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JAMES M RACER An Independent Weekly F Editor Devoted to the Kttttrnt nl the 1elan ZEN THE HOME 50 Intereals CENTS FARM A of YEAR SCHOOL IVOL IV A Family Pnpor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 29 190 Fifty cents n year NO 32 tlll t IDEAS Bo lionoflt in your talk yourIlOrHOH Evil for evil in tiriitcliko good for Rood manlike uvil for Rood Satan like and good for evil Chrintlike- Ho oft duds medicine who his grief impnrtH But double griefs ulllict concealing hOllrIJlSNNEIl TAKE NOTICE A viilunhln now feature of TILE CIT IZEN in tho lieu coliiinn Martini hut week and headed thiH wtk How to Kwp Warm Clean old tiuwnpn per at thin ollice fie pvr pound Tho regular Monday lecture of thu College will givu place Monday to the third number of thu Lyceum course toe Phil Hunter Co This conIany- iconII0strl of Phil Hunter mngicinn Vrno Mooro Musician and Carl Anderson humorist FROM THE WIDE WORLD Col Arthur Lynch member of the British Parliament wax found guilty of treason in ilghting in the Boor army mud wan ttentonced to death Mt Pelee Inland of Martinique erupted ngnin Saturday at fi oclock blowing nway nlwut NX feet of the cone AH far an known no ono was hurt Word in received front Rome Italy that the volcano Mt Stromboli in again in violent eruption Tho cone in concealed in n thick cloud of Hinoko Another Chliuwo revolt threaten wl The nilwln 10000 to f0000 in nmnlwrH nro already in Howion of many dittricU and towiin and are now marching on Yunnan armed with modern rifle While Minintcr Bowen wan negoti ating with tho representative of tho jxiwerH III Washington looking to the railing of the Venezuelan blockade and offering tho Venezuelan diatoms as n guariinleo for the pnvmnnts of her debt German warships opoiml fire upon tho fort nt San CatloH The Venezuelans returned the fire and the buttle continued for nearly two darn with considerable damage and loss of life to lie fort This looks like bad faith on the part of Germany but fortunately nn early settlement of all iliflputu now HceniH certain IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Judge W R Day han accepted the i appointment ns Associate Juntico of tho United States Supremo Court tendered htm by Pros Roosevelt Sat urday The College chapel at Oberlin 0 burned to the ground early Sunday morning Most of tim valuables were saved and tho loss of JlOOOO wholly covered by insurance A now chapel will soon ho built at a cost of 578000 A treaty was signed Saturday hr Secretary of Stale Hay for tho United States and Sir Michael Herbert for Great Britain providing for the final Mtlllomont of tho AlaHkan boundary diipnlo This removes tho last ground for difference between the two great English speaking nations The treaty with Columbia has fin ally lean concluded and sent to the Senate By this treaty the United States golH complete control of thin Panama canal and nil property of the Panama Railway company Tho- U S pays Columbia a bonus of 10 r 000000 and an annual rental of S250 000 for u period of liflyfivu years COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Contracts have been lot for exten Hive additions to tho Kentucky lush tution for tho Deaf at Danvillo Tho Kentucky Associated Press mot in Louisville Tuesday with forty newspaper mull in attendance and an interesting program The Baptist Seminary at Louisville has received SQOOOO by the will of thin late Mrs Porter Bartlett to endow a chair in honor of tho lato Dr D F Porter Prof Carl Myers who has a bal loon farm near Frankfort claims to have solved tho problem of aerial navigation A model of his flying machine moves in any direction at tho will of tho inventor Prof Myeis expects to win tho 100000 prize of crud by the St Louis Worlds Fair for tho most perfect flying machine I GOLD DUST WORDS OF HOWARD W POPE You may not feel the need of n Savior now but the time will como when you will need Him Tho first stop in becoming a Chris than is to accept Christ and this can ho done in a moment Tho second step is to confess Christ and this can lo done in n moment Tho third thing is to obey Christ and that will require all your life A Christian is ono who line Josus Christ III his heart Salvation is two nidod On Gods part it consists in giving and on ours in receiving But tho gift is not a thing at all but a person and that person is Jesus Christ There is hut one leading question at any time and that is the question of ones relation to tin Lord Jesus Christ For Workers In doing personal work the first thing is to ascertain the position of tho one you are dealing with In a tender way press tho Scriplur- truths upon the inquirer in the form of questions and whoa ho realizes how far ho cornea short in Gods estimation urge tho claims of Christ upon him and if possible lead him to a definite acceptance ot Chint then timid there When you meet nuns excuses with Gods wonl tho mouth is shut there is no argument against that Wo take too much for granted in Hupping that those who hovo heard thin Gospel all their lives know how to become Christians Tho Holy Spirit is always convict ing eoplo of sin through the ordina ry ministrations of the Gospel nUll the 1roviiionco of God is always at work softening the hearts of mono Hundreds of mon havo never land a direct personal invitation to accept ChristI in increasing numlwrs aro failing to como to church wo must carry tho gospel to thorn BAND CONCERT A Boron audience seldom if over has had the opportunity of hearing such an excellent smith varied musical pro gram as that furnished by tho Col loge hand Tuesday night Tho blind has done wonders under the very ef ficient leadership of 00 M Simpson anti slows whnt faithful practice can accomplish They rendered all their mi inborn in true Sousa style Miss Gamble as soprano soloist was ox ceedingly well received having to roo spout to a hearty encore nt ouch ap pearunco Miss Gamble possesses a voice of wonderful flexibility and range her touts aro clear and musical and her enunciation splendid Miss Larry pleased her audienco with her violin solo but was especially at homo and enjoyable in the cello numbers She plays with fiuoexpres sion For our student and homo talent Miss McKee in hor reading Misses Caldwoll and Pilchor in a piano duet Miss Ruddock in a piano solo and Mrs Hinman in her whistling added much to tho variety and enjoyableness of tho evenings entertainment Tho houso was well filled with an orderly and appreciative audience OUR COUNTY NEWS Federal Judge A M Cochran has appointed Mr D M Che cult as re ceiver for E V Elder the Richmond merchant who recently made an as sgnment Tho January term of tho Madison county quarterly court is in session at Richmond this week N B Turpin is tho presiding judge Tho cannon and guns which woro used iu tho Military department ol Central University before the removal of the school to Danvillo and which belong to tho government wero ship pod to Washington City last week upon request of tho War department 1antftgrapli Last fall Madison county had fine prospects for an electric lino taking in Richmond and Boron on the route When tho franchises lapsed Jan 1903 thoso who have authority in the matter for some unaccountable reason refused to grant an extension to tho company proposing to build tho road To our mind such a rorid could be a detriment to no ono but would be a benefit to tho community at large and to each individual It is to bo looped that our officials will relent and grant tho extension of tho timo for beginning tho work TESTIMONY OF AN EYEWITNESS Supt J M Literal ol Grcenup county hiss just spent n month in Be rea studying and teaching in tho Nor mill department and was obliged to Icavo because of his duties as superintendent at homo In bidding faro well in chapel he said Before leaving I wish to make n Few remarks as to my impressions of Boron impressions I have formed since I camo here I have been impressed very much with tho work at llerea over since the first tiny I came I think it is a won derful institution It is a place where any young man or young woman can got a good training The spiritual influence hero is good and wholesome and something that is needed every where Not only that but you have various departments where you may studymoro than you will find in tho little Normal schools at homo as wido a variety as you will find iu any college anywhere Also tho teachers andoinfluence teachers who take an inter OAt in their pupils I never saw teach ers tnko such as interest in students as they do in this place I really boo hove they would go a mile out of their way and through mud hole too for tho students I havo not lime to say much hut wish to say that I believe the institution hero is thorough One who completes n course hero will bo well equipped for life And thorn is another strik hug feature that all young men and women ought to avail themselves of not only tho thoroughness and the good instruction but tho cheapness with which you can live hero Why I really believe you can live cheaper hero than at homo and get an education free education hero is a free gift FUN AND FACTS Hopeful U Vitln Most of tho men who own flying machines are holding them for n rise Baltimoro American llurkft iinil rii tit 100 carloads ducks and geese want ed Highest market pricn paid Will also buy pigeons J IL Notf 0110 sito Joes Richmond Tin Inlille Nr l It was a bright reformer who said Wo want good men and wo want em bad Baltimore News Ilnr Oiinrtunlljr D B Shackolford Richmond is now selling airtight heaters nt cost to reduce stock stint UrI Borom stopping acquaintance I say old man lot mo give you a pointer I Kuowem breaking RyItDont want Itno place to keep a dog dont like dogs anyway Chicago News For Hntr holso and lot on Depot street Be rea Four rooms good woll Call on or write T A Robinson Rich mouth IyUti WIrIA littlo advertising is boiler than none but often a littlo advertising is wasted whore a groat deal would show a decided profitArchitects and Builders Journal Our llurkfiirnl Ono bucket ofcoal will ruin a Moores airtight heater twentyfour hours Sold by D B Shackelford Richmond Ky REPAIR THAT LOOM Borea College has secured market for homespun and home wooiu goods such as bed coverlids linen dross linsey jeans blankets etc at following prices Coverlids f 4 to JG Linen 40 to fiO cents a yard Dress Linsoy 50 cents a yard Jeans 60 cents n yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes f1 a pair Whito linsoy and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must bo 2 yards 72 inches wido and 21 yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homomado dyes Any woman who wants to sellcover lids or homespun to Berea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in person or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Borea Ky WHERE ARE TIm EYES that are perfect in structure and fume ion Not ono pair iu a thousand are free from defects of some kind Some lire so slight that th wearing of glosses is not necessary In other cases the temporary use of- EYEGLASSES OR SPECTACLES will correct defects A test will de cide what must bo done It is made hero free of cost Wo carry a largo assortment of eye glasses and spectacles and can fit sim plo cases immediately TI A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky L srlt A Cough I have made n most thorough trial of Ayers Cherry Pectoral end am prepared to say that for all dis eases of the lungs It never disap points J Early Finley Ironton O Ayers Cherry Pectoral wont cure rheumatism we never said it would It wont cure dyspepsia we never claimed it But it will cure coughs and colds of all kinds We first said this sixty years ago weve been saying it ever since Three lieit ttc for a n orillutry cold Me right for brohcliitU boars nee hard colds tC1 1 molt economic for cnronle c and to J teAYEIt Co Lowell M- mMONUMENTS Urns Headstones Statuary Granite and Marble Work of all kinds done in a workmanlike manner at reV Honable prices and with dispatch All work guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Corner of Main and Collins StrrcU DR M E JONES e Dentist c Office Rear Mrs Fishs Millinery Store Office Days Wednesday to end of the week Rice Arnold Main Street Richmond Ky Headquarters for SHOES HATS and MENS- FURNISHINGS iiive us a call Leave your bun dies with us and make our store your headquarters when in Richmond Remember you are always welcome i IIhT tJr TIIoI InII 1111 II I I I 111111010101111 ti 11 1101 I IOO CLOTHING III SHOES HATS FURNISHINGS f Everything that Men and Boys Wear Your patronage invited I Covington and Banks RichmondJ Kentucky I OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS Iol IM M MI MM MM eemssemesGREAT BARGAIN SALE i r Of Ladies Misses and Childrensi Union Suits TO REDUCE STOCK i bILadies Union Suits 45 i iChiliFor a limited time onlyI IBicknell Early Berea Ky JfNN Nf + M- JNn NNMNNnNfl Madison County Roller Mills I IIIoIIoIIII4l i Manufacturers Fancy Roller FlouriCorn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc I Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat i PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour i l1I1 tII1Ilolo1tI Potts Duerson I t Station KySjiWhitesLnnnn1N nnn1NNNNN11nnnNnnnNnn nNnnnH THEODORE JR 11 REGISTERED NO 14223 Telephone to No 58 or call when in Richmond at JOES Select Grocer and Caterer I will stand my registered Duroc Jersey Boar at my home in Bereft Ky for lThispave q the past season and is endorsed by some of tho best breeders tho county and has served inlthe herd of J W Herndon IOUAnANTIA I THOMPSON GROCERYANDaRESTAURANT Fruits and Vegetables a Specialty Sole agent for Banner Cream Bread f OPPOSITE BURDETTES MILL If Its From Joplins Its Good A full line of FURNITURE always on hand Wo invite our Bonn friends to make themselves at homo at JOPLINS when in Richmond CARPETS mill MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY il Night 4i366 JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky 1 I THE CITIZEN HOW TO KEEP WARM nine of Nwr us n lrotClIon Alfnlllt Cold Few people know tint by the use newspapers they can keep warm In cold weather when without It they would suffer says a writer In the Washington Post Several shoots of pa per pinned to the Inside of n mans or boys vest before putting It on nnd other part of several thicknesses worn ttinderthe vest when going out Into the cold will take the place of an overcoat to the poor man who has none and will furnish ns much warmth Many poor families have not bed clothing enough In winter to protect then from cold during extremely eoh- nights Such families can make them selves perfectly comfortable by spread lug three or four newspapers between the scant bedclothlng they have They will bo agreeably surprised to find that the papers are equal to the heaviest blanket In excluding the cold If poo pie generally understood the merits of this simple remedy and practiced It there would be less sickness and fewer cases of consumption Men and women frequently stand for hours about tin ninrkct at the depots or other places exposed to severe cold or drafts of air nnd before they are aware of It hase contracted n cold which terminates In consumption and death Newspapers tinder the vest or wrap when thus exposed will nearly always prevent taking cold The newspaper Is a nonconductor of heat nnd when placed over the stomach preserves till supply of what has been called the res ervoirs of hurt In the body It woul- dreea probable that these suggestions were already known by almost every well Informed person in the country but In fact very few have ever tried It r The public schools of the country should teach the children these utiu kindred rules for their comfort ant i health for by their use great suffering would be avoided how to Whiten the Neck- To whiten the necknnd remove the brown hand made by wearing the velvet ribbon try this Take n wine glassful of lemon juice and one of eau de cologne scrape Into this two cakes of the best brown soap Stir over a slow lire till the soap Is melted Then pour It Into n mold to harden Wash the neck with this and the mark will soon disappear How lo Serve CItCheese may be made Into soufllcs ramekins omelets etc nnd served before the dessert or with crackers wa fer biscuits or celery with n salad be fore n hot dessert or after the dessert Cheese lingers and cheese straws are served with the salad A Stilton or- t Chester cheese Is cut In half nnd one part wrapped In a napkin nnd served Hoquefort and Gorgonzola are cut In large slices from the cheese and served In a folded napkin The American dairy cheese Is cut In small cubes of equal size while the soft cheeses UrIc Neufchatel etcnre unwrapped from the tinfoil and scraped before serving Place on lace paper Pass fresh butter wafer biscuit or the cel icrywith the cheese How to Clean Plated Article Electro plated spoons etc will soon become tarnished when not In constant use Clean them with a piece of flannel dipped In vinegar and then In plate powder rub well and afterward polish with a leather when all marks will be removed Egg and salt spoons may be treated successfully In this way lion to Cure Joe Sliver toy laud of silver In dally use may- bet cleaned by Immersion In strong bo rax nnd water for two or three hours The water should be boiling when the borax null silver are put In After the powIornaments In the drawing room nre not kept In n case they soon tarnish I They can he brightened by dipping the articles In a strong solution of ammo ala and hot water Sliver should never be rubbed with flannel or cotton clotht The plate not In general use should be 11wrapped carefully In tissue paper to exclude light and ale as these are the Uvo factors that cause sliver to become t ftarnlsltll Lihowto Trent Iersplrlnic Hand your hands perspire too freely add a few drops of tincture of myrrh to the I water In which you rinse them after washing Then dry thoroughly and dust with boraclc powder or oatmeal IIItIs an excellent plan to keep a box of on ones washstand and make tl It n regular habit to dust a little over the hands every time after washing Then rub well with a dry towel How to Clean Chatelaine A weal point In the much worn steel Jembrolderell chatelaine bags Is that tarnished by dampness or salt airmbrightness cannot be restored HIonce for the Improvement of tar steel work is to use burned Burn some alum anti pound It line and sift through coarse muslin ap ply dry with u soft brush Powdered i burned alum can be bought at a drugt store Emery powder well rubbed onjwill often remove small spots of tarnish t 1onsteel Either application needs thoroE In using How to Stop Illiiicen Crenklnic Creaking can be quickly cured byadropping u little oil on the hinges or u little lilt of vaseline docs equally well remedyiordinary brush can generally be Inil with n liluck lead pencili How to Inks Cork Fit If n cork should he too large for the neck of a bottle drop It Into boiling water for three minutes and It will beI found to tit quite easilyo k 1 rra HIS TROUBLES lie took a bottle up to bed Drunk whisky hot each night ofDrank cocktails In the morning never could Ret tight He shivered In the evening And always had the blues Until he took n bowl or two Uut he never blamed the booze His joints were full of rheumatlz slacka shoulders And chills run down his back He suffered with Insomnia At night he couldnt snooze He said It was the climate Hut he never blamed the booze Lila constitution was run down At least thats what he salt morningdHe tacklrvlbecr wine whisky And If they didnt fuse lie blamed It to dyspepsia Nut he never blamed the booze He said he couldnt sleep at nights 1And he always had bad dreams u he always laid awake Till early sunrise beams lie thought It was malaria Alas twas but a ruse He blamed It on to everything But he never blamed the booze line liver needed scraping And his kidneys had the gout He swallowed lots of bitters Till at last he cleaned them out Ills legs were swelled with dropsy Till he had to cut his shoes He blamed It to the doctors Hut he never blamed the booze Then he had the tremens And he tackled rats and snakes First he had the fever And wren he had the strokes At last he hall a funeral And the mourners had the slues 1And the epitaph they carved for him was He Never Blamed the noose Saxbys Magazine WHY WOMEN DRINK ofICauses and Cure Sir Thomas llarlow one of King Ed wards physicians addressed a crowd ed audience of ladles recently In Lou don on the present day dangers of In temperance among women and the best methods of meeting them Lack of occupation worry bodily weakness mid the nagging pains which women have to suffer he mentioned as some of time causes Cases of heredity were rare The encouragement of ex ample In youth was more often a cause Drink might become a disease but It started ns nn Indulgence Drugs shampooing galvanic treat ment were all described as of little use as cures Hest mind the removal of the cause were the only real remedies Even doctors mind nurses were foolish enough to say Why deprive them of the thing which gives them comfort It was necessary to stop that damnable thing It could be done provided there were no friends who were such criminal lunatics as to smuggle In al cohol Let them have teetotal doctors and nurses Pessimists said that women could never be reclaimed That was all rubbish There was great danger of re lapse but the conditions were responsible Dr Itarlow having dealt with the medical aspect the bishop of London said ho had had case utter case of char after and life spoiled among the rich by alcohol nnd morphia Turning to the east end which he knows so wellI the bishop said that out of 1000 wom en In an vast end workhouse today 500 were there from alcohol Ninety per colt of women with children a workhouse infirmary were there through alcohol lIe read a letter from a lady working In the east end who begged plum to mention the spirit clubs held In factories nmong the girls Among the causes of drunkenness Dr Ingram placed worry poverty and the sty which makes the pig Therefore drink was bound up with the housing question and with seeing that proper wages were paid WISDOM FROM CANADA Some Good Advice lir an Editor Across the Murder The value of prohibition when re duced to Its lowest terms Is what Is the question answered effectively says the New Voice by the Montreal Dally Witness Independent It notes the support of prohibition on the part of men who are themselves not total ab stainers nnd then says with particular reference to the Ontario campaign These people know well that for one who would become a drunkard If to do sot was necessary to make a practice of Kurreptltlous drinking there are fifty who do so under the publicly sanctioned attractions of the social glass at the barILet It be granted that the would still find liquor Let It be granted that secret liquor dives would be known to the Initiated and that nasty people would secretly peddle to nasty people bad whisky concealed about the person say In belts and corsets Let It be granted that the recognized traveler would still get his wink as to what cellar door to goI through Are we to suppose that men with human dignity would bemean them selves to such outlawed and degraded methods with the determined purpose of acquiring hrblts thus proclaimed by theI common sense of most to be perilous to life and happiness and to the public good 1 As a matter of fact they do not In countries where prohibition Is enforced there are no doubt always some who have become so enslaved that they will satisfy craving by any process there lirecto be mischievous boys who will oy the adventure of an Illicit picnic beIhind the barn once In a lifetime there always men who like to drink just be cause the low condemns It but thousands on thousands of tempted men by the absence of the tavern escape temptation and hundreds of thousands of boys IrowJnever having seen liquor or a The number who become drunkards after having reached years of discretion without learning to drink Is naturally small They have learned that drink Ilunnecessary to their happiness and being they have learned to appraise the mischief It Is capable of doing and they under no temptation at all to begin ts use It Is sliver nonsense to suppose and as n matter of experience It U not true that drinking Is the Slime curse where the sale Is effectively forbidden oa where the tavern Is a public and Institution Every employer everyI mother every magistrate knows therwise- RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gems Otranril Irom the leaching of All Uiiiiiiiilnulloiii The only hope to be saved from ever lasting Buffering Is to accept time of fered morcy of God In this life mind re pent of all BlnIlev Dr Holtlerby Presbyterian Atlanta On- ClirUt Itrltcvrll Illirilcim There Is not a pilllnc of the yoke or a pressure of the burden huh can be relieved by a consistent application of the teaching of Christ llev P B Hopklim CoiiKriKiitloimllxt Chicago Follittv Wlirrt Olirl t Lends If we go astray It shall not be for lack of n bath but for not following where Christ lends Ve are simply to- go forward to Chrlstllkenesa Itev Mr Helms Methodist Worcester Muss Nearness tit Hail nisi SI nil Of nil creeds thnt have beet founded since the beginning of the world the Christian religion Is the only one that overcomes the sense of distance be tween Hod nut u11umItv Dr Brady Episcopalian rhlladolphln- Ilmlnlilf ClirUllnnll A Christianity which Is not rooted Is always unstable a Christian love that hits not penetrated Into the depths Is not a love of a pennanentor enduring character It Is more like a bubble Rev Dr MucLaurlii Reformed Koch ester N Y Supplied I I inout Need Christ supplies our utmost spiritual need In slut alone there is satisfaction In him we have the Inheritance Incor ruptible undefiled and that fadcth not away If Christ be ours It our faith be rooted and grounded In him things are ours and we are Christs Itcv S G Nell Baptist Philadelphia MlnlMrrlnic Uuto ether If a man would believe In his fellowmen If he would believe hi satiety and the possibilities of huiiuiu nature If he would believe In God he must ap preach his duties III the spirit of the Master when he said I conic not to be ministered unto but to minister Rev Dr George L IVrlu Uulvenutllst Boston llelnir ItlKlit Wllh God If right with God there Is comfort In the thought of a final reckoning of all accounts when and where all wrongs shall be righted If right with God you cannot be wrong with any thing or anybody It not right In rein tion to God you are out of relation to everything and to everybodyilev N II Lee Methodist Denver 1tIIIIIlIlty Fur Tliiiuiihli A man U as resi onslble for his thoughts as his actions In fact a mans actions lire but his embodied thought Wrong doing feeds on wrong thinking Coarse thinking Is the near est of kin to coarse actions Right thinking about Christ brings right thinking about every relationship of IlfeUcv Dr Ilarlan Itrookly- uHlKlitrouiiiro 1njn There la no greater folly conceivable than that of Imagining that unright eousness pays more than righteous ness The history of the world Is against It Benson Is against It It Is the righteousness of the world that makes unrighteousness of seeming advantage Hev Dr Raymond IrelllI dent Union College Schenectady N Y Active and Devoted Christ was an example of religious devotion We find him going to the temple He was also an example of religious activity We timid him doing good Sonic people are devoted Chris tlaiiB but they are not active Others are active but not devoted Christ was both active and devoted Rev Dr Meeley Methodist lirooklyn Test of Hxperlrnri The only way to test the power of Christ to forgive sins or the efficacy of prayer Is to comply with the conditions which God has laid down and put them to the test of experience Whether faith In Christ can give strength In trial fupart patience In suffering till the soul with i cace can only be settled by each one for himself Hev Dr Me Cullugh Presbyterian Worcester Muss Unlit on Solid ruinidmlon If the kingdom of Jesus Christ had been built on physical facts and wealth It would puss away but It has uVolid foundation and will rOW and Is grow- Ing We are not blind to the sin about us we are not blind to the awful sins whose doors arcopen to destroy till who enter we are not blind to the sins which are fighting for the vantage oftJesusright Is coming to the front things are becoming better Hev E E Wil son Methodist Akron O Dremn of ItlKhteuainei There Is the dream of righteousness This Is the dream of moral Kentliueut pursuing It man becomes a Chris tian So long as this hunger for some thing better further on Is a passion and the days are full of zest and fresh feeling so long innnhood Is safe and the life waxes In strength but when these Ideals are dimmed who their outlines lose clearness then peril draws near Oftentimes this deterioration Is unconscious The soul lives by time divine manna that falls from heaven Dr N D IIIllls Congregational 1st Brooklyn Favors and ObllKatlons There are no favors In Gods world but Involve also greater obligations Each privilege we enjoy means antier duty Every power we obtain Imposes upon us some new responsibility Is no such thing as equality In ife Nature did not fashion all flow eta and trees alike Its beauty consists In Its variety of form and color In Its contrasts of high anti low of strong and feeble Neither are all men mold ed alike physically or Intellectually otherwise human existence would be nmbIUOD1Re s THE HOMEI A WORD TO THE BOYS Last week boys 1 wrote for tho girls but this wook tho Homo col umn is just for you for I boliovo tho mou folks hat0 quito ns much to do with the homo us tho women have Whnt do you hoya think of n fellow who doesnt tttftiid by his friends or who would Ire into n crowd without stopping to see whether they wero friends or enemies Pretty menu sort isnt hot But Im afraid that is just whnt each 0110 of you hint done many times over ntul thnt you hove hurt or killed n number of your best friends Iriends who hero working faithfully to help you nnd never ask ing a cent for it Dont be angry lilt I should charge you with so moan n timing but let mo prove lo you that it is true You are all farmers boys lUll depend for your living on tho success of your crops Wouldnt you call any ono who help ed you with your crops a friend espe chilly if ho saved it from u threaten fag enemy Whnt mire tho worst onetnies n fans or hUH t Not lire nor Hood nor n hnd season but weeds nnd insects with out doubt Now the next time you see n bird dont pick up ji stone first thing Ho tuny bo ono of your best friends who is saving you lots of hard work with tho hoe next summer by sitting up tho weed seeds this winter And when tho birds come back from their winter homes dont bo too sus picious of tLeni oven though you may find then in tho garden or cornfield or flying among tho fruit trees They may be uftersome insects which would bo after your crops if your friends time birds did not eat them for breakfast At any rate dont throw a stone until you are sure whether they are robbers or friends Our generous old Uncle Sam who is always such n good friend to the farmer thinks this knowing our bird friends n matter of such importance that for several years he tins had men nt work examining time stomachs of thousands of births to seo whnt they really do ent Any boy may know what these scientists have found out by addressing a letter to the U S Department Agriculture Washing ton D C nnd asking for Bulletin No El tome common Birds in their Relation to Agriculture It will bo sent free anti contains many pictures While you are writing you might also ask for Bulletin No MI Poultry Raising on tho Farm Your mother will like thnt For your father get Bulletin No 130 Earth Roads for your big brother Bulletin No 101 Farmers Heading Courses for your sister Bulletin No 151 The Homo Fruit Garden You can have n little agricultural college of your own this winter rout tnclo Sam will furnish CII1I1stlld DR HOBSON Dentist Special Discount to Students Richmond Kentucky Reduced to FI FTYICENTS A New Idea- Womans riF iMagazine the cheapest and best aforeMIiUneryIn Readingbeautifully In black and white Above all it shows the very fashionable New STYLES made from New PATITERNS which cost only lOe Send Five Cents Todaysforiilnela copy of the New WOMANS and see what grist value for the money can tutee you THE NEW IDEA PUBLIIHIHO Ill Bradway New Tack X T 1ar THE SCHOOL WHAT BECAME OF DICKY Helen hnd n rod squirrel which win BO tuinu that ho wIts allowed to rut about as ho pleased Thnt squirrel will got to bo n mil flnnco said lichens father ono day lie was bitiiitf oil lettuce ant radishes thif morning Vo live no sour tho woods repli ed her mother thin I expect every day ho willjoin hto brothers there That afternoon Holiui was Hitting on the stops with Dicky when n strange boy cnmo along Ho stopped and lookod at tho squirrel which was lx rched on UelonBHhonldor eating n bit of cuke Why dont you keep thnt squirrel in n cngnVnaked tho hay I havent any replied Helen I hove ItII n nquirrol cngo t with a wheel to it ThatH nice said Helen Whnt kind of n squirrel hnro you I I havent any at all yet said tho boy looking hard at Dicky lint Im going to get ono Wont you five mite yourti its you Imvont sully place to keep it f Why no indeoil oxclnimd 1101 en putting Dicky ill her pocket with nlllHlihlo Speed Hed jiint liko thnt wheel por mmdcd tho boy coining nearer as Dicky poked hm Mmrp little nose trout elms pocket Hod much rather run ns ho does now said Helen detidedly Willinill tho hoyuiC I should find n squirrel runniug around loose anywhere should catch him and put him III my cage I could not lull whether it WIIH your Fquirrol or not They all look jutt alike Then ho went off whistling Ho never nhnll catch you Dioky cried union hugging her Put YOIII tnuatnt go out of thin yard ngjiln everBut tho little Mjuirrel vas no lively it was iinpoHsiblo to know where ho was the timo Ono day Mr Peters who lived across thin strut calliHl to Helen Whntll you take for tho Mtiirrol of yours ho asked dont want to sell himII know whoro you can got n guar tor for him I dont want to sell him Ill give you fHtctlIll urged Mr 1eferH I dont want to sell him Now see hero folks doni tiltI their hnlfripo pcnchwi picked off nmlI their bunches of grapen pulled to pieces They wont stand it either Youd butler soil him to mo Helfin shook her head mindran homo Sho hardly allowed Dicky to leave tho house thnt day mind took him to bed with her at night Sho waked often and felt hit fur near her but in the ulorniagLLCI6 WELCH r in 1rtmarj Education 3rCoSiriETK THIS STOnV IN FROM 100 TO 2X wounsANi SESIITO Tin CIT IZEN THE neST COMPLETION WILL rillNTEI NEXT MONTH THE FARMfI THE POSSIBILITIES OF A PRIIVATE DAIRYIIf n mall goes Into time private dairy business with tho intention of mRkhlJCI n success of it ho should first see that hit rams has the improvements neces spry to carry on tho business If ho hRH nofiuitnbleHtnbloshushould build the nocessnry shelter the stables shoud wnrm and dry in tho win t tor mind chould bo vontilntod 110Ishould hare wells of pure water tumid ninplo horns for storing lillY grain to finny dnirymon find lint tho silo will materially add to the profits of their business for the succulent rood during tho winter greatly in renNet the How of milk In the pri veto dairy tho vnlue of the hand orator can hardly bo over IlPIUnder the old system of netting nbout 20ior cent of tho butterfat wits lost hilt under tho new system of separat 11 ing only nlviit one toatli of percent of butterfat is left in time skim mill Thus we see thom is n greet difference between time two wnys of gutting thin crenm nod it hat proved that calves thrive skim milk Instances nro btellIwhero calves lave lx ni fed on milk amid no grain amid have tnnrknble grins The success of n imui in the dairy hiiNinwn depends largely upon limn dairy Lord When we stop to oonllirlJer that the average Kansas vow pro duces less limn ninety pounds of limit ter per year we do not wonder tint so tunny furmers fail to ten whore time profits of dairying nn This condition of nffrtirs is doubtless cntited by the lack of dairy knowledge on the part of till fnrmer To prove this I will use the Kansas State Agricultur al college scrub herd nn example This herd Is composed of nvemgo cows hut under exxrii ncfd mUll this herd averages over 210 pounds of butter in ono year thus we hw what good care and mnnngemetit will do for the average cow In tho average herd there nre proh t ably some cows that do not probes enough butter to pay for their COOIIIamt those cows reduce tho nverngo i yield of till herd very much For ox t ample in the agriculturallcolllgo herd if the 25IItr cent of unprofitable cows wero eliminated time average yieldof butter would increnvo from U70 to 02 pounds tar year GEl W LOOMIS ITo be contumnl u f j Owing to close confinement in business suffered froth n bad touch of indigestion much 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In thu nynuKOKUiH mid In till luiirkK he lad opportunity So they brought him to MIITH hill the ArcopuuiiH and iiHktd him to tell them of thin new doc trine hence lliU III 11111 rill In which he clkiik of their great rilluioUHWM and takes sot his topic the liiNcrlptlon on the nltnr to the unknown God U I lod I made lira world and all thrrtln Klv lli to nil We anti und nit thing 11Ihlll ttikeH them to the tint verse In lllhle they being prolmhly wholly of the Scriptures told telln them of one who wade sun moon mud 1 111111Lnut he propltluted nor any glfta from man mvliig that He IIhll lIt glvtH to all crtfiturvtt all Unit they or need In Out of the oldest rtlona the lllhle we rend that In IIlH loutotI the M nl of every living tiling nod breath of ull nmnklnd Job xll KH yet there are many who tilt Itlhle who do not Merrill to helleve this and tact If God niiiilr ii ujiiiethliig from them before lie would do nnythlni for them They do not know Him nit the one who Klveth to till who pive IIIM only begotten Son JCJS And hurls made of one Mood all na ions of idea for In Him vrc live und muse and have our being The great Creator and tnutnlncr of nil thing wnntN to know Him anti reveal Hlmoelf tiulllelently In nature to mukii Moplt wnnt to know Him Ither Itom 10 H and where Hople lire living up to the light they have nut earnestly illHiring more tin In the cage of iormlliiH and the iucen of ICthloplaM treiiKiirer Soil will take mean to enlighten them Ills hear lien to us HtrlkliiKly dencrllxil In Itom x 010 lint there It npeak of thane who have ltltt word nut In verses II 15 niUea the ueHtlon of how can those who haw not HIM word hear It colors some our take It to them 29 For an much then ni wr ire the ort hidthatlJoOlitml le like unto gold or enter or stone graven ox art und mans device Since oil created us lien cnn the 1thhtgs which we make be our gals of womhlpliiK Idol Iii fully nnd Hlmply wt forth In IMI xl ISJiJ und elsewhere In the prophet Hut what ithall t e wild of the church of to tiny which to put such triml In Idol lit unto cud natal rather than In the living Gal In not the cry heart If we had the man or till men or If we lint the money how touch we might doh Whereas the Spirit of Gal says flier In none that cnlleth UH II Thy name stint Htlrreth up himself to take hold of Thee The sliver In Mine and the Kohl Is Mine Hiilth the Lord of hosts Inn lslv7 plug II iii If the church would runt In and Riot In men nor mnnH wlmloiu nor mans works He might have opportunity to fulfill to her 11 fhruii xvl ti Mul III 10 It nut taw commundeth all men rv erywher ta repent bmiuw lie Imth up loOlnl1 u day In which lie will judge the world In rlnlitcouinn by that man whom hr hath ordained Gal Is long HiifferluK not willing that uny should pcrUli therefore for the time panging over much that dcserveM punishment although the shiner be cuuKo of the hardness of his heart und his imtural realty to Gal takes advantage of thj mercy only to do woruo II Iet III Keel vlll Iq The book just quoted from says Gal shall brlnj every work Into judgnTent with every secret thing whether It Ill KOOI or whether It hut evil Keel xII H nut thlH U nhundnntly conllrmed In the New Testament Our Lord often oke of the judgment to come Mutt vII 22 23 xl 221 xll ao xxv ni 41 40 und also said that the Father judKcth no iimn but hath committed nil Judg welt unto the Son John r i2 I do not find In Scripture that which some peak of ns a general judgment and n Keueral rcHiirrcctlim of all good und hud tit the sane time hut I do timid that the lend In Christ shall rise first u thousand years before that nnrlklit eouK and that our Lori calls the flint the resurrection of till Just I Thesn Iv 10 Itev xx B Is fi Luke xlv 14 The judgment of nil believers tor their BliiH past on Calvary John r luau xllll 25 Their JudKinent for service will he nt the judgment seat of Christ nt the first resurrection 1234 When they heard of the resurrec Ion of the dead some mocked and others said We will hear thee attain of this iIIIl1l1erThey had their gods nod heroes lint t great lenders but that one had risen J from the dead was fully In the sight of their wisdom simply an Impossibility they turned away having heard enough of such nonsense and Paul having borne faithful testimony turned away from then Rut his testimony was not In rain for some believed both men nnd women and that Is all I t we cue expect la this age of gathering out the church There Is comfort In John vl 3All that tho luther glvcth Me shall come to Mo etc r GHICKAMAIIGA By Captain F A MITOHEL Copyright by American Pros Associa tionJ- CIiAPTER XVIIH- ATIQANH MISSION Tho oxtremo loft of thu Army of tho Cumberland from which Corporal Rut Igan started to j0 tliroiifli tho HIUH woes hold only by cavalry fund mounted Infantry nnd theso widely separated There was no regular picket linn such an usually exists between nrmlcs con fronting each other whero thu diflcrent branches of the porvlco nro reprwunte in 0110 continuous line Conse picntly tie corporal hud n fur bettor chanco to Hot through than under ordinary clr cuniHtanceg 1awiliiK over tho Pen floe ridge ho descended the other sldo sloping to n small Btrenm canal Pen Thai creek It way oaxcntial that ho slip through be twecn tho Union vedettes nimoon for if observed ho would bo taken for n do crier aid either shot or sent In to tho headquarters of his regiment Tho vu dettes wore principally on tho roads and tho corporal believing thnt they would looking for ummuiuiy on routes over which cavalry could best advance holected ono least advantageous for a horse to follow Wherever ho could hid n thick clump of trees or low growth n knoll u ravine indeed ahiy thing dllllcult for n horse to pass he would go over or through it Now ho would stop to listen for KOIIIO sound such nil a horse is liable to make would steal on hits hands amid BIIIIIIOI crawl on his tally over whore if ho should stand upright his hotly would inako 1i silhouette against the sky On crowing n bit of hovel ground ho suddenly hoard a horses splutter Ho was near n clump of hushes in which ho lust no tlmo III con cealing himself A cavalryman rode by within CO feet of him walking his hordo slowly till butt of his curbino rt ting on his right leg nut in u pros tins to bo lined readily Ho was patrol ling a Uat Hatlgan waited till ho haul gono pmt then darteil onward to trees which from their irregular blue ho judged grew liesido tho creek Ho was not disappointed nut was stall standing in shallow water resting for n few minutes under a low tank Once punt tho creek ho felt that ono half his danger was ended Ho had doubtlitss jot Mtyond tho range of his own comrades nml now COMIC n great longer of inciting tho Confederate pickets leaving tho creek ho ascended a slight omlneueo mud monde u survey of tho surrounding country AH was ni hint oxcept that ho could linear an xcv dionul sound like n distant burst of laughter or n shout from tin direction of lllngold in his front Presently ho heard tlio nnmistakablo rumblo of n train coming from tho south It will laus right down there behind that clump of tretsand go through tho cut said tho corporal Oi wonder wouldnt it bo a gocxl plat to take ad vantage of its noiso when It passes to slip through tho outposts Theyll In thinkin of thu train nut Oi can follow in Its wake Ho advanced cautiously to tho trey beside tho track aid walled for tho train Presently tho headlight of a loco motive shot out from around n curve Tho corporal had forgotten that its light would tuvcaF him to thu engineer IIo crouched down out of sight with n high heating lumrt and nono too soon for had ho stall whero ho was tho light would hMo phono directly on him He walled whllo tho engine pulTed slowly by It was drawing n long train of mix ed passenger cattlo and platform cars ovcry car crowded with troops Theyro preparln to give us a brush in earnest Like enough those aro roen forcciiicntii muttereil thu corporal Malian dotitrminoil to follow tho rail road north to Uingold which ho judged to bo only tulle distant Tho train loaded with Confederate troops having just passed tho guards ho might meet would probably not bo very suspicious of an cmwiiy lie walks on tho track for n short distance expecting n chal lenge with every slap lie received ono suddenly just before entering n wood A man on horseback aimed n carbine at him and gave tho customary Who con Ies tlmr- llatigan nt once throw up his hands which his challenger could distinctly see and crimp out I want yo to tako mo to Colonel Pitz Hugh What do you want with him Do yo know him lie commands n regiment In our bri gable Seeing that tho corporal hold his hands above his head tho man permit ted him to draw near Once hen Itntlgan informed him of tho naturo of his nuts sion tagged him for Colonel Fitz Hughs Rnko to rend him to lllngold nt once The vcdutto was convinceil from Hatignns earnestness that ho lore n messago of importance aid calling his comrades ordered ono of thorn to ills mount Thou taking tho precaution to blindfold tho stranger ho mounted him and placing n horseman on either side of him sout tho thrco clattering toward HIngold It was not n long distance to tho town but all dtstancas all period of waiting soemod long to the corporal Was not tho terrible event to tako place nt sunrise And now it must bo near midnight What is the time ho asked of his minutes to II Lets go faster Colonel Fitz Hugh would bo ns anxious for mo to gut on ns Oi nm moHulf If ho know mo errand All right Lets light out Veto And ilatlgau felt thu motion of a gallop in tho mono ho rodo And now cause n Halt from a guard amt an answer followed by Advance and give the countersign Oue of the urea goes for I curd for tho purpose Then tho party goes on again but what they pass or where they aro going Itatlgnn knows nothing about IIo only knows that they nro moving nut that they are not moving fast enough to suit him Pres ently they stop tho corporal can hear ono of tho men dismount Thnro is n stroke of n clock evidently from u church spire IIo counted Ono two three and on to eleven Dismount IIo lost no time in throwing himself from his horse nnd was led forward The air became warmer lie must ta ill nn inclosuru The bandage was taken from his eyes lie was standing in n tent lighted by n candle fixed to the mid of n stake driven into tho ground rhino was but ono other person present n Confederate ofllcer lIe was a tall slnndur young man with long black hair n nmstnchq aid goatee mid an eye honest respect intuiting and with all tho gentleness of II womnnH Art yo Colonel Fitz Hugh asked time corporal making a salute us if in presence of nn ofllcur of his own side I nm- Ot have n message front yer sister II Colonel Fitz Hugh turned ashy palo No ono could come to him from her without striking terror tutu him fur ho knew tho work in which she was cugag Arc ye Colonel Fits Hughr1 wL For monthii ho had lived in dread of her capture If thou messenger head been n citizen or n Confeilerato soldier it might not speak so clearly of danger but coming from n iankeo trooper quick Knsouing told him that sho hall doubtless net with disaster Indeedwas all hits reply to tho corporals announcement Oim sorry to inform ye sir said tho corporal voice which ho vainly endeavored to keep steady that Miss Fitz Hugh passln under tho nnmo of ERr abeth Haggs Fitz Hugh put his hand on Hatigans arm nnd stopped him whllo ho gathered his faculties to bear what ho knew was coning Wns pursued by n contomptiblo cur of n Yankee who deserves to ta hanged for chasin n woman Yes yet Goon Wns captured nnd 0 Gall Condemned to bo shot for n spy to morrow mornin at sunrise Fitz Hugh sank back on n camp cot and covered hula face with his hauls For n few moments till corporal re spected ids grief by silence but time way precious nnd ho soon continued Thill kill ye might exerciso some influence to Rave her Oivo cone to III form ye of the illfitressin fact The last two words wore spoken III a broken voice Uy whoso authority Fitz Hugh ratio and stood before tho corporal lie had nerved himself for whatever was to follow Colonel Mark Mnynnrd command ing time th cavalry brigade Do you menu to tell me said lIz Hugh with singular Impressive slow ness that my sister is at the mercy of Mark Maynard lie is charged with her execution Colonel ltz Hugh shuddered That man is muyNuuucsislecried in a oleo filled with n kind of despair Tis ho that sent to ye Ho Tho same II Does ho wish to save my sister Ho does Why thou does ho not do so lie can only save her by his own disgrace Yer sister will not accept the lacrltlceII A true Fitz Hugh said tho brother proudly Then Miss Fitz Hugh suggested that ho might cend mo to inform yo of tho situation that yo might hey opportu city to nso any influence yo would con alder wise anti honorable to secure a ro prieveFitz II Hugh thought earnestly with his head bowel his oyes fixed on n spot on tho ground There ii nothing that I can do ho said nt last Threatened retaliation is tho only recourse fwd that could not ta effected under thin circumstances with out implicating Colonel Maynard Thou yo see no way open1 naked tho corporal despondently It is impossible for ino to act intel ligently alone If I could see Colonel Maynard perhaps together we might hit upon n plan Would yo moot him between tho Hues Thero in not sufficient time Theres live or six hours Fitz Hugh stool pondering for a few moments without reply Then suddenly starting up ho said Go toll Colonel Maynard that I will moot him ns you suggest Let the point of remloyvous boIet mo see whore do you consider a feasible point You hnvo just come through 01 would name tho bank of tho creek at a point duo west of this How long a limo will ta required before the meeting can take place It is now n little after 11 It may ta nn hour it may bo lon ger If ye will ta there colonel at 13 oclock well meet ye as soon after na possible II v h You will find mo there nt 12 It would bo well colonel to con cert a signal by which each should know tho one II Oill doubtless ta with Colonol May mart Oill cry Olrelaud amid ye cat respond To time rescue Colonel Fitz Hugh called to those waiting outside who had brought in Corporal Hatigan and directed them to blindfold him and take him to tho Federal linui nnd if i ossiblo insure his getting through without Injury They were to report tho result to him in any event llatigan knew nothing but tho gallop of tho horse on which ho sat with a handkerchief about his eyes until the party conducting him drew rein nnd ho WWi directed to dismount Then ho was asked if ho would ho escorted to n Union vedette known to ta on n road leading around the north end of tho ridge or whether he would go alone 0111 go tibiae ho said Ito go with me theyll think it n midnight at tackStarting forward tho corporal trudg ed over a short distance between him and the vedette As he drew near ho began to slug n few lines from n play popular nt thu tine ThlinH lioyn What inakiM n net Is the Uyol urtllliTie Who conies there cried the vo dctte cockingjiis piece as Hatigan cave in sight Friend with tho countersign to be sure Who dyo suppose Advance friend and give tho come tersign called the man lie was n good deal puzzled at hearing thu Irish brogue coming frpui that direction but it reas cured him lie did not have much fear of an enemy unless it woro a trap to gut him at n disadvantage Ratlgan throw near and whispered Carnifax Ferry What are you doing out there queried tho man Look In out for trains bringin in troops One came in half an hour ago loadedYou dont moan itl Guess theyre getting in reenforcements believe yo mo toy llatigan walked on toward tho camp till ho got out of sight of till vedette Then ho ran till ho dropped breathless iu Colonel Maynnrds tent CHAPTER XVIII- A KTItANCIK JirETIN- Ollatigan was so exhausted as to bo only able to give Maynard n few de ache sentences conveying some idea as to what hu hind accomplished Then was little that it way essential should ta told except that Colonel Fitz Hugh would meet him between the lines as soon ns ho could get there Casting u glance at his watch Maynard noticed that it was 20 minutes to 12 Thu dis taiico to the point of rendezvous ns near ns they could estimate it was two miles Every minute was precious It would ta midnight before they could meet and then they would only have about six hours in which to take measures to so cure n reprieve They could only do so by communicating with general head quarters somo 1C miles away In any event tho case was desperate However Mayuard had been used hi his scouting days to sudden transitions and had him self escaped from prison on tho very night before his intended execution Calling his striker ho bade him saddle Madge who ho know could carry him over the ground at no laggard pace and ordering a mount for tho corporal at tho cause time tho two waited impatiently till both animals were led up before tho tout Mounting they began to climb tho Pea Vino ridge Hatigan who had been over tho ground led tho way They reached tho top of the ridge nnd tho corporal pointed out tho position on tho creek due west of Riugold whero they were to meet Colonel Fitz Hugh Do scending the slope they came upon a Union vedetto nud wcrocbnlleugod with the usual words Who conies there Tho colonel commanding with an orderly inspecting vedettes They were advanced gave the count ensign and passed ou Taking a route between two roads and meeting uomoro guards they cautiously approached tho place of rendezvous On reaching tho bank of the creek they descended it the corporal riding almond und peering through tho darkness to discover what they were looking for Presently the dark figure of a horsemanI emerged from a clump of opposite bank null rate forward toward the creek llatigan saw him atilt believ ing him to ta some ouo in attendance upon Colonol Fitz Hugh called Oirolaud To tho rescue called the man in a pow voice and rodo up to tho margin of tho creek Tho two men arranged that Colonel Fitz Hugh and Colonel Mayuard should advance to tho respective places they themselves occupied as soon as they had withdrawn Then wheeling each rode back to his principal and in a few mo ments moro time Union and Confederate officers faced each other from opposite banks r lliiJ creek Tho distance between thom at this point was but a few yards nod tho night was not so dark but that they could plainly see each oth er Tho equestrian figures stood silent bade waiting for tho other to speak Tho only sound came from tho gurgling of tho stream which flowed between them You aro Colonel Fitz Hugh I bo Hove said Mayuard- Inm I recognize Colonel Mayuards voice I hcard yours last on a certain oven ing n your ngolln evening memorable to both of us Then you gave me my life and by doing so placed yourself iu a position to bo shot for a traitor to your cause Not for your sake colonel for the sake of another It matters not for whoso sake tho net remains Once before you spared r l too when you found mo under a roof which covered Then I respected tho laws of hospi tality sacred in tho south Let us not dwell on thou matters colonel Let us proceed with that upon which wo have mot for consultation You aro right Time presses Your sister stands convicted of tho same of fenso as mine at tho timo of which wo have been speaking and sentenced to the at sunrise Wo meet to concert a method to save her- At II my request nut any proposition must como from you Colonel Maynard I nm unfamiliar with tho feeling on tho part of those in power in the Federal army as to executing a sentence of death IIupon n woman Circumstances which I cannot ex plain for they pertain to the situation in which tiles two armies are placed render tho feeling against your sister very severe You have suggested my exerting in fluence from our side It way your sister who suggested it I have little faith in itII What did you propose That which your sister would not accept And that was Maynard whispered iu a strange sav ago torso To use my authority as command ing the brigade charged with her keep lug to place her within your lines And now I listen for somo suggestion from you- I can think of none except with your permission to enter a protest over tho signature of our commanding offi curs of highest rank It would avail nothing Then there is nothing to save her from this sacrifice which though she has always tacit prepared for it and doubtless will now meet it like the re markable woman she is with becoming fortitude is still hard for those of us who love and respect her to bear Wo will revere her memory as a martyr During this dialogue each man sat on his horso without any movement and spoko in measured formal automatic tones Maynards words wero quicker than Fitz Hughs who hold to the slow er fashion of speaking common in tho south After the last sentence spoken by Fitz Hugh there was n long silence They had met for n purpose Their meet ing was a failure It seemed to both that they could hear their watches ticking away the seconds that lay between Caroline Fitz Hugh and death Neither know tho agony suffered by the other unless bo judged that other by himself Neither hind tho heart to terminate tho interview though both know that it wns fruitless A night bird set up a dismal cry It seemed a deathknell Then Maynard broko tho silence Colonel ho said in aset voico re main hero or moot mo hero at any time after an hour It may ta tho small hours of tho morning It will be if at all bo foro sunrise What do you propose to do What I proposo to do neither you nor your sister shall know till it has been accomplished I will remain here or near by and nt oclock you will find mo where I now am Adieu cried Mayuard as ho turn- sed horses hud and galloped away Adieu replied Fitz Hugh in time stately tone to which ho was accustom ed amid raised his lint as politely as if ho wero saluting in a ballroom Fitz Hugh rejoined his companion and rode away in the direction of Riu gold and Mayiiard followed by Rati gnu started back toward their camp Maynards brain was in a fever Timo hind teen expended to no gain The small hours wero coming on and only six of them would pass before tho event ho so much dreaded would take place Ho had formed his resolve Whether wise or foolish right or wrong practi cal or impossible his resolution was taken Once determined upon his course ho spurred his horso ou without thought of obstacle Turning from the rough ground on which ho rode ho way about to tako tho road ou which ho might get oil faster when ho was suddenly star tled by the firing of a bullet and tho sound that cane with it Thu shot rang close to his ear almost brushing his templeKnowing that ho hall by his careless ness suddenly como upon a Union ve dette ho called out Cease firing Friends In answer to a call to advance Ratignn rode forward and found n vedette who hid mistaken thorn for an enemy On making themselves known they were suffered to pass on dud Mayuard feel lug that ho was too incautious to lead gave way to Rntigau They proceeded on their way with moro caution anti passed through n gap in tho ridge lead tug to Roods bridge The good footing of tho road enabled them after getting well into their lines to proceed rapidly After they hUll pass ed tho ridge they left the road and turn ed northward Soon after they reached camp CHAPTER XIX IN TilE SHADOW OP DEATH Once inside his tent Colonel Maynard said Corporal I wont you to got mo the uniform of a private soldier You must do so without exciting suspicion Oi dont know how Oill do it colo nol without gain back to mo own campI fear that will take tooloug Cant you steal ono from ono of tho tents near bylot nioight bo able to do it and 01 might spend tho wholo night tryiu Oi can gut ono nt mo camp certain I would tako your jacket but I want your assistance Theres no other way but for you to go to your camp Colonel Oill ride hard Ride and remember that every mo ment is worth years at any other thou Ratigau lost no time in mounting and was soon galloping on his way Once 1 i 00 out of tho camp from which ho started bo found no guards to pass and was able to drive his horso to time utmost Thu night before ho had chased tho woman whom ho had then known as Uotsy Baggs in n mad race to capture her Now ho was tearing along in a mad race to save liar from the consequences of his capture Past wools nnd waters flow time corporal over bridges and hills hIIagan TO BE CONTINUED do you dip into that bulk coffeetbefore you Lion Colfe comes in seated air tight packages no chance for or dirt or things to get in Clean Fresh and FrJrzrL IlironictuiK From Crimp During asudden and terrible attack of croup our little girl was unconsci ous from strangulation says A L Spnfford postmaster Chester Mich nud a dose of One Miuuto Cough Cure was administered and repeated often It reduced the swelling and inflammation cut the mucus and shortly the child wasJreatiDg easy and speedily recovered tt cures Coughs Colds LaGrippe and all Throat nnd Lung troubles Ono Minute Cough Cure lingers in the throat and chest and enables the lungs to contribute puce heallh giving oxygen to tho blood For sale by East End Drug Co 1 CanvasserWanted to sell PRINTERS INK a journal for advertisers published weekly at live p dollars a year It teaches rracticeorAdvertising esteemed by the most successful advertisers in this country and Groat Britain Liberal c o m mission allowed Address PHINTEIIS INK 10 Spruce St New York Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Persons who board themselves ran spend a much or little as they chooso on living expenses It pays to have a little extra money forleetfurea books and othcrthlugs But the expenses are onlv ai follow To pay tho first day LADICf HALL HALL 1160Exnouses Hook 2 00 2 Ocneral Deposit 00 FurnMicd Room fuel 25 ii 31 Flnt Months Board S 6 W Living i7 sTo ay during the term pcntci Laulldry 60 XlIeglnnlng2S 25Ocnl Deposit returned 00 100 Total Expense 13 Weeks 27 00 37 For those belowA Grammar deduct the ti for boob and ft from incidental fee making the otal only SZiBO When four girls room together each saves 82 or more on room and fuel making tho total only 33no if classed below A Grammar Room and fuel cost one dollar moro in Winter termiTwo rooms for housekeeping with slaves etc can usually be rented for from 1 to 16 a term The price of a big calf n little tanbark or a few homespun bedcovers will give term of school which will change one whole life for the better Will Make Affidavit New Lease ef Uffc for an Iowa Postmaster PottmuUrR H Randall Dunlap Ia says I suffered from indigestion and re timing evlli for years Finally I tried Kodol I soon knew I had found whatiI bad long looked for I am better than in years Eodol gave me a DOWIlease of life Anyone can havo my fidavit to the truth of this ItatemoatIEodol digest your food system to assimilate supplies strengthenIing every organ and Model Makes You Strong I 1 THE CITIZEN 1NN111111111111 LOCAL AND PERSONAL I NN1N NNNM N1N111NN1NNN111NN Norman Frost is on the sick lifot this week 1V 11 Porter of the Berea honk was in Itichnioiid Tuesday on bnsi ness Mrs Ilettio W Graham returned Friday from a months visit with hei mother in Now York bringing her son Itouald with her J S Ewen Albert Welch nm it Maggie Norton of Stanton lowell county are spending the week with IIMrand Mrs L W Johnson Mr Alex Burnnm Sr and Mist Maliudn Terril wore married tillS week at the home ol thin brides par j outs Rev T H Heed performed the ceremony Dr John Larry president of Lin coin Memorial University Cumbor laud Gap Teun accompanied by his daughter is spending a few days in Boron I John G Pasco formerly an employs ut the printing otlieo hero but in the employ of F 0 Scholdin 1wrColumbus 0 is visiting in Bo rows after an absence of four years II F Aulick a former pastor of the Baptist church here but now at tending the Baptist Seminary at Lou I isville has returned to Beien for a ten lays visit and is supplying the pul pit at the Baptist church during his stay Prof and Mrs Jonas entertained inner Tuesday evening IJr and Miss Larry Mrs Bowman Miss Andrews and Mr and Mrs G T bpencer all of whom either are or have been con netted with Lincoln Memorial Uni versity Cumberland Gop Tonn Miss Belle Bennett of Richmond and Dr Hammond secretary of the Board of Missions of the M Ii church south and Mrs Mac Donnel secretary Womens Missionary Board M E church southof Nashville Tenn spent Thursday in Beiea They made i a tour of the College buildings during the day The Howard W Pope evangelistic meetings will begin Wednesday Feb at the Tabernacle A workers con ference has ben arranged for Friday Feb G to which all ministers and Sundayschool workers in this and surrounding counties are cordially in 11titod Free entertainment will bo provided The following are the new subscrib ers to THE CITIZES for this week Miss Con Brown Miss Louise Pilcher Be l yen Kev C Rexford Raymond Belle lIe 0 Mrs C W Osborne Paines Ivine 0 John G Pasco Columbus O Mr Geo II Smith Ravenna 0 Renewals W H Hart Fairland WcIJ Grilliu and Reuben Kerby Borea tCOLLEGE ITEMS UBurritt Fee has returned to school t after having safely passed through an 1uttack of typhoid fever It may not be known that Mr G I T Spencer the experienced brick and stone layer has instructed a number of College apprentices in brick laying and that there is an opportunity for a number of others to learn this trade so as to be ready to work on the new College chapel when work is begun- A series of department socials were held this week ut the Parish House 1iat which unique amusements were and light refreshments serv ed Wednesday night the men room iugiu Howard Hall worn the guests nut thn members of the Endeavor I society host and hostess The boys It of other dormitories were entertained Saturday night and the girls of Lu II dies hull and Gilbert Cottage Mon day night by tho ladies of tho Union church I I f CORRESPONDENCE 1 L NNN i MADISON COUNTY DREYFUS Mr Win Coyle and wife of Clover Bottom visited Mr W B Baker last week Miss Berta Holland gave the young folks n social Friday night lint quito an enjoyable time was had Mr J R Baker is visiting at Clov or Bottom this weokIra Joseph Riddoll of Rod House formally of this place was buried at Kindred graveyard last Wednesday Mr Sholburu Winkler contemplates mov t fug to Berea soonMr Luther Kimbcrlaiu of Kerby Knob has pur chased n drib of Mr Frank Winker uud will move soonMiss Dora Bengo was visiting at Big Hill last weekMr J C Powell has just re turned from Jackson Co where ho has been buying cattle Miss Cinthi Saudlin has returned from Estill Co where she has been visiting Rome time Miss Pearl McKiuu is very low withcousumptionMr James lint bard has moved into his now tee thence on Big Hill pike- HICKORY n PLAINS John Jackson began writing schoc last Monday with 17 pupilsMr amI Mrs John Johnson visited Mrs llry Mullens of Berea Monday Mr Ge Bongo of Owsley Fork visited Iltckc ry Plains Sunday School Sunday Mrs C I Baker is slowly improviuf also her step son Elgin who brok his log a few days ngoMr Jessi Kinuard and mother spent Sunda evening at Mrs Mary Burdetts Miss Mollio Johnson spent Frida with her aunt Mrs Bose Moore Mr Richard Johnson of III hoe writ ten to his parents of his marriage to Miss Blanche Hart of Villa Grove Ill also says they art visiting thoir cousin at Troy Iowar S T Gooch who hue been visiting his sir for Mrs Daniel Maupin left Tuos day night for Danville illMr Jas Adams hoe been in Richmond during the past week on business OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAND CITY Circuit court is now in session a casts are being disposevlof quietly Uncle Win Moore has purchased A J Bowmans property nut Mr Bow man is now in Kelleyville Indian Territory looking for a new location for a home Wui Bowman has sold out to Robert Morris and gone to Indiai TerritoryBrack McGeorgo has bought out C C Bowman and has taken possoson A force of hands is still busy getting out railroad tiPI for Wilson Perkinslaspa Burch is hauling out ties for Morton A meeting was held at Spivey last Sunday with a good attendance The prospects for finding oil in tub vicinity ore fine Benny White has gone to tho Territory S S Peters sold a span of mules for 20000 Dave Chad is helping Dick Bauki clear a tract of land where Mr Bank expects to put in a crop in the spring ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Walter Gadd has purchased the Cain property on Todd Branch and has moved there Master Dan Me Collum of Boone called on John Stephens last Saturday nightE Owen of Borea was hero on busiuesi last woekJ C Guinn of Scaffold Cane was at II C Rowletts on busi ness Thursday Mr and Mrs R D Cook Jr went to Berea last week W II Stephens was at Wallacetoi Friday on business Waddle t Martin have sold their sawmill to Joe Lambert Born to Mr and Mrs 0 M Payne on the 21th n fine boy Milt McGuire of Crooked Creek call eton friends here Sunday Then way service at Macedonia Baptist church last Saturday and Sunday conducted by Rev J W Lnmbort GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE Mr John Lowder and wife has moved toCartersvillo Mr Dan Led ford of Curtersville is teaching a ton days writing school nt Woods View Rev Murrell filled Rev Terrills appointment lucre Sunday Mr Mo berly is very sick at this writing Sam Davis sou of John Davis has the malarial fever- MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Mr Burt Gordon of Chicago is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs C Gordon Miss Julia Young was notable to discharge her duty as teacher of the grammar grade during the past week Prof lJapis taught her pu pilsRev Talbott has returned from Wilborforce 0 where he was culled bn business During his absence Rev 0 A Nelson preached forhim Those who listened to Rev Porter Sunday morning enjoyed an interesting sermon Thin Bethel members may congratulate themselves on hav ing Rev Porter as their pastor as he is a very ablo manMr John Hancock has returned to Atlantic City N JMrs Polly Walker who fell and broke her leg some time ago is doing nicelyMr John Hayes has returned home after having been gone for nearly a year His wife and friends were glad to see himMr William Brooks end Mrs Mary Young of East 1 mirth street marri ed recently iI+ ++ + + ++ + + + + + + + + + + + + + lather said Betty please ilonl hurry house It Is not a hit lute yet tier dark nut want to see flossy mill Clover coiultiK up from the meadow This Is svuli n comfortable stile ltlea n on I- tBettys father looked out across the meadow and the brook Into the shining silver sky niul then down at his little girl It Is a ilcllKhtfjul stile Betty and very tempting but somehow I have never liked looking over at the lied House since the widow came there lather I thought the Hed House was ouipq Did you dear No The widow lives there atone now At least she hits her children to contort tier but they are very young and she Is mid Betty How many children hurts site fa tlllrr IiI I think I have an Idea that one met Nvltli u violent dentil just after Its pour father but I have not asked her I did not like to speak to her about It although sometimes I have hind till audacity to puce between the chinks of her curtain mid see the little heads clustering round tier Hetty was making u slow calculation In her own mind Five Thats like us father May we get to know the children Even If they ure very very sad about thflr fa her they might like to have us to tea Yes dear but It must be the other way round They must have ten with you for they are very poor and I deli think my hungry daughters would up prcclatu their teas Their father worked hard and was very provident cud of ten and often have watched him go lag home utter nightfall laden with food for his wife cud little ones Hut now It Is MI different The little widow worksnight and day nut denies her self even the necessaries ot life but It Is a hard thing for her Hetty to satis fy and tend stud nurse her growing luridly Hettys blue eyes were soft and misty with tears Oh father how terrible It sounds Do let us help them the poor widow children I will Io 1onllyou must not Imagine slue U discon tented because she Is sad Betty She Is a brave little soul and I have heard her singing to her little ones when I am sure her heart was very heavy I was glad to hear her because It made me think that she was getting over her loss How did her husband die father He died a violent death Betty looked round tearfully and then grasped her fathers hand Murdered Oh father how horny ble Surely It cant be true Nurse would have told us She always tells us horrors when she Is doing our hair All the saute It Is true Betty al though nurse may not have heard It He was shot down on his way home an be was traveling slowly In the cool of the evening The lour little wife was looking out for him and she saw It all The cruel gun the ambushed enemy the brave effort he made to get home the struggle the fall and thenthe end Betty I shall never forget the pltlfulness of Itthe cries of the deso late wife the clamor of the children I was over the stile this stilein a moment and I carried him home and laid him out stltlly on the scat under the yow tree I meant to bury him In the early morning but when I came again he was gone Father Interrupted Betty You are making It up I know you wouldnt talk to wo like that about any real murder Oh father Is It really and truly truerYes It Is quite true Oh I know what you mean said Betty with Hushed cheeks It Is true In a way but not us I menu It Is not a wan at all just an animal or a bird Ob I guess all the story now It Is that little brown wren that Cyril shot the first day of the holidays Well Betty I know you were sorry father although you did not say anything And what was the good of saying anything I should like to know when Cyril was back In his own room prac ticing with his air gun to see how many more murders be could commit with Impunity He didnt mean It to be a murder father Tell mu more about her About the little brown wren Hut call her the widow father It sounds so much more suds Well the widow was Just what I told you UeU just as patient and brave and tender hearted and It you care to clumber over the stile and climb to the first brand of the ash tree you can peep between the chinks of her curtain and watch her cuddling her babies and singing her song without wordsCyril never thought of It like that father said Betty He just likes n target to shoot at It I tell him the story of the wren father and call her the widow us you do I dont believe ho will over shoot at the birds again Cyril has a very kind heart really Well you can try Betty said her father Not pot at the wrens Betty said Cyril when the told him Ob of course not if father would rather I didnt It does seem rather beastly It you look at It from the wrens point of view And they do make a horrid noise Hut I must have a target of same kind so you might fix me up a bottle over the gate I assure you I would much rather have a botUeG- It Glasgow T tr A STAR PERFORMER lion Dorothy flayed llollyn lul Inliy Hiul Tnuulil Tom lrnmin At tho last minute the star pupil tilt not appear nut Miss larlnnd was In despair for she had no one to take her place The guests were nil there nut It was already S oclock the time stated for tin commencement of the muslcalo Then she caught sight of a little fuev dawn among the guests It belonged to Dorothy Maddern her youngest pupil fitting between her mother suit oilier A happy thought struck Miss Garland nut although slut hud not Intended to have the little girl play slit sent Tom MeGlnuU to getter Tom was till boy who lint been hired to serve the re freshments titter the niuttlctilo He niadu his way to Dorothy nut said Say sissy Miss Garland ways will you come and play that ere Dollys Lullaby or sonic such truck to help her out I guess sho thinks Miss Marys gone up a SPOUt Dorothy looked at the boy primly Little boy thats slung and you know I dont like slang Deoil sissy Dont Interrupt Papa shall I play the Dollys Lullaby Yes Dorothy If you think you know It well enough Oh of course I do Dont ninny mal Yes little boy You natty tell Miss Garland I will play Papa you may scort mu to her I might let the little troy If be didnt talk slang Tom giggled as ho went away He was slue years outer than Dorothy and It annual him very much to have her cull him little boy Dorothy took her fathers hand and went behind the screen where Miss Garland awaited her You wont be frightened will you darling she asked thu little girt Dml tint Mamma has heard me play before and Im not n bit afraid I1 Garland smiled Well do your best thats nil I nev er am forgive Mary for gulag hack on tuu this way Maybe she bus the toothache sug gested Dorothy Well maybe Miss Gtirlund offered to sit 1IIIII Dorothy whit sho played but the young lady declined Slit walked bold ly out on the platform but when she saw the crowd of fact she oxrlnltne Innocently Why you look lots more from here The xrgllo laughed and Dorothy made a quaint little bow mid wit down at the piano She played thu little piece with ease probably with more ease than an older and more nervous chlhl would have done When the refreshments were served Dorothy sat close to her mother for now that It was nil over she was u little bashful And well she might be for all those strange itople whom she lied novur seen before camo to pet her to bring an unusually good place of cake or to pick out tile lest bonltonft for the little queen of till musicale as In deed she WIIH Tom selected the pret lest plate for Dorothys tee credit and When he took it to her ho whliHred You was all right sissy and Im stir ry If I hurt your feullns by talkln slang Jessie Wllcox Iu Brooklyn Lu- gle Mote Crnniton flavrtl Illi Ilrothrr A tenyearold boy at Arvadu Colo recently displayed an act of heroism and devotion to his brother that entitles him to almost any honor that may bo paid htm Two little sons of Hcv J It Under aged ten and tire were walking up the truck of the electric road and were crossing u cattle guard when the little fellow caught u foot between the bars Every ono knows how the curs are speeded over the Arvada line like a railroad express at times Soon the- boys heard u car coming at the rate of herbals fifty miles an hour The foot wan wedged In so fast that their combined strength was not enough to release It although they tug get and strained Then the eldest boy CllANBTON MILES IIADEII whose name is Cranston started down the track toward the car and began to wave his hands and shout Motoneen become very much accustomed to little boys doing that sort of thing and then jumping aside before the car strike them so they do not pay much atten tlon to them This little boy did not In tend to leave the truck although the motonecr blew his air whistle and shouted to him Tho motoneer finally realized In time that something was wrong and got thu cur stopped within a few Inches of the boy Tile little 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