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JAMES M I A Independent Weekly Editor anti Unvoted to the Kntrtut ct thf 1 ztI n Kntn aan ERTHE CITIZENA- n THE HOME 60 luloreflts CENTS FARM A of VEARI A SCncOLI jYO IV A Family Vapor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY III 1903 Fifty ofiitfl a year NO 3IIIDEAS Trip help to mivo from tumbles It is butter to tot good example huii to follow burl ono Soino mens vinlom overflown hoe Iliiidu their capacity is small Tliu jjront htiHiuoss of each genera thou ill to hula nod provide for tho next FROM THE WIDE WORLD A1i1iOcihli01i1ill Tho npjoml court ul Dresden ltn KrnntiHl Grown 1rinco Frederick o Snxony H divorce from Princess Louise vlio oloped with M Oiron Thu hlamo in otlicinlly placed on tlio IrinclIIIIProtocols hnvo boon signed by the aural lowers England Germany and Italy and Iho blockading voxsolH hnvo Htiiimiud awuy from the Vonruelan torts Eight creditor nulintiH willIoppose tho preferential dtmiandri f till allies Iwforo Thu llagiio tribunal IN OUR OWN COUNTRY TIll legislature of Illinois Kausis TOIIIICHSCO mid Wisconsin favor tint election of United Static senators by thu direct rote of the poo pie TIll great blizzards in thu North lunt hurl been followed by inlentO cold thu thermometer ranging front 2t to Ol dogmti below zero Bill alloying fnnduy bnnelmll wn ikfiHted in IudiauuNeunte by actio of nun member ill ket piig plodgu his o nUn and refusing to voto General Booth tho Sal vntion tinny i hill was paid high honors at Wnnli ington Pres Roonovolliind Soniitor llaiina entertained in hit honor Thu now Department of Oommerco IIIIH IKOII cumin at Washington which rills furiinnther cabinet olliwr Ueorgo U Cottolyou at present trat d ry to till Provident hay been nominated for the now position aui his nomiiiHtiou conllnntd Ly tho SenateLieut Guttural Nelson A Milers oumtnnmler of thu L S army and party arrived in New York urtlrn fir months trip nroil nil the world Mlleti wan especially Impressed wit the Japanese army and the Siberian railroad COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tho holding of tho State Encamp nitiit of tho Urand Army of the Ho- public Department of Kentucky Inn been cot for May HI and M nt Louis yule Tho commercial coat mined in Kentucky during last ywir was JllMliGG short tout an increase ot liMrf l tons over 1101 Tho output and in crease are the greatest for any year in tilt States history Chas E Sugg county itiperiiitond out of louder on county who has announced himself as candidate for State Miperiutondont of Public Instruction Btibjjct to tho forthcoming Democratic Statu primary has the strong aod unqualified endorsement of tho papers of his county Following tho example of tho Jof foreou anil Carroll county fiscal courts which appropriated 53000 and 5100 rospoctively toward the 100000 St Louis WorldH fair fund for the Kentucky building and exhibit the other fiscal courts over the State nmI generally oxpected to donate liberally to this fund al their uoxl session Gon Basil W Duke of Louisville who win ru oiitjy offered n Federal Ciicull Judgoshlp by Pros ROOSOVO t and declined bocauso ho was pledgou to support Mr A E Wilson and Judge DuRolIu for Iho position has been released from thin pledges nndI may again bo offered tho appointment Ho refuses to say whether ho would accept Tho building committee of thuI Kentucky Exhibit Association hits after two weeks careful IItudor tho bytito thoir iniutl is tho best of the wholo number for the Kentucky building al the St Louis Worlds fair Vo oxI pect in an early issue to givo our rend ers tho privilege of looking at n pic taro of this building as it will appear when finished Tho building will cost 40000 a IA YEAR NTHE PHILIPPINES IllrISpecial to Toe CITIZEN lligau P L Dec 2fl lK2 I have now had a years experience in tho Philippines as n soldier and can luok back upon sown hard times and Homo good limps On Doc Hi HKM wo lauded ill the Philippines at Bncore about six miles from Manila It w a strange sight to me to see the roe and grass green and growing as in frouBacoto to DiiNmnrmac about Iwovo miles distant 1 was expecting that Filifany wu beau lit Dasmarinns a week or two I decided thorn wax no tune tango than thero was at homo plowing in thin oltilluili I very soon got acquaint ed with all the natives in that neigh borhood I learned to talk their Ian gungo a little and began to have good limo wilh thom Often I wont dlout hunting when wasnt busy at pjarters flint stopped al ono Xf their IminboD shacks to gut a lunch The would kill a chicken and boil some eggs alill rice Rico in their favorite lisle Wo were quartered at DaNinarinas for four months without doing a tiling We then olartod on a hiko to Hntangues proviuiu in search of Gen oral Malvor ono of thoiiiHiirrectionist KouuniN A body of about 10XX American soldiers were soon concen trated at Lwpa bout on capturing Gen Mhlror who was thought to ho- hiding ill tho Labaw mountains with a ThnI start wax madtt at once Hiking ern thooo big mountains put mo in mini of Hpiirrol hunting in this mountains of Kentucky On this lake wu bat sawn of tho terrible things which are connected with war Everything that was standing in this shape of a house or crop wax horned and thou and women and children arcs taken print nacre No lens than iWOOOO bushels of rico wore burned The first ser nuta ers clad lhift Hii women with all sizes of children When wo camped tha night it way very cold and twine morning tho wholu bunch died from the exposure Wo made notices car poniebx leaving us nothing to carry except our guns and lOll rounds of ammunition In this way wo hiked for thirtythree days over those trails and ravines but not an insurrectionist could we Sea Finally wo guru it up and returned to when our garrison was stationed and remained there until Ot 6 Wo were then ordered to Mindanao Island about IiOO miles from Manila Upon reaching Mindanao Island we were statioiuHJ at lligau Major Bui lards biittaliou of this USth infantry t which includes companion I K Laud IIIjrnntryTho road will bo 25 miles long and is through rocks and mountains Wo havoalrundy been working two months and havu only completed about 5 wiles of it In thin ilve miles com pleted there are fourteen bridges When finished to Lake Mindanao tho road will ho of great benefit to tho natives and all those who have settled or may settle hero I do not believe that any more American soldiers will ho killed hero in battle for everything is calm and quiet now Thoro nro lots of wild deer and wild boars hero and about JOOOOO monkeys This is a good corn country and lots of watermelons unit sweet potatoes cau ho raised Tho timber hero is Jillotho trees rouging from 100 to 200 ft ill height end not knot to bo cecii I have n friend hero from Heron by the nnmo of Fred Lunsford who is second cook ill Company L lie is getting supper now Fred IIIII liars good times together talking about the ups and downs wo used to bare in old Jackson county Fred says this three yours experience in tho army will teach him to stay at home whore ho can get n good mpiaro meal once in n while I too shut bo glad when my timo if out and I can come homo and to work for myself and not have somebody to boss mo around nil the lime Subscribe for The Citizen A good paper 50 cents a year t h FUN AND FACTS WltltlHIIN Logic lIuRhnndUIIImydo3rwuc utaf ford to give a dinner party Wlfo I know wo cant tint if we dont givo it everybody will know wo cant silo d itNew York Evening Journal Tim Intrl T A Robinson has added the lat rorIyes no takes Tim Mnrli Illrt Why dont you try dieting to re duce your weight Dinting Why llmls the way I 1got fatNov York Evening Jour aid BGIa and IIld J H Nell opposite Joes Rich mond pays highest CASH prico for eggs and all kinds of hides SuulerdnYou cant judge n man by his clothesNo If you desire to maku a cor yroot estimalo of his impjrtancu gut a look at his wood pile- Soliirtlilne Nrn T A Robinson Richmond Tins fitted up now optical parlors where ho will teat your oyos free Tim VoiiiHii of II She How did Alice happen to marry that wan with ouo arm r HoOh its that craze she has for remnants She thought he must be a bargain ow York Timo II 1lce People owning clods in tho town of towuIclerk and pay their license and ref ceivo tug If license in not paid at once and tags put ou that logs will be killed GREAT SWEEP OUT SALE lChRIlCO which you get only once ul two or years Dont miss the chance Prices on Mens Ladies Misses and Childrens shoes cut as follows SJ 50 shoes lit 2 Di 300u u 255 2 50u u 215 OIII 155 IWII 120 125 Irl ISIU our counter of ftt fl and r HUOt for SI SIro and fit Great reduction onllatsaud Under wear Sale closes on Fob 28 RIC 1 ARNOLD Main St = Richmond Ky Telephone to No 58 or call when in Richmond at JOES Select Grocer and Caterer L W JOHNSON Livery and Feed Stable HACK TO ALL TRAINS Prop BEREA HOTEL Main Street u- m FRESH MEAT and VEGETABLES LARD BACON and DRESSED POULTRY M B Ramsey Main Stre- etWILLIAMS t 2 Doors North of Postoffice Clothing Cleaned and Presse- dNEWPROCESS Shoes Umbrellas etc Re paired Agent for Regal Shoes VIII3ltBARE TIE EYES that are perfect in structure and function Not ono pair in a thousand lire free from defects of some kind Somo arc so slight that tin wearing of glasses ih not necessary In other cases tho temporary use of- EYEGLASSES OR SPECTACLES- will correct defects A test till do cide what must be done It is made hero free of cost Wo carry a largo assortment of eyeglasses and spectacles andcan fit sine pro cases immediatoly T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky ar My Hair If I had a very severe sickness that took off all my hair I pur chased I bottle Aycrs Hair Vigor and it brought all my hair back again W D Quinn Marseilles III One thing is certain Ayers Hair Vigor makes the hair grow This is because it is a hair Food It feeds the hair and the hair grows thats all there is to it It stops Falling oF the hair too and al ways restores color to gray hair JIOO i bole All drailltii If your cannot sn ply you rend us ono dollar and we will express eIIl P IlOttle lie auroand ghethe ualae or your nearest niimmimre Address JCAYKH CU Lowell at- aeeMOUMENTSI Urns Headstones Statuary Granite and Marble Work of all kinds done in a workmanlike manner al rea sonable prices Budwilh diHpatch Allwork guar nnteod b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Corner ol Main end Collln Streets DR M E JONES t Dentist c Office Over Printing office Office Days Wednesday to end of the week- GARNET HOTEL Newly Fitted up MoalN Board nUll pricesSecond House Richmond Ky R 13 ENGLE Prop A J THOMPSQN GROCERY AND RESTAURANT Fruits and Vegetables a Specialty Sole agent for Banner Cream Bread OPPOSITE BURDETTFS MILL rr I 4 II fof I IzIofoMoIHo ItioIrIIor I 111111 111 I I I0I3 f P r t A1 WHITE VEST ItisA lookhis tilOurs are the newest styles direct from New York and are beauti ful garments at low prices 150 TO I 250 I suchtrilling tIt I Covington and Banks JIRichmond IIih oOC GD8ooocouoo o otf aow I i An elegant i ISIDEBOARDI I BCKNELL Vi iiSsee+G N e h Madison County Roller Mills I 1IIIIII4tII i Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour i j Corn Men Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc i i Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will bei i i hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour if i AId I I i i i Potts Duerson I Whites Station Ky i n THEODORE JRlI will stand my registered Duroc Jersey Boar at my homo in Beren Ky for tho spring season of 1903 at 50 cents payable at time of service This boar is n very fine hog gave entire satisfaction during the past season by some of tho best breeders in this county and has served in the herd of J W Horndouf EARLYGUAItANLI h n t Two New Lines Added A W Hawkes Eyeglasses and spectacles Most popular make in the U S Full line of Fancy and Plain Stationery EAST END DRUG Co If Its From Joplins Its Good A full lino of FUltNlTUItl always on hand Wo invite our liereu friends to mako themselves at homo at JOILINS when in Richmond OAKJKia null MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPKOIAL- TVtSSfSS1 7 66 JO Sr JOPLIN Blclunond Ky w t Ift 11JtH+ Ii iT r + N + + ++ o1+ ++ he Boy Giant Goes Skating on Thin Ice I t Copyright by Cnrollr We erell If F4aM97Ir iAh Grim longed to learn low to skate I Jack said With Ice In this state iButNow wait till find t A pond to my mind you are a terrible weight SFor But Grim did not heed as he should He made himself big skates of wood And stole to the pond I The town Just beyond + Oer which skimmed the whole neighborhood 4 Ah Grim skated out + gave a horrified shout + +Ice It was all tumbled inpsome somnolent trout i ITheAnd there had been drowning twas clear tHad not Grim though trembling with fear IHelped all to escape + Though awful the scrape + When Jack of the thing chanced to hear t 4 TheretIperjput a very water be afterward poured Into the bottle the egg will regain Its proper shape aild consistency and will puzzle 1 many ns to how It got Into the bottle itTheZoo Itucr The animals thought they would have a j race f The monkey wns referee The bull was stakeholder tor as he said It was his nature to be The camel got a hump on himself The lion ran with might and mane The tiger stood off for a beast of his f stripe Was not to enter again The elephant took his trunk along r In case he won the prized The peacock was starter and missed no one For you see he was all eyes Some spotted the leopard for winner sure The old ones chose the gnu While those who leap to conclusions quick Bet on the kangaroo j The ostrich plumed himself on his speed All trial the record to wreck The hippopotamus blew his own horn But the giraffe lie won by a neck Baltimore American l t rt I A Toy Electroscope Some very pretty experiments may be made with the simple apparatus herein described An Ingenious boy can make all the necessary preparations and without expense Get a piece of wire about six Inches In length till bend two Inches of It down ut right angles Then bond the other end also at right angles but In a direction opposite to the first Place the upper horizontal branch of the wire on the rim of un ordinary glass tumbler und let It hang there so that the vertical part of the wire shall not touch the Inside of the glass Over the lower branch of the wire hand piece of tin toll gad then plan on top of the glass an ordinary tin plate Now what you have to do Is to elec trify the tin roll and this you can do by rubbing the glass rod or a stick of sealing wax with u woolen cloth and holding It close to the tin plate when the two ends of the tin foil will fly apart suddenly This shows that you have electrified the toll by means of the electricity awakened In the glass rod or sealing wax by rubbing It a t a J W Y M C A STATE CONVENTION Largest Ever Held In The South Special to The Citizen Lexington Fob lIiThe Stat Convention of the Young MeuH Christian Association of Ky which was held iu Lexigton front tho litI to the IGth of this mouth was tht largest ever hold in Kentucky or ill any Southern State The delegates representing associations in ever section of the State numbered B20 am or these 171 were train college associ rations On Friday night the student delegates presided over by Dr Wm Goodell Frost President of Bore College held their special conference iu the First Baptist Church Stir ring speeches were made by Dr Frost and by Pros Jenkins of Kontuck University and others After the Conference an elegant banquet was given the delegates by the ladies or the church The various sessions of the Couven tion were every one intensely interesting and given up to the discussion or important topics The Convention was addressed by such prominent men us Fred B Smith of Chicago L D Wishard of New York City and- S D iGordou of Cleveland The people of Berea and vicinity remem ber with pleasure and profit the ad dresses given here by Mr Gordon two years ego The music of the convention was furnished by the Henderson Male Choru one of tin finest musical organizations of tree SouthThe culminating session of the Convention camo Sunday afternoon in a meeting for men only held in tin opera house andat which all the men in Lexington were urged to be preseut In response to this invita tion by three oclock every seat was occupied The meeting was addressed by Fred B Smith on the subject The Supper of Death and for over two hours he held the closest ateu lion of his audience Not a luau loft the building At tho close of theI services when the opportunity was given 95 men pressed forward and expressed their determination hereafter to live for Christ Outside of the Lexington associa tion the association of Berea College sent the largest delegation being represented by 20 students Next Sunday will be observed as Kentucky Day and every association in the State will listen to reports of the Convention as given by their delegates who were present THE REVIVALI With the evangelist Kev Howard W Pope of the Northfield Extension Work the revival meetings were held Feb H to 15 About 1M accepted Jesus Christ as their personal Saviour The subjects used by the Evangelist were as follows TOPICS DAY SERVICES The Woman of Shunem II Kings I8OurDebttoMankind Rom 111 Holding Out Heb 72fi Introducing Religion CotI 16 Wisdom of Soul Winning John lf 16 Eternal Life Johu 173 Prevailing Prayer Gen 3220 Double Portion Spirit 2Kings 29 Winning Souls AcU1730 Filling of the Holy Spirit Acts 18 Pereonal Work John 145t Grace Conquering our Infirmities lets 36- The Church in Ephesians Tories NIGHT SERVICES Necessity of Faith Contrast Matt IS C8 and Mark 7 26 The Deceitful Heart Jer 179 Sin Finding Us Out Num 32 23 Justification Rom 51 Gods Attitude towards Ungodly lob 1229 Conversion Matt 183 Christ at the Door Rev 3 20 Regeneration John 38 Great Things Love Salvation and Gulf Fixed Two Opinions I Kings 1821 Classes at the Crucifixion Luke 335The Great White Throne Rev 20 112 THREE GATES OF GOLD II you arc tempted to reveal A tale some one to you has told About another make It pass Before you peak three glUe of gold These narrow gatci lint la It true Then Is It needful In your mind live truthful answer and the next Is lust and narrowest Is U kludr And If to reach your lips at last It pauses through these gateways three Then you may tell the tale nor fear What the result of speoeh may be miauL- Tws7Cuh J lp + s + r THE AUNT JEMIMAS VIEWS Woll said Aunt Jomima conmr in ono day and unrolling her knittiii as she sat down Ive been visitiu and Ive como homo with n bad tast in my mouth Twasnt any thin I ato that mndo it oilhor for I mils say Samantha Jones is about as good a cook as you ever see No tho din nor was mighty nice but HWIIH the talk Tho Inlk Aunt Jemima I exclaimed with horror Why I knots Samantha Jones would never uso any bad language and her husband neve swears nor lots the boys Oh their langimgo was all proper enoitgh TwiiH just what they said Couldnt mention anyono but lint they hind something bad to say about him If they didnt know anything mean theyd guess folks didnt know all about him yet It just naturally riles mo to hear every cuo run down so- III dont HO why people cant pick out the good things in their neighbors to talk about and just keep still about the bad ones Tho sun does u hoop of good if ho docs laws sonic spots on him mud maylm he fowls worse about thorn thou anyono lIMO dOts Now instead of tolling mo shout Billy Smith gutting drunk last Saturday why couldnt Lem Jones tell mo what a good worker Dilly is and how good ho is about helping his mother and tutu just go quietly to Billy and have a nice kind talk with him about his drinking and tell hin how it would break his n others heart fur him to take to bad ways Thats tho way my Bible reads at any rate h But no it just went on that waj aUIloywhHt thus one did what he oughtnt to and what that ono didnt do that ho ought till Im all worn out I do hate Fesslpiug like pizeti Aunt Jemima said I as slit paused for breathwho is talking about their neighbors tiowT Well returned the old lady Ive done some mighty good preaching if I havent been doing much practicing And at any rate Samantha Jones is R powerful goodcook JESSIE LESTER HILL IU S DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE WKATIinit lUJllIlAtr Voluntary utrvn Mrleorukigtnkl Itrnml for week ending February 17171fa at llemi Station Maximum Iii February 13 Minimum 3 February 17 Rainfall 2SVJin Snowfall U in Fob 16 F D CARR DR HOBSON Dentist Special Discount to Students Richmond Kent- uckySTANDARD Rotary Shuttle Sewing Machine TANDAKD OBAMD SWBLL FBONT LocK AND CHAIN STITCH MACHINES IN ONB BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL Wealio manufacture sewing machine that retail from flJOO up The standard notary tuna as silent at the tick ofa watch brake ktltchea while other machines make Apply to our local dealer or If there U M your town address THB Standard Sewing Machine Go a Wet Hint Ht Cincinnati 0 LETTERS TO TEACHERS NO III An excellent way to begin a school is to make nu occasion of the first tiny Invito the patrons of the district havn a program ami invite each ono to take sown part The children will also hero their parts upon the pro gram songs tiny bo smug n recite tion or two given and remarks monde by thin patrotiH upon the topics pro viously given out by thn teacher These topics should boon odncationa lutes for example ho iinportnuci of regular attendance promptness attontioii to studies care of looks and other like subjects The princi plo speech should bo man ie by the teacher who will call attention to tin points nude by the patrons In this way you will load them to say first tho things that you wanted slid in regard to attendance giving you ai opportunity to Plllphllizo and enlarge It is woll known that patrons art of ton careless about thn attendance nod promptness of the children timid this may IHJ a valuable lesson to tiieni in woll as to the school You can rp peal directly to tho parents to tncollr ago regular attendance to have the children then on time in tho morning nUll not allow them to stay at Ifomi upon frivolous pretexts You can callattention to the scarcity or bookH- RUlI tho poor economy of Eondinj children to school without plenty or material to work with AH it would not bo good economy for a farmer to employ n hand and seed him out to tho fluid to work without the proper tools so it in n grievous waste to send children to school and lost tho pre clots hours of youth for lack of a few books that would cost only a dollar or two at most Think carefully over the needs of this particularHchooland let them bo clearly seen by tho pntroiiH Have your appeals indorsed liy one or more of the most intlueutial teen or women of tho district sad you will not fall to arouse interest and secure good results This program may Iw car vied out in the forenoon Time after noon may bo devoted to the organiza Lion of tho schooland cliwes utter which the children may bo allowed to go homo Tho next tiny every thing is ready for the regular work of tho term and school moves with a dispatch and earnestness that prom ises well It only remains for till teacher to keep up his enthusiasm and zeal J W DiNtoioHK THE FARM BUTTERMAKER Continual from lat ecekl- This is tho tiny of going back to ai the beginnngof things Hand mado goods of all kinds are in demand and homo products luring Ivies that would not have beau hoptd for a fov yeatij 11 ago The city resident wants his eggs direct from the producer his poultry direct from time yards of tho poultry man his jams and jellies from tho hauls of the maker nod oven is begin ning to buy laud nutde furniture of nil kinds Ho is willing to pay for thom things almost any price IWCHIIHO ho wants to know ho is gulling just what ho is buying This is not only trim of largo cities but of smaller towns in every ono of which there may bo found families who will PRY an extra price for but tor eggs ixniltrv and goodies mado on tho farm Wo all want eatables like mother mod to make or like wo imagiuo site used to make al though lxrlilthr5 tho passing of years has made our remembrance of those thing transform thorn into a worn bianco of tho famed nectar and ambro sin with which the heathen gulls ware supK Hcd to regale themselves Pos sibly wo remember with tilt pulled appetite of those who indulge in highly seasoned fools how wo liked the things wo onco got to vast when our appetites were unspoiled our digestive organs in perfect condition and wo were apparently like Bob Hurdettos boy whoso appetito went clear down into tho ground Whatever may bo tho room of tho demand or the reason for It time fact remains there is n growing anti in sistent demand for farm mado foods filth butter mode as it is pot siho to make it on thin farm will never lack for an opportunity to fell at u prico that will make thin huUino of manufacturing it a very profitable 0110One Minut Cough Curo gives to lief in ono minute IMWIIMH it kills tilt microho which tickles tho mucous membiane cntiMmt tho cough nnd at tho sauio timo abets the phlegm draws out the iiitlnnimnlion and honU snit soothes thin affect parts Ono Minute Cough Cure strengthens tho lungs wards olT pnfualonin is n harmless and never tilling curt in mill curable cases of ouphs Colds and Croup Cn Miniito Cough Curo is plcusant to take hnrmlivis and good alike for young and old For by East laud Drug Co SUBSCRIBE FOR The CitizenFI- FTY i CENTS A YEAR How do you spend your money II Are you waving it in n way to receive substantial benefit Are you laying aside something for a rainy dRY If not you will nov r hove it Ixlter e time to begin than now To Hut quickly slatted begin the easiest waycome to i The Bcrea Banking Company Ami open an account Do not wait for n law still for it may never como just deposit what ever you havo to no matter how tho amount Wo will KlfJlf assist you In gutting started Berea College Founded 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS n Applied NclellccTwoYt rs Course with n riculturo for men and Domestic Science for young LadiesrTrade Hchooln Ctrpentry Printing Housework Nursing two yearn Normal Courses For Teachers Thwo couniofl leading to county Certificate State Certificato and Stato Diploma Academy COUTHO Four fears fitting for College for business and lifeCollege CoursesLiterary Scientific Classical loading to llaccalauro ate degrees MuHlc Choral free Heed Organ Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to help all who will help themnolvoH toward a Christian edu cation Our instruction is n free gift Students pay n small incidental ron to moot expenses of the school apart from instruction and mutt also PtYtfor board iu advance Expenses for term lil Wcek mummy bo brought within 21 OO about SIT to 1x3 paid in advanco The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation alists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations I n SECRETARYIsCounty Ky t 1 ANrw s fwkgaz w4ahr L THE CITIZEN 5iI rTilE SUNIAY SCHOOL LESSON VIII FinST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES FED 22 rsl nf Hit Ipmini I Cur slll11 ur rmrn 1111lolilin IV Iur illl III ei IIIlIr IriiuiriMl hj ItrV II SI Mlrtirim I Copyright lij Amrrlrin Irtn Awoctitlon 13 Though I Ioiik with the tongues ot mm ami of angels and Imve not love I am lircottin nil aoundliiK brnim or u tin kllni cymbal In tlio next two vorxcx ho wiy that mntincr of tcxtlinony or wrvko iiiiioinitM to nnylliliiK ujiiirt from love AH love anil not chnrlly tlm iroHT vonl mill It fo IniiiKlmnl III tin II V wo will IIKI It through thlx kDMiii JlitrM llrnt throo vtwiM immiglit Niiiiiiiiurlzcil iiHlovt vermin iropli- LrtltH tOIIKUCH kllUlVllHlKI fllltll OOll- unit ttiu wholo HuiiitiT might In cnllril lovo eontniHtrd analyzed tie fiMiilcil It Mild to bo tlio only chilli tor In nil PflulH ppltttliH Hint mite nut mention Jcunn In uiu or other of Ills lltloH lint It II portrait wonderful that ono can not full lo rvcttgmmize time IIUciuMH even without t lie Inc The Ixinl Itnun combined nil In Mliii cir f time pliturv 1I11 nnil without Him wv are nothing timid cuti do nothing tltoni vii 18 Julio xv fii lntll wi im1 l orn n Kill ii and UIUM lufoinu dillilrrn of fjcxl nothing ctmntH that w e do for they that tire In time tliidi iinnot liltime Cotl lloin vlll fci Then after wo hire Uirii iiuiiln iAiy that whlih lIwl worku In tm will count wo wiw III hint wiMiH nwin ami 101 In Love I John Iv S lit Note time oft repeatid of theiu v rnoH and ninlnist 11I- I Wj I Cur xv Id Not hut lmrist who Ilvelh In liltNut lint tin grace of 01101 which wan wllh me 44 Lou Miffireth Ions tiiMl In Mini love rnvletli nut It vnuntMt not liMit to not imffal up doth tot txlmvi lllf un mtnly vkrlli not her own Ii not Kmllx uruvokrd llilnkHli no pvll- Wlmt n jHrfectly iHnutlful xectlon we luive In tlioc four verses two of which wo have piotiM Such love WHK never filII1t1I ou Mirth except In ChrNt JVMIK mill only Me lllln unit lives In tni It lx reproduced Try to Im agine n person who nlwnyH pnllcul never III word or look or net unklinl hover In nny way Jnilou or Hlf xeck Ing never under nny clrciiniHlniiceri provoked fit Vi never thinking or miy lug evil of nny one i olclng only In tlihiKH true lid lovely nnd nlwiiyx meekly iHiirlng imtlently enduring nnd ever hoping for the Ixwt with n ilrm fiilth In Cod It U loo nltogoiher lovely lo eomo from tmrth nnd It not of furtli It In wholly heavenly It h II diwcrlptlou of Him who cnme ilown from heaven who while He lived on enrth for over thirty year win nt tin aiue lime III henven Joists III in of whom It Iii written Yen He alto gether lovely So of Sol v k IQV nrtr fullHh nut whrtlur there In pruiihiwUi thllr hall fill whether there ho toniaiMi llivy hail OlIN whelh IT there tin knowtie It hull vanUli awny He says I inn till Iord I elm tint Mai III Ih He who wiyn will Hover lenve lluv nor fonniko thee In the One who leiHI have loved thro with an cvcrlnNlliig love And He the MIIIIIO yoNleiilny today and forever Itch sill S Jer xxxl There will Nt no more nml or prophecy for every prophecy nlmll have IHVII fill tilled Then1 IIhulll lust one liingnage nnd sill we now know hy the word of God shall nettinlly realized hi time kingdom I for we know In Irt anil we proph ely In imrt hut when that which In Irfeet U conic Ilim Ihnt which lu in part uliall ho done nw y All that we know found hi the word of leHI nnd there lit to every Htatemiiit and truth III nueh lireadth nml length nutl depth nml height t his t we hhnlt never while lucre gnmp fully oil that there In nny utteninee of time Spirit We may well My roniern lug nil we have aa yet learned Iuu Iheiio nre hut the out skirls of Mix wayH and how Hinnll a whNper ilv we hear of Him loll xxvl M It Vi The path of time just nil the nlilniiig light that Hhlnuth more and moro unto the iKTfect day tniv Iv 18 II Kor now we see through a gliiM darkly but then face to face now know In part but thrn hull I know even u olio I urn known When oneo use light and glory of I heaven whine In our xotilH the thlngfl vhlch once tx cupletl nud Intitvritod the toys Of ClllllllKMMl Illld WO 1wlllltllr how we could ever have wanted our tluuj ou them Yet nil our knowl edge but partial It doth not yet appear what we shah he nud till lit stimuli appear tilnill we lie like Him I John III 2j The iiieHtlon often linked Khali we know each other In heaven IH not answer found here Wo do not know any tulle fully here hut wo shah know them fully there and those whom we know hero we Hhall mirely know better there It re furs to people nlllll to truthH AH 1eter know Morion and Klljuh without nu Introduction eo believe It Hhall he- IX And now nhldfth faith hope love three but the greatest of thcso U love Fnlth looks to time great Kiicrlflre for pardon love to n risen Christ given i fellowHlilp with Him In Buffering and service while hope looks to Hln com I lug again In I Tliesn II It 10 we r Hit how they turned to Cod from Idoln to serve tile living nnd true Jod and to wait for Ills Sou from heaven and no wo rend of their work of faith labor t iI of love aud patience of hope The lovo lofOod time greatest thing we ever heard of tIme greatest thing ever noon ou earth John 111111 I John III Id Itonw v 8 and yet of nil thlngH tilt least understood or appreciated Ou our part tho greatest thing In faith for without faith It Impossible to please God Heh si m lint love time foun I dation of our faith as It written i Wo have known and believed the love Which God hath to us I John Iv 10 1anmuaft4 Copyright 1894 by American Ireu AuocU tlonJ Altar 1snmartuuig his lhuiorummntiOhs May Hard wont to IsIs own camp called for his horse nnd buckling on isis saber nnd plutol rode back to limo camp bo had loft lit arrived Just In tlino to join it rccoimoitering party starting to rldo over tho rldjo In tho direction of Hill Tftttlngujt flooring gold Doing in n privuton uniform ho wan tint reeognired by tho immeuiiiis nppoaranco wits much changed by the of hum Iwnrd and toll In with tho last llleji though ho IntlonKetl to tho troopTho squadron trotted up limo road load log through n gap in tho ridgo and Mood on n summit overlooking llio 1ea Vino valley Uy tho light of uhuuyulzuy nnnl looked down upon tho landpcapn ho had HHIII n few hours before but nh how changed Ten thoiiHand men in gray wero coming across time valley- It in u solemn sight at any timo to mi army moving to strike a Coo Them wnn something in the silent movement too far for him to hear thin tramp of tho men advancing over tho intervening rpaco Mill wonring its sum mer robes or rtltnIo remind him of n Ihundcroloud tilling in u clear sky Them woro compact oolumtiH of infan try stondlly iiiiirrhlng whll ou either thank wivnlry trotted fonvard head tip like n trtMip of HOIIH over jungle Ocxa nlonnlly thuro 011110 u conftiNlon of dift tant oundii orders miiruiniirinnringH preoetling tho storm Tho ndvanplng liost seemed rather n troop of specters moving with tho wind an army of ma lieloiiH spirits coming toscnttnrnphifnio fnnn their still silent UJpOIlIl Tiiln fancy vanished with tho first few chotH from tho skirmishers They worn too youth tux spiteful to attribute to any html human agancios Hack goes tho thin Una of blue before tho soatlere l Confederates in ndvance supported thick column of dusty gray No klr mish would euro to stand against thtJl4l1 columns coming silently not yet In profenco of n Coo worthy of a volley Suddenly them is n rumbling shout lug n lathing of horse III Maynardn rear Turning ho seen a Unilm battery drawn by horsex galloping up tho slumps from tutu bridge Damhmisig into pt itinn the horses iin swung around poluut lug the mux71on of cannon toward the ad vancing host TIme gusts art iinliniliorcd Thor in it Ixxnn followed by a shriek Ing shell nrehlng toward tliu hMiroim nil II dropping with n sound liko nil ex ploding rocket over into of tho advanc tug coluiniiH The shut prodiieen n chnngo in Iho illciKMltiou of tho olosely packed M n turn of n knloidoco o alters the xmibinition of colors The closed column halt quickly uxtcnd wlngH on either side joining t Ioutels while deploying riwombltng the con tinued lulL from lip to tip of sotno liugo distant hint Now they nro in flume of battle mill once moro move for ward while tho Union battery drops shell in their extended nnd less vulner able ranks Marching over open louis crossing gulleys now lost in n wood to npponr upon HH other edge bisecting creek and road a slowly drawing coil n lino of Iho ribbed son sand n streak of dust lioforo n rising wind tho southerners innvo steadily forward Ho forum them tho Union outposts glvo way retreating under cover of their guns What nro thoso funereal looking vtx driving up nud Iwing stationed nt ilifferent Kints thoso men with n strip of red llannel about their anus scatter hug themselves over the Held To the young enthusiast for war in lIsts this tattoo who ban been impatient to see n battle theso vagons these men marked with tOil composing lImo ambulance corps gottingready totakocnro of dead who luivo lint yet been killed wonnded who havo not yet been hit bring tho first realization of what war means There in nono of tho harsh music of bat tie about thcso grim looking wagons thcso men uniting for victims to bright en tho eyo nud send the blood coursing through list veins They go about their work in n methodical fashion that dampen ardor as water mcnchcH fire They mock n soldiers ambition for glo ry Tlicro in something in tutu calcula tion thu preparation to remind him that after all tho gold lace time tenth ers tho martial music are lint to cause him like tho pampered sacrifice to for got what ho is forto bo shot nut Murk Maymud was n veteran and had seen nil this before lie gave tho ambulance corps n single glance nud then looking toward n group of Union ofllcurri partly concealed from him by tho smoke of t buttery saw 0110 of them with the stars of n briga dier gonenil on his shoulder peer north ward through n Holdglasx Turning his eyes in tho aaino direction ho could sea a light cloud rising west of Hingold Ho watched it and observed that one end of it was trending toward a form north of Heeds ridge Tho officer soon uhut up his glass and iu another mo ment aids were galloping away to IoI ordim to retreat A column of orates extending fur uiuiles wcro march big to HID ford to turn tho Union loft and no lime was to bo lost III getting the littla forco buck to time bridge There is n quick limbering of guns and skirmiHlicrii cavalry UlIlIlrl nil hurry back over time ridge At tho they find two rcgimcnta ready brillI duty to which they may bo They arc directed to bold tho to which tho column of dust is moving Protected iu that direction tho force nt time bridge awaits moro confidently tho coming of tho advancing Confederates They hnvo not long to wait Time skir niirhers n thin lino of grayaro soon soon scurrying over time ridge hike lisht scattered llouds before n white KiiallV TIm main line of gray is still trumping over tho Pea Vino valley keeping tho slow paco of their heavy gmw Tho Un ion men do not wait for the stronger force They turn upon thcso skirmisher mill drivo thom hack through tho gap to their moro slowly moving comrade Mark Alaynard following with tho rest soon again found himself ou tho ridge There in time valley below was the lino of battlo ho had but near er n enmccnt hliapnl lino extending from tho kink of tho creek above the toni across time northern end of limo ridge into tho Pen Vino valley HattlPllags appeared nbovo tho lino nt regular inter vals Bach ono of 10 lags Mnynurd counted indicating n regiment lie knew that tho little Union forco oust of tho Chickamiugt could not stand against what apjicarcd to at least n diviftion of infantry with n very strong force of cavalry Nor was ho wrong Tho scythe swung round ns if moved by tho arms of a Titan mowing with its sharp edge tho opposing Unionist Thry were pent flyIng buck to tho bridge anti hurriedly put themselves into n po sition to defend it 7iioy urn roady for time storm when it breaks meeting it with nrtlllory and charges of cavalry rue Gnnfttdorntw aro driven hilt by thin timo their artil lery has been got forward and posted nt a point north of tho bridge where it con sweep tho valley of the creek tho bridgo and those who u purposo it is to defend it Now mini is imminent danger Will the little forco on tho cast hunk get over or will it IH cut off and enptured by then nverwhelming Confederate It cats only saved by ono portion charging tIme enumy while tho others lull moving by twos tho bridgo will stand no more the stnicturo Among thoio who ohnrgiKl nnd recharged to keep off the gray coats swarm lug upon them on that eventful morn ing always in tilt advance in tho spit ting lino of foam that precedes tho bil low rolling upon tho Mind Mark May nard was over lIlt AH each WOO rolled from time margin of tho Chiekn mauga broke upon tlio southerners and receded a number of time Union troops loud pasted the bridge Mnynnrd waited till every man was over Thou stepping on the bridge ho joined n patty who wero tearing up hue Mooring to provnnt tho enemy from fol lowing At lost those left for limo shore and ho remained nlouo As lionrd after lioard camr up tho Confwlurates puKluMl nearer lout still hu worked on llullels sang to each other as they pascd from east to wast and from west to oust whilo tho air was thick with intermin able explosions At last all was duiio that could be done Whether huts noion had so excited tho admiration of hits ouue inieM that they lund no heart to shoot him or whether nn overruling power would not lot him lie ho nt last turned unhurt nud joined his comrades Ho hind been exposedas never before Its ho might nover again but ho hind not met death CHAPTER XXIII Tin MXKTrnxTit OK KKiTUinnn Seldom has an army lieon in n moro critical position than the Army of tho Cumberland at this juncture Tho Con federates overlapped the Union front on tlio north by half n dozen mihis nnd between Confederates nnd tho Chatta nooga road leading from what was both tho Union left and rear into Chattanoo ga thero wero only small bodies of cav airy Bragg had but to overwhelm these cross the Chickauinuga nnd march n few miles westward to soisro this road and throw himsnlf between hits enemy nUll that enemys base Chattanooga It was his intention to cross Reeds bridge by 8 oclock in tIme morning with one column nnd Alexanders bridge a fow miles above at tho same hour tho two columns to join nud seize tho coveted road attack CrittcndcnH left whilo n third Confederate column crossing at Dnltons ford would attack him in front Crittcudcn once crushed under those combined forces as it was oxpcct od ho vtanhfbo by noon tho whole Con federate army was to overwhelm Thom as still tots miles distant leaving Mo Cook 20 miles away to bo finished later nn- Thoro was nothing on tho loft to pro vent time execution of this attractive plan but tho two bodies of cavalry at HocdH and Alexanders bridges Right oclock came mud they woro not over whelmed Tho sun stood high over limo valley of tho Chickamitugn nnd still tho Confederates had not crossed at either of these two points Tho defend ers of tho bridges were n swarm of hor nets lying In their enemies faces with many an effective sting At noon they woro still stinging It was not till a oclock in thin afternoon that tho de fenders of Alexanders bridgo wore fcroed to give way and those nt HcedH bridgo only retired on learning that the other had been captured by the enemy 80 thin morning nnd the afternoon pass tuliuuul when evening fell but 8000 Confederates had been thrown across What wits to havo hocus executed on Friday tho 18th of September must bo deferred till tho next day Will it then bo too lute Tho moon is lighting up tho field tho woods the summits of tilt two ridges inclosing thu all y ot tho Chicknmauga and 100000 soldiers Tho air is cold nun crimp and myriads of aampllrao nro scattered over tho valley as u reflection of thin starry heuxeim upon tlio bowna of a ittks AlllltMhl the moon gluum upon tho stool of time two ileeplHW armies the Confederate pushing aenwH tho Chickumnuxn the Unionist mnrchiiij to cover their uuprotoqted left Many n soldier casts his eye up into tho senile heavens and remarks the queen of night looking down upon him so pale to cold so dead ns if in mockery of his own animate being aud prophetic of what may como for him on tho morrow From thus southward comes tho tramp of dust coven d mmi in blue At their head rides one who before time sun twice sots is to tnko first rank nmong thus he TCMisof hifkamuuga Thomas is lending hits mOil from a distant point farlxyond Critttndeii to tho exposed left mud rear to thin Chattanooga roodflit road com maudtng the line of communication of tho Army of tho Cumberland It must bo n forced march for till timo is short fluid tho distance is gront From titus eastward tho Confederates nro pushing across tho ChioknumiiKa Every available passage in occupied but tlicro is littlo loft of the bridges and it is slow lUll hazardous work at fords Large bodies of uncut nro liko streams They How easily ucnuw open countries but becoma choked in narrow ways Yet tho work goes on It is n long isigimtiong for there men wading through water or standing in the chilly hours past midnight III wet clothing It is nn eventful night for if they get across in sufficient force and the way is still unblocked as yesterday thu fate of tho Union army is sealed At midnight Mnynnrd lay nnder n tree trying to cntch MJIIIU Tim e urtloll of the tiny would Imve lirou lit it for bo was exhausted but his pusitiou as to the tinny with which ho hail no plnco was burning him like n hot iron A few days before nnd bo would Intro been loading his lirlgrdo through these stirring scones Now ho was not even n private soldier Ho was an outcast n wretch too detestable for the respect oven of menial cooks and strikers of teamsters of time grasping horde of nr my followers whose object was to cheat thus soldier anti rob time duad The moon finding a convenient open ing in the toughs nhovo him looked rt him in n way that in a measure quieted him What an absence of turmoil on her surface No gnnn roar in hjr vnl hays no armies contend for tlio posses sion of her ringed ridges Tlio thought for n moment chased away huts desire for oblivion Ho shuddered at her noth ingness Time scones through which ho was panning seemed far preferable He was in time mid of mans covetcjl no tion While that lasted he could not for long bo plunged in despair Thank lusty en lie was permitted to seek solace such turmoil such roaring of guns mud yelling of nien as had oomo and wcro coming Toward morning his thoughts became lets intense loss oloar The sounds coming from a troop of horses picketed near became more and moro confused Tho snores of mOil resting after n day of hard lighting lost their vigor The branches nbovo him twined indistinctly Ha slept Ho was awakened by tho Found of n gun It was broad tiny Ho started up nnd listened Then como another dull iKioni then another and in n few min utes there whs the rapid ilring of a bat tlo on time loft Surely that is not tho littlo body of cavalry in whoso ranks ho had fought till day before Mounting ho rodo toward it through n partly wooded partly open country Tho fields woro gray but limo woods wero still green Thou thero was tin- odor of tho morning III tho country and tho chirping of birds hunting for thou breakfast It would not Ixi long before that perfume must give way to tin Eiuollof gunpowder before tho chirping of tho birds would ho drowned by the sounds of musketry and artillery Meeting nn niddocamp riding nt full speed toward tho south ho csillcd out pointing in time direction of tho firing which ho could now discern was on or near time Chattanooga road Whos theio Old Pap with two divisions Maynard uttered an exclamation of surprise and pleasure How did ho get thoro Marched nil night Much force in his front You hot Im going for recnforco incuts and in n moment ho was out of sight A courier camo dashing from tho op posita direction What news from tho rightly The head of McCooks column is nt Crawfish Springs1 Ooh Tho army is liao for tho pres exit Tho gamo is balked Striking tho road loading to Alexan tiers bridge ho found himself in rear ol tho Union lino of battle that hall open Lcnvc these mnlts od ou thi loft A forco hurried by tc time support of comrades at thin front Tho ground ho was on hind just been WtlnllIllllIn voot ho pushed forward through it A yonnj soldier a boy of 18 was sitting on the groufid supported by n tree gasping for J stream running down isis bosom huoved that ho been shot nroiiHii time Inngs You are thinking of home my boy muttered Maynard and pushed on An ofllcor lay in his path and begged him for what the wounded crave MI eagerly water May uard rodo nbout hunting for n stream or a spring At lust lie found what ho sought and tilling n canteen rodo back to whore thin man lay He was dead In his hand ho lucid a picture of wife and two little children Within hearing of tho booming in front amid shells cut ting tho trees above him ho had passed from tho harshest through time gentlest of human feelings to tho eternal ponce Hiding on Maynard met an officer ho lund known intimately Witliout thought of his altered condition tho degraded colonel waved his hand in salute and cried out How goes tho battle ma jor TJio officer passed by with n look which Maynard never forgot It sent hot bloom mounting to Isis cheeks Ho could hnvo cloven tho mans skull with Ills Hber Brit thero was no nc d of that Was there not nn enemy at the front Yew and there was death lIe dashed on and arrived at ono of tho hot test points on time left just as n line of cavalry was moving to n charge Joining them ho rode down into n storm wild fierce so fell of do struction that snroly ho thought tho coveted death must coma But tlio gaps in tho ranks wero to his right to huts left anywhere everywhere except where ho rode Awl when thin troupers with whom he fought cauio out of time fight Mark Maynnrd was still among the living So ox ned tilt battle of Saturday Sept 10 Throughout that day Miiy nanl rodo wherever ho saw that grim specter hovered At time lie was with the C tirylit times ho would die mount and leaving his horso in thin tear go forward with n musket On otto occasion catching tho enthusiasm of buttle IIUWM forgetting his mii firtun when the ofllcor of tho regiment with which he fought recognized him The two haul Locus nt enmity Leave UIPMI ranks Jlayuard turned saw thud he was ad dressedand who addressed him Throw lug down hill gnn tho hot tears burst ing from his eyes ho turned away Again ho wits tramping through acorn field on tIme flank of n regiment when ho snw a division general inspecting tho men ns they pnscd forward to nn at tank Ho recognised tho general who lund sent the spy to him Their sum met Maynnrd had by this time coiso to wo through the device by which the other had led him into his present position nnd regarded the officer steadily Time man turned huts horses bend and gut loped away Thero was ono man in the army who did not cnro to look him in time oyo firlout for its own good Out they were nil successfully resisted Wherever n place was weak some brigade or division IpaIpoints wero strengthened in time All duniago repaired at least tho damage on which hung defeat Time damage to tho dead and thirsting wonnded scattered along tho lino for miles could never bo repaired It could ho counted and laid down accurately in the official reports but who can count or repair tile hearts broken with ovory charge every defense Arid so tho sun wont down over a Hold on which thero was no victory no defeat only suffering and death CHAPTER XXIV 1comw OP TIlE UFSFRVnS Tho night como again The smok lets rolled away from tho battlefield of Chicknmauga Thero is neither of cannon nor musketry except here anti thero an occasional picket firing There is another sound within tho dark forest whero Thomas men uro resting thi Eonnd of tho woodchoppors ax Thi commander in chief of time Confederate hears it and knows with n generals quick perception that another cllllIco ci destroying enemy is passing Ho can not muter time forest at tho dead of nigh to stop that chopping and ho knows m- ho hears hundreds of axes replacing tin moro appalling sounds of the day with tho clatter of their blades and now am again some great tree crashing throngl its neighbors that by morning his one my will bo intrenched behind breastworks Maynard bivouacked on Thomas line Tho two armies lay too near to each other to light telltale cnmptlre and n all cqnipngo had been sent to tho team and blankets wero scarco tho unity spun tho night shivering rime wood was toe thick to see anything nbovo the lower branches Tlio men needed sleep bnt it would bo as easy to sleep on tho battle field as in time continuous clatter of thosr axes Hostile distrust had conic npoi tho wholo army It was an nnxiou night to time generals nnd tho men par took of tho solicitude of their command ort It was known that tho enemy lund bcon voenforced from Virginia Knox villo and other points It was rniuoiW that Hew idii was coming but IJnni flido did not come To a natural fatigue was added that moro appalling wean ness of bcitg constantly iu tho presenit of death nd tho certainty that whci thin mldier should rio in tutu luoniin till ilhllltJOOll1r wonltl rlst with him haunt him for another day Thcro is u streak of gray in the cast Tho commander in chief of tho uncut ii gray listens for time sound of guns in tin bonds of t hope he ordered to begii time nttnck at daylight nut which are t signal fur others Time streak broadens tiny comes tho sun rises it is oclock Still till is silent along the un- It is 0111a uiiftuke only nn onlir nol received or understood by tlm griirru1 who was to lend oil hut in that luis take is involved ptxwihlo fnilur Will nil time vaunted generalship ou tho licit of battle what is it 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lit50 SI HILL 50 Kx llo l 25 lpenxe1 t Hooks etc about 200 20U f Otiieml Ilcpoult I 00 00 Xurnlthed Uoom tel 4 25 25 First Months Board 5 00 00 Living itt 700 sduring tho termpemmwRLaundry I ueghumnlnu 2d Mo Board b 00 S 00 Beginning 3d Mo Board 5 00 00 28M 28 00 Gcnl Deposit returned 00 00 Total Kxpcusn 13 Weeks 27 CO 27 For those lloirA Grammar deduct the 12 for book antI tl from Incidental tee making the otalonly 831 So When tour glrh room together each wives fl or more on room aid fuel masking the total only 9U3SO if rliu cd below A Grammar Uoom and fuel cost one dollar more In the Winter term Two rooms for lioiisckecplng with stores etc am unually be rented for from fI to id a term The price ir n lug calf n little or a few homespun l od c jvern lanbarkIterm of Hcluiul which will chn whole mite fur th Liter win Make Affidavit New Lease of Life for an Iowa Postmaster Postmaster R II Randall Dunlap la says I suffered from indigestion and re suiting evils for years Finally I tried Kodol I soon know I had found what- I had lone looked for I am botter today than In years Kodol gave me a new lease or life Anyone can have my at statementIsystem tosslmll suppllesstrengthen hag every organ and restoring IKodol Makes You Strong A Oo Chicago TfieltgMlecouUlM Umb50cjg T fl I THE CITIZEN r n = t LOCAL AND PERSONAL I t I Rev U P Aulick has gone to De Mossville for a week before returning LouilvilleId Born to Mr and Mrs E H Huyos on Thursday morning Feb 12 a fnu tenpound baby boy Mrs A T Fish and daughter Ad die were among the visitors in Rich- Mond on Friday last Malcolm Miller and Dan Breck I camo over from our county seat o business Saturday Baptism will be administered at the Tabernacle next Sunday at 3 oclock t p m by Rev G A Burgess M Pope of Richmond was in IPlast Thursday on business an at the Central Hotel Mrs Wm G Frost attended the Y M C A State Convention at Lexington i returning Saturday Prof H M Jones will address the student body Sunday night on the Isubject What I saw at Tuskegeo Rev Howard W Pope went Trom hero to Kirksville Mo where he will conduct a series of union revival meelI ingsSamuel Day and C F Jennings subscribers for THE CITIZEN from Wallaceton paid a visit to this office Saturday Pres Wm G Frost delivered a pa triotic address before the Congrega tional Club of Cleveland and vicinity on Monday Miss Armstrong and Miss Bessie Armstrong of Hickory Plains spent Saturday evening with Mrs HongI matron of Ladies Hall ADr Thad Tou Velle brother of i Mrs C L Hanson and the leading dentist of Celina 0 spent the latterI part of last week a guest of Mr andI Mrs Hanson JThefourth number of the lyceum course will occur next Monday night when Milton W Brown will deliver his highly commended lecture Bars of GoldJohn j Donley one of our printing oilico force was called to his home at Alexis Ill Wednesday on account of J serious illness of his brother 1the1iss Martha Gamble left Wednes morning after a three weeks visit i f here She stops in Ellingham Ill for a time before returning to her home in Alexis tJT Bowling who has been attend the Business College at Lexing ton came hero this week and will spend a month visiting with his sist I ter Mrs Roberts on Jackson streetc Prof H M Jones and Mrs S L Hoag left Monday for Tuskegee Ala l where they will bo in attendance upona the annual conference Prof Jones will pay visits to Atlanta and Talla t dega before returning to Berea Mr M L Spink editor andmana gorof the Chandlervllle TimesChand lerville nand formerly foreman in J the printing office here arrived Sun day night for a brief visit with his parents Mr and Mra Josiah Itwifed Mrs Spink and little son have been guests at the Bur delta home for the last month I Louis C Karpinski has just been granted the degree of Doctor of Phil osophy by the Imperial University oft Strassburg Germany Dr Karpinski was a tutor in Berea College 91 to 90 l and his many Berea friends heartily I him on attaining to this 1 Imuchprized degree kinds of weather weJ since our last issue I f have been a plenty Thursday and q Friday wruld have done credit to I Juno Saturday Sunday and Monday I forenoon 3J in of rain fell Monday 1aCternoon brought a blizzard Monday inches of snow Tuesday mornfng and Wednesday night intense cold with thermometer 12 degrees below zero The variation in fi temperature during the week was 79 degreeeIk COLLEGE ITEMS Prentis Floyd has been called home on account of a death in his family has been received hero of the IWord tho sick brother of MissI Maiden He lingered but a after she reached her home Joint debate between Phi Delta and Alpha Zeta Literary Societies Friday night at 730 in the Tabernacle Both teams feel confident of victory Come out and encourage your favor ite society Admission ICc or two I for a quarter Work is beginning on the QuinI quennial Catalogue and Secretary W C Gamble is desirous that all former students send their names and ad 1 1J r 1 w dresses to him at once Ifa graduate ofany deportment please state of what one and date of graduation The mountain society which moots in the A Intermediate building every Friday evening at 330 is progressing nicely The outlook for its future prosperity is splendid null a cordial- e invitation is extoudo to all who wish to attend and especially every stu dent who is from the mountains On Tuesday night Prof J W Dins more delivered a most interesting instructive and entertaining lecture on ofnthe Collegiate department Prof Diusuioro brings no undue prejudice either for or against Burns to his subject and so treated it in a judicial manner throughout He showed with the dIifoworksandcharacteristics of Burns and was especially happy in his selections of the authors poems for quota tion No one could hear this lecture without greatly adding to his knowledge and appreciation of Hobert BurnsThe Young Mens Christian Asso ciation was represented at the State Convention held at Lexington by 20 delegates as follows H II Clarki Arthur Dailey W N Burch Taylor Gabbard Carl Hunt B II Fee Wesley Frost Stanley Damon Jasper Huff G H Roberts G D Weimar J K Young H M Racer J H Pinkard C W Kise Orr Clover H E Hatch E P Landphair Albert Hopson and Seward Marsh Thoy left hero early Thursday morning and returned home Monday afternoon They were entertained the homes of Lexington and all speak in the highI terms of the hospitality of the Lexington people and all of their treatment in general See full ac count of Convention in another colI umnWOOD FOR BEREA COLLEGE Contracts for the supply of wood for Berea College for the coming year are now being assigned by the Treasurer S175 per cord will bo paidl for sound body wod delivered College buildings Persons wishing- to furnish woodshould see the Treasurer and secure a contract before it isI all assigned rCORRESPONDENCE iIi NNNH NNN NNNNN NNNN BREATHITT COUNTY JACKSON Some copies of your paper make their way to our postofhce and we delight in reading them very Jackson is a nice mountain of 1500 inhabitants Quite a lot business is done here such as mer cantile business lumber staves cross- ties and coal We have a telephone system a good bank some two or three wholesale stores besides the retail stores Our sawmills cut 50000 feet of lumber per day Our tie and stave elevators planing mills etc do- a good business Mr E C Jones who worked for the Knoxville Nursery company of Knoxville Tenn lastI year made contract withsaid com pany for another year Eli is a hustler and his company knows it by the amount of business he did for them last yearMr and Mrs M C Bailey are both very sick at this writing former with dropsy and the latter with overMrs Lizzie Combs of Louis yule arrived here last week called to the bedside of her parents Mr and Mrs M C BaileyE C Jones was in Lexington several duys recent ly on business for his company Miss Nannie Crawford of Athol visited her sister Mrs George Callie last weekWm Hays of Lane Wolfe county was in town last weekE C Jones has received notice from Berea that his little daughter Stella who is there iu College has had tho measles We are glad to learn that she got along nicely and is now about well againfor everybody here loves Stella We have two weekly newspapers published in Jackson and there is another one to start soon MADISON COUNTY DREYFUS Quite a large crowd Irom this place attended County Court at Richmond J M Saudlin formerly of this place but now of Valley View was here a short time ago looking after his business Miss Lizzie Foley of Mote visited Miss Sallie Lain recent lyMiss Sallie Young of this place visited at Jackson last weekMrs J C Powell visited her brother Dr Sandliu of Richmond on court day Mr Jas Baker says he is a candidate for matrimony on the independent ticket but objects to any primary as he wants the election to come off before August Hurrah for Jim Mr Frank Winklor and Miss Laura I r2arw amAf C t Rose were married at tho home of tho bride Thursday Success to Frank and his augelJas Carr of Laurel county passed through hero the 5th on his way to Valley View whore he will move soon1V T Francis our hustling fruit tree agent was iu our midst last week James and Green Lakes of Evergreen were visiting here the first of the mouth Owen Lakes returned from the mountains with a nice drove of hogs recently Services wero hold at the Christian church Sunday tho 15th by Rev Green of KingstonI ROCKFORD I L Martin and A T Abuey were in Berea Saturday on busiuessJJ Martin and family are on the sick list this tveekMrs Mary Vaughn anti children of Madison county are visiting relatives at this plncoMrs Nan Abioy of Davis Branch visited Mrs J J Martin of Scaffold Cano Thursday Mr James Dalton wife and baby of Beroa visited friends on Scaffold Cane Saturday and Sunday Daddy Todd is still whistling wet timtIIC Messrs J W Todd and W 11 Stephens lire the best lookI ing men on Scaffold Cane your cor i respondent pities the ugliest ones Chessie R Martin visited Mrs A T Abney MondaySCAFFOLD CANE Frank Blazer sold a wagon anlli team of horses to Bert Davison for onet hundred and fifty dollarsR M Johnston of Brush Creek bought the Parks sawmill on Clear Creek and is moving it to Wildie Todd it Co are sawing shingles at Slipup Wallace Kindred have started up their SIlWJ mill in Owl Hollow Travis Miller is building a nice frame house on his faim iu the Salt Spring Hollow S- Waddle is visiting friends atStanford GARRARD COUNTYv CARTERSYILLE It was St Valentines day last Satur dayWe are proudto see Berea Col ego coming to the front Just think bow the founders were persecuted We are glad to see Mrs Montgomery- and Mrs Bradley out ngaiuJ C Napier is on foot again Born to thetwife of A J Hammack on the inst a bouncing girl mother and child doing wellJack you cant keep it a secret any longer Mr H Green lost a very fine steer Friday James Smith called on a very nice lady in Paint Lick this week wo are not going to toll on you JimWe see in THE CITIZEN a communication from Mrs Mary S Clark telling ushow toI wash Wo endorse what she says we have tried RubNoMore for some years and find it just as she says We wish THE CITIZEN success MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Mr John Combs and Miss Lula Smithwere married last Sunday week by Rev N H Talbott The Valentine postoffices held at the Baptist and Methodist churches were very successful as well as amusing Wo are glad to know that Mr L D Henderson is able to bo out after being indisposed with rheumatism for several days Littlo Etta Mao Jack son who has been quite ill with malarial fever is able to sit upIlov T L Furgursou visited the Fifthstreet school as he was passing through our city Thursday The infant son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Morton is quito ilJMrs and Miss Ringgold of Gin cinnqti were the guests of Miss Mar garet Robertson on Lexington street last udafMiss Daisy Lytle of Dover was tho guest of Miss Essie Williams last weekThe Womens Educational and Industrial Club are preparing to give an entertainment soonThe many friends of Mrs Mary F Young will be glad to knowI that she is improving in health Mrs Hettie Clay who has been ill for several days is up and around again One of the social features of the sea son was a surprise party given Mrs Agnes Holmes by Miss Georgia Nel son Quite a number of young folks were present and all enjoyed them selves greatlyMr Henry De Pugh enroute home from Old Point Com fort and the East stopped over a few hours in our city last woeltThe New Era Institute held at the Bethel Baptist church during the past week was very helpful as well as instruc tire OUR COUNTY NEWS The date sot for the county fair at Richmond has been set for July 13 toI 18 inclusive Dr Hobson the popular dentist at Richmond has announced himself as candidate for mayor of that city J g y 1b 7f Rural free delivery mail route No 1 fur Madison county was established lest week out of Richmond It is about 25 miles iu length and mail will be delivered free to 700 people daily Whites Station line again become a regular station of the Louisville Nashville railroad The depot there had boon closed for some time owing to hiHUilicieut business John Mo Williams has boon appointed agent It is reported that Gen Cassius M Clay in becoming quite feeble and that Mrs Dora Clay Brock his form er childwife has gone to WlTitohall with her husband Mr Riley Brock to care for him through his declining daysSORDINANCE Heron Ky Feb 903 The Town Board of Trustees tho town of Beroa Ky do ordain as follows That bids for the sale of tho fran chise for tho period of twenty 20 years for erecting maintaining and operating a telephone system and ox change in the Town of BlOaly and the use of streets alloys avenues parks squares and other public places n said town for that purpose bo ad vertised for in TimE CITIZEN a newspaper published in Bores Ky that bids bo recehod for the purchase of said franchise rights etc at tho meet placo of said board of trustees of town of Baron Ky while in BUS at its regular monthly mooting on I the night of March 9 liHXl t That bids for tho sale of the cranI china for the period of twenty i for erecting maintaining and operating n telephone system anti exchange in the Town of Boron Ky and the use of streets alloys avenues parks squares and other public places in said town for Unit purjmso be ad IHIspaI franchise rights etc at tho meeting place of said boird of trustees of the town of Berea Ky whilu in session at its regular monthly meeting on tho night of March 1 11KKJ The town board reserves the right reject any or nil bids S a WELCH Chairman- E L ROBINSON City Clerk REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College hiss secured market for homespun and houe woven goods such as lead coconuts linen dress liusey jeans blankets etc at follow prices Coverlidfl f 4 to 6 Linen 10 to 50 cents n Dress Linnoy 50 cents yardBlanketsdyes Si a air White hnsey and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2 yards 00 inches long All dyes used must beold fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wanta to sell covor lids or homespun to Borea College should find out what tho College wantu before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in par sou or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Bern Ky n un n The Citizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR WE ARE BETTER PREPARED n 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 HIGGINS Prop DoWltr Witch llniel Salve The only positive cure for blind blooding protruding piles cuts burns bruises eczema and all abrasions of the skin Do Witts is the only Witch Haze Salvo that is made from the pure unadulterated witch hazelall others are counterfeits DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo is made to curecounterfeits are made to soil For sale by East End Drug Co 1 THE MARKETS AS KLTOKTED BY A U NOKMAN 110CI- ICCIICIIATI February CATLTECOmIUOn1200 JOJ II Butchers JUfifrfl HIK Shippersl15 16- 0CALvssChoice050 CI 7tU II Largo Common 1 00 j 51- 0HoosComuionr85 ft OltS Fair good light GOO t HKO 1 lacking710 i10 SHEEP Good to choiceI00 fa IIOII Common to fairJKO SI7B LAM us Good to choice 000 tf 0 28 1 Common to fairL75i 810- WHCAT No 2 Rod 7U r BO CORN 15 M JS OATSNo 2 mixed 88 M 8- RrBNo 2ISFtooR Winter patent 870 815 SWIMILL FEED1860 2000 UnXo 1 Timothy 10 00 1528 II No2 1500l525 No1 Clover1200 1280 I No2 1100h150 POOLTBV Young chickens la Heavy lions ll RoosterstI 5 Turkey Irl Ducks 13 Boos Fresh near by Iii HIDES Wot salted 7 b No 1 dry salt J 11 Bull 7i II Sheep skins ro iU TALLOW Prime city 6 fit4 Country Ii BO YEARSI EXPERIENCE Truce MAHKS DESIGNS CopTncHTo Ac Anr1eket ht rhbnl6r i quickly owrn oar ulnanm rre a Ihrentb itr ek pInlaM trnllonti iclifct nfiOeiuUL lw uvd 1lItenl frees IAt rest I r MM ifinirt M IMIrnti taken three Miami t t =tfftul KitUt w n hnut Chars Intl Scientific JUncrican a Dandomry lIIullra1 2115 Itotp million ir anyMenaa i Journal Trruit II i 1rr wrmoMhaL nxlMU n 810roaErNewYotkIlrn OUR TEAM HARNESS varies in style and finish according to price but at all figures theres Hood valueThe stock used throughout is good oaktanned leather Tim trimmings whether of nickel brass rubber or iron are of excellent quality The workmanship visible and invisible is firstclans This harness will wear out but it wont break out Double Wagon Harness 1500 and up I Buggy Harness 5 10 12 15 1750 7509j 30 35The best line of Work Collars that you can find andat the lowest prices T J Moberly Richmond Ky t I West End Meat Market For Fresh Meats Suit Meals Sliced Mann Lard Sausage Vegeta bles otc illighost price for Country Produceci R H ROYSTON Phone IL Optllll1l11rkuull V Krly I Tim 111 jr Pill I DoWitlH Littlo Early Insure do p not gripe nor weaken tho system The euro biliousness jaundice eon stipation and inactive livers by arousing the secretions moving the bowels gently yet effectively and giving such tono and strength to the glands of the stomach liver and bowels that the cause of the trouble m removed on tiroly Thwo famous little pills exert a decided tonic effect the or illI fCorof tho trouble For unto by Hast End Drug Co y NOT 1NIM TRUST tilnny npim In vi IMrl lvrti currency U fIol mrt 111lt tartlm til the utT ct nut THE NEW NOME SZWINQ MACHINE CO fwd Innrriii It zat ur ruuldlulioa WI + Ioh loiMlltr thitlllr tent Itfro U till truth III MKII fIolnrt L e line Ihrn iiMnufitrturliiK a wing iiinliliimftirnvtrmiuartrrufu crntu rr aid lmvrmiUIIMtil 11 r I llMllcm for our Klvrt slut our iimi IIIIM u nut u the envy of nil flies the tI Vrir Ifoinr innclilnci lea niVir brviirlvulml mil futility nwelilnrll Uin all lrllI lfiOwed towing InnrliliH uml tUtilinn IU uirii Rueful Tin 1rr lli Hif lutliruttlu rrnllu- It11 It tililttKSftrlnu Jlnrltnt an the initrkrt It utMil iiaary for intorntiT Inloa trust tit MiVr our rrntlt or mjr HIIJT iltbla to wo fay noilcbu to 11 W lure iivvcr C1I1nllulo iii1 cUtloii Milltt tiwuturtunn itf torn crude rltra HMM liln tlwt as r iii 10101 irgurO Im ninny lirler inrrlt Ivj nut bo tie rl trrlwn yui eeuta reWInRutiehlnedont Nil t your ini nty ray fnun IKIIIIV cull olla tI Vpir llann Itrtilrf hI can cII you Ultrr tnarliliM f plrttien roll mil Kirrluua rbuWhrr It Ilirr u n i dntlrr urar yiw write Ulnrtu ua THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO ORANOE MASS Nw tnrk1flikmcn III HI itiia Mix Allan to tie Jxilitw In hMii KraiirlKx li l SISCO CO NIcbolasTille Ky LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROADT- ime Table In Effect Nov 10 1902 lal1IellvnArrive Richmond 3f2a m Arrive Paris 5 or a m Arrive Cincinnati 7KJ u m illyLeaveArrive Richmond IJilOHiii Arrive Paris 1 18p m Arrive Cincinnati Ii IXJ p iu luliic South Trnln I Hull Leave LJoren Ir2p III Arrive Livingston2 18 p 111 Joint Smith Train A llnlli 7 Loavo lierea I1JH p m I Arrive Livingston12 30 8111 Trains No 1 and No 5 make connection at Liviuutiton for Jollico anti the South with No 21 and No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agont u NAYN KtS Wo promillr nbum I 8 Awl lorvlpii IIIICCInlwnI i forGroceries i Vegetables Fruits PRESTON eJ4 CO and Candies Main Street BomB Ky u r KyGreenhousesLONG DISTANCE PHONE NO 188 Plants Cut Flowers and Designs ALBERT REICHSPFARR Prop J tn n J J Bi annaman n Wollsolected stock of Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoos und Rubbers Prices right Agent for Nuvon Laundry t 04 am J T l FW1u e