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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n JAMES M RACER An Independent Weekly Devoted to tho 1E3pNTHE HOME Interests FARM of SCHOOL 50 CENTS A YEAR 111VOL IV A Family Vapor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 5 1903 Fifty cents R year NO 83 iTIDEASIn winter fowl tho hints Tlicro nro vary fow easy ways to winy street A promise HIOIII ho made with caution nnd kept with euro Christs tiino terra taken 1IIIIIIIkingpoopIIlIIllPlyDIIU1UIOSLII TAKE NOTICEI iWohope till children liked tho two of hlorios put in last wookH CITIZEN past for thou Thuro will ho others Hood Tho services of tho Union church i will bo hold noxt Sundny morning in itlioTnbermiclt imttead of at the Inr Inh House There will Iw no Collegn lecture next Monday on account ol tho reviv al meetings Rev Howard W 1ojxi will adilrcHH till HtmloutH nt College chapel Sunday night FROM THE WIDE WORLDI t Andrew Carnogin IIIIH offortxl SJUiO 000 to Toronto Ont for public IiIbraritM Tho dents sentence imposed on Col Arthur Lynch WBH commuted toI lifo hllprisoummlt Tho revolution in China iIItlll ftprending Two hundred imperial troops woro killed in n recent battle Thn Columbians aro well satisfied over tho signing of tho Ianama canal treaty They have confidence in tho Statesc of a hundred guns lIaw81tt mwmngo congratulation thn com t pletion of tho Hawaiian cable was celebrated nt Honolulu Tho Venezuelan government do sins equal treatment for alt nations to which she owes money Tho allied powers England Franco and Ger many demand the I tilt chance at the Venezuelan customs Tho Gorman Ambassador Huron Storul erg advises Germany to remit from her demand i OUR OWN COUNTRY LTho festival hall at the St Louis Worlds fair will have tho largest domo In the world Illinois College Jacksonville III has lx eoiio a part of tho University of ChicagoAn bill which virtually prohibiU the liquor business in nil hut her eight largest counties has v yoKxod both houses of tho Tennessee l gislaturo and has become a lRwI Senator Forakor has introduced an amendment the Indian Appropria tion bill providing for tin admission ol fifty Porto Rican children at tho Industrial Indian School at Carlisle Pa Tho United States has been invited by Mexico and China to jolu in a COCo vention looking to an international agreement to establish a silver stani Ion n basis of 32 to I President Roosevelt hits recommended that three rommlssioners ho nppoi1l1loc1 to moot with the commissioners pf tho other nationsBoth the Secretary of War and tho Insular Bureau have urging Confffin to manna some homestead law which will throw open to colouista the rich agricultural and mining lands In tho Philippines Porto Rico and Hawaii Such n law will doubtless be enacted in tho near future and it will start an ere of development in our now possessions never before equalled in any laud COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Fifteen now rural free delivery mail routes for Kentucky have been grant ed by the Postmaster General to ho gin March 2 A Lexington man Major Henry T Allen has boon appointed chief of the militarypolice in the Philippines iand will rank anti receive pay as a Brigadier General l Fortynine Stato and private banks wore organized in Kentucky during ibo year 1002 with a combined capital of 1470000 This increases tho num ber of banking institutions in tho State to 312- Loui8ilIo is making grout efforts to get Secretary of War Root to select 1etract of laud near that city as ono the sites for permanent camp groundafor instruction of troops of the regular army and national guard THE LOG BOOM QUESTION Louisville Commercial Club Resolution Tho navigation companies concerned hum been for soma tiino quietly working toward getting thtvlog booms removed from tho Kentucky river so that tho river may be open to navigation beyond tho point now reached This has aroused a storm of opposi tion among tho business men lull lumber merchants of Eastern Ken tacky R Carnahan ft Co Contin once Leslie coifnty in a letter to Louisville wholesale merchants say in part Q liThe most of tho timber that is standing in tho mountains is up on the head of small creeks and tho only way to got it out at any fair prico is to splash it out by dank aunt if wo are cut off from tho looms that stops our logging entirely You may lied a tow log speculators who say to take out tho booms but they do not live up hero in tho moun talus they are men who do not know anything about what would bo besti for us nor do they catoIolive here on tho ground and believe that it Irr essential to tho mountain people at largo to have looms in tho Kentucky river II Logs are tho only resource wo havo to make money and the boom is the only thing by which our log can bo caught Take the log looms out and within the next two years tho whole business of Eastern Kentucky will Ira greatly affected In view of tho feeling in Eastern Kentucky on tho fcubject it will hoI gratifying to thou living in that soc lion to know that tho Commercial Club of Louisville has pinned tho fol lowing resolution favoring log booms Resolved That it is tho opinion of this club that tho log booms in tho Kentucky river are of greatbenefit to tho majority of ouripeopleand should not Ira removed and thiht body now by this action enters its solemn protest against their forced removal There aro two sides to every ques Lion Eastern Kentucky doubtless has coal veins which turn not being worked because there is no way to got tho coal to markets If barges are en abled to ascend far up tho Kentucky river is it not possible for the mountain people profitably for a time to turn their attention to tho mining of coal Most of tho timber is growing in value while the coal is of little value as long as it cannot bo market Ctl Litter by means of what aro call ed gate booms navigntion and log ging could Ira combined on tho river Till CITIZEN does not wish to take sides on this question but simply brings those things forward for eon sideration sad vyould ho glad to hour from any concerned in tho matter A GREAT DEMOCRAT lion Abram S Howitt who died in Now York last week was one of tho best men over in tho Democratic party Ho managed time HayesTildon campaign and was once Mayor of Nov York Mr Howitt was n friend and cou tributor to Boron College Tho following description of him by Hon Carl Schur should bo rend and pondered by every citizenit shows tho kind of men wo need in politics and public otlice lIe was a truo statesman a states man of thought and knowledge and effective energy of coiiviuction in legislative as well as in executive place a pillar of public integrity and honor and a builder of good govern mont His political ambition reached not merely for distinguished position but for opportunity to render useful service He strove not merely to bo something but to do something He was a Democrat believing in tho poo ple and like Lincoln in government of for and by the popple But he never flattered the multitude neither was ho afraid of it Ho would rather be right than bo popular Tho instinctive dignity of his manhood would never stoop to the moan arts of hypocrisy Ho was a party muse but never a party slave His supreme allegiance was always to the public good He had the out spoken coinage rather to see his par ty defeated than the public good 8ufI fer Ho was a leader but such u lead er as democracies most noeda lead or of opinion not a mere captain of organization ===FUN AND FACTS Hiram Ise where that college that our Zeko goon to up in Chicago lias bought HOOOO bugs Gosh Mandy dont send any more money an maybe wo can pay his fichoolin in potato bugs Chicago Daily News Iliickn and large 100 carloads ducks and geese want ed Highest market price paid Will also buy pigeons J IL NefT oppo site Joos Richmond- A horse ran away with my brother and ho hasnt been out of doors for three weeks Thats nothing my brother ran away with a horse and ho hasnt boon out of doors for three years Baltimore American Rare Opportunity D B Shackelford Richmond is now selling airtight heaters at cost to reduce stockea Physician with his ear to patients breast There is a curious swelling over tho regions of tho heart sir which must bo reduced at oncoI Patient anxiously That swelling s my pocketbook doctor Please dont reduce it too muchCrodit Lost For Sale House and lot on Depot street Bo rea Four rooms good well Call on or write T A Robinsou Rich mond Ky 111111 A splendid way to write advertise ments is to imagine a customer stand ing before your counter Put in your advertisement exactly what you would say were ho standing face to face with you Grocery World Unit llurkrlfiil One bucket orcoal will run a Moores airtight heater twentyJour hours Sold by D B Shackelford Richmond Ky h A J THOMPSON GROCERY AND- RESTAURANT Fruits and Vegetables a Specialty Sole agent for Banner Cream Bread OPPOSITE BURDETTES MILL Tolephone to No 58 or call when in Richmond at JOES Select Grocer and Caterer L W JOHNSON Livery and Feed Stable HACK TC ALL TRAINS Prop BEREA HOTEL Main Street FRESH MEAT and VEGETABLES LARD BACON and DRESSED POULTRY M B Ramsey Main Stre- etWILLIAMS 2 Doors North of Postoffice Clothing Cleaned and Pressed NEW PROCESS Shoes Umbrellas etc Re paired Agent for Regal Shoes One Minute Cough Curo gives re lief in one minute because it kills the microbe which tickles the mucous membrane causing the cough and at the same time clears tho phlegm draws out the inflammation and heals and soothes tho affected parts Ono Minute Cough Cure strengthens tho lungs wards oft pneumonia and is a harmless and never failing pure in all curable cases of Coughs Colds and Croup Ono Minute Cough Curois pleasant to take harmless nnd good alike for young aud old For sale by East End Drug Co WHERE ARE TIlE EYES that are perfect in structure and function Not one pair in a thousand are free from defects of some kind Some are so slight that the wearing of glasses not necessary In other cases time temporary use of- EYEGLASSES OR SPECTACLES- will correct defects A test will de cide what must be done It is made here free of cost Wo carry a largo assortment of eyeglasses Bud spectacles and can fit aim pie cases immediately T Ae Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky My Lungs An attack of la grippe left me with a bad cough My friends said I had consumption I then tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral and it cured me promptly- A K Randles Nokomis lit You forgot to buy a bot tle of Ayers Cherry Pec toral when your cold first came on so you let it run along Even now with all your hard coughing it will not disappoint you Theres a record of sixty years to fall backon Three il t SJe enough for an ordinary cold eM right for brouchttli hotri lien hard add etet most economical for chronic meet and to J AY Kit CO Lowell Sisal MONUMENTS Urns Headstones Statuary Granite end Marble Work of all kinds done in a workmanlike manner at rea sonable prices and with dispatch All work guar anteed by GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Corner of Main anti Colllni Street DR M E JONS Dentistrc7e Office Rear Mrs Fishs Milliner Store Office Days Wednesday to end of the week Rice Arnold Main Street Richmond Ky Headquarter for SHOES HATS and MEN EURNISHINGS hive us a call Leave your bun dies with us and make our store your headquarters when In Richmond Remember you are always welcome I Ill l dIdf Idd Io1 IoiIIIIoIO II 11 0111011101 rFd df +F CLOTHINGI SHOES HATS FURNISHINGS Everything that Men and Boys WearIYour patronage invitedi i Covington and Banks RichmondII I iOUnITIERS J 1 MOO I I aMNNN IH NH NNn NN NM M Nfa ttlNNs GREAT BARGAIN SALE I Of Ladies Misses and ChildrensI Union Suits TO STOCKi entsiI i i i For a limited time onlyii Bicknell Early Berea Ky j- NMeN HM NsNINsmNNsN Ne t I Madison County Roller Mills j IoIIrIIItrtI i Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour I Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etci GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be IOur hard to IPRIDE OF MADISON is beatii IiIoIoirtrtlololI f j I i i Whites Station Ky f i fN N + N Nn THEODORE JR SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Night I will stand my registered Duroc Jersey Boar at my home in Berea Ky for l the spring season of 1903 at fiO cents payable at time of servicoIThis boar is a very gave entire satisfaction during the past season and is endorsed by some of the best breeders in the county and has served in the herd of J W Henulou J M EARLY II Two New Lines Added makey l in the U S Full line of Fancy and Comic Valentines EAST END DRUG Coa Ififi From JoplinsI GoodSA full line of FURNITURE always on hand We invite our Bores friends to make themselves at homo lit d01LINStwhen in Richmond CARPETS and MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SIECIALTYI Day Phone y3 Phone 47 66 JO Se JOPLIN Richmond Ky t 1- r I 1fTHECITIZEN nM 1TE NEW SHIP COMBINE- PRESERVE THE WHOLE WORLDS PEACE JII Dy Vice Admiral Lord CHARLES BERESFORD of the British 1 NilVml E of Great Britain never should commit ourselves to any act likely to irritate any foreign power moro especially the United States i IT IS ONLY RIGHT AND NATURAL THAT AMER ICANS SHOULD HAVE STRONG SUSCEPTIBILITIES AS REGARDS THE MONROE DOCTRINE IF WERE A CITIZEN OF THE UNITED STATES WOULD UNQUES TIONABLY FIGHT IN SUPPORT OF IT As a British subjeot I do not want to see an acre more added to tho British empire as our imperial responsibilities arc enor mously in excess of our organization for defense There arc many reasons why the two great English speaking nations should forget tho irritations of tho past and come closer together in the t futureTHE GREAT ATLANTIC SHIPPING COMBINE MARES FOR THE INDIVIDUAL BENEFIT OF BOTH GREAT BRITAIN AND THE UNITED STATES AND A YIT- NOT HAVE A FARREACH1NG EFFECT FOR INSURING PEACE FOR THE FUTURE During iny visit to America what has impressed me most is 1 The genuine friendly feeling toward Great Britain 2 The sentiment often expressed that combinations of trad Ifuginterests between the two countries would prevent war in tho I futureAt present in the interests of peace neither Great Britain nor the United States can afford to relax its energies for maintain ing it3 navy in sucha sufficient and efficient state that it would be able to carry out the work which would be thrown upon it in timo of war but IF THE UNITED STATES AND GREAT BRITAIN FORM THAT NATURAL ALLIANCE WHICH I HAVE INDICATED CAN BE BROUGHT ABOUT BY PART OWNERSHIP AND PROFIT SHARING IN GREAT TRADING COMBINATIONS IT WILL CER TAINLY PLACE THEM IN SO POWERFUL A POSITION THAT THE WHOLE WORLD WOULD THINK TWICE BEFORE ATTACKING EITHER OF THEM AND TilE IIAVEiTWEEN OTHER NATIONS t TilE PUBLIC SCHOOL IS THE MIRROR OF THE REPUBLIC By JACOB COULD SCIIURMAN President of Cornell University Ii rsi TATS schools are so far as mental training and tho acquisition of knowledge go vastly superior to either churchschools or individual schools PRIVATE AND CHURCH SCHOOLS TEND TO BREED CASTE AND DIVISION AMONG THE CHIL DREN OF TIlE COMMUNITY THE PUBLIC SCHOOL ON THE OTHER HAND IS THE MIRROR OF THE REPUBLIC IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF A TOWN YOU HAVE THE PUREST DEMOCRACY IN THE WORLD When we look at the hard facts we see that it is folly to blame the schools for defects of blood lapses of virtue and blight ofcharacter which neither our laws nor our policy requires tho schools to combat You must blame the church you must blame the offenders you must blame yourselves when your children be come tho victims of intemperance vice or impiety Where Shall We Get Our Timber Thirty Years From Now- By Professor B E FERNOW Director of Forestry of Cornell University III IT TIE total wood consumption of the United States ia placedat 25000000000 cubic feet of which over 7000000000 is log size material tho important part needed for the industries- AN ESTIMATE OF THE PRESENT STAND OF VIR II TIMBER IN THE UNITED STATES READY TO SUPPLY THE IIGIN FOR LUMBER ALTHOUGH ADMITTEDLY ON A SLENDER DASIS BRINGS OUT THE IMPROBABILITY IF NOT IMPOSSIBILITY OF MEETING THE INCREASING DEMAND FOR ANOTHER THIRTY I I YEARS UNDER PRESENT METHOCS OF UTILIZATION Even if the entire forest area of 500000000 acres were supposedstill fully stocked with the average stand per acre as i reported by tho census in the holdings of lumbermenan absurd proposition tho stock on hand would be exhausted within that period IRRIGATION AS A GREAT HOMEMAKER By GUY Eo MITCHELL Editor or the Rome Maker HE RECLAMATION OF ARID AMERICA THROUGH GOVERNMENT CONSTRUCTION OF IRRIGATION WORKS WILL FURNISH FOR YEARS TO COME AN TxTr EFFECTIVE OUTLET FOR THE INDUSTRIOUS SUB PLUS POPULATION OF OUR GREAT CITIES The irrigation of the 100000000 acres of west ern plains and valleys while it will create innumerable small rural homes of five ten twenty or thirty acres each will servo further to encourage subdivision of larger areas in the cast and south AKD TEND TO MAKE THE SMALL FARM AND HOME A GENERAL RULE THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE COUNTRY t f y RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Clrrai Gleaned From the Tcnclilno at All Uttiiiimliintlnii The real and true moaning of saves as It Is used In the church today menus the wilvatlou or savlni trom sin so thnt the world will be accopli bli In the sight of JodUev II I CauUcld Unlvcrsnllst llulluvllle O The Illvlup Pnrpomi The Mcrlllces of the past reveal din ly 8omivlmt of the divine purpose for hnniiinklnd but they foreshadowed nil too dltnly the tremendous purpose of God The gist of Gods purpose Is tllllt nil men may bo saved Itev M 1 l Ikea Ilaptlst Itnltlinore fullers u r the impel In Christ we see nil the fullness tit the gospel the glory he had with his Father If Paul were nllvo today ho would not forget the unsciirchnbl greatness and riches of his Saviour When we see the beauties of his life we do not tiN how condescending hI wasItev J Povey Congregational 1st Detroit A Strlkliiir Snlrltuiil Ilfc As natural death Is the gate through which we pass tutu Gods kingdom above so death to sin Initiates us lulu Gods kingdom on earth With many people the Christian life Is simply nil orthodox creed or n happy state of the emotions but the npostle teaches in that the Christian life Is n striking IlfivHev S Q Nell llnptlst Philadelphia ChrUt HIP Ubrrntor How blind the world lsl Praying constantly for liberty It has Invarlnbl despised the liberator Jesus although despised null rejected of men came Into this world to make us free He was the Incarnation of Gods love and wisdom If It had not been for him nothing like liberty would have dawned upon earth Itev l E Hopkins Cou gregntlouallst Chicago ChrlitH Imiimilvp Silence Silence means much or little accord Ing to who It Is that is silent null the occasion on which he silent There Is nothing In the New Testament more Impressive thou the silence of Jesus Christ Spence pervades the greater part of his life In the first thirty years we have only two momentary glimpses of him Goo looks down upon the wickedness of the world In silence just as Jesus Christ waited luring thirty long years without working n single miracle for the relief of suffering Itev F M Goodchlld Bap tilt New York o ether God We see at once low our regulating principle of love not only puts life and Kiltie Into the keeping of the law but Interprets It and makes Its keeping easy If we love God as we ought we shall have no desire to bring In any other god to share his place In our hearts And we shall not think that we have kept this commandment because we do not worship n heathen deity Wo shall not allow any earthly ambition or desire to occupy that supreme place of Interest and affection which Id Gods alone Her It Hollow Presbyterian Toronto Canada Kunriitlnl Clinrnoterlitlc What are the essential characteris lIes of ti God Inspired life 1alth which takes hold of truth and of oller tonal Christ purity which puts Gods truth Into living embodiment hope which draws upon things promised as well as upon those revealed and love which unites the heart to God and nan Such n life we scarcely need to bo told Is uot a sudden attainment It Is a growth It Is hot the result of one effort It Is the work of a lifetime It la this kind of life which Is the jewel of the souliter W 1 Harmon Con regatlouallst Brooklyn The Sublimed Truth The profoundest the subllinest truth ever revealed to man Is the truth that centers In Calvary It has been the greatest redemptive force In the world for 1000 years and the truth of Cal vary Is the truth of gain through nacrl Ice that love the forgetting of self the giving of life In service is the mightiest power known among men for winning all that can be son To the foot of the cross to the Christ that lived nnd died for others have been brought all the treasures of earth honor praise reverence gold and precious stoucsItev Dr Raymond Schenecta dy NYNerd n Larger Salvation We have comb to agree that salvation is a matter of character and we know that character has its root In heredity that It Is never simply good or bad that it fluctuates from year to year So we see that If Christ has to- do with all human life and destiny he must in soma way operate within that aflultely complicated thing wo call life The world Is prepared today to see more in Christ than It ever has in the past because It sees more clearly the stupendous dllllculty of the task he undertook It welcomes the rove itlon of the larger Saviour because It recognizes the need of a larger salva tloul1e Dr McConnell Kplsco allan New York Italic Pur Stormy Weather The truo church Is not a holiday sunny season pavilion It was built for stormy weather and everyday use and we who profess to be Christians need not fear to open wide the doors All ore brothers tnjual In Christ l1ul- llet us not forget that In the days to Coumo the lust shall be first and the first shall be last If the Son of God ould step from his lofty height to the lowest and vilest sinner should ere not go forward In the bonds of the broadest brotherhood rejoicing to fulllll the tasters work Ha was the friend of publican and sinner He was and IB the friend of all nod gave his life for nil and If we pretend to follow hint we must be truly Inspired with the feeling his life has illustrated Rev Dr U crhill New York j r THE HOME SOME OF AUNT JEMIMAS VIEWS ClNo said Aunt Joinimn decidedly Id nover alkrv my daughter to tool away her time in such no count sums What does n girl of fourteen cam about featherdusters anyhow Shod hotter ho learning to use eel instead of ciphering for two mortal hours to find what twenty dozen or ell cost Hut I answered wo must give our children an education you know Xo out in these days is worth much in tlio world without an IIlhlllI1 tionIYes I bnltorn in education when it is hitched in a team with comuioi sense returned my rant lint when it begins to kink up its heels and go a cavorting away from that Ill stay in the wagon behind com mon sonso And I wouldnt lw a mito surprised if pretty soon Solute 0110 would come along and hitch in another critter by it and toll mo the animal that tail away wasnt truo education at nil Why sew lucre went on Aunt Jemima wanning to the subject you scud your Johnnie mud Mary to school tho whole timo there is school holpsitmDiscount and they never saw a back You wash the dishes for Mary anti you hoo in tho garden for they Inn Intro time to got their in Stocks nail Bonds and they would nt know either if they mot em in the road Hut they couldnt either of em tell their pa how much corn his new wagon Ixxl would hold or how touch it would cost to paper the best room To my war of thinking theres just as much mindstretching in the one as in the other and a heap more use Im not tho only one either that thinks it is nonsense to fill a childs mind with n heap of useless lumber and rail it education I heard some waytip teacher talking tho other dnf anti thus said so too They won tell fug how the big city schools and tho big colleges were lots of thorn teach ing the girls to cook and sew and the boys to use tools null farm right along with their geography anti his tory and arithmetic I dont know whether thats education or not but I do know its common serteo They said it was the best education cause it was training ho mind to think and the lauds to do Therod ho some use in sending sirl to a school like thnt causa stud is getting something she could use nil her life Most every girls bound to have cooking null sowing to do HOmo time and when she dent get em along with hot other studios shos mighty likely not to know em when she needs em homemaking is a ivomans profession and shes just as much right to have n training for it is a doctor or n lawyer has Its just is hard as theirs na1a heap more ImportantSo Aunt Jemima anti I really Dclievo alto was right JENNIE LESTER HILL THE SCHOOL LETTERS TO TEACHERS NO You have decided to he n lonelier For a number of years you have been II pupil You have had teachers of various degrees of etliciency have j DR HOBSON Dentist Special Discount o to Students Richmond Kentucky DeWItt Witch lineal Salve The only positive cure for blind bleeding itching and protruding piles cuts burns bruises eczema and all abrasions of tho skin DoWitts Is tho only Witch Hazel Salvo that is made from tho pure unadulterated witch hazel all others are counterfeits DeWlttH Witch Hazel Salvo is made to cure counterfeits are made to soil For solo by East End Drug Co gathered store of knowledge Vo have some idea of method and man agcment mud are now ready to em bark on n voyage which you hop will bo pleasant mid profitable The motives which load your to this dcci nion might perhnpi bettor tint ho questioned It may bo that it was foreordained from the foundation or tho world that you were to bo n teacher It neap bo that you have natural gifts for this art of arts ilia you have a desire to instruct others a longing to do good In tho world Perhaps you havo a conviction thai in no other way ran you workout your destiny as it ought to bo wnrkci out Or on tho other hand you maj ho taking up the work because yea believe that it will give you morn money titan you could otherwise earn or that it will ho a stopping stone to something that you consider higher and hatter or you imngino you will enjoy tlwork of teaching Ixtttoi than some other work that would pay you equally as well Whatever tin motive you have decided to teach It is thou in perfect order to ask tin question Aro you prepared Whei you present yourself to tho trustee of tho school whero you hope to teach can you conscientiously rocom mend yourself You will in elfecl sly to the school board that you urn capable of giving instruction to the children of tho district and training them for tho duties of life Now if you wore a trustee or a parent who hind children to send to school could you conscientiously recoiumend R person such as you know yourself to but That is one whoso qualifica tions tiro not Iwtter than yours If a man desires to practice inedt dine that is to diagnose our physical ailments anti prescribe for thou the law requires that ho shall have taken a three or four years course of study and training under competent in structors Ho must not only havo u knowledge of diseases and remedies but must havo had practice in tins setting and adjusting thu human body All these and moro before ho is allowed to take money for his ser vices In law likewise n thorough training is required before a man Is allowed to practice his profession But tho training of the human nind tho development of tho soul md laxly is far moro Important than treating our ills or writing our wills The teacher has non to learn than time doctor or lawyer Ills profession involves far more complications and uncertainties and his decisions will Ira fraught with consequences lull nitely greater If you hall considered nil these natters If you understand tho re sponsibility you are afsiiming and believe yourself capable of carrying out so groat n work thou by all menus go ahead J W DiNfiuonc THE FARM THE POSSIBILITIES OF A PRI VATE DAIRY Cnnllnuetl from last week doteeunprolitnhlocows owl anti scales by taking into consid ration thin amount of milk given anti the test of butterfat wo art ul lo to detect tho unprofitable cows These should imo at once taken front the herd mil fattened for thin butcher The herd should thou bo graded up with sonic standard dairy breed such as tho Jersey or Guernsey A man who breeds for beef a part of tho tuna nub for butter a part of tho timo will never make a success of either It Is very necessary that tho private dairyman i honld have knowledge con cerning then rood and rare of ills herd Uo should know tutu nutritive value of feeds anti in what proportion toofeed tlem anti he should learn that driving his cows with dogs or abusing then in any way will decrease Iho How of milk and thus lessen his prof its I think nt least 7f percent of thin butter produced in Kansas is tnatlu on tho fauns but thin average price paid for it is much lens than for creamery 0hatter It hits been found from in formation gathers from different grocery limns that a very largo per emit of the butter received from the farmers is of poor quality Thin butter often huts had flavors or no ilavor at all This is generally cause by acidity of Iho croon when churned Time only way to got the right flavor is to iisiy an acid test and ohiirn tho cream whoa till right acidity is reach ed Sometimes however hind llivorsnro caused by not kooping Iho dairy uton filXjclean or by keeping the milk and cream in cellars whuro vegetables am stored It was stated by n grocery firm that if tho farmer would only wild null study a little about dairying at least W par cent of tho cutler now in grades Ihreo or four could 1clollll ed In grade one I think that is the only solution of thin problem tutu farmer mutt learn how to make good butter Iwforo ho can make the private dairy a success If n man knows how to care for thin milk anti make the butter there is no reason why ho can not lIIaltII tetter article then tho creamery for ho has control of all the conditions from tho feed to tlllI finish ed product while the creamery hat to tnko what it eau gut Ha nun goes into tho dairy huNinc tts at all ho should go into it with tho intention of mak lug a first claw article Ho should have n private brand and should sell only fin t elpss butter under It If ho dots this IIIH brand will soon Iwomn a guaranty an to tho quality of tilt product and ho eau always receive a good pries lor it AH proof that the private dairy can ho load profitable I will give n few example of mon who havo succeeded in this line A 0 Siogriest of HUllo county monde an average of JTl a row per your and E K Palrchihln of J IRenworthLOUllly averaged 70iKI per LOW I could mention others who Intro averaged M high These exam Alms show that there is vast rcom for 9JIInled from hitter dealers that turing tho past few years the country butter laM improved much in quality and I think it will continue to improve just an fast as the farmers absorb knowl edge relative to dairy matters Tak lug into consideration thin instruction in dairying given at tho Kantas State Agricultural college anti tho largo amount of dairy literature given into the hands of the farmers I think thu timo will coma when the farmers Kansas will say Thin private is moro profitable than tho creamery ofIrn Gee W Looms t The Citizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR Berea College n Founded 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OK ALL I Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS t Applied Science Two years Course with ngriculturo for young mon anti Domestic Science for young Ladies Trndo School Carpentry Printing Housework fusing two yens Normal oursesFor Teachers Three courses leading to county Certificate Stato Certificate and State Diploma Academy COUTHO Four years fitting for College for business anti lifeCollege Coinaos Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaure ate dogreoa Music Choral free Recd Organ Vocal Piano ThooryftWo are lucre to hoi p all who will help themselves towanl Christian edu t v cation Our instruction is n free gift Students pay a small incidental roe to moot expenses of tho school apart front instruction and must also pay for hoard in advance Expenses fur term 12 Wok iniiy be r brought within JpiMOO about 15 to ho paid In advance The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation f alists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations Fir nd FRIENDLY ttttttt lit WILL C OAMBlE Berca Madison County Ky tt11 SI r 1= i 3THE CITIZEN I I TilE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON VI FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES FED Teit or thi Iron Arli xvlll 111 Mrinoir rrcN flI lanldcii Toil Cur III r imiMiMilur Irrpiirril fftty lift n M Mini rni Copyright IWo by AmrrUin lrew AHHUIIOD fromAthtpiiHU tiNtliiiony wan nut lii vnln nt Athens fur HOIIIO eluve unto him ninl believed Hi did not expect nor nr wo might to expect Unit sill the siMI will full pit good Mull but wo know that no labor In thu lonl In vnln unil thnt HU word will always ncoo n Irtish HU plensuro I Cor xv M lea Iv 11 Thu church ot Christ iiinilo up of un elect number out of nil nn t lions given 11110 huM out of this world by till Father Itev v I ICph I John xII vl 1iJ but wo Klve thu Kopcl lu good faith to every creature for whosoever will uiuy conn1 stud wo aim by ull mean to save womo John ill 10 Iluv xxII 17 I Cor Ix 22 3 1 And found a certain Jew named Auullu born In Iontu Ulvly coon trans luly with him wife 1rlicllla und Lccauia ho wui of the name craftskbodu with them and wrought II After ull theutt centilrleH there are rtlll lu force decree thnt scatter Israel They chow ivnnr Instead of Christ Joists xix 15j uiul the Curxuro thu world rulers itlil oppronn thesis but Hu that scattered Israel will guthor him alit the time wen now ut t hand Jer xxxl 10 Kek xxxvll ii 22 The movement known nil Ionium although iiiibotlevlng may be jwrt of It While Paul believed stint taught that they who prouch tho Kopel should live of the gospel I Cor Ix lit he ohio took pleasure lu worklmj ut his trade hnt lie might minister to isis own ne cessities nnd give the JIIIItJ freely Acts xx 31 I Cor Iv II 11 I Thesis 1U II Thesis III SI Ami he rwivrfied In the lynaeosue ev try Habbath and wriuaded the Jewi and the Ortrk 4lie doiihtle did as at The aloulcn 4 nud mimiiiiMl out ot the Scriptures oH nliiK ansi alleging that Christ mtmt iKinN Jiavv butTered and riven agate from thu dead stud that this Jesus U tile Christ Act xfll J fl From the day lust the txml Jeun met him on tho road to DIIIIIIIIICUH hU oiiu xtory wa that Jirstm crucified and risen U the Christ tilt Son of lied Acts Ix M 1J I Cur II Ji 5 And when miss and Tlmothoum were tome from Mamlonla 1aul wa prese4- us the iplrlt und ttitllled to the Jws that Jeiue we Christ limliud of premnMl In the spirit the Helll Vemlon says coiutrnlntil by tho wonl ThU remind UII of Jero mliih who becnUH of rcprouclus sit termlued to upcnk no snore lu HU nit me but the word WON stirh n lire J within him that ho WUH constrained to njMnk Jet xx S We think also of Ieter und John whom no threats could prevent from speaking what they hud HWII and hoard Act Iv OI mid of Kllbu who said that hu muni speak 5that ho might bo refreshed for ho wns I like a bottle of wine ready to burst Job xxxll 1820 t Your blood be upon your own head I am elean from henceforth will ica unto the Ktntlle It Will IsIs custom everywhere to preach till KOKIK to tilt Jew Ural Horn Ut and then to the gentile Compare their conduct nt Antloch III IUldlu xlll 15 101 When nny one Is duly warned of dntiKor and refuses to take heiil hU blood In on hlnmelf ICzuk xxxlll 4 5j Those who obey not the compel smut be punished with everlasting destruction II Thonii 8 seeIallkwere When one door U abut another in sure to open end sometimes un In thU ease next door to the one closed iiKaliiiit us When the Lord opens no Slower can shut nud when He allows u dour to be closed It U because He want us elsewhere Ucv III 8 Mutt x 14 It was n Bpleudld victory for the Lord and HU wrvaut to have the chief rusher of the synagogue und his household receive the despised Naui relic iiH Israels Messiahs und possibly many were bclintl by hU examplo to do likewise lint till chief ruler cnn not always control the other rulers whether ho bo the president of n nation or the governor of n state or the mayor of n city or only ruler of n ouaKogue 9 10 Then ipakn this Lord to Paul In the night by u vision lie not afraid but speak and hold not thy peace for I nm with thee and no mass shah ut on thee to hurt thee for have much people In this city rise Lord saw the weakness nud fear and much trembling of Ills servant f I Cor II 3 and by this special well sage HtreuRthiiicd him to continue So Hu utrenctheiietl Abrum centuries be fore whets Ho saw his fears Gen xv 1 nud ull Ills fear nots sire to strengthen us but we must approprl ute thesis If wo would enjoy them co Josh 0 Jer 17 Isis xII 10 13 Gui xxvill 15 Deut xxxl 0 8 Murk 4 v 30 The great and till suUtclent promise I am with you Includes nil i fathers for HU presence Insures nil else See 1x Ill 12 Josh 5 Judg vl 10 Jer 8 10 nag I 13 II 4 II And he continued there a year and six months teaching the word at Qod nmoni them He had no higher criticism nor did ho cast any doubt or slight upon any portion of Scripture but believing nil Scripture to lie written by Inspiration of Jod nnd profitable ho taught from all Scripture the things concerning the Lord Jesus Christ See carefully II Tliu Ill 10 Acts xxiv 14 xxvl 22 xxvill 31 It would be grand if every believer was so Wed with the word M to be a llvialJtieuulatlon of the Muaev Wtamausr AOC OATIAHOOaA LT Cuyrlulit by American Press Arnocla tlonJ FlnnnKaii ho cried slinking tho private yer wautcdl What Is It corporal Let inn takuyer clothes nnd nsk no questions Tnko cm And dlvllII ciunstion will 01 ask except wliatyo sin bowantin em for withImonth shut if ho wnnltil to w vo him self from futuro trial mounted isis horse nUll was ngaln Hying over tho ground back to Colonel ulayiiards headquarters It was now tho small hours of tho night Tho corporal casts Jib eye to tho east nnd saw n faint streak of whitii IIlht there Digging Ills spurs Into isis Hanks nnd urging him with ills volco nt the Katuo time ruler nud homo sped on in n race between llfo nud sleuth Gui nn yo boast cried thicorpo- nil Go on mo darlln Stretch ycr cuKMd legs for I dont care if yo kill yersllf if wo loso no tlmo Whats yer lolfo compared with hers On with ye mo uoautyl Win tho race with tho fun that ihowin his light there and Olll wotvlilp yo forever With such contradictory and IJI oho rent jihrnws Itatigau urged hiss horse till hu could go no faster Again did lillln vales woods watew fences thy by till nt last the corporal dismounted at tho camp ho rodo for and in n mo ment was In Colonel Maynnrds tout Thin corporal started back A mnii fctood there whom ho did not recognize for n row moments unColonol MayimnL Ho hail no beard whilo tho colonel had had n heavy one lust hair and eyebrows wcro black whilo tho colonels were light nnd tho hair which had hung lie low isis lint iu short curls was now crop ped Oivo mo tho clothes quick Tho corporal handed him tho bundle null Mayuard lost no Iwo III getting into them Corporal said tim colonel let mo explain what I nm about to do I know something of tho blood that Hows in time vein of Carolina Fltz Hugh Sue will never accept her lifo nt tho prIce I intend to pay for it Sho must not know that I Intend titsavo her by violating n trust by incurring my own downfall or slio will not leave her jail Do you understand I do colonel Sho would chldn mao if sho know I was doing tliosame Whllo you havo boon away I have placed three horses iu tho wood yonder 1111 colonel Corporal Itatigan every man has hits own part iu lifo to perform The dUtinctlvo feature in mliiu seems to bo to dcciilo quickly botwccu conllictiug duties I nm going to violate n trust to perform sacred obligation It you will aid mOo follow mo Taking up n slip nt paper lying on liii camp cot on which ho had written nil order tho two left the tout They were challenged by tho on t but giving tho countersign proceeded till they were ngaln clialluiigixl by the guard at tho temporary prison Thcro tho colossal advanced and gave the conn tcriigii nnd passed into tho house Tho mirgeant in charge met them nnd nuked what they wuntoiL Tho colonel handed him tho paper ho had brought with him It was uu order fur tho per son of tho prisoner Tho placo was only lighted by n caudle antI tho colonel took caro to stand with Isis back To It nut this was not necessary for his ilingulfe was complctu Corporal Itatigan ro mained without tho door on tho jwrcli Tho sergeant looked from tho paper to tho man who stood before aim lniuir- i giy Tills is very strange ho said Mnynnrd Hindu no reply home is Colonel Moynards order tho sergeant nettled reading it over ngaln Do you know what ho wants with her Do you suppose I dont know npy better than to nsk questions vvhen I get an order replied tho spurious private gruffly Tliu sergeant wont Into tho room where Miss Fitz Hugh was confined nnd lest hot out palo nail wondering It Isnt sunrise she saul iu n voice which it was difficult for her to keep from breaking Come saul tim colonnL Sho fol lowed him to tho porch asset Corporal Rntigan jolliest thom but it was too dark for tho prisoner to soo who ho was and ho dill not ditto to inako himself known As soon as they hind got to a safe dlRtnnco ho whispered Dnrlinl Until Not n word till wo got further away They walkout on nt an ordinary pace though nil desired to hasten After pass lug Eoiuo distance from tho house May nard turned nud glanced back lie saw tho sorgoulltwntchlnuWo tent ho unit toted and the three walked on Before entering lio looked again Time sergeant was still watching Ho evidently wish ed to tuaku suro that all was right All entered the tout while tho colonel standing nt tho front and peering boo tween time tout Haps watched for time sergeant to go back into the house Pros ently ho did so and left time way clear Now coma on Leaving time tent they walked n short distanco down tho road Not n word was spoken Presently they turned aside and entered time wood There they found the horses Mount said the colonel to tho prisoner Putting afoot In his hand she sprang r np on to a horses back There was no clduKnddlo for liar but tho high front of a McClullnn orvcd very wull and nhowas so good horsewoman that sho could liavo ridden sideways on tho mil umlfl hare back Thu stirrup was IIttedi tho colonel nnd lintfgan mounted nnd time throo rodo rapidly away Wo must dodge this picket said tho colonel Even the countersign might not avail us with a woman in thoI party What does it all mean Until ask ed Mists VI Hugh I thought you wero going to do your duty nt nil lutz antis Well thcros different kinds of du ties unit sometimes they WOlIt work together if savin n womans lifo itfnt n duty then mo mother didnt bring me upright Whos tho other silo nuked vhilo Maynnrd was riding a littlo in advance Quo who this night makes mo isis slave Mid I from this night will bo in debted for my lifo to both of you if you succeed iu saving it lint I cant bear to have you sacrifice yourselves for mo You may lie committing nn unpardon able sin toward your comrades but I cannot heliovo you are committiugiisin toward our Father Awl ono day it wll bo nil untied Hats awl then who will carol QI know thoso who will rejoice Ratigau now took tho lead having passed over tho routo before several times and being familiar with the bust way to Jot between tho vedettes Co net Mayuard dropped back beside the prisoner Who are you shq asked flOIIO who serves you Tho voice sounded familiar but was diiiguUed end sho did not recognize it as Colonel Maynards- Wero you sent by Colonel May udrdNo Why should you try to savo mo tAsk mo rather why should not It was plain tho man whoever ho might lie desired to remain unknown nnd situ desisted trout further question ing After nil my death would not profit the Federal cause sho said My lips will bo sealed to any information I may Your information would bo too lato in any event Had it been otherwise this plan would not havo been attempt ed Why so Your commander III chief of tho Ar my of Tennessee has delayed too long already Ho will attack us almost im immediately Your information would not now hasten that attack How do you kuow Wo have captured prisoners show lug that your men have booms reenforced from Knoxvillo and Virginia General Bragg lists ceased to retreat nud is about to fall upon us with a concentrated ar my You are right in assuming that nei ther you nor I can have iiilluenco for at ngalnst either sido now Thcso troops have booms coming from Virginia for a mouth They are nearly all arrived You may expect to hear tho opening shot of n great battlo at any moment Time corpora who was in front role ed lu his horse and heM up his hand in warning They wcro ou tho edge of a wood and within n few hundred yards of tho crook fiat could soo to tho right and to tho left My God exclaimed tho corporal there nro vedettes there and vedettes there pointing north and south And they are both comm this way Wo must go back Colonel Mayuard rodo forward to see Ho glanced nt both parties of vedettes then in front of him Prom that front at that moment thorn came n horses neigh It was answered by a neigh from behind tho three on tho cdgo of tho woodYour pooplo nro whero that horso neighed Can you keep your seat in the saddle for a dash Yes Wo uro surrounded It U tho only chauco Mo you lirepared heady Got Tho two mon dug their spurs into their horses flanks DUll nil throo shot out toward tho creek They had not gono n hundred yards boforo they heard Halt there immediately followed by a shot They paid no attention to either but dashed on over tho uneven ground tho two men riding close pn either side tho prisoner for fear she would hose her balance Her howoStumbled but rocov On on he Imld- ered A volley cauio from tho vedettes riding from tho south but no ono was hit In crossing gully Miss Fitz Hugh tottered sideways but Mayuard caught her nnd righted her- On onl1 ho alllA few hundred yards and you arc saved Then casmso another volley this lieu from tho party advancing from th north Corporal Ratigait swayed in isis saddle but recovered himself They are advancing to moot us Quick Down the batik Through hero It is not knee deep A tl frd volley cause but it did no harm It was too into to stop tho futtives slow They rode tight into a party of Confederate officers Friends gathered about Miss Fitz Hugh Tier brother lioing in presero of others restrained his desire to throw isis arms about her smock Hu lifted his lint to her as politely as if she woro as nearly related to tho ret as to himself rl ticn took liar hand and kissed it Sad denly in tho miilstjOf a shower of con gratulations a wild IrroprnHsIbluclucr that bur t spontaneously from tho par tCisrohiiio Fitz hugh gave n shriek Corporal Ratigan had fallen from his horso and lay white nnd bleeding on tho ground Springing from her own horse sue Lent over him nnd raised his head flO God bos dead CHAPTER XX- CAIIIIIEIIEIJ Tho cheer tho shriek Miss Fitz Hughs words sounded in Colonel May nards oars M lio put spurs to isis horse nnd dashril away up lisa stream in n Ill rection parallel with tho Union lines The cheer was tho announcement of tho completion of an act by which ho hind parted with what ho hold most dear tho confidence of his superiors hjs peers nnd tho rank and file of tho army Ho hUll given to Carolinn Fitz Hugh to see wallIIIOWimps to meet the fate that had boost in tended for her Riding up time creek on tho bank nearest tho Confederate lines lio approached wood This ho entered crossed time creekunobserved and emerg ed to see the men by whom tho escaping party hind been chased returning toward thn ridge Not caring to be questioned by them ho rodo back into the wood nn tit they wero in II position not to tire huts Then ho trottl slowly to time ridge mill over it making his way back to isis tout It was now broad daylight As ho dismounted lib noticed a detachment of cavalry marching on foot under thnri rcction of an officer toward ho liouso where Mists Iltz Hugh had IKJPII con fined On arriving there they halted and tho officer wont inside In u few minutes hu camo out stud strode over to Colonel Maynards tent Tho colonel hUll gono in Ho had thrown ofT ills cavalry jacket and was waiting for what weiss to follow Tho officer entered tho tout and not recognizing Maymird thorn of his hearth asked for tho colonel commanding atj am Colonel Mnynard Ahl I dill not recomiizo yon colo aol I have just called for tho spy in tho house whom I expected to find her mill was toM by thn sergeant that he hUll de livered her soon after midnight to two nice bearing an order from you Well II suspect something must bo wrong Was limo order u forgery aaQ Thou the prisoner is In your keep lug NoEscaped Yes Tho officer was too astonished to ask any moro questions at once Who is responsible he asked pres withy lam You Yes I You will march your men back to camp You need not mako any official report of tho matter unless you choosn I will report tho escape myself Tho officer bowed and with tho santo astonishment on hits face that had booms there throughout turned from tho tent ansi golug to the men standing In tho road marched thorn back to camp Colonel Mayuard cause out of his tout and mounting his horso rosin to tho headquarters of his division command er Ho redo slowly his lionel bowed al most to his saddlebow Reining up be fore tho generals tent ho sent in his name by an orderly and was soon ad mitted General ho said I have como to prefer chargollIt Indeed said tho general Why not forward them iu writing in tho reg ular way It is because of tho portion against whom I am going to prefer them Ansi that is Myself Tho general looked at him with A puzzled expression Colonel are you III No general I suppose it would bo ridiculous to ask n man if ho is all right hero asset ho tapped his forehead with his finger- I am sound of uifud and body Well weti colonel what does it all mean Its too early in tho morning for joking mid tho general yawned I Intro to report that tho spy left In lilY chargo has escaped and through my connivance Good Lord exclaimed the general That is n serious matter Maynard remained silent And tho explanation Thcro Is none to Tho general looked into tho tunisia choly oyo of Colonel Mayuard and felt a cold chill creep over him Ho know there was seine reason for tho act which would explain inset oxonso it Colonel you nro n dashing follow with n titigoof romance in your nature I trust you have not yielded to an ab surd notion as to taking the life of a woman No I have not Then givo nio souse explanation I fear it will go hard with you but I will ilo nil I cats for you if you can give A satisfactory reason I have no reason to give It Of course I must report tho mqttor Dotter speak now It may bo too late hereafterI It reported tho fact That is all tho report I have to mako It TItan colonel It is my duty to order you to your tent under arrest You musty leave your sword hero with mo if you please An order will bo issued placing Colonel next in rank in- chargo of your brigade Colonel Maynard unhooked his sword from his bolt and handed it to time gen eral Tines ho rode back to hiss tent and ns ho entered it ho felt that ho had loft his former self outside timed ns in tho case of u fallen comrade ho would any or Heo this being of tho past again At for h present self that if suffered to live could only live a lifo iu death 1 j A court martial was convened to try Colonel Maynard with as munch dispatch as hind attended the trial of thin escaped woman The charge was giving aid and comfort to thin enemy the specifi cation himself aiding iu till escape of a spy in tho service of said mutiny Tho court met on tho afternoon of tho day on which Maynard had reported his act Men of isis own grade or near it sat about a pine table in a wall tent and proceeded with tho formalities attend lag time case As Maynard pleaded gull ty to both chargo and specification thcroIwas little to do except to como to kIIllsay in hits behalf any explanation to makeNo was his roplyIColonel Maynard said the prod stout you have served this army with distinction You have been respected trusted beloved as few other mon iu it You have confessed to having commit Colonel Mninard unhvoltcd hlI sword toil one of tho most atrocious crimes that can como under the jurisdiction orI a military court Nothing can excuse it Therdmay bo something to palliate it conjure you to speak before the court brings in a Verdict and names your punishment Mr President replied Maynard for mynet toward this army I am ac countable to you ns a court martial con vened to try mo for my net as one of right or wrong of honor or dishonor I am accountable only to u tribunal with which you have nothing to do Do not waste valuable time before time sun sets twice if I mistake not you will havo n moro important work to do in the reception of the enemy Do your duty as a court antI do it with dis patch There was not an officer present but lookout nt Mayuard with a curious ad miration It was plain that ho hind sac rificed himself though it was not entirely plain why Even those who con demned him most bitterly seemed to hesitate to bring in a verdict which would naturally carry with it time puts ishment of death You aro mistaken colonel said one of theme referring to Mayuards predictions Tho enemy havo been in full retreat over since we loft Murfrees bore I only fear bos going to glvo us tho slip again I regret your confidence sir re plied MI1Yllnnlfl1 am aware that oth Otis feel as you do and it is a mistake which will cost this army dear Nonsense Havent we This is not tho place to discuss prob lems for which only our commanding general is responsible interrupted tho president Lot tho prisoner leave tho court Maynard was led away and tho court proceeded to consider a verdict There was littlo time spent on it for there was but one thing to do and that was to make it guilty of tho charge anti guilty of the specification Then be gan n discussion of tho punishment One of time members stated that it was personally known to him for a fact that tho accused had one year before visited Chattanooga ns a spy when time place was held by tho Confederates hail booms captured tried condemned and semi tenced to bo hanged that Jacob Slack a boy whd was now serving as isis or derly had been with him that ho hall contrived to get news of Maynards con dition to Missouri Slack hiss sister nt Jasper Tenu that she hal gone to Chattanooga haul entered his jail had exchanged clothes with the prisoner anti tItus effected his escape that ho hind been concealed amid afterward helped through the lines byn Miss Fain whom ho had married on reaching tho Union linesI put it to you gentlemen ho con eluded could ono whoso life had booms saved by wouieu carry out a cent once of death upon n woman for tho name offense for which it was intended ho should suffer The speaker knew nothing of the re latious existing between Mnynard amid Fitz Hugh It is impossible td know what might have been tho effect had ho possessed this knowledge Tho court acted only on tho information commu nicated by tliu officer who told tho story of Maynards experience ns n spy nnd the main facts III thfs wero known throughout tho army Tho circumstances of the accuseds sentence by Confederates to bo hanged for n spy and hiss escape tho valuable service ho had rendered tho Union cause tise reasons hu hUll for not wishing to sot a wom an saved his life Time sontenco of tho court was that ho bo dismissed tho serv- Ice with forfeiture of all pay nnd onto ninouts When this sentence was commnuicat ed to Colonel Maynard ho was in his tent waiting to know his fate 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Borea over Sunday 0 C Pace of Now York City rg weekIBorn to Rev and Sirs H J Dei thick on Thursday morning a lint boy Dr E M Jones tho dentist hn moved to rooms over the printing of I liceMr and Mrs James Stephens art now at homo to their friends in the Pasco IIOIIHO Mrs James Withers who was err ill last week is now pronounced ou of danger D J Roberts of Hamilton phic in visiting his son and daughters i Roberts and sisters this week Died on Jan 26 Rosa May thi night months old daughter of Mr and Mrs J H Kirby of near West Union i Tho editor has received a cabbage II head weighing ISl pounds It was by Mrs Serena Ogg wh- the Walnut Meadow pike jraised Frank Bradley and daughtei of New Haven Conn were at the Presidents homo ove- t SundayThe trains of Jan 29 were forced to go by way of Rowland ow ing to the derailment of an engine nud car at Brushy Creek Miss Susie Parsons of West Union who tins been sick with consumption the last few months died last 1forDr L Cornelius nephew of Dr P Cornelius and a practicing physician of three years standing has been installed as assistant to the elder doctor Msses Ida and Etta Gay entertain ed a number of their friends Satur day evening at their home Games and refreshments wore the order of the evening Bro Dodwell former editor of TilE IfCITIznN has been formally appointed presiding elder to the pastorate of the Methodist church at Big Stone Gap Va The list of renewals and new sub scribers to TimE CITIZEN for this week la so long that we have not space in our columns to give to it Let the good work go on so says the editor Jerry Richardson of Red Lick Es till county is now rapidly recovering from a slight attack of smallpox There have been severalexposures but no further cases have developed An exceedingly strict quarantine is 1Mrsobserved Grant Nichols of Jackson county cams to Berea last week for medical treatment and on Thursday afternoon underwent a surgical oper iatiou which was entirely successful DrH P Cornelius L Cornelius and I L A Davis were the attending sur geons Prof and Mrs Jones delightfully l entertained a number of guests at dinner on Tuesday evening Those present were Mr W C Gamble and sister Miss Martha Gamble Mr and Mrs James M Racer and Mr N A McCtniP Mrs Ella M Kedsie was the guest of honorI Mrs Ella M Kedsie of Lansing Mich is a truest this week at the home of Prof and Mrs Jones Mrs Ktdno is a sister of Mrs Jones and stopped oil here while on the way to Sheidisplay of tropical fruits tI Probably no number in the lycoum ofIed years has so universally pleas a Berea audience as the entertain ment given Monday night by the Phil betteir as the Buckeye Wizard filled ihisaudience with wonder and amaze ment by his marvelous feats of magic byted ability and by R G Cox a pian- istj and violiust who possesses a rare delicacy of touch and expression in piecesti COLLEGE ITEMS G G Dick a former student has been promoted to tho position of an assistant teacher in the woodwork de of the Cincinnatipertinent Polytech- nicr school After society meeting last Friday night the members of Alpha Zeta gathered at the home of Mrs Frost for an informal reception Refresh ments forthe inner man were served and an hour passed OfT all too quick ly in a general good timer Dr G C Dickorman Field SocroI tary of the Southern Education Board who is making a tour of Southern Schools was a guest of th o College a few days last week Dr Dickermau made a stirring address t tho students ou Thursday morning and led chapel exercises on Friday The marriage of Miss Helen Edn Smith and Mr John Keefer West ot currcd at Gardner Mass on Jan G Mr nail Mrs West Son residents of Berea in 1897 8 Mrs West holdin the position of Matron at Ladies Hall Ann Arbor Michigan is their preset t hone A telegram tins been received her announcing the death on Sunday Fob 1st of Mrs Bettie Peudergras Hubbard at her home iu Wai pole New Mrs Ilubbard was wastmarried to Mr Westley Ilubbard also n former student ou the 25th of last November Browulow Ponder grass at present a student here is n brother of Mrs Hiibbard A conference for Sundayschool teachers and workers held on Sunday at Lincoln Hall was largely attended Miss E J Partridge n Sunday bothoin Kentucky and Virginia was in asrII Preparation for Sundayschool turdrCreating an In terestweredir cussed The prospects look bright for great good b iug done in the mountains the coming summer by these workers TELEPHONE FOR JACKSON Jackson county is perhaps the only county in Kentucky which up to the present time has possessed neither a railroad nor a telephone or telegraph line nor a pike Very soon this will not be true even of Jnckson county The Burning Springs and East Bern stndt Telephone Co of which Wm Tyner at Beuge is secretary and treas urer will put in a telephone line from Burning Springs to McKee and the work of getting out 1000 poles has already commenced About 20 miles of this line will be iu Jackson county extending through Malcolm Egypt Welchburg and Grayhawk to McKee The exchange will bo located at Burn ing Springs connecting with tho main line from London to Manchester The Boron Telephone proposes within threo months to begin work on a line connecting Berea and McKee Prac tically the mountains will then have easy connections with the outside world which means an important step iu advance + CORRESPONDENCE 1 NtNM1 11 N1 NM OWSLEY COUNTY MAJOR W B Pendorgrass anti M V Roberts were in Clay county last week Miss Florrio Peudorgrass is spending a few days at home on ac count of sickness She has been attending school at Oneida Johu Peters is building on his lot recently purchased from W B Pendergrass He intends to build a blacksmith shop as soon as his dwelling is cor- nplptedThomas Roberts formerly of this place but now located at Tog is recently married Miss Margaret Allen of that placeMrs Florence Rowland visited at tho homo of B P Ambrose last week Arthur Minter has gone to Madison where he expects to locate Married on Jan 21 Miss Fannie Campbell to Mr Jess Lilliegson are illThe young ladies of this vicinity postfPERRY COUNTY DWARF H Owens and wife are visiting at tho home of Win B EngleE B Owens has sold his house and land to J G Combs for S800 Mr Owens has formed a partnership with S B Richie to engage in the goods busi nessThe ice house at Dwarf is fill ed with nice clear iceThe Misses Sarah Richie and Rucin Feltner visit ed the Misses Owens Rachel and Bes sioWm G Cornett has gone to Jackson CityThere will be church next Saturday and Sunday at preaching by Rev A S Petrey of Hazard We are having a very good school here now Yourcorrespondent cannot speak too highly of TilE CIT IznNTho ice has been frozen sever al inches thick ou Troublesome Creekt nnd skaters have been plentiful among them Messrs Good loo und Pearl CombsA Land Wm Englo at told school now at Dwarf teacher J G Combs Zach Richie and Fred Philhoner are soldiers in Cuba and r i G W Grigsby who belongs to the army is iu Wisconsin Your corn spoudout keeps them well supplied with news from home Leo Owens formerly a student in Louisville has healthobut will now return to Louisville and outer the Medical College for tho win terlis Owens will begin a school of penmanship next Monday Born to Mr and Mrs E Rich a boy He has been numpi Sundaygschool at now Owens is superintendent J Owens spent last Sunday with E H Holli dayMr Greyes a fruit agent of Hazard was in thit viciiiity recently Win tingle is it partner iu the Tun not mill now Mr arid Mrs J Felt nor have named their babydaughte Ida ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Messrs Wm Rich and Win Mc Collum made n business trip to Cop per Creek last weekMrs A T Ab noy of Davis Branch visited relatives here last wlokA mnd dog passed through IIPM last week and bit three dogs of H E Northon The dog was killed near Con way H E Northoi and sons J P and B F went to Mt Vernon last week on business P F Guinn has sold his farm to Ham Da- ltonJ F Sims who has been on tin sick list is able to be out ngaillG Owen of Greenfield 0 is visiting relatives horo1 series of meetings is going on at tho Christian church ol West Scaffold Cane Luther McCol loin of Rico Station was here ou bus mess last weekMr and Mrs Will tor Oalll1 visited Mr A P Gadd last Sunday Thomas Linville called on hs best girl Miss Mnmio Waddle last Sunday JACKSON COUNTY KERBY KNOB Miss Ethel Jones is visiting at the home of her uncle Mr I F Dean of Clover Bottom Mrs A P Gabbard is the mother ofa Hue baby boy Dr King of Pond Creek this county who recently rented tho olhco vacated by Dr C B Daugherty when hi went West has gone home He will bring his sister when he returns Dr Daugherty is expected homo on Feb lSthMr D M Click went to Berea Sunday Rev Spratt is conducting a winter school st thin Hillard school houseMr William Ballard is ill Mr Walker McPnrliu has a crow and a young calf for sale JUBILEE CONVENTION Kentucky Young Mens Christian Associations The Jubilee convention of the Young Hens Christian Associations of Kentucky will ho hold at Lexington February 1215 HIm This con vention will commemorate the semi centennial of the beginning of tho as sociation movement in Kentucky also the quartercentennial f thin organi zation of the Statework in 187H The State Executive committee has ar ranged an unusually strong and attractive program Five hundred delegates are expect ed from the sixtyfive associations in the State In addition men members of evangelical churches in communities where there rtre no associa tions are invited to attend nut partic ipate in the convention A limited dolegation from such coplin unities will bo entertained in the homes at Lexington provided application for credentials giving name and address of pastor or clerk of church is sent to the State Secretary ty Feb 7 The various railroads in the State have arranged a rate of one fare for the round trip to delegates and visitors attending the convention I uriher facts credentials etc can bo had by addressing Henry E Rosevear State Secretary Fourth ands Broadway Louisville REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured market for homespun and homewoven goods such as bed coverlids linen dress linsey jeans blankets etc at follow ing prices Coverlida f4 to f6 Linen 40 to 50 cents a Dress Linsey CO cents yardBlankots pairf and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must bo 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2J yards 90 inches long All dyes used must bo old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Boron College should find out what tho College wants before beginning to weave or spill For information apply in per sou or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Berea Ky I tl- t DRINK IN GERMANY THAT NATION CONFRONTED BY A SERIOUS PROBLEM Sonic Aiiallluir StntUtlc Glrenrl From Vurltiiiw licrninn 1nllllrii HiunomUtB OrlnkliiK liy Xu Miun Conllnril tar lltrr mill Wlur It Is little wonder that Gorman po lltlenl ccoiiMinlstH are appalled at their alcohol problem says Mrs J W StiickeiiborK In the Christian Kndcnvo World An article on drunkenness In the sixth volume of Dr Konnids Cj clopodlu of Political Kconoiuy Ilniul wortorhticli dor Stunts wlscenselwfUii makes the HtntOmcnt that uue four oluIa1IIOIIturn nail sale of IntoxIcHtln liquors Isrrequired to grow the materials for best drinks The government ot Wtirttcmuori hap statistics nhowlni that 188 per cent of the average In come of Us Inhabitants Is uncut upon liquor Throughout Germany the average exiiondlturc for a family of live for drink Is G2M annually The author of this article Dr W Rode iirocwds to declare Aftor such figures It U not necessary to state that this Immoderate drinking depressiH till national welfare and Is the occnMou of the poverty of thousands He fur utshci a table showing that the Get tuans do not 1011 II lie their drinking to beer and wine tint also consume near ly twice an much whisky of the NIUI grade for each Inhabitant as the Unit ed Suites more even than Ituttsla Only Prance Udgluiu and Demnarl exceed Germanys per capita tlou of distilled liquor We have beard there Is little drunkenness In Germany but Dr Node here states that III Prussia alone 81 US cane of de Ilrlum tremens were treated In the lies pitnU In 1SSV lie says A great proportion of the epilepsy Idiocy and mental dellelencj also duo to the drunken habits of tin parents or of till utllleted themselves In 1SSO role person In every lTili Im Mans became Insane lay meiins of drink Ho weapons that prison olllelnls Ilkt lIar Illlg and K roll ne extlmtite that ut least half of the crimes nail misde meanors must be attributed to drunk uniess and Ihllt1l1illuttll of rlnlciui tried Iu the courts In JSXi were the rv stilt of drink Experts hi the tutu ol the poor truce from 011101141 Per tent ol the poverty to the drink customs Dur lug ISSUl there were 4 JKtU trumps In the German tabor colonies All but a IKT relit of these were thus degraded through drunkuimcM He quotes Dr worn Birch lllrschtleld who wild On the whole Insane people are not att dan genius us drunkards Many more acts of brutality are committed by drunk unls than by the Insane Itoth the Ununclul and moral conditions of faml lies ere touch more endatiKered by to leers than by Insane people Infamous outrages occurring within family clr des lire almost without exception com mitted by drunkards and within recent years these tragic crimes have In creased alarmingly The estimation In which liquors have boon held has been greatly shaken In medical practice The time has come ut last when beer drinking Is beginning to be opposed with all the decision ever employed against whisky Professor Plsk writes believe that If only we could drive out this social beer and wine Imbibing at the tavern Iu Ger many we could make quick work with the spirituous liquors which nobody earnestly defends Iuthir wild The wall who first brewed beer Will the curse of Germany The accident Insurance department of the Austrian government lust summer published und distributed 100000 copies of a pamphlet entitled Away With Al cola This pamphlet contain the Htuteinent that In Munich every six teenth than dies of beer heart And this does nut Include the number whose lives lire shortened by other Injuries from the use of beer to the vessel walls the liver and other organs A Itavarlan the eminent authority In the department of hygiene Professor Max von Pottenkofer hue repeatedly de clared that the use of beer not only falls to diminish the use of schnapps but that the alcohol swallowed In beer produces the same drunkenness und a variety of beer diseases Into the bar gainLet no one unchallenged quote the present situation In Germany us proof that the German use of beer Is harm less Our knowledge of the situation there and of the recent rocnforccment to our total abstinence ranks of many eminent Investigators should in spire us to new hope and redoubled en orgy What Abilnth Dora A volume might be written on the strange hallucinations which absinth drinking develops In Its votaries The doctors are unanimous In saying that constant nipping of tho stuff even without any apparent abuse of It Is as dangerous to health and life Itself as absinth drunkenness The constitution becomes absolutely impregnated with the concoction and worse than all an absinth drinkers children are bound to be weak both in mind antibody Greet Banquet Without Wine The installation of Dr Strong tho new chancellor of the Kansas State university drew together many of the most noted educators of tho country The exercises which lasted three days closed with a banquet with covers laid for 1200 guests The most notable fen ture of this rare celebration was the absence of wine no beverage stronger than coffee being served to slay of the guests iTii1iEI THE MARKETS- Ktrontut nv 0 NORMAN A 0 CINCINNATI Kclminry CATTLEConnnonF20O Q 13Oo It Butchers885 115 Shippers 1I1iJ7li CunsChoicn r r0 fa 111U It Large Common b50 n 15- 0I1oosCommon5So yg tiliO Fair light MO J lIm 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good valueTho stock used throughout is good oaktanned leather Thin trimmingH whether of nickel brass rubber or iron are of uxcollmit quality Tho workmanshipvisible lull invisible ill This harnens will wear out hut it wont break out Double Wagon Harness 1500 and up Buggy Harness 5 750 9 10 12 15 1750 20 25 30 35The best line of Work Col lars that y6u can find andat the lowest prices T J Moberly Richmond Ky West End I Meat Market rt For Fresh Moats Salt MontH Sliced Hnm Lard SntiMigo gutIhloH otc HighcHt price for Country Producee-R H ROYSTON IlidiieU 0iMnllc hick nell X Kurly 1111eTh Knfj DoWitlV Little Early Misers tin not gripe nor weaken the system Thoj euro hilioiiNiieHH jaundice eon Htipnlion and inactivo livers liy urouH l ing tho HocrotioiiH moving the IrawnlH gently yet offwtively and giving such tone and strength to the glands of tho Rtomnch liver nod bowoln that tho cniiHo of the trouble removed en tirely TheMo famoiiR little pills exert I a decided tonic effect upon tint 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