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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i fi hREV JOHN DODWELLrltt1Nuiuuut tt tt r1J Devoted to tho Interests of ZI3FSJRaferrd THE HQME FARM SCHOOL 50 CENTS A YEAR I I VOL IV A Family Paper 0 BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 8 1903 Fifty cents a year NO 29IIDEASITho roan who knows nothing in Hints on tolling it Tho man who is his own boat friend hue low others There arts fow good points about tho finger of suspicion We nil know that it is moro blessed to K than to receive but soino of us know it only by hourtmy Satur day Evening Post 7 FROM THE WIDE WORLD Senor Sagasta oxpremier of Spain is deadAll streams in Southeast Alaska have boon cloned against Salmon fish lag till July The JnwiiPHo will hold an indus tnal exposition for all nations at Osaka next year- Arrangenenle for the international yacht races have been completed to tako ploco next August Five thousand troops have boon called out to suppress tho disturb ances in the Chinese interior Bellamys ideas as to a telefonic newspaper have bran realized in Budapest whore n daily newspaper is conducted entirely by telephone China is unable to pay the second installment of the Indemnity for tint Boxer outrages in gold but will sub stitulu silver Tho Powers with tho exception of tho United States will protest IN OUR OWN COUNTRY New York will celebrate its SKHIi anniversary soon Tho pried of wheat has fallen two rents at Chicago tho past week A through electric line between Chicago and Toledo has loon agreed upon The public debt has been decreased during tho mouth of December by 511000000 Tho Indiana State legislature has asked for 1000000 to be uwxl in improving State institutions A blizzard with its beginning in South Dakota moved rapidly east ward Tuesday and Wednesday A fuel oil famine haN caused many f the firms using coal oil in Now Orleans to take out their furnaces Pros Roosevelt will bo the guost f tho Canton Ohio Republicans at t banquet to celebrate tho birth of ires McKinley The bill to regulate trusts form lated by Senator Hoar provides that lio Attorney General have the right inspect the books corporations tat they are forbidden to crush com itition by soiling below cost The United States Steel corporation is Issued plans for sharing Its profits ith the employe who shall remain ith them for fivo years Half of ti iaro will be paid outright in cash id tho rest put to the holders crud it it stock If the employe does not ty five yours ho loses his stock no i imulatiou COMMONWEALTH OFKENTUCK Graywon Carter county is to hovo MOW paper It already has three Pros A T Badlwill be ti i rt of the Kentucky Yale Alumni s ocation at Louisville March 23 The til E church North plans to ct a college at Louisville using the r acy of 5225000 given by Mrs Fan 1n Speed as a nucleus The recently appointed Minister to iitemala Mr Leslie Combs w i tiered a dinner by tho Republicans i i Louisville last Monday night Tho Cincinnati Mens Business cl planned a trip by special tram rough Kentucky and Indiana- ching all the largest cities J he Southern railway has filed blue ii its of the proposed route from Todsburg to Danville and the ex n ion is conceded to bo a certainty Irof Brownell as chairman of r I unitteo on Educational Exhibits it io Worlds Fair has made up his mittoe We notice the name of Frost president of Beroa Cello n ie- A careful canvass of Louisvillo ivbants and manufacturers shows tradoconditionshavebeon uuusu r ii qood the past year The increa Ost lines of business has boe l o to 85por cent r I l A NEW EDITOR THE CITIZEN this week posts under the management of Mr Jas M Racer Mr James M Racer takes up the work of editing and managing TilE CITIZEN with our next issue Constant improvement has been TIIE CIT IZENS aim from its inception And we rest the case with our many renders as to whether wo havo kept faith or not Tho policy of tho paper will bo tho sauna us heretofore No change in form or price will bo attempted The subscribers too often forgot that thoro should ho mutual helpful noes in the conduct of a paper Do not let tho editor do all the giving Do Is always willing to supply you with the lent reading matter for your interests if ho knew what was wanted Have you any suggestions Drop Tina CITIZEN a line and if they are feasible he will thank you for thorn Mr Racer has good qualifications for this work and no doubt willcount many friends among you before 1003 is gone NOTICE I would liko to wake the aquaiut anew of everyone within reach of Bores canMAKE CHAIRS Tan and Dress Leather or do Splint or Bark Bottoming Please send mo your address or call when in town CHAS A KING Superintendent of Nulldlnn neres College Nothing Slow about our methods of selling We mark such low prices on high grade Harness and Horse Goods that It makes owners feel that it pays better to replace old things than to spend time and money toggling them upThe very atmosphere of this shop tells of good quality leather There is genuine stuff in our harness and it has all the features that distinguish it from the imitation and inferior grades T J Moberly Richmond Ky DR M E JONES tg Dentist 5c Ol9ceRear Mrs Fishs Millinery Store Office Days Wednesday to end of the week Dont Use r SpectaclesUnless them and if you use them bo sure they fit your need I will give thorough examination FREE or CHAHOE always indicating the correct glasses to use II you dont need glasses I will tell you s- oT A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond K- yMONUMENTS Urns Headstones Statuary Orantte and Marble Work of all kinds dono in a workmanlike manner at rea sonable prices and with dispatch All work guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Comet of Main and Colllni Streets QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE BEREA BANKING CO AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON THE 31st DAY OF DECEMBER 1902 Loans end discounts 38 869 80 1 Capital Stock paid in in cashFIG 000 00 2 Overdrafts secured 2 Surplus Fund 600 00 3 Overdrafts unsecured 3 Undivided Profits 397 61 DuofromNationalBsnksS 7 301 69 4 Due Depositors as follows viz 5 Due from State Banks nud Deposits subject to check Bankers S on which interest is 0 Duo from Trust Com not paid533 890 13 panies of Deposits subject to cheek on which interest is 7 Banking House and Iotpald8 Other Real Estate Demandicertificateaofde 4 t 9 Mortgages posits on which inter t nalIIcertificates of do tt12 Specie i2 018 rJt teLs on which In G6si3 318 rl3anngs Op081 t s on 15 Other Items carried as Cash ill 67Which interest is paido15 Furniture and Fixtures 1687 09 Certified Checks 31 lot 68 17 Fund to pay Taxes 5 Duo National Banks IS Current Expenses Last 6 Due State Banks and soQuarter S 234 81 Bankers E 170 27 7 Duo Trust Companies f 121 78 8 Cashiers Checks oustanding 909 25 529 86 9 Bills rediscounted Give description location value and 10 Unpaid dividends how long owned all real estate ex 11 Taxes due and unpaid t banking house and lot ifany 12 Capital Stock not pad yoareY 8U1 1 L EM ENT A ItV lll hcit amount of Indebtedness of say coins yeay or linn pncluflng the llab lilb of the or linn the membenoItouch IndebtedlieM exceeds 20 pet of stock actually paid oteurpluduii None a J low Indchtvdneiw stated In above Item KCCuredN i ike Section iXI Kentucky Btat x r 3 Highest amount of Indcbtcdneai f t any director or ofllcer If amount of t ucli IndebtrdDCM exceeds 10 per rent of paidup capital stock of 1lankSection 583 Kentucky Stat None ISj How la name secured ofAtheroe I Individual members thereof ex Utt ceed 90 per cent of paidup capital and actual mrpluiT No f If no itate amount of luch Indeb i ItlncIIII sf 11ftounl of last dividend I7V 00 t it Were all expenses leases Interest r and taxes deducted therefrom be fore declaring dividend and wa eti not lea than per real of net I profits of the covered by dlldend canted to Jr the surplus fund before said divi lend was dwlnrcd Yes h0tSeeSection 6W Kentucky Slat Totnl61911 54 Total51 54 STATE OF KENTUCKY 19S of Madison 0Countl Porter Cashier of The Bores Banking Co a bank located and doing business in the Town of Borea in said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report is in all respects a truo statement of the condition of the said Bank at the close of business on the 31st day of December 1002 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said bank has been transacted at the location named audnot elsewhere an i 1that tho shove report is mad in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating 31st of December 1902 as the day on which such report shall be made 0Suliscnbed and sworn to before me by W H Porter W H PORTER Cashier- n the 5th day of January 1903 J BOBDETTE Director P CORNELIUS Director- J E JOONSON Director- I 110111 11 1011111 111111 1011 II II 111111111 i II Hanan Shoes Are the WorldsFINEST SHOES They won first prizes at the Fair and tho Buffalo Pan AmericanIExposition as the most elegant foot wear made for men styles always hero Prices ore 500 550 and 600 Many other fine shoes at lower prices All kinds of feet correctly fitted Try us next II Covington and BanksRichmond E t K2 IOUTFITTERSt 1GREATiOf Ladies Misses and Childrens iiI Union Suits TO REDUCE STOCK 1 Ladn Suits 45 cents worth 15 cents Misses Union Suits 2S cents worth 40 cents I Childrens Union Suits S3 cents worth 35 cents i For a limited time only I Bicknell Early Berea Ky I NNNiNNNNHeNNN INNN j r NNN NN1 N N NNNN11N1 N Madison County Roller Mtlb1 i IIIIIItIo1IIt i Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour I Corn Meal Ship 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 r IIIIsIII I i Potts Duerson t t Whites Station Ky l i NW1 111N NN1N N et N N THEODORE IregisteredtI will stand my Duroc Jersey Boartat my home in Beroa Ky for the spring season of 1903 at 50 cents payable at time of service This boar is a very fine hog duringthe I by some of the best breeders in the county and has served in the herd of J W Herndon I8ATISFA01IONr If Its From Joplins Its Good We wish to call attention to the large assortment of New Furniture now on sale at our store We invite our Berea friends to make themselves at homo at JOPLINSmeet your friends hero and consider this your 1 headquarters when in Richmond We guarantee quality of everything we sell and invite com parison of price- sPICTURE DEPARTMENT Mouldings in fashioua latest dictates always carried and framing neatly done CARPETS AND MATTINGSi- n great variety UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY I Day Phone 73 Night Phone 47 66 Latest JO Se JOPLIN Richmond Ky r 1 I y r a THE CITIZEN SPOTTY THE SPORT One nf the Amtulnir Bxperlenrei f Innltrjr ICrrpliiK- ATicn we rented our house we didnt expect to keep chickens but our land lord was moving out of town anti after he had Ids chickens cooped he found there wasnt room In the car so father bought them There wore a botch Minorca two Plymouth Hocks a Light I trauma n Leghorn and a crossbred n black hen with Just a few white feathers and a ruse comb We culled her Spotty One tiny when we were getting set tied In our new home Spotty walked In through the kitchen door and we found her eating crumbs In the pantry and an egg under the shelt The next day when It was raining and the door shut we heard something tapping on the window and found Spot ty flying against it Wo were afraid she might break the glass so mother told me to send her away but before I could close the door she was In and making for the pantry again We thought her so wide that we let her nlone nnd she laid In the pantry until she began to molt Whenever the door was closed she carve to the window I never saw an uglier hen than old Spotty when she was molting She was ragged bare necked and pin feathery all ut once but we were go lag to school then nod didnt know when site stopped molting though fa ther said once that Spotty seemed to b spotted with black Instead of whiter as it lIt About Thanksgiving time father wanted to sell some chickens and mother told him to sell the lightest ones especially one which was nearly wilts When he carne In he said My dear there Is n beautiful snowy white pullet In the chicken house with a rose math Where to you think she came fromV Stella had been reading poul try papers antI she said at once that It wits a sport that Barrel Plymouth Hocks sometimes sported white chick ens allllIhlboron the window and found the white pullet In Spottys familiar place Then every one remembered that with the Increased number of chickens from the summer hatch Spotty had beet lost sight of and the snowy white pullet with the rose comb was herself Hur rlet W Ashby In Poultry Keeper Hnvr to Carr Duck Fenthen Your reader wanting to know how 10I cure duck feathers may Bpd the follow ing of value If they are for hpme use the usual i way to cure duck feathers Is to hang them up In coarse bags that are not too full In the sun each day until they are thoroughly dry and all chance of anIdecomposition Is gone Care should betaken that they are never wet by a sudI den shower or otherwise and should tIeI nthred up occasionally i It the feathers are Intended tor mar ket the ipilckest way Is to spread tbemI on nn tipper floor under a tight root guarding against their being wet tronI ralnU least once In two days they should be well stirred with a stick to htiutiugt bo kept separate until partly dry This may be done by making a small pen In one corner of ethefloor and keeping them there for a week at least These are thrown with the general lot when fresh are brought to take their place At no time should then he more than a foot of feathers on the floor If there are windows as there should be they can be covered with wire net ting allowing them to be opened for ventilation without the feathers being blown out It will take a month for the feathers to bo dry enough to sell when they can be packed tightly in light muslin bags for shipment White feathers always bring the top pilci Colored or soiled feathers should be kept separate These latter are sala bit us n lower grade but If mixed with t 1white the lot will be classed as Inferior lIeu and goose feathers are treated In the same way each kind by Itself at ways It Is usually reckoned that this otherwise waste product will pay for holt the picking except In the case of scald ed lions when It does not pay to bother I with the feathers Dry picked hens bring only 10 cents at the highest and centsX11 to Job 0hers nnd pillow manufacturers It In well to send samples to different toncprns when you have them forsale IInlldthey will make the price according to quality ns they see It Oftentimes one linn will give more than another for the same goods Thomas n Tajw lor In Farm Poultry Poultry Yard Black pools In the barnyard are poor watering places for the fowls Wort Is the main factor In successful l1 poultry raising Dont shirk A good gamecock Is about as as a guinea for scaring hawks and crowt and not so noisy thrlay in winter when eggs are most to demandtspoiled messes Some people seem to think that fowls belong to the buzzard passes tor cholera Is often the result of exposure without shade to tilecIntense heat Brnhmas and Cochins i all big heavily feathered fowls are lia ble to heat prostration It the carlr chickens are to lay before cold weather sets In they should be well cared for at this season Ghrthem plenty of toad plenty of room and good air Sell off the old hens We- fQue they begin to molt Js EDUCATION IN ENGLAND Great Britain Urged to Instruct It People In Temperance Gre t Interest In England now tak en in the question of national educa thou says the Birmingham lvenin Post Hut that Interest seems to b chiefly directed to the question ns to how tar the day schools may be 11a1t to Impart religious Instruction ac cording to the particular creed of th Parents of the children attending such schools However Important It may be that the principles of various creeds with their bearing idea a future life should lit Imparted to the scholars there can be no doubt of the necessity for a more borough education In mat tees pertaining to the life that now Is If our country Is to hold its own In till competition of the near future Iu this connection the example of the United States in regard to n system of national Instruction In scientific tem perance Is well worthy of the consid eration of the ItrltMi people The ef fects of Intemperance njion national deficiency have nowhere been so closely studied out and so thoroughly acted upon ns In the tnltcd States acid no where else have the good results of abstinence boon so closely demonstrat etiVe have been made familiar with the power of American capital the stress of American rompotltloi trl the Niiperlin of American workmen but there has berC Trent ivlnetanro In this country to acknowrJce how much of these Is duo to n system of tuition al education In scientific temperance III Its bearing UK lIatlo 1I 1l1IlhlIe By the laws of tilt United States In struction in scientific temperance Is given In the public elementary schools Under thoso laws there are more time- dOMuQu children of school ago In the United Stoles under this Instruction And nit this has taken place within the last twenty years The result is that the properly Instructed are enter lug Into their Inheritance of commer cial supremacy In the world The Im portance of temperance Instruction so rerognlxcd has lifted till question out of the category of rails to which so many badly Instructed jieople In this country consign It anti there the sub JovU ono of tho Indispensable ell ments of knowledge In some of the states a penults Is attached to the neg lect of It In some till topic must oc cupy from oticfourth to onefifth space In the IxMikH on physiology and III oth ers no teacher who has not passed a satisfactory examination In the subjects allowed to touch What Is the bearing of this teaching on the commercial world One results that fully lOUOOixi railway men and OiCMKJO more In other employments mum ritpilrot to bu total abstainers What the United StatS has still to Iteht In the Influx of Immigrants from the old world with their traditional regard for liquor and their Ignorance Pia efforts iijion them To counter this the Hystoni of national education In scientific temperance Is con tinued and enforced with lusting good to the country and to the commercial spirit which threatens to swamp nil competitors INTOXICATED COWS Slronit Teuipernnce Ion Tuozht by Florida mane I want to toll ijIor u lId t exciting affair which took plticeJiere ut Broil anti Flat In this neck of woods says a correspondent of Christian Work It was u ferocious combat between two of Fanner Hawking Intoxicated cows cussing the death of one after u des pence Conflict that would put u light of enraged bulls to the blush Mr Hawkins lives tuuiImiles trot here tutu prides himself upon hula flue tock He makes lots of clue sirup also In the grinding season most of JIll farmers lu this country make liter fur home consumption from the coot skimmings but Hawkins Is u stanch teetotaler und vowed he would glee the skimmings to hula cows ruttier han have them used to make beer Su he filled the trough full the other afternoon not dreaming of the tragic consequences to follow Soon two of his pot cows camas up and begun drink ing the strange liquid It tasted good and tho crows wanted more Soon they had goodly Jags on and they then became belligerent Out plunged out the other trying to get possession of the trough The other with n iKHtittordetluilce gored her antagonist in the side The first cow turned tail for a moment and then came rushing back pinning the other cow to ii post and goring her frightful ly In the holly The Infuriated animals then bellowed and plunged at each oth er and fought with deadly earnestness This wits kept up for half nn hour when oily was knocked down In a dy lug condition and the other was Just able to walk around and bellow trl umpl antl The men folks hiiird the uproar but did not gut to the scene In time to stop the conflict Mr Haw lion U out one cow but faux gained lots of experience and In more of a teeto tint n ever- Petrolrum it Beveraite The Medical Society of Purls has ex pressed the opinion that It Is neces to adopt some hieuHuro ngulnst he alarming spread of petroleum drinking At first It iris thought that tile habit had sprung up from the In creased taxation on alcohol Imposed by the French government but nn Invest gallon showed lout this was not the The habit hUll been prevalent sometime previously In certain dis trict and hind spread with great rapid ity The victim of the petroleum habit dace not become brutal only U1oroeI Opinions differ among physicians usIthe effects of petroleum drink ing the human system but all agree on 1U uarmfuluess H RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gem llrnurd From the Trnvhtniti u t All rtoniiiiiltinlloui The prosperous soul a soul thor oughly conversant with the things of Goo u mind stored with the riches otI GodelustIn 1lhrtal the Solution Christ Is tilt solution of all social tilts ficulties and he should be preached ns such Ills religion Is made up of two elenututsfilth and a rule of wend and spiritual tltlltc Dr Babbitt Episcopalian Brooklyn ul sari bj rOT The gist of Gods purpose Is that all men may be saved In order to him press this upon the world It must be shown that Cod loves nil No soul has ever been saved by proxy Christ him self touched the blind eyes Hev M r Kike Baptist Baltimore Irlrrlrmnrii nf Ylmlulu There Is no litter attribute to wisdom than when Job says that It cannot begot for sold What lob says of wis dom will In Jewish judgment be np piled to true education for wisdom Is 1ualy the fruit of the best education Habbl Lyons Brooklyn flirUtllkriieii the Aim There Is but one standard one mark ul which to aim Chrlstllkenesa It U our one business here below to ton stantly approximate this standard We nivit strung desire desperate hunger anil thirst after righteousness to reach ItIte Dr Mudge Worcester Mass The Standard of Measurement You who bear the Christian wart and call yourselves members of the Christian society will be accepted by reason of your deeds and your faith tutu will be measured and the measur ing line Is accurate by what you are ReV Dr Cluuipett Episcopalian San Francisco1hrrefold eeelly The threefold necessity to a success ful Christian life was a high Ideal the exercise of u strenuous eiueavor and the experience of a divine fellowship Idealizing was the salt of progress and kindled In us the appreciation of per fection All men were what their Ideals made them Her J D Vice mini Baptist Toronto Canada The Spirit Whliperlnio The most decisive witness of the Holy Spirits cowing are often whisperings Instead of shoutings In our ears The world around us Is filled with evidence The word of God steals upon us like a thief In the night We oughttii be concerned about the repeat ed dully coming of ChrUt Hev F J McConnell Methodist Cambridge Muss llelliiloii and Toll Itcllglon Is nut something remote from the toll and trials of human life It Is not too delicate and celestial to enter Into the battles and struggles of well We should be untrue to our prin ciple ami recreant to our trust If we did not use qur lowers of persuasion to create an atmosphere In which these dllllcultles which now vex the country shall be settled and permanently set tied with Justice to ulhltev F I ihnlen Unitarian Worcester The Kingdom of Heaven The kingdom of heaven a phrnseI a figure of speech a picture a dream ntanglble vague mysterious yet It expresses the Inspiration otall the generation the dominant force In all history for under some form of words It has voiced the faith and aspiration of humanity from tilt beginning and all the struggles of the ages have been but witnesses to IU hidden energy Wherever men have believed In some thing purer holler more enduring and more satisfying than they have yet seen or known there time Influence of the kingdom of heaven has been felt lev Dr V V Hayuiond President Union College Schenectady X Y IlellRlon Confucian Religion Is contagious Thercfort walk as u child of light Like the fire on the ground that creeps from one tnIflammable particle to another or In the woods from bush to bush nnd tree to tree so the truth spreads from heart to heart The mothers piety often affects the child The son becomes a Christian partly because the father Js one The sisters unselfish consistent lift leads the brother nearer to Christ The holy tire thought by the worshipers to be from God himself at the church of the holy sepulcher at Jerusalem goes when landed put from person to person from taper to taper till the whole urea la a sea of flame and the galleries too are lit up with the sacred blaze Thus should the tIre of eternal life spread from man to wan from heart to heart till all men shall truly know the Lord Rev T IL Achesou Presbyterian DenverScience and Itevelnllon It this Bible does not appeal to the brain how Is It that science and rove atlou by the statements of the Bible are dally becoming more and more har monized As Intelligent men do you not know that though the scientists have for centuries been squabbling these differences are gradually passing away and that science and revelation are coming Into closer mind more har monious relations In regard to many things whereon they formerly die agreed It is only within a few weeks that Professor Suycc writing on the latest archaeological discoveries said In every case where we can test the Bible story by contemporaneous mon uwents the authenticity of which Is doubted by no one we timid It confirmed amid explained even In the mi nutest po nts Do you not know as- intehigentmen and women that many recent discoveries of the urcbicologlsts prove that the leaves of the Bible some of them written 3000 years ago are absolutely In accord with scientific facts which are Continually being re vealed Rev Dr Frank Do Witt Tal wage Presbyterian Chicago THE HOME WASHING FLANNELS To keep flannels from shrinking and to keep them soft a mild I must be used anti the water must be neither cold nor hot Before putting flannels iu tho water at all shaky aud- brush well to remove all looso dirt and dust Make a good suds of sort lukewarm water teed put in ono piece at ii time Punch anti knnnd well until clenu but never rub on a h nrd It the garment is much soiled it may be scrubbed witha brush or put through a second suds Rinse twice in wator of time same temperature us that iu which it was washed Fold smoothly and wring dry either iu tho wringer or by squeezing in the hands inglneforeraise the soft fiber In flue weather hang out doors whore thny will dry quickly In rainy or freezing woath er hang near a fire but not near enough to cause steam as this will shrink the flannels as much as washing them in hot water For the same reason llannols should be nearly dry when ironed and the iron should be quite cool Flannels should not bo soaked nor should they bo wet Never rub soap directly upon wools but rely upon the soapsuds tor cleansing thom REMOVING STAINS All stains are moro easily removed before being dried into tho cloth For tea coffee chocolate or fruit stains in table linen stretch the stain ed portions over n bowl and pour ac tually boiling water on the stain holding the water high enough above the cloth to allow it to fall with some force on the stain If the stain dart not disappear atone rub it in tho hands and again apply boiling water Old tea stains may sometimes be removed by soaking iu glycerine fora time and then pouring the boiling water upon them To remove grass stains xatunUo the stained pirf with sorghum molasses Rub it in well and the spot will sown disappear then wash as usual Bloodstains should bo soaked in cold or lukewarm soapy water Saturate an iron ru tod spot with onion juice and suit and lay in time hot sunshine JENNIK L HILL THE FARM Tho farmer is at this time of the year busy repairing his buildings and perhaps providing some additional shelter for his stock Hu should be careful to see that they are fed regu larly and just an important as the feeding fie the watering of stock Very often cows and young stock suffer from thirst in the winter because their owners are forgetful Besides this the farmer should bo The crowned heads of every nation The rich mono poor men and misers All join in paying tribute to DeWittH Little Early Risers H Williams Sap Antonio Tex writes Little Early Riser liIlaro the boat I over used in my family 1 unhesitatingly recommend them to verybody They cure Constipation Biliousness Sick Headache Torpid Liver Jaundice malaria and all other lIver troubles For sale by East End Drug Co STANDARD RotMiy Shuttle i Sewing Machine aTAMBABD GRAND SWILL rUHft LOCK AND CHAIN STnCffITWO MACHINES BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture sewing machine that reUll from tUOO up The Standard Rotary run as silent alheItick of a watch Makes 900 tltchei other machine make 200 Apply to our local dealer or If there U DeI your town addreu Strnmtord Swi Macblme Ctx Writ FlrntHt rinclnunll O S E Welch Jr Local Agent watching his land In tunas of heavy rain ho should see to it that no washouts are begun which would carry th fertile soil away nnd diminish his crops next year Constant effort should be made also to keep tho roads in good repair When n little wash out in the road has beguu it is much easier to stop it than to till it up after bushels of earth have been carried away by the rain nod ruuuiug streams Aud winter is a tool time to fix some open ditches around the house and stable which will allow the water to run off and to lay walks of limit stoup or of gravel from time house to the barn and to tho spring house so that pwplo can go and coma without bringing too much dirt into tho house or getting their feet wet Above all tho farmer should study over his next years crops He should select the host seed heshould arrange to give his land what is called a rota tion of crops that is that the samo field should not bo planted in corn too many years in succession but lot it have a crop of cow IoM or clover which will rest tho land and make it furnish better corn mutter a turn All those things should be thought over stud it Li n good idea for the farmer to alk them over with his big boys null get thorn interested also THE SCHOOL A LETTER TO PARENTS- NO III Homo it N often said is thin dear est spot on earth Vhat are the ole ments that make home sacred to chil dren I Krst the nlTection end care of parents Second iho natural ties and companionship of brothers and sisters Third the associations that clutter about the latuiliar and lifelong ob jects connected with the homo such as this Jim place clock family jwr trails looks and tho like No pains should bo spared to nmko the home attractive Wo muni give attention to comfort beauty amuae Inert and to those things that develop body mind and soul or iu a word to instruction There is a positive plea sure in Exorcises that cause develop ment As tho young of animals delight in pity that doveop strength swiftuew agility cunning whatever qualities they will noel when they como to take care of themselves no children find enjoyment in sports games or labors that develop then physically mentally and morally Thn homo should be well equipped for these various forms of growth The Greeks more than two thousand years ago understood time value of play and provided their children with toys mind taught thorn games This recognition was ono of the factors that made Greece the greatest nation in tho world and a worthy example to all flucccodiug ages There is a woeful lack of these os sentials in many modern homes atemost totally lacking Scarcely an object of interest for either childor man can bo found In many com inunitieH there ort scores of homes that have not sulliciont resources to enlist the interest of a bright child of live for n single day What develop mont of hand and heart can you ex ptCt if you provide not time meats f Parents have you given this matter Biitlieieut thought f hove you not taken it for granted that food fill clothing were all that wore needed 1 I You attend to tho childs phyrical J necessity until ho is of school age then send him to schoola fuss month iu the year and expect lung to amount to something If ho times not you say it is not your fault You hBo done all you couldN If you will look about you you will sew that such a course in generally pursuaiand nine eases out of ton it is a failure These things ought you to liayii done and not to here left the other undone TAke time first sixteen years of life count the hours spout in school end those spout out of school and you will full that the school life does not amount to ono tenth of tho whole Au alas nino tenths of a childs life is silent out of school so nine tenths of his education must bo gotten out of school hence time importance of tho home training III my next letter I willspeak of tome of time ways by which time homu may bo mndo attractive JOHN WHIT VISUIOIU Oriental Logic A roan bought three pounds of meat nUll brought it homu to hh wife to cook for linnet and then wont Iris wuv to his place of buiil ness in tho bazaar Ihu wife wm hltn r und ate the inout says liar ptrs Magazine In the evening the man came home and inked for his dinner There U no ment said lima wife for the cat ate it Bring the rot said the man and a pair of seines Weigh the cut said the man The poundsIf the man where ill time moot And If this is the meat where is the cat Solving a Problem In u speech in London the other day tho orator told an admirable umglislunanman respectively to a guntluinan Whose servant was constantly break ing articles in the l The Englishman in hula blunt honest way said to the employer Oh get rid of him dismiss him Tliu Scotchmans advice wits Stop tin money out of his wages But said time master he breaks mono thai his wools amount to Then Y said time Irishman raise hU wages r Owing to close confinement in business suffered from a bail touch of indigestion so much so as to cause mo intenftn pAin My tongue teas Throughthefor two days I obtained sonic relief I kept ou taking them smith can safely say they have cured m- oAT DRUGGISTS The five cent packet i epoqgh fqr an ordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a year Berea College Founded 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OI AILJOver 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Solonco Two years Course with for moil and Domestic Science for young LaduosNTrado Schools Ctrpcntry Housework Nursing two years Normal foiirues For Teachers Three courses loading to county Certificate Stato Certificate and State Diploma Academy Course Four years lilting for College for business and for life Col lego Co ure08 Literary Scientific Classical lending to Unccalaure ate degron Munlc Choral tree Heed Organ Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to help all who will help thomsolvew toward n Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental foe moot expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also 1 for board in advance JixponseH for term IU Weeks may helbrought within S4OO about X15 to bo paid in advance The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congr 8ation4 t alists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all lFar lid iMrtu Ikt C WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky I 1 Lr1 u pi r 3THE CITIZEN THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON II FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES JAN 11 Trat uC Ihr Iriii rr Illl Iv 1ia 311niurr Verira JNUiolilrn TrtIlill Iv 4Cuiistenir rrrinr by Mil llrv II Jl MrnrimC- opxrliht t Itoi by AnittloD Irm Auoclitlon 13 Tlirrefort my brethren dwirly lie loved uiul longed fur my joy and crown no Btund rut In the Lord my Ururly bo loved The kinou winy Is entitled 1lirln relldJbook the Illlilu It would lu woll to read the Ijilstlu through luau tlnua till we foci that wuliuvo In nuiiic uru Brunpetl It nud that It huM KIIIMIV Al thin rc8oiit time wrllw tinso note wo urc endfuvorlni In nil my Bible clam to luvmorlzu the wholu l il Utli taking about throe verse tlieli week Tor ww believe and ile lru to obey Col HI 10 Mutt Iv 4 PH vxlx 11 JIT xv 1U Job xxIII 12 etc know of no way to stiind tnt III the Lord or III the raco ot Goo Itom v isxioiit by boliic Ulltil with word and lib Sjilrlt John vl 111 t Hrjolce In tho Lord alwlI ucaln I my Itejolce 11 your rnooeruI fbi be known unto all intn The Lord In at hund A Christian In one who In Christ und unless one U tvnlly in Christ nnd Christ III him though he limy be II church iniiubvr baptized conllrnutl rtII1loUIItor u Snul of TunuM he la not u fhrlxtlnn The third chnntcr of thin epistle teach llI thht or It III wore coiicUely Htuttil In I John r I1 I emphnslie thin IIIiauito out uiuat tlrllt be u Christian order to live u Christian life und bo nblc to say To me to the In Christ- UH When our eyes are on ned toi scu thnt apart from Christ we are only lout and helplciiN sinners but In Him we uru Imhtsl citizen of heaven soul our im UKS written there W that He whb begin the work In us will iluUh ID III JU XI IV I then we will iil t to rejoice In the Iu rJ nlway 8 7 lie careful fur nothing And tho tx age of Qcxi which paaielh all under tandlnit iihall keel your hrarla and mind Ihrwuitti Christ Jeaui lie nure to memorize every worth of thoe two verses and put them III prof the soul thuti enjoy this wonderful Inacc of Uod An one hOlt bald cure ful for nothing rayerful for every tuliiB thankful for tinythlni With xltom vlll r soul Matt vi Xi in our heart bow CUll WI do otherwise than us here commanded we In any suns believe God und yet how few belleverx MIC in to know In their dully life thl beautiful jKtice of God 1eaee with Owl throuiih the blood of Christ In tho portion of every ChrlNtlaii whether realized or not hut this pence of GIN Is only the portion of those who tell tilts everything that eoneeniH them commit nil detail of their life to Him In prayon stud leave all with Him In obedient to nnd Urudy bellcvlni IM xzxyll 4 5 7 1rov III 5 s Tho e thtngi which have butts ledrnnd and received and limtrtl and seen In mu ilu and the Uod of peace shall be with you The thlnca true honest Just pure lovely and of good ivjtort had all by the grace of God beets een In Inul that hujLould say KIII chapter III 17 V t ho vis fur an example but there Y U only one jHrfevt einmple and we url tiiiiKht to ruts with patience look lug unto Jesus Ileb xll to see Jesus only und consider Him Mark Ix S licit III xII III tur In lusts iilotie nil things were neon III perfection and lilKh till stniuliird may seem Cod desires nothing less than till llfo of Jesiut iniiilo manifest In our mortal r flesh II Cor Iv 10 11- 1IDIt I Iae learned In wlmlioevcr state I am therewith to be content Titus It another beautiful phase of tho Christian Jlfe rejoicing III the Lord greatly whether full or hungry abounding or In want Tho iirophyt Hubakkuk had learned Ihe secret for N he could say ThotiKh vine olive He tree locks stud henls all fall yet will rejoice in the lord I will joy lu the Goo of my salvation Hub Ill 17 IS If we have conlldenee In God an our Father wo must believe that Ho Is always doing lllal best for us und lie will not suffer us to hunger nor to lack anything we nci unless to suffer u Little Is the very best oust only way to preparo us fur the glory Ho Is pre paring for us lie suffered Israel to hunger und also Ills own dour Son Deut vlll Z Mutt xxi IS but in the former It was to prove them to do them good and In the latter It was that Ho might bo n high pilet who eould fully sympathize with Ills pee ple hub II III 17 IS Iv 15 10 13 CUll do all thing through llflt which atrciictlienalh me how can this lire bo lived Ijr by any lgllng ot ours siut b IIU or trying on our part htst only by yielding ourselves to God Itoqi vl 13 that Ho who manifested Himself In Christ may manifest something of the Bamo life lu us who arc re deemed by Ills precious blood lleforo vS can know tho power of Ills leSllrI recti all 10 we must know what It means to have been crucllled with Him for then only cuts wo say IJlive yet not I but Christ llveth me Gill II JO III Christ by virtue of HlH finished work wo have n bland s lug before lcd which U perfect Phil Ill 15 lIds x 10 14 but IIH to our dally life hero before men wo are to be over pressing on to perfection IIIIIt lug to apprehend that for which I him apprehended us III 12 11 lclslnlI upon Hlui to work III us both and to do of Hln good pleasure II laIThk rest of this chapter must be eluded lu our meditation but especial t ly verse 10 which so fully cover ult we cuu our Wed ou this ildu of tUIk1IIIlSe r A Uiicotiiclouit Kroin Cruiii During nmiddoii anti terrible attack of croup our little girl was tinconsci Otis front strangulation says A L Spafford poHtmautor Chester Mich nudn dose of One Mintito Cough Curo was administered and repented often It reduced tho Nwellitig Rud- Inflammation cut tho mucus and shortly the child wan rtlRtlng easy and npocdily recovered It uurllI Coughs Colds LnOrippe und nil Thront nnd Lung troubles Quo Minute Cough Cure lingerH in the throat and chest anil enables tim lungs to contribute pure healthgiving oxygen to tho blood For Halo by Kant End Drug Co IiCIIICKilIAUGABy OopyrlKlit IOU liy American Fruu AeocIa tlouJ lOW me corporal was us consciun bus a stints IM thuro was in thu Army oi tho Cumberland and otto of tho most gallant but whets tho suspicion full upon him llko u chill that ho was after n woman whoso presence for tilt brief period ho had broii with her had throws a Htrango spell over him ho ceaccd to urge Isis horse with tho Kamo prewitiro as boforo In tho midst of tho chase them had como a context within Isis own lireust between two confllrting emotions If Hctny HaggH were III front of him what would bo tho result if ho nhonhl catch her Ho miiKt tpra over to tho military nUt horitieri ansI tho chunetM were slit would bo uxocutexl for a py On the other hand xuppolng lit portnltliHl her to escape ho would Iw Ilt oratlug an enemy far moro danger Otis to tho army in which ho serve than n ilozon batterIes In short ho would n traitor to his comrades and hli cause Miss liagg for It wan she had pass ed many plckutc had experienced many lucky escapes Sim hail browbeaten offi curs and hUll cozened soldiers Hho land gone through n doen places whrro a man would surely havo Iwcn arrested And now after passIng so many data gun on tho very eve of nuccws siso sail dully found herself in tho most critical of all thu situations slio hail over IKHII placed in- Meauwhllo tho long legs of Hobby Lee were getting over tins ground at an ttoiilhlng jiaca It was not tlm tri nngnlatlon ota armor taCO for sport with Corporal Hatlgan but tho quirk hurt jumpi of n race for life Ami Hobby seemed to know the stake Nov er III IsIs former flights had hlsears been turned baolc so eagerly to catch thu low tones of his mistress Never hail there beon no innoh feoling in that siIsrts voIce It van Go on Hobby Good old hoiva Get upl On on out Thats n dour boy Its llfo nnd death with tan IJobby n continued streani of broken wonlrt and sentences all of which Hobby Roomed to understand anti not UpOIl as if he haul been a human being Tho fugitive know that tho chase could not ho a long one Her crazy ve hide like n rotten hulk III a storm without sea room To thu north was tho TcnncHfco river ami no means of crossing Ahoad was Cliickamauga creek but Ixitwceii liar and it lay tho scattered forces of tho left wing tof tho Union army Hho knew tho ground well anil had as good a knowledge of the ixMitioiH of tho troops na OUQ could have of an army constantly changing Thu x lut from which she hail started was half a utile west of Hossvlllo on tho Lafayette road A milo of chasing had brought her noir n fork tho left road leading across Chlckamauga crook by Dyers hridgo tho right leading di toothy south Slut ilatormiiKd to take tho left hand road intending if she should succeed iu reaching Dyers mill about n tulle from tho creek to strike n ford sonic distance billow that eho roo mumlHircd liavlngouco crossed ThcKO possibilities flashed through hur mind like messages over n telegraph wire Avhllo tIn thud of hoofs nail tho clattering of her pursuuraKwiuging sa ber wcro soniifling in her cars- On on Hobby Cpr heavens sake go on Woultllt not 1m host for lair to leave her bonsai and buggy in the road and tako to tho woods No They would mark tho point whero tho hail left them But lien pursuer would not know which side of tho road fho html talccnk and them would bo nu urN ehanco that ho wontil follow on tho wrong shlo Snmii thing must bo done thu rare could not last forever the IIUIII hell Bcomed to bo gufnfng wad theii dread of com hag upon n Union camp She was nbout to bring her horso to n stand nud jump from her buggy whets tho clatter behind her liatigan hud turutxl a slight bend in tho road Bound ed so loud near that instead of doing so sIte gavo him n cut with tho whip Thetas no time stow Hobby Wo must put a greater distance botweoii us and tho Yankee Get up Bobby Oh go on Why Imvcut you wings Heavens what in that ahkud Tents und ghostly in tho gloom And ow many of them Tho whole field is covered Nearer comes the clatter from behind In front is sleeping rogimcur brigade perhaps n whole division It was not there yesterday It must lie III transit why should it Imu halted just in time to block the way God help mo I must take my chances and go on Sentinels were pacing on heir beats about tho camp In eonio eases tho boats led along tho road but tact across it Right through these chains of emit right into tho heart of this sloop ug multitude of armed inca dashed the woman whoso only weapons of de reuse were Hobby lice anti her antiquat cd Oil Oil Bob IIA Ahot a bullet singing like a nfl jug fork in ears which already sang loud enough in themselves vlth excite ment Turn out tho guard Following Miss Uaggn came Corporal Ilatlgan to find tho road in front of him blocked by half n dozen men with as sunny muskets pointed right up in hiii taco He uttered an involuntary TItanic God Ho mnst bo delayed tho respon sibility for the cscapo of tho fugitive would bo with them If indeed sItu wets Miss Uaggs Im would regard himself fortunate at the delay Whats tIm matter asked one of the men Im chasing souse one In front I suspect a telegraph breaker It Ahl Thats it is it Well go on wovo stopped tho wrong pursUit rise corporal regretted that the litter view had boon no brief the Interruption so short Ho hail no option but to dash on Before the fugitive thero stood a satan lu thu middle of tho road with it mus kot leveled straight at her or rather at tho coming mass which lie could taut distinguish Mists Baggs did stat KHI lusts till site got within a dozen feet litI hint awl heardSHolt or Ill firolIRising III her Wilt and concentrating nil her strength in one effort sho brought her whip down on tho horses back at tho same time holding him in tho cuss tcr of tho road by tint reins Tho satan was knocked in otto direction stunned anti Isis musket went flying iu tho other Aud now each ono of tho chain ofIsentries through which tho fair patch stealers hone dragged her and her swaying buggy with a series of lunges hearing shots tIm cries ofI guanli tho clatter of hornes hoofs rattling of wheels and seeing thing coming through tho darkness ns Miss UaJKsIIPllroaehlIllhoutcdUllltl Turn out tho guard Who cpmes there und a score of other similar cries to none of which Miss Baggs paid other attention than to fly through IIIIY from them an from the hand otI A Kcoro of shots wcro tired at hair along half a utile of road while she watt running tho HllItletIAnd now thu last fitlItrrlli iiassetl and thu woman shoots out from between tbe rows of white tents into a lieu road ahead Tho noises are left behind Hut amid tho confusion of distant ttoumU is ono which coming with a low coutin ued rattle strikes terror into her heart A familinrity with war has taught her iU calls Site hears the beating of thu long roll Tho whole camp is llroIcd A legion of Yankees miy soon pursuit OVICrrllelltillol wa4 KtilTero l to go on Tho men who topped him transmitted tho informa lost at once to tIe guard tent that some one doubtless an cnumy was being IIIICUlltrThere was n hurried saddling of horses CIIIcouliloretled and unshed aftor Miss Baggs null her pursuer Hut before they started a cou plo of miles hind been placed between hor and the camps Tin gray of the morning was by this time beginning to reveal objects with greater distinctness Ratigau coming to n rise in tho ground just beyond the camps saw tIm buggy about two miles ahead swaying like tho dark hull of n ship rolling through tho billows of an ocean For n moment hu hesitated between his duty as a soldier nUll lint quick sharp epmothiug bo it love be witchment or a natural sympathy of mast for weaker woman while beads of cold perspiration stood on his forehead It suonacil to him that if ho should do isis duty ho would bo acting tho part of an executioner not only that but tho executioner of a woman a wonton whoso imago had got into his heart and his head and never left him a moments peaca sinco she first throw the spoil of her entrancing personality about him It was a hard struggle and from the stature of the case could not bo n long one Duty won Ho shouted to his horse gavo him a dig with both spurs and dashed forward There was n depression iji tho ground down which tho corporal plunged Then the road ran along n level for awhile with another slight rise beyond As he rode down tho declivity lao fugitive was on tho crust of tho secoiuTrise She stood up and turned to catch a glance behind her Sho saw n horseman sho was too far to recognize tin corporal dashing after her Below her was a wooded space anti sho noticed that which gave her a glimmer of hope Tho road forked Urging her horse on ward she aimed to get on otto of tho two roads beyond the fork while her pursuer was in tho hollow back of her trusting that she might escape us eho had escaped before by forcing him to choose between two roads nnd trusting that be might tako the wrong one Down tho declivity her racer plunged while Ratigau was galloping down the oue behind her So steep was the road and so swift her horses pace that the danger of death by mangling seemed greater than lentil by hanging She reached tho bottom whore the road ran level to tho fork and tho wood Hope urged her It was not 100 yards to tho point alto was so anxious to reach Passing over a rut at tho very fork ofI tho road that seemed her only chasten for escape tin old buggy gave a 1Isl1lnlI groan aa much III sympathy with tIn mistress it land served so well as a death rattle and flew into a hundred pieces CHAPTER XII A CHANC1KD KNFMT Corporal Ratigan had been worked up to such n fever of excitement by tbe chsjo and his complicated fooling to T L warn she object of It that when ho shot over tho risu in thu ground that hid tho fugifivii from his view hit visage was distorted from tho expression of good nature usually stamped upon it to ono which can only bo called demoniac Ills eyes Were wild that portion of his hair which extended below his forage cap pecmcd to glow with unusual red necs his body leaned forward like n jockey in n race the whole forming n pictnro of eager ferocity In short Cor poral Ratigau resembled an escaped lunatic chasing a flying fiend who had been torturing him On the erect of the second rise lie strained hits eyes after Miss Ilaggs Nothing appeared to denote her presence on thu landscape except n horse in liar nets which ho dragged in the dust trotting back toward n heap of rubbish on tho road A Hinldcn dread took pos session of the corporal It was plainly evident there haul beets an accident He had beets chasing a Confederate tele IHe put tic ticch of buffered ctmtecn tn tifr lips graphs stealer that ho might turn hit over to the military authorities of his own army to bo hanged nnd now ho was suddenly plunged into terror for fear she hail been killed lit went on but with a now object distinct III his mind It was not to injure Miss Baggs but to succor her lie Mxm ensue to the heap of splinters ofIBaggs was not visible Had Ethic taken to tlm wood beyond the fork of tho road For a moment thero was n delightful Beufo of relief but it was soars followed by tho animal instinct of tho savage chI III an object of prey Stimulated by this or n return of n sense of duty thoIgrass by tho roadside ho descried till unconscious body tho face apparently whlto in death of tho woman ho sought In n moment the corporal was oil his horse and on his kneca beside her Tho clmsu III which ho had been so eager amid tho cause wcro both forgotten on seeing Miss Baggs lying apparently cold in fleetIashiii hurt Thero was agony III tho corporals toItho ilivlP own keepin with the 1o Wh it good for ex injure iniiocv women and chil In that nouresistanco of unconscious ness ho forgot that this woman land been engaged in what tho world condemns openly if not secretly as illegitimate warfare To him site was innocent not that he reasoned upon her acts but because n mysterious something a breath from spirit land had made her more to him titan all tho world beside Hu laid his head leWis upon her breast to listen if tho heart heat ho chafed her hands and arms ho took off his cap and fan ned her Still site lay limp in isis arms without a sign of life Darlin darlin como back to life Come back if its only long enough to ell mo ye forgive mo for mo cowardly chasiti ye Oivo killed ye 01 know It 01 wish souse ono would run n bayonet through mo own rotten heart A slight murmur something hike a groan escaped her Prllillo God thereulifel If itll only grow stronger Ah thank heaven theres water Laying her head dawn in the grass ho went to tho side of tho road where thero was n runnel of clear water Scooping some of it in his two hand lie threw it in her face iSho opened her eyes Corporal Ratigan never forgot the look with which his prisoner regarded him when she recognized who ho was There wcro two expressions following each other rapidly tho first reproach but when site noticed tho pain with which It was received it molted into one of tenderness Ah Rats sho exclaimed faintly howcould you do itI Ho put Ills great bauds brown from exposure before his eyes to shut out time taco which at every glance kindled some stow emotion to rack him Now that Bbo hind como to life another terror came to him tot administer an added torture Ho know that mounted men wore following that they would soon appear over tho crest just behind them that Ills prisoner would bo taken tried anti condemned Theyre comin Theyll bo heroin a jiffy he cried wildly Tell mo that ye forgive mo Tell mo that ye dont hate mo as I hate mcsolf For doing your duty Ruts Duty Is it a mans duty to run Iowa a woman like a hare Dont talk to mo of duty If yo suffer for this Oill desert go back to OlrolnJlll mid God bo praised if hell send n storm to sink tho ship and mo in it Theres n drop III mo canteen a drop of whisky Will ye tnko it dnrllllI nicanI dont know what Im talkin about Let mo put it to jcr lips Take a swallow Itll revive ye No Site appeared to bo passing back to unconsciousness Take it for moi sake sweetheart Only tako a good swallow and yoll be righted Site open d lien eyes Evidently site haul heard There was nn expression on her face indicating that his words had produced that effect upon liar which might bo expected in a woman who hoars a strong man unconsciously and unintentionally declaring his love Why do you wlhmo to live Rats Dont lot mo live If you do Ill die on tho gibbet II Oh darlin ho moaned dont be tnlkiu that way Olll die mesolf first 0111 raise n mutiny Oill Ho could tact go on Ills words mocked him Ho well knew their fntil ity Tako a drop sweetheart only a drop for moi sake II What a change from the day he hail jokingly asked lien to take an oath for niol sake For yonr sake Rats Give It to canlteolla change at once A tinge of color cams to lion cheeks and she breathed nlbre easily A clatteriugof horses hoofs n clank lug of sabers mounted figures standing out against tho morning sky on tho crest behind them and three cavalrymen are dashing ou to where lies Miss Baggs oral kntels the corporalIPromise me nothing foolish she usked pleadingly 0 God Oim going to draw me revolver ou era II Promise II I cantII For moi sake Rats II pltohcrtaco as situ imitated tho corporals Iro prom1IlIcntcritical a moment touched a rtpolI Irish chord in his Irish heart mid iIhim to terms For your sake darlin Oill do it lie said iu a despairing voice There was scarcely timo for him spook the words indeed they toI whispered with his lips touching car when tlm three cavalrymen rode up to where the two were it all ed one of I thelliIHer bU hurt The corporal spoke the words haltingly assail drops of sweat stood out on his Corehelle1JWho is she Well thats to bo found out some other time Otto of yed better rido back for an anibulauco and a surgeon II Never mind time surgeon said Miss Haggis faintly Well bring the ambulance allIway II said Ratigan Yo cnn nil go back if yo like Oill stay with her Shes mo own prisoner II Theres no steed of all going said tho man who had spoken Ill go my self Ho turned and rode away while tho others dismounted and throw tho reins of their bridles over a fence rail Ono of them caught hobby Lee who was cropping the grass nearby occasionally looking up us though suspicious that something hand happened That men 101 tured about now and then approaching to tako a look at tho prisoner but turning away again quite willing to be free from tho responsibility which Cor poral Ratigan scented disposed to take upon himself Rats II said Miss Baggs who was now rapidly recovering strength and coolness it will not be long before I shall bo separated from you Before then I wish to titanic you for tho kind ness tho interest oven time tenderness r with which you hayp treated a fallen enemy Anti I wish to ask our forgiveness for tho deception I practiced on you onco when you were deputed to sue limo through tho lilies What was that compared with what Oivo done he moaned Do you forigve meI01 da But give And Ratsjou havo unconsciously letI mo know that you you feel more kind ly toward me titan Youve robbed mo of mo heart iiiI tiroly Well Im both glad and sorry It is delightful to be loved but saul to think hut your very love must make you grieve Our meetings have been few aUll sstrammgevery strange IIJlho added musingly Who are you Rats I know you are well bunt I cart see it III every word and motion II Oim second ou of Sir Thomas Rllt1 igan Esq of County Cavan Oircland Iincleecllllltoshift for meself A year ago Oi enlisted 011wishcoffin and 01 in possession of tho es totes that 01 could give them all to save your life No no Rats You are a soldier null an honorable man Remember what I havo told you You will do your duty hereafter as you have done it heretofore Your words iu thnt respect aro meaningless Your sense of honor will always triumph over your sym pathy when that sympathy ii alloyed with dishonor For this I have con ceived for you an unbounded respect Perhaps were I not so soon to boIDout speak It for Gods sake dont speak it- Well II Rats wo will try for time brief tune wo shall lie together to fix our minds ou a pleasant picture Let us think of that when tin south will be independent or at least when north and south will be at pumice This region now trodden by soldiers wear lug the blue and the gray will be given up to those simple people who till tho soil Instead of the sound of shotted guns thero will be the lowing of cattle Instead of tho singing of uiinio ball there will bo the songs of lairds Thero will bo peace blessed peace Oh if could only live to see itl Then perhaps I may take you by the hand gay to you But Rats this can never be for us It is only a fancy picture Ito drawn to relieve that terrible suffering I see luJyour face Youve aged tin years in as- 1 Ii- many minutes Dont look at mo in that dreadful way I cant bear it II TIme two cavalrymen backs cero turned They were strolling toward tho woods Ratigau put his arms about her nnd both yielded to n long embrace MpokellWordwhat both felt There was more pain and more pleasure concentrated in tho bosom of each thou hind been there in all tho years they had lived CHAPTER XIIsTUUSED OVEIU Titers was a rattling of wheels on the soft road and looking up Ratigan J taW the messenger returning followed by an ambulance Driving to Mis IJaggs who was still lying iu tho grass time driver backed it up to her while thlImessenger dismounted and opened tho door Time cavalrymen stood readyto lift tho prisoner into tho vehicle But Miss Baggs waved them all away ex cept tho corporal and taking hiss hand rose to hey feet and stood for a moment supported by him Tim effort was too much for her Her head fell on his shoul der and for a moment sho lost cost sciousuo Ratigau took her off lien foot and lifting her into tho auibulanco laid her oil tho cushions Olll rido at the foot II ho said to the others One of so lead mo horso II ITOBE CONTINUED Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School IlerllODa who board themselves can rpenri a as they choose on living expene torltCtlureToraytbeflrstdayH- OWAPJ LADIIft HULSlhOOIIIICldentalKx Iloapltal Fee 25 us peiinca Wneneral 3Ytrit0- 0Ihlllt I i7 sprutoi 00Bertnnlng termLaulldry 4 j 50 28 M 2S oo l Genl Deposit returned 00 U Total Kxp nie 19 Week 87 BO fl for those btlow A Grammar deduct the f lor- book and fI from Incidental fee making the Iotal only mytSU When tour girls room together each nave 12 or more on room stud fuel making the total only 921 RO U classed below A Grammar Room ant uel cost one dollar more la the Whiter term Two room for housekeeping with Horn etc can utually be rented for from H to a temjS Tbe price of a big calf a little mnburk or a few homecpun bedcover will given term of school which will change one whol life for the batten LlJIAbout a year ago my hair was coming out very fast so I bought a bottle of lAyers Hair Vigor It myhairis 45 inches in lengthMrs A Boydston Atchison Kans Theres another hunger than that of the stomach HairhungerforinstanceHungryhairneedsfood needs hair vigorAyersIThis is Ayers Hair Vigor always restores color and makes the hair grow long and heavy SIMaWttU All druggists youIyou a bottle lie sure and the name of your nearest exiirnwoflirrt Address ICATKIlCUlAwellMas Will MakeIiAffidavit New Liass 1 Life fw an lewa Ptmastsr Poitmuttr H Randall Dunlap la I suffered from indigestion and re suiting evils for years Finally I tried I soon knew I had found what Ihad long looked for I am better today than in years Kodol gave me a new f lease of Anyone can have my af fidavit to the truth of this statement Kodol digests your food This enables the system to assimilate Sag every organ and reitoringlieal- tbKdI Makes Yell Strong FMiarei o Zoo DaTT ITT do Chicago TM1 ecoaaiult6UaNU115OeBlM Three YearsSRichmond And out of all the sols of teeth that have been made at my office if there is one set or any sets that show any defectsrI will make a new We are making the best set of teeth in the world for 750 and if defects show in iveSyears we give you a new set Cro- oThisappli l to all the teeth havemade or am going to make the best alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Ho sol Buildingnext door to Gov eminent Building Richmond Kentucky t 1 t 1 THE CITIZEN I LOCAL AND PERSONAL j Chas Bljtho has bought a farm and is farming it now Harry Andrews and Robert Shar left Monday for Morehead Ky James M Early has six G nice Duroc Jersey boar pigs now ready for sale Prof Marsh will occupy the E Fairchild house when Mr Fairchil- t moves out Miss Susie E Dlytho returned home from Winchester last week Wednesday FOR RENTFarm of eightyfour acres one mile northeast of Berea i M K Pasco Misses Ida and Lula Finley of Jessamine county are visiting Mr and Mrs C I Ogg Bicknell Early are headquarters for bananas oranges lemons apples and fruit generall- yDeparturesWm G Best for Cincinnati Edward Chaney for Cleve landOne antique oak sideboard at Bick nell C Earlys Call and examine Price that will interest you E L Robinson assistant postmas ter and E L Robinson little Lisbe were in Richmond Wednesday- Mr and Mrs John White fro Wyoming were guests of Mr and Mrs Silas Simpson Wednesday The College has set up several new street lamps and if it keeps on will soon be lighting the whole town Mr Clark foreman at brickyard will the house left vacant by the removal of Prof Raymond and familyThe College has been spending considerable money on public works of late in the improvement of our streetsMrs D N Welch who has been ill so long with an affection of the eyes Wal taken to the infirmary at Louisville for treatment last Saturday E P Fairchild has sold his proper ty to the College It is probable tha the College will sell a considerable portion of the lands thus purchased The second number of the lyceum course was given by Mr Alexander Tarr The audience was good H was an interesting speaker althoug- he hardly came up to our standard Your attention is respectfully called to the nice showing made by the Berea Bank as shown in thAir Quar Report on the front page of thisI IerJy Viola Schumakers address for this school year is 1230 Amsterdam Ave New York City She is taking specialwork at Teachers College Columbia University and returns to Berea later The annual church dinner of the Union church was held on Saturday last in the new parish house on Prospect street The attendance was large and the occasion an enjoyable oneMrs J B Fox who has been mak ing an extended visit with her daughter Miss M Adelia Fox at Narrow A Gap left last week for her home inI Toledo 0 accompanied by her little sonMr P A Smith a student and in structor in mathematics in Illinois University where he is preparing for work in China visited Berea friends andreturned with Mrs Fay to 111 last week Bristol Taylor from Knott County has entered school for the winter term As many others do who wish their parents to know the weekly news of Berea Mr Taylor subscribed for TUG CITIZEN for himself and homefolksMr S Fee for 24 years a resident of Cummings Cal but now of Clarksburg Ind together with his- brother Edwin S Fee ot Clarksburg has been gladdening the hearts of old 1 by a visit at Mre Laura F 1Bereans Banking Company will the rooms under the Masonic 10th inst They will transact business at the old stand on Saturday and will open up in theirI now quarters on Monday morning January 12 1003 II C Combs from Jackson county arrived Tuesday and entered school Ho brought with him about 50 worth 1 of homespun bedspreads which he readily sold to the College We are glad to welcome students who show j that they are in earnest Married in the First Christian j church Richmond at high noon yes terday Mr James W Stephens L N agent at Berea to Miss Nancy E Tudor late principal of the public schools Berea TUE CITIZEN extend- hearty congratulations and best wishes The regular business meeting o the church was held at 180 p in ollicerp9 a Pending the election of officers other business an adjournment was taken to Thursday night at 7JJO when it is hoped there may be a full attend cotdBerea has lost a public benefactress in the departure of Miss Lucy G Van Horse on Tuesday last Many citizens will remember her as a friend who was continually exceeding the required duties of her profession as cheerfully attending to a cut as to the most critical case The best wishes of her many friends go with her The monthly recital of the Music department was given this year lh first time for the benefit of the public in the Parish House Heretofore they have been confined to Hall and the pupils only Vocal au instrumental selections made up the program About 250 present Today Prof Raymond and family leave for Bellevue 0 where he en ters upon a Congregational pastorate His sister Miss Clarice and father and mother will make their home in Raymondmen lege since 1890 and is known to many of our readers through his work as the head of the Extension department I CORRESPONDENCE 11ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE Rev J F Phelps is holding meet ings for a few days at FairviewMr- E Brannaman and Miss Sallie Young were married Dec 30 Rev J F Phelps performed the ceremony A wildcat and gray fox were killed by Brown Poynter a few days agoMrs arte Wren Miss Bettio McCollotn visited her grandfather J R McColloui here and attended evening service at Fairview Mrs Etta Lambert had as Lohu y Lambert25 is the price asked for the only Hoadley clock in this neighborhood See Rev J W Lam bert of Boone Esq J M Reynolds ofDisputanta was a visitor at Rev Lamberts last weekMr J Wood of Wildie has bought a farm at Con wayMrs Singleton has returned from her trip to Richmond ROCKFORO Mr E Brannaman of Boone here on business last weekMr an Mrs W R Stephens and little son John visited Mr and Mrs John Guinn last Monday nightMr Milt McGuire of Crooked Creek was hero on business last weekMr and Mrs 0 A McCollom of Davis Branch visited her parents near Boone last week Robert Linville moved to the Haggard farm near Conway last week Rev Dan Phelps is holding a series of meetings at Fairview church Master John Stephens called on J W Todds girls last Sunday Rev Saulaman filled his appointments at Scaffold Cane last Saturday and Sun dayMr and Mrs W R Stephens went to Boone last week on business Mrs J W McCollom visited Mrs Wm Rich last Sunday Mr T C Viars and daughter Beulah visited relatives at Berea last Saturday and SundayMr and Mrs W HSteph ens attended ohurch at Fairview las SundayMr W R Stephens even to Wallaceton Monday on business OWSLEY COUNTY OABBARD The marriage of Mr Rhodes Hall and Miss Depsie Green occured Christmas dayYour correspondent and Meredith Gabbardvisited at Meredith Reynoldss last week an enjoyed the hunting to be had on Cow Creek The death of Mrs J Moor- came Tuesday night after a long struggle with consumption Grassy Branch school is progressing nicely under the teaching of Mr C Moore 25 pupils in allProf A Cort passed through hero on his way to spend Christmas at his sisters in Cortland He will teach school at Booneville this winterChristmas passed quiot ly at this place Sheriff Neely wa here Thursday and FridayMr A Barker and Misses Florence Reynolds and Amanda Eversolo of Cow Creek visited at Mn Margaret Moore Christmas MADISON COUNTY sWALLACETON Richard Young of Lexington is MaryfMonday for his homo in Childsburg Miss Lucy Code and Fannie and Jennie Todd wore the guests of Nan- d uie Gabbard New Years day Mrs Ike Guiuu is slowly improving from her sickness Mrs Dan lot kins visited Mr Henry Botkins and family SundayMr Ekins has mar ed to the Kiunard property Mr and Mrs Goo Smith will keep house for Mr Goo Ballard MASON COUNTY MAYSYILLE The city school opened for work MondayMiss Lillie B Stewart whose illness was recently mentioned died Friday Her funeral occured Sun day afternoon Revs Porter and Talbot ofliciating Mr Arthur and Gray quiteJEdward Leo of East Fourth St were thde u G Harris was quite fortunate in hold ing the lucky number that drew the fifty dollar prize at Mr Sarkleys shoo store Rev Porter preached Washington Sunday fternoouTho Ladies Exchange held at the Bethel church under the supervision of Mrs Lucy Gorton during the holidays was quite a success Mr Guor Strawder has moved his barber shop from Market to W Second Sty Mrs Bell Yancy of Louisville is visiting relatives and friends in this cityWe regret very much to learn that Miss May mo Bell who has been teaching at Mt Olivet fell last Monday and broke her legThe children of the Bethel Sundayschool were made hap py Christmas by receiving presents from a beautiful Xmas treeTho Holy City sung by Mr Eugene Gant Sunday evening was very much ape preciated GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSYILLE Weddings have been the order of the day First Mr John Louder and Miss Hallie Green both popular young folks of this vicinity surprised their many friends by going quietly to Jellico where they were married They were accompanied by the brides brother Maurice and the grooms cousin The next week Christmas eve Mr Walker son of the Rev F P Bryant and Miss Jennie Robards were Married at the M E C arch theRov Merrill officiating On the last day in the old year Mr Mert Cook formerly of this place now of Illinois and Miss Na pier one of Cartervilles most popular young ladies were quietly married at the home of the brides father start ing immediately for the home of the poopl9dthem and we heartily wish that not one may be omitted Mr Isaac Ar nold has moved to Paint Lick and taken charge of the hotel and livery stable of that place Maurico Green is home from London for a few days visitHarmon Smith and Houston Green have gone to Williamsburg where they will enter school this week at the Institute Waltor Hammack was up from Paint Lick one day last weekMrs Fannie Kohler has moved to Paint Lick Her father Mr A J Hammack now occupies the place she left U S DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE WKAT1IKK IIUIIKAU Voluntary OUervcn Meteorological Hecortl for week ending January 1W3 at ISerea Station Maximum 56 January 3 Minimum 15 December 31 Rainfall 93 in intF D GARB REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured market for homespun and homewoven goods such as bed coverlids linen dress linsey jeans blankets etc at follow ing prices- Coverlids f4 to J6j Linen 40 to 50 cents a yard Dress Linsoy 50 cents yardeBlankets brown or dyes 3 a pair White linsey and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and25jyards 90 inches long All be old fashioned homemade dyes- Anywomsnwhowants to sell cover lids or homespun to Berea Collegswants before beginning to weave c spin For information apply in person or by letter to Mrs Hattie W Graham Berea ItT 1Too many male n mistake In nut calves until of nn nc In hell for veal It Is n question with me whether It docs nut pap letter to kce values until near ChrlNtnms ntul then sell says a New York corrcsiwinliiit of Farm and Homo One thing + Hiiro Let a farmer once work up nn honest trade for such meat fwd llki genuine fresh eggs or gilt edged butter lie coup- put on a still price and Htlll tied n ready farmers In this section kill the calves when n day or two old and scl- the tildes for 00 cents or according to size and weight while the milk must go to the pigs for some Ihut- as It Is not lit for butter or cheese lot why not adopt the practice that Is be ginning to come In vogue hero of ford ing this milk to calves until fit for use anywhere then giving warm awed sklmmllk with a little finely ground grain mixed In ox the calf grows old ore Soou one will have an animal on vnlulIto e thrive and a run on the ground In the open air is as good for them ns tin occasional tonic Is for their owners My fattier always fed a little sulphur about once n week and I never remem dlseasefeed once In awhile Is also fowl for them We tum them out Into a well fenced piece of meadow as soo antea rom sun and storm Unless there can be running water In their quartern It Is kept In a trough tor them and removed C err They are well fed and It surprising how soon they attain mar ketable size Alfalfa KnilUftr A late Colorado bulletin of far notes gives some tests wade of alfalf- as un ensilage plant Quo test nays the bulletin was made with the alfalfa put In whole as cut Iu the licIt the other with the alfalfa cut to quarter Inch pieces as we cut our corn for en silage The whole alfalfa showed a spoiled layer three Inches thick on tho top and an Inch layer around the side nearly all the way down The enallag- of the bottom and middle was excellent and was greedily eaten by the cows and calves Its loss In the total weight was 107 per cent but IU loss In feel lug value was probably a little larger The other silo was tilled with cut alfalfa The next day the silo was covered with two thicknesses of build lag paper and one of boards and weighted with stone to about 65 pounds per square foot When covered the ensilage was hotter that the hand could bear Two days later the tem perature had fallen to 83 degrees K and In two days more It had fallen to that of the air The ensilage shrank and settled a good deal When put iu It contained 33 per cent of dry matter On opening the silo showed two Inches of spoiled ensilage on top and half an Inch on the sides The spoiled en silage was 73 per cent of the total weight The loss In dry matter was approximately 10 per cent Clianne lu Milking Time A New Jersey correspondent of Amer lean Agriculturist says that he wa unavoidably absent not long ago and left the ten cows that he usually milk ed when at home to be milked that ev cuing by the boys who milked the others As they milked the others first and his 45 minutes later than the usual time they gave their full amount that night but when be milked the next morning they shrank from one to three pounds each and not quite as much at night but It took tram Thursday morn- Ing to Friday night to bring then back to their normal yield as a result of that one change of the persons who did the milking and the variation front th usual hour The scales In the utable are what tell the story of such mistakes as that though we learned the same thing years ago when we were away from home overnight and left a man to milk the cows we had been milking IIe was as good and careful a milker as we were but when we counted the quarts and pints sold th next morning we found an average shrinkage of about a pint to the cow And this happened not once but sev eral times In four years Improving Poor Field Every season attempts should be made to Improve sonic portions of the farm that the soil will show the highest standard of productivity There arc crops which must be raised on every farm which leave the sot much poorer in fertility when they are harvested Systems of rotation may tend to counteract this evil and keep the general average of tine fertility good but In spite of this there will be a gradual decline unless special efforts are directed toward the Improvement of the soil This can best be done by selecting certain fields or field each year and making a point to raise the standard of fertility of that section By thus changing oft one goes over the whole farm In the course of a few years and makes the soil all of a high standard Value of Breeding The real dairy farmer demands o every calf that he Intends to rear thn enoughe orr female all the advantage that cornea from being well born lie does this because It Is to his own advantage This Is not saying that every calf tha Is well born will turn out a profltabl- i I u1aa1 P r ITS JUST THIS WAY 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