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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rH SUBSCRIBE I T AYNi 60c a Year Devoted to the Interests 01 the Home Scbool and Farm f 5U a I VOL II BEHKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8 WOO XO THE CITIZEN C REXFORD RAYMOND Editor JuhJhrd at te oIIkOlITim OITiyl2N fovea 1IifaNri at ftc PtHvfN trt Atm AI itaJi IMO IDEAS It it nlwayit Ixltpr to work forsutrlll- Ixty Uinu to lit idle Dont lot weeds go to well lu your garden nod thus make extra work for you next year The fret BchonU lure iMgnu nra your children provided with books ml well started I If you are In debt Tlio CITIZEX liojHM ojt are eelnow In tho lulu to lay Up mouay for pujinunt A nmn who dots and inunlura in New Orlutiiis is no bettor tlmn the men who rfois ami murders In Cliiim Full loom Uoren College Sop lonilHir 12 Now item of interoal will bo Kindly rucolvwl at this office Cut out nod BHVO tho article on our lust legs on the cost of schooling Pros Frost pronchufl lit tho Blip list Cliuruli Huron nud nt Slate Lick at 280 in tho ovuninj August 12 Hojicul the Conbel Klectlnn Liixv and rilMikt the men lint inado It FOREIGN Hnrd fighting rojwrtwl in Siberia Ixjtwooa Itussiun mid Chinohu troops An attempt true mndotonssiisHiniiti tho Slink of Persia whilo he was visit lug tho Paris i xx iiton Aug 2 Gun Dowet the Boer coniinntulor isHiirrounded bjr British and there is little hope of his escnxj Twelve thounnnd Boors surruudortxl to Gen limiter Aug 2 Thin forotgnorn iu 1okiti arc safe unit will soon bo taken with a good escort to Tii n Tain Tho ministers nru to bo allowed to communicate freely with their governments Tho allied forces ndrancod li5 miles on IVkin last wo k NATIONAL Join Clark Hidputh tho historian diwl Aug Anarchists in Chicago cause n riot Aug rs in which many peoplo are III juruil Tho Secretary of tho navy publish NH cilcntoiH for tho oonntrtictioi of six now armoured minors Tho plot for tho assassination of King Humbert of Italy Raid to have been Hindu in Patterson N J North Carolina passes n constitu tional iiinoiulmont disfranchising il literate negroes thus giving tho dcni ocrntH about f00X majority in the slate KENTUCKY Kentucky operators are preparing to raise the price of coal Sept Tho coiisua gives Louisville n pop ulation of 201791 an incronso of 4JliO since ISO Tho Populists nominated A II Cardiu of Criltonden county for Wednesday 1Hepuhlicnlll of tho eighth district meet nt Aug 20 to nomi unto n candidate for congress Judgo W H Smith of Richmond will make n number of speeches in behalf of Del kllllm this summer Moro than enough Higmituros hnvo boon obtained to tho petition for n rote on free turnpikes in Jefferson countyCaleb Powers contradicts tho most important evidence of Wharton Gold on Robert Nooks Culton and Amler son Ceo Wellcr1I barber of Gray son Springs who sworo that ho was in Frankfort and saw tho gnu in tho gun in tho window of lowers ollico on tho tiny of tho assassination of Goobel was found guilty of perjury No ono knows the uiibenrablo tor lure tho and caused by Piles unless theylimo Huflend from thorn Many believe them incurable This is a mistake Proper treatment will euro them Turners Ihtukoyo Pilo Ointment is an infallible euro Price 60 cts In potties S If Unloli JrtUb117iicts TIDE CITIZEN YearI Locals and Personals bliss lichen Hunting is quito sick MUw ISraie Richardson IIM boeu quite sick The Horen Fair will be held Aujf 17 end ISISarah hell Jennan line nowpled n school at Flit Lick Robert Dunrao returned Suuday from Lowburg Ohio lire Hannah Allen sail fmnjly air visiting in Cle uounly Tuesday WM the hottest dry of the summer the thermometer register log 102 It S Heard left laat week to take charge of a school at Jellino Tune 310 Jenulu Gibson of Virginia w visiting friends and relatives in town Mrs Cornelia Grittin and Mrs Turner Floyd are visiting Mrs Mor gen Mrs Tninea Vray of Lexington has boen visiting the family of Dr husk John Robinson end George Aahor of Burning Springs wore huro last nook Mr nod Mrs S W Uloknoll of Clover Bottom are with thoir son 1 P Biokuoll J IS VilliuiiH of Germnntown vtatting his will and baby hero this week Dr and Mrs 0 W hobo cud Wal ter of Peoblos 0 arc visiting rela tires horo Mrs S A Singleton of Loxington is visiting the fnmno Faycttc Vaughn nmr Boron Jinx Scott hns returned from Oar rttrd county whore ho land charge of n spechl job of painting Ralph Osborno went as far ns Cin cinnati with his father and mother and roturiKHl Tuesday lion 1 T McClintock chairman of tho Republican County Committee wns in town Saturday John Burdetto and Edwin Hmbroc leave today for a bicycle tour of tho principal towns of the Stato Hon John D Goodloe of Whites Station will address tho Democratic Club of Boioa next Saturday Miss Minnie Koch who has been- a delightful visitor of tho Misses Richardson loft Saturday for Wildio Will Woods nnd family of Fort Ritner hid who have been visiting at J C Coyles returned homo Tues dayMiss Llowella Morrow supervisor of nurses at Christs Hospital Glade anti is with her sister Miss Abbio Morrow Judge Riohard Williams of Mt Vernon passod through hero last Wwlnosdny en route to Mallory Springs Mrs Mnrtin and the Frost children arrive from Ohorliu today Pros and Mrs Frost como tomorrow from Cinciuiiati daughterMatliennd Mrs M B Ramsey Saturday and Sunday Mrs S E Welch son John aunt Miss Ida Guy returned Tuesday from a trip to Niagara Falls Toronto and other places of note elllugbterostaying nt Mallory for several days returned Monday- Dr E B McCoy was called to his former homo nt Gresnsbnrg led on account of tho death of his father and will bo away several days Mr and Mr T J Osborue Albert and Pauline left Monday for months stay with in northern Ohio Their address will bo Saybrook Mrs Laura Embreo attended the Christina Missionary Alliance Convection at Beulah Park Cleveland ntOblrlinMr and Mrs J Thompson Baker of Milroy Pn are visiting relatives hnsc1l11lgo esuccessfuil eouferrdupon quite n number of ladies und gentlemen after which n most do IighHulllprenclwns tendered them at SaturdayHerm hone timeAmnrfcaushown to him in details tho modern electrotypeslutlf verypleusent grelltmllny lendillg oiltho Madison County A jxnrt office has boeti established at Delphia this county with IrI Ilughufi Stocker nI poetIllRIIt4 Ben Stouo former local wlllor of the Richmond Regintpr hatoetepted- R like position with the Panfavrnph lIon Jam B McCrearhta been cltOMn by the democrats of the state as chairman of the dptnocrjiUc cern imign oommitteo The coming cam mfrn will therefore Iw under Mr McCrewrys personalenjmenibiod George ftellard who kitypd Thos I Johnson at the Beret Ujspot of which we gars notice last lCOIo had his exatoiuiiiK trial before Judgo Million at Richmond Friday Au j 8 and was held over on u hondof ont thousand dollars Ho gave Iwrnl- Tho Republicans mot last Saturday in the tubernnuln nt nibs plAce amid organized a Republican ClubJSpeech tvere made by J T McCHiiiOik E M Einbrup C M Haulings and Mr FoHwji after which 111 ihoinbers wore enrolled Tho meeting was largely attuiidod Ono of the largest creeds of tho year attended court day Monday Tin cattle market wns exceedingly dull only 250 being nt tho pens Prices ranged from 2J to f cents Norris Bros report 250 sheep on tho nmrkot at S850 to par head A few horses were sold at from 550 to StOO but the nmrkot was rather slow mules wore plentiful amid sold readily nt for to SlrtO per hear The nittyfirst annual session of time Madison County Toddlers Insti tute wits called to order in tho chapel of tho Caldwell High School by Superintendent J11 Wagors Mon lily morning at 10 oclock After sOllg hJthu Institute chorus Prof C F Brock rent n passage of scrip tare following with an invocation SuM rtatendent Wagers then addressed the Institute with n few well chosen words laying special stress upon the teachers working together for mutual benefit The election of officers was declar ed next in order and resulted in the unanimous election of the following persons chairman R Leo Davis secretary G C Fnrris assistant sec rotary Miss Lelia Harris organist Miss Rhoda Gilbert 1antngraph Herbino is well adapted totho cure of fevers of nil kinds befciuso it thoroughly clonuses the etomnch and bowels of all bilious humoib and ex pols nil impure secretions of tho body rico 50 cts S E Welch Jjr Blotches nut excrescnces ti hichso often annoy people nro simply efforts of nature to throw ofT impediments to tho proper irarfonunuco of her duties aid and assist nature in her work and insure a skin clear and bountiful entirely freo from all im ixjrfections Price 50cts S E Welch Jr Thanks Wo acknowledge tho receipt of the HorseStowTho advisies us that thoir exhibition cud amusement features will this year eclipse nay ever orglluizlltiollIucredit to our Stato iIJudge J BG Carter of Mt Vernon diet Iat the home of bntill1Judeby the Masonic Lodge to confer some special degrees lie was taken sick in time lodge room and lived only six hours The romaine were taken to Mt Vernon Sunday for burial A Litter From Chautauqua Thin Hiiiumer city lies one thousand thm hundred mutt fifty feet above Boaleril It is seven miles south of Lake Erie sixtylive mites from Buf falo eightysoreii miles from Niagara LHlls mud man bo reached by two ex eoll nit railroads tho Lako shore and Brift both noted for smooth tracks undgood flume I4jo Chnutauqun on the western sidu of which ChtuttaUfjiui is situated is n twititifil little lake twentyone mils long and about n mile wide at tho broadest part It is the kind of lak that pleasure seekers liko as in it a o plenty of lisle buss whitofish perch etc being so smalland shal low it is an ideal lake for swimming and boating Steamers run daily from Mayvillo at tho north to James town at the south and excursions to points of interest are almostdaily af fairs luring the season There is also a lake drive from ono cud to tho oth or on each side But returning to Chautnuqun we look about a littlo and find lovely drives and shady williand parks everywhere The amphitheater which seats about night or niiio thousand jeople is iu tho center of tho city It is provided with an excellent pipe organ and is lighted with electricity as is the whole city The grounds enclosed in a fence guarded by policemen are about one and onehalf miles in length aul three quarters of a milo wide Tho season commenced Wednesday Juno 2IInd lasts until August 23 The daily programs of lectures and eLtortainmcnts are jxwted about the grounds The program for this season lies been very carefully prepared and promises to bo better than usual ARTIICR M YOCCM BOSW2ROYAL TO iIPHILADELPHIA 1NEW YORK BEST LINE FROM- Cincinnat j TO i St Louis AND THE WEST P MCCARTY IO General Passenger Agent CINCINNATI 0 eSSNS e S S jlP A PROCLAMATION OF I ECONOMY for the Spring and Summer o Season in Mens and Boys FineQMJJ M OLOTHNG I Iallwoolllothllll cloth you wllh the rotvest prIcem rigid made absohitely In America IUghtlym de as It Is of famous Vitals land A QDrentihllcdyltnl the very life of the garment Is earclllllll In mnklng represeuts the ex O peedlUtmoflhnemtdthought and le it dlllded contrast to tho taforlug seen In x ordinary rcadjtoweur Clothing The Fabrics that we how are tho very newest 0 de IgI that wlllheseen this 6eaouIsnytonancrlexcIusteclytousIntheface of m the nl ovo facts Tho mot extraordinary feature comblnliiK our grent otter Is that we KfJ t cnn nnd do ell our Clothing at j o 4 LESS MONEY limn elsewhere limy ran we afford to sell such lilghgniilo Clollilnx for less money thnn elsewhere Our answer js nnd Ours n modern store constructed QWdeendingonaiarneour imrclmtluii power thlIOetout prices thatll the story In nut shcli j COVINGTON MITCHELL oRIOHJOND KENTUCKY oS F 7 NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNLNNINAN 1 fiWEEKLY IJ r NNNNINNNNLNNNNNNNNMNNNNNI 4 FOR CASHse priceshiveCASH trade You can buy more goods for CASH than on credit ssiJ Call and examine our large stock of Women and Mens fine Footwear and Gents Furnish ings at prices much lower than ever before Oall and be ConvincedDOUGLAS BRIGHT CO 207 West Main Street RICHMOND KY The BereaMonument Co r 9 The ieguH of good cnrk and reasonable prices is U4FCtce tow have customers in all parts of the State t When you trans Anything in the monument line Let JM Jioir and ire trill tend you tlesiynt card priers Headstones 600 up to any amount Marble and Granite Monuments At prices to suit the times Material and work firstclass JOHN HARWOOD Prop 7 Berea Ky un u VORMSlFor 20 Preparedby IsOXonBOOKS BY oJ WILLIAM E BARTON A tern In Ilom of the loyal SwVt htstnrteelnovel with illustrations by Dan art Bound In homespun 5150 Situ Oiillowoy l UKlil rlnLnT and The Truth about the Troubles at Itounilotuiie Two little Southern tlorle with Illntratione kcover ilenljn 01 nweet gum leaves 50c each The two postpaid for 75 Old riniitntlmti Hjinin A collect lion of hitherto unpublished raeloillei of the slave and the freedman with historical and dcHriptlvc note In paper i cents Bound in board 5o The Iunlni and Their Story A study of the lama at related to Jew ish history Two volum tin box with gilt top su ptfaI Introductory prime iK li ald 200 The Story or n rninpkln Tie A childK book richly Illustrated by YIlhrJ Olle of Ihe rllthlet hooks for children r cents jiiol Intro ductoy price 11O1ld 00 LifeAualnt mountain life with lt wealth of nnrutng ptfuliurltliw and It aloha a hlotorliHl value lure It pictures condition attendant UII the antislavery nmvomvnt The author has ixlrtotiy utlilzeil a mountain legend of a lost mini IrUt 130 The aborv books will be sent postpaid by The College Bookstore frlln BEREA KY JeC MORGAN IDsntaJ Surgery Office Hour a to 12 A M DuildingI DEXTAL SURGERY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Jiuildiny Main Street Richmond Ay Telephone llpnlilrncr No 01 Office No 62 00 Imperfect digestion and assimilation produce disordered conditions of the system which grow and are con gitesI l VERSVllFUCEIiKcitljQttiaJhr WHITES CREAM I CENTER STREET ART GALLERY- C I 000 Proprietor OptoDate Photos Nothing But The Best Finish at the Lowest Prices G oo C R HANSONS LIVERY6 LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Oflice iu Hanson Bid II ZO- 0E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky 62800 REPAIR THAT LOOM n IRLS who wish an education at j Berea will receive good pay for articles of home manufacture Bring them to Matron of Ladies Hall for inspection and she will give order to Treasurer for payment YARD Good Homespun Linen 40c It ItLlnesey 50c Patent dies not received Old fashioned Indico blue preferred Good Homespun Jeans 50c IIDress Flannel 60c Good Coverlids well woven and matched from four to six dollars s fALSBest UN In time 8oM br dnicslsu UMPTION IAPILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL d EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTis SO cnirfs fit5 F IWD Sole Propileior 3101 IiI 11I ST lO Sya I J 0 TIE YtJ17lJItf41fY4htlohti7f STURGIS t1A DETECTIVE STOUT I Br EDGAR MOHETTE Off jrlfkt im by TrcdtrUk Sloki Co JCHAPTER V CortTWUro Point flrf resumed Sturgis the right arm was broken just above the wristYes said the physician I thought at first that the arm might have been broken in the collision with the cable ear but the discoloration of the flesh proves conclusively that the fracture ceurred before death Precisely Now it is possible that the man broke his arm when he fell after being shot but the contused wound looks to me as if it had been made by a severe blow with some blunt lust rumen t Possibly admitted Thurston This broken arm it we can place It in Its proper chronological position may prore to be of some Importance in the chain of evidence mused Stur fs If the fracture occurred before the man was shot that of course ex cludes the possibility of suicide but on the other hand it also brings in an obstacle to the hypothesis of mur leeflow sa- Btcause w 8 have settled you will remember that the shot was fired from the right of the victim and close tohim tow if he did not fire the shot himself the person who did must here reached ever his right arm to do so In that ease unless the victim was asleep or stupefied would he not instinctively have raised his arm Ir selfdefense and thus deflected the weapon upward EvidentlyWell idle to speculate on this tine for the present Let us come to point six remember I called your particular attention to the cab nan Do you still think he was only runk No replied Thurston while he had unquestionably been drinking heavily he also showed symptoms of marcotic poisoning Then the presumption is that he had been drugged by those who wished to place the wounded manln his cab I observed him closely and I am satis fled thrithe knows as little about his dead passenger as we do He probably knows less about him at all event than the young man in the ealskin cap who gave the police the slip during the excitement which fol Sowed the overturning of the cab Sturgis paused a moment This 1 think he continued cov en all the evidence we have thus far collected Jnthe Cab Mystery It is quite satisfactory as far as it goes for it is circumstantial evidence and therefor absolutely truthful In the Knickerbocker bank mystery we have as yet no satisfactory data whatever for everything we have heard concern lag It has its origin in the fallible evi lene of witnesses and has more over rwched us third or fourth hand There Ii however one fact that may or may not prove to be Important Have you noticed that these two mysteries are contemporaneous and therefore that they may be related Do you think there is any connec tion between the twoinquireAThurs- ton interested I do tot allow myself to think about U at all as yet replied Sturgis I simply note the fact that so Ur as time It concerned the Cab Mystery could be tilt seqUel to the Knickerbocker Dank Mystery that la all Facts my dear boy are like words A word Is only Is assemblage of meaningless letters ssitil it becomes pregnant with sense fcy context So a fact which stand fog by itself has no meaning may when correlated with other facts be Some fraught with deep significance And now he contlrued after a pause I think our work is concluded for the present I shall be able to lay It aside for the night Let me offer ron a glass of sherry pleasant evening we spent at Spragues tonight I have a great admiration for him as an artist Md a great fondness for him as a man host of his friends are strangers to we though You know I have very little time to indulge in social dissipa lion Ky the way who is that Dr Murdock with whom I have made this bet OhI he is a physician though now retired from practice lIe devotes him aSlf entirely to scientific research especially in the domain of chemistry i e lies made some important discov eries in organic chemistry and they lay he ha micceded in proving some t Cf the supposed elementary metals to be compounds He has quite an envi able reputation in the scientific world I understand d he is a remarkable man That is evident at a glance H showed himself this evening to be Ii thinker and a brilliantspar say he was something pf a genius and I should judge moreover that he was a man of magnificent nerve tipable of the most heroic actions er Sturgls hesitated 07 asked Thurston 1 Or oT the most infamous cruelty tad crime Itall depends u onheth er or tfofhts great mentaj attributes Ire nnder the corI a headapoint upbn which I am soraewEo In tcuntf t i e CHAPTER VI TilE ARTIST Cprague will a dilettante In art as J woe in life If he had not been rich he might perhaps have become- a spurtsustained effort Occasionally he was viied with a frenzy for labor and for weeks at A time he would shut fchnself up in Jill studio until he had mAIUbljr accomplished some bit of plot aft Ibffvtf was eooo spent and a reaction Invariably followed during which palette and brush were taken up only In desultory fashion Thus It was that at the age of eight and twenty Sprague had painted a few pictures which had attracted favorable attention at the annual exhl bitions of the Academy of Design and which the critics had spoken of ni promising and thus it was that the promise was as yet unfulfilled and that Sprague though a man of undoubted talent was not likely ever to rank as n genius in his profession Sturgis with his keen insight Into human nature fully realized the po tential capacities of the artist and at times he could not control his imp n tience at his friends inert drifting through life But with all their dif ferences these two men held each other In the highest esteem each ad miring in the other those very quail ties which were lacking in himself The artist lived In a fashionable quarter of the city in a bachelor apartment which included a large and commodious studio fitted up ac cording to the latest canons of artis tic taste On this particular New Years morning after waking and observ ing by the filtering of n few bright sunbeams through the closely drawn blinds that it was broad daylight he stretched himself with n voluptuous yawn and prepared to relapse into the sensuous enjoyment of that semi somnolent state which succeeds a night of calm and refreshing sleep Just as he was settling himself comfortably however he was startled by a knock at the bedroom door Most men under the circumstances would hove betrayed some vexation at being thus unceremoniously his Curbed nut there was no suspicion of annoyance in Spragues cheery voice as he exclaimedIYou cannot come in yet Mrs OMeagher I am asleep and I shall be asleep for another hour at the least Surely you cannot have forgotten that today is a holiday Happy New Year You hove time to go to several masses before Get up old lazybones and dont keep a man waiting at your door In this inhospitable waywhen he is In a hurry interrupted a voice whose timbre was not that of the house keeper Mrs OMeagher- Oh is that you Sturgls laughed the artist Arent you ashamed of yourself to come routing honest men out of bed at this unseemly hour Walt a minute till I put on my court costume that I may receive you with the honors and ceremonies due to your rank and station- A couple of minutes later the artist pituresquely attired in a loose ori ental dressing gown and fez opened the door to his friend Ralph Sturgis Come In old man he said cordially extending his hand to the reporter you are welcome at any hour of the day or night What is it now This not your digestion call I presume No replied Sturgis I merely dropped4ln to say that I should be un able to take our projected bicycle trip this afternoon I shall probably be busy with the Knickerbocker bank case all day By the way If you would like to come to the bank with me I shall be glad of your company I am on my way there now HI should like nothing better said Sprague but I have made an appointment for this morning with ererUh a sitter What on New Tears day you heathen Sturgis observed the artist closely and then added quizzically Accept my congratulations old manYour congratulations inquired Sprague coloring slightly Yes my congratulations and my condolence My congratulations on the fact that she Is young and beauti ful and possessed of those qualities of mind and heart which and so on and so forth My condolence because I tear you ore hit at last What do you mean stammered the artist sheepishly do you know her What do you know about her Nothing whatever replied Sturgis laughing except what you are tell ing me by your hesitations your reti cence and your confusion The artist spoke after a moment of thoughtful silence Your inductions In this case arc premature to say the least My sitter is a young ladyso much is undeniably true And there is no doubt In my mind as to her possession of all the qualities you jocularly attribute to her but my interest in her is only that of an artist in a beautiful and chnrmlngoman At any rate he added after a mo meats hesitation hope so for I have heard that she is as good au be trothed to another man The keen ear detected la his friends tone a touch of genuine sadness of which the artist himself was probably unconscious Laying his hand gently upon Sprague shoulder he said gravely I hope so too old man for you arc one of those foolish men whose lives can be rUJned bygtiunhnppy love nf fair I uuppose its useless to preach tp you morcs the pity but In my t humble oplplfnRwoml3lli love Is worth a goo mans me thatsubjectSprague but you need not worry on my account not yet at all events I am still safe the portrait is almost finished and I should be a fool to walk Into such a scrape with my eyes wide open Humph ejaculated sturgis skept tically When a man makes a fool ol himself for a woman it matters little whether his eyes be open or shut the result is the same Sprnpuelaughed somewhat uneasily and theru a I f tP fhange tM Hibjtct Come and let the picture he Mid- I should like your opinion of it The reporter consulted his watch- I shall have to come back some other time for that he replied I must hurry off now to keep iny zips pointment with Mr Dunlap He started toward the door but suddenly facing Sprague again he held out his hand to the artist who pressed it cordially Ooodbyc old man he said af fectionately be as sensible as you can nail dont wantonly play with the tire And before Sprague could frame nn answer the reporter was gone The artist remained thoughtfully standing until his friends footsteps had died away in the distance Then he turned and walked slowly Into the studio Here In the middle of the room stood an easel upon which was the portrait of a beautiful young girl Sprague gazed at it long and earn estly Then he heaved an almost inaudible sigh- tSturgis is right he said to him self turning away at last Iandand- I am a confounded idiot- CII1ITER VII AGNES MlRDOCK In a quarter of the city which is rapidly surrendering to fhe relentless encroachments of trade there still stand a few old fnshioned houses the sole survivors of what was once an aristocratic jfttlement One by one their fellows have been sapped and swept away by the resist less tide of continence until these an cleat dwellings stubbornly contest ing a position already lost now rear their sepulchral brownstone fronts in stiff and solitary grandeur huge sar cophagi In a busy mart One of these houses stands well back from the street line the traditional backyard of the ordinary New York dwelling having been sacri ficed in this instance to make room for a tiny garden which is separated from the street by a tall spiked iron railing behind which grows an ar bor vitae hedge The former serves as a defense against the marauding of the irrepressible metropolitan gamin while the latter confers upon SHOULD THINK YOU WOtU WEL COME HARD WOIIIC AS A PLEASANT CHANGE the occupants of the garden a sem blance of protection from the cu rious gaze of the passersby This property having been the suds feet of an interminable lawsuit had remained for ninny years unoccupied and was even now beginning to be re garded bliome of the neighbors as haunted when nt Inst It was bought by Dr unlock n wealthy widower with an only daughter For sonic months masons and carpenters were at work and then one day the new occupants entered into poxycsxlan The Murdoeks lived quietly hut lux uriously like people accustomed to wealth They had their horses and carriages their house nt Lenox and at Newport and their yacht Their clr cle of acquaintances was large marl Included not on the fashionable wt but also a selenil c literary nnd art istic set For Dr M unlock wan a chemist of national reputation a member of several scientific bodies and a non of great Intelligence anal broad culture On this particular New YearH morn ing Dr Murdock was seated In his study apparently absorbed in read ing the dally papers a pile of which lay upon his table 11it occupation might perhaps more accurately be de scribed as skimming the dally papers for each journal in turn was subject cd to a rapid scrutiny and only n few columns seemed occuKlonully to inter est the reader There was no haute risible in the doctors actions each one of which appeared to be performed with the coolness anti deliberation of a man who is not the slave of time and yet so systematic were they tint nil lost motion being avoided every operation was rapidly completed In n short time the pile of newspa pers had been disposed of and the doctor lighting n choice clgnr leaned buck in his comfortable armchair and plnccdly putted the wreaths of frat grant smoke celllngward He was ups parently uatlslled with the world nnd with himself this calm passionless man And yet a sharp observer would have noted nn almost imperceptible furrow between the eyes which might perhaps hove Indicated only the healthy mental activity of art or dinary man but which in one given so little to outward manifestation of feeling as Dr Murdock might also betoken more or less bcrious annoyance or displeasure While the chemist sat in this pen sire attitude there was a rustle of skirts outside and presently there came a gently knock at th door of the stud Come int said MnrnVJc rvmorini thl cigar from his lipsIThe door opened admitting a tall and beautiful young gut evidently not long out of her t Ill nilIDid I disturb you asked stepping lightly into the roomNo Agnrs replied Murdock courteously as you nee am indulg ing in n period of dole far nlente The young girl laughed n clear all very laugh as her eyes fell upon the pile of newspapers If the rending of A dozen nwpapers Is dolce far nlente I should think you would welcome hard work as n pleasant change Oh replied her father the work I have done on those has not amounted to much I have only been gleaning the news from the morning papers Yes he added answering her sur prised look It takes a deal of skim milk to yield a little cream The last paper which Murdock hail been examining lay upon the desk be fore him From the closely printed columns stood out In bold relief the glaring IN A CAII lIT TI mOlR ASSASSINATION OF AN UNKNOWN MAN IN IIHOAD- DAYUGIIT CABMAN HEILLT DENIES ALL KNOWLEDUE OF Till CHIME Mss Murdocks glance rested care leanly upon these words for an In slant They aroused in her nothing more than the mild curiosity which attaches to events of palpitating hu man Interest when they have beer congealed In the columns of the daily newspapers and served to palates ol ready sated with sensational ver bosity Mary said you wished to speak tome said the young girl after a short pause I thought I would step in to see you before going to Mr Sprngues To Sprngues Inquired Murdoek fixing his keen eyes upon the young girl Ah yes I remember he spoke of the appointment last night lion is the portrait coming on 1 It is almost finished Probnblj only one or two more sittings nt time most will be necessary Agnes seemed slightly embarrassed by the fixity of her fathers searching glance Slue settled herself in nr Armchair and assumed a look of defer cnt expectancy ITo nil Continued AN INVOLUNTARY THIEF Drove Off with Another Inni lion and 11aa und Jot Into Trnnblr There is no fun in being n criminal even though it be by accident George II emji the novelist anti play wrlght who lnn now a big place in Cablnteeiy Ireland once llvcil In San Francisco says the IMillnilclphin Sat urday livening Herald There wan an epidemic of horse stealing nt that time which was followed by n sym pathetic attack of lynching Vigi lance committees were everywhere and strangers on strange horses were viewed with suspicion Jesstii and n friend were out driving one day and took part in n picnic where they knew nobody They paused several plcnnnnt hours nt San Mateo where the festival took place nail then remembered an Important engagement They left the crowd nail went to the neighboring grove where the homes were tethered and mamas tening their own rlall they sup posed jumped In and drove off lime horse had trotted two or three miles when the friend said George this isnt our horse Its a larger nnd better animal JeRHtip looked nt the steed carefully and replied Upon my wont you are right This Isnt our cnrrlnge role eitherIt ft handsome affair nail they naked nt It with some curiosity On the Inside of it Warn ttcwrd n piece of cloth Ixarlng the name nnd mldresi of the owner The friend gasped George do you know the owner ol this rig In the head of the vigilance committeeMr 1 broke Into n cold per spiration ns he replied Lets drlv to the nearest telegraph station and wire him They drove like mad and when they reached the station made ar rnngcmentH nt the hotel to lint the horse nail wagon cleaned Then they sent n diapntcb nnd wnlted their fate In due time the irate owner arrived and to their Inexpressible joy he came In their own vehicle There were ex plnnntkina mind apologies nnd accord lag to California custom the luckless TeMiip whs compelled to treat the house nn act which kept him poor for the remainder of the month OChmn The Garden of Getlisemnne which wao closely Interwoven with the clos ing scenes In the life of Christ U now n desolate spot containing a few old nnd shattered olive trees the trunks of which are supported by stones though come of the branches nre flour sluing It In n small square Inclosun of about 200 feet surrounded by n hlgl wall n little wny out of Jerusalem be low St Stephens gate nnd nenr th foot of the Mount of Olives Iliblici reference to It is made in Matt 2Gfl 16 Mark H2B5S Luke 223950 sac loin 18 M4 The garden Is the prop erty of the Latin Christians the GreeV church having fixed upon another lo callty as the true site of Oelhsemane Different Denomination A man gave over a hundred dollar for a copper cent the other day syrdlewool p mlH ltltrJcm Life a HE WASNT GROWLING Warn Merely Reeking Information as c Trlrri of Comilrj Comfort and Convenience Whatlearpln11ljalulAtltl the summer POpttddlyhonest airictilturitt just to him Ninetysix dollars and thirty rents for two wet k board for myself wife and three small boys Now look here Mr looks Ye had the use of the holt and rarrrall whenever e wanted em intermitted old Farmer Hooks dOldlour ett nn considerable many ol my apples and then therea the fiihin and time scenery nd tbetl grannera picnic and Uncle 011thllHut pshaw man the only tune we uet rour old carryall the horse was to sulky that I had to au mot of the way the vehicle broke down and paid more for hay lag it repaired than it was worth Your apples the boys sick to within a Hairs breadth of an agonizing death and to the extent of ftf caught told but no full li hlng We didnt eat any of the scenery nor do we expect to carry any of it away with We were in no way responsible for the late Mr Tinkers fu oeral and I may add did not particularly ranftupicnlof moon Looker here Do you mean to insinuate Thal Imlrin to joUjtl t Yllfhllstinted at 100000000000 andtr Was Well I was merely wondering if you wen trying to get it all at once SERVED HIM RIGHT II Advised Others Hal IUd Sol Fol low Oal III Own lag aeatlane- The crowd began to gather as soon as the man fell down One of the thoughtful ones ran to a drug tore und rang up an ambu lance and in a few moments a great clanging and clattering was heard down the street Then the ambulance drew alongside the curb the natty young pliynoun dn mounted from the rear step crowd standing around this man who had fallen a lane for him to pas through It- t quired only a glance for natty young yneian to see what ailed the man says lot tOollbIeThere was no reply but as the ambu lance men were about to pick hisproi trite man a stout man pushed way through the crowd glanced at the limp form of the victim of the heat and laid myleusenan who writes the Hints en how to Keep Coot in Hot Weather for the piper llonamlfr and IlnrBlnr The burglar had entered the hUie loietly ai poMible but his shoes were not padded and they made tome nmie He hid bait the door of the bedroom when ds heard some one moving In the bed as If about to lIt up and he panted The sound of a womans voice to his ears If dont takt oft your boots when you come lou this house It said theres going to be trouble and a whole lot of it Here tlbeen for three hours and you dare muddysootHe went downstairs without a word didnt like oil his boots Instead hI went out into the night again and the pal who was waiting for hum saw a tear in hits I cant rob that house he said It reminds ms of home Lewiston Me Journal An Insinuation The PluaiUer believe that we will all follow the tame vocation in the next world as we do in this The Caipenlcr Well If that ts true you jobWhyWhat u e will they have for where there is no waterCleveland ilain Deer Tho r laving flirts Maude If I only had my life to live over again Clan I thought doingWhatI heard tell the census man you birthdlrCbiuIOEVtohr Ifa man is iniluitrioui sail an a good deal of money without mowing muchfJaIAtchion Globe Max 0IUH says Paris is to fut that they Me quicksand in the how glasses Max is a dizzy but time flies ail the same = c ug N IS HII OKI N Promotes DigcatlonChccrfur fK89aMItestContains neither or NARCOTIC rrav J1c r2mrrraaJ- Mtssis JSJII rorConsUpal1on Worms Corwulsiop3 Feverish ness And Loss OF SLEEP I Facsimile Signnlure or ass NEW YORK Alii ii n Hi n 11- 1Do si s C i M EXACT copy or WRAPPER Like the Deadly UnderCurrent which grasps one without warning the mucous membrane which line the entire body suddenly becomes weakened in some spot nnd discasa is established It may be of the lungs the head throat stomnch bowels or any other organ Where ever it is anti whatever it seems it all springs from the same cau- seCATARRIi or inflammation of this delicate pink membrane The system is weakened In win ter The delicate lining is more susceptible to irritation or inflamma ton and thus we have pneumonia grip colds coughs fevers etc all catarrhal conditions whicb may easily be checked by one catarrh cure Pcnina Thats the only way out of it You may dose forever you will not be well until you try the truo cure and that is Pcnina You may think your trouble is some other disease and not catarrh Call it what you will one thing is sure your system is affected and must be treated and Pcruna is the only remedy which reaches the right place and dour cure THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAMp NOT D DAMC INDIANA nil coustsKs IN CIleo Ltitir Ccnomlcs and libtoeyJurnatlm Arl5cl n Pharmacy sad eke tried Cnglnctrlnt Architecture Thorough lftp f torx and Coaint r lM Courses Rooms Pret lo all students who hart con tilrlrd the ttiMlf require tot admission Into the Junior or htnlor Year ay of the CotlrgV ats Room lo Rent mnltrite cheese to students ovrrttnntern for Collf clue Courtrt A limited number of Candldales lor the heel lUollcal state will fie irrrlrrd al tC11 fairs M Is lntheramieteneaatItsequlpmeals aythYearwtIIopre4ptImbtr41k1pCIatogues KUV A MOHKISSUV 9 meADRM or TIIW PAmn iiriiiiisn TO nur ANTTIIIKO- AIVKHTI EIIIN ITH COLUMNS HIIOCU INSIST t lON IIAIN WHAT THEY AUK FOIL IlKrf MNO ALL hfiiaTiTtrrra on IUITATIONB PSO S CURt aaa Uw JN II CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In USe For Over Thirty Years CASTORIATN 3 1 THE CITIZEN A WKKKLV NKWSPAPKIC IIKflBA KKNTtCKY I I One of the few pnrta of Yindn IInehllngldInceU tho roynl kitchen Pawnbrokers take some curious pledges but It Is not often they nr e offered one from another world A London suburban pawnshop however exhibits In Its window ns nn once deemed pledge n magnificent aerolite a mass of fused tnctel that fell ns were from bcnvrn to provide n poor man with his brer A tlckct brurn broughfrom t Big Verdi has almost brought to completion the philanthropic scheme on which he has been engaged IncaI- SPM Outside the forts Magenta a Milan he tins bought n large piece o ground and on It baa built bouse buildingbleburea of more than 2000 square yards It will shelter 100 nerdy musicians 60 men ami 40 women of not lea than 6i yearn of nge n n Passengers by Wells Forgo Cosi express the other tinywere two mon star turtles on the way to London Gardens In Kngland According to Frank H WhIrr who purchased them for the gardens the turtles are ISO years old They were ruptured In the Oalapngoi Islands and shipped to- lion Francisco From there they tray eled In n water tank to New York Each turtle Is ire and a half feet long and weighs 500 pounds Rome diRrrratcoins150 are now obtained from coal tar anti these hue utmost entirely supplanted vege table and animal dyes lu fact only two of the egetable class Indigo and logwood are atlll of any considerable Importance Coal yield a large amount of coloring matter the mag enta obtained from n ton being sufll clent to lye 100 yards of flnnnd till urine 10 yards the vermllllon scar let 2300 yards and the alignrlne 3D yards lly means of the henltb department canvass New York figure out n pop ulation of 3fi5JS94 for the greater city The health departments call male of the population by boroughs on Tilly I as follows Manhattan 2007241 The Hronx 173370 Brook lyn l2 17il3S Itlcimond flJJfr guecns 13W59 Illchmond 69280 Incrnikc In lilt cltyn imputation luco 1600 Is 800000 In round numbers the census of that year showing that there were 120029J persona In the Will munlty Malarias breeding place the Koman Cnmpngnn Is entitled to the reputa than of bring the most deadly spot on earth No human being who work there ecnies malaria and the malaria IftOt the pernicious type Thniinnds of field laborers journey Into this sec thou rich year lured by the prospect of good pay for harvest work and yet knowing Unit the chances are that they will not outlive the year or nt best that they will be gaunt fever stricken wretches when they emerge front the drnthlmuntrd place If lightning striken n tree after long period of henry ruin when time whole surface of the tree Is damp It generally does very little burnt to tho tree mid often none at nil If on throe other hand the tree Is struck when ItH surface dry It Is more sternly damn aged because then time electric llIrkIwill descend by n line of lower ante along tin dump wood under IhoIbark In this cum the heat of spark Instantly produces strum to n very high pressure under thin ImrIeI and It Is generally blown up Time largest schoonerrigged vessel In the world Is now really for launch tag from n shipyard nt Cnmden Me and ship owners nod Millora are wait ing with curiosity to lire bow the ex periment will turn out The schooner Is to be n six tnnster capnblc of carrying V oo tour of coal with a length of 300 feet n locum of 48 fret and depth of 22 feel It Is the pet car ception of nil old Hblpmnstvr dipt uonn G Cowleyof Tuunton Mass who IIIIH been known time projector of big nchoiicra for many years The cipher code of the state depart ment Is whnt Is known ns n symbol code It Is reported to bo ab solutely Impossible for nay one even cipher expert to rend It or to rite n message In It without the use at the code book The symbols used are figures nranged In groups to rep resent words Its basis Is n system of key number which change the sig nification of the symbols The code la thus capable of several transposi tions and to still further Increase the difficulty of Its tran l totj niece are two bnslo eyalemo THE SUNDAY SCHOOL fiMion In the International ItrU tar August 12 10OO Thm- ForclTlnv Kplrlt Prepared by It C Ienlngton TUB LISBON TEXT Matthew U2MJ- tl Then CAme Peter to Him and said Lord how oft shall my brother tin against me and forgive him till even times 22 Jesus said unto him t sny not unto aevrnfO Therefore is of en likened unto a certain king which would take account of hi pervanta And when he had begun to reckon ons wee brought unto him which owed him ten thousand lalrnllI25 limit forasmuch nn pay Ma lord commanded him to bfl sold and hI24 Thn servant therefore fell down and worshipped him saying Lord hive patience with me and I will pay thee alt 27 Then the lord of that servant waa moved with compassion and loosed him debtr went out and found one of hli fallow servants which owed him an hundred pence and he laid hands on him and took him by the throat saying Iay me that Ihou owes 9 And his fellow servant fell down at his feet and besought him aaylnir Hare patience with me and I will pay thee all 10 And he would not hut went and mil him Into prison till he should pay the diM sewtWill and came and told unto their lord all that Wile done t Then his lord after that he had railed him said unto him 0 thou wicked servant forgave thee all that debt because thou deslredst met U Rliouldst not thou sloe have had compassion on thy fellow servant even La I had pity on thee II And his lord Will wroth and deliv shouldfBo likewise shall My Heavenly Father do also unto you If ye from your hearts forgive not every one his brother Ihlr trespasses UniDKM TKXT Fnrajl as our debts as we forgive our debtors nat11112NOTFa AND COMMENTS The lesson may well Include not only the lesson text but also the verses pre ceding beginning with time ISth These few verses Indicate n common sense way of making up differences between two people who iiftvr hnil perhaps a tnlsumleratnndlnir perhaps a more serious cause of trouble nn actual grievance It may seem strange at first thought that Jesus addresses his athlce to the one sinned against rather than agAlnst the sinner If thy brother aln agnlnit timer go show him hli fault between thee and him alone Thlstakeslnto eonsldemtlon the oftlIl teited fact that the one committing1 the blunder or sin U IhOlle who feels him self the most aggrieved Go to him alone That will ahow your readiness to come to nnr term that maybe honorable Hut If he persists then take one or two more witnesses Often for their sake he will make pence One other remedy awaits you If this fails the court of the church He may dislike publicityor he may have respect for an Impartial tribunal The lart re sort gone do not revile him treat him II a respectful stranger na the Jews treated the gentiles or Ilomnn tax col lectors Then comes that familiar teats For when two or three are gath Bred together In My name there am I In time midst of them Wt note here that their are dlconnlclrcl- horlntlonalIntllhe ex for of the verse h better given In the revised version at Again I say unto you that If two of you etc Secret prayer U one of the means of grace misted upon but for occasions that affect not only the In dividual heart there It strength la union lIow Often to Iorglve Jemt had changed the subject but Ills flrat words lingered In the mind of Peter How often should he forgive If onIerslsted In a wrong course ngnlnst him The old law Miggeatrd seven limes Jesus said that was not enough Seventy tlmea seven might do for one could hardly count that number of of fensea agnlnst even the worst enemy It wars a aymbnllcnl expression for ncver ending forgiveness A PclmlT says love la not to be limited by the multiplication table The King and the 1ebtnrlrsusenf- orces tills truths by n parable The kingdom of Heaven In which Jeans numbered Ills disciples was like an earthly kingolio lad a servant hoj owed him 10000 talents n large num The servant couldnt pay The king waa about to enforce payment by sell ing time mans property amid even hls person nnd wife and children to luring In the sum owed lint the sought the kings compassion and Willij forgiven mile debt and given a new start What did thla servnnt do He had been forgiven much taut Ills coy ctoua heart eonbl not find forgiveness or compassion for those who owed him very small sums God la like that lie has forgiven Ills children much hot unmindful of lilt great bounty they have gone on unforgiving anti IIn pllrjing of their fellows Then follows the desej ed retribution Ilecausethe servant who had been for glen much would not forgive hula IIjer debtor therefore he was to his tormentors until he should pnyj He load been forgiven his debt hart for his own hardness of heart wax flimsily allowed to take Its COIIUj Fnllnre To conic short Is to go part way and fall It Is Implied thnt the failure Is on our own part Let us therefore tent lest a promise being left us of en tering Into ills rest any of you should come short of tCnhed Presby terian Invincible Let us serve our King ns Solomon officers served theirs every man ac cording to his charge Whom the Lord appoltita lie anoints nclI InTInGSb1C1loaSpurgeon Family TIn Eahaafed At one of the great department stores thl InIrythe counter while wilting for his change het a wonderful place you have sellrIsverylhing tommrnlWhatAnlhinjjoarprtlentioulsome ties Without remark but with demure countenance the girl went away a moment returned and said am sorry hut the manager tells me that we are out of family ties owing to the great demand ouu to look at some family jars lime young man de undesirablenone of ItN Y Tribune World to End This Year This Is the recent decision of one of the prominent societies of the world but the tact day has not yet been fixed upon and while there are very few people who believe this prediction there are thousands of thatlIollelterlline to cure dyspepsia indigestion consti kidneytroublesvince you of its value Th Seat of War tlplaillialthuehint awfully too sometimes Why only think I had to ark him this morning what the seat of war was lort Yt patientThepee that it is for the itanding army to UM when It gels tiredlChicago Inter Ocean Wonderful Cares are effected by Palmers Lotion Thomas lashof PitUfield Ills wrote to Ui as fol lows Your Lotion has cured me of Ring worsa of four years itanding after having been treated in the M It LrysipelasBarberscutaneou disease Palmer Lotion Soap ponfMfi all the medicinal properties of lotion and should always be In connection with it in to keepItSt New York and receive free pamphlet nf testimonials and sample of Lotion or Soap Labor Surer lazyJiggse 11 Why he rented a parrot for heatforThe bleat Prescription for Clillla and fever Is n bottle of OHOVRS Tisrritss Cmu Toxic Ills slmplylronandnulnlneln tasteless form Noeurono pay Pricc A man smoking a cigarette boarded I Inion traction car and a woman handed him an anticigarette tract Thank you maim said he Ill take it home to my sonMuncie Star I am sure Pisoi Cure for Consumption saved life three years IsoIn Ibor- Robbins Maple Street Norwich N Y Feb 17 1000 arrothiththough to our mind this is muchr than the average locksmithDetroit Journal FADELESSDl alldrugsiltThe oldtf of a crowd nf girls though may bonl 18 in alnrtya made to feel atheI the ii a wrinkled ipiniter Atchiion halls Catarrh Core Ii taken Internally Price 75c Fortunate Is the liar who loses his repu tation Chicago Daily News Tii sweet to klao It Kiime Gum to chew The retired actor U naturally played out Chicago Daily N- ewsLydia E Plnkhams Vegetable Compound cures tho Ills peculiar to women It tones up their general health oases down overwrought nervesf cures those awful backaches andrag ulates menstruation It does this because It acts directly on the fe male organism andmakos It halthy relieving and wiring all Inflammation end displacements Nothing use Is Just as good andmany things that may me suggested are dangerous This great medicine has a constant record of cure Thou sands of women testify to Read theirletters con stantly appearing In this paper CHICAGO TO OMAHA DoubleDally lervlceI New line Tin nock ford Dubiique Vrterlon on Gan- dlnfutla Outlet IIbrlryloukD en sleeping CArt fret recnolnt eMIr rata to the unJerslcoed fora Ircr to of Ptoturav and Notes CnRaiit llnr lr wlndoeI1ckekLUM4 40 AUUiS30VQrXCWvif reputation0I0 preparation is meritorious If into ft store to buy an article that has achieved CandyCathartic judgmentofpersonal The retailer who wants to sell you youaskreason lies trying to sill something that 4imyIlecauseour of your credulity Dont you see willttyte toIItalpaltlforgo so far he will go farther If he cheat his customer in one way he will in another and it Is not safe to business with him lIubatlturlItcmemblr tiledCCCC The tnlimrilOf Expected candidatenotify him of his nomination heads jiiit like a girl who gets a poul which she has been stayingawake o nights looking for Do Your Feet Ache and Haraif Shake into your shoes Allens FootKan a powder for the feet It makes tight or New Shoes Keel Easy Cures Corns Itching anllIdrew Allen S Olnuted Le Hoy N y An Emergency Assistant The Irish stew has burned addAPuck To Carl aCald In One hilT Take Iixatlvo Hromo Quinine Tablets All druggists rotund moony i It falls to euro 25c have your summer vacation plane mn theyhadsummer notes that also maturedIndianapolis Journal When one woman out of hundred has nothing to say the other 09 are asking what Is the matter with her Chicago Daily News ABSOLUTE SECURITY Cenulne Carters Little Liver Pills Must Bear Signature ofI Set PacSlmlle Wrapper Dtlow I T ItoGtARTEIs ITTLE PYuS I t 01t I flits FOR HEADACHEI FOR DIZZINESS FOR IIUOUSNESS FOR TORN LIVER FOR CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SKIN rDll THE COMPLEXION rIPuvwyagrtabl CURE S KHE cHE1 WALTHAM WATCHES Before 1854 there were no Waltham Watches nor any American Watches Today the tradition that one must go abroad for a good watch has been exploded WatchiU The Perfected American Wdcn1n Uustnled took of interesting information about watches will be sent free upon request American Waltham Watch Company Walthamf Mass Billo I1 IMi IiThe man who smokes j 5OldVirginia Cheroots = has a satisfied glad I have got it = expression on his face from the time he lights one He knows he will = not be disappointed No matter where he oneMaine or Texas Florida or California he knows they I will be just the same as those he ets U at homecleanwellmadeburn = eventaste good satisfying I Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this = U year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 cents p UNCHESTER rWRiYSIip LederIIRetoilet upon having them take other and you will get the beat shells that aumijr CB boy ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM rii DR DOFFETTS AlliislrrltalloiAKsDlKistlN ulatu the Bowel EETHINStr taro the Child Teething Eaty nkwlLustsOrnaUiSctBtataCJMOrrFKTT M D ST LOUIS MO Two Dcllclon Dessert for price of one The Grocers of this city are giving a package of Hurnhams Cream Custard to each purchaser of a package of Hurnhama Hasty Jellycon Doth make delicious desserts without cooking or baking Dissolve the Cream Custard in hot milk in hot water Order todayI ROOFINGperRu4ulle nea Reel Rofe IIneiedabstitetMIA ft1wrCI 1AMIIGNJ A N KR 1824 wuErt WJnTINO TO ABYICaTlaICU- pic tale that yea saw lbe Anaeseat 1a lals pper SUNSTROKEThe summers awful heat will kill those not fit to resist itthose whose bodies are full of poison because they have neglected their bowelsThe victims of sunstroke or of any ofthe other terrible dangers of summer diarrhoea dysentery cholera morbusare always those who have been careless about keeping clean in side and as a result have their blood full of rotten filth breeding disease germs and their bodies ready with weakness to succumb to the hot spell Dizziness heat headaches sick stomachs stiky oozing illsmelling sweats restless nights terrible pains gripes and cramps in the bowels sudden death on the street all result from this neglect r Keep yourself clean and healthy In CASCARETSCANDY dthatf effectivelye tl t PRE ENTEDBY r CANDY CATHARTIC IALLCASCARETS are bobt11IJanr a veettabte compound ftoaereurial or other allllfllntollOa la U8CLUTS cAB lDtelltllel They sot daily tnre eoultlpatloa butatrxttaspsnderervfonneilneguldribNWotgwrirInrladlegdlan orsanddyseatry PteaantWtamable goad Kcnr sitkea wakes or gripe ute fat Malta and frtro sample Atl4ru STJlllJmG RBNSDT CO CHICAGO or HBFTTOt1E l 1I The Cost of Schooling at Bcrej It is important that everyone shout know nil about the cost of schooling at Beren As has been stated before Bert College is not a moneymaking institution Tho school was on purpose to help fathers had mothers educatotheir children But the Cole e can only IitlJit cannot ndopt children and do everything for thom like an Orphan asylum The offers its education that is its instructiontho care of its largo company of splendid teachers as a free gift No teacher receive any money that is paid by students t THE TUITION is FREE Tho people who maintain the school feel however that the students who receive fnis free tuition or their parents ought to pay eomethlng So the College charges an Incidental Fee to pay for tho sweeping and warming of tho schoolrooms the insurance and repairs on the buildings the Library the Scientific Apparatus and other largo expenses outside oC the tuition This fee is SJO for a term of 12 weeks which is about fie cents a day In the schools below the Normal and Academy this fee in elude free text books dud below the A Grammar grade it is only S3fr u termBesides this there is a little Hospital Fee of twentyfive cents n term This is a kind of insurance It insures you good novice ill any ill tress and care m the Hospital if you are really sick It makes our students safer than at homo theiuro This is you pay the Institution 5375 or li5 a term But now we must see about out living in Berea This will take some figuringTho a provides good board at just what it costs cnn live in the College buildings or board in a private family or board yourself just as Thoso who do not live in College buildings can ouh live in places approved by their atfI vising cer There is usually the best company and the most improve ment of manners at the Hull Whether you board with the Col loge or not the rule is to pay In ail ranee board by tho month other items by tho term In College buildings rooms are fur nished with closet bedstead straw mattrefes stove washstnud with bowl and pitcher pail mirror curtain and chairs Pillow1hlunlotselse he desires Au extra made for sumo of the best rooms or when one person has a room alone For the conning year the price ol tableboard at the Hall three good meals a day but without butter and- luxuriesis 125 H week Those who wish CUll pay a little extra and have them Girls can use the washroom und hot water and do thoir own laundry paying fifty cents a tern They pay extra for having their wood brought up stairs SD hero are the things you must pay for the filstrdar At llmvnnl Lull 3InCtdrntfl II so I Itoom Ker Drpprtt teat 109 Fad ondull 211- 0lauudrr Roots itatlontry 2 eo Month board b 1794 pining the term Ltumlrj bon I uneglmtbrr i w Kcjr dlfralt r brined Total lor term Sf At I iillro Ilnll Iiieldvital Fee n 1- 1IfospniFo s- l1 le t 1nlXn wt ll P11d 04011 and 1xttonery 900 O tuDbbooIrl j l 118 Dnrint the term Bcgluuinu necniil month word I W Fk 1unu llIrII1lIIh host tO K y fkjfllt relnnwd ToUl lib tH m I 30000 The WERNTZ FAM- ILY6HEATHERSQ You will notice that the expense for boys and girls are about alike al though the items are different Girl stake up for extra room and file charges by doing their own laundry Also notice that tho cost of board and rooms with fuel in college buildings amounts to less than seven dol mars a mouth And this means good and comfortable rooms far bettor than are most schools It amounts to this n student should bring about twenty dollars and have five dollars at tho beginning of tho second month and another five dollars at the beginning of the thiid month THIRTY DOLUAHS i TERJI WILL COVER ALL EXPENSES NICELY it VOC DO SOT OO IX FOR LUXURIES AXE aro somo variations from the estimates which are given above In the winter fuel costs fifty cents more and in tire spring fifty cents lessA student below tho Normal nUll Applied Science Courses has no expense for books saving perhaps two dollarsA below the A Grammar pays an incidental fee of only 350 Such n student therefore might get n term of school by paying only S1575 at the start and Xl0 later so that tho term would cost only S2575 It is evident that any ono who is determined to have an education for himself or for his child can get it at Berea Save this article Wo shall have something store to say next week G01C1CGSpOll e1811 CC Owsley County Hnoiievtllc We still have plenty of W Tnud Walker Can rainIjust returned from a trip river on timber Peter Palmer and wife of Clark county are visiting friends in Owsley ind Jackson counties A protracted meeting will bo held it the M E on Lower Buffa lo Creek beginning next week Mrs Putnam hopes to be in Booue ille at tho time of the County Institute to see some of her many friends there Prof Cornahau of the London ollege passed through hero on his way to Beattyville to hold n county institute which began lust Monday A free and easy expectoration is product by a few doses of Coussens honor of Tar in all cases of Hoarse Sore Throat or difficulty in iiiPrice 25 nud 50 cts breathI Madison CountyI Ianoln Rev Reynolds preached at Speed veil Sunday Mike Sowers of Million has visiting his sister Mrs John heenI this week We have been having peu rain here lately anti crops are looKing much better Miss Fannie Morse who has been risitiug relatives here returned to Berea Monday- M A Logsdeu who has been run ling his brothers store here is off for u few days rest Stephen Jones of Illinois and Miss of his place were married Thursday Dennis Crow died at his home nl 2 oclock Friday afternoon He is nonmed by a wife and two children ClorencH Johnstono has taken the Western Union omco here and Mr Wolf the former operator hints gone to Valley View Last Thursday night Turp Turner slid Leo Woolery wore fox hunting Iud had a Turner stabled Vooery it U believed fatally Ballards Suow Liniment gif s ill taut relief in cases of Bleftiiu Gurus Bruises Scalds Cuts etc Prick 25 and 50 cts S E Welch Jr r Theres no need f Youll find evcryv actoPA1tL5Big PoneS EXPO O Augusttotear ipoo13 14 15 1617 18== I90P ti lrURSEs 30000 Ue Stock Trotting Pacing Running Mule Races free ttraot1onsTHB HUNGARIAN BOYS MILITARY BAND 85 Fine Ltd direct from Hungary In Call Concerts 35 Aerialists Supreme Then celebrated fmlUea will live FUSES FBRTOHMANCE3 each day in front ot the grand stand TflB miWORTfl FAM- ILY811IEMBERS8 Unrivaled Acrobats The ARCA IAZT VIJtAI will Include the most gorgeous extensive and attractive array of amuse went featurcj the beat and highest priced artists and the grandest aggre gation of Oriental and modern noverty features ever congregated under management YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS IT E W SHANIOIN Secretary Lexington Ky r tI JTZxranlon rates on all railroads See posters and small hand bull 4 Clay County Ogle Crops aro looking fide hero M ii Frederick Inns purchased a camera Lewis Root is clerking in tho store for Bob Woods Alex Menus and Harry Delph have gone to Tennessee- Sherman Jackson has returned to his homo at Procter Gilbert Hoot attended tho Institute at London last week Sudio Smith attended church al SundayGilbert Henry Means visited Corbin a few days ago Tire child of Jabe Smith was choked to doath last Tuesday morning Ross J G and James Jones ol KUOX county held a protracted meet mug at Union Church last Sarah Davidson came near being drowned iu Otter Creek Wednesday She was thrown front n liaise in the creek Bright Shade Mrs Martha Greer is on the sick listThe people were all glad to see the rainPerry Broughton was here last weekWilliam Henson and wife were here last week Miss Helen Bailor is teaching at Mill Creek Born to tho wife of Thomas Smith a large boy- Robert Greer made n trip to Bar boursvillo last week W XI Broughton spent Friday and countyWwife are tho proud parents of a baby boy XL H Frederick visited relatives SundayI visited White mp friends on Otter Creek Saturday ant SundayIt hoped that President Frost or Professor Raymond will call at Burn ing Springs during the teachers institute On The Fly Tho Bible and School are the hope of tho mountains Theres a great day coming Let us hasten tho coming joyful day The majority of the mountain peo pIe condemn moonshine Fine corn was noticed in Clover Bottom as well as farther oast Chestnut and hickorynut must U light but corn will be fairly plentiful The generous rains have cheered tho farmer Corn is selling in some places at 75 cents a bushel At Xlorrell tho people art interest oonIuwork Increased interest in oducatkm and chil dronIthese mountains Glad to meet and entertain strangers You get the best they have and welcome The preacher is a welcome guest in the mountains Xo difficulty in se curing a good congregation They hunger for the Word Sorry to see so much good oak timber worse than wasted by being nude into staves to bo used in tho making of barrels to hold devils broth whiskey Met sixteen teams hauling stave two good mules sixteen mon possible Sons of Good sixteen good all engaged in furthering the spread of disease und death each team being loaded with staves for whiskey barrels ITINERANT A Cues vanI- ivEntYlitlnv THE FARM Pasture fur flogs Every swine grower knows thnt success in pork production is bust promoted by having nn abundnnc of good pasture Time hogs tinny best and uiiiko pork cheapest on grussI and clover for by nature the pig feeds on grass na well us grnins uotI withstanding time small size of its stomach Pigs like blue grass pas ture well and it comes early but brood sows that are nursing should be turned on it with caution am gradually accustomed to it otherwise it will affect tho milk and tho swim grower will bu wondering what it tho matter with the young pigs Bluegrass is also Flue for brood sows afto the clover has been nipped by the frostClover is a fine summer pasture hard to improve upon and corning in when blue grass has become a little dry and unpalatable and both tho sows and pigs can almost live upon it until fall We say almost advised ly for pigs food naturally oh grass as well as grain and not on grass ex elusively at any sensor Cloven should bo managed so that pigs will always here it young and tender Whop it becomes woody larger stock should eat it down or it should be mowed so as to let tho now growth come on Rope is also being moro largely grown for hog pasture and il makes a very good one especially in tho fall arid early fall sown rye serves an excellent purpose after il Inns made a good growth With reasonable forethought it is no very ilitlieult matter to provide good pas ture for tine hogs tho whole season through and they will bo all till better for it as well as moro cheaply grown No one should try to raise hogs without plenty of pasture throughout tho season but romeinbei that it takes grain to make a maikot able hog and to keep brood sows up to their work Western Swineherd Jackson County Orccu thrill MarumSamuel Peters sal wife are III smiles over the arrived of a big hey Miss Lucy Paters of Grey hawk le visiting friends and rHatires hero ibis weok Mr Luther Wilson was the guest oC Samuel Flauerj and his sister nightII and her sister visited their last Saturday ind Sunday Whore the digestion is good and the general powers or the system in n healthy state worms cnu find no hab tatatiou in the humnu body Whites Create Vermifuge not only destroys very worm but corrects all derange menus of the digestive organs Price 25 ets S E Welch Jr The Live Stock Department of the Lexington Horse Snow Fair and uruivnl is tho biggest tiring ever at empted in time South Augi t IMS heap excursion rates on all rail roods ITHE HOME I Il TSIM Tmwhtr nt llrrra College What to Do with nUN otUIeft Over Vegetables Every lOlu1wi fo has dozens of way of roeooking meats and potatoes but at too mummy tables tho lollover vegi tables appear as they loft tho dinner table il indeed they tau 1I0t thrown away as useless ninth yet inos vegetables admit of so nanny ways of rocooking that they might multi wolv thu vexed question Whnt shall wu have for support if ono would llet ones wits to work Of all tho canned vegetables corn and tomatoes allow of perhaps tin greatest variety in cooking and wean minIover Provided theru is enough until be recooked in almost air way given in tho cookbooks but wi mare to do with time small quantic that would runny tines bo thrown as to litHo to fuss with OIK cupful of stowed corn will make a dish of scalloped corn sulliciont for II small fnmily Butter n pudding dish put in alternate layers of bread crumbs nUll corn being careful to hnvt the top and bottom layers of crumbs Put n little butter and suit over end layer of corn Pour oven enough mill to cover and bake twenty minutes If you have hardly enough corn use thicker layers of crumbs mid add n beater egg to the milk used A cupful of stowed corn will mala sutlicient corn oysters for four people Drain well then n wolllHiitoi egJIIml n tablespoonful of ninth Stir iii lour to them to ofbnkingpowdersize of lingo oysters in mixed Lovers of this vegetable will Jim rorn mulliiiH delicious and trey an really better when cooked tow is used Heat together one cupful of chopped Lorn dntitied almost dry a quarter ol ii teaspoonful wilt u teuspoonfuloi inoltoii butter and the beaten yolks 3f two eggs Add one cupful of milk Hid then stir in one andunohalf cup fills of Jour in which a teas oonful ol baking powder has been sifted Heal vigorously for five minute then fold in carefully tho boaten whites of the ggs HuH till pouted mutlin irons tad bnko in n brisk oven half an hour ScALLorti TOMATOES are mado like tho sfulloiHtl corn but without milk TOMATO TOAST llent a cupful of ttowed tomatoes to tailing point add butler salt amt i oppor t1r in three or four bwten eggs utirring one way for two miiiutm Half cupful ol toiling ere nu may be added Serve on toastA quantity of tomatoes tnta Lie used in a tomato muco added tc dIp or strained end added to the of fried liver together with n spoonful of pever sauce COLD SrmiNo UCAN make au excel lit salad Add n teMskMHICul of- cbolped onion to a cupful of beano salt mil ppjHr to taste Cut a small IslIo of bacon into dice and fry anti half a cupful of vinegar pour over till limns while hot TRY STRING BEAN WITH CMMHB Holt n small piece of butter in a fry ngpnu add tho cooked Ixmns milk iccording to tho quantity of bonus salt to taste thou scatter in u thick aver of grated cheese and cook ten niuutea A GREEN PEA OMELDT is a most do eurIWhen your omolet is ready to dish inroad the irons over ono alf fold tho other over take up on a hot platter A few pens ninny bo added to cruuUl wince and served on tho plat tlr with lamb chops or ogg cutlets Tho Lexington horse Show Pair IIl1d Carnival at Lexington Aug IS xcurloll rites on rnilroadi ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN BEREA COLLEGE HAS 16 BUILDINQ8 EEREA OOLLEGEICtnUIII IOcr IiO teachers 700 students from UO states Host Library In Kentucky o Saloons DEPARTMENTS For those NOT suiHclently advanced to get a teachers certificate- I Trade Schools Carpentry Housework Printing two yens II Mode Schools preparing for Normal and tho advanced courses For those suiHciently advanced to get a teachers certificate III Forming and Agriculture gardening stockraising forestry etctwo years IV Domestic Science Sowing Cooking otctwo V Normal Course for teachers three years with practico teaching- VI Academy Course fouryears fitting for College for business and for life For those more advanced VII College Courses Classical Philosophical and Literary Adjunct Departments VIII Xlusic Reed Ow n Choral free Vocal Piano Theory IX Berea General HospitalTwo yefeVb Course in tho caro of tho sick tBerea places the host education in reach of all lUg uot a moneymaking institution Its instruction is a free gift It to those who valuo education at rl trill help themselves charges n small incidental too to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction Students must also pay for their board Exponsos for tenon 12 weeks may be brought within 2J about half of whkh vice he puid in advance The school is endorsed Baptists Congregationalists Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good peoplo of all denominations For information orremv advice addrent the VicePresident GEO T FAIKCIIILI LTj D Bcrca Madison Co Ky THE SCHOOL A Letter From Silo Dour CITIZEN John Harrison is a shunt ono Yes sir told yo lust week about Tour Hardy err how ho cheated for hit certificate an how ho bought iris wny into our nohool without knowiu u thing about chiutho way hit ought to bo taught Well sir John Harrison was mad and ho had a great old talk with Tour ouo day John ho told mo about it afterwards Ton Hardy says he yourn tenchin our school or n try in to teach it 1can see that plain enough But what I cant lice is when or whore you ever loartfcd how to teach Hdiool- Why John thntx no such a great trick says Tom I can rend nn write an can spell the old blue hack all cept tho lust part o hit au I can Jigger bettern most o the children unless its your oldest boy an gal Ant as for teachin them nit things hit sorter comes natural ton feller liko will kill you know Taint uo trick to teach An John ho talked with him quito a spell yet but ho couldnt get no satisfaction out o him DO ho quit him for that time an went home But two days offer when ho henna tell as how Tom had the toothache lollablo bud ho soot word to Tom not to have it pulled as he was aimln1 to do hut to contra to him an had fill it for him safe an sound belli says ho as Ive turned dentist air hung out my shingle An Tom was incredulotm an curl ours but ho como round an euro iniough thore was a plank fixed over the door au iminttd on it HJonv HARRIMIN DUNHUT Tmrni FILUUI ANn CTKUTII nr TUB LATUBT MCTIIOW John RuyN Tom whon ho wont in this U a now wcupattou o nuts When did you Mudy toolhmondin inywny Oh I haint never studied It nit ItIltPIfto u fuller Nvoiu as 1ui Imndy with tools ell always was hunt you cant pmotico Itrgelthetnt- yamvo got x license says TOIN- TluttH all right too says John An ho oUoaed Win a dontist lioensn what had olouged to his wiles uncle- An he hull Horalclttd tho name out sad written JOHN HIMMSON iufiUwdof it Of course wyH la tho license aint really mine cause I nwrer itiidiod au oarnmi it But it fiUittdn in my imino an itll answur me Lennt trays till I get found out Well then pays Tom lemmo tee per kit o duntlnt looln John showed him n chisel an hammer ThemH what yo cut the tooth sway with says he nn this gold dollars ivhat ye plug tho hole with on this 00 nailnut is just the thing for to nun it down Blamo per old trick o dentistry sups Tom for ho sea then John iVas makln fun o him Heap 0 time Ito wasted foolln with you when I might n been rldln down to old Dos WHUnnises l 11011 yank it Rut for raoM An ho started for to- go But John hold him No says he dont go Tom Lnyin nil joklu iridc Ieon pull your tooth for you m alive yo sis miles ride and an hour 0 toetltftolttt an A dollar for the looter besWett- An he Hhotved him a pair o car renter niii ers Tiki Vn in just rte thioK suyx be An will mule ieve it Tom cvar fool ruuagb to let kin try it Kor Inv didnt think il WHN latch of fl trick jut to pNi tooth So he OjMif l hw numb an John Deglon ttif IlOth An lti fot oqt too btGn ha let up lint my oeciraco bow he hurt him H Bulled him all ever the lour with that ir Until Well by an bywhen Tmn hu iquit iroMtin an oleedin an tuuin lobn says nya be What flu you hink now Torn Sue ye for daI IlgeHflp Tom No ya wont nftithor say John not without sue you for damage rot toaohln my children whon you lont know how You think its n nighty particular job flxiii a toothy Shan its out o whack Cause a 1 tooth is Honmtivo inside But IIJmenu soul is sensitivor than a toothsin a heap murder to patch an mend All its tIne particularest kind o job enchin a child an pluggin up the solos of ignoranco with the puro gold 0 truth on right livinI An1 follers Ice you aint got no right n monkey u1 with tho business An when John como an told me how ho done the job for Tom Hardy I fell to laughin and Im mighty nigh laugbiu yet Yours truthfully SILAS SHINGLES