles and in the north of England brunt geese in Lan tree geese or shell geese Cows on the Roof The funniest thing yet discovered in tho management of cows is time Peruvian fashion of keeping them on top of the house Time big rumbling houses of Limn have adobe roofs flat as a board floor and there are hundreds of them in the sub urbs of that proud old city which servo the purposes ofa barnyard The mules are housed in the lower rooms of the houselor- in Spanish America it is not gener the fashion for humans to in habit the ground floorwhile on the top fowls pigs and goats are raised and the cow spends her days there having been carried upwhen a calf Bunkered A golfing magazine tells a story ora man who applied for the see retaryslmipof a Y 011 understandsaid the cap lain that we want a secretary who is thoroughly accustomed to manag- Ing menIn case answered the ap licaut sadly Im afraid itd not mo you want but my wife He was bunkered London Globe ROAD MACHINERY Some nf the New laehlnrs Cued In llllthwnv llullillnit The extension of the Rood roads movement has resulted III a corre FlKJiiilliiR development of the engineer lug oiHTuUons Involve and of the ma chinery employed Possibly the most Interesting of nil time forms of special apparatus which have been Introduced for this work says the RrlvnUUc Amer ican Is the clevutliiK grater which Is utilized In reducing cuts several feet In depth This machine elevates earth and drops It Into wagons alongside loading a twitun In twenty seconds On an Av erage such u machine will load Into wagons In out day of ten working hours from 700 to 800 yards of earth Another class of machine In which great Improvement Is noticeable Is the KOA1 SCltAIEll AT WORK ten in road roller The principle on which the newest mnthlnes are con strutted Is to make the wheel which lire absolutely necessary to carry the machine net as the rollers proper toad rollers range In weight from five to nineteen tons and on the larger sizes the driving wheels are nbout m v entyslx Inches In diameter and have a facial measurement of from twenty to twentysix Inches lnpld road building Is still further facilitated by the ue of spreading wagons dump wagons road plows road scrapers amid other Improved forms of apparatus which nre largely automatic In their operation nnd which contribute to an economy of time and money GOOD ROADS IN MISSOURI fadeslow Our WM by the nrag jug trorra The good roads movement making good progress In northwest Missouri In Atehisou county one of the banner districts of the slate the agitation Is particularly strong A meeting of cltt tens wtis held recently nt which the proimsltlon was thoroughly discussed At this meeting the Hon Ward Klni made uu address In which he asserted that rook roads are too costly to attain general popularity and that It would be necessary to tlnd n cheaper BUll more practicable substitute Mr King has for several years main tulneU u road by the dragging process The method he adopted about six years ago says the Good Itoads Magazine was to drive down the road leading past his house with n stalk break made of two oak slabs This he kept up all summer going over the road after each rain loiter he took a box ulder log ten feet long split It In two und made another drag with the three crosxpleceti with both lInt sides of the slabs towurd the front He would ride on this und by hitching first near one end and then the o her he worked the dirt toward the center of the road amid made It us hard us pavement Today It Is said that the road Is solid and smooth Iced elm Mr King recom mends for the drug as oak Is too heavy tumid box alder not durable enough At first the road should not be plowed ut all and never very munch Drag be tout too dry just nfter u ruin Once ut n time Is stifildcnt If the water runs In the middle of the road fill this gut ter tip with n plow but the thing de Hired Is u hard foundation und little plowing Is necessary Clay roads under this process become ns hard ns pavement It works well also on gumbo roads After plow lug drug over three days until the road Is level about four or five times and once lifter each rain Is enough IllulMvur Appropriation Millions upon millions are set apart for rivers timid harbor but the roads that carry the products to the railways the rivers and the harbors must rest content with n few paltry thousands ii nil n very few We do not believe that the government should go Into the busi tress of roadbulldlng but we do believe that there should be n liberal appro priation for object lessons In the con utructlon of country highways says the Minneapolis Times A great canal be worth millions to the commerce of the country and the maintenance of n harbor muy be vital but let us be stow just u little thought upon the highways that first take the products of the turn on their way to the railway or the waterway The government has enriched time railroads by the bestowal of vast tracts of land upon them In view of what has been done for rivers harbors canals and railroads Is It too much to ask just n few thousands of dollars for experiment hi road Improve ment A Good Investment- It Is beyond question that money spent Intelligently on roads brings In a larger return to n greater number of people tban almost any other invest went of public funds and Is a form of tuxiitlon which ought to be much wore popular limit it Is lelrol uui Sprlnkllnir In Prance In 1urla the prefect of the department of the Seine owing to the successful American use of crude Metro leuui to lay the dust in street find country roads has ordered extensive experiments wade with It THE SCHOOL Tho nbovo song isla good ono for school exhibitions and tho air in very catching nnd easily learned by thu young folks Wo earnestly hopu our teachers are using the songs we are publishing Thoy are bright goot anti elevating Next week thi tutlec lions will 1m Kind Words Can Never Diunut The Lnughiug Hill fur tho hmo folks UNREALIZED HOPES Hundreds of teachers wgati their work in time schoolroom last August with high hopoH and delightful null ciptutions They close it noon with a heartache What is tho cnusut Unrealized hopes faded ideals And again what are thu cniiHOi of theso t So variant so Individual their nntiiru that thu7 can only bo guessed Hut for every earnest soul who has hoped much ex pocUnl much anil given of hor bent theru mire waiting words of solace smith oiicourngomtMilMifttakfn boon made Ves or tho teacher would nut human and thereby lilted to train hiiumn littlu children who aro always making mill takes Angels in thin schoolroom would ho HadlOllt of placo Only when tho human soul huts suffortnl smith grown strong over stumbling and mit M is it randy to understand sympathize and steady other wnvor iug wandering feet For imstakus rtviiiltiug from cart IrosnesM imlitTortiictt and mi under estimate ol tho moral rtJHllOnibilitiltl of the teachers position timers are no words of comfort God pity thin chil dreu who have been Uwnrftnl stunt wl anti made sufferers for a lifetime by such reckhvM handling If such touchers have not tho pricking con science to drive tlioin to give up their work may their school boards rvcoivn u special endowment moral courage and fill their places by men anti wom en worthy of it But for others to whom tho future seems only a mockery because them It no light heart IIUPH within to go forum mud tweet it for thono who have striven with all their might anti yet tutu randy to cry out I can never teach again because the past year has IXHM full of failures and ilisnp pointmoats for all such there is the teuderest sympnthy and the out stretched hand of uplift and unooiir ugemunt A probing introspection nnd review of the past will reveal much that wo could have hctteriii so much of error that wo could have avoided that the henit fails und courage droops What shall bo done Nil tIt bulls itnjIineMtHjItj Look rvtry mitfafa squarely In Ihr fare Acknowledge them nil to your own roll and to others if need be Out the full lesson tho past holds for you mid tlllmIol it Heaven 101 reached by it stoat Jlul wr liiilM the liwliler liy wlikh we Prnm the lowly ecru t the vault klw And mount to the Mjuimlt r iunil by round Viwiri Kilncution NOTINANYTRUST iUnynew i ape rHliaveUttlyKlrtn currency to report bylrnwpuutbtu l mrllr to tlivtrirrl NEWHOMESEWINO MACHINE CO Lad entered a trust or combination we wish to imMure the public that there In no truth In such reports We have been inunufacturlnK sewing nmcliln rllr over II quarter ora Cfnlll ry und liavo vttublUlied a njiuUilloti for our rives und our limchlnrattuitlii time envy of all others Our Vrtr Home inaclilno Imi never been rivaled a family machine It RUind at the head ofall high Grade twiwluu Iiuiclilniinud stands on IU oifti merits The II Xew Homrt In throaty reullu IlIUIl al1 AltK Hewing Much tame on the market It U not necciuary for us to cuter Into a trail to pave our credit or pay any debts as we have noUtbUi to hwy We have never rnUirrtl Into coiixtltlon with munufacturen of low grade cheap machine tlutt urn mooD to tell regard less of any intrinsic watt Do not bo de rived when you want anewln machine dont crud your money away from horns call on a II AVie home Dealer ho can sell you a better machine for lees ttuiu you cun purchase elsewhere If there U no dealer near you write direct to ui THE NEW HOME SEWINO MACHINE CD ORANOE MASS A- New York Chicago IIIHI Louis Mo Allan ta lR lalluK Tex Han KruucUcu Cul SISCO CO Nicbolasville Ky A J Snoll wautod to attend a party hut was afraid to do HO on account or pains in his stomach which he feared would grow worm Ho says I was tolling my troubles to a lady friend who said Chamberlains Colic Cholora and Diarrhoea Homo dy will put you in condition for tho jrty I bought a bottle find tako pleasure in stating that two doses cured mo and enabled mo to have a good time at the party Mr Snell ill n rosident of Summor Hill This remedy is for sale by S E WELCH Jim This is the third in our series of songs Spinning SongilagrrKc Allrvrtllo v 1 1 Suln his sis ilium Tba J i Sing has slu slag l learn lai i learn uur- n y ttI tbrwiil KOOIltUt ami in Jrtiw low taer ry boart to hung As your sitln IIIrIilul ly Urn to earn Learn to work r yrli yol low hak iMH wiH grow from year tu ymr is gis Keep a rhir heart wilhdsl lar to pray Spis slag on rust day tll tHll SPINNING SONG Concluded Ji1M ns slda spa law aiqag ku sic sing 1IiIIt lad aft sist Lean la k IsArw Loam Irn efe hnr I hud HufToml for over n year with n sots mouth and tongue Tlm doctor said it calve from tho fttomach I was mlvintd to Ire Itipntm TnlniloH null found tliom Ihu bust thing I hnvt yet taken I would nil visa everybody that hits amity stomnch troublo to try Kipnnn Tnhiilc AT DRUGGISTS The five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a yeart1 IF YOU ARE A FARMER AND HAVE ONE CENT Buy n Mwttil curd and semi to the Now York Trib tine Farmer New York City for n fren HM ciiiien copy Tribune Knrmer is a Nntiounl Illuhtrntod Agricultural Weekly for Partners situ their fam ilies and stands at time head of the acriciiltiirnl press Tho prico is tltlOIler year but if you like it you can secure your own favorite local newspaper The Citizen Boron Ky tit n ImrKnln tbSOlidTHE CITIZEN Berea Ky S BEREA COLLEGE 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lie a Iowa per term of twelve weeks i i 3THETIE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON X FOURTH QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES DEC 7 Trit of the Irauu llulli 1022 Mriiior Vrraea III 17 InlUrii Trtl L Hum all Cominrnlarr 1rrparrd- by the Her II M NlrMrna Coplight IWi tjr Amtilcan TrfM Ateoclilton And Itutli auld Entreat inn not to leave this or to return from followini attar time for whlthor thou guest will und where thou loderit will lodge Thy eoilu hull be my peoplo and thy God my awn Thin uiul the twit VIT glvi dwlurutlcin of hulls ioniTrliliiK her termination to ding to the God IeI V pcuplu of Naomi It Is Himiinvliut ullilinl liy the diflnrntlon of Ittnl to Duvlil III 11 Sum xv HI ls till Lord t llvtlh god my lunl the klin llvilh htirtly lu what place my hurl thu king 1111111m whether In druth or life evens thuii nlxo will thy wrvnnt lie That lliiwtf word should Iou thu utternnoeH of KiUtlluM to Jfvn In nil the moro III lurtMtlni The wholu of thin book of Ruth written by the Spirit of Gut no were till othur lortlont of the Illble U a beautiful nut tnont attractive tnUIni forth of the story of the UhiKilom when IhoNu who arc now the weary gleaners kliull tie field the world Matt xlll USi buying Income till brlile of Him who owns the field our klnmnuu Itrdiinnur the mighty own of wealth lwry name anil Inehleiit In the hook U moiit Hug wlatlve anti lion Ilsrx huiintlhlc mine of wealth for aiiolntetl eyiw mud warn Having but 0110 brief lonhoii III II WO cue only hint ul the rlohtH horeln- IJ Whn she taw that she wea atrad full mliMlol to with her thru he Ml aklnK unto her Bo they two went until they came to llrlhlrlitni- We tire rtinlndnl of the way Kllslu t clung to lilljnh mud how they two WIt on they two slob by Jordan tiny two wont over on dry Kround 11 KliUM II M5 We thluk aUo of I llimmlmx who exhorted the bellevem at Antloch to cleave unto thin Ixinl with purponw of heart and of Stephen who looked up MradfUNtly lulu heaven and now thu glory of Gust und JemiH dale xl J8 vii 53 It U tilt that we MI much need tills cleaving to the Load thU vtvadfastnesH thin seeing only nut nlway God and Jesus In thu lant lessen It wan the tanl nod Illileuli May It ever be lu the ease of Mick of it I my lord and I for thin eyOel of the Iurd run to nut fro throughout the whole earth to show Illnikulf Mroiig In the behalf of them whoHU heart U perfect toward lulu II Curve xvU UL In I Cor xv ftS we lire uxborted to be utradfunt immov able nlwnyn nbouudlni In the work of thu lord knowing that our labor In Riot In vain In the lord M 1Mtt cite raid unto them Call me not Naomi full nw Mara for the AlmlKhty hUh Until very Utterly with meta her townnKoile looked uH n her after her tau yiwrV aununcu terse l 1they wild U thlll Naomi lad thus the replied to them An one has wild Him tilnnird the Almighty when all llu did was Knielotivly to bring tier home Mguln Fur her troubles clot had no Oslo to blame but herself It Is good that Moub proves a Mara to the wan derer else the wanderer might like to die cad bo burled then Almighty U Kl slmddal the mighty Gel win Is sill sutllclvnt Gnu xvll li and had they known lllui its they should they would never have tuft Hethleheui to sojourn lu Moab When the Lord I- IIpJII1lI bltlernciM to come to Ills people always to win them luck to self Before I tens ullllcteil I went imtruy but now have I kept thy word Ill cxlx 07 went out full mid the Lord hath brought ma home again empty She Is right this time I went out the lord brought lilt hour The sheep wandered but the Shepherd sought mud found Wandering always costs us dear If any who read have wandered let them return quickly fur He crlei- ItHturn thou backsliding Israel and I will nut cause inlnu auger to fall upon you ler III 12i before we can know Ills fulliieaN we mum leans our cmptlI- IWH The name Almighty Is found more time lu the book of Job that In all the rest of thu Bible and It wait onl titter Job was thoroughly emptied qrtiwtJllltt that he was tilled as never tlt ru Job xlll rlij It was utter the i T iqhIJDi1Ic tvmtceenl Unit they had uotla i which to fret the fiOOO that the lonl abundantly tilled them ell with the lads loaves cud fishes and It WUH lifter thu disciple confessed that they hail taken nothing though they hUll tolled nil night that He sent to their IICIK 153 great fishes 13 Ho Naomi returned and Ruth lId Monblti her daughler In law and they rume to llethlchem In the brBlnnliig of barley harvest fill Monhltci cause from drunken ness and crime Kuthlehciu suggests buds housu of bread It Is butler far to cotuo from Moab to Bethlehem than to go from Ucthlubem to Moab If any have In the least degree wandered from iud let nil such return quickly mud whole heartcdly to Him mud hence forth follow fully making tho words of Ituth In verso 1C their hearts motto In addition to nil the precious gust comforting words of this book such us am found In II 12 10 III 11 IS etc thu book most Important as uliawliiK the ancestry of David whoso thronu tho Lord Jesus Is yet to establish and nccupy at Jerusalem Ua Ix 7 nuke ail U3 Thu title Son of Uovld Is thu llrst and 0110 of thu Just given to Chrlut In the Now Testament Matt 1 Nov xxll 10 and lluth Is one of the four women mentioned In Ills genealogy hi the first chapter of Matthew Known unto God are all Ills works front this foundation of the world All purposed In Christ Jesus our Lord mud sure of fulfilment for Ih every purpose of the Lord shall bo per t formed both for Ills people and against fhb enemies Acts xv12 Epb ill lli Jtr 1129 00 Full A Denilly Attack My wife was so ill that good phy sicians wore unable to help her writes M M Austin of Winchester luil but was completely cured by Dr Kings Now Lila Pills They workwonders in stomach and liver troubles Curo constipation sick headache 25c lit East End Drug COH IG pyrlgbt IbW by American Irew AsiaocU tlooJ Tio general pnoed tin floor with a clouded brow I dread a cntiwtroplu ho said In the case of ono inspired liynuch no btu aentimentii I dread to woo a woman iXxud to Ignominy jxirhnpti loath If that time coiiiua general Oo t will give mo Rtniogtli to dear It- Tho Kiiioral won silent a inouiont mud then asked abruptly III your brothnr uwuro of what you nru dot ug Hoi And ho coiuent- Ho does not Wo lire IndlvlduaK Ho Is ono of tho nobhiit of tho Mouth liKitlnmto dufenJcru but ho to nut re upoimiblo for my ucla coo of 1U illegit Innate machine Tho pitcher that Boos often to the well is nl last broken Thou souse ouu elw will spring up to carry on thu workIGod grunt that tho day may bo tar dUtnnt that It tuay sever coma 1 can hardly npprovu of it though you nni working in my cnusu Qouural said thu woman hur face again lighting ni If iiupinxl by seine absorbing thought endsside tins an organized secret service Whit guntrul would dorm report to hie governmunt that ho had acquired Information would enable him to destroy whichI shy hut It had been obtained by liuato nicanx and ho would not advantago of itf Yet what tnkoI would care to to called n spy hl Wo are engaged in a turriblu struggle Before Its elowi auy nnd oil moans will bo used to oonquur CltlCII will be burn Ill vast dUlrlcta Will bo laid waste Must I ceoM to employ tho iniwt effect ivu HKilliwl of all because I am doing illegitimate work Is my work UlaN Illegitimate than trying to conquer a people lighting for their independence Tho general made no reply for a hue Yours in n Mngular fondly ho said presently You ore all alike and yet you dltier Wo are united III the cause wo differ an to the niimtin rite Interview nru interrupted by the riiiKluK of u diunvr bell Iu the hall Tho gvnurul culled n uegni and bade him show Miss Bagg to n room upstairs to which she retired for a few inlnutox Thu servant brought In her bulongiug from tho buggy toglhurI with tho little box When down stairs thu party were waiting for her before going in to dluuur who had soon her covered by SourlI For love bonnet std her eyes screened with glasses wiW astonished Sho saw woman three or four years older than herself the beauty of her bend sad neck contrasting with tho hoinolluwis of her costume MiiuUngKKUotioedSouris surprise and going up to her took both her hinds nud kissed her chuck You sweet child she said feelingly you cant gut over my appearance when you met uio on tho rond this morniug can you What a fright must I have Hocmed to you I dont carts fur thoso Yankee onictsrx but bless your innocent heart I cant bear to have shocked you Bouri did not reply iu words but she looked nt Miss Uttggs admiringly Dbnt think hard of me tlio latter went out drawing Souri aside and mo tioning tho nst to go on into tho dining room I do only what I believe to bo u duty for you must suspoot that 1 keep n secret You could not play n part be neath you child You are too loving too innocent and you wonder how any other woman can I did once When Before I went to school trypNoMiss Ungg looked iuto Sourlti deep eyes and naked softly love Jouri dropped her eyes to the floor but her questioner who by this thaw had put mi arm HronndhaT reoeiTwd ao hpr Comeshosaid lotus not torturo each other I sue wo both have our se crola She led tho way to tho dinner room whore tho general and his stint were standing waiting for tho two women Tho party wore joined by Former Sleek and Jukoy and nil sat down at n signal from tho general CHAPTER IV A aUKUKHXAri HOME A dispatch for you general An niddecnmp entered followed n tall bronzed Confederate cavalryman with very muddy boots usual n southern sombrero on its head III his haunt ho carried a sealed envelope on tho loft hand corner of which was printed Onicial business Why not bring it yourself asked the general evidently put out at being Interrupted nt dinner Thu messenger says that liu was in strutted to deliver it to no one butynur self It is from general headquarters Tho nee stalked in his accouterments rattling It ho did so and remov ing his hut handed tine general this com munication Hu opened it and seeing that it was III cipher hnndud it to n member of lilt staff who poKcKxed thin key and directed him to unravel it It read us follows IIICUMjUIoIITEIIot AmIT IJunTo Oencrnl trvuie ItlRht Mir rrwro Irddrx inoirr Id krzn 11 mtanlJlOullbwraxdnrt iu alrwa fb Igh 111Ikltvq ge Ijuxgu inlkklnKinry to trdarln Ei11 ywpxy tx L3ltw HiiAtTot HIIAIKI Comdir Scarcely had the general given dispatch over for interpretation hllI another from thn same source had como by telegraph wax him also evidently uu inoxtricnble jumble of letters This too wits taken courlloItions of both to hll chief Tho first road las follows enemy having takers the gals I will atouiduu my prtwnt line Oo rrajy to form UulversftyMoreHero iii tho Kecou- dEnrmii trlt ir m In cipher novlvnl Cannot Mliw llutcini Mvuro Infurinatloa of the en emy a Intrntlon M to following thU unny acme Ditf TvnnwuHof Such Information would oonIThe general gave the two mesnagoH n few minutes consideration and then dUuiiMiug the aid who had interpreted theta directed him to Inform MitM Hagg that ho would like to her When idle entered thu you unit handed her thin interpreted copies of ttu two diKpatches Burn is n moro important work for you than any yon have yet attempted ha said Shu read both the dispatches nnd then thought a few minutes I am ready to undertake it gull oMlIMho wild but hupo of buccocd I must first fiuectctllllItaking off n mcfwagu in of the Yankee is given or hinted nt clearly to bo inferred and thou it tutut bo interpreted for it will surely bo in cipher If you could succeed iu both would insuru us victory iu tho ouIand that would bo half tho battlo to cause I will umlertako it You will bo exposed to n frightful danger IYou know general that I havo de lifo to this wcrk I consider that WI already sacrificed Wo movo tram hero at once as you see by tho order just received I will go with you apart of the way nut watch an opportunity to slip back behind tho Union lines With that Miss 13aggs went out nnd tho general began his preparations to cover tho retreat of tho right of the Confederate unity No further attention was paid to Farmer Slack and his family Evident there was business of greater impor IIY on hand They went out on to thn where they stood wondering what won going on about them Every ouo wnllsllrrlllg An orderly dashed no to the door loading an officers horco otIaway A man from on upper win dow called out to him Whats up Theyve secured the gaps WhlcMI aud Hoovers All of em Well what of IU What of In It mean retreat Anti before tho last word Will spoken ho was out of sight In a few minutes n bugle was heard ItsvjtonuH hind scarcely died away before the camp was alive with moo prepariup to move Tho farmer determined to got his children into the wagon as soon as post sible Ho hind boot given hits pass which for the present nt toast was likely to bo of little use as ho would simply follow tho army Tho party lout no time in getting to tho wagon nod into it and drovo down tho road Hut they were too Into The way Was chokI1- with horsemen and wagons std they were soon brought to a halt The gen eral ilanhed past with his staff and who should bo by hits side her striped dross covered with a gray riding skirt n sombrero oil her head with n jaunty oocks feather encircling its crown but Miss IJiiggs Seeing the farmers wagon waiting by tho roadside she reined in Bobby Leo besido Sours and took her hand Goodby my dour I trust that your Innocent heart will not have to suitor tuoro than tho rest of us during thu con tinuance of thin fearful struggle You know wo urn silt being tried in a fiery furnace Well meet again I know it If you over need any help or protection BetsyBoggsWhnrH It chicken coop called Jftkoy as sho rode away What chicken coop Th one on wheels Oil tho buggy she said smiling I left tint for tho Yankees to pick up when they como along llatsll be rlrtln inter it I reckon If he colt find it hes welcome to Itnnll with n laugh she dnshud after restFarmer Slack only succeeded in get ting a few miles on tho way before nightfall Thou coming to n small vil huge ho miulo up Ids mind that it would ho better to sloop there that attempt to go on through u country being abandon ed by ono force to be immediately occu pled by nnother Ho know well the crowded condition of the roads und the perils of night travel So singling out u house bosidn tho road which was the itinin street of tho place nnd seeing n woman standing III tho door he asked if situ would give him and his party a nights lodging Keckon I kin keep you nuns bu haint gut no stnblin fo the critters Oh I kin find a place to them uus salt Slack null handing out his daughter site went into tho house with Jakoy while tho farmer drovo oil to fluid shelter for tho horse Jakey wish ed to go with him but his father bade him stjiy with Sours limo woman of tho houso was depress ed Shin was not strong unit tho contin ued snccosiilvo occupation of thu country by Union nnd Confederate troops for more than n year hind completely worn her outIRCIIIthllfmtllConfederacy but lately sho had come tn endeavoring to find out thu sentiments of strangers before betraying her own Wonduring whether she wa harlnviiig Unionists or secessionists she began to question Jakey- Keckon you nine llvo nigh bout layer dont y boy Nigh outer tu1 Seqnoch Let mu till thut kettle for you stall Souri seeing the woman about to tako up a wooden bucket sho was scarce ly nblo to lift Tho woman sutlered her and went on making inquiries of Jakuy Thur nixed over Un tout ht somes socesh Which air ycr llaw1Iter n year u paw ho mought V changed seuco I went away Dont say mougbt Jnkoy dear said Soon Thin woman looked nt Jakey inquir ingly Y1 couldnt V 1nrucd much nt skate ef y reckon a mans goln tcr change sides in this hyar tight Th git wusier H wiiMser Still etyoM ben hyar yod 1nrucd thut Reckon y boo noth to skulo IWo have Ileum northlu Ohio said Sour as situ put tho kettle on tho stoveIt midnight at tho little frame house whero slept tho Stack fondly Farmer Slack was uwukuned hapound nt thin front door Then ho heard Illig woman by whom they wero shelter gut up and going to tho dour let some 0110 III Thin partition way thin nnd every worth that was said could Ira plainly heard Lordy DUll whar did y1 como from asked tho woman Tnllahomy Vhar y guilt ter Up inter tho mountings What fur Ter lay low till tho armies moO on south Thou wo um ro goin ter hang III tho taileus of the Yanks Thurs better feodin unit thur is behind Confeder ates Oh Ben I wish youd stop this business Go ht jinu ono o tho armies I dont keer which Only stop this kind oworkIolly you know ITo been drlv to toWhat have they left us Nothln but this house Ef I didut rako among tho refuse that tho Yankee leave behind eui whar youu th children be But why air y luavlu now llama What doe t nil mean tho men goin south Haint th goiu tor tight at Tul lyhouiy Thor gittln out on Tullyhotuy this very minute How dyo know I kern from thar this afternoon Tho train were gout outcn tho plnco loudest with supplies What them thing loin than Hu pointed to somo of the belongings of tho Slack family Thin farmer could hear tho woman caution her husband to speak low but by that timo Slacks ear was nt u crack Tiers n hyar staylu nil night she whispered Any critters Two but I dont want y ter take em Ben Its unilateral Thurs n sweet young gal oz helped mo git sup per u I wouldnt hew uothin happen to her fur the world I wont take thur critters tot after y glt somepn tcr eat Come bo lively my dear I hovut hod a squar meal III two days Whnrs the gauge I left cm a tulle other side o th town We gut tor git tutor th moun ting store th Federals come along Whur air tho young uus III thar Tho farmer could see tho man po into a room into which the candle from tho ono ml joining cast n dim light Thu father bent over the sleeping little one put lie lean face dowu beside tho round wnrm cheek of u child nit groaned Jnkoy whispered Farmer Slack Jake awakened but could riot mako it known because his lather had clap pet his hand over labs mouth Bo stilt my boy till I git yrr clothes Pout yer wako no sound to yen life Thnrs guerrilla iu th house Tho funnier got Jnkoys clothes ltd his own They put them on using nil possible caution Thou tho farmer took his sons hand nit led him on tiptoe to tho opuu window Once there ho took him up in his arms and passing him through it dropped him on tho ground a few feet below Thou Slack got through himself and dropped beside Jakey Now for tho stable my son Going across some vacant lots they reached the stable and took out Ixith tho horsoH Joke said tho father Im goin to the headquarters of tho Federal I want yer to stay n tnko keer o yer sis ter ISourlI101lt need no ono tor ink o ITho farmer went bock into thin sta btu leaving Jakey to hold tho horses and brought out a saddle and bridle JlrullolltlyIy IWhat yer gout to- T toll em the southern men n gittln outen Tnllyhomy T may make u lot o inter tor th cause Why cant I go n do thoU Ifho farmer mado no reply Ho went buttboy have n better chance to get through that a man Ho had great confidence in Jakoys abilities In this direction Jaktu whlipercd Farmer Stuck for thuy had been tested long before near the beginning the war Theo he disliked to leave his daughter without protection iu a lawless territory Jake ho asked nt last do y think y cd do t nuckouI y ou th road t Munches ter Thar or before y git liar yll find Yankees But yer powerful little to stub a job And the farmer looked atlas sou undecidedly Do y think Im a babby ter bo rocked iu a cradle No Jakey Yer n marknblo little chap Thurs not nother boy o your ago liviu Id trust to carry this message I reckon Ill let y try It Slack took Jakoy up in his arms nod sat him on tho hone Then he shorten ed the stirrups till all tho holes in the straps wero exhausted when he cut now cues making the length a proper one for Jakeys little legs Now Juke said lie father in tt touo that bespoke a desire to put resolu tion into himself and tho boy at the sauna time tell th Federal general that n guerilla kem to thin house whar wu war slcepin and tolo his wife thet tho southern men air gittin outen lyhomy Ho kem from liar this noon N my boy ez I often ntturI afore remember yer a Uniouer ht afraid o uothin Thars th road Tow you Bit CHAPTEU V CA1UIYINC1 vita SEWS Hat not Jakey Slack possessed a stout heart ho would have quailed at pushing out in tho middle of n dark night on n road of which ho had no knowledge and possessing thin disadvantage of bo tug occupied by neither Union nor Con federate troop Between tho rain and tho artillery ulltl thu wagon tho road worn all cut to pieces Water stood every where mud often whore the way passed over n depression in time ground it was necessary to pass through small lagoons This III thu daytime when ono might keep tho roast by observing tho fences when there wero may would not havo been so difficult but overshadowed by tho great black wings of night there was absolutely no guido savo by feeling underfoot or nn occasional glimmer nhead indicating that tho way lay through an ojHming in tho forest Tom floundered along at a very slow pace Jakuy found it not only difficult to keep him in tho road but impossible to keep out of mudhulc when on it Now Touts toro legs would sink into n soft spot mid again would splash into sleep rut or ono leg would be iu the rut while tho other was ou tho higher ground Thou hu would flounder while Jakuy hold on to thin saddle with all his strength to keep from being thrown off by Toms writhing All tho while a drizzling mill was slowly working its way through Jakey jacket to gut nt the skin Tho boy tried to guido his horse for awhile but finally concluded that Tom was fur bettor qualified to find his way than ho was himself amid dropping thu talus ou tho pommel of the snddlo turned his undivided ntten thou to keeping pits seat Every new until then Tom would stop and look nbout him liS much as to say Jakey I dout like tho looks o thing nt all But if Jakey understood him ho made no comment ou tho remark Uu haul placed Tom In command and did not propose to interfere Just before morning tho darkness grow thicker Tom had for several tulles proved himself worthy of than con fidence reposed in him and kept thin road but all of a sudden ho brought up against n sunko fence Jakoy war discouraged Ho knew Tome had lost tho road and as for him self ho did not feel competent to fluid it again Bringing thu horse sideways to thu fence ho slid oft ou to the top rail and then down on to the ground Hold ing tho rein and leading TOOltor ho dared not leave him lest he might not find him ngnin tho boy groped around for awhile looking for the road It was of no use Go whore he would there wero ouly stumps and grass every hollow being filled with water He thought of lying down iu a fence corner to sloop till morning But ho did not like to do this for fear that once asleep ho would not wake up till IltoIthe noxt duty and then tho nrmy might bo away front Tullahomu with all IU stores and perhaps there wore a great many other advantages they would gain that caused Jokey be lilt n good Unlou boy to wiaoo though ho could not namo them But thero seemed no alternative It could not bo more than two hours beforo daylight would show him tho road nnd ho re luctantly concluded to go into bivouac As ho was looking for n good brood flat rail to stretch himself on Tout lint his noso over his shoulder affect ionntuly mud rested it thorn Never before hind Jakoy felt so deeply any interchange of sympathy with n dumb brute Tom olo critter ho said putting his nrms about tho horses neck hits air lonesome plaitlyrJakoy you hot Mnybo Tom had nn object in view moro important than nn offer of sympa thy Maybe he had something to com municate At any rate Jak y stood with his nrra around thin lowered neck and looking over it ho espied n light Golly Tom ho exclaimed I reckon y sort JTO HE COSTlStJEDl Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Persons who board them ITetI can upend ai much or little at they choose on living cxpeiiMt It pajri to have a little extra money fnrjlrrt nre book and other thug But the noocxMry expense are onlr M follow To pay the Grit day xowsan HALL Living xx penec LANG lULL 148HoMiltal II ftM Boob etc about 2 00 2 to General Deposit 00 IO Furnished honor full 4 1 First Months Board 5 6 in 17 IS 00 To pay during the term Beginning MOl1Mrll 1 00 S 1IJeglnnlng id Mo Hoant ft 00 S tat 7ww 25ro Genl Deposit returned 100 1111 Total Kxpvnic 12 W nl 37 CO 37 For those below Grammar deduct the ti for book and tl from Incidental fee making the total onlr am in When four girl room together each saves U or more on rout nmtlfilel making the total only HU3AO If eliwed below A Grammar Itoom and fuel nut one dollar more In the Winter term Two room for hoiixekecplnR with hones etc ran usually be rented for from SI to Ie n term The price of big ciiir n little tanbark or a few homriHipnn bedcovers will Riven term of school witch will change onen whole life for tile Imllnrl Will Make Affidavit INew Lease Postmaster of Lifo for an Iowa Postmaster R IT Randall Dunlap bas I suffered from indigestion and re sulting evils for years Finally I tried Kodol I soon know I had found what I had long looked for I am better today than in years Kodol gave ire a nest lease of life Anyone can have my af fidavit to tho truth of this statement Kodol digests our food This enables the system to asslmilatesuppliesstrengthen Ins every organ and restoring Kodol Makes You Strongir- epsredonlybyE0DaWurr00Chlcagu TheLbotl econtslnssiitlmeatbe511cakseA The forecast of sudden changes iu the weather serves notice that H hoarse voice and a heavy cough may invade the sanctity of health In your own home Cautious people have n bottle of One Minute Cough Cure al ways at hand E II Wise Madison Ga writesIII am indebted to Ouo Minute Cough Cure for my present good health and probably my life It cures Coughs Colds LaGrippo Bronchitis Pneumonia and all Throat and Lung troubles One Minute Cough Cure cuts the phlegm draws out the inflammation heals and soothes tho mucous membranes mud strengthens the Jungs For attic by East Eud Drug Cj Three Years in Richmond And out of all thin sots of tooth that have boon made at my online if there is one set or any sets that show any defects I will make n new sot free We are making thin host set of teeth in the world for 750 and if detects show in IVP years we give you a new sot free This applies to all tho teeth havo mado or am going to make the best alloy fills in the world at 75 touts DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobsor Building nest door to Gov eminent Building Richmond Kentucky If you feel ill and need n pill Why not purchase tho helM DoWitts Early Risers Are little surprisers Tako one they do the rest W H Howell Houston Tex wr- itosl have used Little Early Riser Pills in my fatuity for constipation sick headache etc To their use I am indebted for the health of my family Sold by East End Drug Co s- I If THE CITIZENJ 1N 1NN 1N 1NNM NN- LOCAL AND PERSONAL i iN11N N1NNN1 1NNINNNINNINNN Fresh Bread at Prestons on Main strut Mr Boucher County Y M C A spout Sunday in Berea Monday was County court day Only a small attendance Fresh Graham and New Corn Meal r overySaturday at 1 C Slfarps Fresh Fish and Oysters every Fri day at Prestons on Main street Miss Anne Crosby wont to her home in Oak Park 111 to spend va cation Miss Mnmie Hanson is back from a term of millinery work at Waynes ville 0- Prof H M Penniman was in Be roa for two or three days but is gone north for field work James M Reynolds has retuiued r from Hamilton 0 and will enter school the coming term James M Early is building a neat threeroom cottage in the rear of Bicknell C Earlys store Mr C B Lindsley of Corning X V has arrived to assist in woodwork instruction in the College next term The roses on the communion table at the Tabernacle Thanksgiving day were gathered in Prof Joness garden C 1 Ogg our photographer has been sick for several days with bilious fiver but we are glad to learn ho is better Joe Hutherford and family late of Wallacoton will occupy the residence of Mrs John Rico in the west end of town DaltonC Ponder blacksmiths have dissolved partnership and the busi ness will be conducted by Jas Dalton hereafterRev Helm is holding a I series of revival meetings at the Christian church beginning on Sat urday last J W HoskniH Center treot and R E Preston Broadway dealers in real estate can supply home seekers on short notice Jack Burnam our West End bar her has moved to his new home He has built and completed a very neat two story dwelling The December term of the circuit court convened in Richmond Monday afternoon There are 111 crim inal cases on the docket- A general Thanksgiving socialwas held in the Tabernacle at night Music recitations marching and conversation were the features Three weeks from today is Christ IiInnsday Go to the East End Drug companys store on Main street for your supplies and presents f The College Y W C A secured dainties and eatables of various kinds from the benevolent and cheered homes with Thanksgiving visits Your Fruit Cake for Christmas will be the very best if you get your Rats ins Citron Currants and Spices from the East End Drug company- A Sesquipedalian social will be held in the West Parlor of Ladies Hall on Friday night Dec f front 30 to 830 All young ladies cordially invited Charlie Johnson writes from Hunts burg 0 to announce the arrival of n little boy to brighten our lives His advent was Nov 17 Tilt CITIZEN sends congratulations Jo S Joplin of Richmond has the largest and best selected sock for Fur niture of nil kinds to be found in t many a mile His prices ore very low and he guarantees the quality Mrs Sigmond wife of Fayette Sig mond of Depot street died Monday night at 10 oclock The funeral was at 0 a m Wednesday at Second church Deceased died from con Hiimption Two turnips wore brought to our office on Saturday one by Thomas Ogg measuring ten inches across and weighing 6 Hi oz and the other by Alfred Johnson 2 miles east of Berea weighing F Ibs The East End Drug company on Mam street have added to their stock a full line of Family Groceries Flour Lard Goaloiletc their stock is clean well selected and sold at lowest prices for cash Six quart tin pail 10 cents Throe cakes tar soap 5 Four ounces smelling salts 10 i All first quality goods at TilE TEN CENT STORE next door to postoffice Richmond Ky Chester Preston Dick Moore Al bert Corbin Joss Ramsey and Rollio Stuart colored were before Judge Gay Tuesday charged with being r y drunk and disorderly Pines ranging from SI and costs to S20 and costs wero assessed Frank Galloway father of Mes dames E T and A T Fish died nt his home Wednesday 7 a in aged 81 years Burial today at Boron cemetery Mr Galloway was born and lived all his lifo at the homo whore ho died J1Thompson Baker Boroa 07 now of Temple Tex writes Wo have 220 in the High school I am delightedwith tho work I have that of Science and History Nothing is more appreciated than the weekly visits ofTHE CITIZEN Herr WASTED F F1 and G C Hall former Berea students now op rato a Mail Order Business the only one of the kind in the U S For free prico list and information address C1F Hall Co 105107 W Adams street Chicago Ill Note Berea references given if desired Mrs Bettie Walker and Mr Horace Yates were married Nov 25 at tho residence of J C Francis Richmond Ky A reception was given by Mrs Dovie G BlyttiP Versailles Tho parties were accompanied by Mrs N W White and daughter Tho body of James Hatfield who met rcath last Friday six miles west of MiddletowuO arrived here on the train Monday night and was taken to Kcrby Knob Tuesday for burial Tho deceased was about 28 years old anil was a brother of William Hat Held of our town Tho second annual convention of tho Madison county Young Mens Christian association will bo held in tho First Presbyterian church Rich mond riclaySatunla and Sunday Dc c 67 Prominent members of the association will bo present from dilTnr ent parts of tho State and willad dress the convention I CORRESPONDENCEt 1 J NNNNtNM NN11 N N NN 111 OWSLEY COUNTY GABBARD The first snow of the soason foil Thursday H C Gabbard is very sick Meredith Gabbard will have an entertainment nt the close of his schoolT P Gabbard will have an exhibition at the close of his school Had a fine game of ball recently be tweon the Gabbard and Wolf Crook teams Gabbard leading in score Mrs Alfred Bolin and son Delaney aro visiting relatives in Manchester A C Gabbard of Booneville visited R W Minter and family last week Nearly everybody is in a rush to fin ish gathering their corn MAJOR G W Seale has justjroturned from London where he has been attending the Federal court as juryman Mrs Eva Reynolds is visiting her father James Judd of this place Nathan Ambrose closed his school on the 20th and will spend some time visiting other schools Hubert Wilson Flora Scale and Willie Ray will go to Be rea soonJ S Rowland has gone to market with n drove of cattle MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Mr David McCollum purchased buckboard in Lancaster Monday Mrs Geo Ballard is quite sick at this writing Mrs Warren Elkin is on tho sick list this weokMrs Mary Gab bard is also on tho sick listMr C C MoWhortor started to Illinois Tuesday Dec PEYTONTOWN Rev R H Munday held his regular meeting hero Sunday night Miss Addell Phelps has closed her school and is at home againMr Charley Burnam anti Mrs Alice Phelps visited the closing at Valley View Friday night Mr Burnam furnished plenty of music David D White a young farmer hero and Miss Elton Rhodes of New Liberty wero married Tuesday Reception Tuesday nightMiss Sophia Finnol has gone to Indianapolis with her brother for the winterMr George Shearer who has been very ill is con valescent HICKORY PLAINS Our Sundayschool is progressing nicely Mr Gilbert Wymen is assist ant superintendent Miss Luellon Evans has been quite sick for tho past week Misses Maggio and Annio Adams visited friends at White Hall last week John Johnson is having his residence nicely repaired Walter Tisdale wife and baby of Whites Station spent Sunday with his fatherinlaw J A Adams Frank Brown has purchased the farm of G W Tisdale for 2000 Albert Lewis who has boon back several days from Illinois is quite sickJohn Torrid has returned from the West JACKSON COUNTY KERBY KNOB Time body of Rev Abel Bryant was brought from Estill county last Friday where ho hail been holding a series of meetings and interred in tho Durham graveyard near Sand Gap Old age is supposed to bo tho cause of his death Miuia the little daugh tor of Mr and Mrs William Jones is siitrering from spinal diseaseJj Doanos school at Long Branch closes next Friday Ho will liars no outer tainment James Click is suffering very bad from a number of risings on his neck Soveinl of tho young peoplo from hero are planning to en ter school at Boron in tho winter term WELCHBURC Born to the wife of Dr G C Good man a ten pound boyMiss Mary A Chappell is visiting friends in Pineville Boll county this week W M Creech hits gone to Lotcher county on business H CCarmach of London traveling for a Knoxville grocery house passed through our town a few days alto on his way to- RydenTho Sundayschool at the Conway church is progressing nicely with IL P Minter Supt and Miss IL Powell SecMilton Powell has sold his farm mid is talking of moving to Hamilton Ohio Loyd Begley and Miss Rhoda Begley visited friends in Owsloy entity Sunday GARRARD COUNTY CARTER YILLE Tho Rev Mr Bryant delivered a Thanksgiving sermon to n small but appreciative congregation The con gregation of Level Green Christian church was disappointed because of the inability of tho Rev Mr Living atop filling tho pulpit PS announced Sunday1 number of our young folks attended tho school entertainment and basket supper given by Miss Jonnio Wallace and her school nt Manse Friday evening They pronounce it a decided successMast- of our teachers attended tho Teachers District Association held at Lancaster Friday Walter Hamnmck was up from Paint Lick Sunday to see the homo folks Houston Omen spent a few days last week in London and Corbin Cartersvillo boasts four first class white teachers touching schools easily reached from home the most distant being about threo piles PAINT LICK AND LOWELL Miss bL D Walker closed her school Nov 20 She will go to Heron College the coming tormMiss Pearl Pittuiau of Manse and Green Merritt wero entertained by Miss M L Walker SundayA E Beasley expects to go to school at Borea soon W E and J Walker sold n num ber of hogs last wookIVm Havy kins of Cincinnati 0 visited her mother here last week Miss A V Walker closed her school in Flat Woods district Nov 26 She goes to Lexington for a visit There was a fino entertainment at the Paint Lick church Thanksgiving nightW M Kavanaugh expects to move from Car tcrsvillo to Paint Lick U S DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE WKATIIKK 1IIIKKII Voluntary Olwvrven Mftrorologlral ItwnnUor week ending Drtfinltr Ior at Dorr Station Maximum 18 Nov 20 29 December JMinimum 29 November 27 Rainfall for week 212 in Rainfall for mouth 133 in Rainfall for October 2ftf in F D CARR REV IRL R HICKS 1903 ALMANAC To say that this spleidid work of science and art is finer and better than ever is stating it mildly The demand for it is far beyond all pre vious years To say that such results reaching through TIIIRTV VEARS aro not based upon sound sense and use fulness is aninsult to the intelligence of the millions Prof Hicks through this great Almanac and his famous family and scientific journal Word and Works is doing a work for the whole peoplo not approached by any other man or publication A fair test will prove this td any reasonable per son Added to the most luminous course in astronomy for 1903 forecasts of storms and weather are given as never before for overylday in the year allcharmingly illustratedwith nearly two hundred engravings Tho price of single Almanac including postage und mailing is THIRTY CENTS Word ami Works with the Almanac is SlOO a year Write to WORD and WORKS PuiiLisuiNO Co 2201 Locust street St Louis Mo and prove to yourself thoir grunt value ttM package from now until Christmas will be found a game amusing and differentkinds Get Lion Coffee and a Free Game at Your Grocers II T Mcintyro St Paul Minn who has boon troubled with a disor tiered stomach says Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets do me more good than anything I have over taken For sale by S E WELCH Jn Farm for Sale One Mile West of Panola Madison County Ky Containing about ono hundred and seventyfive 170 acres of good graz ing or corn laud well watered about twentylive 2T acres of good timber oak hickory maple etc good tear ing orchard of apples ponchos pears etc good sixroom dwelling with good spring near tho door stable and corncrib with sheds BtIll outbuildings Will be sold M a whole or in tracts to suit purchasers For price terms etc address Thomas Million Richmond Ky Or call at the farm Salo d COIUIIM ASII CIUIIH IX U1IIIIWHV- llrruiiiinenilatloii of n Well Known Clilmgu IlijilcUn I use and prescribe Chamberlains Cough Remedy for almost all obsti nate constricted coughs with direct results I prescribe it to children of all ages Am glad to recommend it to all in need and seeking reliol from colds and coughs anti bronchial alllio lions It is nonnarcotic aud safe in the hanks of tho most unprofessional A universal panacea for all mankind Alas MART R MELESDV M D Ph D Chicago Ill This remedy is for sale by S E WELCH JR A Fine OpportunityIf ad vantages of a first class School and good Society I will soil my threeroom well plas tered frame house on a lot 120 foot wide 300 test deep near the L fe N depot in Borea Ky together with my well appointed Sawmill and tine Grst mill The mill buildings are all now and iron roofed The machinery is all in perfect order The water sup ply both for house oad mill is novor failing I WILL SELL AT A BARGAIN Write or call on J C SHARP Berea Ky A load Cough Medicine From the luettc Tawoomb Auitralls I find Chamberlains Cough Rem ody is an excellent medicine I have boon suffering from a sovoro cough for tho last two months and it has effected a cure I have great pleasure in recommending itW- C WOCKNER This is tho opinion of cue of our oldest and most respect ed residents and has boon voluntari ly given in faith that others way try the remedy and bo benefited as was Mr Wockner This remedy is sold by S E WELCU Jo rassr ChristmasGames FREE In each pound of LionCoffee free instructivcso AsthmaOne II a terrible case of asthma We tried almost everything but without relief We then tried Dyers Cherry Pectoral and three and onehalf bottles cured her Emma Jane Enttminger Langsville O IAyers Cherry Pectoral certainly cures many cases of asthma And it cures bronchitis hoarseness weak lungs whoopingcough croup winter coughs night coughs and hard colds Till atar 25rMeoec I an ordinary ruiu 9aIua1 right fr IceurLtea Uon M Mf4 it ett t Bimt economic fur chroote rairt and 1 r Arlan teoiret6 Mesa West End Meat Market For Fresh Meats Salt Meats Sliced Ham Lard Sausage Vegeta lilts utc Highest price for Country Produce R H ROYSTON Phone tpp1N tiNaictI JUL Fatal nt tirnarIlrh- kI know I would long ago have been in my grave writes Mrs S II Newsom of Decatur Ala if it haul not hems for Electric Bitters For three years suffered untold agony Irom tho worst forums of Indigestion Wnterbrosh Stomach aud Bowel Dys pepsia But this excellent medicine did me a world of good Sinco using it I can oat heartily and hove gained flT pounds For Indigestion Loss of Appetite Stomach Liver and Kid noy troubles Electric Bitters aro a positive guaranteed cure Only Wc at East End Drug C- obSTANDAJD m A Rotary Shuttle A Sewing Machine STANDARD GRAND SWELL PROM LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONe BALL REARING STAND WHEEL We also 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