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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r IIHIHMMMHMlH I I JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher Bnttrtd al PtHteJfict nt Bettor Ay til tteonui clou Mailmatter +IIIHa 1HIt4 1ttII+H VOL V A Family Paper HKUEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 21 1904 One dollar a year IDEAS tray pvoplu urn not ufrnM of over work they know that for tbuiii it In LtlrluItns Want it n counselor that talks to attvutlvo cnN t tiArgument ban nosliow wbiii t4f1lrc cowed before the footlights FROM THE WIDE WORLD Everything in quiet nt Port Arthur Thero ia no sign of the enl1myI Annurnnro in given that Americans residing in Seoul ere in no danJrorI Tho Duke of Cambridge who waR a rounin of the Into Quoon Victoria of England in dead A Kunnlan captain wan convicted of charges of being a spy In the pay ofI thf Japanese and waR shot Now was tecoived in Berlin that a number of Gorman coition woro tor tured to death in Oerman Southwest AfricaFive South American republics are- lIald to have fotmtxl an alliance toI guard agalnnt absorption in tho Unit ed Slates Two HttMian bluejackets bOlloI bodion were recovered from the cruiser Variig were buried with military honors by the Japaueoo A battle in Toporlwl to taro boon fought on the Yalu river between flu u htu and Japanese ftircmi The Ituaaians claim to have captured 1800 prisoners IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Andruw Carnegie has given frOOOI to Kenyon College at Gambler O Tho Worlds Fair management an nouncca that camera fiends will be allowed practically full away during the big show The nomination of Gen Leonard Wood to be a Drigadior General was confirmed Friday by the Senate by a voto of in to 10 The National Houno Committee on War Claims Ifan favorably reported the bill to pay the Fourth Kentucky infantry about 150000 for services in the SpaiiiflhAmorican War Two hundred Filipino boys ho- beon brought to this country to go to school and college and another hun dred are on their way The money to support them ia taken from the Philippine treasury Secretary Taft strongly urges theft building of seven or eight hundred miles of railroad in the Philippine Islands at a cost of 10000000 110I thinks it should bo built by capitalists and not by the Unittd Slates Govern mentGovernor Warfiold of Maryland persists in his determination to veto the bill disfranchising negroes but ho has signed the Jim Crow bill for separate earn This last concosmon is said to Ira in the interest of Gorman as the other was against his purposes COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY throe year old child of J E Howard of Harlan Ky loft tt homo alone was burned to death Col Arthur L Wagner U S A says West Point Ky still has a chance to get the army post James Napier of Leslie county was found dead in bod with a bullet bole through his head His friends believe ho was assassinated The Senate bill to submit to the people an amendment to the Consti tution to return to the viva voce aye tern of voting has become a law Tho stoamor M B Goble sank in the mouth of the Dig Sandy river Two mon are known to have been 1drowned Two others are missing The Republican Stato Convention will be held in Louisville on May 3 The basis of representation will bo one delegate for each 100 votes at the national election of 1UOO J B Stevens arrested at Add Ky t by postoffice Inspector Oldfield is now in jail at London in default of 2r 00 bail for his appearance before the Federal grand jury The charge Is using tho mails for fraudulent purposesAt recent session of the General Assembly 777 bills were introduced 267 in the Senate and 620 in the House Only 140 bills were passed The total amount of appropriations made was 1442000 while requests for 1417000 additional appropriations were refused w r I1 r + il r X lrohlll llUl0 tI11u HI BiTHE CITIZEN NO40II Remember them that are in bonds HEBREWS XIII 3 SERMON BY PRES FROST The golden rule the first and great commandment tho soul and center of truo religion is sot forth in the Bible in variodwordfl and figures Whatso ever ye would that men should do to you do yo overt to thorn Thou halt lovo thy neighbor as thyself IIJlo that loveth not his brother whom ho hath seen how can he lovo God whom he lath not seen I Love is tho fulfilling of tho law God is love This seems like a very sweet and agreeable doctrino tho doctrine o- rloobutlt is this which sent Christ to the cross It often costs a groat deal to lovo our brother an ourselves- I wish this morning to show how ItI in this teaching of love which is the foundation of our Korea church town and college Beroa is somewhat peculiar in Kentucky Some of you glory in that peculiarity and some of you regret it Some of tin camo hero an citizens or teachers because wo believed in thoI Korea customs Wo beliovo in thorn still but unless wo think thorn over and compare thorn freshly with tho word of God wo are in danger ofI coming to hold these customs simp ly as customs or to defend them IIII the unworthy spirit of anlmositI Others of us have boon born in Boren or have como hero pimply for a better chance to get and to gain and bavoI thought very little about tho reasons which have made Beroa peculiar Such people are annoyed by the finger of scorn sometimes pointed at uSII and have no good answer to give toI those who revile this town Now it Is always comfortable and pleasant to do aa our nearby neigh bors do and this is our duty in all ordinary cases Yet if evoryboy did exactly like everybody else there could never be a change or an ime provement or a reformation How many times we road of Christ violating the customs of tho Jows among whom ho lived Who of us does not admire imlojxnulouco Hplre IU Tho only sale rule is to find outI what ia really right and loot and do that thing whether anybody else does it or not Our text refers first of all to prison ore Whoever is in bonds is in on un comfortable condition Ho is lonely and ho in out of sight whore his oldI acquaintances are likely to forgot him Tho text does not toll us what wo are to do for our brother in bonds ItIdoes not loll us to call upon him to south him a gift to seek for his relief It tolls us to remember him In all our freedom our gaiety our happi ness we are to be mindful of the one who is not favored with these bless ings Wo aro to consider his case and decide for ourselves what help or comfort ho needs John Howard in England and Mrs Ballington Booth in America have won wide fame for their self dedying work lor those in prisonBut there are other bonds than those of iron and if wo aro to remember the man who is bound in iron there is tho sane reason for us to re member the man who is bound by ignorance by delusion by oval of any kind Borea was especially established for the benefit of those who had Buf Pored by reason of tho institution of human slavery thoso who wore bound by the slaveryshackles and thoso who wero bound by the igno rnucoi the prejudice the various evils which cams from slavery The suffer era from this long continued practice of human bondage are not to bo hated despised or forgotten they aro to be remembered with brotherly interest Slavery was what is calledan IIOr ganic Sin It was something which once started grow and increased ol itself If a man had slaves they would have offspring and so the number of slaves increased People who did not wish to be slaveholders got slaves by inheritance or became possessed of them by collecting their debts Men who were not slaveholders Were interested in the amp business with those who held slaves and so the profits of slavery passed into tho bands of people far from the seat ol slavery itself As things went on it seemed necessary to suppress educa tan and free speech for tho sake of slavery Slavery could riot live unless It could grow and when Linen was elected on a platform forbidding till growth of slavery tho South relxOled Ati organic sin is one that grown nnd spreads liko weeds liko disease like firo like a devouring monster Tho monsters head was cut oft in one tiny by emancipation Tho iron fetters were stricken oil But tho fetters of tho mind remained Mon continued to havo tho samo habits the same thoughts and ways of thinking which they had before Now it is a delicate matter oven to Hjxmk of tho infirmities of a fellow man and I certainly speak in tenderness and in humility Many white people have become happily emancipated from tho baleful notions of slavery and many colored people have become freemen in spirit as well an in body It is in order that wo may be con niderato and not self rightoous or bitter that I auk you to notice with me first tho white people who are still in bonds That many white people should bo bound in mind by the old traditions of slavery is tho most natural thing in tho world When slavery was suddonly aholibiiod was it not monatural that whito peoplo should have desired to havo the colored peoplo go right on acting an they did when they were slaves I remember n noble Southern lady who was incensed the first time sho saw negro with a marriage license it seemed to her an impertinent thing After about three years reflection that lady concluded that it was a proper thing for a free Negro to have a mar ringo license- I am glad to testify that all a considered the conduct of tho South peoplo since their slaves wero taken from thorn has boon far more reasonable and magnanimous than was to bo expected Nevertheless because I lovo my white follow countrymen I must still seek to remember the shackles of tho mind which remain upon some of them Thoroaro numerous and bright excep tions but a conspicuous and dominant clement in tho South today shows tho bonds of prejudice only too plainly Tho first bond which slavery cast around tho while emu was tho bond of pride For two hundred years tho Southerner lorded it over the Negro and ho most naturally canto to think ho compared himself with this poor African cringing at his feet that ho was a very great than Ho waved his whip rodo about his plantation forgot the groat world of progress beyond his horizon and became one of tho proudest mon on earthNow it in our Christian duty to pity and make allowances for a man who is bound by pride as for a person who is slightly intoxicated or insane Any other man who had boon placed in the position of tho slaveholder would haveboon equally vain glorious This prido often shows most in men who were never slaveholders thorn solves It was this pride that led into time stupendous folly of tho civil war The next bond which fell upon tho white man frown tho institution of slavery was blindness to tho Negros human capacity The Southerners aro putting forth tho plausible claim that because they have lived within tho Negro they can understand him anti manage him bettor than any body else But every day wo see how vain this claim is Tho Southerner knows how to manage tho Negro by the way of oppression But the Southerner has hardly over studied time question of managing tho Negro by tho legiti mate motives of freedom His prido prevents this A good 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used to burn Gray Time forgets as soon alas What youth takes long to learn To seek thu old divine desire That one time was eo sweet Ah me It tacks the sacred fire It burns with flickering heat There Is no art can thrill the lyre When Age and Sorrow meet What vintage grown on summer heights Dreamrocked In dew and sun What song born of the keen delights Uy which a world Is won What dreams spun spun by day and night Before a life Is done What dreams that grew In mellow earth Their air came from tho south They knew the sweets of summer mirth The chill at autumns drought They pledged by many a winter hearth Pomonas golden mouth TIs thus I go a lonely quest Through many a tangled maze I seek the lovely laughing guest Who fled with all her bays questaOh vain quest for the things of yorrl A vanished phantom dream Mowers broken on the rugged shore or lifes iiwlft unmapped stream rhe burncdout lights we set before G ifs unnttalncd supreme MIlle W Carpenter In Springfield MASS Republican TIEMISSISSIPPIBUBBLE I By EMERSON HOUGH i I Author of II The Stoyof the Cowboy to The Girl at the Halfway Houw Etc Cbpjri jt bj Zaanoa Boogh CHAPTEH XVII CoxmuKD The best la before us now Mon sitar Las said Du Mesne joining Law at length Assuredly the best Is always that which Is ahead and which is unknown but In point of fact tho hardest of our Journey Is over for henceforth we may stretch our legs nshore and hunt and fish and make good camps for madame who as we Loth perceive is much in need of ease and carp We shall male all safe and and comfortable for this night doubt xot- Meantime continued he let ns nil that all Is wIll with our mec rn arms for henceforth we must put cut guards Attention comrades Present your pieces and answer tho rollcall PIerro Derthlcr lei Monsieur replied the one bet ter known 03 Pierre Noir a tall and darkvisaged Canadian clad In the roromou costume half lndlan and half ilvlllzed which marked his class A shirt of soft dressed buckskin fell about lls thighs his legs were encased In liiooseskin leggings deeply fringed at the seams About lits middle was broad sash onto red and upon his lead a scanty cap of similar color was pushcd back At his belt hung tho great hunting knife of the voyageur TjrCanoca or a keen steel tomahawk such as was in common use among the Indians In his hand he supported n longbarreled musket which he nov examined carefully In the presence of the captain of tho voyrgeura Robert Challon next commanded Du Mesue and In turn the one addressed looked over his piece the captain also scrutinizing the flint and priming with careful eye Naturally mes enfants said he your weapons are perfect as ever Katalklnl and you Kabayan my brothers let mo see said he to the two Indians the former a Huron and the latter an OJIbway both from tho shores of Superior The Indians arose ellently and without protest submitted to the scrutiny which ever seemed to them unnecessary Jean Breboeuf called Du Mesne and In response there arose from the shadows a wiry little Frenchman who night have been of any age from 20 to 15 so sunburnt and wrinkled yet tlO active and vlgourouc did he seem Mon ami said Du Mesne to him chillingly see now here Is your flint all but out of Its engagement Pray you have hotter cars of your piece For this you shall stand the long watch of the ulght And now let U3 all to ted One by one the little party was lost to view within the dark Interior of the hut which they had arranged for themselves Du Mesne retired a distance from the fire and seated himself upon a fallen log his pipe glowing like a coal In the enveloping darkness Law himself did not so soon leave The outer air He remained gazing out At the wild scene about him at the roll waves dashing on tho shore their crests whitening In the glare of the lightning now approaching more closet He harkened to the roll of the far off thunder reenforced by tho thunder of the waves upon the shore and noted the sweep ot the black forest about of the black sky overhead unlit save for ono faroff faint and feeble star It was a new world this that lay around him a new and savage world It there were a world behind him a world which once held sunlight and flowers and love and honewhy then rftSjas a world lost arsligone forever end Ifrwins very well that this new world should beII different and so- iwra l lu tho darkness John Law heard s voice the voice of a woman In terror Swiftly he stepped to tho door of the rude lodge Dont let them sing it again never any more that song And what Madam That one Tous les nraants chang ent des maltrcssos A moment later she whispered I am afraid CHAPTER XVIII TIlE STORM Marshaling to the Imperious orders of the tempest and crowding close upon tho flaming standards of tho lightning the armies of tho clouds came on The seawide surface of the lake went dull and above It bent a sky appalling In its blackness The wind at first was light then fitful and gusty like the rising choler of n man affronted and nursing his own anger It gained In volume and swept on across the tops of tho forest trees as though with a hand contemptuous in Its strength forbearing only by reason of Its own whimsy Now and again the cohorts of the clouds just hinted at parting letting through a pale radl ance from the western sky where lin gered the departing day This light us did the illuminating glare of the forked flames above disclosed the white helmets of the trooping waters rushing on with thunderous unison of tread and the rattling thundershocks Intermittent though coming steadily nearer served but to emphasize these foot strokes of the waves The heavens above and the waters under the earth these conspired these marched to gether to assail to overwhelm to utterly destroy To destroy what Why this wild pro test of the wilderness Was it this wideblown scattered fire whose sparks and ashes were sown broadcast till but stubborn remnants clung un der the sheltering backlog of the bivouac hearth 7 Was It this frail lodge built upon pliant yielding poles covered cunningly with mats and bark carpeted with robe of elk and buffalo Yet why should the elements rage at a tiny fire and why should they tear at a little house of nomad man since these things were old upon the earth Was It somewhat else that Incited this elemental rage This might have been for surely builder of this hearthfire which would not quench master of this house which would not yield there was now come up to the door of the wilderness the white man risen from the sea heralding the day which the tribes had for generations blindly MOODILY LOOKING AIILAD prophesied The white man stern Htubborn fruitful had come to despoil the west of its secrets Let all the elements therefore join In riotous revolt Let earth and sea and sky make common cause Rage waves and blaze ye fiery tongues and threaten forests with all your ominous voices Smite destroy or terrify Into swift retreat this little band Crush out their tenement Loosen and brush off this feeble fingergrasp ai the ancient threshold With banners of flame with armies of darkness with shoutings of the captains of the storms assail denude destroy if oven by the agony of their horrors these feeble folk now come hither And by this more especially since they would set the seal of fruitfulness upon the land and bring upon the earth a gen eration yet to follow Hover about this bed In the frail and swaying lodge of bark and boughs all yo mot terrify ing spirits Let not this thing be Mother of 0od cried Jean Dpc boeuf bending low and pulling his tunic tighter by tho belt as ho cam gasping Into the faint circle of high which still remained at the firo log TIs murderous this storm Ah Mon sieur du Mesne wo are dead men Dut what matter TIS as well now as later Said I not so to you all the way down Mlchlganon from the straits A rab bit crossed my path at the last camp before Mlchlllmacklnac and when we took our boat to leave the mission at tho straits three crows flew directly across our way Did I not beseech you to turn back Did I not toll you most of all that ire had no right honI est voyageurs that we are to the woods without confessing to the good father TIs two years now since I have been proper shriven and two years Is too long for a voyagour to remain unabsolved Mother of God When I see the lightnings and listen to that wind I bethink mo of my sins my sins I vow a bale of beaver = Plshl Jean responded Du Mesne who had come in from the cover of the wood and was casting about In tho darkness as best he might to see that all was made secure Thoult feel better when the sun shines again Call PIerro Noir and hurry or our canoe will pound to bits upon the beach Cornel All three went now kneedeep in the surf and Du Mesne clinging tc the gunwale as he passed out wu soon wlrt deep nail tlmo and again Ith- is looting in the flood Pull ho cried at last Now en avant He had flung himself over the stern and with his knife cut the hide rope of the anchorstone Over board again in an Instant ho joined tho others In their rush up the beach and the three boro their ship upon their shoulders above the reach of tho WlesIMyself said Pierre Noir shall sleep beneath the boat tonight for since she sheds water from below she may do as well from above Even so Pierre Nolr said 1u Mesne but get you tho boat farther toward your own camp tonight Do you not see that Monsieur Las is not with us 7 Eh been And wore he not surely with us at such time unless Oh assuremcnt replied Pierre Noir Jean Dreboeuf aid me In tak ing the boat back to our camp In the came tho rain Not In steady and even downpour not with Inter mittent showers but In a sidelong ter rifying torrent drenching biting cut ting In Its violence The swift weight of tho rain gave to the trees more bur den than they could bear As before the storm when all was still there had come time and again tho warning boom of a falling tree stricken with mysterious mortal dread of that which was to come so now In the riot ot that arrived danger first one and then another widearmed monarch of the wood crashed down adding with Its downfall to the testimony of the as sailing tempests strength and fury The lightning now came not only In ragged blazes and long rlpptng lines of light but In bursts and shocks and In bomblike bails exploding with ele mental dojonatlous Balls of this tense surcharged essence rollcJ out over tho comb of the bluff fell upon tho shad ewe of the water and seemed o bound Irom crest to whitecapped crest till at last they split and burst asunder like some ominous missiles from en gines of wrath and destruction And now suddenly nil grew still again Tho sky tool on t lighter livid tone one of pure venom There came a whisper a murmur a rush as cf mighty waters a sighing as of an army of the condemned a shrinking as of legions of the lost a roaring as of all the soulfelt tortures of a world From the forest rose a continuous rending crash Tho whiplash of the tempest cracked the tree trunks as a child beheads a row of daisies Plied up fall- Ing riven asunder torn out by tho wind the giant trees joined the toys which the cynic storm gathered In IU hands and bore along until such time as It should please to crush and droj themThere passed out ovar the black sea of Mlchlganon a vast black wraith a thing horrible troraendoiu titanic In organic power It howled execrated menaced missed Is aim and passed The little oayln houso still stood Under the sheltered log some tiny sparks of fire still burned omen of the unquenchable hearthstones which the land was yet to know Holy God what was It What was that which passed cried Jean Breboeuf crawling out from beneath his shelter Saint Mary defend va all this night Twas the groat Canoe or the Damned running au largo acroan the sky Mary Mother of Cod hear my vow From this time Jean Breboeuf shall lead a better life The storm barred passed on The rain unsatisfied sullenly ceased In Its attack Tho waves hopeless but still vindictive began to call back their legions from the nanow shore The lightnings unsated In their wrath flared and flickered on and out across the eastward sea With wild laughter and shrieks and imprecations tho spirit of the tempest walled on Its furious way The red west had raised Its hand to smite but It had not smit ten sure In tho silence of tho night In the hush following tho uproar of tho storm there camo a lit tlo walling cry so faint so feeble yet to mighty so conquering this sign of the comins generation tho voice of the newborn babe At this little human voice born of sorrow and sin born to suffering and to Inowl edge born to life in all inn wonders and to death in all Its mystery tho elements perchance relented and avert ed their fury Not yet was there to be punished sin or wrong or doubt or weakness Not at once would justice punish the parents of this babe and blot out at Once the record of their fault Storm and lightning darkness and the night yielded to the voice of tho infant and allowed tho old story of humanity and sin and hope and mercy to run on The babe walled faintly In the si lenco of the night Under the hearth log there still endured the fireAnll conrand greeted them with the burgeoning dawn and tho voices of birds with a sky blue and repentant a sun smiling and not unkind CHAPTER XIX AU LARGE It was weeks after the night of thereat storm and the camp of the voyageurs still held its place on tho shore of tho great Green bay The wild game and tho abundant fishes of the lake gavo ample provender for the party and tho little bivouac bad been nyIof laughter the careless case of atti tude showed the lighthearted voya getirs content with this their last abode nor for tho time did any word Irstte which threatened to end their tarryingLaw morning strolled out from the lodge and rented himself on a bit of driftwood lit the edge of the for ests fringe l VJvis wti i1 eem Ingly halt forfttlng hlmsolf In tht i witchery of the scene ho gazed out Idly over tho wide prospect whhh tn before him Ho was the same j fling man as ever Surely this increased IonsIthe eye wero a moro could be duo but to the reflectiveness Induced by the quiet scene and hour Yet vry should Jcbn Law young and rcfresheJ drop chin In hand and sit there moodll looking Ahead of him comprehending not at all that which he beheld Indeed there appeartO now to the eye of this young man not tho white shores and black crowned fluffs and distant Islands not the sweep Of broad winged birds circling near the waters nor tho shadow of tho highpoised eagle drifting far above He felt not the soft wind upon his check nor noted the warmth of the rocumlng sun In truth oven hero on tho very threshold of a new world and now life he was going back pausing uncertainty at the door of that life and of Unit work which ho had left behind There appeared to him not the rolling uJnla tlons of tho blacktopped forest in the tossing surface of the Inland 11 nor tho whitepebbled beach lavcJ Uy Its pulsing waters Ho saw Instead a white and dusty road lined by gnsrn English hedgerows hack over the beyond these rolling blue waves b1k of the long water trail over wM h fe had come there were chapel eufl b and robed priest and the word Nhl h made all fast forever But talk if the wilderness mission back ot tte strapping settlements of Montrat nlQuebec back of tho blue water i of tee ocean there too were church and minister and there dwelt a woman whoso figure stood row before hisI eyes part of this mental picture of white road lined with the hedges grcaaA theI was laid on his shoulder he liuif started up In sudden surprise lltfurfa him the sun shining through her hair her eyes dark In the shadow stood Mary ConnyriRC A fair iromai Indeed comely round of form soft eyed and light of touch she nilsh none tho less have been a very savaf as she stood there clad no longer Ir the dress of civilisation but In the sort native garb of skins ornamented with the stalnal quills of tho porcupine and tho birarre adornment of the native bead work In her hair dull metal bands like any Indian woman upon her feet little beaded moccarlni the very taoccasln It might hat been which Law had first seen In an clout London town and which had played so strange a part In his lute since then You startled me said Law simply I Was thinking A sudden jealous wave of woman divining intuition came upon the worn an at his side I doubt not said she bitterly that I could name the subject of your thought Why Why sit hero and dream of her when her am I who deserve everything that you can give ITo tlo Continued THE LAUGH IS POTENT Mumrllnim In o trUer Wrnpnn Thus Wnnin Whm Under rrrtxurr As the pen is sometimes mlghtlri than the sword so the laugh Is ot occasion as powerful as In eloquence thin spoken word says the Detroit Fret Press There are many different kinds ol accompllshmenlI t the world and I have paid due ittentlon to tho cultivation of such ai He within my range Great la lansiiJK great indeed and beautiful wliiiul Next to my limited ability with words however I rank my faculty of uslnj the smile or tho laugh as the cast may bet dont mean pIeinARry and mirth as domestic and social graces but III defensive business artillery Of course a mans first Impulse when nnothci misguided man makes palpable man to do him up or asks sumo unreason able and preposterous business favor Is to enter on wordy opposition utrcn tens naturally and perhaps violent This I have learned ii waste of nerve Ina force and allows argument on this tart of tho unfriendly man who Is try In to make tho touch The stronger weapon Is to laughjust laugh Utter sot a word no matter how much th- Ither may say but just keep on laugh tag Ive routed many deeplaid die honest schemes with a good heart laugh Try It nLrrdle Same years ago a German farmer In Illinois wan driving across a railroad track when a train killed both his horses and bruised him pretty badly In the resulting suit for damages tin plaintiff was on the witness stand making out a good case when tho de fondants lawyer asked him Did you take any precaution before driving upon the track The witness seemed reluctant to nn ewer but being pressed to do aq dual j stammered out Yah I took roost a Icedlc yoost I ouple of swallows dats all Thus started a n v Hue defense end it turned cut lar the couple ol rwnllow were the last in a pint flask that had consoled him along the road- This put a new face on tho situation Brooklyn Eagle Wlfelr novation Perkins your wife seems very devoted to her flowers Darolcdl Well sir many an Octo her night that woman has dragged tin llankets off mr orto keep those wee end geraniums from setting rent IJIltruStray SUrici DR V H HOBSON- j Dentist is KyKtoWakoful Children For a long time the two year old child of Mr P L McPherson 69 N Tenth St Harrisburg Pa would sleep but two or three hours in the early part of the night which mad it very hard for tho parenta Her mother concluded that tho child had stomach trouble and gavo her half of ono of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets which quieted her stomach and she slept tho whole night through Two bozos of these Tablets havo effected a permanent euro and she is now well and strong For sale by S E Welch Jr t 1gU td eN1N pt a t m5 a u t l7rtj SlAf t aM- sostiU1 elatlfaNdatytllyh0 Moro Riots Disturbance of strikes Bro not near ly as grave as an individual disorder of the system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will be follow ed by utter collapse unless a reliable remedy is immediately employed There is nothing so efficient to cur disorders of the Liver or Kidneys 811 Electric Bitters Its s wonderful tonic and effective nervine and the greatest all around medicine for run down systems It dispels Nervous ness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs Only roc and satisfaction guaranteed by the East End Drug Co Druggists u h 8 Gooa InlBstlDBnt Sb1rorapltl TetelraphAltarlatleryl w11l1701l1ll1t tractloni for TELEGRAPH OPERATING- A furfntUnc study that will ssabtsyoo to lUG en WIJP- Lttndhrm Ttlrrniph CUlnc which tiuqalU a rultiy of Kltctnrti bprdtlUr or tot the Mk lag 1 will send s Telephone Cat 1orHERMAN O TAFEL tVCHTTMIHO tltCTHICAl s Jiff Si FNVMt e lOVIIVIlU NA It saved his log P A Danforth of LaGrange Ga uttered for six months with a fright ful running sore on his leg but writes that Buoklens Arnica Salve cured it in five days For whollrI Wounds Piles its the best the world Cure guaranteed Only 25o Sold by East End Drug Co REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured a market for homennii sad homewoven goods such OB bed coverlids linen drew llnsey jeans blankets etc at follow JaR price Coverlids I4 to 18 Linen 40 to M tents a yard Threes Liosey CO eenti a yardj Jeans 60 cents a yard Blankets natural brows wool or bark d13 a pair White llnsey and white blankets Ire not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 21 yards 90 inches long All used must be old fashionecj homemade dyes- Anywomaiewhoxante to Bell cover lids or homespun to Berea College ColleRwantaspin For Information apply in per Ion or by letter to Mrs HetUe W Graham fFe Jxy I Mr J M Allon 109 E Jacob Street Louisville Ky safstliMy wife has for soma time boon troubled with rough hands nud totter After using nbout ono half bottle of Pnracomph the trouble has disappeared much to her satisfaction I used it also on my core foot louder from much walking and it gave mo great relief Paracaaph makes the skin soft smooth and healthy Is your harness In good repair Spring plowing will soon bo here Get ready for it beforehand by put ting your harness In good shape from our splendid line of Collar Pads Collars Back Bands Bridles Uamo Chains Breeching Trace Chains llames etc If you needa New Set of Harness wo hue the best Our prices are ex tremely low when you consider the qualityT J MOBERLY JJtln SUwL lltchmonJ Kf Do You Want Strongth If you want to increase your strength you must add to and not take from the physical In other words tho food that you eat must Po digested assimilated and appropriated by the nerves blood and tllISUOll before being os polled from the intestines Kodol Dyspepsia Cure adds to tho physical It gives strength to and builds up strength in tho human system It is pleasant to the taste and palatable and the only combination of digest auto that will digest the food and en able the system to appropriate all of Its health and strength giving quell ties Sold by the East End Drug C- oMONUMENTS Hras Ntcditontt tsterp- snail end Mrbl Work of all Weds done In a workmanlike manner at rear onabl price and with dispatch Allwork icuar soloed by GOLDEN FLORA tRICHMOND Ky Cbnr l Mt1IodCoalnelrlrla ea 4Mothers Llstont Protect your babies from that dreaded disease Croup by applying Paracamph freely end giving ton to fifteen drops internally Paracompb is safo and sure It does not contain any Cocaine Opium or Chloroform It is mothers remedy and should be in every home every day in the year Ask S E Welch Jr Druggistd Tis the Comfort Line FREERECLINING CHAIR CARS On the popula- rHENDERSON ROUTE Between LOUISVILLEEVANSVILLE ST LOUIS The WEST And- SOUTHWEST As we are tho or inators of Free Reclining Chair Car service between Louisville youthink a traveling to Get the Hen derson Route habitfUwill usAsk us about it L J Irwin Oenl Pass Ant- Oeo L AftLOUISVILLE l rTHECITIZEN rrHI H N J J IILI 3hll- +1111 IH IHI Eastern Kentucky News no amtipondence published unleii screed la fun by the writer The name It not for publication but as u erldeace of rood faith Write pUlnly tiH11+Htl11ttlttIltti OWSLEY COUNTY CONKLINO Tim yellow ling has dmap earod from this vicinity but more than it domi are reported on Cow CrookM A Wilson returned from Valley View this week where ho had boon to sell raft logs Sherman Rowland bought u iino cow front Anderson Tnylor this week giving a mulo in payment Mian Daisy Moore entertained tier friend Mr Franklin last wookN F Ambrose visited Sturgeon lent Sunday Miss Julia Parlor who has been staying hero at her brothers was called to the bed side of her sister in Leo county a few days agoJccl Bowler Owsleys most famous hunter killed seventy ono opossums four coons and flvo nkuukfi this season An explosion of dynamite in tho river tho other night killed laiR of flshIuwi Thomas sold a fine lot of railroad lion to Jesse Wilson OAR BAND 1March UtWe have boon having and farm work has Iw gun Those who have smallpox are getting along very well Henry Gabbard tae tho mumps Wo aro all glad to have six mouths of school In our Stale Tilluian Grinm anti Lot cher Gabbard returned homo from Oniixla last week whore they have boon going to school Tillmau will go back for tho spring term There was a tide in tho river the first of the week A number of the citizens of thin vicinity havogono down the river on tlmoorH 11 Rico ono of our merchants has bought a groat many eggs in the last few weeks Ho bought ono hundred dozen In ono dayOur vicinity is moru peaceable ftlnco there Ino whiskey in it If we could keep whlskoy out our county would prosper to a greater ex tent Whiskey in the inundation of most troubles Look up the cause of thn fights and you will find that whiskey was at the bottom of them I Iwliovd in temperance and oaco t Editor and Preacher Plan a Trip P M rrye to Act at Outdo and Vouch for their Identity Editor Jamie M Racer of TilE CIT IZEN and Pastor II J Derthick of nOnA Second church in company with county examiner P M Fryo of Owsely county plan to visit friends in Jackson and Owsloy counties tho comingweek RorDerthick will toll tho good news of salvation Editor Racer will preach tho Gospel of good road lag and Mr Fryo will act as guido and maim introductions whore needed This trio will speak at tho Christian church at McKee Monday night March 28 Royal Oak school house on Tmwday night tho 2Uat Presbyterian church Boouovillo Weduosdy slight the 20 and McCollum schoolhouse ou Thursday night them Other appoint ments may bo made whilo on tho trip Postmaatern and CITIZEN readers will ple8ll0 give on wide notice of these I meetings as possible JACKSON COUNTY KIRBY KNOT March 22 Thcso who have or chards are rejoicing over tho prospects of a good fruit yearVery little farming not oven gardening has been possible hero because of thodauipues of the soilJinn Narvol has rented and moved into n house hero belonging to Tutu Click Mahlon Baker had a working Saturday John and James Durham wont to Boron Friday onbusineseJobe Deane has returned from McKee where ho has been several days this year assisting J R Eagle in his office Honry Combs and mother passed here on their way to McKoo Friday Frank Gay and wife visited Albert Powell and family lost week Miss Annie and Lizzie Powell visited Mrs Laura PPowell Friday Albert Powell will go away tomorrow Most of our sick are improving ROWAN COUNTY MORCHCAD March 19A block of cannel coal weighing 4000 pounds was loaded on tho oars here and shipped to St Louis The coal was hauled from Morgan county a distance of thirty five miles and will form part of Morgan countys exhibit at the St Louis Exposition ofJJMMIMHl IrllIIIIIlHHI ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE Mar 21 Thoto aro several casts of measles in this uoigborhocd Rev JWLambert went to Richmond Sat urday on business Died with tho measles March thin 10 Lucy tho pretty little 3 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs J J Wren Henry Hambliu Jr went to Berea Saturday on business Mrs Mary Wren of this place is visiting her daughter Mrs Bottle Wheeler on Paint Lickcrook who ivory NickMrs Mary Single ton Is shortly expecting to go and stay with her sister Mrs Martha Dobbs at Springplaco Ga Thomas Young mill son loft for IIIa fow days ago Miss Bertha Ogg of Boreai sited rel ntivofl hero last week Sam Lambert has bought his fathers old homo placo of J Moore Tom Wren bought n wagon and team of Thomas Young ro- rSIOOMr Patti Montgomery visit ed Mrs Etta Liunbort Friday Rev J W Lambert and Henry Hamblon Jr ore expecting their now mills in this wIkWo were very glad to road thin loiter in tho Citizen written by T T Simmons in answer to the report of his death MADISON COUNTY PEYTONTOWN March ZIIto Goo Miller has jnst returned from Danvillo where ho has boon preaching Mr and Mrs John Gentry attended services in Richmond Sunday Miss Maggie L Smith of Somerset Ky is hero spending a few weeks with Miss Addell Phelps Goo Shearer is still ill at his homo Goo and Andrew Walt of Bozeman Montana spent a fow days hero last week the guests of Misses Smith and PholpsW- ALLACETON March 22 William Weaver is very low with lagrippo George Carter and family wore the guests of G E Brocksman and family Sunday M G Hyatt has been very sick fora few days Wheat crops are not looking very woll in this vicioityR B Gabbard has boon on the sick list for the past woekMrs Tindal was the guest of Mrs M E Gabbard last Friday Troy Devalt and sister of Preachers will spend Saturday night with Pal Rodgers and family HICKORY PIAINS March 2Mr Fanny Stewart is very low with pneumonia Sallio lush and Maggio Adams spent Sat urday night with Mrs Kez Cornell son Honry McNead of Whitloy county Is visiting Messrs Howard and John McKeehan Tom McKee han and wife spout Sunday with James Gillmoro and mother at King eton Mistes Dorn Williams and Sallie Bush spent Sunday night with Pearland Maggie Adams Mrs Baillis Wilson and Misses Mary and Bertha Powell spent Sunday evening with Mrs Irvine Baker Miss Bertha Johnson was tho guest of her cousin Eva Johnson at Silver crobk last week Burrows Smith and sister Myrtle of Caleast and Joe Maupin and Minerva McKeohan spent Sunday with the family of Daniel Maupin Sidney Bongo loft a short time ago for Villa Grove Illinois M IBS loin Harris is at homo from a visit to her brother R R Harris at Peytontowu where her sister Joicio is assisting him with his merchandise BRASSFIELD March HJTho school at this placo conducted by Miss Lizzie Scaval of Laurel county is progressing nicely She is a very able and consecrated teacherElio Johnston of Estill county fell from a bridge near Panola Monday night and was not found un till Tuesday night at 8 oclock He was unconscious and still remains so fle cannot live he fell thirtyone foot Babe Harris of Pauola a small son of R W Harris died Sunday of pneumonia Mr Harris was in Illi nols setting up a stock of goods and didnot roach homo until after his sons death Tho bereaved family has our warmest sympathies Flnt Janes of this place is on the sick listDr Curner of Speedwell is having a hard time responding to the calls of his patients who are many and well scattered He Is an excellent physi cian Todd Bros merchants hero have just received a carload of oat seed and will give their customers a fair dealMiss Mollio Pearson of Kerby Knob is attending school here Friends of Boron College say the school has done more for the poor people lu eastern and central Ken tacky than every other college in tho Stole Tho source of the legislative bill recently passedat Frankfort proves it was not dono through any pure motive The smallpox epidemic iu this county seems to have boon a feast for a number of people Keep TUB CITIZEN before tho critics oyes Illtl +11lHHI431hI l+Ir The Farm SILAS CUEEVER MASON Editor HHHHiHHHfrlHIHH A HANDY PLANT FRAME Knullr Blade and With a Convenient Device In the Nay of a Cover There ore a great innny people who take nil Interest In gardening whose In curves and position do not ndinlt of their leaving n greenhouse A number of gardening enthusiasts thus plated do however possess n garden sash or HALF OF TilE OUTEn FIUMK OPENED two nnd there are others still who would and could possess them were It not for tho tedious work during cold weather of covering and uncovering the quell light shoveling snow nod other disagreeable things The Illustration herewith presented depicts n bandy simple mitt Inexpensive device We take nn ordinary garden frame of four lights the average proportion being Oby 1 l foot each sash being six feet long by three feet wide At the back the frame ordinarily stands three feet high nnd eighteen Inches high In front Around thin ordinary frame we have to make nn outer frame of rough planking leav ing n space between the two of eight een Itches which has to filled In afterward with fresh leaves stable ma nure or litter preferably stable manure anti leaves mixer Hinged to the back of the outer frame as shown Jn the illustration we have a permanent cover for the top This U also made of rough planking la nine feet long three or six feet wide as desired and six or nine Inches thick An will be seen from tho Illustration this la merely a frame packed full of salt hoyAt tho back of the outer frame and nine or ten Inches away from It Is firmly placed nu upright post 0 by 0 Inches nnd rising nine feet above the top of Uio outer frame On tho top of this post n pulley Is fixed n wlro U run from the front of the outer coy ering over the top of tho pulley and attached to a weight at the back Tits weight can bo of any rough material no long ns it counteracts or balances the weight of the covering It Is mere ly to aid In raising and lowering the covers In the same way on window sashes are raised This Is very much superior to rants or Jitter which many people still use nUll tho danger of breaking glass Is done away with Moreover on n bright day when tho covers nro raised being ut the back or north side of the frame they net us n shelter and air can bo much more safely admitted With such a frame nnd covering the season for growing lettuce lu frames INNER FBAME can be greatly extended Parsley nnd violets can bo kept nicely all winter and work can bo resumed touch earlier In spring In tho Illustration one guidepost Dull wIre nro shown for tho raising and lowering of two covers Title ulm pllUes tho Illustrations but It It In de sired one can bo used for each sash and In such cases tbo covers could bo made stronger James T Scott In American Gardening Trust Mrs Greene I hope you trust your husband Implicitly Mrs BrowuOh yes Indeed but I wouldnt hnr him know It for the world If heft is aware of my perfect trust In him he might be tempted to take ndvuntat8 of It you know Ex change Warning When you asks druggist for Para campb be sure you get it There is nothing just as good Paracamph is guaranteed to cure Piles Eczema Tetter Itch Salt rheum eto Remember tho name Paracamph 25 cents FOR SALE FARM AND TIMBER LAND 130 Acres youngrruiting about 100 trees 10 acres in light timber good for Irewood etc Limestone spring water sullieient for two or throo fami lies all tho year Small cottage and barn CO acres commerical timber esti mated to produce about CO cords ol tanbark and 4000 railroad crosatios or 200000 feet lumber All tracts joining so as to make one complete farm- LOCATED onUIt Zion B miles southeast of Panola Railroad Station and 7 milts southwest of Irvine Estil KyFor call on J R Smith on the farm For price and deed call on or ad dress W D Smith Box 204 Beta Ky EDITORS COLUMN Bargains Tho 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brain St Richmond Ky Williams is hotter prepar ed than ever to do your W A TCIII CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clpan fog and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams a Main Strrbt Berea KyIe The Citizen d we q year 0 mos 600cIlgrR s KIOM HOME ACKX3 A t nm of purtnesIn the air thlnttJn Perfume and beauty everywhere SKJel trees the grass the very loam I love them all this If ovr home Million on million year have sod To frame green fields and bovvcrlnc hillt The mortal fora moment tills His pan of earth then Is he dead This knows he well yet loth he hold ills parudluc like mutts gold- I would be nobler than to clutch My little world with gloating grasp unchupOrredFor my own Joy ne for the good the gentle brotherhood as the seasons move In mirth tipor bloom nnd Bird of snow and leaf my calm spirit rise from grief eartha or Ut Let me but gather noags from It W Glider In the Atlantic A DANGEROUS FLIRTATION I By BRADFORD K DANIELS I OupjrUht t i tMllj Story rub ray DREW shut the stable door 1OliN a bang that made Hess the gray mare snort In her stall There they are again he growled as he got a glimpse of a dainty form in white muslin through the shrubbery across the way and heard a hearty masculine laugh Thcyro playing croquet and hes stepping round In his patentleather shoes and high collar putting on all his fine airs and shes comparing him to me I saw her look at my shoes and then a his when I called for her Sunday and she hinted that Id better send my cola lars to the steam laundry Instead of letting mother do em up Two hours later John crossed the road In the gathering darkness and started up the path to Mamies home I used to like to call for Mamie but now Its worse than pulling teeth with that dandy looking at me as If Id just come out of the ark he said In a moment the sound of singln- reached his ears and he paused to listen Yes they are singing together She never would sing with me said I In added bit JGoinglooked In Mamie was seated at the ora gan and Mr de Pledge was standing beside her turning the music Once h stooped so low to look at the sheet aha John was sure Mamies yellow curl touched his cheek With an oath the ablindlyto the road Then h suddenly stopped as If possessed of a new Idea He shan have her curse him Ill teach him to come between me and Mamie And he hurried off to his own house In a few minutes he appeared at the back door with a saw under his arm looked can tlously about and then slipped alon citlon of the reseryolr If you care to you may take my easel and try another sketch this morn- Ing Miss Payzant Ive got to run u to the city You do wonders consider ing how little Ive shown you I wish youd try those gnarled old trees In the ravine below the reservoir they are so picturesqueOh you Mr de Pledge It to kind of you When do you think the light will be best This morning I think Ive been working there myself every morning for a week and Ive found the light at Its best about ten Then I must hurry off for Its after nine now And Mamie bustled about finished her mornings work and was soon on her way to the ravine Willow Gap as the ravine was was a deep cut through a hill made by the ceaseless wear of a brook which emptied into the river beyond Willows with gnarled roots clutching at the stream flourished In this deep rea ess which since the two great reser voirs had been built above It for the drythroughMamie was hardly out of the house before Louis de Pledge the young artist had come up from New York In search of a few weeks quiet In the coun ry and was boarding with the Payzants started for the railway station Seeing that ho was llkujy to miss his train It be a went round by the road he decided to take a short cut over the hill past the reservoirs As he approached the upper reservoir he saw something flash in the snullght at the end of the sluice and pingprojecting buttress In a moment there was a crash as the timbers which supported the massive gate of the sluice gave way the water came through wlMi a mad plunge and at the uptodone the dastardly deed still in his hand wheeled suddenly round and when eyes rested upon the artist they seemed to start from their sockets o You hero he asked in a husky voice I thought I saw your easel down in the ravine a minute agob eyeIng of the water was now thundering into the reservoir Miss Payznnt took easel n few minutes ago and has gone o the ravine to do some sketch- Ing Ive cut the timbers In tho lower staler exclaimed John Drew and chtd down the slope toward the ravin He had not gone flee rods be that weakened rah rare way and I with a deafening roar the walei pourea lulu the ravine For a moment Louis de Wedge stood In blank astonishment thinking Drew mad Thrn as the horrible truth dawned upon him he sped away after the retreating figure When the artist arrived at tho ravine it was a seething moss of water which bore down everything before It Tho willows were wrenched tip by the roots and swept along In one mad jumble t swaying snapping branches whitened with foam John Drew was running up and down the shore waving his hands like a mad man Ive drowned tier Ive drownedI her he kept shouting Then rested upon de Pledge It was you you hound that I meant to drown for trIIng to take my Mamie away from And seizing the artist about the waistI he tossed him Into the middle of the tumbling waters When Louis de Pledge opened hisI eyes he was tying on a sandy beach Ills head throbbed so badly that at first he could not think then as ho saw a twisted willow branch near him It all came back to him In the distance was the high ridge crowned with maples f where he had discovered John Drew a his Insanedeed Getting up ho stretched his stiffened limbs and to his great stir prise found that he was not disabled Evidently the mail rush of water had swept him out to thlA little Island In tho middle of the river Passing round a headland he noticEd a patch of white on the sand and hur rying forward saw a dainty shoe protruding from under n white skirt Mast ily pulling away the debris which cog ered the body he discovered Mauils Payzant her hands still clutching the easelThe fiend to murder an Innocent girl he exclaimed taking her up tent deny If he Isnt hanged It wont beIthe fault of Louis da Pledge And 9 carried his burden up to n grassy slope and was about to lay her down when he thought that he saw one of the eyelids quiver For the next hour he workEd as he had never worked before trying every device he had ever heard of for savingllteunderslmllarcontiltloneanat d and said Why didnt you dgJohn and then closed them again ei believe IIPresently Mamie opened her cye again and looked wonderingly shoo t Why Its you Mr do Pledge tolam Then she looked atthedllapldatcd easel Oh I remember now Tho reservoir thsj at the pretty face with Its tempting lip harmti hertwho was trusting him and waiting for his return brought him to his senses They have seen us from the shore he said and they are shoving off a beachgof a freshly sawn piece of timber lying at his feet and at sight of It his auger at John Drew flamed up afresh He was Just about to denounce tho mans cowardly deed to Mamie when thepmoment blushed so prettily that he quietly shoved the telltale piece of timber adriftSuch a narrow escape he beganI Johnsa approached thoIshore The reservoir broke and washed us both oit here Its a thousand wonders we werent crushed to death not to speak of drowning Here IB Miss IaIzant Mr Drew all sate and sound You ought to be entitled to a kiss utter such a miraculous escape Come well all turn our hacks For a moment John Drew gazed at the speaker In speechless wonder Was hoImocking him Surely he meant to nounce him to the police as soon as they landed Then an Inkling of the truth- penetrated his slow brain and UI1JI1UI1K sheepishly out of the boat and blushing furiously he tool Mamie In his arms and kissed herII think to townIthis afternoon Miss Payzant Louis de Pledge at breakfast the next morning Ive spent a delightful month and I shall always remember Willow Gap I wish you could stay another week Mr de Pledge because John and I would like to have youfor the best man she eyesImPayzant and should he delighted but I really cant stay another day I shanttarget you though And he didnt For a beautiful oil- ainting of Willow Gap as It was Dc It was laid In ruins now adorns the mantel of Mrs John Drews parlor Curious Tattooing Custom Tho Turkana tribesmen of Africa are said to have a curious system tattooing by which ono can tell tho number of people a man has killed When the body is covered with marksTfrom tho shoulder to the waist rior continues the record on the bcdlC3 f his wives Our People on Deck Tho American physician who has een decorated In Paris with tho cross the Legion of Honor only shows tho stuff ho Is made of by winning it Decorations dont count In this country remarks the PitUburg Dispatch but If they did they would all come to Amer loans JapanThe trollS Liverpool to Yokohama will bo 2200 miles shorter than that across titUnited States THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Le toti lii thto liilrr niitloiuil Series lur Inn h 17 IIIeI1 slit rtiriy IU lltt lltlKUII IUIIu11111nd lrii wrntabout nil inllloi IrirliliiK In tbrlrt inuiiuur and inrnililim tie u IMI ur llic Uliiuilinii mill hciilliiK allIIIIIIIIIIT of Irlacs11911 llSU- CIIKUNOLCaiUAU HKVIKW- f A U S April Jerusalem At Twelve Years Jesus Attends Passovtr LU 4052 A D 2C Summer JudaeaJordan Preaching of John the IJiplUI Matt 1112 Ilk I1S Lk 3118 A D 27 January The Jordan Hap tlsm of Jesus Matt 31317 Mk 1911 U 32121 A U 27 Januar February Wllder teas Juda artIIIPlalion of Jesus Blattf 11A1k11213Lk1113-A D 2S April Nasareth Jesus It Jccted Matt 130158 Mk C1C 1J lIC3fl CaperrlIImJflUI t Malt 11310 Lk 431 A D 2Sdpr11 AIayCapenlaumCAI of Pour DIscplM Matt 41822 11 1MC20 Lk 5111 A u 2S AprilMay Capernaum A day of Healing Matt S 1417 Mk 12134 Lk 43141 A D 2S AprilMay Galilee Tour Through Galilee Malt 42S2 Mk I1545 Lk 44244 Lrpe11ay A n 2S Early Summer Cnpercnum Healing of Paralytic Matt 92S Mk 112 Lk EI72C SummtrCkparnanmf 2 117 IJ S 73S A ZS Rarly Summer Near SabhnlhIi lalthilraling OGJIINew r CaprrnaumChoosing the Twelve Mk 1irM9 Lk 1219 CapcroauSsr m Sl Lk 02040 A D ss Summer Capernaum MattLClrrrnaumAnolnlhlJLk 73Co otTIehlnJMl 4134 Lk SMS A n 23 Autumn Galllre Stilling of 43UA D 2S Autumn Gadaralkallnr- at g the Traonlaes Malt S2S3l Mk t12n Lk S265i apernanmRatalnMk B243 Ik S I15G A D IS Autumn Galllre Healing Df Jlllnd Men and Dumb Deraoniv Matt 92731- A D 2S Winter Naureth Hrjtctcd the SecoLd Time Matt 135465 MK C1C Lk 41030 A D 2S Winter Mcrhacrus Caper nauin Death of John the Baptist Matt 11112 Mk CH2 Lk 979A D 20 March Hethsalda Juliurl Fetdlrg of tins 60ao Malt 141123i IIILure 21052Golden Text And Jesus Inrrraitd In wisdom Iud stature sad In favor with God and nun Lofton llIbe Preirlilng of John be nattbt Milt 3112lntdeaT- ext Repent ye for the Kingdom Heaven is at hand Matt 32 Lesson Illrhe Uapilm and Temptation of Jettm Matt 313ill Ocdtti Tnt And lo a voice from Heaven tsaylns This It My beloved Son In Whom am well IlltAltdIMaLt 317- lerson IVJtgutg Rejected at Nazareth Luke 41630Golden Text lie came unto ills own and Hit own received film notJohn 111 Ltsvcn YJews Calls Four Dlrcl plea Luke 5111Goltkn Text ItIye continue In My word then are ye My disciples John S31 Lesson VIA Sabbath In Caper naum Marti 1213 Golden Text laid ICs hands on every one orI them and inlEt them Luke 440ILenon YllJesll Forgives Son Mark 2112Goldcn Text The Son of mnn hath power on earth to forgive slnir Mark 210 Lesson VIII Jesus and tho Sabbath Matt 12113Goldcn Text It Is lawful tp do well on the Sabbath days Matt 12 12ILesson IX Hearers and Doers of the Word Matt 721 2DGolden Text He ye doers of the word and rot hearers only James 122 Ictpon XJdsus Calms the Storm Mirl4 3541 Golden Text Ho milk ith the storm n calm so that the waves thereof are etlll Psalm 10729 Lotion XlDeath of John the lisp 1st A temperance Icuon Matt 1412 Golden Text lie thrall faith arLesson XII Jeitm Fccd the Five- housand Mttt 11123Coldene- xt I Jesus said unto them I am tho broad of llfoJohn C35Pta and ThlsMr Sense flees when the conies rule fho vision of God gives right views ot- all things A world without God Is n circle withbout a center The principle of expediency is worse than none at nil A man cannel be fervent In spilt If he is slothful in biKlctrr True prayer Is more likely lo transform our wills than to change Gods Tho fool who buries his hend In tho dust has usually the Impudence to declare that thou can be nothing dieter Hams Horn Vwy WE ARE WINNING roT BY III A ttrcltution by John Anderson Why should our fret grow wenry or our hands rtduo to toll1 Although thrros much to make us sc thtrrn more to muki tie mottle ICinlniniifriJ foe surround us stil b these shall outwit Wt know and Unit should cuter us on were winning bit by bit Never oerlook those lessons that are wrlt ten tar our good They airprintedanthrgtlhxetread ona published on the wood moveeW Ire know lint tint should cirri un on a Irwinning bit by bit fire how the run roars slipping out oleo Ithe eastern 5k An liitBtit toiii bluse of IlKht would bliiil the strosbrost ee sellingfurtlleack b Ve know and that should cheer tie on Mvrv slating bit by bit How grandly art from age to age unfold that loving lore Pram hieroglyphics to talking IOHVH aml telegrams ne roar from imeknlwJ on to royal Hurl and Iron horse wt lilt We know anti that should cheer ui on were winning bit by bit The tyrant Drink HIM klllh arid an4 lend n mighty hoit IlHt here and there lil miclent guard re potAlld MI hi fou ate ek er knit We know It and that should cheer us en wen wlnnlnK bit by bit When MIand afoul In Iwttif meet the conflict may be long lint run fie doubt whoa lips hall lnK the grand triumphant tens Truths diamond sword In Krvedomp bait tint neer been worcttd yet We kiMiw Anti thus ilould cheer ui on sere wliinlnc bit l bit John Anderson In mlon Advocate HE KNEW HOW TO SAY NO It Saved One Young Man from tho Snit Fate of Ilia Bibulous Companions Five boys worn tixethor on th play ground of a Hchoolhouio They hat grown tired of the game In which they had teen engaged and wore seated o tho itrasa near the gohoolhoiuc door Lets go to tho flthlni pond Joe Hartman We can be back before books So we can Mill Hilly Ilennon rls Inc Im with ouIm always ready for a swim know wr can bo back before book but It wont hurt much It wo do lore a little tithe I dont care for losing a little time Maybe the teacher will whip ux If we arc not back by one clock This 1IUT IT WONT IIPHT YD TOTAKB A SOFT DltlNK ramo from John Jennings II doesnt like It whim were pall ono clock coming III And he pnnlihwl Itulph Ilankln for being too lava one tiny IOhways afraid of getting whlppwl Como along ami dont lit bab We can ho jlVoshave MrmniHB to say no Another boy Edwin Harris was asked if he would go and ho readily assented Then Joe Harlman askod the fifth boy If ho would RO with thorn to tho swimming place as It was often tolled No promptly replied henry Dale Ill not go And why not Mr Dale asked Joo somewhat Imperiously Hecaueo I promised my mother I would not This was Henrys nrwwer and It was followed by a live burst of laughter from the other boys Joe however was tho first to lead In time laughter Then you must bo tied to your mothers apron string eald Joe do- rltlvoly I thought you could bo n mnn In splto s f your mother Wo need not stop now to discuss the matter of manhood said Henry I have told my mother that I would not go again from school to that place and Intend to bo as good as my worllI you all Intend to go you can go right along You need not whit for me nut added one of tie boys In do rill on well like to have you along to take care of Yes added another and wOd teole If we had a real good mothers oy along These derisive remarks however were lost en Henry He turned away and went to another part ol tho playground 110 The boys ware absent when hooks nt was called by the teacher and they were punished Slime years had passed and Henry was engaged In n mercantile house in the city He had been In this position for three months lie liked the burl new and his employer was beginning to feel that ho haul employe n young man of Integrity a young man who could be trusted No great temptation however hail appeared to turn tuo courseI of some young men who were somewhat reckless and there young man whom we shall designate as Tom DIrk anil hitsTboarding place with the Intention of brooking him In as they called It We want you to with us and seed tho tights sold Tom And added Dick well not li t you ulget Into may trouble Wo merely want to show you city life as it Is And continued Harry you carr then walk understandingly You dont want to be called a greenhorn Wit want you to bo smart Wu wont yeti i- to see some of the wickedness of tier world so that you can understand where you are II We want to break you In to wpcak Wo dont want you to be considered a greeny Yntr have been hero long enough to learn something about city Ufa and vt wont you now to commence to learn Woir show you around and well see that you dont got Into any trouble Henry was willing to go He didnt know Just how these young rasa stool They had peon friendly hail trnald- hllll will and those who had HK knn of them said nothing derogatory to tholr character henry wont with them and when they Mil walkout anti talked for nwhltn Dick propotci that they go Into n saloon anil have n drink- dont drink mid Henry lint It wont hurt you to lake a loft drink dent drink said Henry neither hard nor soft Oh said Harry dont n Banes come and take a drink Wu want you lo ho likes other peopled Now MM usury tie he straight coed himself manfully you have my answer dont drink If you want to drink will not detain you know the way lo my boarding IHHJIO You rest go your way run go mine I would not take a drink of Intoxicating lIquor If by doing to could gain the whole world Im what you mlB l der nominate a set fellow promise my mother that would never taste Intoxicating liquor anti I will ROt A loud laugh from the pretended friends was the answer to tkU till raid Tom returning to then attack We dont ask you to drink anything Intoxicating If wau soft drinlut 1wo were talking lout clow them all III IntoxtetllNg drinks will henry Goal night I am going homo Another shout of laughter followed him but ho coral nrt Ho had unex pectedly founJ out the kind of friends they were and Im was thankful Ten years have gone Into the cycles of tho past Henry her a protnln Mt position In a lame mercantile house In the cityof N Tom went Into the by paths of the wlekwl and was acct dentally klllwl white tinder tkn InBu once of Intoxicating liquor Dick Is an outcast anti Harry Is considered a cipher As y sow to shall yo also reap II Klllott Mellrlde In Unltwl treUy tenon TEMPERANCE NOTES When drink comes In nt tM door prosperity lilts eel of the windowFNational Advocate Let us have faith that rigId muhofl mlRht and In that falOi lot m to the end dare to do our duty M we nwlcr stand ItIllIcooln The iterpetulty of this gOTornMont will depend upon the moral and rHg tutu training of the otitkGuorI Waslilogtons farewell otldreM A iHovoraent Is being itartoil among the liquor men for n great bulldlni at Washington that shall be hoadquanan for the trade A charter has been an and tho stock In the company been fixed at a par value of 100 n share Notice was recently served on 70 so lonnkcnpcrs of Appleton WIs by the reform committee consisting of clergymen and laymen that evidence will be collected against all salixuis I found to bo open on Sunday Many of tho saloons heeded the warning but It Is bclloviil that some of tho more ob jectionable ones will fight Utlon Sig nalThe papers toll of n soldier In the Philippines who discourses upon n new cure for drtinkcnnosa among soldiers Wo have he says n lot of native EoldliTH enlisted here When ono of the white boys gets drunk tho captain puts a native Kdldlor over him nnd tho fallen puts on lots tit airs while marching him around It grinds aha boys FO they wouldnt net drunk If they could Different Classes of Inebriates Among time ordinary Inebriates which come under treatment in the In stitutions there err several quite tits tinct Glasgow One the Imbecile and dna luslonal stare another tho occasional Inebriates who seem to bo both 1m becllo and paretic In their mental con ditions tho third the habitual and roiutant drinkers who are like the first class egotistical and ilolnsloniil about their own strength Another claBS may be properly called rrlmtnal Inebriates who when iiiuler Iho Inllu of spirits have all the instincts and Impulses of n criminal They ate clearly Insane The nccldpntal Inebri ales Is a class by themselves and scorn depend entirely on rio surround t fir recurrent fnebrlafos In Iho paroxysm of drink rcturna stated Intervals are silted to the cpllcptold family of diseases Nearly all of those classes aro neurotics nom heredity some direct from Inebrlatii parents others Indirect from other forms of neurosis Journal of luebn sty rx- xxxxxxxxxcx cxx cxxx acaxxxxxxxxXxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxr STA TE ITEMS OF INTEREST SK CxxXKXtKXxXXXKxf7LCKXXXXYxXXKX ssssssssssssssssss END CAME QUIETLY The Kentucky Legislature Adjourned Sine DIe at Midnight Frankfort March IGHenateThe Kentucky legislature has adjourned sine die Tho end came quietly and peacefully shortly before the witch Ing hours of midnight Tho senate Tuesday passed the bill appropriating 2500 for a monument to the Ken- ta tucky soldiers under Oen Orcon Clay who were killed near old Furl Mulgs In Ohio In 1813 House amendments to the county game warden bill were concurred In and the bill passed as amended Tho house bill to allow a deputy clerk to practice as an attar ney In courts other than that In which he la a deputy was defeated The hOIl o amendments to the bill making moro specific tho fees of county and circuit clerks were concurred In The house bill to punish any one who draws or flourishes a pistol or other deadly wcrnon In a paiiungar coach or train pauev- LIlouaoHills passed Senate bit appropriating tOO for repairing the monument over President Zachary TaylorH grave In Jefferson senate bill which originally appropriated 76 000 for the A and M college but- which was so amended ns to provide only 26000 senate bill which appro priates 15000 annually In addition to the present annuity for regular ex PCIJBCB of the A and M college sen ate bill providing for the collection of revenues In Itcckham county Just In other counties of the state steal bill appropriating 15COO for tho K astern asylum The original bill provided fur 42000 senate bill prohibiting the selling of liquor at wholesale In local option districts HE FILLED HIS PULPIT Police Officers and Detectives Stood Guard at the Entrance IxMilivllle Ky March 211Vhlle j lieu and Utecllvu stood guard at the entrance Itev Charles Ixiinaril pastor of Kasl Meade Baptist church filled his pulpit Sunday after the doors wore forced open from the Inside by a mar who had opened aside window and clambered through tho opening There war no disturbance although lie antiLeonard faction stood about Inc church door none of them entering till church to listen to the services The police were on guard In oomph ance wib a request for protection inn tie by members of the nntlIoonurd action who Intended to have the pal pit flllod by Her M U Dlakenshlp but Her Mr Hlankonshlp foiled to appear at the service hour Rev Mr Leon ard was locked out of tho church last Sunday by the faction opposed to and m no services were hold Henderson Woolen Mills Burned Henderson Ky March 21ro do 1I0nIdorollanro contain ing tho Hull Hreeches manufacturing department was damaged only by wa tat Gen Cattlemans Daughter to Wed UixltiEton Ky March 21Mss Kllso Cnsl Ionian daughter of ion John li Castlcman and considered ono of tho most beautiful young women In Kentucky Is shortly to become the wife of C Elmer Halley son of Chas B Hallcy proprietor of Sprlnghurst farm He Killed the Intruder Henderson Ky March 21 James Mllam shot and killed Isaac Morgan hero It Is said that Morgan went to Mllams house with two loaded pistols lie was ordered away by Mllam who had n pistol In his hand Morgan began and Milan returned the fire kill ing Morgan Postmaster Accused Palntsvllle Ky March 18Detorc United States Commissioner H S Hawra Thursday Jeff Murray postmaster In Galen Ky was held on the charge of having used postage stamps to purchase merchandise sail retorting them to tho government as having been cancelled A New State House Frankfort Ky March lRTh com mission provided for under the recent state capitol hill composed of the governor auditor attorney general secre tary of state and treasurer will hold Its first meeting Saturday to take steps towards the erection of a new state house State Danks Sued For Back Taxes Iliducab Ky March ISoState Au ditors Agent Frank Iucas flied suit ngaltict every state bank In Kentucky fur hack taxes for till past five years Thepo suits Involve tho payment of state and county taxes on about Ur 000000 of property annually h Appointed as a Naval Cadet lexington Ky March lScottGoodpastor of Owlngsvlllo Ky a stu dent nt Kentucky university was notl fled Sunday by Congressman Kehne of tho Ninth Kentucky district of his appointment as a naval cadet at An napolis Oil Well In New Territory Monticello Ky March 21WIII Geary drilled an oil well on the Dun can farm on Meadow creek Saturday and It has Veen spraying since sand was topped It has been shut down for lank we Tills well Is ID new territory THE TOWBOAT GOOLE Sunk In the Mouth of the Big Sandy Two Men Were Drowned Ashland Ky March 1JThe steam or M H noble which sank In tho mouth of the Dig Sandy Thursday mid night will bo almost a total loss Sh had Just returned from Ashland where she went to coal nnd was very heavily loaded on the bow Capt Carl Mace of Ashland one of the owners was at tho wheel and just ns the bunt entered tho mouth of tho Dig Sandy the how began to sink and In three minutes she rested on the bottom In 30 feet ot water About six Inches of the pilot house Is out of tho water Failure of the siphon pump to work properly and tho heavy load on tiio bow Is thought to bo the cause The Ooblo was just ready to hitch onto her tow of timber to bo taken to loulsvllle and carried n double crew of 12 men It Kn glneer Charley Mains of Anhlaiid stood by his post and was caught Ilk eool1Iother ten members of the crew escap ed by Hwlmmlng to the rails of tlm her aloof 100 feet away The blue Catllttll1LMont J Goble of Cincinnati Sho was valued at COOO and was Insured fu about 4000 in a Cincinnati Insurance company SHOT HIMSELF He Jested With His Wife Before He Took His LifeIloulsvlllo Ky March 19Alhert I Smith n loulBvlllo man of wide ac qualntanco over tho country commit hlmselllwithlaughing In ono room while he entered tho next A minute later she heard the pUtoJshot and found him lifeless on the bed He loft no explanation ori hlx deed Hi was the proprietor of tho largest mans furnishing store In Ixjnlnvlllo and Saturday ho was to open a hamUome new store In Fourth avenue His brother committed sal tide two mouths ago by leaping trolls the lllg Four bridge Into tho river FRIENDS OF BEREA COLLEGE Will Tnt the Constitutionality of the Law Recently PuudILexington Ky dlslII0IIIdbill by the legislature which lilt 8 co racial education In this state Tt1lr- ollOIiO to test the enforcement of tho provisions of the bill and will test tho constitutionality of the act through the courts M Marsh and G A Hub bet both representing Heron college have consulted local counsel with n view to Instituting legal proceedings Doth gentlemen refused to talk until 11uponLexington Ky March 21 number of completions In the TheI tucky oil fields for a week mates 10 Tho pleasant weather Is having a good effect Wayne county shows up with the Item results having three completions Insurance Rates Are Raised Padticnh Ky March 18A commit tee of tho National Union of Underwriters ordered a raise of 26 per cent In rnti s on nil business and hazardous risks This action Is tho result of the city officials fulling to make Improve ments In the tire departments Seeks Old Plow to Exhibit Mt Sterling Ky March 18StIxiuls Worlds fair managers are en deavoring to secure from J Urnbbs for exhibition a wooden plow made In 1826 by his greatgrandfather It Is claimed It Is the only one of Us kind In tho United States Four Children Perish In Flames Greenville Ky March 19Tho home of Ruth Bennett colored was burned hero and four small children wore burned up The mother was at work In a tobacco factory and tho fire was not discovered until too late to reecho the children Patent Medicine Venders License Frankfort Ky March 19The bill to charge patent medicine venders a license of 50 was vetoed by GOY Dcckhnm Friday because the samo li cense Is provided for In the agreed doctors bill wlilch has been approved by the governor Viva Voce System of Voting Frankfort Ky March 19Tine sen ate hill to submit to the people an amendment to tho constitution to return to the viva voco system of voting becomes A law tho signature of the governor not being required Decided In Favor of Young HnrUosville Ky March 211u tho contested election case of John U Young vs James A Hamilton for clr cult clerk of Metcnlf county Judge II C linker decided In favor of Young Hamilton line appealed the case to the court of appeals Murder Ended a Quarrel Louisville Ky March 21ln a quarrel over exchanging tobacco Sunday at Lees Landing Ky Henry Stucker Jr was shot and killed by Richard Crofton an nglneer Crpfton fled to Indiana FIFTYEIGHTH CONGRESS Regular Session Washington March 17 Senate Another eptlro day of the senate was devoted to consideration In executive session of tho nomination of Gen Leonard Wood to bo major general Senator lllackburn resuming his speech occupied a little more than two hours and was followed by Senator Quartos who consumed the balance of the day and expects to take another lour Thursday It Is predicted now that a vote will bo reached before ad- Journment Friday In addition to tho set speeches which will be made by Senators Teller and Foraker Senator willeor 20 In defense willIforIsiderable criticism by Mr Robinson 11111 and Mr Gaines Tenn the latter characterizing them as a legal led steal Rural mall carriers found many friends on the floor who advo cated Increased pay for them and tho privilege of acting as agents for newspapers and trades people Mr Flood Va denied that Perry S Heath was entitled to credit for Inaugurating ru cal free delivery He said Heath madq the claim notwithstanding the fact DostatbyeWashington March 18SenatlWith the paraphernalia for playing Jnl Alal a game which figures conspicu ously In the contest against the con firmation of Gen Leonard Wood to be major general tho members of the United States senate amused themselves for more than an hour Thurs Rnzoran executive session A lively Inter est was manifested In the game It was stated by members of the committee that the game will be Introduced at the St Iouls exposition Senators Proctor Cockrell Qtiarles Foraker Toiler Scott Pettus lllackburn and heariwere iJal AlaI rouse Throughout the day time post ofllce appropriation bill was under dls ciiRslon and little progress was made The minority leader declared the post oince was rotten from turret to faun datlon stone and the republicans were trying to reorganize Ron an appropria tion bill Just before adjournment Mr Kouthwlck N Y precipitated a brief but lively debato by hawing read an editorial from the New York World giving republicans credit tar anti prOIOIday If the merger decision was to be used by the republicans as a theatrical political brick 19SenatlJlnI nIIIItllOmonition to make a trip to the site of expositionIbill was under discussion the entire tine only one page was completed making 11 pages In all disused of Several amendments were adopted the principal one being tho Inserting of a new paragraph In the bill providing for an appropriation of 600000 for andIbefore using any part of this amount and a similar requirement was Im posed In the ease of the expenditure of the 1000000 fur separating malls at TheIIIlralrRllhannum for tho lease of n post office building In New York city to be erect od by the New York Central railroad was agreed to after It had been amend ed so as to not Interfere with the ills generalInsite GEN WOOD CONFIRMED A Notable Contest In the Senate Comes to An End Washington March 1JBy the ae tlon of the senate In executive session Friday Oen leonard Wood became a major general taking tho rank from August 8 1903 the day President Hooocvelt rondo tho promotion The contest against his confirmation has teen a notable one beginning Novem her 1C 1903 soon after congress con vened In special session and continu ing through tho present session until Friday when by a vote of 45 to 1C tho nomination was confirmed The late Senator Hannn was recognized as tho leader of the forces opposed to Gen Wool nnd had It not been for his death before tho disposition of the case It conceded that the vote would ha IsI been much closer Five democratic senators voted with time majority In favor of confirmation They wcro Senators Cockrell Pettus Patterson Clarke Ark and Dubols Applied For Space at the Fair St Lonls March 19It was an nounccd Friday that Russians living In Chicago had made application space at the Worlds fair The tflrI will Include one of tho features of Russia tho rough riding Cossacks Reunion Date Set New York March 19Tho 36th an nual reunion of the Society of time Army of the Potomac will bo held In conjunction with the meeting of tho department of Connecticut 0 A n- at Hartford Ct on May 18 and 19 Gen N M Curtis will bo orator Summers to Be Removed Washington March 19As a result of tho Inquiry Into the charges against Senator Dietrich of Nebraska Wil liamson S Summers United States district attorney of Nebraska will be cAoavcd from offlco LUCKY TED That was the nickname they called him by The lioyi at his ichool and this was why Ifs was bound to win from the start they said It win always the way with Lucky Ted grewIHe could tall a howl or throw a ball Or gum a riddle the best of all You wondered what could his secret be Hut watch him for awhile and you would see He thought It out till the thins won plain And then went nt It with might and main Trusting but little to chanec or guns lie learned the Utters that rprll Success A ready hnnd nnd a thoughtful head So much for the luck of Lucky Ted Ulanche Tiennor Heath In Youths Com pan loa HARMLESS LITTLE REPTILE The Fence Lizard Is Easily Tamed and Makes an Interesting nnd Devoted Pet If there Is anything we need to teach more than another It Is that tfumer ous Insects and reptile i which arc held areIpertectlyly ro of the plnetree hoard or as It Is often called the fence lizard Ills true that the lizard has teeth but they are almost too small to be seen tho finely serrated jaws feeling Just like the rough lips of a bass Moreover these little saurlans seldom attempt to bite and make Interesting pets I have n box two feet long one foot high and six Inches wide the tides being of glass and the bottom covered toIinchflling the five Interesting Inmates as they and sleep Two are males and 1I11t1nglllshedII atmosphere After a rain or when they first come out of their hldlvg places In the morning miny of then are very dark By holding them In tho hand a short time the color changes very perceptibly When my pets are ready to go to bed they dive Into the sand where they remain covered up until morning Then hero and there a head bobs end gradually the saurian either stretch out on the sand or prop them selves up on their forelegs In a most comclal manner They soon become alert and show how keen their appe tiles are if flies crickets grasshop themIticularly fat grasshopper another will attempt to take It away They are alto fond of roaches but care nothing for bard sltelled beetles They will no II2AHD3 AS OIlNAMCTTS seize an Insect unless U Is moving and one often knows when the attack Is to be made as tho lizard opens Its mouth just a little way before spring- Ing upon Its prey It uses Its tongue with tho same agility as docs the frog or toad and gorges a largo Insect pret ty much the same way as a snake swal lows a toad In burrowing In tho sand they make several strokes with tho right or left forefoot changing from one to time other but when this dirt Is to bo worked out of the way they uso their hind feet with alternate strokes with great rapidity The female in this way evidently digs Into the ground where she deposits a dozen or more white eggs which she leaves for the warm earth to hatch I know of nothing oho so easily tamed When caught In time hand they seldom attempt to escape Placed on ones clothing they often sit In this samo posltllon for a long time Know ing Ms peculiarity decorated my little son with 19 lizards Just to prove to some skeptical people that I was willing to back up my assertion with a demonstration Yet one observer who witnessed it declared that It was risky and that bo knew a man who had lost a finger from tho venomous bite of n fence lizard A teamster who was not afraid to handle a snake could not be persuaded to touch a lizard although they both saw a finger thrust Into a lit tie saurlans mouth Ignorance is hard to banish but It cailly drives away the truthThey nro not only harmless but bene- ficIal Lying on the fences which sur round the field of growing crops they devour many Insects as these attempt to enter the fields thus benefiting the farmers who have no appreciation of their valueA B M Spald In S len tlttc American j R MRS FOX RESTORED PEACE A Little Story from Animal Lend Which Contains a Good Moral for Boys and Girls Mr Lion lived next door to Miss Kangaroo He was very fond of roaring and she was a very nervous lady One day when Billy Fox went to take the milk to her house she told him that Mr Lion had roared so suddenly and so loud that he made her jump and lose her false tooth out of her mouth Billy Fox went home and told his wife He said he was going to tell Mr Lion and have him stop roaring so No Indeed dont do that said Mn Billy Fox Theyll both be an gry Ill go and talk to them and fix it all up So Mrs Hilly Fox put on her little foxy bonnet and went to call on Mr Lion She told him that Miss Kangaroo admired his voice so much that when she heard him roar she forgot everything else Why the other day said Mrs Billy Fox you roared DRESSED IN illS DEST suddenly and she let her false tooth slip out or her mouth and it got lost she toldme so Mr Lion was very much flattered and said that he was sorry Miss Kan garoo had lost her false tooth Then the little fox lady went over to call on Miss Kangaroo Oh Mr Lion Is so sorry to hear that youve lost your false tooth she told that lady He says hes coming over to apologize tori roaring so much Im sure I think s very delightful old gentleman hell Then as she saw Mr Lion she hurried home Mr Lion was dressed in his best He made a fine bow and apologized to Miss Kangaroo for startling her so Miss Kangaroo could tot fall to be delighted and she smiled and boxed too and Invited old man Lion to stay for tea After that the lion and the kangaroo were always fast friends and I am sure that the little fox lady Is a very good sort of person to have In a neighborhood St Louis PostDispatch FUNNY LITTLE BOOBY BIRD An Oceanic Fowl That Seems to Have Less Sense Than Any Other Known Creature IThe booby bird sn oceanic fowl Is probably the funniest and most stupid bird In time world It appears to have as little Intelligence as the old extinct dodo had according to the ancient accounts The booby nests on islands far out In the Pacific ocean and will not stir out of the wny when men land there but remains squatted on the ground staring at Intruders stolidly It can fly very well Indeed and goes long distances but when It Is sitting on the water It will remain directly In the course of a slip so that It happens often that a steamer will go clear over a booby that could eas- Ily have swam or flown out of the waySometimes booby birds vlll fly on the deck of a ship and lie there with their legs sprawling under them making no attempt to rise as If their be wilderment had quite numbed their weak Intellect The booby does not feed Its young as other birds do by carrying food to them In Its bill Instead of this the booby swallows tho food and then time young bird thrusts Its head Into the throat of the parent and the food out fIsbesIWhen two young boobies hatched In the same nest tIle Is out of the egg first will often at tempt to eat its younger brother sisterWhen orIa shot is fired at a bird It generally falls down flat the ground and screams pitiably even It It has not been hit at all so that It happens frequently tbM a gunner gathers In entirely unhurt booby birds that have simply been frightened Into helplessness Boston mobeIHistoric Feats Many of the ory remain unrivaled Seneca the Roman rhetorician was able to repeat two thousand words upon once hear ing them each In its order though they had no dependence or connection on each other Pontius Latro retained In his memory all the orations he1 had ever spoken without falling In ambasslIdorIn one day so well learned tho names of his audience that tho next morning he saluted the whole senate and all the populace assembled each by name Cy rur knew every soldle in his army by name and Sclplo had a speaking ac quaintance with all the citizens of Rome Herr von Nleublln n celebrated German scholar was once clerk in a bank at Copenhagen In which capacity he gave proof of miraculous memory by restoring from recollection alone the entire contents of a leaf In the bank ledger which had bUD lost by fraud or accident Proper Treatment of Pnoumo nla- Pneumonia is too dangerous a die ease for anyone to attempt to doctor himselfalthough he may have the proper remedies at hand A physician should always be called It should be borne in mind however that pneumonia always results from a coldor from an attack of the grip and that by Riving Chamberlains Cough Remedy the threatened attack of pneumonia may be warded off This remedy is also used by physi cians in the treatment of pneumonia with tho best results Dr W J Smith of Sanders AlaJ who Is also e druggist says of it I have been sell- Ing Chamberlains Cough Remedy and prescribing it in my practice for the past six years I use it in cases cf pneumonia and have always gotten the best results Sold by S E Welch Jr Berea Ky Farmers- National Bank Richmond Ky Surplus and 180000 We solicit your patronage JAMES BENNETT Pre S S PARKES Cushier Colds Causo Pneumonia Ono of the meet remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marion Ind who was entirely cured by the use of Ono Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining to weakenedme I ran down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds I tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold by East End Drug Co tw promptly nbuln u 8 and Fortlgii 4 mode a etch or bolo of InruUon fur port oo tentDd rrl BADEMARKS Tragedy Averted Just in the nick of time our little boy was saved writes Mrs W Wat trine of Pleasant City Ohio Pneu monia had played sad havoc with him and a terrible cough set in besides Doctors treated him but he grew worse every day At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption and our darling was saved Hes now sound and well Everybody ought to know its the only sure cure for Coughs colds and all Lung diseases Guaranteed by East End Drug Co BereaKy Price Goo and 100 Trial bottl- esEARLY J RISERS TIE rAMOUS LITTLE tILLS For quick relief from Biliousness Sick Headache Torpid Uver Jaun dice Dizziness end eli troubles aria lag from an inactive or sluggish liver DeWltl UIII Early Risers are un promptly and never gripe They are 10 dainty that Ills a pleasure to lake them One to two act u a mild laxative two or lour act u a pleasant and effective cathartic They are purely vegetable and absolutely harmless They tonic the liver DUI DEAIZI SUrfLT TID rIUAxte E C DWltt 6 Co Chicago IIAIlT HEALTHY CHILIHIEN Any child can take Little Early Rivers with perfect safety They are harmless never gripe or sicken and yet they are so certain in results that robust constitutions requiring drastic means are never disappointed They cannot fail to perform their mission and everyone who uses De Witta Little Early Risers prefer them to all other pills They cure biliousness Sold bj East End Drug Co I THE CITIZEN f IIIlIi1Hl1M ll TBom Smith has ccepted a position nt Prestons grocery Mrs S C Mason is suffering fron- a severe case of mumps Mrs Sophia Burns has returned to Hamilton Ohio to spend the summer Mrs Chas Ramsay is very sick with the measles at her home on Depot street MLSpiuk is putting up a house on the lot adjoining the residence o f Josiah Burdette Col Brutus J Clay has boon quito sick nt his homeIILynwoodRich mond Janlaijraph U S Wyatt purchased a fine com bined saddle and driving horse this week from T P Wyatt Mrs G T Spencer is gradually improving and her friends hope to see her out again soon Hay is gotting scarce and for the first time instead of buying hay th College Farm has hay tosell Hon John W Yerkes Commissioner of Internal Revenue was i this city Monday Richmond Panta irapli Cassius VanWinkle of Kentucky University Bible College at Lexing tcn spent a few days the past week with relatives here In a recent issue wo stated that Dr Settle had removed to Kingston from Big Hill when we should have said M D Settle We stand corrected The enrollment at the Borea public school is already over 120 pupils and new ones are coming in every day W J Blanton and Ellen Hays are teachersMiss Titus returned to Ver sailles this week to continue her work as teacher in the public schools thero after a week spent here owing to the illness of her mother A largo number of traveling men have visited our town the past week and each one seemed to be taking nice orders as spring business is opening up in good shape The College Farm Department has a quantity of the Buckeye Fertilizer which has done such wonders for the I College fields which it can dispose of to farmers who apply soon to Prof MasonS L Clark returned from the hospital at Cincinnati Thursday morning much improved and is again taking up a portion of his work con nected with the management of the College brickyard Two births are reported this week both girls one being born to Mr and Mrs Roy Davis at the home of the latters parents Mr and Mrs H Richardson on Mt Vernon street and the other to Mr and Mrs T K Tutt Jr- Another real estate deal was closed this morning when Hardin Golden became the owner of the residence property of Joe C Coylo situated on Center Street The purchase price was 2500 and possession is to bet given in SO days Mr Allie Nickorson and wife were the guests ol S G Hanson and fami ly from last Monday until today They stopped off hero on their way from Tennessee to their home in Southern Michigan Mr Nickerson is a nephew of Mrs S G Hanson Mrs Bettie Mason invites all those interested in spring and summer mil linery and dry goods and every wo man is to attend her opening Friday and Saturday April 1st and 2nd She promises a display which will create a desire in everyone present to- possess something from her stock J E Dallon the blacksmithclosed t n deal lastveek by which he transfer red his property now occupied by his blacksmith shop and T R Pettus J grocery to C M Mullins of the firm of Mullins and Goforlh for the sum of SU50 and other considerations p Possession will be given January let 1905 Dr P Cornelius this week purchased from Hardin Golden his house and lot in the rear of Daltons blacksmith shop and the vacant lot on Broadway street next to the Col lego lumber yard paying therefor SlGTiO Mr Golden bought his bouse and lot 23 years ago for 5300 selling the Dalton lot there from two years ago for 500 The vacant lot cost him S100 twenty years ago Most of this advance in Berea real estate has occurred in the last ton years rTiiiii iiiiiirrMrs John Richardson aged 70 years died early Sunday morning at 1her homo on West Chestnut avenue She had been an invalid for several years and only waited tho time when she might follow her husband who had passed on to the better world last August Ten children and mini erous grandchildren survive her The funeral services wore conducted time house Monday morning at 930 oclock by the Rev H J Derth ick and burial in the Berea cemetery followed The McKeoBooneville Telephone Co which was organized some mouths ago preparing to push matters now that spring weather is opening up Enough poles have been provided to complete the lino from Boron to Mc Kee and tho company hope to have it in operation by May 1st Eventually the line will be extended to Boone JeCoyln now of Berea is at the head of the company as President and Goner ans Treasurer H C Fowler as President and Dr W S Arnyx1 as Secretary all of McKee Mrs S C Lewis died at her home on Chestnut avenue last Thursday morning at 11 oclock after an illnes- extending over b period of about eight months Mrs Lewis was 50 years age and was married 33 years ago t Mr Lewis Her maiden name was Gentry and her father Pleasant Gentry is still living at his home on Red Lick Mrs Lewis became a member of the Glade Christian church at the age of sixteen and had ever since lived a consistent Christian life esteemed andrespected by all who knew her Herhusband and three children Loon Myrtle flail Etta survive her The funeral ser vices wore held Friday afternoon at two oclock from tho house con ducted by Rev II J Derthick as sisted by Revs Thomson and Cassius VanWinkle The remains were in terred in the Berea cemetery 111+11 10+111+1111 I College Items HERE AND THERE +++++ I IIHIHHI 11 H H John H Pinkard a student here from 01 to 03 is teaching this year near Lincoln Alabama with good successThe enrollment for the spring term passed the GOO mark yesterday andI reached 503 This is 28 higher than any previous record of a spring termI at the corresponding dateIBurritt Fee left early this morning for his home in Clarksburg IndI Owing to his sickness of the past three weeks he thought it best not to continue in school during the spring termThe College brickyard made a sale of 80000 brick the latter part of last week to Mrs E L Farris of London Laurelcounty The brick are to be used by MrsFarris in erecting a fine business block in that city News has reached here of the death at Flatriver Mo of Leonard Peters a wellknown student hero for some years He had been in poor health for over a year and went to Flatriver three weeks ago in the hope of becoming better W T Ford a student here during the past year and a highly valued employee at tho printing ollice was called to his home in Cambridge Mass on Friday of last week Mr Fordwill also bo sadly missed in tho Christian Endeavor and other religious work in which ho was actively en gagedThe concert given by the College Band on Tuesday night at the Tabernacle is being highly praised by those fortunate enough to be present The storm cut tho attendance down considerably yet the net proceeds will amount to about 130 This will go toward helping to liquidate the debt entailed by the purchase of uniforms last year Berea certainly has reason to feel exceedingly proud of her musical talent If its a billious attack take Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick recovery is certain For sale by S E Welch Jr Prayers for Trustees lu each church last Sunday morning President Frost in a brief and tender Trtlstooslofdecido what course to pursue in view of adverse legislation Tho question is beset with dilli culties No sum of money given to either race could buy out its interest in ulna history and prospects of tho Institution Nor could the interest of donors be easily transferred to a 1now site Bcroa teachers sent to any other place to start a colored school would meet the discourtesies common ly shown by Southerners toward those who teach or befriend tho Negro To provide separate classes in any way doubles expenses and so will prevent the school from doing as much as it has done and curtailment which may disappoint and anger people seems inevitable Whatever the Trustees do they will be blamed by some But if we cannot please men wo can please God Wo wish prayers for the right spirit Wo shall do nothing hastily or through resentment Wo need courage and faith Wo wish prayers that the great objects for which the College was founded may be in some way still promoted I do not dare to have any opinion as yet regarding the course to be taken but when we get down to tho edge of tho Red Sea God will divide the waters and show us the way The Late Legislature- An old and valued friend who has passed across tho river had the ofsboth anti saying circumstances lilt might have boon ofothe wo can truthfully and gratefully repeat the favorite ex pros sionIt might have boon worse The headless statue of Henry Clay Wll1standa conspicuous monument to this Legislature anti if a traveler should happen to pass through Frank fort after the erection of the monument to Mr Goobel and come on to Lexington anti ask why the one is headless and tho other so handsome perhaps the answer may be that Clay represents Kentucky at one period in her development and Goebel another period Lexington llerahl The Friendship of the Press- It has been gratifying that in the attacks upon Berea the press of the country has uniformly spoken words of cheer Tho following extract from the Western Christian Advocate is a sample of hundreds Tho bill affecting the Berea College has passed A whito and Negro school may however bo managed by the samo institution provided they are twentyfive miles apart Wo suppose some awful calamity would result if they were only ten miles apart The Nation makes this mild suggestion to tho Legislature To a benighted outsider aware only that Bcreas great work for whites and blacks has never boon tarnished by any scandal intermarriage it would seem as if to be logical tho Kentucky Solons should now pass a lawCorbidding any colored family to road books within twentyfive miles of any white family If the superior race is to be protected let tho protection be thorough GRAND OPENING At our store Corner Main and Center streets Berea Ky Friday anti Saturday April lot and 2nd whore you can receive correct hints on spring and summer millinery Stylo in all its beauty fashion in all its pride We will show countless shapes of pretty designs Every huo that the rainbow could hope to boast of finds place in our superb gathering and clamors for your attention The choicest and richest gems of the old world looms vie with the creation of American ingenuity in futile attempts to exceed ono an others beauty Nothing has boon omitted to complete this most elaborate style show of beautiful head gear and all will be surprised at the extremely low prices Dont fail to comp Mns A T FISII If you make one or more estimates- on guesses in our Worlds Fair Contest you will receive certificates for all guesses made Thess certificate es will secure for you the payment of the prizes your estimates entitle you to claim by being presented to the Press Publishing Association Detroit Mich through your nearest bank within 10 days after the winners are announced All holders of certificates will be furnished with olistof winners within 10 days after the results are known TAKE NOTICE lion John G Wuolloy tho greatest touiporaneo orator In tho world will speak In Herat on the IKtli of April Kcmoiii her the tiny 111111111111111111111111110 i The Home JENNIE LESTER lULL Edi- torIIHIIIH4HH4HI1I1IHI THE VALUE OF OUR MISTAKES It is always a pleasant thing to bo right but it is generally a much more useful thing to bo wrong If you are right all that you do as a rule is to confirm your previous opinion your previous habits of reasoning and your previous self estoem But if you are wrong you generally gain in know lodge anti gain perception of tho way in which your method of diagnosis needs improvement anti tho influence on self ostooln is not likely to do you harm At least that is my own ox perience and I think I have observed it confirmed iu others But tho re suIt is dependent upon deliberate effort There is a strong temptation to smooth down error and it is very easy not to gain from it its precious lesson It is more easy to fancy that there is some accidental cause for tho mistake than frankly to perceive that it is a fault But if you make a deliberate elfort to realize and to face in your own mind the mistake you have made to discern its cause and to em ploy this perception as far as you can to remove the cause and prevent u like mistake in tho future if you can do this almost every error becomes one of the precious experiences of your practical life Medical Re cord CIIEKSE AS AS HEIRLOOM cIn time re gions of Switzerland where cheese is a staple product it servos one curious purposo A custom prevails for tho friends of tho bride and bridegroom to join in the presentation to them on their wedding day of an elaborate cheese to be used as a family register Cheese therefore takes tho place in this country of wedding cako and tho family Biblo upon which births deaths and marriages are duly record ed Some of those old chooses dato back to 1GOO and at an agricultural show hold in Gessonoy In 1892 one was exhibited whoso ago was nearly two centuries The cheese had been an heirloom in a family residing in the canton of Tnud after which it became the property of its present possessor who resides in the canton of Borne II1I1+ IIIIIIIIIIIIIHII1 The School JOHN WIKT DINSMORB Editor 1I1I1HIIII +HIIIIII1 I The Ilandy Eel I Bald Mrs r1 one morning Irny dont forget thoeo things Itemember art the cruller- And then tlio mums rings lie sure to stop at mammas And Ret a Jar of jam Then swim down past the grocer And buy u little ham Id like n dozen eggplant A dozen union too Of parsley get two bunchti To put Into tho stew HE BEACHED HOME WITH DDT TWO Then come home past Lbs butchers And buy a beefsteak rare A pound or two of cutlets If you reo good onii there She tied a string around him So hed know what to do lie bought the things she wanted But reached home with but two They were the rings and cruller Which to the eel hajljclung Because he had tkem nicely Upon his backlet utrunff- Jly dear he said dont send In future for your things Unless each has a hole In JUkf these nice mumn rings Io IJ J eye FARMERS e t We want live fat Poultry Eggs Hides and Feathers We pay highest cash prices We pay 40c per doz for Goose EggsC F GOTT CO KiirrcMiini In Hcrvd Cnxluro OIIIIHIIIJ Depot Street Bores Ky ooeooooooooeooeoooooooooooooo F o Prices Right Groceries Fresh I 0 0 0 0 o o We carry a full o line of groceries o We never over o stock so always o have a fresh line o i We the i i J PlIOSE MAIN Binu 5 n THE CLASSI FIED AD Ads in this column per lino first insertion Jjc p r line each sub sequent insertion six words to lino No matter whoro you live or what your wants are advortiHo iu thin col umn and get results Cash must ac company order WANTED price Inquiroof Treasurer Otbonm TENANT to cultivate acres of llorudon Whites Station Ky FOR SALE ROUSE AND L01 on Big Hill street Boroa Call on or address L Flanery Boron SEVEN GOOD JACKS or will exchange for cattlo or mules J Ilorndou Whites Station Ky FIRST CLASS BUILDING BRICK constantly on hand We also have hard burned brick anti bats for cisterns at very low price Boroa College Brick van ALSO PURIFIES TilE BLOOD Ky week pago Worlds Fair contest iu which we give tako part wogivo credit your account every in estimator lutely free U and i o always o oil handOSee our fine line i I Deliver Any Time During Dayi iU 0 o 0 XI PRESTONS ST o 0 0 0 00000000000000000000000000 CITIZENS COLUMN ftc nKOOifwiiTdie 20 gOOtIa W IyIW of to Vegetables Candies FOUNTAIN 1Fstnoutycenlseacha- nti uinvnrd lens aro gold with postpaidN i HOMKSPUNoovorlotfl linen linen unit patterns otc I B Ambrose ConkliugKybWHO WANTS CROPS The College Farm Prof Mason can a quantity of tho Huckoyo Fertilizer which manic stick tall good corn and other crops thorpast season For prico otc soon TONS of good balm hay and W B Joints Paint Lick Ky- Inflammatory Rhoumatlamwas Curod William Shaffer n brakeinnn of Doniiittoii Ohio confined to hia boil for several weeks with fads imms tory rhlum tim II1Rnyllrotnedlos ho ways Finally I sent Ito McCmvs drug store for a battle of ChamlM rlauri Pain Balm at which time I was unablo use hand or foot 1 aunt in weeks timo able toga 1- to work as happy R8 a For Halo by S E Wolch Jr DR FENNERS I Kidriey Backache All Diseases of the kidneys bladder J urinary organ Also heart disease rheumatism backache gravel dropsy female CureI tplitI had suffered for a long time and for three weeks was down In bod unable to with out peat pain because of palm In my back which several doctors pronounced lumbago They failed to give mo any relief whatever A sample bottle of Dr Tenners Kidney and llscksche Cure greatly relieved me I bought and used two more bottles and Will completely cured al though my occupation as a dyer requires mo to bo much about water and often my clothing becomes damp or very wet I hwn suffered no return of the trouble nor any signs of rheum atUm Yours truly FRED UKANDT 213 N Elbrlcht St Muncie fad Sold by DrugRliU 60c It Ask for 1euucrs Almanac or Ouok IlookKrco w Write or Call on tp HARBER and HUGUELY j 4 I Street Richmond for prices on Oats Clover Timothy and other Field Seeds and GrassesPhone 35 J Soo our annoucomout this oil 3 tho our subscribers an opportunity Remember you full on sub scription for cent you send Tho fife abso and secure for you any Fruits oI of BIG Department npaio SEVERAL straw u was used to ono was clam cod move JJr Main I i prizo which your estimates entitle you to claim A special prize of twO in given for the closest estimate made before April but this does not lessen your chance to secure the 5000 prize Send money and guesses to day Use blank on page 3 l4Business and Government By HON JOHN C SCHURMAN rr President ot Cornell University t i E XCIilT in great crises like the civil war the busi ncss interests of the country liavc effectually con trolled the country sometimes think however that business interests may not in the future retain the same legitimate preponderance over the policies of our government which they have in the past Hitherto the business interests of the coun try have been if n 5t identical withat any rate substantially identified with the interests of the general public l all this has been changed by the modern development of the J11ut of power bslctm and the conveyance of power by elec A s a result manufacturing mining transportation and business of every kind have been developed on the most colossal scale and with the most admirably organized ramifications For this new industrial epoch two conditions arc obviously requisite one is the aggregation of capital the other is the concentration of management The effect of all these changes is to greatly reduce the cost of production both of the comforts and necessities of life An unavoidable drawback is the crowding out of the small producer and his becoming a wage earner A still more serious drawback is the concentration of the grower of capital and the power of management in the hands ofa small number of moil The total out cOllie is the transformation of the business world froth a democracy into an aristocracy or plutocracy We cannot help this revolution in the ndustrial world But like n cn we should take account of the new phenomenon in ordering 1cnsibl affairs Now when I said that the legitimate intervention mcn in the affairs of government might not he as influential I future as it had been in the past I was alluding to the suspicion U which many persons entertain to the effect that the modern commercial k spirit is politically aristocratic and plutocratic and essentially at enmity with the democratic spirit on which our republic is based Some of the features of our new economic and industrial system I have been criticised rather because they are new than because they are evil Thus it is true that the individual merchant or manufacturer who dory a small business is sometimes eliminated by his colossal competitor r But on the other hand the number of failures is reduced the big estab lishments offer steady employment with wages approximating the capacity of the employes and there is always a demand for capx men to t fill the higher and more responsible positions The worst dangir I see in the new system of business is the concentration of enormous power in a few hands Yet recognize that the abuse of this power as for example by an unwarranted advance in the price of commoditiespro yokes a more or less effective check potential competition always slumbering may at any time be rouscrd to energetic life It must be admitted that we have not yet learned how to reconcile in the most effective way the advantages of capitalistic production with the welfare of the entire people or how to protect the government of the people front the in fluence not indeed of the legitimate interests of business but of plu tocracy Need of Religious Education By REV DR WILLIAM P MERRILL Prominent Chicago Divine Igl rTl I IK greatest need of America today is that of religious edu cation The tendency of the times is away froth God and the sense of God 1Ve arc becoming too materialistic and rationalistic in our thought and life Here is a real peril The nation that forgets God or loses a sense of God is moving towards certain disintegration and disaster This being true what can be done to change the present current and remove the danger What can the Christian purple and religious people do to supply the needthe need J of religious education for we must look to the Christians to stem the tide and turn it Godward First of all we can have two deep intense convictions andvoice them as often and as strongly as possible the conviction that religion is an essential clement in all true life and that education is essential to JrelicionNot all church members share these convictions Some have a life preserver idea religionthat it is important for certain emergencies Others have an idea that it is something to be grafted on to life rather I than an original clement in it NVe need the conviction that religion isI an essential clement in all life Then we need the conviction that edu cation is essential to religion We need to set these convictions to work in the three great spheres the school the home the Sunday school Every religious man and woman in this country ought to be doing some practical personalwork in religious education and so helping to supply Americas greatest need l11onyrtDuaof Foster halt Unlrtitilyof Chicago I ITl HE reason there arc so few marriages among college girls Is the fact that they use discretion in picking their husbands There is no such idea as marriage at any price among modern college girls College girls never marry for the sake of a home They dont have to do that Their educa tion can command a salary There is an old idea that col lege life eliminates sex This is not so Some of the sweetest women of today are graduates of colleges A little knowl edge never will kill the eternally feminine in the young woman i It has been said that when a girl is graduated from a college she knows everything but cooking Perhaps but then a husband would be patient with an intellectual wife and a few lessons in the art would put g her on the road and a years time would make her cooking firstclass r A college training for the girl helps when necessary to get the bread and butter What better home creator is there than a woman who is smart She can enter and become a leader in society and in the home she is the center of all its influences Many college girls who contemplate marriage after a course at school spend their vacations at home learning the essential things which make a modern housekeeper All collegebred girls however do not think of marriage They become fol lowers of art and literature Woman no matter what sphere in life she occupies is the better for education The educated woman will lead in the world and in the home t TELLING AGES OF CATTLE It Can Be Done with Almost Absolut Exactness by the Teeth of Do mestic Animals One of the great sensations of this years International was the turning down of a pen of 1C head of Aberdeen Angus steers two years old and under threw by the official veterinarian A protest hall been tiled against this grants lot of cattle and was based upon the allegation that they were over ago 10 settle tbo matter the official veterinari an acting tor the exposition manage ment examined tho mouths of raven head of the lot of 16 cattle and made his report to the effect that two of the right wrro over three years old This dccMon sustained the protest and threw the pen of calls out of the com petition thus presenting them from winning the grand championship of the show to which they would otherwise have been entitled This Is a most unfortunate occurrence but tho veterinarian could pur sue no other course In the matter as ho found two of the animals clearly four yenta old Even where but six broad permanent teeth are seen the animal may be considered 42 months old If all the teeth are fully through and in wear Sixtooth cattle are however given the benefit of the doubt by veter inarians as there Is some evidence to show that forcing may Induce slight precocity In the cutting of teeth Great dis crepancies however cannot possibly be caused by an manner of feed Ing or kind of environment to that a fullmouthed steer cannot on any pre text be considered possibly within the specified ago limit allowed for show ani mals In tho class In question The illustrations accompanying this statement arc taken from KuldckopcrR Age of Domestic Animals and will make the subject clear to stockmen The age given under each cut Is an average one taking everything Into consideration and every reader will find them corroborated If he will go to the trouble of examining tho mouths of rattle of which he knows the ago per fectlyAt last years show a similar pro test was filed against a fine lot of cat tle shown In class for steers two years old and under three but was not sustained as no animal was found to show more than six broad permanent incis orsWe trust that stockmen generally and cattle exhibitors In particular will study tho accompanying Illustrations carefully and make their exhibits con form to them at future shows Action to this effect may be taken by tho man agement showing dentition departures from standard types will not be eligible to exhibition It would be well In tbe premises for exhibitors to make themselves familiar with tho subject and see to It that their animals Intended for showing have teeth corroborating state ments made relative to dates of birth Many desire to have It believed that forcing materially effects dentition and changes tho normal appearance of the mouth Indicating age but It may be regarded as certain that no fullmouthed steer will bo allowed to compete In classes for cattle three years old at fu turo meetings of the International Farmers Review Treating Seed Potatoes Recent Investigations made at the Ohio experiment stdtlon show that a disease heretofore but partially recog nized Injures potato tops severely at times This Is the potato rosette and this disease appears to bo general Seed treatment in 1003 has increased tho yield where tho disease prevailed from 25 to 125 per cent on a light crop Bulletin 115 just published gives tho second series of results In treating for this trouble Formalin nt the rate of ono pint in 30 gallons of water is the solution used Immerse tho seel potatoes In this for two hours after which the tubers may bo dried and cut for planting This bulletin will bo sent to all citizens of tho state who may apply for ItOhio Experiment Station Wooster O Hang blankets over the poultry house window on curvmo cold nichti OPERA PUPILS APE DIANA Fair Trench Singers In Gay Attire Oa on Hunting Expedition But Secure No Game To Instill a touch of realism into his pupils at the Paris conservatory Mr lsuardor who Is training incipient operatic stars recently toot 32 of them on a hunting expedition Their destination was KsaartslcHol and when they boarded the train the fair huntresrcs created tremendous excitement Anxious to make tho stage setting of their adventure complete they bad adopted a regalia as picturesque as It was Impractical All the way out they sang songs of tho chase When they arrived they struck attitudes with their guns and tramped along In true Nimrod fashion What they lacked In knowledge they made up InenthusiasmOne oung woman went about all day with a wooden gun slung over her shoulder and a little wooden bow wow on wheels following her about at the end of a string The rabbits did not seem to take the hunting party seriously and scurried over their feet with an utter absence of consciousness that would have discour aged ft veteran No big game was brought down- WALKS ABROAD IN SNOW TenYearOld Geneva N Y Lad Barefoot Takes Stroll in Storm with Pet Dog John Mulvey the ten year old son of Michael Mulvey of Geneva N Y Is a somnambulist One morning re cently the boys father who keeps watch over him at night went to his room and found the bed empty He searched the house but found no trace of him Ono of the outside doors was open and the father continued his search outside Presently he found prints of the boys bare feet In the snow The tracks led toward the Lehlgh Valley station which Is not far from the house He had almost reached the station when he saw the boy walking In the drenching rain which froze as It fell He was In his night clothes and his pet dog was trotting beside him Mr Mulvey overtook his son picked him up In his arms and carried him back homebefore the boy was awakened A doctor was called tnt the boy scented not to have suffered from the exposure He went back to bed and to sleep Ho could remember nothing of his trip but said he dreamed that some one was following him Manufacture of Quartz Glass Quartz glass consists essentially of melted quartz which Is made Into tubes and other articles It Is perfectly translucent The Initial experiments In the manufacture of the new glass were made in England The manu facture of quartz class has shown symptoms of vlgo owth While two years ago In its production she has m relegated- to second place by C y The prop erties of quartz glass e such that It will soon replace ordinary glass for many uses If quartz glass can be pro duced at a moderate price and it seems to bo quite possible where elec tric force can be cheaply obtained from water power It vlll no doubt be large ly employed especially in tho chemical and electrical Industries One of the Other Necessary The Missouri mule hasnt had much of a part In the war as yet but it Is whispered that there were some Yan kee gunners on those Japanese ships when the business was done The Chi cago RecordHerald remarks that thej cant do without us- MARKET REPORT Cincinnati March 19 CATTLECommon J2 75 0 4 00 Heavy steers 4 00 0 5 00 CALVES Extra 5 00 0 6 75 HOOS Ch packers C5 0 5 70 Mixed packers 5 40 0 5 65 SHEEP Extra 0 4 35- LAMBSSpring 0 121h FLOUR Spring pat 5 30 0 5 65 WHEATNo 2 red 1 03 0 03 Vi No3 winter 0 97 CORN No 2 mixed 0 47Y- iIOArSNo 2 mixed 0 42 Vj 3 77 0 78 tlmothy13 50 01375 PORK Clear family 013 70 LARD Steam 6 624 HOTTER Ch dairy 0 12 Cholco creamery 0 2Gy APPLES Choice 3 00 0 3 50 POTATOESPer bbl 3 00 0 3 10 TOIUCCO New 5 05 012 60 Old 4 40 014 50 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 4 90 5 00 WHEATNo2 red Dlyt 0 9CVi No3 spring 85 0 l7- conNNo2 mixed iC 51YaI OATSNo 2 mixed 39ha0 39yt RYE No 2 70 0 71 PORK Mess 13 25 01337 j LARD Steam 6 SO 0 82Y New York FLOUR Win strts 4 90 0 5 15 WHEATNo 2 red 1 02 0 1 0- 5COHNNo2 mixed 0 54- OATSNo2 mixed 0 47 RYE Western 0 82 POUK Family 015 50 LARD Steam 0 7 30 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 1 01 0 1 02 CORN No 2 mixed Gf 51 OATSNo 2 mixed 0 43 CATTLE Steers 4 90 0 5 10 HOGS Western 0 10 Louisvill- eWIIEATNo 2 red 0 1 02 CORNNo mixed 0 5- 2OATSNo2 mixed 0 uYi PORK Mess 014 60 LARD Steam 0 7 25 Indlrapolla WHEATNo 2 red 0 1 0- 0COHNNo2 mixed 0 4ty OATS No 2 mixed 0 41Yi Berea College Founded 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION 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guaranteeby S E Welch Jr Druggist Any subscriber to THE CITIZEN whose subscription is paid up may make one free estimate in our Worlds Fair Contest for each 25c sent in and he will bo given credit on his subscription from its present expiration date whatever that date is for the amount paid tho Namo Witch Hazol The name Witch Hazel is much abused E C DeWitt Co Chicago are the inventors of the original and only genuine Witch Hazel Salve A certain cure for Cute Burns Bruises i Eczema Tetter Piles etc There are t many counterfeits of this salve some of which are dangerous while they c are all worthless In buying Witch Hazel Salve see that the name E C DeWitt ft Co Chicago is on the box and a cure is certain Sold by the East End Drug Co Azbill Azbill forjCORN HAY and FEED STUFF Of all kinds We are closing out a lot of china and tin ware also a lot of mens Pants and Hats for less than cost For 150 you can get a nice Hat and a pair of Pants Work Shirts from 20to to flee regular BOo and 50c shirts One Mile East of Boron on the Big Hill Pike l A Favorite Remedy for Babies r Its pleasant taste and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough Rem edy a favorite with the mothers of small children It quickly cures their coughs and colds and prevents any- danger of pneumonia or other serious t consequences It not only cures thelthe attack For sale by S E Welch Jr r 1 1 AZBILLS Is the placo to get your Blacksmith ing done We have the tools and the skill 50ctWe are headquarters for good work and low prices come Bio HILL PIKE 1 MILE EAST BEREA r r r- I 1 J REMEMBER THEM THAT ARE IN BONDS Continued front page 1 Sow a nigger could loam tho meek alphabet by rote but he could never Intelligently rniittrue a passage from any nreekwrllerImpoaalbleI toM him whiit I htil Just heard Heml It umlei stood It was black a blllrk men teach Ing him I bet your pardon but lo you rend Greek your oelf- Sir Mild he a t lilt I do not for a moment doubt your word I know you think the nIgger read Greek but you were deeelvcd Ibouldut believe It It I iaw U with my own eyes and heard It with my own ears Now this condition of affairs is not something to call forth our anger or our ridicule It is the most natural thing in the world A parent finds it hard to realize that his child has be come a man A master often finds it impossible to realize that his slave has become a man And a third bond which fell upon the white man as the result of slavery was the spirit of intolerance Proud blind with despotic power in his hands the slaveholder came to the point where ho could not bear to lx contradicted he could listen to no argument on the other side he could allow no free speech Anybody who did not agree with him must be killed or driven out of the country Here again I will give you the words of a Southerner Read in the Lexington Herald of last Wednesday Feb 211901 the comments upon the tirade from Southerners against a speaker who on Washingtons Birthday ventured to mention tho name of Abraham Lincoln The writer sets forth the facts regarding this spirit of intolerance with faithful truthfulness He even says that this spirit is cultivated and is increasing How sad it is to soo goodhearted Americanborn people bound by these bonds They lose all the benefits of free discussion They shut out all possibility of change or improvement They long ago banished large part of the most progressive people from the South Let us always remember that they are largely the victims of circumstances in these regards Let us keep in mind tho many counter balancing good qualities of these same people Let us recognize hem and there the beginnings of free speech in the South And let us look forward to the glad day which is surely coming when all white men shall be free from the bonds which slavery laid upon them And now we turn to the black man What are our duties to him What are his bonds In a largo sense the black man was benefited by slavery Slavery paid his passage to America Slavery taught him the English language Slavery gave him some ideas of industry and religion But slavery left upon him three fetters within and ono great fetter without The three inner fetters are ignor ance shiftlessness and vice These same fetters bind alas many white people also But they bind a groat proportion of the colored race Every year they bind a smaller number but they bind millions still We need not dwell upon ignorance In all the slave States except Ken tucky and Maryland it was a crime to touch a Negro to read oven the word of God And since emancipation with all that has been expended for the Negros instruction the average Negro has had less than ono year of schooling in his life He does not know how to make a contract he does not know how to calculate his wages he does not know how to follow directions given him He does not know half the simple things which our children know Ignorance is a fetter and every ignorant man should have our sympathy and neighborly help Then comes the fetter of shiftless ness In slavery the Negro never had the chance to save or tho necessity of looking out for the future He had no future in this world He could not train or lay up for his children The greatest wrong of slavery was that it robbed the slave of the power of selfdirection and took from him all the motives for improvement So he is fettered still He is prone to sing and eat and forget the future as he used to do He cannot get employ ment when he lacks skill and is liable to quit when he is most needed He cannot borrow for people know he does not always pay his debts In the hard school of adversity ho is slowly learning to take care of him self but the shiftless habits that were taught by slavery will be a fetter on his ankle for a hundred years And the third inner fetter is the fetter of vice He entered the school of slavery a simple savage and slavery denied him a home or a family name Slavery kept him in order with a strong handhe dared not commit an assault or an arson But slavery encouraged often required unchastity and taught deception and theft and imparted no power of selfcontrol and self imposed morality The removal of slavery gave opportunity for the criminality of the Negro to como to light It was to bo expected that so great a change would produce excite ment and crime and the wonder is that it has boon so little Emancipation sot the race free and some went up and some down And tho whole colored race suffers from the ill repute which conies from its large criminal element For ono thing wo may be thankful Thin South is giving the Negro good prison discipline If ho commits a crime he is practically sure to be arrested if ho is not lynched sure to bo convict ed and sure not to be pardoned And in the penitentiary he is taught to work If this discipline continues it will in time make the Negro a superior race These are time inward bonds of the AfroAmerican bonds left by slavery and bonds to be removed largely by his own efforts But last of all there is one great outward bond which the Negro can never remove by himself it is tho caste prejudice of a portion of the white race This casto prejudice is not merely an instinct against intermarriage social equality as it is called In the first days of emancipation there may have been a possibility of such things But in my life whoso memory covers forty years I recall but three persons who have thought such social equality permissible The white race does not desire it and the colored race does not desire it Social equality is simply used as a screen to shield the meanness of a race prejudice which has no rational justification And caste prejudice is not a fear of Negro domination There is no danger that sixty millions of white people in this country are going to bo run over and trodden down by ton millions of black people There is no danger in any single county whore the blacks are in a majority that they cannot be persauded guided and kept from both wrong and wrong doing by white neighbors of the right kind And here let me quote again from a Southern authority Mr Joel Chandler Harris HoBays lam familiar with the history of a county in middle Georgia where the Negroes have a majority of tho population It is the county of my birth The crime for which lynch ing has been the penalty has never been committed in that county And the overwhelming majority of Negroes in all parts of the South are leading sober and industrious lives I am bound to conclude from what I see about me and from what I know of tho race elsewhere that tho Negro notwithstanding the late start ho has made in civilization and enlighten ment is capable of making himself a useful member of the communities in which he lives and that he is becom ing more and more desirous of conforming to all the laws that have boon enacted for the protection of society But casteprejudice is not founded upon tho fear of mteruiarrige or fear of Negro domination It isaspirit which desires to bar the Negro as a Negro regardless of his individual merits or the results which such barring may have upon society It is a very natural outgrowth of slavery It was to be expected that people who had treated Negroes for two hundred years like cattle should still be disposed to treat them in the same way This castespirit is not universal and in many places it is letting up in certain directions But the people who am most infected with the castespirit are so rabid and violent that they bulldoze their more reasonable neighbors into the same outward attitude But we are speaking now of those who are the victims of this caste spirit who are subjected to it as to a fetter still remaining from the days of slavery Wo are to remember those who are in bonds as bound with them We are to sympathize with a person who is subject to the indignities and deprivations which attach to Negro bloodas wo sympathize with a man who is lame or who labors under any other natural disadvantage or burden- I do not wish to exaggerate the difficulties of the Negro Let me say to my colored friends who aro here this morning you are not to be dis couraged In spite of all that caste and prejudice can do you have now a very fine chance in life You are ratter off than the Armenians in Turkey or tho Jews in Russia In fact you have more liberty than any ordinary white man had throe hundred years ago Nobody hinders you from working from acquiring skill and property from enjoying the com forts of home song and religion You havo groat and glorious openings and opportunities the grandest motives for showing yourselves capable faithful progressive This very costospirit hurts you far loss than it hurts the white man Tho man who entertains the canto spirit degraded but the man who suffers under thin casto spirit need not bo degrade You can always say with the great colored leallrIINo white man shall degrade mo by making me hate him And now lot mo speak not to our colored friends but About them Lot its remember tho bonds that are still upon them Let us put ourselves in their placo and consider how many obstacles discouragements and trials are placed in their pathway An ox ample may touch our hearts A young man of good character and education once went to a Southern city Ho put up at a firstclass hotel attended prayormeoting and made acquaintances registered at the city library and drew books and began negotiations for a business partnership One Sunday ha noticed that no one spoke to him at church where before all hall been kind and cordial Somewhat dazed he started for the hotel calling at tho post ollice on tho way He took a letter from the ollice which informed him in the briefest terror that the proposed partnership could not be made A little further on he stopped at the library and was very rudely pushed out of the building by the colored porter who simply told him that ho had orders to put him out if ho came there again The man was astonished stunned He went on to his hotel The clerk met him at the door and saidIII am sorry to have to say it but you cant stay here any longerII Wellsaid the young manIII will pack up and leave immediately after lunchIII am very sorry said the clerkIIbut you cannot stay to lunch wo have no room for you at the table Then the young man knew what had happened An enemy had coma to that town and spread tho false report that ho had colored blood in his veins That report did not change his appearance or his character But it brought down upon him the cruelty of caste and swept away in a single hour his church friends his business his literary advantages and his bod and tableAnd now I ask you to imagine how you would feel under such depriva ations and wrongs But thin Negro is born to these indignities No indus try on his part no cleanliness of por son or of soul no public service to his country will exempt him from being tho object of reviling from the meanest white man It is an old saying Calla man a thief and ho wiltoal That saying illustrates the discouraging effect which it has upon people to bo placed under tho ban to be marked for ridi cule to be called by opprobrious namesRemember if you are over tempted to use ono of thoso rudo words with which thoughtless and cruel people sometimes designate men and women of the African race that you aro put ting the iron into a human soul you are crucifying the Lord afresh This thou is tho Southern problem U is not much of a Negro prob dour but mainly a white problem Shall wo white people who have tho wealth the numbers tho power the education and the religion bo able to deal in a Christian manner with our humble neighbors of a belated but rising race How long must it take the white and tho black to cast off the bonds which the groat curse of human slavery has left upon thorn Lot us close by a return to the text I hope wo have not wandered from it Remember them that are in bonds- as bound with them It is the doc trine of love the duty of loving the unlovely A Christian has no right to loathe either politician who bound 17 caste prejudice or the colored man who is bound by slavish degradation We must not hate we must not do spice we must not scorn any human beingJesus Christ interposes his own person to shield any victim of scorn or neglect Ho pits himself in the place of the bound one He says to his friends at tho Judgment 11 was sick and in prison and ye came unto me And when they cannot understand he makes it still more plain Inasmuch as yo did it good or evil unto one of the least of those my brethren ye did it unto mo A PERTINENT QUESTION Why did our Lord Jesus Christ eat with publicans and sinners when he knew that it would expose him to roo proach and hatred JOHN A R ROUEUS Wood tock Ill A NEW CARLOADTilE FAKM WAGON is built for service rather than for style You want it to bo strong durable and light running Those are the points wo considered tu purchasing the lino wo the fatuous WEBER WAGONS d They combine all these qualities in this highest degree Wn can hack 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