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IImv JOHN Independent Weekly or and Devoted to the nonWEUT CAnInterests of IflntI HEnt Ikt Pot tinu alaee 60 CENTS FARM A YEAR SCHOOL II VOL IV A Family Paper I1GKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 190 Fifty cents n year NO HIWI IDEAS Tho athlete trniim fur his rare mid tliu mind must bo put into training OIlU will win lifu M race Tint innn who doM not liana curly in llfu to focim his efforts to centnd l I J nehievhlumrkucI Thorn ore no two words in the IIII linh Inngungo which stand out in bolder loliof like kings iiMn n chuck er hoard to great tin extent tho wonlH I willu From An true IIby Orison S Mardon TAKE NOTICE Tim Union church will meet for prmicliiiiK service next Sunday morn ing in the now Parish Hoiiso The annual meeting of tlio Boron churih ootmrh nt tun Parish HOIINU on Satnrdny Dinner will be served nt noon to bo followed by roll call and hllNilleHH Pro Win D ChiimlHirlaii whose hinging rending mid preaching urn well remembered Keren in to give n rending ill the Tnbornnolo to nil the students on New Years day Citizens are also invited to attend Students who have hten detained by home Mchoola keeping late and nr rive nt New Years time got reduced rates for the ronmining nine weeks of1 the winter term Mcda number of wpo via rltiKSM Ore to lw formed for their iMilrfit FROM THE WIDE WORLD The ruble In id hotuecn San Krnu ciieo ltd Honolulu will noon bo in operation Knrthiiinkof oontintie nt Andijnu Huwtinn TurkesUn and many vic tims hun IXKHI milled to the original number of IW Lord Ctinoti in honor of the no rimsioii of KiiiK Ivdwnrd of Knglnnd IH emH ror of Imlin nmdo his ollwiiil entry into the cnritnl of the Moguls and oH ued the liibar The Humtkirt feebly swindlers to till mount of million were lodged siiWy in jail in Paris to nwnit their tri d No OUt MUCH that of Dreyfus bns IxvhASouIedMJ much stir IN OUR OWN COUNTRY lxsliu M Shaw was miiilo secretary of the Treasury on ChrintmnH tiny All iwrlitw in tho Vouxuohin contro versy have granted the wisdom of ro ferring their dillloultios to the Hngtio in plneo of Pros Roosevelt The 1rick Coke company made n voluntaiy mlvnnra of over eight per rent in wnguH affecting 1Mamen This is n subwidinry company of tho I S Steel corKirntion Tho Penimylvnnin Rnilrond com 011Iry for the purjxwo of hoauiiying its stations nnd stretches of track on tho Sew York and Iltlsburg divisions On Christum tiny Pres Roose ivoltand family received many tokens of esteem The Salvation Army in Now York gave away over 2000 din ners to the deserving poor 5010 G A It veterans were timed nt the Day ton Soldiers Homo The Superior Drill compnny of Springfield 0 gave its employees S2fiOO fifty fac tories of tho city presented in nil ten tot of turkeys to their workmen I IKX people were entertained nt Horti cultural Hall in Cincinnati Count loss other instances of American gun erosity might mentioned- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Rerun College has mom students than over before A bill carrying an appropriation for rural delivery in Madison county has hmm passed It will bo several i months before complete plans ns tot routes are known The first annual lays work confer ence of tho Young Hens Christian as sociation of Kentucky was hold nt Frankfort Dec 21 IV Musio in uliiirgu of Sec Onmblo of Beren Col logo Tho Worlds Fair movement in p1 Kentucky is progressing nicely and in January wo shall have mi opportu nity to contribute towards the 5100 ono necessary to erect a Kentucky building Within tho next month tho Morning IftrMdt Lexington will bo installed in tho most complete building for 11uowspapor work outside of Louisville Its Christmas number is worthy SpOt nhil mention Brother Dodwell Is disposing of lily interest in Tin CITIZEN amid desires to talk with tho friends of the paper before bidding them good bye Announcements for time new management soon J rar lrifinln For twentyeight mouths we have weekly inter course Many of you I know person ally others I have not seen only in imagination but have felt n positive personal interest in aside from your subscription fee Many of you have said very kind things about TIIK CITIBX nnd everyone of you hnvo ex tended to mo cordial hospitality when hnvo had the privildgo of visiting nt your homes For thoso cherished kindnesses most sincerely tliBiik you When I took charge of THE CITIZEN it was my purpose to sx nd n full half of my timo out in the field visit lug people in their homes soliciting subscriptions nllllOK opportunity of fered preaching duo gospel of Christ CrcnniNtnnccfl such ns sickness of myself or wife nud we have Intlsoil oils illness nt times unfHVOnblo weather nnd duties that came unex pectedly prevented mo from fulfilling my purpose Tho trips I hnvo made wit in thu field were always pleasant and profitable nud I formed acquaintances I shall over cherish Some two mouths ago while preach ing nt Wnllnceton I was deeply im pressed that it was my duty to return to the regular pastorate which 1roo fcigued when I took up work on Tilt CITIZEN The conviction deepened nUll I have offered myself to my church the Methodist for rendmis sion to the regular itinerancy and ex pect in n few days to go to n church to which I hnve been np ointed by my Bishop Remember me nnd my work in your prayers There is a matter of importance to which Iwish to call your attention Quito n Inrge number of the subscrib ore to Tut CITIZEN nro behind in their pnyments and TilE CITIZEN is in need Paper presswork mailing editorial work etc nil sire expensive You enjoy the paper and prize it You cntiuot well do without it 11 in n flood pupa ami icell icorlh double wluit it cOII lf you Wont you help me square accounts by sending in renewals J I have kurt suudiug you tho pnper and I really nets what you pnillIIIIyou Wont everyone who knows him self to be behind please remit by money order registered letter or pos tage stnmps for hack duos and one year in advance It would help out so much and would help tho editor to give you n hatter paper Sometimes n person when asked to pny up on n paper loud renew their subscription will refuse to take tho paper out of the ollico without paying up This in not only unfair but very unkind I lope none of my old friends will do anything like that I do not hesitate to say that THE CITIZEN will pay you nil it costs you many times over It costs you less thnu one cent n week Not nn issue goes out buts worth ton times that much Come to our help anti if you cnn induce some friend to subscribe do so The more of your neighbors who take and rend THE CIT mans the bettor neighborhood you will have It preaches true Christian Cit ionship Do your best to extent its circulation and extend its usefulness With sincere regard nnd wishes for your welfare nnd with earnest hope that you will continue your kindness amid favor to my successor I bid you FAIIFWEU till wo Meet on too Ever green Shore BROTHER DOUWELL PS Address your remittances nnd renewals to flU CITIZEN Boren Ky The skeletons of tho noted trotting sires George Wilkes and Hanover and tho great hunter Black Squirrel three famous Kentucky horses are to be mounted for Slate College museum ol natural history h DR SPERRYS LECTURES IThe lectures by Prof L B Sperry incalculable mimic to nil who heard them and they were attended by Inrgo nnd enthusiastic audiences Dr Sperry as a physician and a scientist showed tho wonderful modi nnihtn of the human frame and laid down the great nnd simple rules for health Beyond this he showed how tho mniiHgempnt of ouosbody affects tho soul nud character Ho certainly helped many young mon who art carrying on a vigorous wnrfnro against tobacco The stories ho told and thus princpliS ho tnughl will bo repeated by our young p oplo who go out to teach in n thousand remote places To many of our young people Dr Sper ryu lectures have beenfiilly worth a term of schooling A GOOD CHRISTMAS Tho Christmas festivities of tho College went off as usual and this is saying a good deal for they usually go off in a way to make our hearts glow It would bo hard to toll which of tho three Christmas trees was best The biggest affair was nt tho Chapel where two trees sloodnud gifts were distributed to many hundreds of stu dents The youngest students had their own gathering in Lincoln hall and their presents were bright nnd beautiful The more advanced stu dents taut in Phi Delta flail amid hero wo sow more books amid articles of rmanent value Miss Virginia Dot known to Berea nud to many people outside was lucre on a brief visit from her home in Hartford and read n true nnd interesting story of life among tho Indians nt the Christ mils gathering in thin Tabernacle REPAIR THAT LOOM Beroa College has secured market for homespun and homewoven goods such ns bed coverlids linen dress linsoy jeans blankets etc at following prices Covorlids 1 4 to 6 Linen 40 to RO cents n yard Dress Liusey W cents a yard Jeans 00 cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes fJ n pair White linsoy amid white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide nud 2J yards 00 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homomndo dyes Any woman who wants to sellcover lids or homespun to Boren College should find out what time College wnnts before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in per son or by letter to Mrs Hcttic W Graham Boron Ky LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROADT- ime Table In Effect Nov 16 1902 loliiR North Train 4 Dully Leave Beien 911 8m Arrive Richmond 86t n m Arrive saris f 05 nllI Arrive Cincinnati 7 30 n in luliiB North Tmln Dully Lea vo Berea11 au It m Arrive iichnloud1210 am Arrive PurisI 18 pm Arrive Cincinnati 000 pm fining South Trnln Ialiy Lenvn Berea 122 p m Arrive Livingston218 pm Joint South Trnln ft Unity Leave Borea 11 HO p m Arrive Livingatomu12 30 n m Trains No1 and No ft make connection at Livingston for Jellico and tho South with No 21 and No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agent A Royal Roast King Alexander of Servia is a de generate and his brief career is dis gusting lie looks says Willinm B Curtis in the Chicago Record Herald itS if ho had escaped from an asylum for the depraved but i bodyOnconstitution and on two or three OCt andJowcrcredit to a great general Unfortu lintel ho has inherited some of tho depravity of his father time lato King Milan who was probably the worst ruler Europe has seen for a generation but at the same timo tho sot possesses a physical and moral courage that Milan never dis played Dont Use- Spectacl es Unless you need them and if you use them ho sure they fit your need I will givo thorough examination FREt or ciunni always indicating tho correct glasses to Wee you dont need glasses I will toll you so Ta A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky DR M E JONES Dentist e OfficeRear Mrs Fiihs Millinery Store Office Days Wednesday to end of the we- ekMONUMENTSI Urns Headstones Statuary Granite and Marble Work of all kinds dour in n workmanlike moaner nt rea sonable prices and with dispatch All work guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Corner ol MIn ant Collliu Str- eetNOTICE I would like to make tho aquaint anco of everyone within reach of Boren who can MAKE 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 ol lliUMIng Ilerea College Nothing Slow about our methods of selling Wo mark such low prices on high grade Harness and Horse Goods payss bettor to replace old things than to spend timo and money toggling thou up The very atmosphere of this shop tells of good quality loather There is genuine stuff in our tearless nnd it has tin tho features that distinguish it from tho imitation and inferior grades IT J Moberly Richmond Ky I III InIIIiI 111 II InlI I I 11ooM I I IInI I 111 N I IMoJtI II Hanan Shoes = i Are the- Worlds FINEST SHOES S THIS To Phone They won first prizes nt the Worlds Fair and the PanAmerican Exposition as tho most elegant foot wear for men Latest styles always hero Prices aro 500 550 and 600 Mnny fine at lower prices All kinds of feet correctly Try us next Covington and Banks RichmondEI OUTFITTERS FOR AND BOY- Srrrrrrraar3artrrFat IIIIII aarAawfairt rL 1 I THE made other shoes fitted MEN WEBER WAGON oul I i AGENTSi i I eIfe Come and examine our lines of i Footwear Clothing Ladies ii Coats etc especially our IHOLIDAY SUPPLIES Y o i Bicknell Early Berea Ky I oNNRNNNNNOONNi NOio NoN NWt1NN9i o t N IN NN NNINNNNNNNNN NNN NI N NNNNNNNNNNNINNN NI N i Madison County Roller Mills I lnIol- ler F FlourIManufacturers Fancy I Corn Meal Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc i Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be i hard to beat i PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour i 011111111101 l DuersonI i I fWhilesStation KyINNNNNNNNNNNNNNNINNINNHNINNNNNNNNNNNINM If Its From Joplins Its Good We wish to call attention to the large assortment of Now Kiirnituro now on sale at our store Wo invite our Berea friends to make themselves at home at t JOILINS meet your friends hero and consider this headquarters when III Richmond YOllrIWo guarantee quality of everything we soil and invite parisou of price- sIMCTUItH U UI A HTM KNT Mouldings in fashions latest dictates always carried and framing neatly done CARPETS AND MATTINGSi- n great variety UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone 73 Night 47 66 Buffalo I Ship JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky I I THE CITIZEN MOND GAS niirovrrr of a Cbrmlit For Vbloh Ort Thing Are Clalturd- A recent consular report from Eng land fays that British commercial niul sclent lilt circles are much Intcrcntnl In n dlscorery innilo by Dr Ludwig Mo11- 10t the great chemical firm of ItruniitT Moml i Co limited This discovery Is it gas for furnaces unit pts njllIf which It Is claimed can he supplied t IIIIIMIIIKTM lit u liiiiilinuin price of two pence per 1000 cubic feet Mmid gas Is a producer gamad from the cheapest class of small enia niul dust commonly called hltumlnoiiM slack Dr Monti discovered n process liy which this cheap slack can he reel verlid Into a clean gaseous fuel In such n Wilt that a very large proportion of till nitrogen of the coal In recovered a iiniinonlii and converted Into sulihnt- of iimmonla which Is n very valuable manure and fertilizer The dlstlnculsb lug features of the Moml process are The utilization of cheap bituminous slack The recovery of 10 pounds of Sill phiitu of ammonia value at present 1i4 for every ton of slack gaslfled Low temperature working that ii oreclinkers formed In the producer and- the nmmonla Is not destroyed Very perfect regeneration of heat b nn Ingeniously designed system usln water as ti heat carrier The production of a clean gas of ex tremely uniform quality free from to mid grit and of a higher calorific value then most other producer gases Alrohul Moto l M Oellers In an address recently de livered before the Gerpian Distillers association made the following est mates as to the comparative cost per horsepower hour of using gasoline petroleum Illuminating gas nod alco hol According to his data the gasoline motor consumes 077 pound per horsepower representing a cost of 31 mills a petroleum motor OSS pounds til 2i nulls a gas motor costs 21 mills per horsepower and an alcohol motor uses UOS pound at 20 mills Ills re sults therefore show that the alcohol motor U cheaper than tIn gasoline dearer titan the gas and costs about the saute as the petroleum Milk Ireierratlon A recently Issued report of the Mas Michuscttrf state Ixwird of health gives none Interesting Information regard tug milk preservation Of the samples examined by the state analysis 110 per cent were tumid to be adulterated that s to contain u preservative Of these contained born Ill acid ft car bonate of soda and by far the larger portion 5o formaldehyde Expert ments matte to test the value of these three substances us milk preservatives gave results very much In favor of for maldehyde The milk undergoing th test was kept at the temperature of th laboratory about 30 degrees V Will lied nce Steamer Epene Kemarkable results have been report ed trots a change of natural to forced draft on a steamship Two Scotch boll ers are now doing the work that for merly required tour the saving of coal Is four tons per day although the average revolutions have Increased three prr minute old considerable space been gained for freight Kllr a it Motive Power It U reported that recently a man on the Moselle flew a Malay kite 014 feet In length and succeeded in towing with It n boat containing six persons against somewhat swift current The wind ut the time It Is said was strong and he could have easily Increased the force of traction by flying several kites o andttribution to our knowledge of the lumi nous rays emitted by certain minerals by extracting from various minerals a substance which resembles lead In its chemical properties but which acts in complete darkness upon a photographic plate full emits light which shows a line In the violet portion of the spec train The line however Is not the same as that caused by glowing lead ax It differs from It in position They think there must be another as yet un known element In the body of the substance More Aphalt at LatLarge deposits of asphalt have been discovered lu the Island of Salaugo off the coast of Ecuador The only known deposits of any extent have been In the swamps of Trinidad Island and In the lakes of Venezuela So great Is the val ue of the Venezuela deposits that they recently caused International complica duns The discovery In the Island of i supplytTul Year Platinum Output Russia null produce this year 12000 pounds of platinum This represents tin worlds supply of the metal which will about equal the production of last year The last purchase of platinum was at the rote of 300 a pound so that time value of the output this year will be about 3000000 The mining of this metal which Is confined to time Ural mountains has progressed but little lu probablydueno competition Mining Marble In the Ural The existence of marble In the southern Urals has lung been known but only within the past year has any attempt been made to quarry It Yellow green gray black and white warble are now being taken out but for want broken of improved methods much of tlIj INSANITY RUM AND DIVORCE ltr nrt of llrlllnli Cnninilaalunrra u Ionarl The tlftynfth report of the lh Ills h commissioners of lunacy shown that time total number of certified hinatlc- i In Knglund and Wales was on Jan 1101 107UU bring an Increase of lIUUt on the number on Jan woo sThis Increase of notified lunatics In ItHMi compares with an Increase u lrli In IMit nod one of 31 14 III ISlS The average annual Increato fur the hitlyour ending at the same ditto LolHi no that tire Incrcate In 1IWU was i5 below the average annual lucrcntc In the ten and DOT below that In the live preced lug years The commissioners how altlunigle f Increase of lunatics In tine last ten yours previous experience has shown that It Is nut wise to reckon on u con tinuance of this satisfactory condition of affairs Dr Arthur V Wllcox an English lustfully expert discussing the situa thou fur the Westminster Review sug that this diminution might he 1Inalla continuous and In a much grouter ratio It a hereditary tendency t marriagegInsanity was contracted utter mar x prily history of alcoholism lie approves the legislation of three of our states Arkansas Idaho and Florida where permanent Insanity after marriage Is mode a cause of divorce Dr Wllcox acknowledges that the working of these nets must present certain dltli colds that of deciding the question of curability bring tire chief In either sex after three admissions he thinks It safe to regard the cure as one of In curable recurrent Insanity and to de tain the patient Dr Wllcox furthermore gives Infer ential approval to the Htllcy of all our states except ten allowing divorce for habitual drunkenness The present Ine briates net of Kn Iand provides for the detention of convicted habitual drunk arils for nut more than three years In n certified Inebriate reformatory Dr Wll cox would make such a sentence to confinement Ipso facto a ground o divorce III the cure of either husband or wife without any unnecessary delay or expense to till plaintiff and he de clared that such a law would be III tie Interests of humanity mud morality nuke and the benefits would be ten t In future Venerations WORK IN HARMONY Stirring Appeal lu Advocate o l niM rnnir ehere are ninny causes which contrib hubcutter points with special emphasis to two poverty and the mo notony of tine small employments to which our civilization with Its dlvNIon of labor reduces so nfa11 workers There are various methods of combating the curse of drink Otto says a writer In the New York Ameri can Is to seek the Improvement of so club conditions which by bettering the lot of the people as n whole will reduce tie temptation to resort to the solace of Intoxicants That Is the plan of po litical economists of philosophical re formers who would go to the bottom o thugs and elevate character by chang ing the environment Tire wore popular way Is by the per scud appeal urging the Individual for religious moral and prudential reasons to abstain One plan does not exclude the other There U reason why the advocates of either should not work In harmony with the other Poverty Is the cause of most of the drunkenness that atlllcts the race mud drunkenness Is the cause of much poverty It should be the aim of every friend of temperance therefore to give his cordial sympathy to all efforts to abate poverty lint social changes that affect the material condition of the musses of men conic about slowly and while these changes are progressing It U not a waste of energy to view time average man and woman as a free agent mud to urge upon him and her the duty and advantages of letting al cohol moue- That method though It does not prom ise the elimination of the drink habit from society at least makes certain the saving of mammy wen mud women It Is doing good lu detail while waiting for larger causes to produce wholesale re suits Therefore the American believes that a pnsslng present need of the country Is n great temperance re vital relying chiefly the personal appealThousands of pledge signers would be rescued from drunkenness timid morn thousands prevented from becoming drunkards and an assured conse quence of such n revival would be to guide publle thought to the temper ance question as n whole anti ad- Vance the cause In those wider arid deeper aspects which Involve legisla thou not only upon the liquor tratllc directly but upon the Industrial con ditions which are responsible for erty Juatlce to Wife mud Cblldrc The court was hearing a case of drunk third arrest Time Judge turn cd to the woman who stood near whose worn sorrowful face hud touched his heart and said I aol sorry but I must lock up your husband The In jured wife victim of the legalized liq uor traffic one of the mummy who take the consequences while the husband inks the drink hud no thought of touching deep moral or economic prob lemibut only of plain everyday com mon sense when she replied Your honor wouldnt it be better for me and the children If you locked up the tm lion and let niy husband so to work RELIGIOUS THOUGHT CJein leaned From the Teaching If All Drnomliinlloiia Did you and I ewer benefit humanity very munch without a self denial with Sout a giving somewhat of ourselves III their behalf Rev Andrew llagemun Dutch Reformed New York Creed and Confraulona Creeds And confessions have their cuminfnor confession will save Rev Dr Clumpett Episcopalian Sun Francisco Sumrlhlna In The desire of the true heart dud thoughtful lulutl Is U lye me pome thing to do give me saute part In the worlds work glee me u mission Rev Dr lilxhcc Lnlvcrsullst Boston Kdnratloii Without Hrlliclon Experience teaches that you eau hoc educated villains that education with lout sanctities of religion or restraints of morality Increases the jtower for evil Rev Dr Dana Presbyterian Philadelphia KnlarKFiurnt of Man Ours ls an iige of thought and thought means time enlargement of men It has been so III ull creation u1hls earth wits not made III u moment The story of our old planet is In Its growth Rev Dr Prince Methodist Carlisle Pa- Hail of Christian Living Judgo nut that ye be not judged should turn the heels of Chrlstlun llv log The average stun U too proud to censure the faults he sees In others mod the time spout thus could be used to better advantage In correcting his owuHcoDr DIxon Baptist Uoston Seeking and Searching The spirit of Christ is a spirit of seeking and searching It Is a spirit that cannot rest until success has crowned Its efforts Ask yourself Is that the spirit of me Yet we cull our selves Christs disciples If people lave lust their habit of going to church what dots It mean It means that they are suffering from a diminution of spiritual Interest Rev Dr Alsop Episcopalian Brooklyn Time Irearnt Duty Our duty to put on the harness was never so great us today that we may rplntt the religion of love on the bulls of the higher philosophy of observa thou and experience the basis IIIKIII which must rest all permanent dud nil future forces of society It 1s the forms of religion which harmonizes best with the advancing civilization of this coun try It Is the true republicanism of Christianity recommending to ull na tions liberty justice and love Rev Dr Harris Unlvcrsullst Worcester Massf Religion Lunch Life Religion satisfies because It enriches life It opens the way lulu a new kind of joy It brings Into play u new range of activity Thus Jesus said that he cove that we might have life that we might have it more abuiV edultl He came to widen out the clr cle of human appreciation Time pur I ose of religion thus considered Is akin with the purpose of ull progress It U to teach new truth to awaken new aspiration to develop new possibilities to round out more fully the natural life of uiun Rev George lieges Pitts burg Ao Ieace Without Christ withfpeace to have excitement pleasure gratified passions success accomplished hopes But peace never That you cannot have until you go to him The Christ less heart Is like the sea that cannot rust There Is no peace for It But In Christ you can get It for the asking The chastisement of our peace was upon hint For our sakes he died upon the cross so making peace Trust him and the God of peace will fill you with all Joy and peace In believing Then bow your wills In obedience to his com stands and so your peace shall be as a river Kevi IL II Carson Presby terlun Brooklyn The School of Buffering Suffering Is a great school We learn our best lessons In this school of Hut ferlug We learn for instance to love truth and to know it by suffering from errors We learn to love righteousness us we suffer from sin But the greatest lesson we learnt from our experience In life Is the great central lesson of obe dlence Do you know that It U the hardest thing In the world for you and me to become obedient as we puss through the school of suffering I have learned obedience by the things I have suffered Not only do we the lesson of obedience In the leaIllI experience and suffering but we develop mid consolidate our character Itev Dr MucLuurln Rochester N YtYe are complete In him In Jesus you hove power In him you are accepted In him dwells ull the power that you used and be puts the whole of It ut your disposal Yesterday to day and tomorrow What about that yesterday of mine The blood of Jesus Christ Gods Son cleunseth us from all sin blots out that which Is past That Is where faith roust come In You must rest on that Take God at hU word about It and trust him What about my acceptance When my life Is abandoned to Christ be takes me and I become a part of himself and all the wealth of his righteousness and all the beauty of his character belong to me In him and In him God accepts me We are accepted In the beloved And what about tomorrow Christ stands In front of you and me null he Bays Io I am with you all the days found wanting Hero is completeness In him pardon for the past acceptance for the present and everything I need for the future Rev G Campbell Morgan Evangelist at Moody lUlU tute Chicago THE HOME HOME IN THE WINTER In time summer time homo mean the wholo farm hut in the winI ter it may menu principally lhOhOURo1 When winter condos wo house were hotter This is n goodI timo to plan nod perhaps build dition or improvement for tho house It in not necessary that ahousoshould bo expensive in order to bo comfort able mid delightful TilE CITIZEN be Roves that there is no house halter than QUO built of logs but they must be nicely hewn niul tho cracks well fdloil and the chimney well built Too trinity of our houses lack good windows A window toward tho sun will slake tho children happier timid healthier Anil tho mother is called upon to devise ninny things to keep time chil droll busy mind happy whorl they are shut indoors Now is the time to teach the little girls mind tho littlo boys too for that matter how to knit Now is tho Unto to have tho children who can read busy reading stories to the younger ones In title way thoy themselves will bo learning and will give pleasure to all tho hilt ily Bo sure that you make the chil dren uso nt home the learning they have gained at school A great secret of happiness is keep ing busy If you have not n good shed near the house for wood build one right away and then let your boys be busy there part of the day cutting wood and kindliugnnd getting out nice pieces of hickory which they can whittle into whip stalks axe handles and splints for chairs Anil in tie window keep n pot of IlowerH Make your home Iwiuiltut bring lit It llowtr Plant tlieni around you to but ami lo bloom Ut them gnu bight In your lomllr t hour let Idem give joy lo lighten ynur loom If you ctin ilo oh mate boiue an KJeu Of tmuiljr anlllalnlllnflllllYlnr Twill hunt you In long for thai home you are tiretlllijc The lain rulml In brauty Iwyuml tlila dark tomb Male home a hive where all braullful Irr llngit Cluttrr like bera sod their honeydew tiring Make II a temple of holy revmllim And love Ihr bright angrl with shadowy wing Thru halt It bo when afar on like bllUmt Wherever your tempntloel children are Clung They will long fur the shade of their hnutekwp- Int willow lng the inevt w nr that Ihelr motlivr hail sung THE SCHOOL A LETTER TO PARENTS CONTIMKIl Again if a lay in school ialull ble n day out of school is disastrous The child loses time connection in his studies lads himself out of step un able to recover hit place He loses interest becomes discouraged and prefers to drop out of school entirely By another term ho finds his former classmates and competitors Imjoud him and he is compelled to go in a class of younger pupils In nine The crowned heads of every nation The rich mon poor men and misers All join in paying tribute to DeWittH Littlo Early Risers II Williams San Antonio Tex writes Little Early Riser Pills are the best I ever used in my family I unhesitatingly recommend them to everybody They cure Constipation Biliousness Sick Headache Torpid Liver Jaundice malaria and all other liver troubles For Hale by East End Drug Com STANDARD Rotary Shuttle Sewing Machine STANPAmD GRAND WILL FKOWX LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We s1o manufacture sewing machine that retail from IIZDO up The Standard Rotary nlnll ai silent at the tick of a watch Stake 900 ntUcliea while other machines snake 200 our local dealer or If there U MAWlrto town addreu If THB Standard Sewing Mifblmt C Jl alit Flint 1tutu tutu II hT F IJ Wilcji Jr Local I Agcnl cases out of ton a boy will quit school forever rather than Loput hack ns ho expresses it Nothing short of serious illness or absolute necessity should keep a pupil out of school n singlo day In most districts them are only one hundred days of school in tho year and each ono is like a costly gem that ono lost can never bo recovered Lastly competition is Incoming sharper every year Time country is opening up nnd your boys and girls will coma in contact with till HlmrlllHt- mhlllA mod best trlthltd intellects or- tho world If they are left in ignorance they must inevitably lose in thu struggle If you have been deprived of an education and have felt its loss make up your minds that your children shall not sulfur a like or worse disadvantage NO IL THE LITTLE ONES What signifies the early years of lifotho years of childhood So that tho little toddlers have enough to eat with plenty of sweetmeats lint an oc casional bath is not that sutlicentt Perhaps wo have trot stopped to ro1 fleet that time first years of life are in some respects at least the mottt im portant of nil Tho first five years may properly bo called time period of acquaintance The child is placed in n world that is entirely strange to him Ho wants to know what it till means Everything that routes into his hands goes immediately to his mouth to bo tested If it is good to cat he is satisfied if not it is east nettle Next to taste come the senses of sight and hearing Bright objects attract tho eye end anything that makes a noise is pleasing to the ear The rat tle box is especially suitable because it is bright makes a noise and gives exorcise to the arm that wields it From ono to five years of ago the child is seldom still in Ids waking hours At has been said it is hits time for getting acquaints with the great world around him If proper scope is given him ho will learn more things in the first fire years than he over will again in n like period Time foundation is laid for nil Isis future knowledge Tho main thing is to give him n wide and varied range To keep n growing mind shut up away front tho world of life is dangerous at any time hut in childhood it is fatal to development The child shout have great freedom In his investiga tions of birds animals insects plants tars earth and sky He ap oars to be ono mass of interrogation points What is itt What is it good fort Will it hurt snot Ills questions nev or cease unless they are violently stopped by parent nurso or teacher and this should never ho allowed to happen though it frequently does Blessed is that child whose trainer is patient wise skilful mid loving Whoever would gain tho heart ora child must be interested in his little world and quick to respond to his swiftly changing moods and fancies And it is well worth tho pains Tho most sacred trust ever given to mankind is tho training of children Aid it is our duty to soo that their young lives are brought into contact with as many things that are beauti ful wholwonip invigorating amid use V ful as possible Their rapid smith symmetrical devel opUlent will ho n constant source of delight lo tholllflollllIucl their friends and the possibilities of their lives will in this way stud title only Ixconm realities long WIIIT DINHMOIIK THE FARM FARM WORK IN WINTER Wo know some farmers who arts idle most of tho winter hut the good farmer has as much work to do iu winter as at any timo of time year and it is profitable work too Tho titan who is to work In inter must 1m well clad Imo can atford to buy some good boots mittens and underclothing A few dollars will lit you up so that you can go out everyday in the year The IHV I tiling to do at this time of the year is to see that tho horses cat tie sheep swine and chickens are well housed and protected from tips cold Chickens eau roost in the trees hut if thoy do they ant not likely to lay eggs nor grow fat Tho strength of their food is all used up in keeping warm Repair your barn stop up the cracks put a now hinge and latch on tho door make it tight awl com fortable Got some poles anti aprwtd a roof over your fodder so that it will not Ito partly spoiled by that weather If time barn is too small winter is a splendid time In which to cnlnrgu it It is just as profitable to rnivo corn by building a burn ns to raise roil by work in tint spring null summer And winter is tho timo to fix up fenny You are not using tho fence now but you have timo to go around every lot and new tlmt the rails aro timers end well laidso that when spring comes you will not IM taken off from the planting to fix rlUetfAnother piece of winters work is the jetting of time wood It is tilt lazy milan who has time small wood pile and once in a while gnU so far behind that ho burns a puncheon from floor of his porch Stir around Ufor a big supply of fuel no that women and children will not made sick by lack of fuel or by ex poAtiro In goicg out to get it The poorest tint who has a homo can plan have a woodshed where them shall 116 dry fuel And winter is the time to Ilduk mold study Go over tho crops of till past year and sot whoro you have minute money and where you have lost and plan the management of the farm for next year in such a way as to do bet tor nn ft PSI had suffered for over a year with a sore mouth and tongue The RipausTubulesvise vorybody that has any stomach trouble to try Itipans Tabulos j AT DRUGGISTS- The five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a year Berea College Founded 1866 IPLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 LargestCollegen Applied Holenco Two years Course with agriculture for young omen and Domestic Science for young Ladles Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing housework Nursing two years cOllntyICollege Couraofl Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaure ate degrees TheoryWeChristian cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a snail incidental rooat payforbrought within kl4UU about f15 to bo paid in advance RatioualistsFir II FRIENDLY aMriu tki WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County SKy 1 1 d t THE CITIZEN TILE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES JAN 4 t Test f On Lraauu AH swl 22ni 1Jlrunury Vrrr 21182Culdearra 4AI 01 III fiiniiiiniliirr Irrpnrrtl 9bythe llev U SI Mlrnrn- CowtlgU 11m by American Ittu Auoditlun S2U And the multitude rose up together oKulint them unit the miKktrutu rent off theIr clothe and coimniuuleJ to heal themOur hint ICIMOU In tits bunk nU months UKU loft the inessuuijcra of the Lord rejoicing la their wdcouio to tilt hoiue of Lydia who hud just opened her heart to receive the Lord Jesus The public coufrulou by bn tlsw of herself Mud ber household caused Joy lu heaven tin well ou earth IuUo xv 7 10 Thli war too much for the adversary BO ho begins u Bj vclul work of opposition through the damsel Mud the ruler of thu city which resulted lu tho beating and Imprisonment of 1uul und Silas pure4prlaunerC heard them When dual of Tarsus first becnmo n dUcliilu of thu Lord Jesus hu was told that hu mint suffer for HU sake even nil thu Lord taught Ills disciples while with theta that the world would lulu them used they lUll lit not ba offended If the religion Jew should put them out of the synagogue und kill them lets tx 10 John xv IS xvl h Their bleeding bodies their feet In the rucks and the dnrkneitt und louthhomiiieiM of time Inner ptlnou do not teimrutu them from thu love of God nor break their couiuumloti with Him Tiny ore tilled with prayer and praUe according to Ill xxxlv and like Daniel and hU friends they uru victor through the presence of Christ with them opnWTheir songs were heard lu heaven us Well on earth and though they had no Iniluenco In thu city sew thu i rower they lad In beavena quaking earth foundation wall vhuklui prUon doors upon irUonen bonds loused by the darter of these meu who felt all that was dune to thew all dono to llluinelf giveSprisons to those who were bound l1I- UhI1 sayburlitre While the righteous were Buffering ullIILutnity how fearful their condition Sew and believe Luke xvl IK U3 Itov xlv 011 Job xxxvl Iii What a mercy to awaken such ere It bo too latel The Jailer lu hU blludiiess Out knowing UludlI9 M Tlirn tie culled for a light and ipranc In and cane trnnbllne and felt down before Paul and Bllm snit brought them out snit wed Sire whit must I do tb be saved ThU U till work of the Holy Spirit whom Jesus sent from the Father end of whom Hu said Wbeu Ho U come Ho will couvlncv of sin of righteous uea and of Judgment John xvi 8 Thu Jailer hud never had to do with prisoners Uku these our had ho ever met with Undue lu return for such trvatmcut an hu had given to these two Wen lie raw lu them those who Lad power that was not of earth hu saw that they veru fel friend for wen whom hu bad treated he had these might naturally have let him tuku his life and been glad of It but they had begged htm tot to harm him self lie lies been powerfully wrought upon fur hU souls good he sets his danger and turns to those lu whom hu had sewn the supernatural Sec in Job xxxlll IS JO SO amid the context how much God does to save u soul and consider the sorrows of Jesus and what It cost llltu to save us s Any they said Uelteva on the lord Jesus Christ and Ihou ihalt ba saved and thy house And they spakn unto him tin word 6f the Lord sad to all that were In his house Gods way of salvation Is believe receive behold takult 1s all fully prepared and provided lu Christ and e the Invltatlou to all Is Comccouie how with the ussuruuce that no oue who comes shall ever bu turned away lsu IS Iv 1 Mutt xxll a John 12 LJ vi 37 Ilex xxll 17 Without anything whatever on our part but a sense of our need Hu asks us to accept the gift of eternal life this url being lu HU Sun Ills unspeakable gift Ro- mvIJ8IJohn v11IICur lx151 The sinner U not asked to do a trfuglu thing but confess himself u sluncr cud accept that which God her provided il When ho had brought them Into his house ho set meat before them and rejoiced believing In God with all his house llelng saved by grace ho at ouco bo gins to work for we are saved lu order a to work See carefully Eph 810 i Tit III 5 a Having becouio a child of God ho begins at 91100 to confers It by baptism cud manifest It by kind ness The same hour ho washed their stripes took them Into hU own house und cured for them lie became ut once u member of the church the body of Christ u teuiplo of the Holy Ghost and having turned to God from Idols lie begun to serve the living Iud truo God and to wult for UU Sou from heaven I These 0 10 Faith in Christ receiving Christ brings snlva tlou and then the love of Christ constrains to good works Ho is at ouco tilled with Joy aid pence lu believing Row xv 13 and notice that hir household U with Win lu this God loves to save households Think of J Lydia of Noah of Itahab and their households Plead those Instances with i GOld ant truat Him for your household t t a xr- A Nclentlllo Dlicovery Kodol loos for tho stomach thnt which It m tinablo to do for itself ovon when but slightly Unordered or overloaded Kodol supplies the natural juices of digestion and dooR the work of tho Htonmch relaxing tho nervous teusfou while tho iiiilatned muHcloa of that organ are allowed to rest anti he- alOH1CKilIAUGA By Captain F A MITOHEL ICojiyrlglit by American Irvu AwKjcla tlou Thiii Is a Confoderntu household I believe said thu fugitive alt Itt Thiuik God you are one of ours NoWhat Federal She turned pale Na Then for heavens sake toll uio what yon nru I am n Confederate married to n Union ofllwr There were quick nuccosslvo hashes of hopu aud fear onMiBHllnKpt counte nanceAud you will not KVO mo up live you up What do you moan I nm in thu Confederate secret sere Ico have just been recognized by a Union soldier a cavalryman Ho was not mounted while I was in my buggy I heard him cry halt I gave icy horse the whip mud before time nmu could mount I vas away and soon turned be Idol u wood There is n fork iu tho road I took tho loft road loading hero Hu iiiuxt Imvo takeii thu other which leads nowhere Hu will discover hU mUtaku turn back und take thu right roacL This in thu unit housu ho will pass Mid ho will surely come iu to ask If you have seen mo Well You will not betray mo Laura thought of thu coining of her liunbiiud onu night months ago Hying us this woman was trying for his life Xo rest easy on that score I will do all I can for you There was hut little time for action for thu words were scarcely spoken before a cnvalrymun dushml past on time road Hu was throwing mud and water behind him his boots heavy with molit TonnesMu clay Noticing the louse IM Mss Hiiggs jirudlctud hu row ruin and entered time gateway Hiding up to tho vnraiida ho shouted Hello therol Oct in there ifulck said Laura pushing the hunted woman into nclonet Thou gulag out onto the veranda she stonily dumunded of thu mail what hu wanted Did you see a woman go by hero just now in an old farm buggy No such parson hat passed Sure Suru Are you people hero Union or Con federate IJotli You must excuse JUt mnaam but I think Ill look about for myself a bit You will do uo such thing Why lion1- kCl11111U this house is protected by a safeguardThat doesnt include rebel emissa ries I shall make n search If you do you will regret It WhyI report you to Colonel May nerd commanding tinter brigade You have touio influence with tho colouol I suppose sold tho soldier puzzledI have Im his wife Tho devil youiuT in ou under tone Then aloud Well maam it you are Colonel Mayuardfl wife that unds It I dont see how n Uuioiiioolo uuls wife CUll give aid and comfort to a rebel telegraph worker for thats what the woman Iuud lifting his hat ho role away- Returning to tho parlor iLaura found Sourl there just from thu burn Tho closet door was op eel audllitia Baggs stopped out lit ho gono Yea Taking Lanran hand JIlssBaggs covered it with kisses thou turning to Son ri she throw her anus about her nock Mis Fain canto lido the room amid seeing n stranger itrow back Mamma said Laura this lady cones to us much as Mark ouco cume from time other side She is chased for her life A Confederate nskodfMrs Fain A Confederate Heart and hand body nail soul exclaimed Miss UaggH One tiyuipathiziiig with our cause is welcome hero UufortmiatuUy my film ily is broken by diverse sympathies My huibuud is exiled on acoonut of his sympathies with the Federal cause JMy son in flghtlng for tho Couftxleraoy My daughter hero is the wifeofi a Fotlornl pflicur Myowneympalhiea4ctre nil with tho south And nowsaid Laura Ht yomwill cone with too I will get you sonic dry clothingI but first lot urn know to whom I alit indebted for all this kind fleas Thu family uamo fsiFainMiss n coutrollodiau ifjacmlutlon of surprise Faint Fain And you are LauraFaiui I was I am now Laura Masnnrd Yon seem to at least horvohoaiM of we I move heard of you I win n Vir ginian You once Visited iut Virginia I was thou iu Italy stud iuB art And you mire There was a brief eilqiico fbeforeth guest realJjd She senlel diilibexatiiiii f wnctncr to maito norsoir mown or not Betsy BaggH she said at last mid it was evident that It she had another came ehu would uot reveal it Supper was announced after which Miss UitggH asked to bu shown ton room whore she could rest A servant was summoned who led her to time guest chamber and tatting the lamp on a ta JctOc1tQJIUlIoltWIaj1J disappeared Miss Daggn turned tho koy in tho lock and then carefully examined the walls with a view to discovering if there were openings through which any eye could peer into the room Hur narrow escape last of a number of such cpinodcs had partly unnerved her and she rut down iu a cair to rest languidly closing her eyes Out uot for long Rifting she drew from time pocket of her clttJl1I every one knows that there is no better place of concealment thau a womans pocketa small bundle o popcrK Spreading them out ou time table site drew her chair near it mid after once more casting her uyo about the room boo gau to study them Miss IJagg had been endeavoring to go euro thu information required aii to tho methods of tho general commanding tho Army of time Cumberland in following tho retreating Confederates ocr siuco thu request had boon niudo of hnr in Juno previous Hero it vas September and she hind elTectod nothing True she had taken a number of dispatches in climber from tho wires but they were very long std tho longer tho message thu more difficult she had found them to decipher Within a few days she had intercepted two very short OUCH Taking thorn froth those before her slio began to study ono counlsting of ouly a few ellJtrcAll on follows WOIlIlUITOf Aug a IND Hanks hero army the Iknjuuiln cut to for your retort nhtnucy dolly are aUranca thu cart orders of jwrviujitury applause Hero is the other a little longer WABIIIMOTOX 6 1111 ConitnM long with an advlno applatuo mar LIOIur iiusIWe your ago to party WM con act wjou to niovenifnts spot hla ordrrrd a to Burton pin of and left ordered llonjmmln Taking up tho dispatch alma had intercepted wljeu tho Army of thu Cum burlaud began to advance and some paper showing that she had been trying to decipher it she began to look them over This is tho dispatch- Mhimraahhaono June 23 190- 3Volunt Hir Uarfleld with circling tvtwccn you lewloa turn an cob Humble at to get that puwlbln by move Ilcnjamlu puny chief rapidity around that put of the hours ruudy blngl to notlra enemy Tullalioma your point the by of pulllwoi of plateau Niggard If dram and hopo forward to haha trove Uio right I ontnmnnd and mountain order staff MiKS UaKK had hat this dispatch by her since the latter part of Juno and had puzzled over it for many an hour Shy hind never succeeded iu finding a key hut had at last drawn somcthiug of iu meaning from time jumblo of words After much study she assumed that tho words whom laid down in their proper order would give tho proper meaning lint there were certain words which either did not moat anything or stool perhaps for some placuor general Shu began by taking out a number of such woros as polliwog hahn shingle aud pony The dispatch was doubtless from KcMecrans ta time word Garfield his chief of staff ap peared and tho words chief of staff were scattered through it Therefore either Benjamin or Dnmblo or Niggard meant Itosforaus Subsequent dispatch ea which fell into her lands had crow viucixl her that Rwecraiu wai desig minted as Benjamin Thou she began to try to lit words together iu this wise Your command between TulUbomn and Niggard rut pmuwwlon euemya right Circling around the mountain plateAu d lrn that you gel powUon It puulbla a point botwetn Tullahoma and Niggard Move with rapidity Uy ardor of Iknjumlu Rowcrau Qarfleld thief of staff Other groupings gavo her hotter ro suits till she obtained tho following To Bumble probably a cavalry general ou thu left naukIiu reedy to move at an hours nctlro di Ire that you turn tho vnrmy right Movo your command It possible by Illcling around tho mountain plateau Oft ism ea lon of a point butvrrcn Tnllahoma and NIl Krd probably sums point in rear of the southern army wlts rapidity By order of HoMcran Unrflrld chief of staff Tho deciphering so far as it went was of uo nail siuco it did not como iu time but it helped liar with limo shorter and easier dispatches which she now attacked Sic began with this ouo honks hero army the Benjamin cat to for fOUr report thlnney dally are advance the cart orders of iwrcmptory applause Miss Daggi had learned that a proper uamo preceded all these cipher dill patches possibly having something to do with the key At any rate she throw out thu first word Banks and tim- ewordssscatuseehlnuoyn and cart as chock words Benjamin aho asanm mlStbotho dispatch was front Washington it way probably either Lincoln Stautou or Halleck Thu word to takeu with Benjamin must moan To Rose crane and peremptory and or dome evidently must go together Tho word advance doubtless explained the two ether words This only loft report and daily as cords of im portance These combinations did not coma at once but After getting thorn sho inferred that Rosocmns had peremptory orders to advance and report dally to Wochiogtou I have Rut something at lost sho exclaimed Dotting up from her chair and walking back and forth excitedly This is indeed important Then sue took up tho second dispatch CungrcHS long with aa advise applause mar btu you ponsiblo your ago to party ws con fact won to movement spot his ordered as to Burton pin of and left ordered Uenjaroln Again the words to and Benja ruin were put together and the words congress n marble ii itartpn and spot Btriukeu out as checks Time dis patch being longer tuna the other was more difficult of interpretation It was some time before tho student was satis tied with her efforts She inferred front it that some ono was ordered to connect with some one else Shu know thnt the Confederate generals feared that Burn side night connect with Hosccrnns So it was probable that Burton monnt BuruHido who was at Kiioxvillu and that ho hind been ordered to connect with Rosoerans loft as on possi btu Tho remaining words evidently meant Bnrnsido also directed to re port Ids movement to you This In no less important than tho other mused Miss BaxR It is clear from both that HOI eeranli perempto 77irn the took up tile second illnjnitch ry ordnrn to advance mud Uunisldo s ordered to join him I must get thin through the HnoH at once From hero I must thud a way across thoTcnnesHee just above Chattanooga if possible and per Laps I may strike their hue connecting with Rosocraus headquarters at tho front amid gunner iu thu latest news It never rains but it pours aud Ill gut iu all I cat get while Im iu luck Collecting her papers sho carefully tied them together and put them in her pocket These turning down tho light she unlocked time door and went down stairs CHAPTER X A rnOJIlSK SOON UUOKEN Colonel Muynard was in time habit of making frequent visits to his wife niid Without warning Laura understood perfectly the embarrassing jxiaitiou iu which ho would be placed at surprising a Confederate spy under tho saniu roof with herself and protected by her Sho had uo mind to place pima in any such position When Miss Baggs went upstairs Laura posted n sentry iu the per of Uncle Daniel to keep a sharp lookout mud give notice of the colonels approach iu order that Miss Bagg might bu got out of tho way before his arrival Daniel sat down bench on the ve randa and lit his pih1a Ho was an old niau and prnno to dose It was not long before Lookout mountain across the river began to sway among tho clouds tho nearer trees began to rock time old tlc roli head fell upon his breast and hosleptIt nearly 10 oclock when Laura having given up tbocomiug of her bus baud that night and for once in her lltu rejoicing thereat was about to dismiss Thumbed Rant hey responsible position whom fiho hoard a step on tho veranda Thinking it was Daniel walking back and forth to keep himself awake sho paid uo attention to it There was u turning of tho knob to tho front door and iu another moment Colonel May uard stool on time threshold of the sit tiug room looking iu upon Mrs Fain Laura Souri mid Miss Bnggs Ho was about to enter whou observing a straugo person ho hesitated Laura advanced and taking him by the humid lod him to another Foot Ho had only onto before seen Miss Baggs and theu iu disguise and did not recognize her Why sweetheart ho said to his wife youre trembling You come iu so hurriedly I am hurried Wo cross tho river tomorrow morning Tomorrow morulugl Oh Mark why couldnt they wait a few days If wives and sweethearts had tho giving of orders Undo Sam would have his armies always in winter quar tore Why couldnt this happiness have lasted just a little longer And theu still a little longer Como I havo lout a short timo to stay Let mu say goodby to time lIabr1I Laura led tho WilY up stain and drew tho curtains from tho cradle exposing the sleeping infant There was something in the inno cence tho absence of form in the little slumborur so different from tho scones In which ho was wont to mingle to sot in motion a train of feelings in Mark Maynnrd to which ho had thus far becu a stranger On the ouo side was tho wlfo bo loved and tho sleeping child on tho other what tow appeared toil some marches nights spout ou wet ground sickness mangling by shell and bullets and saber cuts A year before he bad loved thoso hardships these dan gore Now a new element had entered into his life and nt least while ho gaz ed on the little stranger the only life that had come to him among the many gone since tho war begin ho felt a straugo repugnance to entering upon tho coming campaign My boy my boy ho said huskily tho thought suddenly coming to him that ho might never son wife or child again how can I now risk leaving you to struggle on to manhood unprotect ed Then recognizing his weakness ho said with a quick born smile But you have your mother and I must win tho star of a brigadier for you to play withBut wars quick and imperative de mends gave him little time for the in dulgence of such feelings Hu tried to turn away Again mid again ho drew tho curtains of tho cradle oulyto draw 1them back for ouo more look Laura bo said suddenly all is changed Before you and he came I did my duty as n soldier because it was act hard to do and because it pleased me Now it will bo hard and I shall do it that you anti ho may not be disgraced in uo How can I ever leave a blot oiii my name and have that child grow upI to know iU t r Laura seeing how hard it was for him to draw himself from tho cradle took his hand and led him away Going down stairs they found the house silent All the family wore bed Maynard know that it was time lie had departed It was very late and he nest ride eight miles to camp and bo on tho march with his brigade before daylight But lie could hardly tear him self away from tho house Time sleeping chill up stairs seemed to have brought from tho unknown whence he came a maze of gentler emotions which wore drifting like smoke wreaths about his lather obscuring time way from their peaceful influence Thero was ono more embrace titan another last ono thou another final then a stirrup kiss and Colonel Mark Maynard rodo back through tho night to camp Not long after his arrival bugles sounded time reveille It was 3 oclock in the morning and tho men were aroused to begin their advance to tho front Sending for Jokey Slack tho colo nel gave him a noto to take back to Laura at tho plantation Hu had repeat ed his adieus so often iu person that one would hardly think it necessary to send nay morn on cold paper but Maynards heart strings woro pulling him as strongly away from war as his duty was forc ing him toward it Besides ho know that Laura would treasure every word from him Jakey mounted Tom and rode in the gray of thu morning to deliver the note When hu reached time plantation ho was obliged to do a good deal of pound ing and ringing before ho could get into tho house Finally Mrs Mayuards maid Alice let him in and considering the fact that Mrs Maynard was in bed mid Alice stood in very close confider tial relations with her Jakny consented to deliver tho note to the maid and wait ed to see if there was any reply Alice returned and said that her mistress would bo down in a moment Presently sloe entered dressed iu a morning wrap per Joker sho said taking tho boy by tho Laud numb smoothing time hair out of his eyes can I rely ou yon to do some thing for me Could time colonel You are going to the front and no ono can tell what may happen Youll probably have to meet your enemies some time the culonel says that a battle may como at any day I want you to promise uio that if anything should happen to tho colonel you will come hero as fast as you can and let mo know of it Do you understand Y mean ef th colonel gits hit th foread with n caution ball onI Oh Jakey dont talk sol I mean ho gets sick or wounded or in any otter trouble will you como and toll mo at onceReckon Laura know that this was Jakoys way of making n promise and she was satisfied Sho told hint to wait n few minutes and wont out of time room When sho returned slip brought two parcels with her This ono is for you Jnkey sho said handing him OliO of them Its n lunch eon Put it iu your haversack nud give time other to tho colonel Aud hand him this noto Sho gave him a tiny white envelope within whicli III a few words was CUll centrated what maybe best expressed as three days rations of desiccated ages tion Jukoy took tho parcels and placing the note In his cap went out mounted Tom and dashed away after his corn wander Mayuards brigade crossed tho river south of Lookout mountain and passed over tho mountains face where it juts on to tho river His command was but one of the many all moving forward toward a retreating enemy Ho marched through Chattanooga Rossville situated at a gap in Mission Ridge From thero ho was ordered fur ward entering what is called McLen moros cove an undulating space lying between two ranges Mission Ridge and tho Pigeon mountains There time bri gads encamped on a field soon to become memorable as the scene of one of the most desperate the most dramatic of all tho battles of tho civil wurtbe fluid of Chickamauga CHAPTER XI A HACK TOIt LIFE Major Burkes command was ordered to guard time telegraph lino extending south from Rossville Tho regiment way strung out to a considerable distance each troop guarding a certain portion of tho line Corporal Ratigou was placed iu charge of a section of two miles Putting himself at tho head of eight mom he let them to the end of his section nearest camp nnd dividing them into two reliefs of four lueii each posted them at intervals of half n mile along the line uudor his care At sunset not being relieved he prepared to spend the night iu bivouac Selecting a olump of trees under which to rest and cutting some boughs for bodsor rather to keep the men from the damp ground tberellef1ofttdutyand eaten after which the guard was relieved Tho corporal went out always with the relief posted his men and slept between times It was oclock iu the morning when Ratigau started out to post the last relief for the night The wen followed grum aud stupid having just been wak ened out of a sound sleep mud not yet thoroughly aroused The party rodo to tho extreme end of the section left a man and turned back leaving a man ut every half mile Corporal Ratigau hat posted the lost man half a wile from thu bivouac and was returning when suoV deuly turning a bend in tho road running through a wood ho descried a dark object beforo him beside the road lIe drew rein nud watched and listened The dark object as ho fixed his gaze upon it grow into the dim outlines of a vehicle but it was too dark for him to if it contained any one The corpo rat whose mind had been fixed ou limn r u special auty of protecting tho line nt onco assumed thnt somo ono was trying to cut tho wire Ho put spurs to his horso and called out Halt therol Throw up your hands surrender or Ill shoot I The only response was n swish from a whip which came down evidently on n horses back nnd tho dark mass before him vanished around tho bend in the road Tho corporal dashed on but before ho could get around tho bend tlio object had turned again Ho could hear time rattling of wheels nnd sounds of a horses hoofs digging into tho road at a gallop Whoever wns behind that horse must bo driving at a frightful pace for urging his own boast to his best ho seemed to loso rather than gala ground Coming to a straight piece of road ho could agaIn see time object be foro him but in tho darkness it was simply n darker spot them its surround ings Suddenly tho cars of tho corporal caught a sound that filled him with as tonishment It was a voice urging for ward tho horso ho was chasing Rati gnu had supposed that whoever was try ing to escape wns n man yet this voico was different from n mans tones It sounded liko that of n child or nwomau Time corporal was puzzled Then it sud denly occurred to jjim that perhaps ho was chasing Betsy Baggs ITO BE CONTINUED ITS Financial Strength YOURattention in directed of the following wellknown businessmen who compose our Board of DirectorsJ J Burdette Joe E Johnson P Cornelius E T Fish W H Porter 1 In addition to above wo have a strong body of stockholders respouHihilitvtime institution The Berea Banking Co lentuekyL Reduced to FIFTY CENTS A YEAR New Idea- Womans Fmaerlr iMagazine THIS Is the cheapest and best Magazine now before the American public It shows New Ideas In Fashions in Millinery In Embroidery in Cooking In Womans Work and In Reading beautifully illustrated In colors and In black and white Above all it shows the very fashionable New love Smes made from NEW IDEA PAT TERNS which cost only lOc each Send Five Cents Today lortjlncla copy of the Nsw IouWOMANS and see what great Talus lor the money can give you THE NEW IDEA PUBIISHIJT CO sae Broadway Kw Trk V T Will Make Affidavit New LMM of Life for an Iowa Postmaster Postmaster R H Randall Dunlap Ia lays lufferod from Indigestion and re lulling evils for years Finally I tried Kodol I soon know I had found what I had long looked for I am bettor today than in years Eodol gave me a newflease of life Anyone can have my fidavit to the truth of this statement Kodol food This enables the system touslmllatesuppllelatreDgtbenI lag every organ and restoring Kodol Makes You Strong DmWirr Co Chlcno rTbols1coata1 KUmII1IAeI Three Years in Richmond And out of all thA sets of t othIthat have been made at my office if there is one set or any sots that show any defects I will make a new set free We are making time best set of teeth in the world for 760 and if detects show in Ive years we give you a new set free This applies to all tho teeth have made or am going to make the best alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobsor Buildingnext door to Oov erunlont Building Richmond Kentucky Jf THE CITIZEN r nnNnS N J l I LOCAL AND PERSONAL I J Chas Bur ette is assistant cashier nt the Bank Ernest Dodge is home from Urbana for tho holidays ObellskonnFlourmeansthesam ns Sterling on Silver My house and lot for sole John Dodwell Citizen Office The College has more student s than ever belore at this time of year William Toomey visited at Rich inond and Nicholasville during Christ mlUIJ Mr J C Sharp and wife are visit iug friends at Union Mills Jessamine CoT P Wyatt is home from Knox vine Teuu where he has been visiting relatives The little son of Daniel Alcorn passed away Saturday night and was buried Sunday Chester Erwin left Monday to take n position at Princeton Ky We wisp- hitn every success W E Harris has moved to the Jonas place near Johnsons shopand will open a new grocery Mrs Anna Fay leaves Friday morn lug to resume her work in the Y M C A home in Champaign Ill Howard S Fee of California son of Father Fee is expected on a visit to his sister Mrs Laura Fee Embree Married on Dec 27 Mr John B Ballard and Miss Sallie Mitchell of Lexington Rev Derthick performed t the ceremony Treasurer Osborne has still two houses one of four rooms and one of five to be rented to families who wish to enjoy the educational advantages of Berea this winter Married Christmas morning at fi oclock Mr C D Lewis of Berea and Miss Elfie Godbev of Middle burg at the home of Prof R N Roark at Lexington Mrs P J Pauley lost a pair of goldrimmed spectacles somewhere between the Berea depot and her home Dec 29 Finder report to TilE CITIZEN office and receive reward- I will subreut the store I now occupy in the East End for the year 1901 It is the best stand in that end of town I had rather have my busi tiers all together S E Welch Jr Prof Dodge informs us that a change has been made in the second number of lyceum course and that Mr Alexander Tarr will lecture ia place of Mr Minter next Monda nightBerea is not so slow after all Th L N Railroad has received t December for freight charges about 1100 for express over 300 and have sold tickets to the amount of 1200 The children and friends of the Colored Baptist church wishthrough these columns to thank Misses Nourse and Brooks land Mrs L V Dodge lor their kind assistance in the prepara tion of their Christmas tree Arthur Sizemore of Brassfield a former student of Berea and his wife noo Miss Allie Lewis daughter of Wm Lewis of this place called on THE CITIZEN Tuesday and renewed their subscription The music of a serenade was watt ed to all in the neighborhood La dies Halt Monday night The strains were furnished by the College band and were inspired by the recent arriv al of Tutor Lewis and his bride Mr and Mrs Bishop entertafned on Christmas day Monroe Ballard and wife Ashford Kennedy and wife TumbIer Baker and wife Miss Alice Kennedy James Simpson and wit Thomas Palmer and wife and Mr and Mrs Tilford Wilmore The editor would be pleased to receive any items of news up to Tues day of each week If you have any personals that you think would inter est your friends and neighbors drop them into the box in the hallway the printing office or hand them the editor Please sign your name not for publication but as a token o good faith A joint meeting of the Y M C A Y W C A and Christian Endeavor Society was held last Sunday night to bid farewell to Miss Halite Embree who leaves for the East and expects after some months of study to go as u missionary to South America Miss Einbreo will be remembered as a graduate of 1901 She will carry many prayers and good wishes from friends here as she goes to the mission field As a note of warning we call atten tion to the air guns already among us It probably was a shot from one such which fired from the street Mon day afternoon made the holn through Mrs Embrees upper window Such- r guns in some of our states have caused trouble to such an extent that parties have had to be tined for using theme COLLEGE ITEMS ProC W H Howotson of Knox ville Tenn has been visiting Pres Frost a few days this week Secretary Gamble has attended the conference of Y M C A workers in Frankfort during tho past week The young men are making them solve very comfortable cud cosy in their new quartos in the Industrial buildingThe Band is showing rapid improvement and has contributed to our pleasure on several public occa sions of late 1W D Short son of A H Short of Jackson has entered school His fa ther accompanied him and before leaving subscribed for THK CITIZEN 1Prot L V Dodgo Prof Dinsmore and Secretary Gamble have been at tending the State Teachers Associa tion meeting at Lexington tho past week The last kiln at the Brickyard is winjterput up Mr Clark manager of the Brickyard is bringing his family to Berea In spite of the forbidding weather new students have been arriving in large numbers every day and the correspondence indicates tint enough more will comp in the day after New Years to make a goodsized school by themselves Some frantic enemies have tried to prevent young people from coming to Berea by spreading tense reports They may cause some timid boys to lose their chance lor tho best educa tion But they cannot stop the prog ress of the groat school which God is so plainly helping Wo cannot know what lies aw told but here are some facts Berea has more students than ever and more young lady students Our main boarding ball is so full that tables aro set in tho upper kitchen There are only two students at the hospital and both are about ible to leave Reduced tales for those enter iug in January Do not be scared f rCORRESPONDENCE ltwoyone rooms one wishnStudents who have been detained by home schools keeping late and arrive at New Years time get reduced rates for the remaining nine weeks of the winter term and a number of spe cial classes are to be formed for their benefit LONGVIEW ILL Cold weather is here and it has caught the farmers with about one third the corn jet in the fieldsD M Hurley and Geo Humphrey went to Chicago on business Mr and Mrs C H Hughes and Mr and Mrs R H Kindred pout Christmas with Mr and Mrs J J Hurley- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Mr G W Barkley of Boone is moving near Whites StationMr E Branamun has sold his farm on Round 1StoneWm Rose has sold his house Gap to J Coyle J W Todd sold his farm near top of Scaffold Cane Hill to G W Parker of Clay county Mr Willie Stephens and Miss Parry Lee Abney were unit ed in the solemn rights of matrimony Dec 22 We wish them success in lifeJohn Todd of Scaffold Cane was buried at Scaffold Cane church Dec 23Sam Croucher was seen hauling a load of hay Guess it was Clautos HamCr Nora have returned from Hamilton 0 where they have been visiting Mr and Mrs W B Harris Messrs Jeff and Curtis Martin have returned from Illinois and are visiting relatives in Jackson county Miss Ella Lakes school closed last Thursday at Dis putanta Misses Bessie and Nora Linvillo and Virgia Martin visited the Misses Todd last Thursday Mr and Mrs J R McCollom of Little Clear Creek visited their son J W McCollom last Thursday Mr and Mrs W Stephens were the guest of Mr and Mrs J Sims last Thursday evening Mr and Mrs E Owen ol Berea visited Mr and Mrs W R Stephens last Friday and Saturday Mr Jake Jones and Miss Matildc Lutes wore married Thursday Dec 25 Rev L R Hewlett officiating Mr and Mrs Helton son Willie m1 granddaughter Baley of Baby Switch are hero on a visit to Mr J W McCollom Robert Graves ol Livingston was entertained by Mist Tilda Cook last Friday JACKSON COUNTY KERBV KNOB The Sundayschool at this plat was made happy by n heavily loaded Christmas tree Everybody had a good time The Long Branch Sun dayschool also received n tree 1V have our kind friends in the North t thank for all thisThe weddings that have taken place in our neighbor hood lately have been that of Mr John Powell and Miss Lydia Williams and that of Mr David Hager an Miss Minnie Hays Evidently single blessedness In becoming very uapo ularMr and Mrs James Click are tho proud parents of a now son who wits born December 27 D Click went to Panola last Friday Mr John F Dean is to begin a winter school at Long Branch todaybi r Elisha Hatfield of Morrill is sick jltr J A McGuire has bought Mr Luther Kimberlaius farm and rented it to Mr D C Sparks of Drip Roc WELCHBURG Christmas is passed and Santa Claus is goneMarried on tho 21th at the brides home Miss Mary A Chappell of this place to Mr C CI York of Pinevillo The bride selected for their waiters Mr H C Valentine and Miss Lillie Begley J E Spark mon and l ranees Hall The couple will start on New Years to the home of the bridegroom May they live happily is the wish of your correspondent Dr James H Morris of Egypt to Miss Susie Chestnut of Clay county and Mr George Ilade- of Egypt to Miss Delia Wilson we two other marriages on the 21th WANTED a girl twentyone years old who will make a good housewife J E SparkmonTho County Cler issued marriage licenses to twelve couples during the week of Christ masMiss Lillie Begley of this place gave the boys and girls a nice party Saturday night Born to the wife of Mr George Johnson a fine girl Milton Powell is moving to Peoples The protracted meeting held by Rev E B Hill and others closed Wednesday night with four new ad ditioJlsIOWSLEY COUNTY MAJOR T J Flanery who has been em ployedat Frankfort is spending holidays with his milyMftI Ie bella Ambrose who has been ill is recovering John Roberts and wife visited Win Mainous and family Beech Grove last weekM V Rob ertss school at Valley View closed on Dec 2tG W Long Tom Ponder grass and Henry Hunley are engaged in the tie business Profs Burns and Dugger of Oneida passed through here last weekE E Flanery went to Beattyville last week MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Messrs William Hinton William Brown and Theophilua San Cantor Dayton Ohio spent tho holidays at home visiting their parents Mrs Angie Hancock has returned horn after an extended visit to Cincinnati Mrs Ann Jackson has gone on an extended trip to Birmingham Ala Harry Combs of Dayton is visiting his mother Mrs Hattie Combs Miss Hattie Williams who has been attending school in Cincinnati spent the holidays with her mother Mrs Rosa Williams Miss Alice Sfmms spent the holidays with her sister in MillersburgThe cantata at the E church Friday evening under t supervision of Mrs F G Brady wean e interesting affair The members changead their Sundayschool to morning instead of having it in the afternoon James Mundy is able to be out again to the delight of his many friends Miss Lena and James Adams spe the holidays with their sister Mrs Hattie Strauss of Middlosport 0 The funeral of Aunt Eliza Campbell was largely attended Jfrom the M E church The Citizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR FATIGUE SENSE The Feeling That Notifies Man When It U Time to Rest I hardly know who are most to hrydmust overwork tolitttlt1lt 3tf urit er in Ainslees The TormiT grow abbur tense according to their heredity in both muscle and mind become fastidious finicky and sen timentalare especially nrono to yield to drink and excesses must aimlessly change their interests location and pur suits from sheer ennui are easily bored und finally lose the power of beingstrenuous about anything Tho effects of an inactive life upon the offspring are sometimes sadly degenerateo if young min prone to many forms of arrest Children are undorgrown in both height and weight They are robbed of the paradise of leisured which is time literal translation of the Greek word school The high adopa apathy and discouragement and at worst of smoldering revolt against the existing order of things To be always tired is miserable and indi vidual or social misery is a powder magazine liable to explode at any time Man is endowed with a fatigue sense that tells him when ho is pctired It seems to be a specific feel ing due perhaps to accumulated products of decomposition in the muscles This pain tiro is a warning to slop or let up It is however possible to press on in defiance of it and if we persist in so doing there comes a point when this fatigue sense is itself fatigued and tired out andceases to act This is when runners get their second breath when those beginning night work have fought through the period of sleepiness that comes when then have been wont to go to bed and fee very wide awake and alert as if they could go on forever But the day noterbereWhat a Dozen It The child is taught at school that- a a dozen means twelve every time but when the child grows into a man he finds that a dozen is a very elastic term A bakers dozen is thirteen and so is a publishers or a news agents in many parts of the world In some sections a dozen of fish means twentysix and there are other anomalies of this kind But to find a dozen indicating anything from two to fifty it is necessary to go to the earthenware trade Here the size and weight of articles decide how many make a doz en and in jugs bowls plates and so on there are two four six eight or more to the dozen A dozen com posed of twelve articles is a very un potteryaclerkships more difficult to hold than in this line I tried the work ofonce and failed ignominiously To have to find the cost of 500 articles at so much a dozen when that dozen may mean anything is a very diffi cult task until a man gets thorough ly used to itsSt Louis GlobeDem ocrat Superstitions About Crows There are perhaps few who have not heard of crows that one is lucky two is unlucky three is health four is wealth five sickness and six death The unluckiness of one living crow is of ancient date since the Greeks believed that if such a bird appeared ata wedding breakfast there would be a divorcee to avert which all roared out Maiden scars away the crawl But of far greater antiquity was the belief that if the one crow were dead the evil portent also perished since according to Ilorus Apollo it signified extreme old ago or a very long life According to what heel od tells us the crow lives nine times as long as a man Origin of the Word Money In tracing out the origin or deri yolyheMoneta because tho first regular coins of the Romans were struck in the temple of Juno Moneta Tho word coin is no doubt from the Latin cuneus meaning a die or stamp Many coins are so called from their original weight as the ntEn glish pound tho French lii vre and the Italian lira Talleyrand Clever Retort Napoleon described Talleyrand as one whose face would preserve it smile while ho was being kicked from behind Talleyrand had hiss revenge It is a pity he said that BO great a man should have such bad manners And tho mot will cling to Napoleon forever Ma caulay has said the same tug in comparing Ctesar with Napoleon But after ill Caur was a gentle u ITS JUST THIS WAY Theres as much art and skill necessary In the making of good clothes as there Is In the paint Ing of a beautiful picture There arc good painters and good tailors The point now Is who arc good tailorsStrauss Bros Chicago line bn OooJ Tailor for over r uartcr Century We know they make good clothes otherwise we would not have their exclusive local agency or urge you to order from their lineWe guarantee clothes made by Strauss Dros will give satisfac lion They fit and wear well Prices are low Let us take your measure J J 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