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CvUSo LiLrnryrJAMES M t Independent Weekly Editor and Devoted to the PublisherTH CAnInterests of 1 EKnttrtit at Ikt fottajlct ct wu FARM tt SCHOOL kj 50 CENTS A YEAR y i VOL IV A Family Vapor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 12 190JJ Fifty cents a year NOCl11Il IDEAS A liltlo praise upsets n littlo mind It in important to observe rules hut it in hardly lens imporinnt to nblo to broak IKID lUve jron liail n klmlncM liown- IAM It Oil Tea nut stall lot you alone Pius It mi let It Irnicl down the ymn cTillIIM It on TAKE NOTICE thefvisions tho lower division nt 820 p uppedivhr FROM THE WIDE WORLD San Salvador and llonduraH have dndanxl war against Guatemala Tho redemption of Hawaiian mon ey by Unite Stales money IIOH bo gunIBulgaria has asked tho aid of tho Powers to stop Turkish military prop nrat ions It is expected that the protocolof the ftltiod powers England Ott111I111 and Italy will soon bo signed by Min ister IJowon ropn Hontiug Venezuela and the hlcckado raided Tho matter of giving tho clainiH or tho allied powers pr fi r tnco will ho referred to Tho Ilnguo tribunal IN OUR OWN COUNTRY TIll Governor of Qoorgia mndo a upteoh in New York last weak in which ho virtually said that emanci pation n failure Ho tho poor lIt governor Hut Stab has had wince tho war dipt Richmond P HohHOii the Spanish war hem has resigned his poitou 811111111111LOUlilrurlor in tho Uuitod StaUs Nuvy and expects to devottt at least limo ytmrs to tho ItKJ dire field Every indication points to Mlextr HOHiion of tho S nnto after March Tho dobnto on tho Stnteliixl bill drags on exciting little interest and shutting out tho ooahidoration of tho important treaties which art before tho Sonata lot edificationcTho liht CcilIChodl5 scholarship inn bion givtm to Eugono Lelmau of Pueblo CAIa Yulo graduate of the dfontstudy with n view to bettering tho conditions of the Jews in Russia nu tho East Tho smallest operative engine in byIinch ifl height i m mndoof gold silver perfectbyA mwting was hold in New York In week in bolinlf of Church Federation presided over by Mr J Clevela- nCay ouoof tho Trustees of Beroa College nt which ministers and inllu Mitial men from nil tho great Chris Linn Issues worn present Tho aim is to lead the diiferent denominations to help each other instead of working against ono another as has Mien too often tho case COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY The Sundry Civil Appropriation Bill before Cjugrtws carries 200000 for building locks and dams in tho Kentucky river- A slight but distinct earthquake shock was foil in Louisville and other towns of Northwestern Kentucky on Sunday ovenlngIOno hundred and four moonshine stills were captured in Kentucky dur lug the year ending June ao 1002 with 1715 gal liquors Alton II Rhodes of Kentucky t University won tho prize in tho an nual intorcollegiato oratorical con tost for Kentucky colleges Claysvillo tho negro suburb of Par is Bourbon county has asked that tho place bo incorporated n town withauthority to elect tho town ollic male Tho Rev David Bruuer of Harrods burg aged ninety two years per formed his 1270th marriage corer ny by uniting in wedlock Mr Speed Divine and Miss Millie Lester From every pulpit in LOlsvillo last Sunday night ministers of tho Oospfof crimesspoke against in that city their frequence and tbo cause the responsibility and tho rom edy S JONESHANSON On Monday morning last at UitO tho homo of S O Manson Postman otar and Trustee of Bores College was tho scene of a very neat wedding Tho oldest daughter Mary was marri ed to Mr Horace U Jones of Cincin roll 0 Roy Win Lodwick oliiciat ed iu an impressive manner Tho ceremony was followed by an elegant breakfast iu several courses At tho tables wore till bride au groom Mr and Mrs Hanson the daughters Jennie and Anna Mr LN Hanson and little still Mr C Hanson and wife Mrs E L Hanson and sou Fay ProC and Mrs Lodwick ProC and Mrs Dodge Mrs Emily R Lester and daughter Grace Mrs J L Hill and son Lester Mrs K U Putnam and daughter Ruth Mr and Mrs J W Stephens Mr Ono W Pow and bra H H Fee Tho wedding pair loft on tho 118 train for Cincinnati where they wi mako their future home Mr Jones has for Borne years been engaged in railroad affairs and is now next to the head man iu the Cincinnati office railwayT A Ma mil with best wishes As Mrs Jones may her skies ho as clear as were thorn above her on her marriage morn lug WARNING TO THE PEOPLE By the State Board of Health Ofliro of tho Stata Board of Health Fob Jl ItOXTo the People of Ken IIiwarn you of tho danger ofn withtspread epidemic of smallpox TItdis aHA now exist in many widely separated counties nUll everywhere shows a disposition to break over CO trot end assume an epidemic form It is duo to the public to know that it IH not true that the disease is so mild as to lo unimportant severIcealed or attributed to other cease Iu Germany and other countries whore vaccination is ualTgrsalemal is practically unknown torei- tizen of Kentucky at once obey o tho plain letter of tho law and ha himself aui every one for whom he is responsible vaccinated this loathsome isease which tins entailed so much on our taxpayers and so much lows and derangement of hue i tiuPett would HrinaniMitlv dieaplx from our borders within tho next a weeks Vaccination properly done with fresh virus is a perfect protection trItro ly BCCirll1tlcJwill not toke tho disease in any form urea when directly exposed alwayst t aboutd an l cians hands should be well cleansed before ho begins the work Reader will you have yourself and every ono dependent on you vaccinat ed at once end urge tho saute men uro upon your neighbor By order of the board J N McCoioiuK M D Secy WE ARE BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER TO Repair or Paint Your Vehicle SATISFACTION GUARANTEED A FULL LINE OF Buggies Surries ROAD WAGONS AND FRAZIER CARTS Kentucky Carriage Works C F HIGQINS Prop lrVltt IVItrh llncel Suite Tho only taro for bliu bleeding itchtngead protruding pile cuts burns bruises eczema and all abrasions of tho skin De Witts is tho Witch Hazel Salvo that is made rom the pure unadulterated witch counterfeitit e e to curp counterfeits are made to sell Fur solo by East End Drug Co FUN AND FACTS IHay and ecru for saleM K Pas co Berea- Whlcli Iullciir Why Willie said mamma youre pulling tho cats tali Mamma I aint pulling her tail Im only holding it and sho is doing tho pulling Litllo Chronicle onIiorrme at S street Springfield Mo Olin Anew JCfII1IInclrllll1 What color is tho grass when car scot with snow Invisible green At what time of day was Ada tara I A little before Eve Hiiliirlliluc Nf v T A Robinson Richmond has fitted up new optical parlors llhe will test your eyes tree So llnrni Dour Take rare waiter You nro put ting Tour thumb in my soup 1I0b thats all right sir It sin t very warm Egg nnd Illilri J U Neff oppoftilo Joes Rich aloud pays highest CASH price for pggs and all kinds of hides til U UImi There is not if poor week In the year to tell tho public what you have got to sell Newspaper advertising is incomparably tho boat and cheapest The Lntr t T A Robinson has added the lot est improved optical instrument for testing tho eyes Ho makes no mill lakes slug llr r People owning dogs in tho ton of t011nn marshal or E L Robinson town clerk and pay their license andre culls tag A J THOMPSON GROCERY AND ryRESTAURANT SpecialtydOPPOSITE BURDETTES MILL Telephone to No 58 or call atiJOES Select Grocer and Caterer JOHNSONo Livery and Feed Stable HACK TO ALL TRAINS Prop BEREA HOTEL Main Street FRESH MEAT and VEGE TABLES LARD BACON and DRESSED POULTRY M B Ramsey Main Street WILLIAMS 2 Doors North of Postoffice Clothing Cleaned and Pressed NEV PROCESS Shoes Umbrellas etc Repaired Agent for Regal Shoes gle8relieCmicrobe which tickles the mucous membrane causing the cough and phlegmdruws s and soothes tho affected parts Ono Minute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs wards oil pneumonia is a l harmless and never failing cure iu a curable cease of Coughs Colds an Croup Ono Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to take harmless and Hood silks for young and old For sale by East End Drug Car WHERE ARE THE EYES thai are perfect iu structure and func tloDf frene from detects of some kind Some are so slight that tin wearing of glasses U not necessary In other cases the temporary use of eYEGLASSES OR SPECTACLES will correct defects A test will de cide what must be done It is made hero free of cost We carry a large assortment of eye glasses and spectacles and can fit aim pie cases immediately T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky t lnarr Bad Coughs III had a bid cough for six weeks and could find no relief until I tried Ayers Cherry Pecto ral Only one fourth of the bottle cured me L Hawn Newington Ont alwaysread They run into chronic bronchitis pneumonia sthma or consumption Dont wait but take Ayers Cherry Pectoral just as soon as your cough begins A few doses will cure you then Thrift tea 2Jc ordlnirj cold lull tight forbronchitis KODomJcalforC AYER Ca Lowll Hue MONUMENTS Urns Neadatonas Statuary Granite and Marblt Work of all kinds done in a workmanlike manner at rea sonable prices and with dispatch Allwork guar anteed by GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Comer of Main anti CoHlnn Street DR M E JON S e Dentist A OfficeOver Printing office Office Days Wednesday to end of the week Rice Arnold Main Street Richmond Ky heHeadquarters for SHOES HATS and MENS i7URNISHINGS ive us a tall Leave your bun ourdstore your headquarters in Richmond Remember you are always welcome IIIIIM IIIIIIIIII4f tIi A f WHITE VEST I is IF88hlonheautiCuiX150 TO 250 1 Try one nothing also will so brighten up your wardrobe at aricb trifling cost A i Covington ad Banks IKentucky II Io IOUTFITTERS r Richmond U Richmondjrreenhouses Ky v LONG DISTANCE PHONE NO 188 Plants Cut Flowers and Designs ALBERT REICHSPFARR Prop SUB CitizenFORFIFTY CENTS A YEAR r rMadison County Roller Mills l I rHo l IoFancy Stuffs Roller Crushed Flour Comff IOur GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be i hard to beat i PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour j VTTTVT M 1 1 Potts Diierson j i Whites Station Ky i IMNNN 4INMLNNNNNN i THEODORE JRI will stand my registered Duroc Jersey Boar at my home in Berea Ky fdr the spring season of 1003 ut 50 cents payable at time of service This boar is n very fine hog pnvo entire satisfaction during the past season and is eudorsedIby some of the best tho rounty and has served iu the herd of J W Herndon IGUAltANTBEU Two New Lines Added- A W Hawkes Eyeglasses and spectacles Most popular make in the U S Full line of Fancy and Comic Valentines EAST END DRUG Co If Its From Joplins Its Good A full line of FUUNlTUltE always on hand We invite our Berea friends to make themselves at homo at JOPLINS when in Richmond OAUPET3 mill MATTINGS UNDEUT A KING A SPEOIA hT V NightPbonee47366JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky IIt RF t THE CITIZEN THE FRIENDSHIP OF JESUS Br REV H W PorE0 Would you like to have a personal acquaintance with him as your bent Frond so as to talk with him freely and have him seem real to you as any earthly friendT You can know him in that way if you will for he is willing and indeed he has long sought your acquaintance As one of his friends J lot me tell you some of the advantages of knowing him 1 You will got a better knowledge of yourself It is said that a young prince o Spain had the smallpox in infancy which disfigured His face for life spare his feelings his parents ha every mirror removed from the palace and the boy grew up thinking the he was very handsome So proud and boastful was he that he became annoying to his companions Final ly one of them carried a mirror into the palace secretly and placed it opposite the door of the princes cham ber The next morning when he opened the door he saw himself fo the first time in his life He boasted of his beauty again Wha- the mirror did for the boy Jesus does for his friends his holy life Is a mir ror in which we see ourselves as really are As we read his words an 1J talk with him in prayer we perceive how proud and egotistical we arje how and wilful and selfish Th 1 Iimpatient between his pure A our own is humiliating and painful He who becomes acquainted N IwithJesus will never think so well o I himself again lot youIoug you may como Salvation means reproducing J in us the blessed life of Jesus He ia the model by which our lives are to r be patterned for it is Gods purpose that we should be conformed to the LetIyou that the veritable life of Jesus its gentleness and purity its wisdom r truth and boundless loveis to be re in your life and you can never IIbethe same person again You will a possibility for yourself of which you had never dreamed and you ran not rest until the vision la realized You will become in a measure blind 48Ull deaf to the allurements of the4 world saying with another I have heanl the voice of Jeiui Tell me not of aught beside I have seen the face of Jesus And ray oulla utltflril Nor is this an idle dream dear friend but the positive promise of God who is able to keep you from falling and to present you faultless before the presence of his glory with exceeding joy 3 You will see how this marvel ous change is to be wrought by the f death and life of Jesus his death for us on Calvary and his life within us by his Spirit All we like sheep have gone astray but the Lord hath laid on him the iniquities of us all Andsince God hath laid our sins I upon his Son they no longer rest upon us if we repent and receive him as our Saviour Eph 17 A friend of mine vas showing some photographs of famous paintings to a Working Girls Club One of these paintings was a crucifixion scene The central figure in the picture is our Saviour Ills hands and feet have been nailed to the cross and the cross has been dropped into the hole prepared for it and the strain and shock of the fall have produced an agony which is simply indescribable but is painfully portrayed in His blessed face AB this picture was passed to one of the girls hhe drew back with an expression of 4 t horror saying Oh Mrs P you dont mean to sap that Jesus was y crucified alive do you Yes my dear said the teacher Why said i the girl I never realized that before v Oh it is awful and again a shudder went over her Yet my dear said her teacher Jesus suffered all that f and more for your sins and mine Wellsaid the girl if Jesus suffer ed all that for me then I want to live for him and then and there she gave her heart to the Lord And that is the way you will feel my friend if you read the story of the Cross and give yourself up to it But that is not all Christs death r for us upon the Cross is a great real ity but Christs life within us by his Spirit is just as realand even mom blessed In Rev 320 he says Behold stand at the door and knock if any man hear my voice and open the door I will come in to him And in John 1421 he adds and I will manifest myself to him Here then is the blessed gospel that if we repent of our sins and obey Jesus heI will not only forgive us but come intoI our hearts and abide with us forever Then it is that acquaintance with r I tr F 1 Jesus really begins and the Christian life is simply getting fully acquainted with Jesusto know his character and love it to know his will and do it Just to let the vaster do what he will Jaxt to know that he Is true aid be itlll loot to follow hour by hour where he lemlcth Just toilraw the moments power at It nrntrth If you ask How will he manifest himself to meT I answer Ho will speak to you out of his word sad while you are praying and story act ofobedienceorof sacrifice for him will bring his sweet smile of approval Just in proportion as you deny your realtyou any progress in getting acquainted with lackdcommandthimIf this way of living seems attrac tveto you and you say Yes I would like to know Jesus but how shall I begin the acquaintance I answer He has already often spoken to you and you have not responded Even himrwillto say give me that I have been so wicked and ungrateful I receive theo as my takedself to me uccordmg to thy promise The next thing to do is to confess 1032hoven- if he has not manifested himself to obediencefpresence known The ten Topers in obedience ofucleansing even while their leprosy was upon them butas they went they were cleansed Faithfully obey his every commandment and he will surely enable you soon to say Reality reality lnrit Jesus Chl t thou art to me From uurral words and unreal liven where truth with falsehood feebly strive Fnemthewalugsawaylhechurcaudchange FltckertngstatdhingswlftandstrangeI Who art the itrent Keallly LITTLE PREACHERS DO THOSE HYPOCRITES HINDER YOU HEMEMBERWhen the Church gees through the PearlyGates those hypocrites will be left on the OUTSIDE OP TilE OATEPU TOUR side unless you repent and you will have to spend ALL ETERNITY WITH THEM Would it not be better to re pent and live with them a few yeats in the Church than to spend ALL ETERNITY with them Elsewhere You must spend some time with those hypocrites somewLere Where Shall It BeT HOW MANY TIMES HAVE YOU BEEN BORN To be wellborn one needs to be born twice Except a man be born again he cannot see the kingdom of John iii 8 Those who are born only once must die twice Rev xx 6 xxi 8 Those who are born twice do not die at all but fall asleep Whoever believeth in me shall never dieJohn xi 26 I AM AFRAID I CANNOT HOLD OUT Of course you cannot but boar what God says- uWhorbfore he is able also to save them to the uttermost that come unto God by Him seeing He ever liveth to make intercession for themHebv- ii 25 fallingJudeGod is faithful who will not suffer you to be tempted above that ye are able but will with the temptation also make a way to escape that ye may be able to bear it1 Cor x19- If God guarantees all this had you not better commit the keeping of your life to him T Do it nowl 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 lug prices Coverlids f 4 to 16 Linen 40 to GO cents a yard Dress Linsey CO cents yardBlankets pairWhite and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches longAllhomemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Berea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in per son or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Berea Ky r f r THORN OF ALL NATIONS Vlmt a Mugnalnr Writer gars About the Drink llumtlun The Thorn of All Nit lurisantler this IlttliiK characterization a writer In Leslie Weekly deals with the ilrluk question The ilrluk Mil of the tui to lit U8111nil1111110111rlJlllnllllll 1IIIIIIlIIIIIhllllparent likelihood of extraction It Is an omltmiiM speeter at the banquet tattles of nations which will out down either at the bidding of temperance imitators or legislative reformers and refuses to fade nwny Into ueUhliiKiiess before iothcnbnrK schemes Maine laws eotTee house systems and hatchet crusaders lorernments he points out art forced to take up the struggle agalnst the common foe because of Increasing and Indubitable evidence that their people are siucrliiK mural physical mil economic loss and deterlvrntlun from Its presence In their midst Much rent and satisfactory progress he ad toll + hits been mode In temperance re form nod the situation Is by no mean hopeless The Itest rind only wise thlnu for sincere nod fjaejulne friends of reform to do U to be patient nail charitable with each other as new dllll cuttle and differences rims and work resolutely onwork we litter says the tnlon Signal for the extraction of the thorn the downing of the n eetcr that Is we must agitate and educate until the nations realize that govern meat Itself must tlrst be willing to adopt the one nod only method of ex tract lug the thorn that no half way remedies of regulation will bring re lid that a surgical operation by the Laud of law Is the only way to remove the thing which Is causing such fester lug sores In the body politic tad the specter at the feastl While Inniuon ghost often serves to poke a moral and adorn a tale It Is harpy fair to that conscience smiting apparition to bring It before us us the representative of the drink problem If It Is remem bered however that It was present at Macbeth banqueting table minder nod an accuser of unrlghtitus- dcaliug the Illustration Is not Inapt Temperance agitators be It said will work resolutely uu to make the thorn more runt more Irritating the specter more and more fearsome until the na tions get out of the lIuor business themselves and abolish the trultlc from every corner of the eurth AN ODD DISCOVERY Frrnoli SrlrnCUl layN Mr Can Itrmlrr Alruliullf Drink IlaruteIThe French scientist nu article just published holds out ho t4 that the dlllleulty of providing u sa Is factory temperance drink tins at 1 ist burr solved anti this riot by u new v erage hilt by a serves of new drfnvs every wine beer and spirit now uwcJ being provided with u nonalcoholic un tlrsludImemorial beers wines etc have under gone this process through the action of some sort of yeast the effect of which has been to decompose sugar or glucose Into carbonic acid and alcohol Dr 1ltoy set himself about to destroy this theory and he now claims that he him discovered that the mysterious fer mentations are the work of certain ml cro organisms which he has succeeded In Isolating and providing with a sep orate existence This new birth on be lag Introduced lute the liquid to be fer merited fattens timid swells to the burst hag point The result Is a sort of fire works display Induced by the absorp tion of carbonic acid each point of which as It Is thrown oft becomes In Its turn mi active cell fly this means the balls are kept roll lag BO to speak tit the process of ex haustion supervenes and fermentation Is complete It Is claimed this method Instead of decomposing glucose In the proportions of one part of carbonic acid to two of alcohol as by the old proceed lug causes the latter two parts to assume the form of u nonalcoholic substance It IB therefore Inferred that beers wines etc submitted to the new fermentation will emerge as temper ante beverages EVOLUTION IN DRINK Some Inlrrectlnir lleniarks Prom the Llim tit a iiarteuiler A writer In the Philadelphia Record quotes a bartender as giving utterance to the following remarks The evolutloil of a drunkard may not be a pleasing subject to contem plate but It possesses Its elements of interest nevertheless As a general thing u man goes from bad to worse and when spirituous liquors lose their potent force he drinks clear alcohol Jamaica ginger bay rum or anything that will burn him up as It goes down After that he takes to the needle and the morphine finishes him Hut occasionally you will thud men especially in the theatrical profession who take another course After the whisky diet palls on them they grad unto to brandy first with soda and then neat When brandy no longer gives them the desired effect they switch to ale and that seems to wind them up strange uu It may seem The ule drunkard sinks lower than keen the gut drinker Of course you remember old the comedian Well he gravitated to ule Just before ho died they took him down to Hot Springs Ark The morning after he arrived they found him stretched across the bed of his room In u stupor with twentyeight empty ale bottles surrounding him lie didnt last loogj after that I 0 nil tif a J t t I t n THE HOME WASHING MADE EASY Fill n wash kettle twothirds full of cold water and put iu two table spoonfuls of Huh olIoro wash pow der and just half as much good soap as you would use in the old way of washing Stir this up well with n stick aril put in your clothes the white ones first rubbing a little more soap on wristbands and collars Push the clothes down well in the wa tor have a slow fire the first half an hour thou boil well for thirty minutes stirring and turning the clothes often Take out and rub well throughone water and rinse through two waters hawing bluing in tho last only Wring them dry and the work is dote I have tried this way for two years and my clothes look clean us now I put my clothes to bail then wash my dishes make my tads nail milk my cows while they are boiling and by the time I got ready to go to workat them the work is half folio The powder cost only five cents and one box will lust an ordinary family throe months It takes only half as much soap and only half as much time as the old way as the dirt boils loose and just drops outIWith bust wishes to TUE CITIZKX MIRv S CLARK Cartersville Ky The above is just what tho editor of this column is anxious to got a unto ticalarticle on a practical subject by a practical housekeeper who roads TilE CITIZEN and is interested in tho Home Please lot us have many moro of them from every direction and so got a real interchange of opin ion on mutiny homo topics While wo cannot promise to publishall articles as our space is strictly limihdIUlIl the editor of this column being a woman also wants a chance to talk yet write and tell us what you have found helpful or feel to be the great need of the Home If you do not care to write for publication write to the editor and tell her what articles you like or do not like and suggest topics you would like to have discuss ed iu this column In this way we maybe drawn near enough to osoh other to be helpful timid to arouse iu each other a greater interest in our own homes The editor has hewed a school teacher too long to enjoy offering any one mental food in a long handled spoon in the dark She want to know if it goon to the right spot Before many weeks the subject of icaahiny powders will bo fully this cussed JESSIE LESTER HILLI DR HOBSON Dentist Special Discount to Students Richmond Kentucky STANDARDRotary Shuttle A Sewing Machine ITANDAID GRAND WILL PROS LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL WeatM manufacture sewing machine tint retail from 1100 up The Standard Rotary runs as ullcutaitlie tick of a watch Make 300 stitches while other machines make JUD our local dealer or If there U esAPPIrto town address 7118IStandard Sewing Machlme Co 21 Wot First HI Cincinnati 0 S E Welch Jr Local Agent II I t THE SCHOOL LETTERS TO TEACHERS NO II You have not only decided to teach but you hero secured your school It is a good idea always to thoroughly investigate lute situation as soon as you have nettired it Find out the condition of the building nod grounds the amount and kind of apparatus such an charts globes maps and pic tures Moro than likely the schoolhouse in in real of repairs If it in a mute building it polmbly needs ro painting lull attention should bo called to mho fact that paint is an economy in preserving the weather- boarding as well an adding greatly to the nppearanco Interest the school board in raking tho schoolhouse and surroundings us convenient stud attractive as possible Perhaps tho seats are in bad condition and new ones are needed or tho old tines should bn repaired and rovurniBhed If there is n fence around law grounds it prohn bly needs looking after Ascertain if tho well lass been covered during the vacation if tho water is milliciently pure for use if the curb needs tumid ing If any pause of glass have been broken they must IKS replaced Sees to it that when school begins every thing in us comfortable timid pleasant as it can bo mado- Whilo you are investigating these things you can bo visiting tho homes finding out thu names of tho children who are to bu your pupils and stake their acquaintance They will IHJ glad to show you their books and tell you how fur advanced what classes they have boon members of and many other things that will bu a ben efit to you You will gala thoir coo fidence and good will nod will thus morn easily severe their cooperation at the beginning of the term If their books are not in good condition you may bo able to suggest now ones and means of getting thorn A few days spent in this way will add very much to the value of tho terns expo cially tit ill beginning laving done this preliminary work on tho first day of school you will have very littlo trouble in organizing your classes You will have read the records loft by your predeconcor cia termined where your students probably lH long and adding to this your knowledge of time pupils yoir first classification will IHJ fairly accurate and this is a great point gained You will show your generalship by tho way in which you begin your school If you show yourself master or mis truss ot time situation are not cailmr nasal hut cool and reserved you yourl8J W DiNHiionu THE FARM THE FARM BUTTERMAKER Wo nro not going tospoil it by mak ing H brief imperfect and probably somewhat incorrect summary of tho excellent papers rend at time recent mooting of tho Illinois Dairymans Association on time subject of making butter on the farm Wu hopu in thin tear future ti havo much information on this point by Mrs Ptirviance who has iiiodo n reputation in time showroom as well as in the market whom the product of hor skill and long ex orienco is sold Any woman who becomes so skilful that shut is barrel from exhibiting in competition with others as ill Mrs Purviunce in her own county association must limits n fund of information that is worth public attention Tho experience of this lady confirms what we Intro said in thrum col mans tiino ami again Given u will to excel anti the pro er utensils and it is entirely possible for thu farm butter maker to fiirnini a product that will soil in time face of any competition at n perfectly satisfactory price Whether ton or forty cows are kept wu believe it entirely practicable to make first claw butter on the farm It in porhuiM noedlesH to say that the faun buttermakur should keep enough cows NO as to IMJ able to churn at tie timo the cream has reached the exact stage of ripening at which time lest results may bo OIIHCtlCl Given time necessary number of cows anti wo can see no reason why the farm but termaker cannot compote with nay creamery itt the laud Under the most favorable condi lion the creamery is more or less at the mercy of time careless and unclean ly anti in making butter every lapse iu the way of cleanliness or attention counts against tho product timid one patron of n largo creamery musty indict disaster to a greater or less ox tout on every other one whottu milk lit mixed with UN Now that wo have time hand sepa rotor and tho H rfected churn aerat ors starting cans and all other appli ances Decenary to ale munufacttini 10C the finest butter rondo In sizes adapted to fume work of this kind there in nothing otwcun thu farm buttormakor and success except till will to nchievu it UllllllUNlt t wl11UnATlllm ItUFIKAn VohmUrjr UIMHwr Mrlomilr Krronl fj5rk tiMlIng rrbriurjr 10 1MR ai ttrtrt Station Maximum I l1obrunryl I Minimum IU February 7 Haiuffill Win F D CiBR I How do you spend your money I Are you saving it in n way to receive mihiiiantia 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llrnt part cunivriiliiK the Fntlicr V unto thu A V innrKln says We fur Him Tin ItvvlHod VcrMlon nays In tliu second port cuiict rnliiK the HUll Through vliniii nre nil think mil wu thniiiKh nit title of the 111110JChrist control Mud not seat In the Bjst place n Chrlutlun Is u BlninT who lux boon waHlutl Hiiiictlfltsl and Juntl tied In Immune of the I orU Jesus liy Ills prwlolm blood the Hilrlt having f cotivliiicil of sin and rivculnl CMirlnt r hl Olll All mirh are to rocoKiiIze that hiiictforth they lire not their own but have Minute by 1IU luirvhime tiin 1pies of the Holy Uliont arc now tn live unto Him whono we are niul whom we have IMHI rfdovuird to serve acts sxvll X111ur v 15 WI hero rp no Kriiitcr enemy next to the devil t than the Hlnful Melt Unit remulim In us + even utter we receive Christ and many ilo nut tMHtin to ecru that He who lie llvrr lit from the wnith to wale In able beesML Hut limit coimnendeth ui not to Ot tor nrllhrr If wr wrl lire wa the bM iter liHthrr It we rut not are we the The only ipxln whom till heathen ktiutv url suet nn unlit bo propltlatiil with gifts untl ninny lirUHniw wem to hire no better lien of the living QuoIKOinethlnR for lu or that we must re truth from Miinothlns In order to wit Iltu favor MNiiia to bt Niich eominon tUouxbt but It 1110 uimirinttirnl It Ix tnie that pal nccipln our loving MTV lci nnd In pliiiMM with gifts that come from lovliiK and Krulefnl hearts but wo tniiHt Ilrnt see that He gives us till IblnKtt truly In heist before He ex HTtx or ran accept unythliiK from tin Hum 1111 vlll 32 Kph h 8l An to uatliiK or not entlnv our Ixird Illmiulf taught that not that which goes Into the mouth but that which comen out of till mouth dolllts the man Mutt xv 17lWi nil take hwd lst by any tnmnn IhU liberty of your bvatn stumbllm Wok lo them than lire weak Many thliiKi that are lawful for in may not be expedient 1 Cur vl 12 x 13 for none of us llveth to hlmnelf und no inn dleth to hlnmlf and wo l iuiut aim neither Jo bo nor to put a ffuuittlliiK liWk IIi KiiolliiT1 way Hum xiv 7 11 Yet If ull who ro bleu to coiulder the welfare of other J are to lie clawed an children of the wicked one the number today In very very large and would Include the j names of many of earth great ones fur the titan who gives the other fel low much cotiHlderatlou In considered rather weak Thin U not to be won dered lit iimont the people who live t t only for this world hut It In most tin ChrlKtllke when seen In Christian who idiould ever bo found seeking the wel f fare of others rather thnu their own Ihll II 3 1- I 10G Through tliy knowledge ilioll the weak brother perish for whom Christ t JliJ but where ye iln to against her brethren and wound their weak cun olclice ye ion cnliiit Child There nit ninny weak ones easily 1uffoldel nUll those who are strong till IntlrmltleH of tho weak r and not please ourxclvcu Horn xv f 2 Christ dlwl tor all and Ills redemp tion U sutllolent fur the whole world tr lint becomes clllclcnt only to those who 1 believe or truly receive lain It the IncoiiHlKlencIca or unChrlHtllUcncss of a believer turn one who Homewlmt Intcreatetl away from Christ liiKtead oft drawing more fully to Him that would netin to Illustrate verse 11 lint It well to consider also a perishing that In Djiokcn of In chapters III 15 Ix 27 the perishing of ones works or service white the penson In saved saved as by lire scarcely wived Pet Iv 18 es caped with the Nkln of Ids teeth Job xlx It the flesh destroyed by Satan but the spirit saved In the day of the Iord Jesus I Cor v C There la only Otto foundation Jesus Christ and whoever U truly on that foundation can never perish John x 27it 111111 but every believer Is n builder and la dally building that which In compara bit to gold and sliver and precious stones or to wood hay tad stubble the former being uninjured by lire while till litter perishes All that Christ dues In us and through us will Htauil but all that self dues will prove wood liny nod stubble Paul knot that his goal could not be lost II Tim 12 but he also knew that his works might be disapproved or rejected and this uu desired to avoid I Cor Ix 27 13 wherefore It meat make my brother to offend I will eat no flesh while the world Htumleth lest make my brother to offend Or us in Itom xiv 21 It Is good nei ther to eat tlesh nor to drink wino nor anything whereby thy brother stunt bleb or Is offended or U anon weak Thu chief business of tilt Lords re deemed Is nut eating and drinking but n right relation to God our neighbors mill ourselves righteousness peace and Joy In the Holy Ghost Uom xlv 17 At Christ came to give lute and to give It more abundantly we must not be content with merely having life through Ills blood but we must be tilled with Ilia spirit us a tree Is tilled with sup and as the body la tilled with blood every part permeated und seek the same for others John x 10 Eph ya 18 I T1m1141 l ivt ITCHEL AYF CNATiAM000ALTr CujijrrluUt ISM by American IrtM AuocU tlonJ jno evening ns retreat was sound lingIt was the livening of tim colonels dupoMtion from his rank and command Jnkey walked into his telltMI1Y nurds bend was bowed down on his camp cot Hearing somu ono enter ho looked up and saw hits old friend hail Jakey been nnotlicr lay when liu saw the haggard look the strongly marked llnuHof KUtririiiK In tho fncobuforohim ho would Inivu shown somo mark of tie elect such n sight hind upon him Not bo Jukry Thero wax no expression 01I thor of gnqiribo or grie upon his unux protislvo counteimnco Hut tho night ofI oolldellluedlhllllcould Iw brought to think him guilty of any crime had u different effect on the late commander Ho reached out his hand tool tint of Jakey and drawing the boy toward him folded him in his nrlllil Tims do those who IIIu been do privet of their greatness go back for sympathy to thioso front whom tliey hMo farthest departed Maynard huM tho Joy against his breast while ho gave wuy to convnlnivo sobs such nil are unnsunl in a mat led only conm when saute mental struggle under nn intense grief Is relaxed nut sutTuring purmittotl to Rut control Not timer spoke Takeys prc enco renilndetl Maynard tho morn keenly of thono ho loved Ills mltul had been upon his wife and child Jnkoys coming brought also Swirls imago mid the trials and trl umphs which hti nnd Jakey anil Konrl had once pmmssel together unit trials mid triumphs bare in company weld linirtH Of nil who loved him only Ja key was there nnd on him alone could ho rely for comfort At last Jnkey wlthdruw lilniMilf front lie friends einbrncu Ho timid permitted Join to Indulge his grief for a few multi ute und tills ho considered quito long enough General ho began Ilo hind always called his chief general contending that ho was a general fluco ho com manded n brigade No mono of that Jakey I am only Maynurd now Mark Mayimnl Mark is n good enough namo for me Waal that dont make no differ You uud got th hamo 1I01yu arms n legs n all that liev y done th fust thing fo ter do WlmtM that Jakoy Toll Mrn Mayiiard- Jakey I cant Reckon shell hey tar know it sonic tlmoThvrort going to bo a battle No court can keep mo from shouldering a musket or wielding n saber Ill go into the tight thats coming and never Conic out of It Thou Buoll not need to know It What makes y think titers Roin ter bo u fight I would not have the intuition of n soldier It I did not Y1 haint General Hosey Nor do I need to bo General Ilosey to divine whats coming Do you sup hose I knew any inure atom war with eagles on my shoulders Matt III a lint vates uniform If there were wine tui pcrior being to look tutu thu heads of tho men composing this tinny mind read just thu rank in accordance with lltnei many n star would leave the shoulder where It now rests to alight on that of somo olMcuro private Waal of wo fight em wont wo whip cm- Jakey noticed that with the change of his friends mind froth his grief tu war them was nn immcdiato improve molt from tho terrible dllIru loll upon him Ho asked thu question for tho purpose of keeping Mayuards nttviition fixed for n time on war rather that for information Whip era Why Jakey woro scat tonal nil over creation Ho dipped his linger III n tin cup full of water end be gait to draw n rude map on tho top of nn extemporized table consisting of n square board untie on n stake driven in alto ground Heros tho Chickamangn flowing twtweeii theso two ridges Missionary and thu Pigeon mountain from south to north into tho Tennessee Critten dens corps Is hero nt Leo and Gordons mill Thomas corps has just passed through Stevens gap down lucre ten or a dozen miles from Crittenden whllo McCook is at Alpine 20 tidies away from Thomas Wo nro of hero near Reels bridge the tip of tho left wing 40 miles front McCook tho tip of tho right wing Ilragg is hero nt Lafayette on tho oast side of thu Pigeon mountains and opposite our center at Crawfish Springs whore ho can strike any ono of our corps separately Ito can ridu up on to the Pigeon mountains nnd looking down on the valley of tho Chickumauga see just whore wo Iwo located I wns up thcro myself thu other day with n roc onnoltering party nnd camu upon ono of Ills scouts looking at us very much ns ono would survey n barnyard of fat turkeys before Christmas Ho paused and Boemed lost in somn attendant problem Presently ho added absentlyAll Id Iw afraid of would bo de lay What dy1 moan by thoU asked Ja koy Maynard started I was thinking that I wns on tow other side ho said You see Jakey in u military point of view tho beauty of tho situation is all with the Confederates lion They can cut us up in detail Wbud ylio of y wor hiiu und l I Id drive n wetlgu right In hero between Thomas nnd Crittendenfl corps Id destroy first ono nod thou tho other After that Id eat my rations and Intvu plenty of thou to tako euro of McCook which is too far away oven to hear thu guns Thettid Iw husky said Jakoy pretending to catch huts friends entlin damn Pity twnsnt tother way awe had cm ns they got wo tins Mebho ef you uns wen In command of our nr my y moughtilo Komcpn fo ton change tit alteration uIrYes wliatd y do Thats u poser Jakey- Maynard studied his improvised map for awhilu without speaking as if it were a chessboard At last liu said General KdHOcrans I learn bias or Bored huts scattered columns concentrate ed at Crawfish Springs tie center of his lino Perhaps this is ns good u plan as any ut least If Bragg gives him timu enough to close up To uio two plans teem to bo open Quo is to demonstratu along tho Chicknmauga principally with cavalry while Whats demonstrate interrupted tho listener Mnkuufeint nfuss pretend to have n big force and only havo n littlo ono I would loavo the cnmpflres burning nt night to make them think I was still there nod draw my army away to Mis about ridge Moving baokwant on con verging lines WhatBthom Lies coming to n focus Whnt8 a focus- Confound it Jakoy well bo attack ed and whipped before I can maku you understand Those roads you see comu together at Chattanooga From Chatta nooga if necessary tho unity could bo crossed I thought wo uns was ufollerin them must observed Jakey surprised at the turn thu campaign had taken Jakey did you over hear of the man who held his adversary down by placing his nose between that adversarys teeth No Well thats tho way were hoMing our enemy but your remark leave to tho other side of thu problem Desper ate diseases rc ulru desperate rcmetlica If I were n general Ill never Iw on tho defensive if I could help it cast what it might It sets n maul to wondering what Ids enemy is going to do instead of doing Hoinethlng himself Now our Konthernmost column night bo pushed out heroputting his flnger on thu lino denoting the Georgia Central rai- lroadto cut thu Confederates nvcnno for supplies Bragg might turn ail crush t but ho can do that now fho trouble is Jakoy wu teal troops for quick marches Hying columns to move without catnip equipage Such u column down hero could strike retreat strike at another point and so confuso un cue my that he wouldnt know What was to happen next Jakey was too young to understand the phases of tow war problem in which Maynanls mind had becomo engrossed to the obliteration of his trial disgrace wife child friends comrades everything but tho gave that charmed him But Jakeys mind was as much on hue friend oa huts friends was on tho probe JIlItCV teas jmilcd loin old ho determined to go on foster hug tho awakened interest Unmindful of tho demonstration made thus far ho suddenly broke out Supposin I wor th general com mail II n tills hyar army u you uns wor thO genera comnmndiu tother army Now how would it do fo mo ter march out in tho niiddlo o tho right ha just knock tho Btnfllu right outn you uns Maynard smiled It suddenly occur roil to him how little Jakey know of tho gamo of war lijpw useless hail been his explanations What wound bo your plan of attack general ho asked wishing to humor tho boy Wait said Jakoy who nail no more idea of what ho was talking about tuna tho 14yoar old boy ho was I reckon Id put tho big guns in a long blue on top o th1 Pea Vino rlilgo hyar n jest scatter shot ha shop like chicken feed Maynard burst into a laugh Jakoy surveyed tho altered expression of his friends faco with his bright little eyes and chuckled but his own face was as imperturbable as usual General said tho boy commanders supposititious enemy what would you do if I were to draw my troops out of rangeJakey wns puzzled Ilo rondo n des peratu effort to conjuro up n reply Waal ho said presently I reckon Id just wait fo you uua ter do some puru Your ground would bo strong enough in itself but weak on tho Hanks espe cially your loft mini in caso of retreat you would have tho creek to cross in faco of nn enemy n hazardous under taking I would turn your loft and get possession of tho roads to Chattanooga Perhaps I could defeat you und force you to recross tho creek While you woro doing I would knock you to pieces If you succeeded in crossing you would find my troops in your rear between you nun Chattanooga Jakey iicither understood nor even beard a word his oupoueiit said but ho- looked as seriously studious over tho problem as if lie were tho general com manding Aro you whipped general asked Maynard Wind mobbo of I air whipped I dont know nothfn bout it ha Ill jift goon tlghtin till I haiku you uns think bet you nns air whipped Like Gaunt lit Plltshurg ltd thug i Tho rcferenco was lost on Jnitey lint it led him to think that liu hind inado n point Ho looked very wino nod said nothing Ho was thinking on n lino which hu feared might be of somo prac tical imiiortancu to his individual self IIo was not certain but that it would liu necessary for him to make the connect ing link III person between his friend and ids friends wife So he turned the conversation on lines of retreat Now supposiii ho said just tint posin I war busted right hyar howtl I Hit away That would depend on tho condition of things If I were thu general oppos ing you youll never get nwuy safely Id never stop till I had driven you into tho 1elllle leo river How could I get than from hyar This part of your army whero wo are now could only full back on Itoss villn Theru tho links would bo better protected for a stand You could go front Hussvillu to Chattanooga by this road pointing to it on the map If you should bo successful in keeping your enemy far enough from you und long enough you might cross thin river there and save your army You might perhaps stay thcro if not too reduced in numbers and if you could keep your lino of supply open This air th bridge Id cross th creek oil I reckon pointing to Heeds bridge on tho map Thats tho nearest from where wo r we- Waal general said JnkcyIn tone to i nd lento that tho of tho campaign was ended ef you one bust me Ill retreat thet away Nothing moro way said about tin im aginary campaign by either Maynards eye was fixed on his water map and ho was lost in study Jakey let Midi alone till ho saw that hn was drifting back to his trouble Thou ho endeavored load him into war again At last seizing n favorable opportunity tho boy suggest propriety of sending sonic mes sage to his wife Time enough for that after the fight was all Maynard would say Jakey was discouraged He knew that if his friend lived after tho fight it would not be his own fault x e e e Jakey considered himself bound in honor to report to Mrs Maynarti her husbands condition not only on nc- count of hub promise made her on thu evening of lugs departure for tho front but because ho bad a vague unforniu bated notion that there are certain exi gencies wicro only women can do poincpu and ho knew that tho general required lute wifes attention Mounting Tom ho tot off toward Koss vlllo rcmrmtwriug by tbo water map that time right hand road led there It wits about 11 oclock ut night when ho reached Kwsville Ho determined to rest there a few hours and making for a cavalry camp got on thu soft side of a sergeant and turned in with his natural associates tho soldiers Ja key asked tho guard to waken him at 3 oclock at which time after a bite fur uialied by ills friend tho sergeant and a feed for Tom bo sot off toward Chat tanooga At daylight ho crossed the Tennessee river und was soon on his way across tho nook of Moccasin point toward bis destination As Jakey approached tho plantation it occurred to him for tho first time that tho information ho pare was not pleasant for him to give to any one espe cially a woman and that woman thu generals wife Hocfcon situ nusll bo skoerod when sho sees me ho unuttered to himself I dont liku this business iiobow Won der I didnt think o this bofo Wish war sonic nn tor toll her Mobbo Ill Sonri first Ef I do Ill lot her telLBut Jakoy was not so lucky Ho reached thu plantation just before break fast time and as Laura Maynard cast a glance from her chamber window she saw hint ride up to the veranda Sho remembered well tho promise she bad extracted from Jakey aud knew in a moment that ho was tho bearer of sotto bad news Putting her band on her heart to stop its thumping sho ran down stairs stud out on to tbo veranda Tbo boy dismounted nnd carne up the stopsOh Jakey what is it Now Jakoy had his own methods of carrying his points and whether or no they wore original or ingenious bo car tied them Sometimes his parrying was very clumsy It was so now He must gain timo at nil hazards What air what Theres something happened to tbo colonol I know it Toll uio tho worst nntIIOW Mrs Maynard tbo general bo haint dead nohow Thank heaven bo lives Is bo ill or wounded Is the wound mortal Or is his illness dangerous Will be recover Ob toll mo toll mol Which mi o thorn air questions shell I answer fast Souri came out on to the veranda and seeing Jakey took him into her arms What are you doing hero Jakoy sho asked Reckon I air astandin on ter th gallery jest now Mark is ill wounded heaven knows what exclaimed Laura Ho wont toll utoa Sho clasped her bands ami trembledJakey dont give Mrs Maynard pain by keeping her in suspense Toll her Hut Souri dreaded to havo her friend hoar hail news ns well as Jakoy dreaded to give it- WAaI said Jakoy cornered th1 general he air dIlobstinate Obstinate I Yn What do you mean Jakoy asked encouraginglyWaal bo reckons thers goin ter bo n big fight n lies goin fo tor git blsscif killed Heavousl exclaimed Laura What docs it nil mean Means Miss DaIIIIMiss Bagged cried hag So its something about her Its all bout her Toll uio what you mean this instant said Laura with flashing eyes By this timo Jakoy had got to a point whero hn could begin to tell his story Hu did so after thu following fashion Miss Baggs she wor kctchcd takin th telegraphs offn thO wires n turned over ter th general Tho general ho wanted ter turn her over ter headquar tern but they was too smart for him They tolo him ter try her hr kill her Tho cruel monsters cried Laura Maybe Jakeys got it wrong Theyll not bo likely to express it that way said Souri Reckon thcts bout it with a spy anyhow Th general ho tried tier but whets it como ter killiu lien ha wasnt tlmr The noblo maul It is just like him from Laura Thou bu found out bet she was a sister of a old friend o hisn Who was that from Laura Mr Fitz Hugh Caroline Fitz Hugh Heckon Who is she asked Souri of Laur- aII never saw her I know who sho if though Then th general bo dressed hisself like n private sojer u bu n Corporal Ratigan Corporal Hatigan exclaimed Sour Yas bo 1i Corporal Hatigan they run her over th lines Well front Laura breathlessly Th general ho confessed n they tried him V Jakey hesitated Sentenced him ter 1Jo Oh Soon help mol Aud Laura tottered ugalust her friend Ter Iw cashiered Do toll mu what it isgasped Lau ra looking imploringly at Sour I dont know What is it Jakey Boiu dropped OUt1i th service And is that all cried Laura hys terically Only dropped out of tho service nUll for doing a noble act Poor Mark I know that bo will consid er this n terrible disgrace but to rue it is a blessing Now can show him how I love him mud dropping her head on Sonris shoulder shu burst into a tor rout of tears CHAPTER XXIL TILE mum OUX AT CHICKAMAUOA Mark Maynard way passing the first night attar his sentence Jakey had left hint after their discussion of tho cant paign to relapse into gloom Hu blew out his candle and threw himself on his camp cot Sleep would not como The events of the past few days caracol ed fantastically before him like an ar my of cavalry goblins in review They had scarcely got by before they turned and came cantering back again Toms they marched null countermarched till midnight and still no sign of sleep Maynard tossed and turned and pitied for day Aud what would it bring forth Surely n battlo could not bo much lon ger delayed and with n battle there was a chance for oblivion Scratching a match ho reached for his watch It was 13 oclock Ho felt that ho could no longer bear thosu low peaked canvas walls above him He must get out under tbo broader canopy Lighting his candle he noticed the uni form of Private Flanagan ill which ho lad aided tho escape of Caroline Fit Hugh Ho put it ou and throwing back tho tent Slaps stepped out into tow night The sky was covered with thin clouds behind which tho moon shone giving a light between darkness nUll moonlight Ho set out toward tbo front Passing out of huts own immediate camp ho ns condod the slope of Pea Vine ridge which stood dark against tho eastern sky Climbing to ono of its highest points whero bo could overlook tho Pea Vino valley ho seated himself on n rock and gave himself over to medita tion Around hint was tho dark circle of the horizon whllo above was tom great dome Beneath him on tho east ern slope of tom ridge were tho Union outposts beyond which slept n Coufed orate nrmy Back of him in tho valley of tho Chickamauga were the Union troops tho two armies making in all lOOOpO souls There camu n distant rumbling from tbo south It grew faded was lost and reappeared tho unmistakable rattle of d train It came on slowly front a dis tance of several miles tho rolling of the trucks tho panting of tho locomotive growing louder tho while till it reached u point directly east of where hu vas sitting nnd a few miles south of Run gold There it could not only bo heard but scout by him Ho watched it move on up the road and nt last it was lost in Ringold Ho listened to hear if it went farther but the sound did not recom mence Scarcely hind tho train stopped when another was hoard coming from the sane direction It too camo on was lost for a timo in tbo tunnel nnd pass lug north topped whore tho other had stopped Then came a third and a fourth nil moving in time saute direction In loss than nn hour Maynard counted five trains all of which stopped at Ringold He rose from his seat There ho exclaimed pointing to Ringoldj is a point from which if lam not mistaken lucre will soon condo an attack on our lines Thoy aro bringing troops in those twills to mass thom on our left where there is so little to oppose them If tho trains were going south it would rrguu that tho enemy wero retreating Com ing north means that they are going toI take the offensive It looks to mo us if this rapid moving of mon at this hour meant n daylight attack right lucre on tho left If so there is no limo to lose I must get Lack and givu a warning He walked rapidly in the direction of L fJ u KectVs bridge and coming to the head quarters of tho commanding officer of limo troops he sought found un aid who was on duty all night tho general being upprchcnsivo in his exposed position nod wishing to bo called at the slightest sign of an attack To him Maynard re counted what ho had seen and thu gen eral was awnkenod and informed IIu turned n willing ear to Maynards cau tint nod at once ordered that the mrii IK aroused tho horses fed mud hreakfnrt IIndITO BK COTTINUBD do you suppose dip into that bulk before you buy it Lion Coffeecomes tight es no chance for handling- or dirt or things to get in- 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ran trend a much or little an they choose on living expenses It pays to have a little extra money toralecl ores books and otherthlngi But the necessary expenses lire only as follows To pay the first day HAU KALI School Incidental Fee 34m 31 Ex Hospital Fee 25 pence etc about 2 00 2 W General Deposit 19IFurnished Room fuel 21 Font Months Board 6 iw uo Living Foo TiToo termpeusp1b0 Beginning M Mo Board 6 00 Beginning Sd ilo Board 5 00 5 00 2SM asou Genl Deposit returned 00 00 Total Expertise la Week 87 00 STIR For those belowJA Grammar dc luct the W for books and ft from Incidental lee making the otal only S4BO When lour girls room together each saves H or more on room suit fuel making the total roily uaSO It classed below A Grammar Room end fuel cost ono dollar more tn the Winter term Two rooms for housekeeping with stoves etc ran usually bo rented far from ft toG a term The price of n big calf a little tuntmrk or a few homespun bedcovers will give a term of school which will change olios whole life for the better rONEMINUTEOne Minute Cough Cure gives relief In One minute because It kills the microbe which tickles the mucous membrane caus log the cough and at the same time clears the phlegm draws out the Inflammation partsOnelungs wards off pneumonia and is a harmless and never falling cure In all curable cases of Coughs Colds and Croup strangulationdurtnrsecured a bottle of One Minute Couch Cure and her three doses half an hour apart The croup mastrred and our little dullne speedily recovered rSYsIcannot pnlsa One Minute Curl too much wind It has dons In our familyA L SpafforM master Chester Mich Prepared by E O DeWITTA CO CH- ICAGOCROUP 4 l LJTHECITIZEN r J I LOCAL AND PERSONAL I The widow Rice Depot street is sickaL It makes our hearts glad to seo so many confessing the Lord Jesus be fore men Rev M K Pasco preached at Wal lace chapel for Rev Sturgill Sunday morning last Mrs Magnolia Nunn daughter of Humphrey Hill died Tuesday night after n very brief illness Louis Lester manager of the elec trio light plant at Corbin Ky is here visiting his mother and sisters Kelly Walden has decided to locate 1iuBerea and will work with his cousin J E Dalton at the blacksmithing trade Mrs D N Welch has so far recovered from her long illness as to be able to attend church services last SundayMr Miller of Nicholasville was here Saturday and Sunday the guest of Messrs Chester Erwin antli William Toomey Miss Lizzio Howard and Goo Eag er left here Friday for Jellico TennI hue they were married at 7 oclock time same evening i Roy H F Aulick will remain in Berea over next Sunday and fill the morningkClark who lives on Silver 9Creek is proud of his last crop of tur nips The average weight of two turnips which he brought to this office was nearly four pounds Mrs E P Fairchild and daughter Adelaide are making an extended vis it with relatives in Dundee Ill be fore joining Air Fairchild in their new home in Suffern N YI0 P Green formerly foreman of a carpenter gang which retimbered the tuuuel and moved the Depot died atI Winchester on last Thursday after a short illness All who knew him feel his loss By n vote of 6 to 1 the Madison Fiscal Court in called session lastj Saturday granted the Blue Consolidated Traction Company anJ extension of time to July 1 in which to begin work on their proposed route through this county Frank L Washington of Buffalo N Y brother of Mrs A W Titus has come to Berea for an extended visit with his sister Mr Washington was a student in Berea College in lK to 1S95 and is now a prosperous business man of Buffalo 1Little Elizabeth Short assisted by her teacher Miss Rose Miller enter tainedabout a dozen of her little friends on Saturday from two to four oclock p m in honor of her seventh birthday Outdoor and indoor games and light refreshments were the order of the evening Another new feature of THE CITIZEN begun last week is two columns onI second page devoted to the opinions 1ofsuch leading men as Pres Carl Schunnau and Prof Fernow of Cornell University and others on important subjects These columns are given up this week to the opinions of Rev Hi W Pope on an exceedingly important subject Rev H Y Harvin district super f ChildJquarters at Louisville was in Berea interFltchildrtJU The cause was presented churches and collections r worn taken This society supplied l 175 children with homes last year and U a work which certainly deserves the hearty support of the people of Ken tucky Rev Harvin filled the pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday night COLLEGE ITEMS Miss Grace Maiden received telegram this week calling her to the bed- sidet of a sick brother at Bridgeport Couti Pros Frost returned Friday from his Eastern trip He was met at the station and escorted to his home by the College Band Prof S C Mason has been notified of his election to the Vice Presidency for the State of Kentucky of the Amer ican Foresty Association which held its annual meeting for the election in Washington City last month Miss Louise Bradly of New Haven Conn a graduate of Smith College of the class of 1902 was so well pleas ed with Berea College at her recent visit that she has returned and enter ed College for a course in Pedagogy tl I t r She expects to fit herself as a pri mary teacher The interest of the students and public in general for the next two weeks will be centered nround the forthcoming joint debate between of tho leading literary societies of twoI College On Friday Fob 20 at Tabernacle three representatives of the Phi Delta society will meet a corns sponding number representing Alpha Zeta society to debate the thoI tion Resolved That the of England is superior in form and operation to the government of the United States Phi Delta will uphold the affirmative and Alpha Zeta the negative of the question 0f CORRESPONDENCE I N NHN MNN N MIDDLEPORT 0 Rev R A Strauss has been called to Point Pleasant W Va and is expected to move in the spring We roe gret to lose such a good pastor and wife from our midstMr and Mrs Johnnie Adams and sister Lena weru surprised recently by a crowd of thir ty boys and girls All had an enjoy able time Three courses were serve ed at 11 oclock Rev R Lowe of the A M E church has begun a revival service Miss Erin Warruu who has been on the sick list is able to be out aguinRev R A Strauss is holding a revivalat Kerr OMr Johnnie Adams and Miss L Adams of Maysville Ky returned home after an extended visit with their sister Mrs R A Strauss They loft on tho steamer Henry M Stanley We wish them a welcome return back to our city JACKSON COUNTY SAND GAP The making of crossties and staves seems to be the order of the day at this placeG W Powell passed through hero a few days ago buying bogsMr Jacob Gabbard paid our town a flying visit on the 6th inst Mr Jacob Hillard who has been very ill is some better now and it is hoped will soon be out ogainMrd M B Gabbard has a fine boyMr A P Gabbard expects to sell his stora and property or exchange them for a blue grass farm in tho springySuccors to TUB CITIZEN and many KERBY KNOB The Sand Gap and Kerby Knob Sundayschools are the two schools near here that have survived the winter storms and bad roads The others will be revived with the coming of springThe heavy rains of last week raised the streams higher than they have been for nearly ten years Many fences were carriedaway some mills were injur ed more or less severely It is said that the sum total of damage to A Roses property mills fences etc is 600 Other property was not so bad ly damaged Mrs Ben Durham is suffering from something like paraly sis Mrs Jane Sparks is ill but is recoveringD C Sparks has gone to his old home at Drip Rock on business errandMADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAINS Mrs S B Gooch left Tuesday night for Danville Ill whore she will join her husband Alfred Johnson is in Hamilton 0 Mrs Jim Chas teen is very lowMiss Jennie Bur dette was at Sundayschool Sunday Luther Maupin spent Sunday with the Baker boys Burt Johnson spent Saturday night with Jesse Moore The large pine tree in the old Jarcuen yard was uprooted during the wind and rain storm of labt wetJkIr Joe Corsillos and wife and Mr Percival and family spout Sunday with Mr and Mrs Thomas McKetthau Jesse Kinuard spent Friday evening with Mr Johnson and familyClaud Fortune is on the sick list this week Miss Mary Gabbard and Miss Fan nie Todd and brother spout Saturday night with Misses Bertha and Mollie Johnson WALLACETON Mr Henry Lanson and wife left last week for Mansfield lIlTom Todd and sister Fannie and Mary Gabbard visited Misses Bertha and Mollie Johnston last Saturday and Sunday David McCollum and sister Mrs Duck attended their regular meeting at Richmond Feb 2Mrs Rhoda Ralston who has been quite sick is out again Gib GafFney and family moved to Lowell last week JU McWhorter went to Illinois last week taking with him 16 horses Bert Guinn entertained number of nightILee J 1 L Duck Saturday Born to Mr und Mrs Dan Gnbbard on Jau 11 a bouncing baby girlMrs L Boliii wife of David Boliu passel peacefully into tho haven of rest Friday morn iug She has been a patient sufferer for teu months She loaves n hus band and one child to mourn her loss Tho burial took place nt Wallace chapel Saturday nt 11 n mChnrlio- Williams was the guest of Oscar Gab bard Saturday and Suudny Lizzit Ponder is still very sickMiss Katie Wylie was the guest of Miss Bessie GafTuoy Saturday nud SundnyNoal Anglin was getting ready to call on his best girl last Sunday and brushing his Sunday best his sister intend ing to help him brushed his hip pocket Her hand caused his pistol to go off Hhotiug him in the leg and wounding him badly but not fatally Reuben Bakor and family of Mt Vernon have moved to Wallnceton and occupy the Wallnco property ROCKCASTLE COUNTY SCAFFOLD CANE J E McNolloy is cutting cord wood for J W ToddMr Basic Todd has moved his sawmill to J W JIEland III the last two years is homo again Messrs Willie and Bob Shearer and Isaac Will wore the guests of J S Waddle Sunday Miss Maggie Dougherty visited Miss Minnie Waddle recentlyMrs Mina Davis visited homofolks Friday Messrs J S Wntldlo nUll Rollto Davis went to Berea on business Saturday Mr W T Lakes was on Clear Creek Thursday ou business ROCKFORD W R Stephens went to Boren last week Born to Mr and Mrs J W McCollom on Feb Sa flue boy The Misses Todd visited Miss Virpjn Martin last Saturday uightAtr Gadd of Scaffold Cane called at Rockford Saturday evening Messrs J W Todd and W U Stephens say they are the best looking men on Scaffold CnnoJ J Martin and J Grant are having a Hue time fox hunt ing Mrister John Stephens called to see J W Todds boys last Sunday sveuing There were services at West Scaffold Cane last Saturday conducted by Mr W C Ogg Rev F P Bryant was called us moderat orMrs Htlen Guiuu is on tho sink 2dogstlBanlahMASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Rev Travis Johnson of Washington is critically ill ut this writing and is not expected to liveMiss Ketura Bulger was iu town Saturday Miss Pearl Perkins spent Saturday with Miss Strawder There will be a supper and u Valentine postolDce at the Bethel church Saturday beginning at four oclock p m Every one is invited to come aud bring a vales tiueMrs Angle Steward is the guest of Mrs Nancy Steward of Uords HillMr William baser of Dayton Ohio visited his grandmoth ur Mrs Betsy Burns of E Fourth St Mrs Anna Johnson of Indianapolis lad is visiting Miss Margnret Rob inson of Lexington StProf C G CincinnatItiSimms spout Saturday and Sunday in Augusta visiting Rev Southgate and family Mr Samuel McKiuevin who has been sick during tho past week is much better at this writing GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE- Mr and Mrs J B Carter halo roe turned from tho cityMiss Rebecca Wells of East Bornstndt is visiting Miss Milda Napier Mrs F Koeh lor and brother 0 L of Paint Lick visited their parents A J Hammack and wlfo of this place Sunday Mrs Lou Montgomery and son Bradley ire on the sick listW H Smith bought some nice cattle from Clint Hoskins of Harmon Lick at about 3 a hundredCorn and fodder seem to 30 in great demand Corn 2 fod der lOc Hogs scarce at f i Bud fijo J C Napier bought a few at 6c The Busy Bee Every head of clover consists of about sixty flower tubes each of which contains an infinitesimal quantity of sugar Bees willoften visit 100 different heads of clover before retiring to the hive and in order to obtain the syjar necessary for a load must therefore thrust their tongues into about 0000 dif ferent flowers A bee will take twenty trips u day when the clover patch is convenient to the hive and thus will draw the sugar from 120 000 different flowers in the course of a single days work WINTER HOUSE PLANTS HIMT to Itnlur Ilonor For the llnnip From Hiilbn The flowers that grow train bulbs irt well suited to Indoor pinlenlni says the New York World Hyacinth In nil their pretty lutes will koip In liloiiin throughout tin winter tulips will grow with vivid tutor n reward for a little attention while the Jonquil narcis sus anti crocus spring ImrliliiRerH will ml tnkt the wuriii room fur sun shim thawed earth nnd peer forth win n nil outdoors frozen The pink anti yellow primrose grown well In small pots anti lendn graceful iidornnient u table Calla lilies are universal favorite Smllnx nnd Ivy can be trained to throw their Kraeeful sprays wherever most desired A hardy plant called the WanderliiK dew Is HI true to Its name that trout a few small cuttings It will oiirrad In n few weeks nil over the face of the earth that surrounds It told roam at will round Its flowerpot or vnsc Chrysanthemums should surely not be omltteil from a list of winter douse plants Transplant them before frost let their new soil be just like their old soil give them water In moderation with sunlight In abundance and your chrysanthemum corner will be a thing of bounty and a joy all through the winter flow tn Clean Mxlit Kid Gloves First rub with cream of tartar leave for an hour and then rub with pow tiered alum and fullers earth mixed In equal proportions Next day brush them till the powder Is removed and finish by rubbing with dry oatmeal to which n little powdered whiting has been added afterward wiping this off with n dry cloth blow IK Sleep Contfortiiblr M A Faro n French scientist has undertaken to teach us how to sleep bays the New York American He tins experimented scluntltlcnlly In the art of sleeping comfortably As n result he advises the abolition of the pillow and the bolster The only natural bar sition fur ono to as niMi while Nipping U the horizontal Ilrnt tine must iM used to sleeping without a ItuUtcr Tin next step he says In tn reinow Hi It Ion for not until thou will tu troIlatlon of the blood lie fore should be In further fXpliimill a IIsays that the pillow mid bolster k the head and neck ut all nliituriuil angle and that couse iuently the I4llIHff entire lady remains during the night In an uncomfortable iiosltlon mid mw which ImiMHles the free course of the blood through the vessels and organs llotr to Cure Caturrb Salt will cure catarrh It used IMT Elsteutly Make a solution as strong aa can bv easily borne and snuff It up Into one nostril at a time retaining It there n second or two It should be used three times a day and the water must be slightly warmed How tu Open a look Hold the book with Its back on a smooth or covered table let the trout board down then the other holding the leaves in one hand while you open a few leaves at the back then a few at the front and on alternately open tug back and front gently pressing open the sections till you reach the cen ter of tho volume Do thIs two or three times and you will obtain the best results says Modern Bookbinding Open the volume violently or carelessly In nay one place and you will likely break the back mind cause a start In the leaves Never force the back of the book lloir to take Indian Sandwiches Put a cupful of chopped ham In a chopping bowl or mortar with two tae blcsx onfuls of creamed butter a dash of paprika a tablespoonful of Indian chutney u tablespoonful of vinegar from prepared horseradish and a tae blcspoouful of timely minced chervil found to a paste and spread on but tered thin slices of bread llotr to lleuovnte Chair To renovate willow or rattan chairs that have become soiled with age and uso wash off every bit of dust In all the Interstices and with a soft lung haired brush tint the entire surface with oak green stain sienna or sienna and vaudykc brown This must be done with great care so its to cower eve cry particle of the surface This treatment Is suitable for willow because It will take stain but rattan which Is less porous requires to be painted or enameled Whether stAin or paint Is used varnish heightens the luster How to Keep Milk Sweet A tiny pinch of carbonate of soda or salt put Into the milk as soon as It ar rives will help to prevent It from turn lug sour and It It seems Inclined to turn and Is slowly heated to nearly boiling point and a pinch of carbonate of soda then stirred In the sourness will disappear Some people also add a tiny pinch of sugar How to Do Up Napkins Time Kreuch way of doing up napkins and other table linen Is much ulcer than ordinary starching Wash In the usual way rinse and blue and then while very wet Iron with a very hot Iron first on tho wrong side to throw up the pattern and then on the right side to polish The linen should be perfectly dry when finished By the woy the best parts of old tablecloths It hemmed make excellent polishers for silver and plate How to Remove Vmniliiu Stalls Varnish stains may be removed from the hands and also from the brushes with which It Is applied with spirits of wine First wash with a little spirit and then after wiping with a raic wash thoroughly lii soapy water j TILE MARKETS 1ft nETOKTKn A O NORMAN A CINCINNATI February CATTLEComnnon200 gh 100 ButchersII36 tff 411 tft 17- 6CALvssChoieo660 UH Large Commonir m 4r Hoos Common fifiO S liti0 Fair good light 40 06- 0acking070 61K- SHEKP Good to choice 110 Common to fair 1200 g ttfjO LAUDS Good to choice liilli Common to fuir400 ft r Jr ViiKATNo2Kwi 7Ji in CORN 4f li 11 OATS No 2 mixed1I 8 381 RTKNO 2 uS FLOOR Winter imt ut870 1W 0 fancy HKO r 8 HI 1amily2t5 816 MILL FEED 1800 2010- RATNo i mm S us orTimothy No2 14H inOO No1 Clover60 1225 No2 iioonno PODLTRT Young chickens II Hoary lions IOj Roosters fj Turkey 1ft Ducks 13 Eons Fresh near by 2- 0Hor1Vot salted 71 No dry salt Bull 7 1 Sheep skins HO 70 TALLOW Prime city Oj m Countryti U BO YEARS- EXPERIENcg nAC MAnns- D 611JC- OPI1ICHTS c AnTnn iSt lit d i urur fi trey an th ear a r un- lnmerwl lf mtaor iHU 1Iv j rPa f adot iu T for n uny a Cr- pnIMenu ta IbriutfU Muim 1 t s wr nb tr d Scientific JJttie Ican- a Sulnmalrlllslrr1 Ur Ierwl Nr MUllon if unr memlBc utal fH c M a f rr Mwliii IL ttiji nwdra1et- MUNN CQOsiDroaJs New York loocn 5e CT y et WN5M5s k r OUR TRAM HAKNKrfS varies in style and finish according to price but at all figures theres good value Tho stock used throughout is good oaktnuncil leather Tho trimmings whether of nickul brass rublcr or iron are of excellent quality Tho workmanship visible and invisible is flintclass Thin harness will wear out but it wont breakout Double Wagon Harness 1500 and up Buggy Harness 5 750 9 JO 12 15 1750 20 25 30 35The best line of Work Col lars that you can find andat the lowest prices T J Moberly Richmond Ky West End Meat Market For Frcwli Meats Salt Meats f Sliced Ham Lord Sausage Vegeta tiles etc Highest price for Country ProdnceIR H ROYSTONrlIIhone u Orto ate iiici 1111 A fury The Fa1q DoWiltH Littln Early RiNora do not gripo nor weaken till Hyutein They euro bilioumieuM jaundice lon stipation and inactive livers by nrotiH lug the HccrotioiiH moving time Ixjwelfl gently yet effectively and giving such tone anti strength to tho glandx of the stomach liver nnd boweU that tho caiiHO of tho trouble IB removed en tiruly Those famous Httlo pilU vxerl a decided tonic effect upon the or 11I involved and if their use in continlllilI t for a few days there will ho no return of tho trouble For sale by Hast End Drug Co NOT IN ANYTRUST SIao1 n WI r ll laid rhnMlrrellry IK nfurl bynhurtles to the tllrct slat THE NEW HOME SEWINQ MACHINE CO lunl iilernln Iriil nr r inliliiatloii wo wl t ouiiri tln imiilr lluit tlurv U no truth In erh 110rtA woo have 111 ttuimltaelutlug MWIIIB iiHHliliiMfnr ivi riiiUiirtrr r a rtntu ry end bier elahltIel a rrimluUcm rur our v 11111 unr 111011 flea ll the torr oru ulliini Our AVir Ilinnr liuchlua lull IH vvr l lirlMilril unit fullllly Ilinrhllirlt ands nt UIIrIIIIIUI llruilr Hvrllig nut IIIIH ntnl i luutlKHi IU uirit menu TII AVir 1rInr In thfontu rrnllv- HHiH JlttlUSrtclltV J1ilrl ne oil the iiutrkrt- II In mil imrMury fur ii lornUr Into a tniit to Parr unr atilt ur fur any ilcbu a we love nu debts to iMy 11r Lave nevrr rnteml liU mm Utluii with iiiHinirix tunTxif low gruel rlnuprnachfilnlllal sr trade to sill regard In of stay Intnilk tnrrlU IVl nut Iw dp een eel wlwii rN want u Mwlns liiaclilhr dimt end yiMir IIKHHV uwny farm liuiiia tail on u Vr r Ilium Itntlrr he run aril you n better inurlilm fur Ioto lli iiyoi can urcliM rlM wlire If lli n K u diulrr near you wale I1ln t lout THE NEWHOMESEWINO MACHINE CO ORANOE MASS Nrw ark Clilmrn IIIHL iaarls Mik AtUll 1Alla ItuliHf itar5FranctuvtT1L SISCO COI HlGlolasTllle Ky LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Tble In Effect Nov 18 1802 lljrLeave ii rfArrivoliilnc North Train n Dally Leave Ifcrwi 118ti n Arrive Richmond 1210 am Arrive Paris 318 p in Arrive Cincinnati It 00 p m inllie South Tmln t Rally J avo lioiva Itp in Arrive Livingston218 p ni Gulag South Train n Leave Duron 11 SO p aIiJtArrive Livingston12 SO Trains No and No 5 Make nection nt Livingston for Jollico nodftho South with No 21 and No 27 1 J W Stephens Ticket AgentI== Ir We li m tly obtain t I and lurvlini 1 II i IfreerCIrt forGroceries Vegetables Fruits PRESTON 00 and Candies Main Street Boron Ky C M COYLE elehtHI Secondhand Household and Kitchen Furniture Upholstering nnd Repairing nil kinds of Furniture Box couches and mattresses made to order Lowest cash prices JrJr Biamiaman Wellsolected stock of Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoos and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Nuvon Laundry rA br4t ix L7 7 lr ircvlVtsK aev aSa fr Nvn