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JAMES M An Independent Weekly Editor and Devoted to the RACERT Interests of Knttrat at tAt Potloffitt at HE CITIZEN ITHE HOME FARM SCHOOL row ewn 50 CENTS A YEAR III VOL IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY in 190i Fifty coutH o year NO t1 FJ IDEAS It is IJotturto he loved than feared lie that in of u merry heart hath a continual feastProv 1516- Life Is not short but there is al whys time enough for courtesy f EticnsoNJlunetli Hrst thou couraye then brains and nil are needed to make u ttxxl citizen ineji ROOSEVELT FROM THE WIDE WORLD Mr R A Von Tuutonlmlm former ly of Louisvillo has returned from spending two years with the lopors isolated in Molokai Hawaiian Islands Ho thinks that owing to the shlngellt rules ill regard to it tho disease will bo eradicated iu a few yearn hone lulu is on tho boom Tho new cable is a great thing for tho islands The proposals made by tho Powers for nettling tho Venezuela dispute through arbitration have finally been accepted by the Venezuelan government Tho claims of tho allies will bo paid All point of controversy not otherwise settled will bo referred to tho International Hoard of Arbitration at The Hague for Himl adjust nloul Marconi has proved that bad weather does not interfere with the sending of messages by his wireless system of telegraphy by communicating with England across tlie Atlantic while a storm was raging at both the sending and receiving stations Marconi is now at Capo Cod giving attention to tho completion of tho wireless transatlantic htatiou at that point Tho Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to animals of Berlin Our many recently gave a dinner to six hundred prominent persons tho menu consisting entirely of horse wont per vcd in various forms Tho society hopes to increase tho consumption of tho scat and thus prevent owners from working their horaes to loath as wended animals would bring goal pricesIN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho coal trust continues to raise the prico of coal whilo Congress is hesitating to pass tho antitrust hill or even to suspend the duty on an thracitu coal for a limited time Tho handsome public library which Mt Andrew Carnegie presented to the city of Washington was formally opened ono day lost week Mr Car ueglo was present and trade an ad JJ dress Dr Von Holleben tho Gorman r Ambassador to tho United States has boon granted a long leave of absence by his government Ho will not roo 1 turn to tho United States but Baron Von Stcrnberg will succeed him j Nearly one fourthof tho 250000000 tons of bituminous coal urinal in this country last year came from the South Tho value of tho lumber produced by thin South in 1880 was Fill 9i2l32 in WOO it was 5188111521W- ASIIINOTOX Ires Roosevelt to day consented to prepare and have transmitted over his signature tho tint formal message by wireless teleg t raphy across tho Atlantic oconn Tho message will bo directed to King t Edward 1L of Great Britain The American Boot Sugar Associ anon at its annual session hold in Washington Jan 8 withdrew its op position to the ratification of tho Cu ban reciprocity treaty By this trea ty sugar will be admitted from the is land at a duty UO per coat lower than a prevailing rates- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Kentucky will require 2500 square feet of space for her educational ex hibit at St Louis Worlds fair a space several times larger thaw that at Chi cage in I8J3 The committee for Madison county agricultural and horticultural exhibits for tho Worlds fair as named by State chairman I B Nail is as follows J W Bales chairman Richmond Jesse Cobb Richmond M F Arbucklo Silver Crook C C Chrismon Val laceton With characteristic enterprise the- Louisville and Nashville hiss secured tho valuable Wiggins property iu Cincinnati for now yards The Cin cinnati Southern was negotiating for the property for new terminals but the L lit N promptly camo in with a bettor offer and it was accepted A Madison county Kentucky man William Joel Stone succeeds a Franklin county Kentucky man Georgo Graham Vestas ono of Mis souris two representatives in the Son ate of tho United Statos Whether with horso or man it is a good thing to have been hired in Old Kentucky Krchanye An explosion of natural gas occur red lust week on White Oak Crook Estill county which tore up tho earth for several yards around Tho gas ignited and burned over an area of half an acre An expert mining en gineer of Pennsylvania who visited the place says it is the strongest low of natural gas ho has ever soon Tho second annual convention of the Mercer county Young Mens Chris tian Association has been in session this week at Harrodaburg with sever al hundred delegates iu attendance and an elaborate program Prof J C Achoson president of Caldwell College Danville and Henry E Rose rear State secretary ore among the speakers T S Vance former editor of the Sholbyville ffect is the ethic loot secretary of Mercer county EXTRACT FROM LETTER Written by President Roosevelt to an Epworth League In Baltimore Extract from a letter written by President Roosevelt to tho Epworth League of Slrawbridgo Methodist Episcopal church Baltimore Mary laud and published in the Baltimore lleeraldLincolnsad patient kindly Lin cola who aCtor boariu upon his weary shoulders for four years a greater burden than was borne by any other man of the ninetonthcentury laid down his life for thin people whom living ho had served so well built up hit entire reading on his early study of the Bible lie had mastered it absolutely mastered it a later he mastered only ono or two other woks notably Shakespeare mastered it so that he became a man of ono book who know that Ixokand who justice tively put into priulioo what he had been taught therein and he left his life as part of thin crowning work of the century that has just closed FUN AND FACTS A Definition Little Clarence Pa what is ox perience Mr Callipers Experience my sou is the headaches you acquire from butting against the world Puck A Public Convenience A public telephone has boon placed in tho flank by Bicknell f Early for tho use of their customers Got in your orders by J oclock for morning delivery and U p m for afternoon The Young Minister Father of tho Pastor after tho ser UlonI1ol Horace has changed since ho was a baby t The Mother What an idea Of course ho hiss changed Father What I moan is that when ho was a baby ha used to keep mo awake Boston Transcript An Astronomer Invention Professor George W Houili who occupies the chair of astronomy at Northwestern university Is perfecting a tabulating machine which his friends say U one ef the most marvelous pieces of incclianlHin ever constructed The machine will contain moro than 5000 pieces and glees the argument and tho illffcriiice between chronological numbers It will compute indefinitely It will raise n number of 15 periods to the fourth power In the fraction of a second and will perform almost every trigonometric calculation Nrnr the Almolnlr Zero Professor Dewnr In a recent lecture before time Royal society reduced hydro gen to u solid and announced that a temperature had boon produced which was eight or ten degrees lower than this or within nine degrees of time ab solute zero He Is lan lIllIe of In the liquefaction of helium Another gas must bo found even more volatile than helium In order to roach within one degree of absolute zero New Method of Bird IbotoKmphr A novel apparatus has been Invented for bird photography and the Inventor has recently shown an excellent pic ture of a song thrush taken by It A bait of fat Is placed on an electrical wire having connection with n camera When a bird alights on this the erect li to release the shutter and an in Ununeoua mrrtralt la secured e MOTHER AND SON Two HumUnmr Specimen of the linnnary Ilfrril The OupniHpy cow Dolly Ads tISt and her bull cnlf Unfits of Homestead C903 whoso portraits are reprinted from Hoards Dairyman nro members of Old Homestead herd property of L V Astell Perry 0 Dollys Ada dropped the bull calf by her aide April 20 1000 One day In May she gave 40 poundH of milk test lug C 210 per cent fat1 80100 pounds butter and In one week gave 10 34100 pounds butter on grass alone Prom present Indication Dollys Ada will make about 000 pounds of butter for the year She would undoubted OUEIlNSETCOW ANn CAIP ly have considerably exceeded this amount had she been kept at homo on the farm under natural condition Hut a campaign of nearly ten weeks at the state fairs considerably reduced her flow of milk This campaign was not without prof It however as Dollys Ada won two first and three second state fair prizes In the aged cow competition In 1000 Her bull calf won one first and two sec onds After Mowing ernProper treatment Is very Important after mowing grass Hume grass Is cut too closely and then the haymke la so set as to dig Into the turf dis lodging sets or stools that may not recover If a dry spell come If the homerako teeth do not scratch tho ground It will not Injure the sod- As to cutting or feeding the after math Colonel James Ward of New York state says Mowing U worse than grazing However It Is possible to have too much of a good thing There may he such a heavy aftergrowth that It is In tho way Sometimes too heavy after growth will cause a Held to be smoth cued by tho Ico In winter The grass under the heavy matting or aftermath keeps alive all winter and requires some air If there Is a coating of Ice over It It seems to be killed to some extent by suffocation Usually however in the spring grass starts much earlier when thus protected and Is In better condition than that which Is loft should be cut Into Inch lengths The finer the aboutI more compact the silage says ers Gazette As the silo tills with the fresh cut corn ears and nil 1e material should be spread evenly and carefully tramped next the walls Ono may till the silo In three or four days or bo two or three weeks conducting the operation The slower It Is tilled the more material can be gut Into It A practical silo should not be lean than IS feet In diameter and should be from 24 to 30 feet deep As silo tilling nears completion let the material settle and add more so as to have It well tilled The covering may consist of the cut corn forage material Itself or of numerous other substances about the farm Marsh grass weeds or other waste green material can be run through the feed cutter and placed one or two feet deep on top of the silage mass Chaffed straw or oat chaff Is also excellent These materials should bo thoroughly wet BO an to render them heavy and cause them to pack well Silo mid Kntllnur People ore fast learning that good ensilage can only be secured In n first class silo and that u silo trade of poor material or from lumber that warps or twists will always prove disappointing to Its owner says a writer In Notional Stockman This Is Illustrated by the method of canning fruit If the can la scaled airtight the fruit can be pre served all through tho winter But If the rubber packing Is poor or the top Is not screwed on tight admitting the air the contents work mud are spoiled The same thing holds true with silo Unless tho walls are Impervious to both air and moisture one must not expect to keep his ensilage sweet Time cheap structures made of old fence boards should not be called silos Yes Bcls of this kind have also led many men to reject silage and probably ac counts for the unjust and sweeping condemnation of it by milk conUonsa rlcs There has never been a food upon which all kinds of stock thrive so well and which gives such large returns no Indian corn cut and preserved In u silo In the form of ensilage As Pro lessor Henry says Cheap silos arc a delusion and a snare while good ones enable Indian corn to yield Its greatest benefactions to lIIanIThe Citizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR Dont Use- Spectacl es Unless you need them snit if you use them be sure they fit your need I will give thorough examination raze or ciuuuE always indicating tho correct glasses to use II you dont neon glasses 1 will tell you MI T Ae Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond K- yMONUMENTS Urns Headstones Statuary Granite and Marble Work of all kinds done iu a workmanlike manner at rea sonable prices nllliwith dispatch All work guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky inter of Maul and CoUiiin Slivoln Nothing Slow about our methods of selling We marksuch 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 then upThe very atmosphere of this shop tolls of good quality leather There is genuine stuff in our harness anti it has all tho features that distinguish it from the imitation and inferior gradesT J Moberly Richmond Ky DR M E JONES tJC Dentist c OfficeRear Mrs Fishs Millinery Store Office Days Wednesday to end of the week NOTIC- EII like to make the uquaiut auce of everyone within reach of Beroa canMAKE CHAIRS Tan and Dress Leather or do Splint or Bark Bottoming Please send tan your addresser cull when townCHAS A KING Supcrltiteuvlvnt of UiUldlngi Vena Colin e d IrrrlIIrof+i I I I+ M+ I I Id Ni IFI9d I Idr CLOTHING 1 tFURNISHINGS Everything that Men and Boys Wear IYour patronage invitedI I Covington and Banks E Richmond Kentucky t OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYSIlWFHIl1I HI 1Ir I rIrIo MII 11II1oI1 IIII 11 Iot MNNM HSN NHM4fN 4 NNMNi04 + jI9 gUnione Ladies Union Suits 1F cents worth 7f centso Misses 1111011 Suits Jr cents worth JO cents Childrens Union Suits 13 tents worth 5 cents V f For a limited time only I I Bicknell Early Berea Ky I eNtHsNNNNNNNt1WS0HNNONSt t e n I Madison County Roller Mills I IIoIorIi i Manufacltircrs Fancy Roller FlourKiCorn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc d Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be i i hard to beat i i PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour i I M II1IIoIi If Potts Duerson i IiTHEODOREJPII 1 Phone Night Phone rcd Duroc Jersey Boar at home in Ky for the spring season of 1003 at CO cents payable at time of service This boar is n ery fine hog gave pulire satisfaction during the past season and is endorsed by some of the best breeders in the county and has served iu the herd of J W ilermloii MATJSJAClJONJ a M EARLYno If Its From JoplinsI Its Good We wish to call attention to the largo assortment of Now Furniture now on sale at our store invite our Berea friends to make themselves at home at- IOPLINSmeet your friends here and consider this your hindquarters when in Richmond Wo guarantee quality of everything we sell and invite com parison of price- sPICTURE DEIAItT31ENTMouldings in fashions latest dictates always carried and framing neatly done CARPETS AND MATTINGSi- n great variety UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day 73 47 66 my Beroa Ve JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky it r I THE CITIZEN WAYS OF THE SHAD Their Migrations and How They Live at Spawning Time Shad fishinFis hard and precarious fisherman muse count on having his clothes always soaked with icy April water Oflcn too the nets come in empty am then there is nothing to do but to make another cast and hope for bet luckA fact noticed by fishermen is that the identical shad apparently frequent the same stream year after year To prove this they point out that those taken in Flor ida waters are smaller than shad caught in the north while in dif fercnt streams the fish differ in form thickness and shape After entering the rivers the shed take little if any food previous tc spawning but afterward they will bite at flies or any shining object f floating in the water They have even been known to snap at artifi cial bait The toothless mouthof the adult is unfit for feedingupon anything except minute animal mat ter found in the water Food is rare ly found in their stomachs the only substance commonly seen there be ing something closely resembling black mudrom this it is sup posed that the shad swim with mouths extended swallowing the animal life that swarms in the wa ter and on this growing plump and tweetOutingCharacter In Umbrellas Ones character is said to be revealed with infallible accuracy by the way he holds and carries an um brella One enthusiast who has made a study of the publics umbrel la manners has announced that he would want no better guide in choosing his wife than to watch her furl and carry her umbrella The man who pokes you in the ribs with his umbrella for instance docs not alone announce by such an f act that he is rude or careless To the experienced eye he actually lays bare the innermost secrets of his characterThe or woman who carries- an umbrella with the point back ward and downward is unassertive On the other hand persons who in walking carry their umbrellas by the handles with the points contin wally extended or pointing forward will be found self assertive and en ergetic The pedestrian who grabs i goesttion is likely to be found alert but disposition Speed of Dogs Greyhounds are the swiftest dogs known and scientists say that they are the swiftest of all four footed animals Trained hounds can travel at the rate of eighteen to twenty three yards a second which is about the speed attained by a carrier pigeon These dogs are bred for speedalone Every other consider ation is lost sight of and only the machinery that makes for motion and endurance is cultivated 4Foxhounds are also very fast trav at the rate of nearly eighteen yards a second M Duso It lier the noted French scientist has j out in his statistics on the of animals that little fox ter Ijspeedtrotting along with their mas are driving or riding a bicycle cover mile after mile without a touch of fatigue or distress Many animals akin to dogs show even greeter endurance A wolf can travel fifty or sixty miles in a night be ready for a similar journey Iandfollowing night Book Muslin youIHs name from the peculiar manner in which it is made up for sale namely folded in yards and each yard doubled in again on itself in such a way that the process of opening it strongly resembles the opening of a bookis ingenious but in correct The word has its origin in Buke which was erroneously writ ten Book the district in India where it was first made It was not until 1760 that the manufacture of British muslins became a rival tot 1 those in India India muslins are still famous for preserving their whiteness PinsIfigure as can be adduced in relation to wire pinmakingindustry all pins are made from brass wire i and the daily production of pins in Great Britain is placed by competent authorities at 50000000 of which Birmingham supplies about threefourths How this stupendous output is consumed affords matter of no small wonderment and when the proverbial trifling value of each individual pin is further borne in 1mind the interest in this branch of industry will be still further gmentedOhllmber8 Jour nal 4 Iaj FACTS ON INEBUIET Y STARTLING STATISTICS PROPOUND ED BY DR CHARLES L DANA Indoor Worker CJrontmt Alcoholic Victims Ilrlnklnic llnlill Ariiulrri In Early Ilfr Alcoliollmu Ainniu Women In view of the perennial anil worldwide Interest In the subject of InUin uerance and nil that pertains to It the facts anti figures presented In n paper- oil the causes duration and immune merit of Inebriety contributed to the Medical Ileconl by Dr Charles L Da na of New York nro worthy of review In these columns for the bonellt of non professlonnl readers Dr Dana has been a visiting liyslclan nt Bellevue hospital for many years nnd has hail varied experience In the treatment of alcoholic cases In n single year he studied 330 such cases and Ills average of Inter years was even larger Ills evidence on the subject of hered ity anti alcoholism Is startling Among 350 patients whom he questioned on this topic he found that drlnUIng huh its existed In one or bulk parents In all but ten 075 per ecru The father was usually the drinker Among thirty pe riodical Inebriates two thh ds had the hereditary factor counting against them In fourteen eases the lather drank In eight both parents drank Notwithstanding these facts Dr Dana expresses the opinion that drinking Is largely a matter of habit nnd environment Classified as to occupation Dr Dana found that It was not the day laborers the meat111111chasitestradesmen that furnished the largest proportion of alcoholic victims Indoor workers generally leading till others In u total of 15GO eases studied the tradesmen numbered 387 clerks and salesmen 3U and professional men only tt The Impression given out by some writers that drunkenness huts Increased to an alarming extent among American women Is not borne out by Dr Danas Investigations In the total of admis sions at Hellevne In the years 1SS7 1SSS KSSO and 1S 3 there were 10470 men and iUNK women giving a proper tloll of Ii per cent or n little over one third women In 1SS7 the percentage of women was aJ and In ISii eight years Inter It WIM II an Increase of only two points As to the age nt which the drinking habit is generally formed Dr Dana huts sonic suggestive figures to offer Among thirty periodical inebriates two lhlyds began drinking before twenty and all began before thirty The greater num tier of cases nnd of donths from nleo holism were found between forty anti fifty In men and between twenty and thirty In women More Interesting and remarkable per hUllS thou any other disclosures mnde by Dr Dana are those relating to the capacity of men for drink and the duration of life among habitual Inebri ated On the latter point the conclu sions reached are that III serious causes the duration of life Is about fifteen years the maximum being over forty years In general It Is said that hard drinking can rarely bo carried on for more than twenty years and it gen erally brings the victim to grief at about the age of forty Referring to persons who drink most heavily and frequently It is said that it takes ten or fifteen years to bring on dementia or Insanity during which time It may be estimated that each inebriate consumes about 2000 gallons of intoxicants A ran llftyilve years old confessed to Dr Dana that he had been drunk twice n tiny for three years milking about 2000 Intoxica tions Another man of forty had been drunk weekly for twenty years and a third aged fortythree had been drunk n thousand times in fitters years Two thousand drunks are set down as the maximum limit In any ordinary Inebrl tote experience The favorite combination for hard drinkers was found to be beer and whisky and beer alone como well up In the scale Other beverages used by Inebriates Included cocoa wine Ja maica ginger tincture of soap and a well known proprietary bitters A remarkable absence of alcoholism was found In wine drinkers In the conclusion of his article Dr nana would teach he says that al cohol Is always and absolutely a poison and a surely degenerating agent when used In excess nnd that even wlfii used III moderation It Is equally pernicious to a rather large class of human beliigs Petitioned Liquor Forty onn cases of delirium tremens nt one time In the city workhouse in Chicago proved sntllclcntly startling to demand an otliclal investigation One of the physicians visited u liquor den of the rlclnlty and purchased something which went by the name of bourbon lie did not venture to experiment on his own stomach but poured some of the liquor on a piece of raw beef Immediately the meat turned black The concoction was next tried on the top of n varnished desk and the varnish soon softened The physician declared the stuff rank poison and wondered that the men who drunk it did not die out right Save the flora and Girl At the bottom of all the evils and temptations that Infest our clues lies the legalized liquor traffic ways the Union Signal For the sake of the boys and the girls who are leaving the farms and seeking employment In the cities It should not be dltllcult to con vince farmers and farmers wives that prohibition is the only kind of regula tion tlitt will regulate the drink busl ness or to persuade them to join UM prohibition forces RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Omni Olrnnrd From the Trnchlnu of All Denomination Sin is a growth according to certnli fixed laws just as holiness Is Ever act of sin breeds more sin Just us cv cry act of business Is a fortification itev J C Smith Indianapolis ClirUt evcr Ir piilr of We never know the richness of lift until the Inner man Is born We lire slaves until the lifer man says I uii freo Christ never despairs of us Itev L II Harris Kplscopullan At tuner Ua The Mlmluii of ClirlM Jesus did not come Into the world to regulate feast days now moons no Sabbath days but he cause into Hit world to ctrl and to save that which was lostIIC S Gvrlau Lamkltw llaptlst Washlugton Drninitfl of Itellitlou- Uellglon demands all from every mUll and yet no more than each man cat give So you love GUll with nil your heart nnd with alt your soul nil your own and yet nil hllllIl Dr Uyrd Methodist Atlanta Ga The KuKfliic of Str lir To go beyond the letter of any ohll gallon tad serve another freely geuer ously to give time and energy wore than Is expected more than may lJu rightfully demanded Is the surest way to advancement The essence of this kind of service Is sacrifice Itev Dr Raymond Schenettady N Y IlUtor UeveaU Ilielf- In every republic that ever existed II was the elm of the rich to crush the middle class and wake an aristocracy of wealth to enslave the lower dusse of humanity Water food and fuel belong to the people and the men that rob them of either lire traitors to hu manity Itev 1 Kalu Reformed Philadelphia Vlintnoever Ye Do Whatsoever Draw this word as n clr cumference around all the activities ot your life and set how much it means It is all inclusive Uvcrythingbusl ness politics society religion must be brought under the high rule of pleasing the Lord rather than men Kev L K Sellers Christian Terre Haute lad Spirit of the World The spirit of the world whether In employer or employee Is every man fur himself To become a millionaire you must devote your life to getting and keeping other mens earnings care little for other mens wants or suffer lugs and not mind that great wealth Involves great poverty Rev C K Rums Presbyterian Philadelphia Withholding ioUi Illrlna Unfaithfulness to Cod is Infinitely more heinous than is unfaithfulness to mar or any set of men No rue Is faithful to his fellow men until he Is first faithful to his Gal All the laws of God nro In the interest of humanity and he who falls to keep them just to that extent withholds the blessings of Goo from his fellowsMtev Dr Alon TO Monk Methodist Atlanta OUt GotlB Final Word The performance of finality belongs to the religion of Christ That re Jiglon Is Gods final word to all eople an otter of blessing to all souls the good news of salvation even to the latest age The gospel of Jesus Christ will continue to teach and bless hu inanity until the end of time It cnn never be Improved upon Rev Dr Swentzcl Episcopalian Brooklyn God In Human Life What in the gospel Almost any child will answer nt once It Is the good news Whence came It It came out of the being of God just us the earth and the stars and all law and all truth came out of him It came In and through Jesus Christ It is the gospel of Jesus Christ the Son of God It is the expression of God In human life In GoI1He Dr West Congrega tionallst Wluona Minn The Hoy1 Divine Friend God as the divine mother today wants to be the companion and the comforting friend and savior of all the boys and the girls and the young folks As Christ onto turned and re buked his dlsclplw who tried to crowd away the young people from his side and said Suffer the little children to come unto me and forbid them not for of such Is the kingdom of heaven so today he bids the children come to him and clamber up Into his lUll and nestle us little lambs against the warm luring heart of the Good Shep herd Christ today longs to be the di vine friend of the boy swinging the bat and of the girl dressing the doll as well as the divine friend of the young men nnd women In the school and col legeItem Dr Frank De Witt fill mage Presbyterian Chicago The Heavenly Treasure In these days nnd especially In ourIown country there Is nn Increase of men of Immense The word million Is almost as com mon ns the word thousands was in the days of my childhood Haste to be rich Is the prevailing manta yet only a very very small proportion of all the most eager seekers after wealth will ever attain It But every one may be come rich toward God The secret of it Is to get by giving This is the true paradox in the economy of grace He that refuses to give his whole heart to Christ is doomed to perish without Christ He that saves for self only loses lIe that loses for Christs sake Is sure to save Would you secure treasures in heaven Then learn to give and give bountifully God loveth the cheerful giver This Is not to be limited to gifts of the purse for the offerings of silver and gold are only a part of what our Master has n right to We must freely give of everything that wo have freely received Rev Dr Theodore L Cuyler Presbyterian Brooklyn THE HOME I COUGHS AND COLDS Prevention is bettor thcuro and often a little trouble taken at the beginning of a cold will prevent uiiicli suffering awl perhaps an attack of bronchitis or pneumonia will bo avoided Some doctors declare that it is im possible for any person to take cold if his body is in n perfectly healthy condition the system not londnd with rich greasy food the bowels moving regularly the kidneys acting well the skin clean and healthy and oxerciHo taken daily in the opou nir One of tho bent precautions against taking cold is the plentiful use of cold water Sponging tho wljole body or at least tho throat chest and arms iu a warm room with cold water every morning will cause tho blood to circulate freely and brace up the systemBreathing through the nose instead of the mouth will often prevent sore throat The passages ot the nose and throat should be kept clear so that the air can circulato freely through themDamp skirts and wot shoes should be changed immediately and if tho feet aro cold and wot dip thorn quick ly into cold water and rub briskly Avoid all draughts especially whoa overheatedWhen member of the family cow plains of feeling chilly sick and mis arable with aching head or bouos the symptoms of a heavy cold have really established themselves and there are some simple remedies which way ho tried to overcome it A dose of oil or salt may bo given to clear out tho system and reduce feverish symptoms This is best tak en at night A hot footbath with a tablespoonful of mustard in it when possible will draw the fever down from tho heats and induce sweating After tho footbath tuck your patient iu land KIVO him a hot drink of some kind either water milk or lein auntie Beat is the principal thing In tho morning spongo tho arms nnd chest with cool wator and have then patient drink liberally of cold water through the day Ten drops of spirits of camphor on a lump of sugar taken nt the very beginning of n cold is often helpful Five or six grains of quinine taken at bedtimo aud again in tho morning will also often break up a cold in its beginning Few people understand the medi cal value of hot water A gargle of water as hot as can bo borne will re lievo the inflammation and often check a sore throat When suffering from sore throat tho throat should bo kept moist by frequent drinks of hot water Simple aa it sounds many people do not know how to give a footbath properly Tho vessel in which it is given should be deep so tho water The crowned heads of every nation Tho rich men poor mon and misers All join in paying tribute to Do Wills Little Early Risers H Williams Fan Antonio Tex writes Lillle Early Riser Pills are the best I over used in my family I unhesitatingly recommend thorn to everybody They cure Constipation Biliousness Sick Headache Torpid Liver Jaundice malaria anti all other liver troubles For sale by East End Drug Co STANDARD Rotary Shuttle I Sewing Machine TAMBABD OKAMD SWILL VOT1 LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture ttvrlng machines that recall front SUM up The Standard Rotary run BI dlent ai Ihe tick of a watch Makes stitches while other machine make 200 to our local dealer or If there U asdealer In your town address ma Standard Sewing Mfchlme Co Welt Flrnt tit CincInnKtl O S E Welch Jr Local Agent t will come well up above tho nnklc and largo enough so the feet can butt be put iu flat woolen blanket should be thrown across the chair of tho pa tiout thou tho ends brought forward so ns to entirely cover tho legs nUll bath vessel JCNNIG LESTER HILL THE SCHOOL A LETTER TO PARENTS NO IV Making the Home Attractive That children should bo plentiful supplied with toys and playthings is so well understood that it ought not need stating But some are careless about the matter thinking that n toy or two given on Xmns should last a year or mon In this connor tion it is well to notice that homo made toys nre usually proferrablo to those bought at the stows The cantonihnnol dog cat or t 101 phaut that tho child has soon cut stitched and stuffed is tossed kicked hugged choked anti caressed in turn with nmorcndlng satisfaction Tho rag doll soothes the sorrows of its little mistress long after tho costly china one has been forgotten Lot u wagon sled or oven a top bo made for a boy in his presence and every step in iU progress will bo watched with tho greatest interest Ho will not COMO to care for it so long as ItI vestige renmiiii As soon a child in old enough to handle tools ho should bo encouraged to use thorn and furnished with ma terials and patterns for various constructions In this way a boy devel ops knowledge power aud skill stays at homo without compulsion avoids bad company and evil thoughts In this way you can direct your boys companionships more easily because tho other boys will come to him in steed of his seeking them It also affords you un opportunity for being companionable to your child if you can do it without exercising too much control over his plans and actions Tho homo should bo supplied with pictures books papers etc Pic tures are attractive teach observa Lion anti cultivate taste for tho beau tiful Portraits of great meuaud wont an are valuable iu impressing thom solves upon tie minds of tho young They are n strong factor in forming character Wo unconsciously become liko the ideals that are kept before us Books for children should bo children booksnot for adults They shouldcontain rhymes jingles stories yf animal lifo in which the imagination linifull play stories that exemplify fil ial devotion courage truthfulness honesty courtesy and all the virtues Writings for children should be well illustratedMany are bettor told than rendand slay be repeated again and gain The child may bo the judge is to when ho has hud enough Bible stories aro the best in the world and nro always enjoyed whoa won told Songs such as are sung in the pri mary nud kindergarten schools should be used freely iu the homo Sullicicnt attention to these matters will make home both attractive and valuable You say it will cost sonic thing Perhaps so but it is not nearly costly as neglect Blighted hopes ruined lives broken hearts are mote costly than toys and books Jour VIIIT DiNnioiiK THE FARM DAIRY ITEMS tt llnther than to select hoifer calves from good cows and raise them many farmers depend on buying cows when they neod them to increase tho herd or replace those turned off nud for just this reason some farmers nover have more than two or throe good dairy cows in tho herd Thou again a good ninny who raise their own stock never take tiny pains to secure the services otR good hull It Matters not the kind of a bull Used so ling aa Ihoy gut the cow with calf Hither buy and have n good bull of your own or else secure tho services of one somewhere Early cut hay is more like grass perhaps thou any other food and the greatest value of tho early cut hay In quickly noticed when cows giving milk previously fed upon it are ab raptly changed over to lulu cut hay Tho valueof grass is quite wellknown by the above way of feeding and Home farmers have settled upon tho grass ration an hccond to no other factor upon the lan lu Insuring suc cess iu feeding Digwllon Is not of ten disturbed by grass given alone In abundance is apt to bo tho case when the animal is upon free rations of grain specially if the ration is wholly or mainly of tarn When wo couio to look nt the mot ter ns It is pasturing appears like n J wasteful plan of nupjiorting stock and it seams to mo that stock only bo kept in this way houldtlaud is very rough or iu tho whore farming laud is cheaper than ill this country AN a rule the stock only RotH half the crop when turned out to pasture Tho injury done to tho roots of grass by being trnmplod upon by the cattle nnd lie wounding of its ttUnnn anti leaves by frequent cropping and the parching of the soil by being exposed to tie sun when closely lllnIl tend to reduce tho growth no that half n crop is about nil that can ho realized and with us this last year tho product will surely tail short of half a crop I believe it In a sufu estimate that ono here mowed and ten to stock will go an far M two acres of tho same quality pastured Heiico whom the farmer allows his stock to run out he gives two acres for tho use of one or iu other words ho allows hulastockV M Coccii Owing to closo confinement in business suffered from a bad touch of indigestion so much so as to cause mo intenwi pain My tongue was coated hall severe pains around my nnd foil miHuiablo Throug1f o the persuasion of n friend I tried manH Tnbuleo and after for two days I obtained some relief I kept on taking them and can safely say they have cured ino ATheordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a year Berea College Founded 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest 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Madison County Ky jJlo f i 5 gTHE CITIZEN THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON III FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES JAN 18 Trit or the Irn tcl vll LIB 4t Mrniurr Vrr m al Colilrn T il rils 115 Co in PHI n ry Irr lar1 It Ihf II v It M HlrnrimI- Cepjrlilit r 1WJ liy Ainrrlun fUll Awoclilion 12 Anil 1uul hi manner wu went In unto them uiul throe Hnbbuth dny rationed with them out of tho Bcrlpturc From Ililllppl they hail travcleil utiuut 100 inllcH probably HpundliiK u t nlKlit lIch tit AmplilMillH anil AIIOI J lonlii tltnt wotilil make each Oiiyn Journey about thirty or thlrtyllvo iiilltK anil now at Tluwtuloiilcu thcn li it Kruiit ctMitur for Paul of tliu uvtluvcm tlitre Front you noiimliM out tilt wont of the Ionl In Mntinloiila anil Aeliulu I lhllII4 8l Tho Drat MUM Ion which Paul anted thu Ior l Jimrn nfttrr ho know hint an uuch to have liwoiuu tint motto of liltt vbulo IIrIoIl1 what wilt Thou have nu to dot ActH IK n AH our Ix rd nftur HIM rviuirrvctloii expounded In all tint Scrlpturv the thlncH roiicvriilui Mini licit and opvntU llulr untlvrHttiiidliiK thut they inlulit under tand the Kcrlp lurvH iluku xxlv J7 It 15 1nuln habit WUH to preach the kingdom ot- Hotl and teach the tultigN whh CUll corn the Ix rd JI Chrlnt both out of the law of and out of the prophctM ActN xxvlll =1 nil it OiMnlne mil aliening that Chrltt rnunt MMdi hive sulTrrixl and rlirn again from ttia Irati ami that IhU Jeiui whom preach unto you li Clirlut- So lIMO taught our Lord Illumvlf In Iuke xxlv 25 M after IIU rcRurrcc tlon an well n In nil earthly ttilu Utry Mattxvl Jl xII JJJxx A hatnple of 1iiuln preachlut to thoxe who knew the HcrlptureK till Jew U found In hln dUcoune at Antloch In Iluldln recorded In AcU xlll ltl11 which he xtinunnrlxvit lixixltix IIII IIltII Jdhliua JuilKcx and Samuel incite from ln II and xvl anil Inn I think rhapM he wottlil HometlmcH back to Jen III 15 21 and idiow how all the TalMnmcle ritual la Kiotlusnml UVlllcu wart fulllllcd in Jcmm ur- Nazitreth and that whllu till tint part of IMI had been fulllllod In 1IU suf fcrlngH the hint part and nil other prophecy would be truly fulfilled 6 Ami ome of thrm txllevfHl anti rontorlrd with Iaul and Hlln but the JewM which hellrvrtt not moved with rnvy et all Ihe city on an uproar nllllIwan enemy Got and man working through them lie who turned Adam and Kve nway from 0001 linn been In tho name line of work ever Hlnce and thin U hU great ambition The Ixird Jenus Chrlut hum bled and implied IllniHcIf to exalt God tho devil and lilx follower exult thciukclvcM and would If they could dethnuie Hot hilt wing unable to do thin they do their utmost agaltibt Him and jKople- t r Thwie that have turned tho worM upiMe down ate rom hither alia laying thit tliero In mother Klnr one Jriun The cry at Phlllppl wan Thcue men MIIK JetVN do vxrvttllngly troublo our city ixvl VU but now they are no euneil of turning1 thlngM upHlde down generally lnUr ut HpheHtM Jhey nerl ouidy affected the bUHlnenH of the nil verimlthi tActn xlx VT they were continually In contllct with thu world lying In the wicked one I John v Our lord hull hold that It would bo vo Joint xv IS but time seem to have changed now and thu world and the church xocm to be rlIIFnus leacoiifl or ciders In thu churched Hut let the word of God bu an faithfully iAnti fully preached It wan by Paul n thu faithful preacher may bu led to think that the world ban not changed at nil and Hint thu Pharlnocn and thc wonthlpcrH of Diana aru not only In the pew hut even In nomu of the pul pltd and that thu pernon who la really e wornhlped In very often Cawir 810 AntS the brethren Immrdlitplx lnt- away Iaul and Hlla by night unto lltrea who coming thllhtr went Into the yna cogue of the Jcwi Ono JnHon who had received Paul and Silas Into bin house was umdo to bear tho heavy end of the persecution at ThcKHalonlcn nnd thus have Bpcclal fellowHhlp with JCHUH Christ Phil and we next llud thu apostles tlfty or idxty inllcH away at Ilerea where as their ctiHtom was they began with tho JUWH To the Jew Ural Horn 10 being thu principle on which they I always worked It 11 These were more noble than those hi Tliesnalonlca In that they received tho word with all rvadlncu of mintS nnd earchctl the Hcrlpturei dally whether thoau thing were Tho ThexsnlontatiH did welt for they received thu word In much ntlllctlon with joy of thu Holy Ghost nnd they received It not as the word of men but It Is In truth thu word of God which effectually workcth in nil who believe Thess 0 II 13 Tun 1k rifiiiH however excelled In the matter of searching thu Scriptures dally prov ing for themselves that thu truths taught by thu npotitlcn were realty no The believers Included both men and women and of tho latter many honor iblu women Contrast these with the honorable men nUll women of Antloch In Plslilla who expelled Paul and liar babus from their coasts Somu chooco Ufa and somu death but in each case tho faithful preacher is unto God u sweet savior of Christ II Cor II 15 10 If all who receive tho word with readiness of mind like thu Koreans would like them become searchers of tho Scriptures wo would have many uioro teachers of tho word but it U now even as It was long ago for when r for tho time many ought to bo teach ers they have need that one teach them again tho first principle toffrb clu QIb 1 4 h UiironicldiK From Crimp During sudden and torriblo attack of croup our little girl WHH unconscious from Hlraugulntiou snJR A L SpolTord postmaster Chcnter Mich RUt a dono of Ono Minuto Cough Curo was ndministercd and repeated often It reduced tho swelling nnd inllntnuiation cut tho mucus anil shortly tht child wnsrefitiugeaHy nnd flpccdlly recovered It cures Coughs Colds LaOrippo nnd nil Thront and Lung Irouhlea Ono Minutu Cough CurolingurH in thu throat and chest nnd cnn leR tho lungs to contribute pute henlthgiving oxygon to tho bipod For wale by East End Drug Co CHICKAMAUGA By Captain F A MITOHEL Oupyrlgkt ttI4 bjr Auitrlcaa PrvM Auucli tlouJ Vltcn they camo to tlio ploco whcro each hail successively cmcrKMl from thu camp through which Ilatlgan had fol lowed her licforo daylight they found thu road llneil with tohllcm wbOllo curl onity brought Ilium hero to ceo thu woman who had succeeded in breaking through n wholo chain of guards They had all heard of tho exploit nnd crowd ed around tho ambulancu ns it passed but wero kept away by tho Runrdu iti at tendance who dropped back to tho nidus and rear Thin prevented any further conversation between Uatigin nnd Jtllta Itagg except an occaxionul whiHjwr but thu ccrjioral Hmnagc4 to keep lior hand In Ills miller n blanket unobserved At last tho nmbnlinco pulled up boforu thu hcadip arters of tho division whoso camp they had entered and Ilatlgan suddenly Iwcnmo conscioun of tho fact that ho tnuM turn lilt prisoner over to other doubtless to Ira dealt with mini marily for ho well know tho caso would naturally rocuivo prompt nttcntlon- An ofllciir with n captains shoulder FtrapK camo out from hendqtiartcrs and nurveyed tho nmbulanca Ho wnt n dapper littlu follow flit and red faced Wliovoyou got thcro ho tvsked of ItntigniL A lady Mr- Tho woman who ran tho gnanls last tiightOi captured her on thu road Iwlow llin Tho Kuanl duty of thin divi sion n fino condition when n worn nu can run n wholo chain of ecntinol Got her out of that Shus bally hurt captain raid Hatignn who had tvpi ed down on to thu ground nnd saluted 1 can alight said Mien Uagg feebly And getting us bent eho could to tilt door of thu nmbulaueu Ilatlgan helped bur out SIlO looked faint but htood by tho aid of thu cor oralS arm Tnku her in to tho JolIltIIl Mid tho littla captain Ho wants to coo her As thu tent VIM an ordinary wall tout thcru was no grunt room in it Miss Ilnggs went inside whllo tho cur poral stood directly outside with his hand on tho tent jwla- I muni havuyouscnrchod raid tho gnucral to tho prbfonvr Then ho added omuwhat hesitatingly Its rather awkward not having n woman in camp will reliovo you of tlioneccfwity wld tho prisoner with dignity and put ting hnr hand into her pocket slio drew forth n bundlu of papor which sho handed to him What nro these nsked tho surpris ed commtndcr Copies of Intercepted telegrams Thu guncrnl uttered an exclamation and taking thu papers ran thorn over with his eye IIu looked up at tho womau who Favo for tho pallor occasioned by her fall from tH colap5c l buggy stood ap parently unmoved Tlirrn was admira tion in thu uyuof Iho who gawd at her IIu wiw astotitsheil nt tho coolness with which hbo hande l him docnments that would warrant his hanging her to 1co pain of cues met ntnl clashed n trco without n niomonts delay nnd nbovo nil thcro was about her n illvino consciousness of having douo n duty it look of triumph under defeat that com pelled Ills roveronco as well as his ad miration Aro you nwnre ho naiil that with thosu dispatches in your IIOIt slon nnd lieyond our lines you would hold this nrmy ut your mercy i I urn And that captured with them on your person your lIfo is forfeited Certainly Then nru people who cnnuot brook u steady stand in onu who may bo natu rally expected to break down in their prosvnco Tho general was onoof these In proportion ns ho ndmirod her firm nosM was Ills desire to force her to show somo giviuj way Ho did not analyze Ills feelings and attribute his dosiro to any such cnutc Ho yielded to it without realizing that thu cause existed i 4 u Tho natural method of procedure in thin case ho said looking nt her sternly is for mo to report your cap turo nud tho circumstances attending it to headquarters Word comes hack to try you by drumhead court martial and Jmiitf you to tomorrow morning Well Well that is thu end of tho Mory Thero was tdlunco for n low moments whllo they regarded each other It is not tho end of tho story sell crnl Tho story of a lifo has no end Death is but n transition It pleases tho Great Comriandur to assign mo n fruit less task It is not for mo to ask why I nm but onu of his KoldicrH fighting with my brothers for my people She had conquered There was FOIUU thing forcible In her words 1101110I thing no truly grand in her manner that tho man who would break her spirit desisted Ho regarded her admir ingly and was silent All I auk general sho until pre ently seeing that ho did not speak is that thuro bo no greater delay than neo wwry Now I liavo n strength which may bo worn away by long waiting with death staring mo in tho faco- Btill tho olllcer did not Hixiak Ho was thinking thinking how ho could Hot rid of unplunsutit n duty is tho trial nnd execution of this woman Ho feared that plollolillI port hrr capture to headquarters ho would got tho samo reply as in tho caso bu had cited I will not harm you ho suM pres ently Somo ono elco must take tho responsibility of this complication ofIdeath nnd a woman It does not matter who docs tho work long us it must bo done Perhaps not to you It matters a great deal to ma My hands aro clean I dont earn to Ktniu them Whllo this conversation was on IservlllSheart Thcro wns soinutliliiK so coM cut in tho generals tones that tho cor pornl felt n rcpngtiiinco nt his prisoner being in his especial keeping He pre ferred that sho should bo Kent to Homo ouo else nnd was relieved whin ho an nounced his Intention to hhift tho ro Ilpoll8 bill t Kosides tho corporal tIedmander would bo willing to receive1 her Shall Oi tako her to headquarters general ho asked Ah my nmnl Faid tho general as though wakened from a reverie aro you hero I hall forgotten you Oi can conduct her to headquarters if you desire it general I am not in tho habit of receiving suggestions from my brigado or regi mental commander much lew a cor poralIlatlgnn caw that ho had mado a mis take nnd paid nothing Thu general re garded him witli his shrowd eyes It wns plain to him that tho man wns in terested In hllllrbollcrC- orllOral you may go toyonr camp Yes J Ortlerl lrIman standing near tako this woman to tho ambulance As Miss Dagg passed out tho eyes of tho two wero llxed again on each other Whllu thu general dill not uso words ho could not resist n last attempt with his presence his masterful countenance his piercing eyes to overawe his pris oner She met that gazo firmly un flinchingly till slio wns without tho tunt then with n Html glnnco of con tempt sho turned nud walked toward tho ambulance Tho general called her back You do not seem well satisfied with my treatment of you ho snid in n tono in which thcro wns something of sarcasm Wo soldiers must do our duo ty It is not your doing your duty gen eral that fails to win my respect It is that you havo not tho manliness to do it yourself but must need put it upon somo ono else Agnlu tho two pairs of eyes mot and clashed Tho victory was with tho wo man Tho general lowered his to tho ground You may go ho said As soon ns sho wns gouo hu went to n tent whcro thcro woro writing materials nnd wroto n note which ho sealed nud addressed Giving it to tho little captain ho directed him to send it with tho pris oner nud tho dispatches captured on her to tho officer whoso namo was on tho envelope CHAPTER XIV AX UNWELCOMK MUSONFR It was 8 oclock in tho morning Colonel Maynard pushed back tho tcut Hap intending to step outsidu and go to tho mess tent for breakfast The bright ness of thu morning seemed reflected in his countenance Ills stop was firm his bearing full of youthful innuly vigor Ho hud rapidly gaining tho conll donco of his ofllccra nud was coming to bo admired and beloved by his men All misgivings as to his fitness for his re sponsible position hail molted nway Colonel Murk Maynard was tho man most to bo envied of thoso no older than himself in tho Army of tho Cumberland Ho had scarcely passed from his tent when glancing down tho road beside which his rump was located his atten tion was arrested by an ambulance com ing slowly along driven by n man in a soldiers blonso and smoking n short clay pipe On either side rode a cav nlr mail Thu colonel paused to watch tho coming vehicle and its attendants Had it not been guarded ho would havo supposed it to contain a sick soldier go InK to hospital As it was it must ther hold an officer of high rank or a sick or wounded prisoner Whatever it con tained thcro camo to tho man watching it an uncomfortable fooling that it was in Komowayn link between himself nnd misfortune Tho bright happy look of n moment before disappeared to bo re placed by a troubled expression though no could not havo given it reason for foreboding When tho ambulance stop pea opposlto his tent ho muttered will n knitted brow What does this moan Ono of tho attendants dismounted went to tho door of tho ambulance opened it and handed nut n woman win descended to tho ground with homo dlf- flculty us though in u weakened condi- tliju Tho two then camo directly to whcro Colonel Maynard was standing Tho woman was attired in u Ftripti calico dress Her head and facn wen bare Tho colonel know at n glnnco that ho hal seen her before but could noi tell whcro Sho walked lowly for seemed scarcely iiblu to rtrng liewel along and iio had time to Ktndy her Mopjdrawing an envelopo from his holt haml- od it to Colonel Maynard Tho colonel took it without looking at it Ho wat still studying tho features of thu wom an A communication from General colour said thu man who hallll cd him tho paper As tho soldier spoke Colonel Maynard recognized tho woman ho had met at Mrs Pains His hand trembled as hu grasped tho envelope and toro it open llKAIMJtMIlTKIM DlVIRlOX MtMY TIIK ClMIIKlllANI IN TUB FRI tfcpt Ifrti CnlonM Mark Muyiiard Commanding tho th Cavalry IlrUuilc- CoijOXKi I fond you n woman who tliin morning wan caught tumixrlng with th lili Kropli UUP nnd who lia evidently talc ing lit our illrfiMtchra Doing In transit mid taut to mnvo cm thU mornlnc tako tint llli ertjr to urnd ocr to you under KtmrJ with tlir niBl wtlon tint you do with IIIT a wiinn Itt- o you I liavo uso for tlm lliultiil immlxT nt men jirrncnt for duty on my wcurt nnd this 111111 IIIolrT for troubling you Yuurx tlm nrnntit rommand to which I can xcnd Iwr am very ro jioctfully your obcdlint rnant Urisadlrr Ufiirnil Colonel Maynard read tho misslvo over twice slowly without looking up Ho had not read n dozen words Ixforo lie know that ho held in his jKwsisnion ono whoso lifu Will forfeited as his own llfo had been forfeited to tho Confeder ates n year before His keeping his eyes on tho paper was to gain time to avoid speaking when his utterance was chok ed with a strange emotion His thoughts wero far away Hu stood on thu bank of tho Tennessee river below Chattanooga 110IVamong n group of Confcderatu soldiers Personating a member of General Braggs staff ho commanded them to row him across the river They started to obey As they left tho shore suddenly a lioat swung around Moccasin point It was full of armed men Ho was tak en buck to Chattanooga tried aud con demned to Ira hanged for n spy All this passed before his minds eye as ho stood pretending to study the com munication before him not this bnro statement of it but each detail each feeling of hope fear despair as they rapidly succeeded each other from tho moment of his capture till his escape and tiafo return to tho Union lines Looking UII lit lastwith an expression of commiseration which surprised tho prisoner ho said Madam will you ploaso accept niy heartfelt sympathies Miss Baggs who had already recog nized Colonel Maynard simply bowed her head in acknowledgment without speaking but fixing her largo dark eyes upon his When placed in a similar position Maynard had met his enemys glancu with affected coolness in a vain hopo of deception Not so tho woman beforohim Tho time for deception hall passed with her Sho was a Charlotte Corday knowing that tho guillotine awaited her n martyr in whoso eyes gleamed tho divine light of n willing sacrifice to n causo fiho believed to bo sacred The colonel spoko agaiu Madam ho said it is my duty to report your caso to my commanding officer for transmission to tho headquar ters of this army Thcro is n little houso across tho road If you aro ablo to go there you will bo moro comfortable while wo aro awaiting tho reply As you like colonel Perhaps it would be bettor to uso tho nmbulanco I can walk I would prefer it Will you accept my assistance Sho took his offered arm nud tho two walked slowly toward a faruihonso n low hundred yards distant As the colo nel passed a sentry ho directed him to havo tho officer of tho guard summoned aud sent to him On reaching tho honso and mounting tho row steps that led up to tho door they wero received by a fanners wife and ushered into a small sitting room Bowing to tho prisoner Colonel Maynard stepped outside to in struct the guard It was not essential that ho should hasten but ho did not reel equal to tui interview After seeing u sentinel posted on each side of tho houso Maynard turned to po to his tent Ho was drawn by somo mi accountable instinct to look once mojo at tho abodo of his prisoner Sho was gazing out at him with a pair of eyes melancholy unresisting full of resigna tion What fiend had suddenly thrown this beautiful woman this queen of mar tyrs into his keeping with death star ing her in thu face aud ho perhaps to inflict tho penalty Why if ho must suffer this turning of the tables by fate could not tho victim havo been a man coarse creature who would dio liken brute And why hud it not come upon him before lovu hud introduced him to that instinctive delicacy that gentleness thoso finer heart impulses of woman O Godl ho murmured suppose suppose sho were Laura Ho could not boar to look nnd could not turn away For n fow moments tho two gazed upon each other while tho womans natural feminine discernment told her that sho wns pitied told her something of what Maynard suffered that her enemy Will really her friend Sho gave hint n faint smile in recogni tion There wai something in the smile that was oeD harder for him to endure than hall sho shed a tear Hers was a winning smile mid her position was desperate Sho was no brave so ready to sacrifice for her struggling people She boro her trial with such gentleness yet with Much firmness Sho was a woman and tdiu must die Ho turned almost fiercely and strodu back to his tent Reaching it ho found tho man who had brought the prisoner waiting for him Thu soldier saluted aud handed him another envelope Why did you not give mo this with tho other asked Maynard surprised I handed it to you colonel hut you did not wo it Maynard stared at tho man without making any reply Ho had been preoc cupied deprived of his ordinary facul ties Opening tho envelope hu took out n small bundlo of papets cm tho hack of which was indorsed Inter cepted dispatches found on tho person of Elizabeth Baggs captured Sept 1803 Without looking at their contents hn dismissed tho man who hall brought them and turning went into his tent It was noon before tho courier sent to announce tho capture of Miss Bagg rode up to Colonel Maynards headquar III Trtnltlinj nt jirifiincr ten aud handed him a dispatch It was as Maynard feared Ho was informed that in tho present exigency thu matter conld not bu given attention at general headquarters but it was deemed impor taut to deal summarily with spit bo they male or female Ho was therefore ordered to convene it drumhead court martial try thu prisoner nnd if found guilty execute thu sentence what ever it might be without delay When Colonel Muynnrd read this or tier every vestige of colnr left his face Ho could not believe tlm evidence of his senses Was it iwssiblo that he Mark Maynard once condemned to bo execut ed for a spy was called upon to super intend tho trial and tho execution which would doubtless follow of another for tho samo offense and that other a wom an Yet thcro wero tho instructions duly signed By order nnd only ono meaning could bo attached Ho huM it listlessly in his hand for awhile and then liauded it to his chief of staff At what hour shall tho court como together colonel I presume nt once Tho order so di rects doesnt it How about tho witnesses You will havo to Bend to tho source from which tho prisoner camo to us In that event I will fix tho hour for 3 oclock this afternoon Tho judge ad vocate will require a littlo timo to pro pare tho charges and specification II As you think best Colonel Maynard turned Iud went into his tent Hours passed and ho did not come oat Tho colonel is in trou ble said ono They say ho was onco in thu secret scrvicu himself said an other Then ho knows how it is to bo in Kticli a fix as tho woman up in that house Hes been there It was at Ciattauooga a year ago They nay he brought tho news of Braggs advance into Kentucky Well if ho has to execute n sentence of death on n spy and that spy u woman I wouldnt bo In liis boots for thu shoulder straps of u major general And so tho comments went on while tho colonel kept his tent and Miss Baggs peered dreamily out of tho window watched by guards CHAPTER XV- TJUKII When Corporal Katigan loft Miss Baggs with the general to whom ho waK1Ingot nil about Mil horse and started to cualryImnlla suru a condition bordering on insanity Ilati gnu walked somo distanco before it oc curred to him that ho was pursuing an unusual means of locomotion then ho turned back to set his horse When ho arrived at tho place from which ho had departed Miss Baggs had gone Mount ing ho rodo to his own camp nnd upon reaching there lie first went directly to his tent then shunning his comrades stolo nway ton wood nnd throw himself on his faco in tho tmadu of n largo trco aud gavo himself np to grief O Lord O Lord ho moaned if theyd organized corps of lovely women to bo attached to each division of tho army and tho enemy therell bo no moro figlitiu for either cause Each would fight tho other about thowomeunnd tho causo would hov totakocaroof itself Corporal Ratiganl Tho corporal put his hands to his ears and groaned Corporal Itatigan I soy It Still thu corporal would not hear Ho know that some ono was approaching for whether hu would or not ho conld not help hearing his namo called each timo moro distinctly Presently n suiI dicr stood looking down at MilL Corporal Katigan It ho said yor wanted at tho headquarters of Colonel Maynard commanding tho th bri gadeWhats that fad asked tho cor poral without changing his position Witness for court martinI It Why will people ask questions ex planatory of disagreeable events or tul fortunes tho answers to which they know well enough already And why when tho information comes will they deny its truth If yosay that again Conovcr Oill break every bono in yer body tho mntbcr wid ye cor IWhut by this timo had got np from tho ground whero ho was lying and approached his tormentor ast mo Couovcr mo boy IDolIt Rut yer look in ns if yo woro tried yorself Tried Oim to suffer on tho rack ns ono of mo ancestors did onco in tbo old Tower in Lunuon- Hows that Oh dont ask mo dont ask me OI can III vcr cudnro tills trial Oill doi Oill doi Conic braco yorsolf mo boy Yer in no condition to bo goin boforo n court What is it nil nnyway What is it all A woman to bo tried for her lifo And I caught her Oim to bear witness against her O God if theyd let mo oft by tyin rno up by tho thumbs bnckin aud gaggin car ryin n log on mo shoulders drummed out of camp with shared head and reathIers behind mo ears O Lord O Lord Onidoi Oill doll TO DE COlttIm1ED Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Penoni who board themselves can tpeml expciicnUuret book and other thlngt But the nrcennary expense are only ai follow- sTopaytheflntday UDIO UALLSblOlJUCldatal11 JlooJ ltal Fee 25 25 CnfICII t Hoolu etc atuafc 2 w uu General Deposit 00 25FirstLivIng i7 i8To during tho term Laundry I ro Beginning 2d Mo Board 5 00 00 Beginning 3d Mo Board 6 00 S 00 2800GenlTotal Kxprrme 13 Weeki 87 BO 87 For thoso belowJA Grammar deduct the tl tor Lookiandfl from Incidental fee making the otalonly V2JSO When four girls room together each tares 12 or more on room nod fuel making tho toW only 93300 If clawed below A Grammar Room and uel cost ono dollar more In the Winter term Two rooms tor housekeeping with itovci etc can usually be rented for from 14 to 16 a term The price of a bit calf little tanbark orn few hometpuu bedcorern will give a oneILong Hair About a year ago my hair wa boughtIstopped the falling and made my hair grow very until now is 45 inches in lenglhMrs A Boydston Atchison Kans hungerIHungry hair needs food needs hair vigor Ayers This is we that Ayers Hair Vigor always restores color and makes the hair grow long and heavy ROJ i bottit All jnniiis If your clnieplKt cannnt npply yon end us one and we will express you a Ixittlr lie miroand clro tho name of youriierreit express nfllie Address J AVER CO Lowell Man j Will Make n Affidavit New L as f Life fer an Iowa Poitmacttr Postmaster R H Randall Dunltp It UTS I suffered from indigestion and re sulting evils for years Finally I tried Kodol I soon knew I had found what I bad long looked for I am better today than In years Kodol gave me a new lease of lIfo Anyone can havo my af fidavit to the truth of this statement Kodol digests your food This enables the system to assimilate suppliesstrengthen log every organ and restoring Kedol Makes You Strong Prepared only by E 0 DiWirt Co Chlcazo coAM1aIIK UaUJ e11IIe Three Years in Richmond And out of all tlm sola of tooth that have been made at my office if there is ono sot or any eets that show any defects I will make a now set free We are mnkiup the best set of teeth in tho world for 750 and if dejects nhow in Ive years we pivo you a new sot free This applies to all the tooth I have maun or am going to make the best alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobsor Building next door to GOT eminent Building Riohmondi Kentucky I I ITHECITIZEN I LOCAL AND PERSONAL I t Mrs Edna L Farris who has hee on tho sick list is now improving- J M Haley of Oivsley Fork pass ed through Berea Monday on his way to Richmond Marshal Tatum has moved to the H K Richardson place on Walnut Meadow pike Mrs S F Lucas of Northern Indiana is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs DL B Ramsey J C Sharp R E Preston John Huff and W T Mehaffey were in t Richmond Monday on business Mrs Spicy Baxter has sold three hundred and sixtyseven acres o laud on Big Hill to Berea College Miss Edith M Fairchild left thi week for RogerevilleTeun where she has a position in a girls school The icehouse at Ladies Hall is be iug filled with fineclear ice six inche- thick from the pond at the brickyard Mr H Muncoy has taken up hi residence ou Jackson street He came from Clay county and has six children in school Mrs M L Spink and son Harry I of Chandlervillelllinoisarevisiting a the home of Mrs Spinks parents Mr aud Mrs Josiah Burdetle E B Wells a former student in collegiate department of Berea Col lege is traveling in Eastern Kentucky for a wholesale millinery h use of LouisvilleThe people of Berea are now making the most of the first fine j skating of the season The pond at the brickyard is one of their most pop ular resorts Willie H Koehler the thirteen yearold son of Mr and Mrs E L Koehler of East BernstadtKy died last Thursday The remains were in terred in the Paint Lick cemetery t FridayThe following notice has been re- ceivedi for publication If any i Preacher Billy Andersons folks o Offsloy county Kentucky are yet liv they will please write to James i1P Anderson at Peoria Kansas- E V Elder the Main street dry goods merchant Richmond assign ed Friday morning to the Slate Ban Trust Co The sudden pressure ci- a security debt is given as the cause t Assets about 10000 liabilities S20 000 At the annual meeting of the Glade Baptist church colored the follow HIsecretary C H Blythe financial see etary and James A West treas urer The collection toward church expenses amounted to S3381 In the event that the place of hold- ingj the Republican convention next May to name a candidate for Rail road Commissioner is changed Paris owing to the failure to secure suitable building there the Panta graph urges the people to do all in their power to secure the convention trorRichmond following is the list of thilat B Fox Toledo 0 i Berea Thomas Taylor Buncombe Levi Park Big Hill J M Lucas t Bourbon Ind J G McKnight Be rJrell J C Huff Confluence Miss M Welch Berea tl A very pleasant reception was giv t en Saturday night at the Sarah Jer mau House on Chesnut street to which 75 guests were invited The young t men who gave the reception should delightfulIe faculty members invited were Miss Robinson Mrs Hoag and Mr W C jIGamble Refreshments were served 1 At the annul meeting of the Union i chinch of BereaRev G A Burgess pastor the following officers were reelected L V Dodge clerk TJ Oiborne treasurer The Sunday Fchool will have an entirely new se of officers in Superintendent E Frank Dizney Assistant Superintendent W E Judd Junior Superintendent Mis Ellen R Raymond Secretary as pantoIr daily from 10 a m to 12 CORRESPONDENCE I f PERRY COUNTY DWARF H C Combs of Morgan county who visited here Christmas has re turned to Williamsburg College to attend schoo1S M Richie distrib j nr uted many presents Christmas Vise Nanny Combs recently died of consumption Miss Nanny Cornet has returned to Hazgood otter a visit andnSally Grigsby spent Christmas here A number of friends enjoyed line Christmas dinner at the home of H Owens Rachel Owens finished E B Owenss schoolS M Richie former student of tho Medic Col lege at Louisville Ky has returned to that College for the winter term The serious illness of Roscoo Little is said to bo caused by smoking ci garettes R Lee Owens who went t Hot Springs for his health returned home Jan 1stAmy Smith and Vi na Jones were among our Christmas visitors Talberd Holiday was a re- t cent visitor heroB G Grigsby has returned to Beroa where he is in Col insFrankfort for the last six yenta has just returned Willie Boggs son of S B Boggs received a severe blow on the headwith a reck Christma- day and it is feared was seriously injured Edniond Combs undo a Ivisit to the homo of II Owens recent lyJasper Owens was recently a welcome guest of Miss Sarah Richie of Dwarf u ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Squire J M Reynolds visited his daughter Chessio Martin Saturday and Sunday MM Susie Holman of Garrard county visited her parents Mr und Mrs Isaac Todd Wed nesday and Thursday Mr Walter Todd and Miss Carrie Croucher were married Jau 7 tier Roniett per formed the ceremony I L Martin and W Stephens were in Berea Sat urday Eddie McGuire and family will start for Indian Territory Jan 20 Milton McGuire of Crooked Crook was on Scaffold Cane Tuesday C H Todd was on Crooked Crook Wed nesday ou business Miss Vergie R Martin is visiting her sister Nora afbaby girl Mr J W Todd our hust ling merchant is on the sick list this week MrTS Gaddof Disputauta was hero on business last weokMrs R D Cook bought of E Brannaman AngliakHamilton Mrs lirrie A Stephens is visiting home tasks on Davis Branch this weekO M Payne was in Mt Vornon part of last week JACKSON COUNTY KERBY KNOB Ulysses Powell has returned from Ohio bringing his family with him Dr C B Daugherty accompanied his brother Robert back to Louisville to college The doctor will probably go on out West where he has been prac ticing Miss Mary Parks went to Osaebeen visiting here during the holidays Miss Maggie Garland has been visiting her sis ter Mrs MahatTey in Sturgton Court convened at McKee last Mon beensas or the different cases to be triodMiss Viola Click is spending a few days with Mr and Mrs I Dean of Clover Bottom Mr Catisius Johnson has moved on to Mr Aaron Powells farm for the yearWw Jones D Click and Frank Durham start for Hamil ton Ohio on the 10th- WELCHBURO The very muddy condition of our roads is the whole topic of talkamong our wagoners and merchants Prof II F Minter left Friday for Buck Creek to take charge of his school there Messrs Jacob Smith and Al- gen Oldhain accompanied him and will be under his instruction this win terSits Herndon has gone into the goose tradeMr Henry Smithwont to Madison county Tuesday to engage in sawmilliug for Buckles Cot Misses Nora Lyttle of Manchester and Virginia Reed of Choice Clay county have been visiting friends youde iness Miss Lou Powell paid Welch burg a flying visit Now Years day Dr G C Goodman our hustlin physician is kept busy attending to his increasing practice Mrs G C Goodman and Mrs R W Rader who has been quite ill for the pas week are happily convalescent Your correspondent was in Richmond ou business Jan 5Hottie the little daughter of Sherman Collier has been suffering from throat trouble for two weeks but at present is improv ing nlcelyW M Creech has boon t 1 in Richmond selling cattleR E Denham of Moores Creek left Mon day for Lexington Ky whore ho will take a course in the Commercial Coli logo Wo wish him successI COLLEGE ITEMS ofnnight school Miss Sarah Jerman a graduate of the Berea Training School for Nurses is in charge of the Hospital until a now superintendent can be installed caredofor as heretofore Mrs Jennie Lester Hill exercises a general supervi sion of the work for the present The registration of pupils for this term has already passed the seven hundred and fifty mark and still they come Miss Rose McFarreu arrived Saturday from Mt Vernon Misses Nancy Huff and Stacy Lewis Sunday morning from Maggard Robert Spence Jlay county and Anthony Holland Laurel county Prof J M Literal formerly superintendent of Schools in Greonup county Ky has been added to Bereaa corps of teachers Prof Literal re coked his education at State College Lexington and at a normal school in Southern Indiana being a graduate of the latter school He comes high ly recommended and has already made many friends The Berea College band of eighteen pieces is practicing hard to get ready for a grand concert to be given in the Tabernacle Tuesday night Jan 27 The Band will be assisted by the charming soprano soloist Miss Mar tha Gambl who is a sister of Secre tary Gamble The students and pub lic in general may look forward to a rare musical treat in this entertainment At the instigation of some of our most progressive students two com panies of cadets have boon organized United States army regulations have been adopted as far as practical C D Lewis and J M Literal both ex perienced drill men are captains S G Muncey and Steve Gabbard are lieutenants This is an important step in advance and members of these companies will not only obtain physicaland mental training but will learn how to obey which is necessa ry before one can command successfully REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured market for homespun and homewoven goods such as bed coverlids linen dress linsey jeans blankets etc at following prices Coverlids S4 to fC Linen 40 to 50 cents a yard Dress Linsey CO cents a yard Jeans 60 cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes f3 a pair White linsoy and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2 j yards 90 inches long All dyes used must bo old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Beroa College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in per son or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Borea Ky A Nice Huh Ho came down to breakfast and nothing was ready so he rang the bell Sirs Perkins he said when the landlady appeared what is the meaning of this Why is breakfast not ready Well sir replied Mrs Perkins I got a nice bit of fish for you but Im sorry to say sir the cat Confound the cat Then let mo have the cold chicken- I regret to say sir the cat Well then some eggs There are no eggs sir Tho cat Hang it all Then cook the cat and well have it all at once Doing a Good Deed A poor scribbler who had written a lampoon against Diderot the en dedicategcame it in his poverty to Diderot and Diderot pitying the creature wrote raisedtfamishing lampooner alive He used to declare that no amount of praise could have given him so much gratification as the sight of the poor mans face as he received his pension and no slanderer was ever more quickly converted into a devoted adpt re Excelsior the trnilo product that looks so much like ultivliiKN unit U generally supposed to l e nothing else Is on the contrary u regular article of manufacture The production amounts to about 40000 tons a year and It It made exclusively by several llrniH In the United States llnsswotxl and poplar are the woods used mostly for this product Tin loss arc cut Into lengths of aleut IS Itielui which Is the length of it liber of time stuff These blocks are split and son oued In the making u knife net to Jlic line ness desired with a ncrlex A points for Its cutting edge runn down and scores the log and the curling libers peel off like lung hair as another knife cuts the log where the tint one has marked It off A machine makes = 00 to 300 strokes a minute ouch stroke cutting off one layer A commercial package weighs about 50 pounds and the stuff Is worth nil the way from 10 to 540 a ton The United States exports It all over the world Sugar HnliluK In Trim Sugar ruling Is reviving ns an dustry of Texas Before the war much cane wan raised In the state but the poverty resulting from the war and the loss of the slaves caused the planters to turn their attention to cotton Pur timer Impetus U to be given the sugar Industry by the cooperation In It of the state which Intends to employ Its convicts In tho raising of cane on 8000 acres In llrnzorla county recently bought ns a convict faros The Cloth of Fall lllver Fall hirer easily leads all other cot IOU manufacturing centers In America It has about one Cfth of all the cotton spindles In the United States and more than twice as mummy as any other In dustrial center In America says The New England Magazine It makes SI30000UO yards of cloth annually Every working day ltd mills weave more than lroo miles of cloth Our Kxporli to Korrn Foreign goods reach Korea chiefly through Japan and Shanghai The chief Item of American Imports Is ker osene which amounted In 1000 to Sd 815 Next come mining supplies of which at least 150000 worth was Im ported from the United Status taut year American imports Into Korea have more than doubled In the past year and the trade Is growing Corn Germ Itlch In Oil The glucose manufacturers have call ed in chemists and found a new source of profit The corn grain has In addi tion to Its starch product a tiny germ In which lies Its life principle This germ was formerly crushed with the starch separated and thrown aside us waste Very lately It has been shown that this germ Is rich In oil which can be utilized New Care For Dysentery A French doctor who has been out In Anain has struck a marvelous dis covery In medicine lie found that the natives were accustomed to give the seeds of a plant of the suiuutraua tribe which they call kosam for cur lag gripes Struck by Its etllcacr he tried It for dysentery with almost miraculous results In one Instance he cured n child of dysentrlform enteritis In eight days after all other remedies hUll been tried In vain for mouths Engraving br Wait of Acid The operation of the sand blast Is well known A similar process has lately been applied to the engraving of metal plates by an air blast which drives acid before It through an atom izer Time metal plate to be engraved Is placed horizontally above the atom izer and Is given a slow motion of ro tation The time required for the etch Ing Is reduced to onesixth or onesev enth of time usual one Considerable anxiety being caused among the English botanists and na ture lovers by a recently Inaugurated system for teaching botany to teachers Under the new technical method of training teachers It has been decided to send them out In rotation In regular squads with guides for the purpose of collecting all the rare species of wild flowers they can find This wholesale raiding of the woods this organized depredation as It has been variously called cnn haw It Is said but one result all of the rarer plants of the British flora will bl speedily extirpated just as the rare birds and animals have been through the greed of the taxidermist The Force of Stvelllnir Seeds Dr D T MacDougal states In the journal of the New York Botanical gar den that It has been ascertained that peas upon being wetted exert In the consequent swelling a pressure sum cleat to compress a column of air front a length of 030 to 78 Inches which Is equal to eight atmospheres or 120 pounds to the square Inch To Preserve Color of Flower Several methods of preserving the natural color of pressed flowers have been suggested but the best It Is said Is that used In the New York Botanical garden After the specimens have been under pressure for a day or two they are laid In papers heated In the sun and this Is repeated until the drying Is complete This preserves 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