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Dodge IIY I iot I I nOt a Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 50 c a VOL II HEKKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1000 NO I THE C RHXFORI RAYMOND Editor lulill lit l at the olllre ol rug CITIHN Itoroa Ky tMirmt of tkr 10lIl ojtrt nl limn GI a eM il sala 11 AS Keop thy tongiio from ovil nod thy lips trout IOIlklllJ guilu MM Tim oxoliifcion of Yogurts from Con gross IIBH glv w HID Mormons quite Hut Ijiiok 1onplo only need to know about tliu hitler day HitlulH in order to avoid thorn To a drair old womuti of ninety yours wo wild notice that you do not worry With a Hiuilo aha niiHxvur wl Iro had my trouble anti I Inv my Niruri tow hill 1 dont worry illWI prnplel- Irus Frost prwicIicM at tho Ihtpli Ht Clmroli Sunday August 1J and at Slob Lick in the oveniug at 2M hall Turin IwgiiiH Supt 1Jtli and young Moilo are hiding out thntll payH to lo on Land at the beginning ICupnal tilt ooliol Hlectton Law mill ruliuke tilt men tin at mud It FOrtEIGN King llumbitrt of I bllWlIH niwnN Hinnled July2X1 by an nnnruhiittI- tnliiM rtixirttsl nnnr Homboy In din und an improved condition III HOIIIO of tliu fiiiiiiiio districts Kelxillwii on tho Ittthmim of Patti inn put down odor sovero fight hug fiOO lint lost lhtf bonndHry line butivvon Nion niKua and Josta Uiuo hits IHHIII tied It hits INHJII in diripntu ycHts Tho Moors captured a train July 21 Inking 100 UritUh prisoners Gun Bathe and Hitwral thoinwod Hours hnru uNwjml from lonl Itaburta Still HO now from Iokin Son Iwlittve lira fortMgn ininwtere 8Mf e but hid no iKtetiigut It Is curtain duet iimny iiilnwioimritw wad ball w undiK of miUvu oon furl Imvo RXHI killed NATIONAL itilt laM ndvniieud four conta IXIUIMIOII nycoiint of tliu trouble I In the Ihitipitiiio and CourllUlit wounded ISO lMiHeioi tveio kill txl and CO OMptiiru- dQimmutiiio hues bHin Ifolnnxl guinst Opt Noino and Dutch Hnr hurt Alanka on account of tjinull pox epiduniiu there Clilmn toaohom of tutu University of Havana who aro attunding a KIWI mt r M stout at Harvard havo had their wilariiw mlnciil and HOIIIO have lot tholr ositioiiH through thu trick ury of Cubnii Ulllomln of public in btruutiun Much disorder and rioting tool phiuu iu New Orluuim hiibst iuunt to tho nhooting by a Vgro named ClinrluM of govern whilo policemen Twolvii IMIINOIIH WITH killed tied tuon tyoight WOlllltllllJuCow Clwrlus UIIH Hhollilldmdur restored KENTUCKY Firo at Klklown Sunday destroycd two grocery storey unlailing a loss of SIOXfeoploH party convention nueta in houisvillo today to noniinato a CUll didalo for governor An extra OHnion of tho legislature will bo called by Gov Becklinm in tho next ton dnys to foiiHulerthoekv tint hiv amendments Caleb Powers WUH put on tho stand Monday in his own defeuso Ho do nies all tho incriminating statements attributed to him by Culton Golden and Soaks Whoro the digestion is ootlIIml the guttural powers or tho system in n healthy state worms can find no hnb itatation in thu human body Whites Cream Vurmifugo not only destroys avery worm hut corrects nil during counts of tho digestive organs Price 25 eta S E Welch Jr Tho Lexington lloreo Show 1a and Carnival at Lexington Aug1 18 Excursion rates on tillrailroad SUBSCRIBETIDE CITIZEN I CITIZEN Locals and Personals Leon Lewis returned to Felicity Ohio TiieMlay Mr Ike Sleveim of Kiuhmond la visiting C I Ogg Miss Etta Lewis wits with rolutivus- lust 01nt Hed Lid Mr J C Teeters and CIIIIII1rut turned from Garret Ind Mrs Lou Hahis of Loiitlon visited relatives horn tlin lutlur part of hint week Welch has boon since slIlulredey and uiinhlo to iittimd to hllHillcm WAXTHB To engage room for tho coming xchool your in wlilto family Address lion 15 Uorta A goodly number of our peoplo attended thu Kiclimond fair etch day land pronounced quite a mieeess Mr and Mm Henry Dorthick did not go to Mantua Ohio as reported in our last weeks issno but urn Htill in Uoroa Mrs Nancy Ogg died lust Sunday morning at thu reiindenco of her POll IitM Ogg Till burial took place Monday at Scaffold Cant Mr Herinenogild Kliniii foreman of tho Students Job Print 1l1t today fur a two weeks visit to his parents near AnnuHliHt Md A letter from S E Welch at Vienna says that he will not ho able to reach Rerun before thu latter part of Sup temlKr as ho expects to take an over hind trip to Italy Pros W E HiggenlM tham of theoIturmi Wnllncoton and Cnrtereville Turnpike Co report that thu rounifl nil under contract with Ihu oxeuption of about twofifths of a mile The First Bnptwt ohnroh gave an ovoniitglypulp jmy for this Kt41t5 in tint church furl lolluix wero rnit iKl IRuv loliu otwellretuftlttI to hw Iota in Fla Monday llin rennmt tit the Union church in thu morning wjaml UH 15ptkt diuraji In tho WJHK ug wore of spucinl inlor t t Mm Cloo Brown wad niaoa iliftH Villiauw of Mt Vemwi who aro at Mullory SpruiKs attondwl tho MirWi 8 ltiohanlK nH at homo uud nl Mt Miss Fishs birthday imtty Mr Harold lohncon IUHTOH ode y infor hw IKJIIIB in Brooklyn N Y lu ring hU two years stay horn Harold hue inndt urea frioiidw who rlrgro twit hwill nut bo with us uuz y end Mrs Warren Ilutteoll of LvlMiion Mr and W H InrvltJ and dnughterof Laiioastor Mrs W A Hrotiius und daughter of Paris Tox wuro vbitora at thu collgo building r Fiidny Rut C IL Palmer loft Monday for a visit to Washington Philadelphia and Peiuedalo It J Mr Palmer will return to I3erun in September to roMimu hit workn pastor of the liaptiat church Missivs Wootla Fairchild Mamie and Anna llihison Messern Stevens told Johnston Chapin Hanson Dr and Mrs Gotihl composed an auburn platy to tho crater Tuesday evening for supper Tho party given by the Misses Hichardsou Friday evening nt their hcailiful homo on Center street wall one of tho most enjoyable social af tics of till tseaHon The yard was lighted by Japanone laiiterim Twen tyfour packages of cued taut been hidden in various places on tho lawn for which the happy couples hunted Ico cream and cnku were nerved du ring the evening and uro thu chimes from tho belfry pealed forth tho wee small hours the jolly crowd haul do portal With few exceptions those who received invitations to Miss Fishu party Monday evening heartily roo riponded for thu home of Mr and Mrs Fish hits long been noted for its hospitality mid good times This ocialuvmlt wins lo celebrate tho onteenth birthday of their only daughter Miss Fish has been in so duty only a short lime but slut hllHI already been tho recipient of mnllYI compliment Kefreslimuuts Yeroj servwl nt ten oclok Hunting peanuts thetrt 1tuunlvulliug tho spider web wuro feat urea of thu evening Madison County The Richmond Fair was quite uI HiicciSH notwithstanding the rain WcdncKday Large crowds attend the other three days Tho Itopnhlicans of thu Glade die trio willlmeet at tho Tabernacle Suit Aug at 2 p III to organize a Uepubliiiin club Speeches will ho mach by lion K Tut Biirnitm J T McClintock and M Kmbry of Kichmond The bursa crud muggy wniili was stolen front Mr W U Smith a furl nights ago were found in Winchester Mr Smith accomaiiicd by dipt Allman went over and identified the rig A colored wan by the name of Hun Burton has bten arrentod as a suspect Saturday evening n Democrat ic Club aim organized III Korea called the Glade Democratic Club Forty coven members were unrollwl Tho following ollicers were elected J M Kurley President J W Chancy Sec rotary 1T Fish Treasurer Tho club will meet Aug 11 The recent ruins Imvo caused n tide in the Kentucky river and thousands loomsXand its n consequence the lumber mills at trios Ford nnd Valley View which have lccn closed down for some titan on account of tho lack of timber stiirixl up Monday morning Punta graph Blotches and excresencS which soften annoy people aro simply efforts nature to throw of imp rlinlarta lo it projMjr performance of her duties Herbine will aid and assist imturo in her work and insure n skin clear curd Ixwutiful entirely frt o from till im l orfictioiis Price b0ctH S 1- 2Wololu Jr Lust A tiokot to the Lexington fair Aug lS18 UboliKl Good for all fen turns Vwluo nnliuiitHl Finder 1lLpIapswoturn to tiffs JiuTou mid got reward Thu LiruStouk D ltlrtlllllIt of the Lexiugion Horso Show Fair raid Cnrnixnl is the biggest thug over at twnptitd in the South August USIS Cheap excursion value on all rail roads tNew Telephone Connections MIIIIV of our citizens will bo glad to IwHrn that n telephone line has boon built but VIMII liichmual and Fonl connecting with the lino trout hunt to Winehet This now gives Bo rutidircwt connection wit II Winches fur PuriM Cyutliiiuin Fninkfort Lox ington Georgetown rind Mt Stun ling IknNi has for dinot connection with LnllcustAr1 SpringfieldLobauul Veruon and Stondfonl People fust loarning that thin telephone1110j the quickest and most satisfactry way oommunicating as is evidenced by tho tremendous volume of business that now being transuded over tho tOurnlliliesI u Killing Dullard son of Mordicni IGeorgo slot laid innlantly killed Thomas Johnson at the Down do pot about seven oVlock Satuidny eviiiiing In the absence of Coroner Drown Justice J L fay hold an in quest over the 11011wJjch it in claimed developed sumo very drum giif fvdencp ncniii Gfo Pnllnd Jolmsuii was about 15 J gals old and leaves a wife Dud night children Ridlnrd nlo IIIM a fnnsily After till killing Hiillaid tJuJludlUIII wns no arrested till early Tuesday morning wh n o surrendered to Dept Slier id 111 Preston std WHS taken to Kichmond nnd lodged in juil V a feature omitted by tho Lex ington Horso Slow Fair and Carni val IiM8 Premiums for every thing every kind of stuck Excursion rates OUR PLATFORM This paper aims to bring the best reading to every fire side Reading is a great thing but it makes a big difference what you read TUB CITIZEN brings first a all the newsnot every tale ofcrime or horror but the im portant newsthe news from Washington and the State capital from our soldiers in far off islands from our neigh burs everywhere For the young folks we have a story and a Bible lesson for house wives a few new ideas each weekwhich should lighten their labors for the farmer some valuable hints which will help him to make more from his land and cattle We propose to best found ideas that can be on all such practical and important matters and pass them around unong our readers The re sources of Berea College arc not for its students alone Th editor of this paper can at anytime step into the largest Col lege library in the State and he has engaged several of the most distinguished instructors in the College to take char e ofspecial departments in the Those who are visite paper iIE CITIZEN will kno what is going on in the world Every will tell them somethingworth knowing TilE CITIZEN is pledged tout party It is every mans friend It stands for the things which benefit all temperance thrift kindness enterprise and education And we ask all who believe in these things to subscribe for TIlE CITIZEN p rPft51rs ADVlLc 4SO PAIkKfc3ILTl Notice In Invent ve Are look ilow to obtain IutenU DESIGNS TRAUEMARKS FREE 3I CharpesnwderntrNofeellllrntentiaeecoreLLetteraatrictl E SIGGERS P nl Lawerwathington bC G o A PROCLAMATSOF OF I ECONOMY for the Spring and Summer Season in Mens and Boys Fine Of OLOTHaING I WNanpmlwrtdto cloth you with the rowe tprlll rightly made absolutely In Amerlra Klghtlyraadc aIt U ol famous VitaU Ilnuu the only nmlylowear Clothing Tailored on actrletly Klcntlfic basli In clean well IbeIUtl1llIllIre III time IInd thought and II a dechltvl rontmet to the talloriug wen In onllnary readytowear Clothing Tho Fabric that we show are the very dwlfrni thaI will lie ecii IhU Many conflneil exclusively to us In the the above facts The moat extraordinary feature combining onr great ofler newlIlIcan and do soil our Clothing at o e LESS MONEY ee moneythan0 lml1lIdJIlnelln RICHMOND KENTUCKY f 2uZ2fZ2 22222 GZ2 ZI HI 2 sv i NNN NN NNNINNM NNNINMNNN 1 ILYearI ClaiMI FOR CASH i aving adopted The CASH System our prices have been reduced to meet the demands of the CASH trade You can buy more goods for CASH than on credit Call and examine our large stock of Women and Islets fine Footwear and Gents Furnish ings at prices much lower than ever before Call and loo ConvincedDOUGLAS BRIGHT CO 207 West Main Street RICHMOND KY The Berea Monument Co The result of yowl work and reasonable prices is that we now have customers in all parts of the State When you mint Anything in the monument line Let tin know cued Ice will tend you designs recd prices Headstones 600 up to any amount- f II Marble and Granite Monuments At prices to suit the times Materialand work firstclass JOHN HARWOOD Prop 7500 Berea Ky VORMSl For 20 Years Has l dalfWorm R ptLa UTT AXIXJ trepotr1 btu + JAMES F Sold by S 13 BOOKS BY u WILLIAM E BARTON A M1fI01llhittrailons lij Uw Rranl Uoiinil In homwpun SlSU inlnwent ICounilniine Southern nUirltw with IHlutmllasn it rover design of Tweet gum leare each The two p xllil for 11 tlld IInuta lone llyiiinii A rollee tloti of hlihenn unpublliihol melodies Jthe lint and the freedman with historical and dew rlpttre noleo In 110IThe ImilniK oed Tlirlr Slory A Hudy of the Imlmn re related to Jew bUtorr Two voluin tin box with glut lop 3LTo Seer at lntroduew 800d1Ifor children Ti cvntn yptrial Intro duttoy price pmtpuld ol1CtIKlarcry mnrvraiiil TIle author haw utllliwl u mountain legend ol lal mine 1rtce 161 The above book wit be sent lKxtMld by Plte College Bookstore frllr BEREA KY JeC TDsntaJ Surgery Office Hour to UeIU- I toS I1 BuildingHichmoml 62S00 DENTAL SURGERY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith nitildintf Vain Street HiclnnoHd Ky Telephone ltrldruerNutlIa1eeNn006954ia Imperfect digestion and lion produce disonlored 1188ImllltI the system which grow nnd firmed by neglect Heroine gnus gooddigestion l J I+ I MORGAN Best C F iE 621OO 01l BUCKEYEWHITES n at T or Good Good to Good for Bring six and II Old nest l t A BOON TO DR TABLERS PILE L J CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS Boy 60 Cei TS rJrSFr t ARD Sole Proprietor 310 t u Mien iiat ST LOUIS WL J I f THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY NEWEPAIJSR BEREA KENTUCKY Col David B Henderson speaker of the federal house of representatives Is spending the summer with Mrs Henderson in the Adirondacks Later he will leave for 1arii to visit the exposition It is something of a mistake to sup pose that women in Chinn have no rights that n man is not bound to respect The idea that she Iof no Importance is altogether incorrect In her home as a wife she exercises an authority that would make a denizen of the western world gap with won der It is suggested that it will be profit able to try the experiment of using gas engines for driving ships the gas being generated on the vessel itself Coal will be roasted in retorts aboard the ship in order to drive off the gas for the engines The coke thus pro duced would furnish the fuel needed to roast the coal The roses hefamous wooded island at the Worlds fair grounds in Chicago are said to be just ns fine now as they were during the fair Planted in 1P92 the year before the fair they are still wonderfully beautiful They form one of the memories of the fair that will linger long in the minds of those who saw them It is always difficult to secure a quorum in the New York city council At n recent meeting the necessary number of members failed to attend and the president was about to send the sergeant atarms after some ab sentees when It was learned that the officer named was himself absent and that he had not attended a meeting for months Two thousand Chicago saloons will go out of business on October Com putations made justify the assertion which means that the revenue of the city will fall oft 1000000 from that source alone It is said that the rise in the price of beer is the principal reason for the falling off At present there are 3700 saloons in Chicago which is 1300 less than five years ago M P Castle of London has sold his collection of European postage stamps for 130000 which is believed to be the biggest price ever paid Now that the Orange Free State has been taken oil the map as an inde pendent republic collectors are pay ing as much as 25 for a single stamp of that government and the price Is rising A full set of Transvaal stamps would now cost about 5000 n Miss French Octave Thanet pos sepses a novel accomplishment rare among writers She has remarkable ability as n mimic and is able to carry on impromptu a conversation between two or more Imaginary persons modifying her voice to represent different characters Indeed the dramatic element is so strongly developed in Miss French that had she not found success with the pen she would have won fame as a comedienne Although Mary IB believed to be the commonest of the names of women the wife of only one president was so named Mary Todd Lincoln There was two Marthas both from Vir ginia Martha Washington and Martha Jefferson two Abigails the wives of Presidents Fillmore and John Ad ems and two Klizas Mrs Monroe and Mrs Johnson Of the two wives of the other presidents no two had the same Christian names Among the missionaries in China of whom news is anxiously awaited there are no less than eighteen grad uates and former students of the Unl versity of Michigan thirteen women and five men Of these five are or were if they have not been killed in Peking including Mr and Mrs Henry E King both instructors In the University of Peking and class mates at Ann Arbor Most of tho graduates are medical missionaries Queen Victoria line at her disposal when she wishes to take a ride in numerable carriages Of these the coronation coach is first This car riage is unknown to the present gen eration as it has never left the royal mews at Buckingham palace since 1861 It is lovely but cumbersome was designed by George III and every portion is richly decorated and gilded Outside its panels are pictures painted by noted artists A good example of tire way the Boer war has divided South African families is found in that of which Montagu White the hoer envoy to this country is n member He is known for his loyalty to the Boer cause Ills brother is a lieutenant in the Strathcona horse He served In the Natal mounted police in the last Zulu war and then became a mem ber of the Canadian mounted police In which he was at the outbreak of the present war No nation on the face of the earth compares with the United States as a fruiteating country Not only does this country consume enormous amounts of fresh fruits in the shape of apples plan peaches and small fruits like berries but the amount preserved by various processes is tar In excess of the amount used In Eu ropean countries Other nations are now giving the matter the attention It deserves Especially is this so in Germany where the question has been Investigated for the Gtrman Agricul tural locitty A DONT tEl THE SONG UO Dont let the noaff go out of your life Though It chance sometimes to flow In a minor strain It will blend again With the major tone you know What though shadows rise to obscure lLtce skies And hide for n time the sun They sooner will lift and reveal tho rift If you let the melody run Dont let the song go out of your life Though your voice may have lost UltrlllI Though tho tremulous note should tho throat Let It sing In your spirit still There Is never a pain that tildes not some gain And never a cup o are So bitter to sup but what In tho cup Lurks a measure of sweetness too Dont let the sons go out of your life Ah It never would need to go If with thought moro true and a broader view We looked at this life below Oh why should wo moan that lifes spring time has flown Or slch for the fair simmer time The autumn hath days tilled with paeans of praise And the winter hath bells that chime Dont let the sons go out of your life let It ring In the soul while here And when you go hence It shall follow you thence And sing on In another sphere Then do not despond and say that tho fond Sweet pongs of your life have flown For It ever you knew a song that was true Its music Is stilt your own State II Stiles In Boston Transcript THE STURGIS WAGER A DETECTIVE STORY J Dy EDOAR MORETTE d Copjrlghtim by Frederick Slokti Co J1lo ia1 u L CHAPTER III CONTINUED I beg to suggest remarked Dunlap that the shots heard by the policeman 4nd his prisoner were not fired from the Inside of the bunk That appears quite likely admitted Murdock but they must at any rate have been flied in close proximity to the bank since the witnesses agree that they appeared to come from In side In that case whence were they fired By whom And why l On the whole my little puzzle does not seem to me so ill chosen What lit your own opinion Mr Sturgis I quite agree with you that the problem is probably not so simple as it seemed at first blush to Sprague Very well Then doubtless you are willing to undertake the task of supply Ing whatever data may be required to somplcte the chain of evidence iigalnst QuinlanBy means replied Sturgis de cidedly Indeed Ah well of course If Mr Sturgis wishes to withdraw his bet I do not wish to withdraw my bet said Sturgis 1 will agree to solve your problem within 30 days or to forfeit my stakes but I cannot undertake to prove the truth or falsity of any a priori theory I have no personal knowledge of the matter as yet and therefore no theory Quite so observed Murdock ironically I had forgotten your scientific methods Of course It may turn out that it was the policeman who stole the satchel from Shorty Duff Perhaps answered Sturgis imper turbably Murdock smiled Well gentlemen said he I ac cept Mr Sturgis conditions If you are willing he continued turning to the reporter our host will hold the stakes and decide the wager I for one agree with Sprague said Dr Thurston 10m disappointed in the problem I have seen Sturgis un ravel some extremely puzzling tangles in my lay and each case would not be hard to find Why no longer ago than this evening on our way here we stumbled upon a most peculiar CO- Keehohlerplellse pass the cognac Sprague I wish I had some like It in my cellar it is worth its weight in gold Dr Thurston had met Sturgis steady raze and had understood that for some reason or other the reporter did not wish him to relate their adventure of the afternoon Only one person appeared to notice the abrupt termination of his story This was Murdock who had looked up at the speaker with mild curiosity and who had also intercepted the reporters warning glance at his friend llcob served Dr Thurston narrowly for a full minute appeared to enjoy his clumsy effort to cover his retreadandthen quietly sipped liM CHAPTER IV THE HANK PRESIDENT lr1tir UeJand among tlid first to take their leave shortly after midnight were p turgip and Dr fAIJurltoll llie reportvr did not often upend in evening in worldly dissipation He was a man of action n hard worker sad an enthusiastic student Almost ill of the time which urns not actually ipetl Iritheipurkuitbf hit profession was devoted to study In widely different fields of art andscience For Sturgis ideal of his profession was high he heM that almost every form of knowledge was essential to lucoess in t11j11I9of work It was seldom therefore that he allowed himself to spend a precious evening In social intercourse unless as a more or less direct nears to some end He hajl made un exception In favor of Bpragues dinner and his meeting with Dunlap whom he had not pre viously known had teen entirely accidental Dunlap was however a man whom Sturgis needed to see in the course it his study otthe Knickerbocker ank mystery and he had not lost he opportunity which chance had Iced to his way After obtaining en- L I Introduction to the bank president the reporter had sought an occasion to speak with him in private and nu this did not present itself during the course of the evening he had timed his departure so that it should coinI ride with that of Dunlap Dr ton had followed his friends lead Are you going down to the bank this evening Mr Dunlap asked Sturgis as the trio faced ISc bleat windI No Why should n Inquired the banker in apparent surprise- I see no particular reason wily you should replied the reporter It today were a banking day there would be no time to lose hut since It is New Years day there is little if any chance of the trail being dis turbed and it will be much easier to find it in broad daylight than by gaslight Our friends of the central office are usually pretty clever in die covering at least the more evident clews In a case of this sort even when they have not the ability to correct ly interpret them And since they have completely failed in their search tonight we must anticipate n more than ordinarily difficult puzzle Why Mr Sturgis said Dunlap somewhat anxiously You talk ai though you really believed that some mysterious crime has been committed at the bank I do not know enough about the jnse as yet to advance any positive belief in the matter said Sturgis but if we assume as correct the cir cumstances related In the article which Dr Murdock read to us this evening they certainly present an extraordinary aspect Dunlap reflected for an Instant Still the fact that our cashier found everything in good order at the bank is in itself completely reassur ing he said musingly Very likely indented Sturgis It Is quite possible that from a bankers point of view the problem is wholly devoid of interest but from n de tectives standpoint it appears to be full of promising features There fore whether or not you intend to look farther into the matter yourself I beg you will at least authorize me to make a survey cf the field by daylight In the morning Dunlap looked anything but pleased ns the reporter spoke these words lie thought before replying rankly Mr Sturgis he said nt length with studied courtesy I will not conceal the fact that what you ask places me in a rather awkward position You are a friend of my friend Sprague and my personal in tercourse with you this evening has been pleasant enough to make mo hope that in the future I may be so fortunate ns to Include you In my own circle of acquaintances There fore on personal grounds It would give me great pleasure to grant your request But on the other hand you are a journalist and I am n banker and it is with banks as with nations happy that which line no history Capital is proverbially timid you knowI snit Sturgis you fear that the reputation of the Knickerbocker bank may suffer if the mystery of the pistol shots is solved No no my dear sir not at all not at all You quite misunderstood me replied the banker with just a shade of warmth It is not a ques tion of the hanks credit exactly since there has been neither robbery nor defalcation but depositors do not like to see the name of their bank mentioned In the newspapers they take fright at once Depositors arc most unreasonable beings Mr Stur gls they arc liable to become panic stricken on the most Insignificant prow oration and then they run amuck like mad sheep The Knickerbocker bank does not fear any run that might ever be made upon it Its credit stands on too secure a founda tion for that But nevertheless a run on a bank Is expensive Mr Sturgis very expensive The banks affairs being In so satisfactory n condition observed the reporter it seems to me that what ever harm publicity Is likely to do line already been done The imagina tions of your depositors are now at work tapping the foundation of the Knickerbocker bank If the truth cannot injure Its credit It can only strengthen It std to withhold the truth under the circumstances la to invite suspicion Dunlap did not appear to like the turn the conversation wns taking He walked along In silence for n few minutes irresolute At length he seemed to make up his mink Perhaps you arc right litter all Mr Sturgis At nnjsratc we have nothing to conccn Lenin the public If you will bent too bunk tomorrow morning at nine oclock I shall bs pleased to meet you Sturgis nodded Ills thereIWell gentlemen here Is my street continued Jhe banker Good evening good evening tad he was off 8VhiUter Arc you bound now riiurston asked the reporter as the friends resumed their walk tome and to bed like a sensible fellow replied the physician Dont you 110 anythingof the sort Conic noiig with me to lily rooms I must arrange the data so far col fleeted In the two Interesting cnsce that I have tnken up today and In the cab mystery nt least you can probably t be of nssletunfe to me if you will Very well old man lead on I hm curious to know what theories you have adopted in these two cases Theories replied Sturgis I never adopt theories I simply ascertain facts ana arrange them in their proper sequence HS tar as possible When this arrangement successfully JIo r jH complished the history of the crime Is practically completed Detection of crime is an eact science Here as In all other sciences the imagination has an Important part to play but that part consists in coordinating antI in terpreting facts The solid foundation of facts must Invariably como first CilAPTKK V A FOUNDATION OK FACTS When the two men were comfortably settled in the reporters study Sturgis produced pipes tobacco and writing materialsThere now said he ns he prepared to write I begin with what cljall call the Cab Mystery Thcdutn In this case are already plentiful and curious I shall read as I write and you can interrupt for suggestions and criti cisms nt the points occur to you In the first place the dead mnn Is about fifty years old and was employed In some commercial house or financial In stitution probably bookkeeper at a fairly good salary Hold on there Sturgis laughed Thurston I thought you were going to build up n solid foundation of facts before you allowed your Imagination to run rlotl Well inquired the reporter in op parent surprise Well the only fact you have men boned is the approximate ngc of the dead mnn The rest is pure assump tion How can you know anything certain about his occupation and the amount of his salary True I forgot you had not followed the steps In the process of Induction Here theynree the dead titans sleeves on the under side below the dhow were IIhlm This shows that his occupationis at a desk of some kindOr behind a counter suggested Thurston quizzically- No Your hypothesis Is untenable A clerk behind n counter occasionally it is true leans upon his forearms litincessant contact with the counter leaves across the front of his trousers on unmistakable line of wear at n level varying according to the height of the individual This line was not present in the ease of the man In the cult On the other hand his waistcoat Is frayed at the level of the fourth hut- ton from the top Therefore I main tain that he wax In the habit of working at n desk Now the trousers although not new are not baggy at the nHOLD ON THERE STtUdlS knees though free from the teams which would suggest the effect of press lag or of n trouser stretcher Conclu sion the leek Is a high one for the man stood at lily work Most men who work standing at high desks are Itoak keepers of one kind or another There fore ns I said before this man was probably a bookkeeper Now as to his salary I do not pretend to know the exact amount of it of course But when a man who was etdently not a dude has his clothes made to order of imported material and whrn hU linen his hut and his shoes arc of good quality it nlr to infer that the mans laconic wm comfortable I proceed with thin arrangement of my data Secondly the tacit In the cab died of a wound enticed by a bullet fired nt very close quarters Indeed the weap on nest hat been held either ngalnst the victlmV body or at any rate very near to It for the coat IH badly burned by the powder On these points nt least assented Dr Thurston can ngrec with you The bullet probably penetrated the upper lobe qf the left lung Yes added Sturgis and it parsed out at the buck far below where it went What makes you think it passed out The wound In the back may have been caused by another bullet fired from the rear That hypothesis might he tenable were it not for this With these words the reporter pulled out his watch opened the case and with thebillde of a penknife took from the surface of the crystal n minute oh ject which lie hnnded to the physician Look nt it sold he pushing over n magnifying glass Dr Thurston examined the object carefullyA of hone he said at last Yes I load It on the surface of the wound in the back How did it get thereYou are right admitted the physi elfin It must have come from within chipped front a rib and carried out by the bullet which entered from the frontI think there can be no doubt ns to tliut Now the bullet does not seem to have been deflected in its course by its contact with the rib for ns far as I have been able to judge by probing the two wounds with my pencil their direction ii the same This is Impor tant and brings me to point three which Is Illustrated by these diagrams drawn to scale from the measurements t took this aftornoorj t As he said these words the reporter handed to lila friend a sheet of paper upon which lie nnd drawn some gi omctrlcal figures The first ot these diagrams shows the angle which the course of the bullet made with it horizontal plane the Second represents the Inclination from right to left The former of these an gles Is nearly nnd the latter not far trout fortyfive degrees The Indian tlon from right to left shows that Op shot wns fired front the right side of the dead man Now then one of two things Hither it wiui tired by the titan hlniHclf the weapon being held In hit right hand or else It was fired by nr assassin who stood close to the vie tints right side this first of these hy potheses considered by Itself Is nd misslble bill it Involves the nssump tlon of nn extremely awkward sad un usual position of the suicides land while firing On the other hand tin dent man Is tllll1I1 feet one Inch and to the down nt nn angle of sixty degrees upon n titan of his height Ills assailant would have to be n colossus or else to stand upon a chair or In some equally elevated position unless the victim happened to bo seated when the shot was fired- lInipeticd to be seated exclaimed Thurston astounded whirof course he was seated since he was in the cub That brings tip point four which Is not the least puzzling of this In tcrcstlnr case said Sturgis Impress ively the shooting was not done in thecabXot kiie In the cab No otherwise the bullet would have remained lit the cushions and It was not there It might have fallen out into the street nt the time of the collision sug gested Thurston No I searched every Inch of space In which It might have fallen If It had keen there I should have found it for the spot wns brilliantly lighted by nn electric light ns you remem ber The physician llOlItkfIIolln silence for n few minutes With all due respect for the strew racy of obiervntlons and for he rigorous logic of your inductions SlurgU he asserted at last with de debit am Iollltht that the man died seated for his limbs stiffened In that position Yesasserted Sturgls antI forthat matter grant you that he breathed his last in tin cab for In his death struggles he clutched In his left hand the cushion of the cab window a piece of which remained In Ida dying grasp I merely said that he was not shot in the rate Then how dIll he get there asked thephysicianYour Is premature my dear fellow replied Sturgis smiling It must remain unanswered for the present All we hove established ns yet Is thate did get there And that lacing the case he must have been as sisted for wounded ns he ins he could not I take It have climbed Into the cab by himself Certainly not agreed Thurston To lie Continued J BORN IN NO MANS LAND A Man Without a Country Hake as Informal Callon the Small la WiMhlngliin The doorkeepers of tho en It Ill Slates senate come In contact with nil sorts and conditions of men When the semi ate Is In session says n local exchange there is an Incessant demand by COt lItlti ent to hate their cards sent In A strange looking individual who lead been watching and listening In the east corridor said to a doorkeeper one day latelyId like to have you send in my cardWhich senator do you wish to see I dont card nut you must send It to a particu lar senator you know Which is your state Got none Which territory No territory Where were you born In No Mans Land before the strip was ceded to the government byTcxas Its now a county In Oklahoma And I thought ns I hind no country Id come to Washington You can keep the card nod hand It to the first senator you ketch I think most any of cm would like to meet n man like me If Ihnrllinnr The Garden of icthsemane which was so closely interwoven with tJicclos lag scenes 4n the life of Christ is now- n desolate spot containing n few old tint shattered olive trees the trunks if which arc supported by stones though some of the branches are flour- Ishing It Is a smell square Inclosure ot about 200 feet surrounded by n high wall a little way out of Jerusalem below St Stephens gate and near the toot of the Mount of Olives Hlblical reference to it Is made In Matt 2C30 IG Mark 112032 Luke 2330M mid John 18111 The garden is the property of the Latin Christians the Urcek church having fixed upon another 10 lallty as the true site of Gethsemane Two Classes Shes n saleslady isnt she 01 no indeed Why she certainly works In Job Iota store Exactly she works there and that nukes her a snleswomnn Sales ladles dont work they simply look pretty and In the opposite direction when you wish to be tiencdlhllu lelphia Press A Genuine Orgy What Is your idea of u womanly woman Wzll n womanly Yeoman is cne whi likes to tie up her head In an old towel and clean house Chlcapp liecord r ITS ALL IN A NAME Oto ncnaon Why the Cnnirrrntlvl Metcro Wlillrwnihcr Lost Ills Occupation Whats in a name indeed Shahs pcare KverytliltiR may lie nniwcrrd and no one inside the IInlnr more plain to the ordinary mortal than Hooker T h noted colored orator sa s tlif Chicago Tiincvllcralil While lecturing in Omaha last winter he paused in the miilil at hit remarks lOll arllurnlnAnd remit the vast audience came re 1h Xot one Then Mr WathinRton proceeded to tell the negro what they ihnnld dn The old rolore1man with hit brush and pall ol whitewash once made a Rood living Hut thtnRheassortment of lirn he and several colon of wash under fancy immm The while titan called ldmselfan interior decorator and the old colored mans job was gone forever nhInRlolIfor the whitewashing job it done lleil for the Jlotteli No matter what ails you headache to a yourbowelscure you without a gripe or istin produce easy natural movement cost you 10 rents to start getting your health back Irllllllle6111upitamped on it beware of imitation SlirM Do It Crash There rams the sound of dishes from the kitchen The Okapt1Nred at the dining rooun door Plate mum the said the whole ar your be nt dinner set is broken fivhelle 01 will wasllin ill weptHRee husband If the era could only get that girl the If- brllltinlf hits wouldsoon lie finished N Y World CenumptionJohn K llojtr Trinity wings lad feb 11 1U00 A ruler inaleh U often the result rather than rtfulttlr of a steady lamerI- ndianapolis News ItTSI1 FAIirtrks Urn raduce olio instt ml and brightest onions of any known dye Huff Hold by all drug tsts Some men are to dingy they to smile ricrpt at the expense of o lrrable- ago nile MoforHook free The hen it a literal fowlse glees a reck when the takes a grain Chicago Daily Newt tlnlli Catarrh Care IIa Conttttutional Cure rlCe7o Give a and it will make a hog of useILthesgo Daily sews OVARIAN TROUBLES Lydia r rinkliftitti VrgrUtiln Compnnnd Care Thrill Two Ixrtlvri urea Vniiir- nDnuiII Mae PikliAtlI writo to tell you of the good Lydla B Pink hums Vegetable Compound lens dono tile I was sick In about five weeks The right side of my nlxloincit pnlncil me and was so swollen and tore that I could not wane Tho doctor told my hUllIband I would Jrhiuntil I hind glvcnyour mcdlcincn trial Bo fitore I hall taken A one bottle tho f tgantlnued to use your medicine = Jbntll tho swelling was entirely gone Ill When tho doctor came ha was very much surprised to sec mo frO ranch Arllngtonl10wl1o II DeAn Mns PINKIIuIwns nick toe two years with falling of that womb and Inflanmmtlonoflhnovarlcsnnd bladder I was bloated very Imdly My loft limb nayfootcould not straighten tip or wnllc arrow tho room and such Miootlngpnlns woultl go through mo that I thought I could not stnn lit lIIothcr got a IKlttlO of Lydia K Plnhhnmit Vegetable Com pound and toll me to try lU I took six bottles nail now tlmnlu to your won derful medicine I am n well woman Mns isle JJitVAX Otlsvillo Mich ruE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME NOTRO DAMP INDIANA pull COURSES IN Classics Letters CM comics and IllatorYJournalism Arl5 lcncr Pharmacy and lilec trlcal tinglntcring Architecture Thorough Preparatory and Commercial Courses Rooms Tree to all Students who liire corn pleled the ilnclkn required fur admission Into the Junior or Ijenlor Ycar of the Colltgl ate Courses Rooms to Rent moderate charge to chutonU over seventecnprclatringfnrCollrgIaleCoies A limited miml r of tUfttlcal state will t received at special rates St Edwards Mill for 1a under 13 years 37111YerwlllnpenSeplcntber4tnlvooCatalogues REV A MUKRISSUY free DcMcrl All grocers In trjwn nrc giving free a package of Iturnhatna Cream Custard which nakes two quarts of Ice Cream or ten cups 1f Custard no cooking or baking with the urchan of a package of Tturnhanii HMv fellyron she finest prepared Jelly Powver Order today Je11ycQq Soppa jc fix deli iJus flaYllre r 3 1 TilE SUNDAY SCHOOL lotnn In the Inlrrnnlliinnl Nrrlri fur Auuual a IIHIU Iritis and the Chlllrni Irrtmrcd Icy It c lrnlrmlon Tim M3880I TEXT Mntllicw 18111 At Iho nnmp limo came tho grool1III2 And Jrniin called a lltllo child unto Him nnd rrl him In Iho midst of llimn 3 And sold verily any untu you ex rrpt yo tm convcrlcil and become na lit tlo chllilron yo hall not enter Into la Idncdom of leaven t Vhocoever theroforo shall humhl- dntsclf nn Ibis little child Iho same a greatest In the klncdom of llrnven r And whoso shall reecho one DUch Illllo Ihlld In My nnmo rrcrlveth Mac nut whoso hnll offend ono of then llttla uniii which hcllevo In Mi It we licltcr fur him that a millstone we hanged about his neck and thnt he were drowned In the depth of Iho sea 7 Woo unto tho world because o f offense fur It must needs l o that of rinses rums but woo to that man I whom tho offense cometh 8 Wherefore If thy hand or thy too t offend lice cut them oIl and coat them from thru It Is better for theo to enter Into tile halt or maimed rather than having two hands or two feet to bo clue t Into everlasting tiro plucItfor theo to enter Into life with one rye rather than having two eyes to bo coat Into bell tire 10 Take heed thnt ye despise not one of thma little onti for I my unto you slwaybeholdHeaven lor the Bon Of Man Is come to eat that which Is lost II How think yel If man have an hundred beep and one of them be iron Bstrtiy doth he not leave ninety nnd inns and glrrllt Into the mountains and fcrvketh that which Is Bonu astray IX And If nu be that he find It vtiltr I uy unto you ho rejnlreth morn of hat luvii than of the niter and nine hhlrl- went nut astray II Uvvn no It Is not tho wilt of your Inlher which Is In heaven that one theao Illllo IJIIM should prrlsh- LiOlUlI TliXTMtfTrr Ilir ofI rlillilrm In riintr until Mr nnd Iliiiii null fur of murk la the 11ul codMirk Kill NOTUfl AND COMMKNTS Strange ns It inny ni cnr to 1I11lhe trnnsflKtiriitlon ficiiic null the lirnllliff tif the ilcinniilnc 10 v tons followed by more or IrAII friendly vmiiKli oncrrn liiff vtlio should bo fronton In hit ktimg eIIIC llonvon Still roiisliWIiijr inntorlnllstlo vlrwn of the illncliUii u the Miii l ni Christ tins tci found It le nut MI very istrnnjo they Imd yrt U Icnrn that grant nets In the llcnvrllly IdiiRtkiin iliiHmlnl lIon thing other Hunt llioso tlmt often malic fur prune Ineneo of Knltou In inrtlilv rrlntltmn An Olijrct ltfIsulIJt Willi to tenet Ills dlwlplca porno of tilt tjunlltlcH of MiH rlnr Clirlhtlnn elmrnrtrr that lit places n rlillil In tlielr midst Except Ho says yo licromc little children yo shall nut outer Into th Uiifjtlom of llenven nnd time vmiiilmnI- Is put upon the humility of 11rhllel nature Vioooever therefori1 hum MrMi himself ns this little child lh KHIHO In prrnlrfct In this kingdom o lleavrn Kintlmla In upon the hit inillly To ninny n mind humility linn liwn jftvon n Inlet inriinliif Dlekfiia Humble Lrinh flap In hut n jmrmlv nn humility not the irrnnhip nrtlele WoliMer OrBnea limnble na licltiR hear the ground not proud ornnnnm Inp The trouldi that the uonl luau teen eommonly confoundrd with come of the synonyms of tine wont 10I nhoae lower hunilllnle mortify ile trn do nre given na nynnnynix lint woI rvincmbcr thnt no two ItiRllidi wonU mean exactly the name llilitff So humility U not nhiiftemenl or nrlflower Inp hut pilttliiff oneself In his right highlyIt II prremlnrnlly n Chrlntlnn vlrtua mil should be MudloiiRly rultlvnteil- Stnnildlnp Stoned This thtlllKhtI gives rise io another In tho Jesus Tlie child can easily he turned toward time right or the wrong there fore wlioso shall offend one of thrill little ones whleh believe In Me It were better for him thnt n millstone wire hnnged about hlRneeknml that he wero ilrowneil In tho depth of tho men Then Jp im goes on to any tVatofTeiiRea must nertUeomo toevery llfeyounffor old Tho heart carries In Itself tillIaMls of temptation and sin limit woe to that mnn by ulioiw the offense com rib or to that mnn who mnken It eas Ill for another to yield to temptation or commit sin UrAltiO Mensuren Suggested Ile turning to time thought of disciplining thyhnudmrans of sin and temptatlon cut them oft It Is better for thee to enter Into life hnlt or maimed rather than hnrlng too hands or two feet to be east Into errlgsthng fire It Is an Illnstrn tlonftf the principle He luau just enun elated and the further thought that ehv 1ute sacrifice of self may brcome necessaryto the Inheritance of eternal jInrnbleparable becomes the point of time irs son Karllrr Christ has raid Culll vale time rpirlt of humility Then fol lows the Injunction to help others rs pcelally the little children who are enmity led to enter time right way Sow He says In effect Strive to do In your Rphrro of li lumen what I nm doing for the Son of Man is rotor to save that which Is tests Inks Thrill Into Character Only those truths which haro bey come nurtielvrR become spontaneous tad Involuntary Instinctive and un conKcloii are really our life that to say noaiethlng more than our property Amlels Journal finds Kill- trod of Joy nmli of grief To with the what Thou wilt grief Is good anti joy lit good also Thou art IIHYlr me now through joy I tnkc It fnm Thy hands nntl I glf Thee thanks for it rAmIel TAKING THE CENSUS Ala rnumernlor Jleels with Out Wouinn Who Dlilnl Withhold Any at the Drtnlln Oh vet I know you arc the census man tilefotlltheyxHut In the census tuna relate the hronieleYes auk me IIIIJUII lions lm letting fast ni cap Tommy our aided hoy h4llhe mcntlfs wen Ie Was right He fllst IICBIM to When he IIat- a months old and the tint otter he was orrundolie fill down the stairs when lie was Glue rapt tdidntee months anti thirteen1 days old but It hurt him any and he liked ice cream from the first time he ever tatted it- o t cant get him tn slut but IIP hail his limlpnlllroMadam slop elapcrird the enumera tor answer my questions I dont Want to rhiltireqAnd they ecnius taker tine lost his temper aud left Millions for Itnseiinil A million of dollars arc spent tvery tartfi on the panic of hu hall but as large as this rum Is cannot begin to ciillal the amount pent icy in search o health There is a sure lI1ethlofolilaining str nJitholldlit Is not a costly one We have pent much ahd tort hope to try Hoi teller I Btpmach Hitters stlcngjhcns the Itolll n digestion Ural stud cohitipation oil ouititli ard weak kidneys 1rrlrimr n In Conlriil Inwants to hall dislmyere Uabe Hnollakl- irrcsted He iol me rr kaig rr beer tn day aint uullin In the kaig but rain watch All right replied the you went aeear but I xarraht thatKlII1I him obtaining notify under false IIrtIIlIrl ou rant dot up toulcntsesUat 1heUer JIIIrlllrPalmers Lotion if properly used ie often rlllIlarIore eyes and eyelids by a regular M D PalmerLotionam a well moan Timers lotion has also cured a number of rAin of granulated eye withthe kept in every household as it po eitei endi ittISt New York and receive free pamphlet orSemiWhlll kind ofa house till Oll uteerd in getting Howard Oh Ifs the kind ofn bourn wlutli lian window t that wont slay end doors that wont stay shut Indianapolis Journal Mnninrtlr on lntii liipeHnr Is one of the most harming wooer resorts trached via the Chicago S stn HliII eits healthful location beautiful scenery fromIlIAJill tt very attractive lrolll the comfortsJlarquctlerIn copper country with four 41 rents in stamtK to lay ttoitage ico IL leafford Ucneral ItMenger Agent Chi taco whohnewhatrUetroit The lest lrrIIIIlInll for Oklll and fewer Is nbottlo of JiiovRa TASTrtrr3 LlilLlToMc Ill lni ylrolinticliulnliclii atustolcasforin 0IUIO1I0 Iloy IriixjMc My wife boa ttd the happy jeneilict is an look to nir Mine ihvlnrrd the old married man sari shut hr upPhiladelphia Irru All the Kentucky belles chew Kinne Gum They like it Man an illiterate mAn is aWe to make his loUtr markChieago Dtily News MAIIKKT IliiOHT Clnelnnnti July2i CATTIi Common T3 23 u 4 23 Select butchers 3 10r5 5 15 C11V1SIxtrts 7 00 t HOOS Solwt hackers 5 35 nt S 40 Mixed piukcrM 5 30 ri 3 3- S811EEIlh11Jce 375 it 4 10 LAMIIS Kxlra 1 00 ft 0 00 FIOITI Spring lint 4 20 n 4 WIIHAT No 8 rod nl 7- 1OILSNn 2 43 TSo 2 mllllj 27 JIYi 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up a college for their tons during the coming ar would do well to correspond with the President who wills lld a catalogue tree of charge as Well us all particulars tc gargling terms courses of studio etc There U n tiQrough preparatory school in Connection with the winvciaitj In which indents of all grades will every op lOrIUllil of preparing themselves for higher studies The Commercial Course in tendrIl for ollnlt mcll preparing for butt hers mil be finished ill one or two ycare- aecording tn the ability of the student Hall boys under thirteen Is an department of the Institution The higher courses lire thorough in every respect students will find every oppor tunit of perfecting themIu In line of work thl inn choose to d rhoI mljfluieM in classwork exactness in the care students atlil ilevotlon to the best interests of IIare the distlnguiihin that UniversityFiftp cameo education have made institution famous all over the country Aeeordlnir li Ills Crrril getstherIlttIijlirlllI believe that men are puniMitd in this lveningNewsss- 1o Tour Feet Ache rind ilnrnf Shake into your shoqs Allens jootl makestightorSewShoes Swollen plot Callous Smarting Sore SuentiV Feet AH Druggiits and Shod Stores in t 2V Sample tent FHKK Ad dress Allen S Lc Koy N Y tiplnlnrd thereatfirelightflrocet madam is because it entirely free rolll sendllostotr Trait script as hi Cure n Mild In lue tiny Tako Laxative Uromn Quinine Tulilct All druggists refund money lf It falls to cure 2d It Is surprising sometimes how a man IndianapolisSews Ilhl You livrr linn tern an old letter ink all faded out Couldnt have been Carters Ink for it docint fade Minds of steel are often narrowed down dgeHamBern e 5 TRENDS I AND Our lk page illustrated rata I tN STORY OF MANDY HIGGINS BABY Have you heard holt Mandy Higgina baby is t is better anti just ns clean and sweet as any baby over was II Well Im mighty glad to hear it Its about the poor little critter had some rest I tell you what it is 1If Mandy hnd washed its head with CUTICUIIA SOAP first off and put on some Carry CURA Ointment when her babys head began to get crusted shed have saved herself heaps of trouble rind the poor little kid would have been n different being Think of the days and nights Mandya walked the floor with that baby I aint got no kind of patience with that has to be told about a thing n hundred times before they begin to believe in the virtue of it It Now I told Mandy moron three weeks ago about CLTICCIIA SOAP and she know just ns well ns you do Liz that wed used it here going on five years or more and that none of our family ever had n pimple or nay kind of irritation of the skin since we first begun using it She was that con trary tlmt 1 could nt get her to try it on her baby even though I offered to give a cake of tho soap amid somo of the ointment from our box I Hut now so cornea hero about every day to thank me Fact is tho youngsters head is us clean ns u whistle and her skin is Just as pretty ns you ever see on any baby Mothers to know tnat a warm bath with CCTICUTU ROAr and n single anointing wits CUTIcniu tho rrcat skin em and purest of emollient will nffonl Instant relief permit rest and sleep to lath parent and chllrlanl point to a speedy iiiott torturing dteagurtngItehlnFhnrnluzblecdingcrustcdnail scaly humors rashes anj IrrIIlUoU1wlln lots of hair sndnotto- uu them to dntallcil by such neglect maue childhood are speedy permanent and economical mhrerhet0i n44 PHf CrrKesi Soir tkiOlmriTieaIrorrsDare uDCsrxCoateel PropbaostoaUSA Bend torTlCarr et Skin Seilis Utlr tad lUaii Int IIIII mIle 5 Did You Ever Know A anyone who smoked the same kind of Cent cigar lengthof time Five Cent cigar smokers are Q always dissatisfiedalways trying m newor differ = ent as there always seems to be some i- U thing wrong about the cigars they have = been smoking Ask your dealer for m- Old= Virginia Cheroots 5 Theyarc always good JU Three hundred million smoked this year Price 3 for 5 cents g II II O iitirTHE WONDERFUL DIVERSITY NATURE on LONG ISLAND it MAKES A TERRITORY IDEAL for the SUMMER SOJOURN r adae ade 1 GOOD AIR GOOD WATER GOOD ROADS EAST WEST Olislitf people MOTHERS COOLED BY THE- SUMMER 5 SOUTH WINDS 0 c New Yorks Only Seacoast 250 Miles on Octant Sound and Bay 5 Heavily Sound Shore 5 Perfect tiRoadbeds 5 FOR ILIUSTKATKU ROOKS SUKO fiTAMPS AS FOLLOWS s Lon Island Descriptive 6c E 5 Unique Long Island photographic reproductions sc s Summer Humes Hotels nnd Boarding Houses 4t- s Cyclists tI Paradise tI Maps Koutcs and Distance ac E LONG ISLAND RAILROAD COMPANY = II M SMITH Traffic Manager II P PLLLCRTON Spec Alttls Dept S LONG ISIAND CITY NEW YORK = i 1 uuuuuunu YN anusllnliiul48 rnunrlrlmntir24llyiny nyrlllwunw t yaeeao I FREE logueFREE t11M time her Usbyr A0eBtSrIlM1OD000C4SAIC9 I WINDH7fER Z SHOllfJS E FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SIIELLS the HlnnlsR combination In llie CM or at tIhe trap Alldealtnecllthtm- WINCHESTER c REPEATING ARMS CO = tolYlaansraiAvaewllata- xCosueeteeas7 08 tMtTTI t 3 5 IS1 osotPeartlweah Winchester i Factory loaded S shotgun shells NEW RIVAL g LEADEKaml REPEATER A trial tflll prove o their superiority 2 leeoccaeoesa n DR MOFFEHS Allays Irritation Aids Digestion I I Regulates the BowelsI T E E T 9SthhgChild Easy Powders TEETNINA Relieves the Dowel ofCostsOr null 3 eats UC J MOFFETT M D ST LOUIS MO Gun uotl yon thU violin Outfit hrEsprorC0iieubicet tW uln IIJn hi no it fit your exprert oitiMnni vget meat at r pre ntol uuxt wonderful Untain vttieverMir or n sirJ of psy iho tits ra agent our fff- IAL Otlll1 PRICl S71S7 t ray Irilirt psap- rrwxi1Iwioito rkhil ndblbvJbII rowrrll ao4 i Ica r sr-t m t il innnirfl eta J are ver tl tre LtLIt LRr QP LyJIVUFEt4tiiilElirL 3111iUN Personally Conducted Ide- alEXCURSION Thursday August 9 NIAGARA FALLS AND RETURN OV1th 1D Day Limit For Rottsarz 700 Indianapolis FRO- MCincinnati7 6e o Dayton1111111 1t0t Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton R RAM Till MICHIGAN CENTRAL THROUdH THE Most Beautiful Part of Canada 650 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eYuaacxCtutLj oocr VSf =What Your Child May Qct From Berea College As wo explained last week Sere College is a gift to the people place in the care of Trustees who are to manage it for the benefit of the Iso pie in tho ways laid down in the Cot stitul ion The trustees urn bound to use tho property placed in their hands lor just out purpose Christian Educ lion The object of Boron College is 1I0t to provide work for people nor to tom money not anything else except Iho Olin thing to hoop fathers nod mothers get the best education for their children And we believe that this is the greatest benefit that could possibly be given It is better than if the college could give a cow to ever girl and a spun of tunics to every boy I If the boy Iud girl are rightly edu cited they can get cows and mule for themselves and will know how to take care of them and how to get tho good things in life Bud bo useful nut honored citizens Tho education tin Beroa brings will enable the yotin people of Kentucky mud surroundin states to develop Iho resources of the bwmntifulcountry mid spread pros pority through nil the churches nut homes of n wido region There are some things that ever young man or young lady who attends Berea will ho sure to gut Emh one will learn what education mean He will see a reaHibrary and a great deal of scientific apparatus nod will begin to know what science ant knowledge thorn is in tho world ThisI he could never know at any of h0I1101AuJand in keeping accounts Best of uU each out will learn how to behavo in good society how to meet people and will have the inspiring companion ship of Christian young people tint Christian teachers Thy will tint hublta of good behavior that will help them oil their lives Many of tho students at Boron art in what are called the Modelschools Those schools are snore advanced than some socalledcolleges but they are really fitting young people to teach or to bfgiu some II the advanc ed conrsis Those are ono to thre teachi rs in each grade so that tilt work is sure to ho thorough and rapid For those who have completed the work of tho Model Schools or who hold a good teachers certificate Biv rea offers A Choice between Three Courses First tho Applied Scieiic Course This course occupies only two years auto is tho best course for roost people It contains tht most practical sciences and the his tory and other studies that make good citizensFor young mon in this coursi there are studies in use of tools Botany which means the growthof plants Gardening Care of Stock Farm Management und other things that make successful farmers For the young women there an courses in Sowing Dress tnakiulb Gardening Cooling Care of the Sick and other things that make a good housekeeper Every funnily ought to have nf least one son or taking this course in Applied Science Second tho Normal Course This course occupies three years and fits young people to bo teachers The training in this course is simply fine No other school within hundreds ol miles provides the practice teaching college lectures and other advan toges here offered In many counties all the highest certificates are held by Boron students and students who have not yet graduated but only had a part of this Normal Course The studies of this course for those who teach in the fall is as follows FIRST FILL Teaching In Public School WINTER Arithmetic nII KnglUli 5 Theory and I S niaory 5 Otofruphy HPIIINO Arithmetic Ilbt Orammar S CIvlce Kevlw it IliyilolORy S SKcoxn FALL Teaching In Public School WINTKR Algebra la ft Phydeal Orography Higher Arithmetic t I Pmclloe A Music 2 SrniNO Algebra la A DoUny I 5 Highii- Arithra tlfl b S Practice 5 Marie 2 rr11RD FALL I hniiII Public School WISTU Invlltb Literature 11 HlHory In s Theory and MTlwA Illitoryof l dut al iOn J KiBisu rychua gyusLvs mIiuryii5- Word Study S Itevlewk 2 School A lmlul Iratlon 1- Third the Academy nut Col lege Courses Those are for yoiiiig people who wish to secure u really thorough education and who have- the brain tho purpose und tht time to get thin best In the most prosper ous and advanced puts of the world it is not thought that ought to undertake to ho a doctor a lawyer or a preacher without taking tune to find out what other men intro learned and preparing himself by n sufficient course of study Berea College is one of tho very few real colleges in the South Those who have graduated from tho College Course at Boron cnn take their places among educated people in limy part of the world Every family within five hundred miles of Here ought to have at least one child in some department of this great school Next week shall saysomething about the expense of attending Berea GOliCSpO1 dell c Jackson County Drip Itock Thin wife of Daniel Miller died on tho 24th insU Hev It G Murray preached for us last week Rev James W Parson will preach for us on tho 1st Sntm day and Sunday in August Prof and Mrs Raymond visitei tho Teachers Institute and coutribut Itllry largely to its success Tho have mutiny friends in Jackson Messrs Charley and D M Click- S R Ballard are spending few day II H Fowlers and are ditching 0I lut lot of fish out of South Fork Tutor Todds Scientific Lecture wa the utmost important fo turoof tho Institute at McKo this year Any who failed to attend lost u very tart chancu to learn and enjoy No ono knows tho unbearable tor tare tho peculiar and agonizing pain caused by Piles unless they liavi sufTertHl from thin shiny behave theta incurable This is a mistake Proper treatment will cure them Tablets Buckeye Pile Ointment is at infallible cure Price BO cts in hot ties tubes 75 cts S 12 Welch Jr Clay County Itrltflit Simile Corn crops look exceedingly wol iu this vicinity Joseph LilTord is putting up a full linn of goods at the mouth of Boor Creek Lubber Sizemore Jr visited the ilamora Baptist school at thin mouth of Rodbird Letchor Sizemore Sr is going into the loging business in Leslie Co on in extensive scale Win Wolf who is teaching tho Indian Gravo school visited Arthur lizemoro lust Sunday Our school on Boar creek has com noticed with n promising sucrose nu Ur the supervision of Simon Delphi of Iiuoviile Rev Noah Smith of Bell Co is loldiugli protracted meeting at Skid flora Nineteen have joined and have been baptized Ballards Snow Linumeut gives in tant relief in cases of Bleeding turns Bruises Scalds Cuts etc Price 25 and 50 eta S E Welch Jr Madison County nllncetouIMrs Fannie Baker has been ill for- n few days past Mrs II C Wylie has boen on tho sick list tills eok Rev Howe aided by Rev Smith of bran begun a series of meetings at ho M E Church last Friday E W Baker T P Wyatt E B Vallaco Allen Wallace und Kato Vylio attended quarterly mooting at College Hill Saturday and Sunday Iniiolu J P Logslen shipped a car load of lambs Saturday- Soloman Tipton and wife visited friends hero last week J B Ledford eC Co shipped live cllr loads of logs this week John Pearson and Butler Mize went to Richmond Saturday George Baker nail wife visited h8 mister Mrs Milton Owons Thursday Mrs English of Nicholnsviilf is visiting her sister Mrs Jo n Led ford 30000 WERNTZ FAMILY Ryburn Thomas has hnda nice now sign painted on his store tho past week Mr and Mrs J T Owens visitei Mrs Coylo near Alcorn in Jackso county Saturday Mr and Mrs II J Pearson oC Brassfield visited their son iiilaw J T Owens Thursday Time rains of tho past week hav saved the corn and other crops which were nearly ruined by dry weather Rev Koker preached at Pauol Baptist church on Saturday timid nt Thomas sohoolhouso Sunday night Owsley County Hoonevillu There are a number of cases of flu reported in this county Debora Wilson wife of Alfrei Wilson of Meadow Creek died 011 lust Sunday Tho free school at Booneville will commence about August 13 with Ed Needham teacher James Young 0vsleys ngent for Tho CITIZEN paid Meadow Creole 1 visit a few days ago Plumy of rain now in this part of the countrv which is helping corn and gardens very ulna H G Rosa has just returned fron a visit to Clark county where ho hils been to visit his brother Tho great Olympa show was exhib ited lucre on last Monday with n hal loon ascension at its close The olorNIsehool of this count is needing a teacher very bad Wt hope that Beret will send us ono forthwith Jamos Carpenter of Clover Bot ton passel through hero a few days ago nirouto to Jackson and other parti jf Breathitt county Uabbard Mrs 11 C Gablmrd is still on the sick list Born to tho wife of GnuitGabhnrd 8 flue Several of the boys are working at railroad lies A J Edwards loft Thursday for Turkey Gap Mrs Lucy Caliban was on lao sick list lust seek- Meridulh Gablmrd went to Booue Hie Saturday on busline Price and Lewis Moore coat to Sturgeon Saturday on business Albert Gabbard roturned home from South Boonevillo Saturday Several of the log menu have gone town the river with thuir timber Steven Gabbard visited his brotherI Taylors school at this place Michael Guhhanl of Eversole visited friends and relatives hero Satur lay cdnughtuPvIsitd reek James Duff and brothers from lurry county are visiting hure this seek L Gubbard hits been doing some IJ utr work for Alfred Boliu this Meredith Reynolds of Evorsole isiteci relatives Inure FrJd y mind Sat inlay Samuel Cole and wife visited Rev 10 Roberts sacs family Saturdaynud I Sunday Alex Cuudoll and sou visited his I uther on Meadow Cieek Saturday HUll Sunday- PI H Gahhard of this place and hiss Lulu Woods of Island Creek were niarriitl last week TIn ro was prlachilllJat tho Grassy nuJchftchool by Rev- Lewin Cmideli and others Willie G b Oi piwwd through here irid5y on IIi way hone from Buffalo i Ire iif is If ictiing this ywir tiedYoullTheres no find every i to If thlag and na- pAg S yo J J1fDlItPond tearEXPOI90o o0131415161718 = i900 ti lURSB- oPkLMIUM1 30000 Live Stock Trotting Pacing Running Mule Races i Erse Attract5ori THB HUNGARIAN BOYS MILITARY BAND M Fins Ld direct from Hungary In Dally Concerto 35 THE OMEMBERS6 SupremeI girlI Theae celebrated famlllea will give FREE PERFORMANCESeach of the grand stand THE DILLWORTII FAM- ILY8MEMBERS8 Unrivaled Acrobats The AJOADJAN VJJLA aggrogationWill include the most gorgeous extensive and attractive array of amuse I lJ one management YOU E W SHANIttJN Secretary Lealngton Ky P I ArT cursIon rates on all railroads See posters and osmall hand bills r- ar anlrv rstaP2KlLitiuiGS9xk THE HOME KilltKl by Miw KATE P IIISAM Tvnchtr In llvrva College An Unprofitable Vacation Horace 0 reolOIiCO said Th word rest i not in my vocabulary rout ho died a wornout man There are ninny men cud voile who are unwise enough to regard real as a mere loss of time and bonst tha they are never idle oven when on n vacation 1 tell you I put in my time Tel whet we were in tho country las summer said u nervous restless lit too woman to a neighbor We urn there but four weeks and I didn lazy around as some of the othe boarders dd- Imlldo up two winter dresses for my little girl and made over n dres for myself made u cloak for my baby and canned sixty juts of fruit for berries of all kinds were so mucl cheaper and better there than they ate here in the city mud the farmer wife let me use her kitchen at nigh when she was done with it Then 1 made two gallons of twee pickles and n gallon of wntorinolot preserves How some folks can sit or lit around reading or just resting for four or live woks at a time is a mys lory to me But there was no mystery about it when this over industrious mothei took to her boil with nervous prostra lion that intulo her helpless till winter You would have been spared all this hind you too simply rested when you were unity for that purpose last year said the wornout woman physician Situ hud learned as others hero learned too late that Rest it Gods medicine Boys Pow It anyone ktM eMr Urn ma thli world W pott Md pull It to MN ti1 boy w the tall Foe hta bode M rtryi tell Id me tort who Its lie Mttnr WileN ttit girl Out eua3d r Who Wisp In wstor IfchM OM an And tpHt UM kladllaf wads- And who In II that rteMi lie wlk- Aftr hour 01aowlagl In wiser who Vwfw wathe wetdr- ay diligently tmciBir lad wh miut bra Ib Mtktal tatw When the girli vnaM rtde swat And who MUM toM Usesrreger- The boy jroull owa aodouU b4 wllo den tie saa ie1tMr tMIIit Too nnnermu M amittair Tb boy r he 0MMr l MlUty rartP And rMlljr dnvrrw pm t rrtcoili turn pnfae tide bpeaeitwr aba lie dova bta very btH And doniwyI want be t4OIfr wha by rtlsg a Uftll wt I ont M luteIwan be UM htt To MC the new mifulm And MMMUmei 1M be boy W hWMt An well M to be tw- rmt bay w far hens pwet- t rad ntotl bY- Nat they have beirt rRMtPot mitten are bun 1n WL Antt when a her baa bass wwtfog- Hie teral bvoi Pat Ik It doe him toad I MO jnm 18 haft s aaM Marty pmlM 11IlOl war a eowMtMUwi 01 raniidy boon MM nolta AIH SC Iltw to but kwkc4 sprat Ai one of the rmryuyT- Ae Gist Herbino is well adapted to the cure of fevers of all kinds because it horoughly cleanses time stomach and bowels of mill bilious humois andex bodyIrico A nilANCIi Illlt- ivinvnoiv ITHE SCHOOL Fruits SUe Dear CITIZEN Bud Ganett was leeled schou trustee in our deoslrict this spring I never voted fur him for I thought ho quiltlosslei Dick Manly combined an electee Tom Hardy Dicks COIIMUI for teach er when cverbody knows ho belt 011 horse races an chawn tobacco an spits nil user the floor an never kept a school in his life an when ho com hoot with his mrondcltisscortiflcati never made it no secret as to how hi hind to client tin examituMH to gel even that good a out So when I met Bud Garrett las Saturday I just tackled him fair mini square stud says I IIIUt tu talk to von Well Silo Shingles says he thars plenty o room out doors hen for you to work your mouth So gt ahead Well thou says I Hud Garrlt I hear you voted for Tom Hardy an helped elect hiui for our teacher You heard the truth for once Silt siiys ho All whats worst SUVH I 111 henrn tellen mighty straight too us how Tom linn give you S2fiin mon pmmiw for a puttin him into IIIJItll I1I1t about that now1 lIoholl11OfI that I took of his ueunysuvu Dud Be sides evil if I did twas hi money wnnt itt An he could give it to limy fellor lie wiintml to multi on lIudHRYS Ino list tryin to dodge the ijmwtion You took the inoiHV an lusts a bribe an youre guilty 1x foto till law lint thats not the worst of it for it was really hellin your own children 1 JollrliltloThink No think about its Of cunroH 1 love em- An yet hen you are n sellin Vm says Solliuem this iiotliinnn Dud What do yo i moan anyhow f 1 mean says I that you always semis onr children to Rehealus a Rood uwn ahotikl hilt here von ar u Inkin money front a no uutint fuller to give him time privilfge of sUiKlin in time place ofIt porrt to your children six hour o their wlIilll sixteen Tluits wluil M teacher says 1 Itii tale in law an its tnlU in fart lIe baa the right to punwh your chldien an to give PHI fatherly advice au to IH clatom things thatll utay byen1 all their lives Why its a noivmQ thing eitys 1 to Jwiivur your little ones over to a good Uwolier bill to joist M 11illn to n 11- 0COImt onethe good Ixxd have grits out Sent An MINI lie sorter swore in he weon his tseth but I wont on Heren inothr thing abort it lust Youv lone me n personal wrong For 11- 811f1 my l Il to good teacheiH in to good t mchtn only So thin year Ive got to aeudem clean to the text district nn iHiy tuition on Vm in loose the use o the old red mare on tliH farm just a workin one liorso ns they emi ride till oilier to nn from the school man whatll ibnue a Htblie oliit e file youve done Hud Garrett will never set the situ otitichaurcenot if this KIMV people that vote wake up an do their duty Goodbye Hud ways Goodbtf Silt an kep your iiiouth ahutr WIJH lie But 1 aint n keepin it shut nm I Mr Crruxl Yours truthfully SiLtS Sir aLra A free oUllOay expectoration is I ConssenslloutiSore Throat or difficulty in breath Iuplrio 25 arid HO eta S 12 THE FARM allots by 8 C MAMIN Irnfmor ol llurtl ciillurv here CnllvKO A Little Farm Vull Drained Farmers in America are likely to over estimate tilt importance uf broad IICTON Hitch measure their wealth by the size of their farms In cutting farms out of forests the larger time clearing the gitator was the oppor JlrulrimlIIby tilt MilO of I htAdded to this natural need of spew timer has always boon the feeling that land itholf wilt pay for ki oping in the progress of settlement This accounts for the fact that an average farm in tho United Slates is Mill morn than IKOacrtH with loss than three fifths of it tilled Tho majority of farmorH are until poor unable to use to good advantage the notes they hull It is worth while to know that in a larGo part of the world the small farms are the thrifty homos of the people Four fifths of Bavaria Bel fiuin and Switzerland ere in farms of loss thou twuhIICnH I he rii h Islo tif Jersey is so divided that an avtnigo farm is eight acres One third of Franco is farmed by ownors of sewn and one half liens Pruwia fUllrIfor ton farm is tho foot of its owner lint titer atoMpecial rtmnoiiti forth thrift on small units growing outs f the close attention posmhlo over tilt small disco and worthy tilt study nf all farmers The small fanner cannot of course use the grwtt labor using machines which are applied to corn ntiaiiig unit whodtraiftiitgon thousand aore farms hut ho oiin tIRr his own v to unary day adrantnge in a hundred rtnys lie can know usury foul of oil on hit farm and adapt his crops and methotl to its usa He can no heel thettamly siois fur his truly crops and the heavier soil fur litter use He can IIlfnnllo make the Inll kph her nish manure fur the knolls IIlMIl supply tho vaeHticitw in his comflold from poor sued or bail weather with LMhlMigM iilniiLs er timiiM He ta in sited to diligeut e eyry clay has fug Itoth tilt crepe and the steeds imdr his eye lilt knows thai every itroko au1evry thuiiKht vuuiitN fur him tItI its otftwt Few hangs ferment hams r slam they work are able to uw tn dan toi all their titnoob tin airy miidor likings and do out Mmily turn tlnir hHtghts to smaller things Most on he greet wheel farmN after coodeiiw n jarVurk into about three mouth sal wait fur ties crop all the rent of he r Small farntoix Sri likely to plan inch a 81101Itttrkn of crop at to UN both the land anil tltair time to ad antage thnMiheitt the veer ICnrly utaU M will IHI inHrkutinl in limo to tve u prop of t urll i Ill on tho Tier and and kltp all irende busy lint wilier ocoiioinlos w lima wring uamell wniittw which may nnkw all the dilference Ixitweon thrift sad failute On tho mall farm every once cornor foiinlh on the larger fern there Nit Ux lUAU oornern lu- bo eounttKl The Iwiw of the 11111 armor HIlt the droppings ami tho eattoringH the hull farutwi feeds locks of birds and vermin The mall farm fluids a market for its tonsil pro luoto nut a hack or u pound is loft to waste or Ifl Tho huge farmor Miinot leather with jKHkn or pounda tutu they rut The hif ndvnntnge of the II 111 all fitrmor is in finding regular customers who expect him to supply their wants in certain definite linos amid enjoy aying n fair mice for fresh rggn mitlur vegetal es mid tufts without biggjug Those condition furnish tllU best incentive to honest work and n noble life on the form G T F ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN BEREA COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS BEREA COLLEGE lIHlslltUI ess I Over UO teachers 700 students front SIO states Best Library in Kentucky No Saloons DEPARTMENTS For those NOT Niifllcluntly advanced to get a teachers uurtlliuatoi I Trade Schools Carpentry Housework Printing taw yours II Model Schools preparing for Normal and tint advanced courses For those Hiilliclently advanced to gut a teachers vertiduato i III Farming and Agriculture gardening stock rawing forestry ototwo years IV Domestic Science Sowing Cooking etctwo years V Normal Course for teachors three years with practice touching VI Academy Course four years fitting for Code o for biisiuosH and for life For those moro advanced VII College Courses Classical Philosophical and Literary Adjunct Departments VIII Music Hood Orirnn Choral free Vocal Piano Theory IX Boron General Hospital Two Mrso in tho cure of tho smelt IUfa places time best education in reach of all i moneymaking institution Its instruction ia a free gift It aims to lies those wbo value education ai thellmseives charges a Ninall incidental fee to meet expenses of the chool apart from instruction must also pay for their board Expenses for term 12 weeks may bo brought within S2I about half of whim umai ho paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists CoiigregaticnalistH Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations POI information orfrtttnlli advice wtdrfKn the VlcClrtsident- GIJO T FA1KC1IILI Lli D Berets AIiullHon Co JCv I