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There is n chance for a number of young then mid young voinon to earn part of thoir expenses during tho Foil Turin Apply at ouco to Pros Frost Circulation 1000 An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 50 c a I 1OL II UEItEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 22 1900 NO THE CITIZEN- C RlXTOKl RAYMOND Editor fulrrnl allN JWojfey nl flrrrn Ay wnod ills maV mailer Knowlodgo is powjir Whore thorns u will theres n way Loro is tho fulfilling of tho Law Je un Chrlut It is no disgrace to ho poor hurt it is n disgrace to nay poor What To Talk About Trlkhmpptur The world U Mil MMHiili WlllHHil your wur So wlh U wholly rough Imak htr She jww that rrnuthudtear lid upwk nl the hi rrl the wtrtry mr Ol firth bwit liy one nmtlnumi linin- If human ill ces terdnd KMu t ln Talk kith ThewoeldliIttrtolrwithout- Your ipoktii tNommr or iwirWil dmibt If car bvv kills In Pod or nun or seat Pay If wH po ti lrk Ux n the IhellIOf illctte all your IkMHittiti till Ulth hall com No q9 will grieve hrenuie your lip arc dumb Talk health Th Irrary liererchanKltic tale Of murUl OMlaillc li worn mud dalr You ntnnot ohtrM or InlervH or please lly twrplBu on that tnlimr hot IMHMI Haf jrouare wrllalij UIU with you And liolihull hr jour words anti make them UUJ14 murirr WOtoi i HKirorp IIATJIOSD- Vt tnkit this opportunity vlu n Raymond is inrny viHitiug friiiulM in picturuHotutu nownow that he is innrriwl- Tliuro are ImmlmlH of yang pen frluudlylace Tim CrriXEN wills at many nt v honied this ucts k11e hOt will nil invite him to callngaim liy Bunding in your Hiilwcription It in only fifty cents yvnr hurls than out cunt t wttk 1 our neighbors are taking tho- Iptorlulil yon cannot Hifonl to IHI left Ixlilnd Send half n dollar jx stal under di ICyEvaryimiininin of n Ixwtitifnl olorwl picture or n Ixokof Moodys MTIIIQIIS Tliwto premiums will not Inst long Sond uow Tim thin to begin school Is at the ciponliifj of the Full Turin of Korea College Heiit 11- 1ltci Mil the Ciouliul Klectlon I uw and rebuke the men that made It FOREIGN AmcrUmn exhibition received 1931 iirvarils at thu Paris exposition England is urrmigiuto recall Lonl Koborts r in October announcing that the war is over AugustIof Saxony confiwtied that ho was ap pointed by lot to do the deed but his eounigti failedNATIONAL Sever drouth in IVIIIIMIH dtthtroys iilimmt allof the corn crop Census NhowH till population of tlroutttrNrnv York tohonrerJOOOCXX Fourteen immigrantH detniniK in Now York city under mispicioii of be lug auarohists mud in a conspiracy to kill Prwiiduiit MoKinloy- IfjbortH of Itiih till Mormon or Latter Day Saint1 who was oxolud proseeHlItl1Cor ing moro than ono wif- oKENTUCKY Natural gas found at Alt Sterling Brown democrats mot in Louisville supportforHon 111 C lUckham refuses to tako part in joint dobato with Mr VorkuH saying that the duties of his ollico Caleb Powers exHocrctary of State of Kentucky is found guilty of complicity in the murder of Go bol and ontenciHl to imprisonment for lifo Tho conviction is regarded as a perversion of justice THE CITIZEN YearI President Frost has made us understand the mountain people better All he has said has made us think more of them Berea College is helping our friends and fellowcountrymen in the moun tain region in the most practical way and I am glad to do my share to help it on rLiArcY av7I Locals and Personals W P lidd is ill Estill county Town board meeting Thursday Pike Ernest Hardin of Garrard is in town rev John G Pco left Monday for Camp Nelson Miss Nnnnio Bales of Christian county is nt A P Settles Mrs Lizziu Garret of Richmond is with tho funnily of S C Lewis Misses Ida Abill nUll Ella Cuss teen have ntnrnwl from Lexington Mrs ElbriJge Hanlin who has been ill for Homu time is improving rapidly T A Robinson returned from Cin cinnati Tuesday where ho has been buying goods A J Elder contemplates putting up a number of houses in the Elder additiou for rent Mr Wilgui and Miss Maud Rich ardson of Station Camp are with the Misses Richardson Henn Klimn has returned from Baltimore and is at tho head of tho Students otiico Job work in the punting Tho wheul club with Mr Loci wick as resident organized Monday night suit mado n run around tho little horn Dr nnd Mm Fairchild have re turned from Oberlin O Dr Fair child preached ut tho Union church Sunday morning Hov H J Derthick filled tho pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday evening Ho is now at Carlisle Ky attending the State board mooting J M Bongo JM IIl1rt1 1111- II line B II Gnblmrd A WHiltl Louis Titus were nt Kifhmond Mon till attending till Republican lon volition Huv Win Lodwick huts spoilt some time in profitable tlllllit nlllirot Wednesday II nlOel with his ChicagoIi Josiah Bnrdotto and S Lewis nro in Cincinnati superintending work on the planing mill engine which is being nlintliPros Frost will preach at Slide Lick noxt Sunday III 2211 and at Dis putnnta the first Sunday in Septem her at p nuIThe stock Friday and Saturday was very flue Wo wish this fair could be undo moro orderly and moro profitable to tho people An agricultural address would bo n good feature Bicknoll t Early are adding a notV addition to their store in which they will i loco brick and tiling They have also secured all tho available tiny in the country and began hilling yesterdayProf Mason who has been in Europo several mouths observing tho management of forests nnd farms re turned yesterday Such nn instruc tor will add to tho wealth of nil tho landowners of this region lADIFS HAM Berea College has 14 Buildings Madison County lion W B Smith will deliver nn address at Mennalui Saturday to the Glade Democratic Club The Republicans at Hichmond Monday nominated Dr John M Wil liam of Mt Vernon Ky for con gross The Madison county pension board line been reorganized with Dr Phil Hoberts president Dr J W Harris treas mud Dr J A Gxyuu Hwretnry Alliance Neb Aug ItSpecinl to CLB HichanUon wills fatal ly wounded by n man namod Clint this morning Clinu a strolling musician nnd had boon playing in oompany with n woman in Richard sons saloon There wore only four applicants for toutlion certiflcatwi lust Friday and Saturday as follow Miss Stella Tram pleniHiiJ It Million Hclmion MiH Sallie Christian 1unolii Miss Ocy H lalisoq Mete Why You Should Attend Berca College This Fall The first reason is that you want to see a little of what going on outside your own county No doubt your county is a ROOtS one and you have tho right to love it But God never put all the good things into one place At Berea with its great library its expensive scientific apparatus and its thirty or more teachers front the best schools of the East anti West as well as its throngs of students from many different counties and different state- llIlit Berea you will see nud learn many of the best things gathered from the whole world TIll next rejison that every teach or Berea x1 your true friend They will IItnat you like a stranger Look If e friendly faces that appear in this paper Do you not want to havo wise kind friends like these The third reason is that you need i more education in order to succeed Rot r OF JHH XTAIX 01RLS AT ItEREA C C C is is is lit WZZ zI OZzIzOZZ z7 ZiP0ZZ 0Z 11 A PROCLAMATION OF ISeasonStylish Madc CT QIhIIN 3 I rlolh you with tin1 Ii virt riifl rltilriy mink absolutely I WanOO11lothetg In Annrun ghily made nl It U of famous Vitals llraml W- Ilh only nailytowirtrrlotliiiiKTnllonil on a lllrlh HIentlflc hI in rlvau well work IVrfctt tlttiiiRiiiuI wpurnfktlnK Krnuvc the Inside the ltal UK very life of the imnmnt S nircfulncMi lu making nIItMlIh the cx Q rxdilure of time mud thought niul n iltrliUil untrast to tho tailoring wen tu nailytowiar Clolhlni The Fabrlrs that we show are the very ncwent 4 ilvulKiii that will Iw coon thlH OBWIII Many i otiflmM vxrluMuly 1011111 the fare of Q Q 0 Ornu0o 4 LESS MONEY 4t 4 D DluauQ 0dcpeuduhgour purchasing 111Ier the lower our price thati the story lu a nutshell I oohoAp ai w O oos A CHANCE AND AND A WELCOME FOR ALLFALL TERM SEPT 12 Move to Borea and make a home Good lots for sale cheap in lifo and you can get it best and quickest at Burma You ought make a plan at once to make n toI miceess of your life It is very efts as President Frost says to aim at nothing and hit it But you want to alma at something and at something good and satisfying Do you want to be a teacher It is moro difficult every year to get a good Ischool but tho Berea students in all the couuties have the best certificates and have the best schools Take the Normal Course Do you want to be a Carpenter or a Printer These trades are taught at Berea and the boys who have had oven a little training in the use of tools have all the work they want while others are idle Are you a young lady who wishes to earn a little money t If you do not want to teachand a teacher has work only part of the yearwhy not take the training in the Care of the Sick in the Berea Hospital A girl who has this training can be sure of earning several dollars a week the year around and have the satisfaction of doing a great deal of good Another way for girls to earn money is by teaching music A few terms at Berea if you have a taste for music willenable you to give lessons to the neighbor girls at home And everyone wishes to have the best kind of a home The instruction at Bcrea in sewing dressmaking cooking gardening care of stock care of woodland and all such things will help you right along toward having a better home You think you know enough about some of these things but there is a great deal still to be learned Is thoro any danger that you will know too muchabout these things And n little education opens tho door for many higher pleasures which you can never have without tho education Do you not desire to know about tho lives of great teen tho his tory of our country the discoveries of Science and tho meaning of the Sa cred Scriptures When one has studied these things with good teach ers ho has better things to think about all his life And the fall is the time to begin Many young people have long ago learned all they can learn in the free school and nro just wasting their time there Others for various reasons are not attending time public school And in any case one can progress much faster in Borea Why should you let the fall pass without improvement areIshould you not make tho most of yourself This fall term if you come promptly and study faithfully will change your wholo lifo for tho better Ballards Snow Linnineut gives in BleedingBurns Price 25 and 50 cts S E Welch Jr f WORMSJi C Fr HANSONSLIVERY 62Am- CENTER STREET ART GALLERY C OQQ Proprietor Uptodate Photos Nothing limit the bust llnish at the low est price LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Office in Hanson Bid 9JW E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky 62500 J C MORGAN- D sntal Surgery Office Hour S to 12 1111 7 toT P BuildingRichmond GMOO DENTAL SURGERY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Jittildiny Main Street Ilichmond Ky Telephone Ilmlilrnrr Nn 03 OMre No 60- asset REPAIR THAT L OOM atIarticles of homo manufacture Bring them to the Lady Principal r Yutn Good Homespun Linen 40c Llnesey 50c Patent die tint rtrrlrul- UM nshloned Indigo blue pretend Good Homespun Jeans 50c Dress Flannel 6Oc Good Coverlids well woven and matched from four to six dollars- It is n great thing that Berea Col legs is finding n chance for the moun I tain women to got good money for their homespun Ladies who visit Birea from Louis ville and Chicago and othercities like to get things liko those their grand mothers used to make And they think the homespun more beautiful as well as more durable than factorymade We wish the name of every lady who can spin weave or dye Address Miss Josephine A Robinson Berea Ky WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUCE IJl tlnQa nUtr i Ii Qnalltr J For 20 Years Has Led aU Worm v RemediesAW slrtolSt Louis Sold by S 12 VliJLOII Jr 11701 I FOR CASH priceshdCASH trade You can buy more goods for CASH than on credit Call and examine our large stock of Women and Mens fine Footwear and Gents Furnish ings at prices much lower than ever before Call and be ConvincedDOUGLAS BRIGHT CO 207 West Main Street RICHMOND KY II MAY I BE THERE TO SEE Thoro is n clunk for n young mini and young tone u dart of their oxpousos during erul Apply at once to Pros Clrcnlatlon 1000 AD Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of the Nome School and Farm 50 c a Y I VOL MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKV WEDNESDAY AUGUST 22 1900 NO 10 THE CITIZEN- C KHXFORI RAYMOND Editor ynlrrnl at Uu lmlajflrt nl Dan Ay IN rend aka mnll inaltrr Knowledge is power Whuro tlmritH a will theres way IAIVO is t hll fulfilling of tho Law Jesus t11r1i1IIIt is no n diogmoo to tiny poor What To Talk About Talk htliMM Trw world li mil Miough Without your HIM No Ib k holly niuih lxok fur the ilnn IbM art mmmlh and dur- Ad ipMk of the to ml tbv weary mr of path co iwnt hf oae ooiiilmimu itralti of hu Mit illtMHiteot and irrlrf and tln Talk fang Ttir world II twttrr nlf without Your pnliMi Ignof r or motMl iloiiM- If 811 ht Mlk a oilh IK tMn nrdi xr If not uh back Uon thehlt- of tlWttr nil rout lbou bu UU faith thai will erkvt hKianv your llpi are ilumli Talk bwtllli Thr lrrary urr 4hanitlng tali raMtal nutlMllr h wan ami Ulr Vow cannot ebarra or l lml or plmw llf wrplmi on Uial minor chnnl IM Par jmu arc weltand all well with you And k itmll har jrnur MunUaml make them IuI i UkHtrr WOeoi HCirnRII llAVMoSI- Vo tnko this opportunity thin ayiiKMHl is uwny visiting frioixls in loinonnlains to pietnro- Ho looks a hit older thou this pic tare now now tliat he in tnarriiil There urn liuiidrrxiH of young JKHJ lIt who wro glut to pre that frMndlj fu Thu CITUICN eellit meaty now liorm this wukt hope otI will Nil invite him to rail ajraiii l y Elllllhu g in your miltocription It in only fifty cowl a ycftr ks than ono out a uook our noiKlilxirs ere taking tho plHr1I1I11 you cannot alfonl to Ixt loft Iwhind Sud half a dollar pItAIolur di ns KyEvury a liroiniuni of a bountiful colored pic tnro or a hookof Moodys sonnons Tlioso proniinins will nut last long Sond now Tint I lino to begin school ls at till opening or tIto Full Turin id Iturim College Sept Iii ICuprnl the looliul Election Lust itnil rulitiku till inun Luau t inado It FOREIGN Aniuriianoxliibitioim rocoivo l HIS invarilH at tilt Paris exposition Englantl is lrrtlllginito rival Lord Uoll rtN October announcing that taw war i over 1IJrIlitIiof Saxony confessed that ho was ap pointed by lot to do the deed but his courage failed NATIONAL Sovero drouth in KansaN dowtroy iilmoMt all of tho forn crop mutt shays the population o G rtIIIIr New York to bo over Konrteen imniignintH Icliiinid in Now York oily under suspicion of bo jug nnarchistMiuld in a conspiracy to kill IWdent MeKinloy- IlibortN of ttah the Mormon or Latter Day Saint who was oxclud od from congress is being prosecutcil for following his falso religion in hav jug morn than ono 1ifo- KENTUCKY Natural gas found at Mt Sterling for governor Iron J W C Ueekhain refuses to tako part in joint dobato with Mr YorkoH saying that tho unties of his ollico forbid Caleb Powers ox secretary of State of Kentucky is found guilty of complicity in tilt nuirder of Giwbol and ontencwl to iniprisonmont for mil Tho conviction is regarded as a perversion of justiuI FrostTHE CITIZEN IIBEBEA 6JI nilhf The colored people must pay more attention to the evils which exist among them which they can themselves cure They can diminish their poverty They can diminish their ignorance No matter how mean a white man may be to me he shall not make me feel mean or act mean to ward him BOOKER T WASHINGTON Locals and PersonulsIW F Kiilil is in Town board mooting Thursday 1iko Ernest Hanlin of Garriird is in town Hov John G Foo left Monday for Camp Nelson Miss Xannio Balos of Christian county is lit AP Settles Mrs Lizzie Garret of Richmond is with till family of S C Lewis hisses Ida Azhill and Ella Chits toon havo returned from Lexington Mrs Elhrilgo Hanlin Ixtii ill for some into is iutrovingl rapidly T A Robinson rotnrnod from Cincinnati Tnosday where ho has boon buying goods A J Elder contemplates putting up a niinilhr of houses in that Elder addition for rout Mr Wilgns and Miss Maud Rich ardson of Station Camp are with the Missos Richardson Hortn Kliina hints returned from Bnltimoro and is at the head of tho Students Joh work ill tilt Printingt ollico Till whttlclub with Mr Lod wick as Proxidont organized Monday night and made n run around tho little Dr hornIturned from Ohorlin O Dr Fair fhild prtsicliiHl at tho Union church Sunday morning puljIJI V Hnet IS 11 CtMblmnl A W and IaisIiliis were nt Richmond Mon tiny itttpuding till Republican won vontiou I5ev Win Ixiwick has Hpent MIIIO limo in profititblo study at Chicago Innd rrtiirnwl with his family last 11tlnemleyI mid S C Lewis aro in Cinuinnnti suporiiitoiuling eligiueIwhirh is boing ropairod Pros Irost will preach at Santo Lick next Sunday at JjJK and at Dis pntanta the first Sunday in Soptom Imp at p in TIll stock exhibit at tho Boroa hair Friday and Saturday was very line Wo wish this fair could bo mado moro ordorly and moro profitable to tho people An agricultural address would bo a good feature Bicknoll A Karly are adding a nov atldition to their store in which they will place brick and tiling They hero aNo secured all till available hey in the country tall begun baling yesterdays Prof S C Mason who has boon in Europe several months observing tho ruIfunnedtor will mid to tIwllth of all till lam owners of this region Madison County anftho Undo Democratic Club The Republicans at Hichinond Monday nominated Dr John M Wil liams of tirnou Ivy for con grossTlio Madison eoimty pension board lots been reorganized ilh Dr Phil Ifoberts president Dr J W Harris troas mud Dr J A Gwynn secretary Alliance Xeb Aug 1IIlSJIcil1 to CJ IiI C Hielwrdson was fatal ly wounded by a man named Clino this morning Cline is a strolling musician and had boon playing illI company with a woman in HichllnlI sons saloon There were only four applicants for teachers certificates last Friday timid Saturday as follow Miss Stella Tom pieman J B Million Richmond Miss BI r AWFS HAM Berea College has 14 Buildings Why You Should Attend Berea College This rail The first reason is that you want to see a lillloC what is going on outside J iollrOllllthe right to love it But God uncap put all the good things into one place At Boron with its great library its expensive scientific apparatus and its thirty or inure teachers from the best aelPCIIxl5as its throngs of students from many different counties and different states at Boroa you will Pao and learn gatlumCrom I TIll next reason is that every teach er lit Boroa will Iw your true friend They will not treat you like n stranger Look at tilt friendly faces that appear in this paper Do you not want to have wise kind friends like those f ITIll third reason is unit you neod mow education in order to succeed SI twF ROBS AND FREBORN wz z7 zZ7z z ZzZz7z73 I A PROCLAMATION OF ECONOMY for the Spring and Summer W Season in Mens and Boys Fine 1 Stylish Made CT oSIIINC I W Q VY7K Mriirepaiiil to ilolli you with tin InnrlI prlivil rlidrly tniuli aliNilulrly K nil wool riollilnir In AmiTlrn Illicitly mmle It U o fatuous VllaN llranil hit only reailytihwear nothing TnhIUnrlmin Mrlctly Mlvntlflr IIR In fleim well KM- vrnlllateil workHNiin Iorfwt lilting niul InrIUIII tlio Intlilo the VltaN tlio very life of tin Knrmont isrefululW III making tipnwiitii tlic ex M tlmv Mud tlmuclit situ clirliUil nwtmit to the tiillorliiK In KW DOurdlnnryrend 11111111 ClothliiK The Kiidrlm that we hex nrc the very nvwcut lUlKHK lint nvtllleMvIIt111Reatal Many tiuilliiiil fxchislvily to il In tlio acr n the nlxive inch The mul extrii mllimry feature coiuMniiiK our gnat utter If that IIran niiil tin pill our InthliiK nt 4 LESS MONEY 4Tlinn elsewliiri How ran we nilonl to sell mch hlKhRnulu CInthliiK lor lis money tlutiteituhcrc Our nn ver Is pure anil simple Ono l iiioiUrn lore con tTiite l Klrletlydii proKresMve plum unr ClothliiK ddR on the ronlle t marKln of profit ileiKiiilltiK on n lurce volume or huiIIt The mor Plotting wt Kll the greaterO our pun hantg jHiwer the lower our prkv thati the Vtory In a nnMiell iI00o COVINGTON MITCHELL add RICHMOND KENTUCKY fKm S f60 A CHANCE AND A WELCOME TERMFOR ALLFALL OPENS SEPT 12 More to Brea and make a home Good lots for salo cheap in lifo and you can gut it best and quickest at Huron You ought to make n plan at once to make a true success of your life It is very easy as President Frost says to aim liti nothing Mid hit it But you want to aim at something and at something good timid satisfying isBmoroschool but the Berea students in all the counties have the best certificates Mid have the best schools Tako the Normal Course Do you want to be a Carpenter or a Printer These trades are taught at Berea and the boys who have had oven a littlo training in the use of tools have all the work they want while others are idle Are you a young lady who wishes to earn a little money t If you do not want to tellchlIndII teacher has work only part of the year why not thoIHospital t A girl who has this training can ho sure of earning several dollars a week the year around and have the satisfaction of doing a great deal of good Another way for girls to earn money is by teaching music A few terms at Berea if you taro a taste for musIC will enable you to give lessons to the neighbor girls at home And everyone wishes to have the bust kind of a homo The instruction at Berea in sowing dressmaking cooking gardening care ofstock care of woodlaud and all such things will help you right along toward hat raga better home You think you know enough about some of these things but there is a great deal still to be learned Is there any danger that you will know too much about these things t And a little education opens this door for many higher pleasures which you can newer have without the edu cation Do you not desiro to know about the lives of great nten tho his tory of our country tho discoveries of Science arid the moaning of the Sa cred Scriptures When one has studied these things with good teach ers he huts better things to think about all his life And tho fall is the time to begin Many young people have long ago learned aH they can learn in tho free schoollldnro just wasting their time there Others for various reasons are not attending tho public school And ill any case one can progress much faster in Berea Why should you let the fall pass without improvement More and more young people are coming to Berea in tho fall Why should you not make the most of yourself This fall term if you come promptly and study faithfully will change your whole lifo for tho bettorI Dullards Snow Linament BleldingiPrice IT and f0 cts S E Welch Jr VORMS ICF HANSONS LIVERY6 50e CENTER STREET ART GALLERY C I OGG Proprietor othlllghutest price LEWIS A DAVIS SurgeryBerea Oilice in Manson Bid 9 E B McCOY Dentist KentuckyMMw J C MORGAN Danta Surgery Office Honrt f to 13 A M ItoS P BuildingUichmoHd DENTAl SURGERY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Jliiildiny Main Street Iticlnnoitd Ky- TelfIlIop ilrldeneeo0OIacrNo00 r2oo REPAIR THAT 1CCM r atjarticles of home manufHcliire Bring them to the Lady Piiucipal YAKI Good Homespun Linen 40c Llnesey 50c Patent die not rtTolvul- OKI fahfoneil indigo blue jircfirrc- JGood Homespun Jeans 50c IIDress Flannel 60c Good Coverlids well woven and matched from four to six dollars- It is n great thing that Beren Col logo is finding a chance for the moun tain woolen to got good money for thoir homespun Ladios who visit Berea front Louis villa and Chicago and othercities like to get things like those their grand mothers used to make And they think the homespun more beautiful as well as moro tumble than factorymade Wo wish tho name of every lady who can spin weave or dyer Address Miss Josephine A Hobinson Berea Ky JVERMIFUGE IJIoitlnQu atltr CnItr For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies f J IISOLD Dr ALX 9IiVGGIf32 8 LouIsIFOR CASH E aving adopted The CASH System our prices theIIth lrard amine our large stock of Women and Mens fine Footwear and Gents Furnish ings at prices much lower than ever before Call and be ConvincedDOUGLAS BRIGHT CO 207 West Main Street RICHMOND KY H MAY I BE THERE TO SEE i THE CITIZEN A WKBKLY NtWtIAlrn ItEREA KENTUCKY Ilmin workers uccoriliujr to sta llUin which have beta published re ccutly are long lived Five hundred ntiil thirty eminent turn and women of the present century jvere taken nod their duration of lift gives nil avcrnpo of about sixtyeight yean mid eight months A beggars league In St Ictembur mutilates children and cripples them to arouse sympathy from the bcncvo lent when they arc sent to beg In public places The chief of this gang wlio is a wealthy man and has posed as n philanthropist receives 75 per cent of the money begged by the uii tort u nates otIBachof the eighteen provinces the Celestial Kmpiro Is ruled by n governor or governor general who In responsible to the emperor for the entire administration political ju dicial military and fiscal Knch province Is subdivided Into depart ments ruled by prefects and eah department into districts each witb a distinct ruler Gen Colllnson has calculated that on 50000 tons of shipping 30000 men 5000 horse and 700 wagons tin he transported while Lord VolseJ 5v reckons on 150000 tons be ing jifeessary for the transport of 100000 men Admiral Morin however estimates that 40000 tons of shipping will be needed for a division of 0000 men 800 horses and JSO wagonsThe ou pope does his private writing with n gold pen but his pontificlal sig nature Is always given with n white feathered quail which is believed to come from thQ wing ofn dove al though jtersons who have seen It say it must have come from a larger bird The same quill has been In use mor than 40 years It only serves for im portant signatures and is kept in au ivory case- Ltgltning on the Fourth of July destroyed n barn In Frederick Town ship near 1ottsvllle 1a that wit built in 1740 and has Leon famous n local history since the Revolution The farm on which it was then locate was owned by Col Frederick Antes and Gen Washington with his bodyguard had his headquarters there during the encampment at luttll rOe Some curious facts concerning trees have been discovered A single oak of good size is said to lift 133 tons cf water during the months it is in leaf Tills moisture is evaporated and rises to form rain clouds From this esti mate of the labor of n single oak we can gain some idea of the immense force which the forests exert In erjinl Ilnjr the evaporation and precipita tion and preventing periods of iniin Dilation and drought According to the latest studies of ii Prof Dc Sands of Turin children begin to dream before their fourth year Jut are unable to recall dream before the age of 5 This age he concludes is that at which a child first becomes Instinctively conseioiM of self Aged people dream less fre quently and less vividly than th- young Womens dreams are more frequent more vivid and better remembered than those of men livery horse In the English army is numbered and has a little history kept for it nil to Itself The number is branded upon the nnlmalfl hind feet the thousands on the near hind foot and the units tens and hundreds on the off hind foot Thus the horse whose number Is say 8354 will have nn 8 on his left hind foot and 351 on the other one On what U culled a Veterinary History Sheet everything about the horse will from time to time be written A Herman scientist with nil Muds of knobs on his head has discovered that yawning Is a healthy pastime It in wholesome like oatmeal nnl brown bread Yawning It Is said stretches the muscles of the brain maybe or the tendons of the head Sends the blood to the jaws anti sharp ens the appetite and Intellect It Is cheap remedy accessible to young jnd old rich and poor and 15 it Is as tllcnelniiR as our Teuton says lalth is surely within the reach of everyone in this country rkofihrThe medical missions has been n great and admitted boon to the Chinese who have accepted It gratefully In 1890 there were no fewer than 105 hospitals largely Btaffeil by medical women and they attended in that year actually 34V 43J Chinese patients both gUliig medical treatment and performing the operations that restore ease to the tortured give sight to the blind and open new life to the dying S1 highly was this secular work appre ciated that many wealthy Chinese tad made large donations The most lonely highlands of our National territory are the sparsely wooded Sierras of Western New Mex ico The clank of the wood cutters ax echoes through the steepest glens of the European Alps and Southern Aileghanies hot in the Sierra Mesilla west of Kl Paso there are valley where the moan of the wind In th rauchcs of the rock pines is the only sound heard for slays together A kind of marmot Is the only habitant of these solitudes and rarely leaves ills burrows before noon Birds are extremely rare WE TWO We two make home of any puce ws oWe two llnd joy In any kind dt wcathrr Or If the earth Is clnthul In bloom or snow summer days Invite or bleak winch MW What matters It If we two nro together W e two we two wo mike our world our weuthsr We two make bamjneta of the plalnoa fare la every cup we tint the thrill of pleasure We hide with wreaths the furrowed brow of rare And win to finite the set lips of despair Kor us life always moves with lilting measure We two wo two wo make our joy our pleasure We two find youth renewed with every dawn Each Jay holds olllcthlll of an unknown glory We waste no thought on grief or pleasure gone- Trlcketl out like hope time loads us on and on And thrums upon ids harp new tons or story We two we two we find the paths or glory littleWe two mnkc Heaven here on this earth We do not need to wait for realms eter nal We know the use of tears know sorrow s worth And pale for us Is always loves rebirth Our paths lead closely by the paths su pernal We two we twowe llvoln love eternal tUlla Wheeler Wllcox Id Century ie YlI1 Wrl4rx i W 51 AIF71Wr ti TOE STURGIS WAGER i A DElEfilVE STORY ny ErJAR MORETTE i5 J CoprrihtaerbyFredrlrkAetorCoCILIPTER TilE RNICKERBOCKEIt BANK Richard unlnpwns a man who had aria missed a train nor been late in keeping an appointment the the morning following Spragues dinner party he walked briskly down Hroail way front City Hall It was New Years day the great thoroughfare was deserted 1s hu turned Into Wall street this hands of the clock In Trinity steeple pointed to three minutes of nine The financier pulled out his chronometer found thnt the clock in the old belfry was right and quickened his pace Wall street slumbered peacefully ntul silently like u battlefield titter the roar of the cannon has been hushed titter the victors and the vanquished have disappeared leaving be hind them only the ghosts of the slain The deathlike stillness was op ptoFsive it lust ns Dunlap reached the Knickerbocker bank the flock in the belfry struck the hour The reporter was not there The hanker uttered an ejaculation of annoyance He looked up and down the street There was no one a sight He resolved to give Sturgis live minutes grace anil began to pace back and forth liofon the entrance to the batik Then n thought struck him There wnc an other entrance on Exchange laP that generally used by the eniployesl- and ollicers Perhaps the reporter was waiting there Dunlap walked around to Kxchangc platc and glanced up the street He stir a man small bug in the gutter nnd betiding low over the curb Dunlap advanced to obtain a front view of hIm and rec ognized Sturgis The reporter had not noticed hit approach he held a magnifying glass in his hand and seemed deeply Interested in It minute examination of the smoothworn curb Good morning Mr Sturgis said the hanker have you lost some thingThe reporter looked up quietly Xo Mr Dimlnp huvufomul some thing something which nutty possibly prove to be u hyphen- A whnt f asked the hunker per plexed A hyphen connecting two parts of a very pretty puzzle Dunlap stared curiously at the curb can sec nothing there said he Sturgis handed him the magnifying gloss Sow look again lie pointed out n particular portion of the curb Dunlap looked in the di red Inn indicated I see what looks like dried null lust particles and a little dark spot or stain Yen said Sturgis that dark spot Is the hyphen There were probably others like it on the nldewalk yesterday afternoon but they have been ob literated by the pedestrians Here however are sonic that have remained As he spoke he led Dunlap to the Kxclinngc place entrance of the bank und pointed out n number of similar spots on thestonestrpS- Fortunulely he said ns If Kpenk Ing to himself fortunately till de teethes entered through the front door last night thut they did not Interfere with this portion of the trail Hut what lire these spots asked thebankerThey bloodstains replied the reporter I have every reason to be lieve them to be human blood lint thnt question can settle positively an soon as we nre In the bank for I hun rqiight n powerful microscope Iet us enter now If you like f have seen all there Is to be seen outside Hy the way do you know this key He held tip a large steel Key of cons plicated structure Whvx exclaimed Dunlap surprised that looks like the key to the Exchange place door Where did you find If1 In the gutter near the sewer opening at the corner Hut how tfldit get there asked Dnnlnp anxiously Ierhnps I shall be able to answer thnt question presently said Sturgis Shall we go in sox Xo not that way Let us enter by till Wall street side If you please A couple of minutes later the outer door of the Knickerbocker bank wa unlocked Excuse me If I puss In first said Sturgis entering I with to see something here He bent low over the tiled entrant with the magnifying glass In his and It Is too bad he muttered to him self presently They have trodden nil over the trail here Ahl what is thisWhat Inquired Dunlap The reporter vouchsafed no reply to this question hut asked another- Is Thursday n general leaning day at the bank Yes answered the hanker livery evening after the closing hour the floors are swept ef course amt the desks are dusted out slow days raid Thursdays ore reserved for washing the windows bcrunhlng the lloors and so forth Then It is lucky that yesterday was Thursday observed Sturgis Will you please hand me the key to this gate nnd that to the inner door Upon entering the bank Sturgis re quested his companion to sent him self on r particular chair which he designated lie then began a critical examination of the premises Inch by inch he tcrtitlnled the walls the floor anti even the ceiling sometimes with the naked eye Eomctlmea through the magnifying glass He also constantly brought into play a tape measure and several times he called upon Dunlnp for assistance when the dlntnncc to be incaiiired were longer than ills reachtThe Wall street entrance of the Knickerbocker bank led directly into the space to which the public vrnsiid milted This space wns partitioned oil as usual from the bookkeepers And cashiers deprntments At the farther end n door led to n reception room Con municating with the presidents ofllcc This plllce Itsilf opened into the cash iers department on one side nnd on the other into a small room occupied by the presidents secretary and type writer anti iiito the vestibule of the Exchange place entrance to the bank On the right 01 the vestibule was a large room in which the bank employes kept ther sheet clothing And to which they could let Ire when they were oil duty A door from the clerks room led Into the cash iers department while anoth er one opened into the private secre tarys room After he Lath finished his inspection of the space IJIPII to the pubic Stur- gis followed by Dunlnp passed Into the presidents reception room nnd thence In turn into the other rooms and finally int the cashiers and bookkeepers department Several times he stopped retraced his footsteps to sonic particular point and then began Ids tcnrch anew At times he eruulrd about on hula hands and knees ut uthcm he climbed upon the furniture the better to cxnmiiu Mottle spot upon the wall In the prrs dents oiKee he stojij ed to pick ui n great number of tiny scraps of PIHT which lay in and around the waste basket These he carefully placet in an envelope which hf laid upon the presidents table On one side of the room therestond- a inagniflcen oMfnshlaned carved mantelpiece The artistic loamy of the structure did not seem to strike Sturgis but he appeared to derive a great deal satisfaction from nn in spection of t lie large tiled hearth Ires ntly removing his Croat and luau cuir he plunged ids hand Into the grimy chimney tutu removed a Ijandfiii of soot which he examined carefully and then threw away He repeated the op oration again am again until at last with evident satisfaction picked out n small object which he deposited in an envelope Then after washing his hands In the clerks roost he passed in to the cashiers department In a cor ner stood the telephone closet the dcior of which was oprn The receiver of the Instrument was down The reporter took It up anti gazed at it long and ear nestly Sturgis examination of the batik must have lusted user two hours At first Klchnnl Dunlap pooped on with a mild curiosity In which struggled with goodnatured 2lm Dot ns time wore on the banker begun to show signs of impatience null when nt last Sturgis returned to the private olice nnd carefully depos ited upon a sheet of white paper a mis cellaneous assortment of tiny scraps und shreds the banker could scarcely conceal his dssntlsfiiction Well Mr Sturgis he sithl1 hope you have nearly cUlllplclcl1elllr Inves tigation for my leisure U not so abun dent that can alTord to waste it like thisI noel one more witness at least replied the reporter and am afraid I shall have to ask you to help me oh tain liut he quickly added as he noted Dunlnps inpatient gesture I think I can promise you that tile time you ore regretting IIIM not been wasted Tin finnncier did not seem convirced by this insertion but he nevertheless consented with nn unwilling grace to assist the reporter to the best of Ids ability Well thelllIlIld Sturgis tell me first of till whether 011 firearms In the ieutiltYes replied Dunlop the cashier has a Miiiill revolver which he keeps iti Ida desknil n menus of defense in case of sudden attack by n bank thief llnvc you the key to thedcskV IYes replied the banker Will you kindly see If the revolver you mention is in Its place It ought to be build Dunlap pick lug pot the keyon a bunch which liu took from his pocket aim walking to wards the cashiers department with Sturgis at his heels Yes here It Is In its accustomed pluce1 He handed It to the reporter who ex amiiied it attentively Exactly said Sturgis with Fall faction tills is what I wus lookin for What ilo you menu l asked Dunlnp mean that this is the rcudvei which sots fired twice list night In tin Knickerbocker bank See for yourself two of 1ie cartridges are empty nod the weapon has not bern cleaned since these shuts were fired Hut who ecru have tired the pistol anti at whom was It fired and why Hold on hold on exclaimed Stur- gis smiling one thing at n time We shall perhaps come to thnt soon For the present if you will come hack to your private olllee llinll endeavor to piece together the scraps of evidence which have heat able to collect There sit down in your uteri nrmehlnr if you will while I fit these lIlts of tinier together and in less than ten minutes I shall probably be ready to proceed with my Mory- Dunlnp was still nervous anti Impa lent but nil trace of amusement and skepticism had vanished from his face as lie took the proffered armchair anti watched Sturgis patienly piece together the tiny fragments of paper he hail so carcfudy gathered When tide work was nccnmpllthcd the reporter went to the typewriter nnd wrote n few Boos on a sheet of paper He next pro ceeded to examine under the microscope the minute fragments and parti ellS which he hind collected in his search When he had finished this operation he leaned back In huts chair anti looked up Into space for what seemed to Ian lisp nn interminable length of time Then at last he glanced at the banker who could hardly contain his growing Impatience I nm rends to go on now said Sturgis reaching for a sheet of pnpe upon which he began to draw with ruler and pencil At lust sighed the hanker Yes but my first ns the charades soy Is a question Another gasped Dunlap when U my turn to come f lust n few more replied Sturgis and then your turn will conic for good t 11IIl1t with your question then if you must said Duntiip scntinghlm trlf resignedly In his chair- C111Piliit x IlBCIXO TIm KVIDIINC- CStur ir wa still busy with his din gram lie mkte without looking up from hi work Who besides yourself hiss a key to the drawer in vthlcii thU revolver in kept 7 The cashier has tutu and the head iMtokkrrptr has snottier You mean the bookkeeper who site at the trek at the extreme right inhe bookkeepers liepnrtment Yes rt plied Dunlap that is Mr ArlxigattVi disk Do you know hha1 No What did you say the gentle riuns situate 17 The reporter looked up und preisartd to make a not oof It John W ArlKf A na something over Ji years of age quite bat with a triage of gray huir w nrs a henry mustnrhe and iile whiskers am liuJ on yesterday after noon when you nst saw him a pepper nndviilt buttliiPCN suit said Sturgis writing down the name in hie note book Dunlap stared at the reporter In amazement Sturgis smiled slightly me thr JIntlClltllll IOtlrtln nft vrnooti he exprnlntd Oh that accounts forit xclalmed the bankerperbutbut toes how comes it thnt you did not know hit nnme lie did nottcU me his name sail Sturgis gravely and I did not know nntll just now that he was employed In the Knickerbocker hank How long has lie been with you Nearly 20 years butt only for the last five years as heath bookkeeper- I suppose you hunt every confidence In his honesty nuked the reporter looking critically ut the diagram fore hits Of course Such n position In not given to a man unless his record is ex cellent ptit11CC1 hti Iul yet rnrpnrtladtyrtxotnetlnulx maStis till thief True hut the duty of a bank presi dent is to rrtuce such opportunities to u minimum mid Dunlop somewhat ptnlmusyIgnite o assented Sturgis and tills you accomplish by why having the hookti examined pe riodically tipuwrrrd the banker rub ping hU hands together with calm sat isfaction I set shad the reporter who had tints finished his sketch Do the em ployes of the bank know when an evni inution of tills kind is to be null They do not even know that such Ixvninntions ore made Xo one but the accountant nnd myself are In the secret for the overhnuling of the books U done entirety nt night after the hank is closed Have the hooks bean recently ex amined risked Sturgis carelessly Yes only lust week Well They were found to be cl right ns usual May tusk by whom ly Murrey Fa Scott the expert ac Loiintniits Wan the examination conducted by Mr Murray or by Mr Scott lly neither For many years the work was done by one or the o her ofI the members of the firm rut uric their liiuInesK lens grown to its present proportions Messrs Murray and Scott iirennlongeraldctoglvepersnnalattenniuu two years they have sent n trusted employe Mr Chathum Thouia Chat ham Yes said Stun s who was apparently woolgathering A Mlerio of iieverstaiKftes K ilowo during which the rf porter tliottl fully Inspected his collection of tuner scoplc oilds and ends wliile Duiii beat the drills tattoo upon the Ink Presently the reporter spoke urain- Dd you know n young man al tit five feet eight inches tall with fiery red hair who affects soineulmt loud clothes h that it Thomas Chatham You knowillm then 11 Xo I never heard of him be foreThen how on earth do yoi know He has been here recently Yes I told you he hint been here last week butXo I mean he was lucre yesterday afternoon Interrupted the reporter Sot to my knowledge said Dunlap IncredulouslyI lilt much Sturgis replied quietlycut he was here for nil that The banker looked perplexed Now another thing continue Pturgi I notice in the bookkeepers department nn announcement to the effect that on January I that N tc ray tomorrow n new system of book thilllberegularities tint might exist In the booker YltI It Involves the transfer cf each bookkeeper ears mouth ton different set of books lint I fail to MC the drill of your questions You will see it presently Have TNI examined the safes this morning Yes one of the first things I did after you allowed me to mote at alt was to examine the cash safe Ah yes the cash safe And you found Its contents Intact Perfectly said the hanker trl umphanl1rIlint there H also a safe In the bookkeepers department It contains nothing but the hooks which of course would hate no value to anyone but ournelven You hate not examined tbtstuife Why no I If you tense no objection I should like to see the interior of that cafe I mppouvof course you know the com bination of that J well as that of the cash raft Oh yes the romlilnatfenx are changed every Saturday arc of coarse I nm always informed of the nets rum binntlon Then may examine tilt IxaJtkrep ers safe see notibjirllon toynurdoiafrtulf you like Dunlap srrtnrd Msrprined at this reporters rcquv t but he nose and pro ceeded to the bookkerpers department Sturgis folluwed an itntant later ITo It rontiniMit A DANGEROUS MOMEIJT Tbr ViTirrtlinLliiK Urilcat Vbtrti tour CtiHf riinlvU uioi- lllllii iw One nerd nut lw soltfiwr to liud III ntvtl of courage A clergyman uay thud hiuiMlf confronted with as IMTV shaking Mil ordeal an those more gru erally expietfil by the umii of war- lit liba rvtrtMtitct tif The Lights uftU Sliudou of u IrfNlg UJ IM iiiiti ItUliop WhippU trlU ut a iirnnrn when ho found it extremely iiffi1 that hU conrnite nhotild nut tail 1IThe bishop was nU ut to pnani iu one of the cathedrals when there rut tend u IliytJllt stmlciit vhow brain hind 11lcumlt rungr d Uy nrniCti study He went lorvur l a if to sit with the otlient On reathitig the vhancvl baweter says the bishop h0 topptnl and taking revolver from his jorVft pointed U cv far i felt what was coming Ixforc till revolver apMareil und knowing that the young lush was sliortklgitcd timid that he would probably walt wail sari of Ills aim walked with quick long stride through the fhancel which lt very deep grateful that I had beei an nth rein In younger days At the chinned tttrps made n leap seized the young man by the collar nnd turned him sharply round with my knee nt his brick while said to tin congregation Will some one tnkf charge of thlt itinn He U in Mine It nil happened M quleklw that w omit moved till then The pInr fellow was led out and the nervier went on It wits found that the tilxtol hurl hAir trigger nnd that till the chum hers were londetl ninVing it n mnrvrr that no tragedy hunt oeeurre Vu rrwnrtlr0 ibediene Why were you discharge froze your last position It was this way TIll governoi aid it was time to take stock and I took nil I could Then we went back me nnd threatened to have the locked up for stealing no I left Iitllits Mnklnur II lanai 1oulnrtsutvellniyvstal Paid tin client gratefully Now what can J do recoapensoyoiel It easy for you replied the lawyer You eon pay nn In installments nm willing to tike the state as this first installment Town Topics Well flnntlllnl- Diibbs Did you see about that lung ugeman who elaitnn to unto iIUcov erell a sure cure for infiiiena- 1obbs He ought In know how i check the grip Bal ltaore American Iliiiiliirn Imllnlliti- iThnts Imltatlm coffee you Irlnking Never guessed it did you Xo thought it vas 111tClevlI- anll Plain Dnler inmInllowabl f 4 1 The tripping feetthc sparklini eyethe pniccfttl movementbel- ongnotnlotletolrebtiddingtnnidcn These RmcvH arc the right aye ult fffirry ttvman until the hair whitens regal dignity replace them The mother who Runnl herrstrength has so much more to dr vote to the tare and education of her dear ones She should be a comfort a chcsrzhvays- Yet how many feel that they hive the strength to properly lul- nncc the home Tint world is list less weary iul morliuL Us blood intne slnggiihly and M full of impurities It need a kindling in vigorating tonic to set it afireit need Pernna THE ONE MEDICINE in the world wuick women nay rely upon positively IV rn na ii good for evcrjon but particularly for women The varxons newei which afflict their delicate or ganism spring from inflammation or catarrh of thamucoutllninijamlPcruna li a specific far catarrh In any organ lire belly Any congestion ofr a mtrcoee membrane simply meom cntMrh of the f1rgtn affected This is why Pe ana cure nil sorts of trmhlf wbrru other rtmcilim fail If Uurel a catarrhal atfeetta the matter with J1IU aayu hue lN n na will cure you LARGEST MAKERS 1 q tlne ulIh tnth 4tc t tieKll 0 nmro 5X0 anUl Soh slits tkail y rtlier tw I inaniU tarcc in lh tun l K tnmwSThe rrsets F E1vL1hi Irlr t hue aro- h KUl toss any otter ruuko lruo ttj ato tlio beat Hi tilt 1uIIoL A 400 Slier for 300 f t 1roShocforaGO = WjDOUrSeUNIDN MADE tJ r oa- Red Wont of S1 tad S1StJ es eompirid iti ethir mutest S4 is hflavisetMiltr 0 tux ISteiMn- ern tn w id alttJtiY edn- rmtutmtnr r9aW n1 Ie M bnf- dCwr Rte lei and Mir IM- raa t het wMrs tr Mb-Monts tpihm wa rlradUf-e laar air learhawdiNk rw anMli4Mt taw MhooIrI hiaiwapna- urahlM amt 11TuldrIRwd M rwltfatMy- ou KM rtlrtit rtrr rw tew anor stntor Ntk MtIf Alter tit wnt w1t- pica or ri+ Us oar laI wit rstpsara- pwtwr relnlr NEBRASKA THE LAND OF PLENTY I wonder why it is that so many men spend their dys working hard on rented farm barely making enough to get along with no greet prospect ahead ofowning their own homo when within a few plentyNebraskawhero grain and fruit can ho raised with tho least amount of labor whero bringahanis healthful and churches and schools abound lwhero land is cheap and can bo bought on veryreasy terms Think of this and if you want information about tho country lCm to mo forliTho Corn Dolt a beautifully illuntratod monthly paper that tells all about Nebraska t and also for Tho Went Nebraska rcstirgilllargo Factional map of Nobraaka On the first and third Tuesdays of each month during tho balanco of this year cheap excursion tickets will bo cold over our road to Nebraska BO that pooplo may go jOUlticketP 5 CUCiIS Ctil rittr AI c a a o h- CMICA5J tU r THE CITIZEN A WKKKIY NKWWAIKR HEREA KKXTirncv Brain worker nccordiujr to eta Msfa which have been published re cently sire long llred Five hundred niul thirty eminent men and voinrn of the present century cre taken and their duration of llfc gives an avcrajjo of about sixtyeight years and eight months A beggars league in St Petersburg mutilates children and cripples them to arouse sympathy from the benevo lent when they are sent to beg in public places The chief of this gang who Is n wealthy man and hus posed us a jhilnnthropist receives 7i per cent of the money begged by tits un fortuiintcs Eachof the eighteen provinces o the Celestial Empire is ruled by n governor or governor general who Ii responsible to the emperor for the entire administration political JUt dicial military and fiscal Each province is subdivided into departments ruled by prefects anti eah department into districts each with a distinct ruler Jen Colllnson has calculated that on 50000 tons of shipping 30000 men 5000 horses and 700 wagons ran be transported while Lord Volseljy reckons on 150000 tons be ing necessary for the transport of 100000 men Admiral Mnrln how ever estimates that 40000 tons of Whipping will be needed for a divi sion of 9000 men 800 horses and JAO wagonsThe pope does his private writing with n gold pen but his pontificinl sig nature is always given with n white leathered quill which is believed to iconic from the wingof a dove al though persons who have seen it say it must have come from a larger bird The lame piill has been in use more than 40 years It only serves for im portant signatures BUt is kept in nu ivory ease- Lightning n on the Fourth of July destroyed a barn in Frederick Township near Pottsville Pa that wai built in 140 and has been famous III local history since the Revolution The fnnn on which it was then lora ted was owned by Col Frederick Antes and Gen Washington with his bodyguard had his headquarters there during the encampment at 1ott strove Some curious facts concerning trees have been discovered A single oak of gctod size Is said to lift 123 tons cf water during the months it is in leaf This moisture is evaporated und rises to form rain clouds From this estimate of the labor of n single oak we cnn gain some idea of the immense force which the forests exert in eqtul izinij the evaporation and precipita tion and preventing periods of inun dation and drought According to the latest studies of Irof De Saneis of Turin children begin to dream before their fourth year but are unable to recall dreams before the age of 5 This age he concludes Is that at which a child first becomes instinctively conscious of self Aged people dream less fret quently and less vividly than the young Womens dreams are more frequent more vivid and better re membered than those of men Every horse In the English army b numbered and has a little history kept for it nil to itself The number Is branded upon the animals hind feet the thousands on the near hind foot nnd the units tens and hundreds on the oft hind foot Thus the horse whose number Is say 8334 will hire an 8 on his left hind foot and 354 on the other one On what it called a Veterinary History Sheet everything about the horse will from time to time be written A German scientist with nil kinds of knoll on his head has discovered that yawning is a healthy pastime It Is wholesome like oatmeal and brown bread Yawning It Is said stretches the muscles of the brain miaybe or the tendons of the head sends the blood to the jaws and sharp ins the appetite and intellect It is s cheap remedy accessible to young jnd old rich and poor and If it is as fllcaciotis as our Teuton says faith is surely within the reach of teryoiuj in this country narkThe the missions has been n great and admitted boon to the Chinese who have accepted it gratefully In 1830 there were no fewer than 105 hospitals largely sLatTed by medical women and they attended in that year actually 34S 439 Chinese patients both gliing medical treatment and performing the operations that restore ease to the tortured give sight to the blind and open new life to the lying So highly was this secular work nppre elated that many wealthy Chinese bad mode large donations h The most lonely highlands of our Rational territory nrc the sparsely wooded Sierras of Western New Mex ico The clunk of the wood cotters Jix eehpes through the steepest glens of the European Alps and Southern Aileghanles but In the Sierra Misllla west of Kl 1ano there are valleys where the moan of thin wind in the brunches of the rock pines is the only sound heard for days together kind of marmot is the only habitant of these solitudes and rarely leaves tits burrows before noon Birds aw extremely rare u u WE TWO w two make home of any fUce ws cos We two find Jy In any kind of neither Or If the earth Is clutlitJ In bloom or anow If summa dads Invite or bleak wlnoJl blow What mutters l6 If we two nre together We two we two wo make our world our weather We two mnke banquets of the plainest fare Is every cup we Jlnd the thrill of pleasure We hide with wreaths the furrowed brow of care Ant win to smiles the set lips of despair For us life nlways moves with lilting measure We two we two we make our Joy our pleasure We two find youth renewed with every dawn Each tiny holds something of an unknown glory We waste no thought on grief or pleasure Kine Tricked out like hope time lends us on and on And thrums upon his harp new sons or story We two we two we llnd tho paths of glory We two make Heaven here on this little earth Wo do not need to walt for realms eternal We know the use of tears know sorrows worth And pain for us is always loves rebirth Our paths lend closely by the paUl supernal IrnaLEllait4 444TOE STURIS WAGER t A DETEfilVE STORY it1 Ifi1 vr X11 AiklA A Inc A1w R CHAPTER IX TilE KVICKKnnOCKER BANK Richard Dunlap was a man who had nc er missed a train nor been late in keeping an appointment On the morning following Spragucs dinner party he walked briskly down Broad way from City Hall It was New Years lay the great thoroughfare was dserledH he turned into Wall street the hands of the clock In Trinity steeple pointed to three minutes of nine The financier pulled out his chronometer found that the clock In the old belfry was right und quickened his puce Wall street slumbered peacefully and silently like a battlefield after the roar of the cannon huts been hushed utter the victors and the van quished have disappeared leaving behind them only the ghosts of the slain The deathlike stillness was op pressive at last ns Dunlnp reached the Knickerbocker Itnnk the clock in the belfry struck the hour The reporter was not there The luuiker uttered nn ejaculation of annoyance He looked tip and down the street There was no one n sight He resolved to ptve Sturgis five minutes grace and began to pace hack and forth before the entrance to the bank Then n thought struck him There wnc rn other entrance on Echange place that generally used by the employes and officers Perhaps the reporter was waiting there Dunlap walked around to Exchange place and glanced up the street lie saw n man stand log in the gutter and bending low over the curb Dunlap advanced to obtain n front view of him and ree ognized Sturgis The reporter hall not noticed his approach he held a magnifying glass in his hand and seemed deeply Interested In a minute examination of the smoothworn curb Good morning Mr Sturgis said the hanker havu you lost some tiling The reporter looped up quietly XoMr Uunlap I have found some thing something which may possibly prove to be u hyphen A what 1 naked the hanker per plexedA hyphen connecting two parts of a Tery pretty pools Dunlap Mured curiously at the curb can see nothing there said he Sturgis handed him the magnifying gloss Note look ngaln- He pointed out u particular portion of the curb Dunlap looked in the di reel Ion Indicated I see what looks like dried mud dust particles and a little dark spot or stain Yes said Sturgis that dark spot Is the hyphen There were probably others like it on the sidewalk yester tiny afternoon but they have been ob literated by the pedestrians Here however are some Unit have re mainedAs spoke he led Dunlap to the Exchange place entrance of the bank and pointed out n number of similar spots on the stone steps Fortunately he said as if speak Iny to himself fortunately the de tectives entered through the front door last nght so that they did not inter fere with this portion of the trail Hut what ore these spots asked the hanker They lire bloodstnlns replied the reporter I have every reason to be lieve then to be human blood Rut that question I can settle positively as soon as we lire in the bank for have brought n powerful microscope Let us enter now if you like I have seen nil there is to be seen outside Hy the wny do you know this key r lie held up n large steel Key of com plicated structure Why exclaimed Dunlap surprised tint looks like the key to the Exchange place door Where did you find It In the gutter near the sewer open- Ing at Jh forner Rut how MJd ft get there asked Dunl p anxiously Perhaps I shall be able to nnswer that question presently sold Sturgis Eli all we go In now JCo not that h way Tet us enter by the Wall street side If you please A couple of minutes later the outer door of the Knickerbocker bank wild unlocked Excuse me if I pass In first said Sturgis entering with to see something hire He bent low over the tiled entrance with the magnifying glass In his and hll1llclfall over the trail here Ah what is this What 1 inquired Duulnp The reporter vouchsafed no reply to this question but asked another Is Thursday n general loaning day at the bank Yes answered the banker Every evening after the closing hour the floors are swept et course situ the desks nre dusted Pmt Mon days and Thursdays nre reserved for washing till windows scrtuihing the floors and so forth Then it Is lucky that yesterday was Thursday observed Sturgis Will you please hand me the Ley to this gate and that to the inter door Upon entering the bank Sturgis requested his companion to sent him self on r particular chair which he designated He then began a critical examination of the premises Inch by inch he scrutinized the walls the tloor and even the ceiling sometimes with the naked eye sometimes through the magnifying glass He alto constantly brought into play a tape measure and several time he called upon Dunlnp for assistance when the distances to be measured were longer than his reach The Wall street entrance of this Knickerbocker bunk led directly into the space to which the public was admitted This space WOK partitioned off as usual froth the bookkeepers and cashiers depratments At the farther end n door led to a reception room com municating with the presidents ofllce This ofllce itself opened into the cashiers deportment on one side and on the other into n small room occupied by the presldfiits secretary mud typewriter and itto the vestibule of the Exchange place entrance to the bunk On the right 01 the vestibule Wilt n large room in which tlie bank employe kept their stieet clothing ant to which they could retire when they were oil duty A door from the clerks room led into the cashiers department while moth er one opened Into the private were tarys room later he hind finished his inspection lof the spore then to the public 8tnr glut folioutd by Dunlap passed into the presidents reception room nod thence n turn Into the other rooms and finally hit the cashiers and Look keepers departments Several times he stopped retraced his footsteps to sump particular jwint suit then began hula search anew At times he crawled about on his hands and knees nt other hr climbed upon the furniture the better to examine 11rtiIwhich lay In unit orotund the vtantc luiskct These lie carefully placed in nn envelope which he laid upon the presidents table On one slue of the room there stood n magnificent od fnaldoncd carved mantelpiece fhe artistic beauty of the structure did not seem to strike Sturgis but he appeared to derive a great deal of satisfaction from an In spection of the large tiled hearth Pres sally removing lila coat anti IlL cults he plunged his hand Into the grimy chimney nail removed a handful of soot which he examined carefully nail then threw away lie repented the op eration again and again until at last with evident sittisfactlon he picked out n small object which he deposited in nn envelope Then after washing his hands in the clerks room lie passed In to the cashiers department corner stood the telephone closet the door of which was open ihuu receiver of the instrument was down The reporter took It up und gazed at it long unit ear nestly Sturgis examination of the laud must have lusted over two hours At lirst itichnrd Dunlap looked on with a mild curiosity In which nnrureiiicnt struggled with goodnatured skepti cism Hut as time wore on the blinker begun to slow signs of Impatliner and when lit last Sturgis returned tn the private olhce null carefully deposited upon a sheet of white paper a mis cellaneous assortment of tiny seraph and shreds the banker could scarcely conceal Ids dratlsfucton ell Mr Sturgis lie raid I hope you have nearly completed your Inves tigation for my leisure is not so abun dant that caw afford to waste it like thU need one more witness at least replied the reporter and I am afraid shall have to usk you to help me ob tain Hut he quickly added as he noted Diinlaps impatient gesture I think I can promise you that the tithe you are regretting line not been wasted The financier did not seem couvirced by tills assertion but he nevertheless consented with an unwilling grave to assist the reporter to the best of his aid lily Well then said Sturgis tell nm first of all whcthcryou keep firearms In the bank Yes replied Dunlnp the cashier ccplIllIhiof a sudden attack by n bank thief Have you tin key to the desk Yes replied tint hanker Will you kindly see if the revolver you mention is in Its place It ought t lie said Dunlop picking out the key on a hiirrh which ho tool from his pocket atu walking to wards tin cashkrv icrarment with Sturgis nt his heels Yes here It is la itt accustomed place He handed It to the reporter who ex uniined it attentively lixactlyquid Sturgis with sntik lookingfor unlnpiwhich was tired twice lust night In the Knickerbocker bank See for yotmclf two of the cartridges arc empty and the weapon hits nut been cleaned since these shuts were fired Hut who eau have fired the pistol iyIloldgis smiling one thing nt n time We shall perhaps come to that soon For the present If you will come back to your private olllee I shall endeavor to piece together the scraps of evidence which have been hit to collect There sit down In your own nrmehlnr if you will while tit these bits of pa per together and In less than ten minutes I shill probably be ready to proceed with my story Dunlap was still nervous nail impa tient but till truce of amusement anti skepticism hind vanished from his face as he took the proffered nriuclmlr nnd watched Sturgis patlcnly piece to gether the tiny fragments of paper he lured so carefully gathered When this work was accomplished tin1 reporter went to the typewriter anil wrote a few lines on n sheet of puH r He next pro ceeded to examine under the microscope the minute fragments lint parti cles which he land collected in his search tlperntionheup Into space for what seemed to Dun lull an interminable length of time Then at last he glanced at the banker who could hardly contain his growing Impatience I am ready to go on now Mild Sturgis reaching for n sheet of pnpe upon which ht begun to draw with ruler and pencil At lash sighed the hanker Yes but my first ns the charades say Is a question Another gasped Dunlap when Is my turn to route lust n few snore replied Sturgis and then your turn will come for good Well out with your questions then If you must said Dunlap sent hag him telf resignedly In his chair- C11111II x TIBCINO TIIK nVIOKNCK- Sturfcir ti a still bmy with his din grant Ho sookW without looking up from hi work Who beside yourself bus a key to the drawer in nhieii this revolver kept The cashier has one and the Lead Imnkkctprr has snottier You unrest the bookkeeper who site at the titttk at the extreme right in be bookkeepers department 1 Yn replied Dunlup last In ilr Arhogatts desk Do you know tutu Nu What did you say the rrntlr mans name is The reporter looked up und i rt ared to make a note of it iohu W Arlwgart A mwll something over St years of age gnus hall with a fringe of gray hair wsrr a heavy mustache and jilts whiskers and huJ on yesterday afternoon when you last MIV him a unclplt business suit ad titiirpU writing down the name in lib note IniokDunlap stared at the reporter In amazement Sturgis smiled nllRhtty me the gentleman yctlcrday afternoon hr explained Oh that accounts for It exelalrnrd the hanker I seebuthut thin how comes it that you did not know his name He did not tell me his name soul Sturgiii gravely and I did not know until just now that hr was employed In the Kniekerltockvr bank How long has hr been with you Nearly 20 years lint only for tilt last the yrnri as head bookkeeper suppose you have every confidence in hula honesty asked till reporter looking critically at the diagram be fore him Of course Such n position Ii not given to a man unless his record U ex cellent And yet cbwrved the reporter re lleetiei opportunity sometimes makes till thief True but the duty of a lank presi dent Is to reiuce such olporl Ullit itS to u in ibinumisaIdDnolaPsumtcwluati1- nlluilr1a5y Jidte std audited Sturgis and this you accomplish by lly hinting the hooks examined pe riodically answered the honker ruts bing hilt hands together with calm sat isfaction I see said the reporter who had now finished hU sketch io the em ploy es of the bunk know when an exam ination of this kind Is to be mod They do not even know that such examinations lure made No one but the accountant und arc in the secret for the oIrhlluillig of the hooks In done entirely at night sifter the bash is closed Have the books been recently ex amined asknl Sturgis carelessly Yes only hint week Well They were found to be nil rlht nu usual May tilt by whom My Murrey Scott the expert ac countants Was the examination conducted by Mr Murray or by Mr Hcottt Hy neither Kor many years the work was done by one or the ohcr ofItime members of till firmIJlt their business has grown to its present proportions Messrs Murray and Scott u re no longer nl de to give personal attention to their customers For the lust two years they have sent us a trusted tmpoyc Mr Chatham Tlionui Chat ham Yes said StuiU who was appar ently wool atherhl H m A Jllue of sevrtslrte MtslUlorttd during which the reporter thought fully inspected his collect Ion of n icr upbeatPresently tht reporter spoke 1Ial- lI you know n voting min al sat thc feet right lushes tall with liar red hair who alTects Kimenliit Ii ud ch thelt Why thnt is Thoinns Chatham ou know him then 11 So I never heard of him be fore youknowrecentlyYes lucre last week but No I mean he was here yesterday afternoon interrupted the reporter DunlapIncredulously I thought ns much Sturgis replied quietly but he was lucre fur nil that The banker looked perplexed Now another thing continued bookkltplrtdepartment effect that on January 2 that Is to ray tomorrow n new system of bookkeeping will be adopted Would this be auch aa to tiring to light any ir regularities that might exist In the book l Yes It Inrclres tIll transfer of rach bookkeeper cowry month tt different vet of woks Hut I fall to nee the drift of your questions You will see it presently Have you morningYes did after you allowed me to mote at all wan to examine the cash wife youfoundPerfectly said the banter trl umphantly Hut there it also a safe III the hook keepers department- It contain nothing but the books which of course would hate no mine to anyone tint otirhflv You liner not eMiiuinrd this atrT Vhyno I If you have no objection should like to see the Interior of that safe Ftippocc of eourn you know the rom blnatlun of that a well ns that of tilt ch rafeV Oh yes the combination are changed racer Sa tnrdav and of nmnr I nm always informed of tilt aetlMa hutstloa Then may I 111 lit the IntkLrrle- ms I nil objrttiun In your il iK olf you like Dunhi srrtnrd surprisedat the re porters request hut he row sod pro ItIlrttSlurJlITo Ia Continued J A DANGEROUS MOMENT TAr Jrrtesunklna Orilrul U UUU Barr CuBlriinlvtl u uld 1I1Iot One need not ta u soldier to statai- in nerdof courage A elerjo tuau may fluid hini clf confronted with WI ucrv ahaking an onlritl Uto c more gets trolly exH led by the titan uf war In ltia retrasptet of The lihu uul Shadow of u lung KiiiMuiitr Ill bop Whipple tells of u lamnviii when be found it extremely un rsury that hU courage shouldtut tail bon tits hiihup seas uUtul to preach in one of till cutlutlrala when there en tend n divinity student whose brunt had Income deranged liy amen uncut study Hr went forward u if to Ml with tIll other On renthing tIt ehancvU hawrtcr i iyvt the bishop tin stopped anti taking a re oUer fruit his otScet pointed Iat Uii felt what uses coming before tho revohcr upprurnt unit knowing that the young mutt was Kliortslgiteil and that tic would prolmldy wait until sure nf his aim I walked with quick long stride through tin chancel which Is vr7deep grateful that had tent nlillth let t In younger days At tin chancel steps I made u leap seized the young man by hloUlr and turned him slurs rply round with my tints at his loci while said to the congregation Will stains out take charge of this man He Is In saneIt all happened so cpilekl ttmt nc one moved till then Tin1 leer fellow was led out and the mrvlei went on It wns natal that the intol had k hair trigger and that tin chain hers were Inndcil nmVtng It n simmer that no tragedy hind occurred- Cnrrltardrd Olinllrimr Why were you dUehargr froui your last position It was this way Tho goternoi said It was time to take struck and took could Then we writ hack on me and threatened to have tits locked up for Melding so left TitHits MnUliiK It tansy You have saved my estate sold time client gratefully Now what can do to recompenlttynu Well will Iraki It easy for you replied the lawyer You cast pay nn In Installments rem willing to till the estate ns the first installment Town Topics Writ Innklllcil- Dohbs Did you see about that bag gngeman who clnirnu to have dlscov tired a sure cure for liifliienza- Hrdibs He ought to know how tr check the grip Ualtlmore AmerlcaV lcinl iril linltntliiii youddriullugNo thought It was ttUClTland Plain IKalcr barred Only In Jame Whiiis a sacred concert pa A variety show that Is allowabl1 only oiSundaysIcasvnToplrs The tripping feettile sparkling eyethe graceful movement ho long out alone tolhelwddingitLiidcn rightayedraywl itcitsaiui regal dignity replaces them The mother woo guard her strength has so much more to devote to the care ami education of her dear ones She should Lc a comfort a slicera1vayV theyhJcancu the home i The world is list less weary ml morhuL Its Mood mow sluggishly and is full of im jmritics It ticetls a Kulling invigorating tonic to set U Ufiflit need Pcnina THE ONE MEDICINE In the world which women may rely npon ositively Peru na iJ pnrticuLulyfur + nesses which afflict their delicate organism spring from inflammation or IInlnltlll1llleruollaIthe txxfy Any congrtlon of a mucottt mem Inane simply means catarrh of the organ affcrtol This Iwhy Pt mnn sires nil anrt3 of trouhKs where sihirr ftmetllcs faU If thre is A catnrrhal Btfertlun the matter with yoaanyuttio j1croca will cure yon tI nc Lt l7 MAKEPStmn111rrl Kkfiq Iinafeturcnz1sta t CWLDuglssSuu l 01Ujko U tb twt bresuottiryyeoIA 400 Shot fOr UQO- d 13S Stine for jJuU U- OWLOILcsI Y NADE J ronNthfour3se4IISPSaeseosptrtd matt nIuIlheMnhprtwrpn5 tw 1r wht i 4Mraott kthn we draw Jrla t ltn1Isw bulw- nh hrt1yl i stsl 1Mw th tlnm1I1In1nr1hr nthMon fl M wh hyoo 9arwtrr 4tnEI1tl NEBRASKA THE LAND OF PLENTYtI wonder why it ia that no many men spend their day working hart jcnouprospect ahead of owning their own homo when within a few hours is a lardof plenty Nebraskawhore all kinds of grain and fruit can ho raised with tho leant amount of labor whcro cattle and hogs fed on corn bring a handsomo profit whero tho climato is healthful and churchon and schools abound whcro land is cheap and can bo bought on very easy terms Think of this and if you want information about tho country send to mo orHTho Corn Melt a 1paperintereatirgillustrated largo sectional map of Nebraska On tho first and third tlotickets will bo sold over our road to Nebraska so that peoplo may goryourlickotp a Eurm cut rmrnjic e a q HISAC9 UU 3 ALLIES IN PEKING ipnsjrtli npttio of tilt Chi r ncso Capiinl Proves to Ue True i JIETIiOD OF LNTRV NOT DETAILED Sonic IInrt Sly That flare Was Seven Flhtlnir While 0lim Say Tliiru Wax None Ailni Ilrlury Ciiiiilrin Ilir llijnrl mill nya Iluil All Ilir rorelaii- liuillliin in IVUInu Sri tifo lnlrnl 1Ilorar Adtlif Lnndoii lug 19The second edl Inn ol the Dally Telegraph pulilinhcx u hpevlnl iltHilili from Slianxlml wlilcli rata The nllles cntcrtNl Ie klrtjj nniipiiihiil nml tort with a friendly reception from Irlnce Chlnjr All the oxttlc clement have already owupeil from the city The imperial eiiurt left for ShciiHI on Aiijiut 11 with the Manchii The Kntinu troops turn gone itoiithwciit with the object of drawing oil tint nlllcH and prevnt liiK them Irons following up till oourt liondon lug IAThe heir ay nc OHiiiit of the method of cptny Into Ieklnjf ors cniitrmllctory stems nu Iii UillllHfr that there wan severe light lnp and other that tin ttitrunct wns not oppo New Chwati was mrnln iilllUlwl Oil AilKiitt 11 lint the KIIA olflllit repulniHl XOOO hlnrw liillict INK heart low although theyalso HUtTereil Merely Accoriilnu to n dUp tih to the Dully 1irtas from heKn the din patch from Mr Conger whhh wxa re relent hy tnlteil Stnlrn 11111II Icr Vetlne dny MIr nvm tiiat all OKV Sin ALt nlnf1A81JtEr Comm nd r of the Ilrlilh Force an the Way to 1kmC the Amerlrati wen alhe except the- Iujlla kaliy and ettn marine al- I opted that there was n tee kknesm but Mild that he Ilrd food would bat until relief ram BlMBirhal OUpntchen iy ibUt Km pemr ttrug Su Arrompanled the mffwM dowajrer to Illus murk aralmt hia will Irlnce TUIII comp manded the rear jftwnl of the Im purial HCtr1 of which the Moxer fnrmMl OS per mat It waa evperteil that Ue Iran Iuh SlaHff would fol low after the arrhal of the allle All the place treasure were ftout to lUtan Iru- Pcklulr Hass rrnVnd on the night- at the Uth Till inrwotjre waa re ivUctl at tho Imps rtal rutolna oWec In IximloM from thus connnJtxUoner of malom In thvKiHi It Is the only iitllHal iiieimajri hint has reached Ktip lawl In eon rllltlllll of the earlier rto IMirtaIroccttJInir to illwtm the prob MI tile of a crouitlon of hiHitllltle ihe MornliiR fniit tiMiuine thnt the Inlt iil ittair are willing to almmlon any Men of further aggrlahe action but It questions thtt ilipoitlnn of Germany nml the other IHIWCM to njfree to uucli a count 1rliiTiiiii Prom Iiml- Ua blnjrton AIII is The nctJnj re n larv of mtnte umlicc pulille the following plain telffrrum rvccheil rri Joy evening roin the 1iiliwl tits 1Olimil at CheliH- tChcloo lug 17 WOO Ucielved AiiKimt lh i3S pIn Secretary of State Vn hln toii Seventeenth ilnvlapenem Ailnirnl rcptrla allhii nttnelted Ieklnff Ob hlinatf tenl tnncc liyrnhlgJnnlurc enleruit cnpltnl with other fone lm inedint h hiirrotiniled le ntloun In iiialcn lane lamne c loss over 100 durst elk iteimj riiiinrnift lio i Vj hluirtoii lug Ilh fart h Ntrtnirnt received thu followlmj uiililcgnim front Adin Keriey- Tuku AMR 11 n inItnreau of Navlcatlon VimhliiKlon teat ro eclved telcjrrain from 1tIIIln dnteil lOlli p in MVkliic tens captured on AujfiMt lV Pnrclyi Irgntons urn y wife Detail fount shortly tslgnrd IIMSl Drilrr of the Ilellef Ciiloiiin- Toklo IIfl11IItrlll from a Innjr dUprteh deaerlbinpthe ndvance of the jilllcd forcm front Tien Tuln say iin ILl uiinpjwnitd liirlng tlie llflitlur 1nuTlann that he Im mediate udrltiarvf 1cNiny wji ileiid ml upon at n coinell of wr in which Asa officer took port hell rt Yanff TMIII AiiirtiMt tint thai She ulvancu cdliiinn were drawn ip In the fal lowIn t order tnpanrso liiflau lliltUh and Ain i1cau THE SUNDAY SCHOOL tun In Die InliTiinltnriiil Srrlri fur Jut ul ail IIIIXI Iran lln li l Sliriiliinl Irermrcil by II C Irnlngton- TIII IISSON TBXT Julio 10116 1 Verily verily JUly unto you HP that ftiterith tint y the doer lulu the sheepfold tint cllmbetli up Koine other way llie same ts n thief unit n roblmr 2 Hut tin tlmt enter th III by Ilio door le ths shepherd of the nhfip 3 To him the tarter npeneth and the shier hear his valet anti ha cullith hit own ahruU by name unil liailtith them out And when ho puttrth forth his own nheiii hn Koctli before them mill Iho shier p follow him for they know hls voice i And a stranger will they not fol low but will lien from him for they know slot the vulco of Mrnnsrr Till ramble aka Ji nun unto them but they utuliratuotl nut what tlllji thy WITO width lie atoll iinlu Iheit Then said Jru unto then njMln Verily vrlly soy unto you am the door of the nhoc All that over came brfnr me nrn thleviH ami robbers tint the nivit dad not hear them 9 am the door by Me If not man enter In Ho hall Im saved and almll In and out and llml uaature The thief cotneth not but for to steal unit to kill and to ilentroy I am come that they might hnve life tenet ttflt thy mlKht hnvo irmnrn ahiirrnnnily urn the Kooil shepherd tin good hplnnl Klveth hlR life for the nheep 11 slut He that Is an hlrellriv and not the shepherd who e own the harp art not t eth the wolf romlnn semi Irnvelh the ihrrp and flrrth and the wolf cuUhelh them anti rralterelh the sheep II The hireling flceth tieeauae he an hireling and canIll not for the sheep II nm the goat hriienl and know My cheep end am known of mine 14 8 tho father knoweth Me even m knoiveth I the Tnther end lay down my fir the Ihl- It Mid other iherp I have which are not of this fold them abo must tiring and they nhill hear My voter and there hill be son fold und one nhvphcr- ilillllirN TUVr Tlir eooil liiihf ril lilttilli lil llta for the lieep Juliti nun NOTEs AND COMMUNTH- Tho Shepherd of tin Sheep Yrr- ae1file connection of title lesson with the last Ik marked Not only dorA It Ixlong to the MIIIIC vericn of Iix rourM tint It a application hinge upon the rtents ccniifctcil with the story of the bilml iiiun 1111 pliarikprH were nnvlow to ilhert the vnsllt for the re ktorlag of this IIIDIIl lght front leiim They sold to Him llvvCml the glnrt Mr know that thus nun leus Is nitr tier The rrftf of the men was em inently krnilblr Throrixing was nut In his flue but lie hUll one bard solid substantial fort upon which to Mend Uther be IN a IllInrr hi said I know not one thing know that u Ira was blind now tee ThU riMild be disputed1 It was evident to nil It wn no theory but a fart So tlny trade him repeat hU itory and hating ill trrmlned to put anyone out of the tinpofrne who arknuwlnifed Irua to lie the Christ the pharUees followed him lined with question un tit he lioMly dHII re l If this man were not from God be could tlo notb laglieua heard that they had eat him out of the synagogue anil finding hIm declared Hlnuilf to be the Hun of iud Thru turning to tLt pharl rs spoke thb parable at the rood rhephi rd drawing the illstiitftlon between the true and false IratVr The prieti- and pharlteft flood In the plaee nf thephi nls tn the rhtVrrn of Iniel their religion gulden anti hue triictnr They had mUiiMiI their petition mb lltiitetl false iloctrinro und Itd the sheep utray They strove for pr nonatadvnntaKe for and honor and not for the tood of those In tlieir chary The parable Is rraly nn ar raignment of thrie false teaelicr- slru the Door era lrllIrontradUtlnctlon to tbU vorldlyrSt Reeking attitude triune drelars lltir aet to be the door of the sheep The phnrlM had tut undrritotMl the par nbi lesiiD olnti out the apalea lion The thief cotneth not but for to Meal nnd tn Kill nnd to destroy They had lures thleu In the toad rf the Mnitrr Jesus Initend of erk InlZ ier oral mlv ntae declare He line come that they might lave life and that they might have It iron abundantly TIII iw the Shephcnl Verc nlli Not only U Jreuia the door the tiny to life but He la the Situ pherd TIll tlieep telonK to Him The tnn who rare for the heeji for Htm furl little IntiT eat In the welfare of Ihehrrp They set fir their upon nfety nt the rrtset wolf 11111 the true Shepherd will lay Ills very tfe down for the harp Tire phitrfoefN hart elnltred to lie the ambarsudorH of nol lint they know Oodlion JmtiH klinxvx tier Ji they and llii FntberV Intcrrns art llIntereata therefore the yhrrp nil true believer In lod nnd Sues ChIt hal know Ills voice ISy and by nil such believers shall be jrathervd tnirether In one fold liniliT one nhephiTi One of the triiln iereona to lie found In n1 thin story outside crt lt plainly evnnKetlHtlc tenrhlnj U thnt we iriy know the true tpiieher tits cue who rAn lie trullhlI lie the net that he necks tent hiIIWII uttered t bet the Intir ests of olher The liliMMUli Sits Is tie Iff nf power and lniliirree amen turn Note In the lesson the ninny otijiet prtMciit and draw from them their Is ont The door tho sheep tit hire llnir and wolf nil hats n dUtnut teach lr Dnir of InnIo tat nlsn IIIIJIOSCM n dolt Kx hart one neither dully while It U e lleul tt day lent ary of you lie hard ennui tirnn h the ilee UfnlrcxH of sin IVliin1 to tine the preens iny ramie wlti It the pmmlbilltv tat we or title err may lie hardens l r ntnllr1 Ircubj terlun Ti Orrnt Tlilnjr It OUR lUt to seen nnS tn me to Kcrvi rhea but rather tulle ilotli appear nsiich to me and wonderful that thoii oiirhwifcst to receive Into thy service one no poor nri unworthy Inulnc of the hone improvementtLerelertricity spinning wheel to oiacleire rr to the automobile The fact that lloMtttern Stomach Hitter h1lnunlit for over hull a century proven its value There is nothing to ro itnl it for utomach or liver trouble It is Nature own remedy and the only one to cure tIIJlcllliia or weak stomach Ills Ililnt of 1 len rair1ledieei Student What do you think of wciincn for iliy icuni right11hylvcniuegeweOOOO Llmrcahit follow I would not tall 500 for the good 1almrr Lotion hu done my ton The paytician who had treated him for fifteen month pronounced it the wcrit rae ofI Nolhousehold krepIIlernIVarl Street New York and receive free Mitnplikt of tcitiuiomal and kamplc of Lo lion or Soap nwanIntow ul IlImlndialiapoa Journal we The Miner if Ciiiun problembutinJ will never succeed home piople in country stern o think that they have u great a puule on their hand in selecting a location for a home They IiI certainly go about it in the wrong way unJru they err pert the beautiful farming country on the line of the Chicneo Milwaukee SI Paul ItaiVay in Marinette county Wirmnrin plentytinewater land told cheap and on long Why rent a farm when you can buy limeI lee than you pay for rent lddreei lllin Ijnd Agent 101 La Salle St CI CRO The benefactions of love are not original predeutinedtothey conic lloktoQ Transcript DII Your Feet Arise and llarnf Shake into your thoes Allen FootKate n powder for the feet It makes tight orNew Shot Feel Katy Curei Curn Itching wollrn Ilot Callou mnllnlt Sore alll1 SWCIIII Poet till irugesta and Shoe Store eel t Mr nIInut MthK Ad drew Allru 6 Ulnuted le hay N Y londnett without Iracioulnru il ugly and if he Seas of the Steadaml not of the hurlUoltoo fraoI- Crlllt The Ilet lrr irlitlun for Chili and Fever Is a rennin of JiiovrN TASTMF s CIIIItruSIl IIIH lyiriinuniloiiitiiiifiii lWAtolun lurID Nourono pay 1rlcc There is nny one exeune for buying on credh the hope that the merchant will forget to charge your purchate Atcbuon ulobe Tn Cure n Cnlil In One tiny rake laxative Ilronio mine Tablets All druggists rotund money Ill toile to cure c A Hitter Drop In Jort upDid the jlineof 13 IadisnepoiteJournal Iine la U the last medicine we ever teed for all nfletlinln of the tiirnal jnd JotllPut muter of political ante eh Ii there higher degree Oh yet postmasteryou know Detroit Journal U requires no cxiwrienco to dye with nE a l In Simply boiling necessaryUuh1fytilt Whit prfitetli a titan if he wn the jack lut and on the next daya races l11 1C4 t ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Dour Slcnnturo of d 7Vace PacSlcille VVrnrpcr Dclow Tory mll end o 017 to take as euffor GARTERS mITTLE tNc FOR HEADACHE FOR DIZZINESS FOR BILIOUSNESS FOR TORPID UYFR FOR CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SXIN FOR THE COMPLEXION iNUareir Mull Mel Purlly TCIetUJle s Vt CURL SICK HEADACHE t r I THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME NOTRC DAMIi INDIANA FULL COlRSUS IN Claelci Letters Hco aoin4cs and tttstogJeurnatlsm Art Science Pharmacy and flea irlcal Engineering Architecture Thorough Preparatory auJ Commeclal Courses Rooms Free to all Students who lure completed the tluillrt required for admission Into the liinkr or Senior Year any of the Culrgi alrCiirscs Uuonis to Rent moderate charge to etneh tints over Mvcnleen prrtnriiiR firtollfitiate Courr A liniUed numtwruf fertile little slxticnl pate will to r lveilnt special rate SL IMwurU Mall for luaus under II year is unlinie In the cnm eletenese of It rquiiiinrnU Thea7lhYear will one lirpUmber Ih 1900 Calalnsuct Free Addrr s kliVA MOKklSSUV C S C Iresldeot When a lp 010Icitation that in prrparntion is you gn nto- a More to buy an article that las uchlevd yCatharticendorsement of the world Tlc jminunt of the peotile infallible because it s an personal The retailer who wants to H lijii ininethinc else in place of the article you nk for hnil ax to grind Dont it stand to WhyIkenuour of your credulity Iont you toe through game The titan who will try Vlllell you n ulisttiitu for CaHonrct is a fraud llcware of him lit is trying to steal the honestly earned licnefitu of a repu ptidforco to far he will farther If he cheat his riiitomer in one way he will in another 111mlIrmllroHcmcmbor Cnsiiirotn flue never sold in bulk hut In metal boxes with the long tailed etanpatlCXo Geraldine the partition of Chins ii wal1lodiallapoli llnllc Cnlnrrh lure Is taken Internally Price Toe reduceitHollonfin tweet to kissso Is Kime Gum to chew howto Pale and WeakWomen Beauty and strength In women vanish early In life because of monthly pain or some menstrual Irregularity Many suiIfor silently and see their host gifts fade away I Lydia E PlnUums Vegetable Compound helps women preserve roundness of form and freshness of face be cause it makes their entire female organism healthy It carries women safely through tho various natural crises and is tho safeguard of womans health The truth about this great medicine Is told in tho letters from woman being published in this paper constantly RM ROOFING InclUoies1bul FL Rhea eih i r g Senator Umrrnon ndUOMInlitrr tol lll50 jf r budnit rnomt bwnboutrtais09 rrr itsIu u f4sit ItM The Signatural Of y l ITnrAMMEXTAHY CAXAI i Loser end ct eeo saaiumsItd1which vontryt the load from the threat In tn of t eat of ton h lliiailrnuiii lull hiadder t s email lour r i Vermiform endd cendlner to Tnnre roin II fitmraAlntt r iu It Hlicmuld nn aret II lana Till duiklenum Ucontlnupu with IM iniAll latrdole The mull InUn vmptle Into the Urulnltftlite or colon the crcum The arrow Indlcat the direetlonairh the content of the bowel moot take b- palg tbrvuaa 101 plmentary cyaal tOe 25c 50c I This lithea- dnitinotablet nercrsoU In bulk Bears IinIUst Far Over Thirty Years 4TheKind You Have Always Bought Tel CUR TKtlTNEW Cm mg I B= If you will buy threei Old Virginia Cheroots and smoke them today you will get j= the greatest amount of comfort and = inj= You havent any idea how good they = are and cannot have until you try them Try three today instead of a 5c cigar = = Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this you Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 centss l t ii L 1NCRRSTRRGUN Tells all about Winchester Riflss Shofgcns and Ammunition Send name and address en a postal now Dont delay if you are interested WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO WINCHESTER AVENUE NEW HAVEN CONN DR MGFFETTS 1 Allays Irritation Aids Digestion ChildiofCostsOrmsllSocentstoCJ MOFFETT M D ST LOUiS MO CHICAGOTO OMAHA ols Double Daily service Ncwllnerfafock font Dubuque Waterloo part qpOPcU1hiasnuaet ears ilef pine cars n tree reclining chair cars dtnlnscarv Send to the undrrtlfiied fora tree copy of Pictures and NoU EnRout Illustrat log tits new as seen from the car window connectingIota LADIES I When Doctor and others fall to relieve nu try NF11lltttuererfalls fox free MrsJI llovuu Hllwritukcv Was IEnrhotJTenjoys custard made from liiirnhama Cream Custard Just dissolve in hot milk and set away to harden Indorsed by physi cians as a healthfu and nutritious food for Children and Invalid All Grocers are tir fog a lOc package free to purchaser of si package of Hurntuma Hasty Jclycon th finest Jelly prenarat nn Order todav pisors CIRE OR KlltKt tlitneat Cough Syrup TuwsOoui Dee In time Sold br draernla CONSUMPTION A N KE 1826 WIIKX MHITIVO TO ADVEKTIHE please state that you saw U e Advertlaa sent In thus paper 30 FEET OF BOWELS are packed away in your insides and must be kept clean in order and doing business Its a long way with many turns and pitfalls to catch the refuse and dog the channel ifnot most carefully dayWhen canal is blockaded look out for troublefurred tongue bad breath belching of gases yellow spots pimples and boils headaches spitting up of foodafter eating an allaround disgusting nuisance Violent pill poisons or griping salts are dangerous to use for cleaning out the bowels They force out the obstruction by causing violent spasms of the bowels but they leave the in testines weak andeven less able to keep up regular movements than before andmake a larger dose necessary next time Then you have the pill habit which kills more people than the morphine and whiskey habits combined TVX only safe gentle but certain bowel cleansers arc sweet fragrant CASCARETS because they dont force out the foetal matter with violence but act as a tonic on the whole 30 feet of bowel wall strengthen the muscles and restore healthy natural action Buy and try them Lookout for imitations and substitutes or you cant get results Cascarets arc never sold in bulk Look for the trademark the longtailed Con the box You will find that in an entirely natural way your bowels will be promptly and permanently Made CLEAN and STRONG byG- et I ithe eesutne yes wa t results Tablet Is msrkeJ ccC Cueatlare serer mold to bulk butMatta alwlfs In IhIIChl blue mels att5etld locItalleeS C lcd- ce C lIh a txc IDRUGGISTS To any needy mortal who cant afford to buy we will mall a box free Address Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New YorkCIS i 3 A141411sINPEK1Nelvs Chinese Capital Proves to lie True METHOD OF ENTRY NOT DETAILED Some Imports tiny That Tlnrc Vns Severe Fl liiliii While Uihuis- Suy Tluro Vas Noia- Ailni lliim9 i iillrnii Itir Hi jiitrt mill Mi Mini All the 1iirrlttii- lcuitllino III rUInu An uf- oIntrt ChlrieNrltvlc- rlondonItig NTllt hUfiuul edi tion ol the Daily Telegraph piiblUhen II npeclul dlnpateh Iroiu SliiuiKliiil wldoh Myai Tin llien entered kliiff inioppoiiiHl and met with friendly riHcpt Ion from prince Chin g All tilt iiKllle eleiiientM Irate already upll from the city Tlie iiuperiiil HiMrt left fur ShenSl on August 11 with till Miiiiulnm The Kniiiu troops hurt gout MniithweMt with the object of druwliif lilT tit nlllex and prevnt tug them from following up the oourt Londiin Ang Idflit heamny nn cotintn of the method nf retry Into IokitiK ore eontrMilictory some inn it tnllilNtr that there wnn nevere tight Inu iiHil nl iiTa that the riitrnnce wan tint UMIM New Chwiuii WHS npiiii niUekeil on Aitriit 13 but the Ito c + aiaM repnilwd 1tIM hlne e intllet tag henry IINU although they art rUlferrd e erely- Actonline In n lia ateli to the Dally Kxpre from ChpFmi the ill Mleh from Mr rI1r which waa re rejved by Initcil Slatro l oiuul lo-wIr Wcdnetdii uflcr yi x that ull ORN Ii1R A1Pttlfl OSEIlm Commaixlf of the Hrltuh Forces un th Way to rkln the American wen ulhe except the IngUa baby andwrsrn mariner ad mitted that there wa noine wleknew but aalH that hv esprtteil food would lard until relief raan- eSannalI rtlajmubt MX that 15m JK iW Kuaiif Mu ae e iiHMinltHl till IWpreaa dowaarr to llnlan IM niuelt v nfalnal bwill Prince Tunn emit NMMleri the tear Kusird of the lm jxirlHl iMHXirt of which the Boxer- formtll M per rent It wan expected that Gru Tent lah Slanjf would for low after the arrivalof the nlllen All the plae tnwauren were Klit I- iilrali Pu- IVfclHsr relieved on the nigh of the Dili Thla menaajje was ie tchel lit the iulnrialcustoms otllee In U nloti rout the cominiwioner of Itiatnma In ChePoii It la the oral site lal MieMage that bar reHehnl Kng Intel In ionlJriimtlon of this earlier rr purl ProreitllHsr to dlM naa the prnlwM Itlesi of etHWHtlnn of hoatllltieti hti Morning POM Hsmimea that the fait il ritatea are wlllina to alwndoii nny plea of further trtrrewive action but it qiifstliini thin dlapoaltlon of ClIr many and the other towers In njfrtf tii huch n coiiriii Ilrtriini Iriini Imvler Any INIhl nottni 1tifntlr of state nniken public the following plnln leleiaiii tTeeiveil rrl Clay evening from the Inited StntcH 1iiiiBiil at l hr Iou CheKuo Autf 17 1000 Uecelved t AtlKiiat 17th 75S p m Secretary if Stall ScslrhingtnitbSeenteenth day nn rrl reporta allle nttueked Pekln Ob KtiiiAte ifMilatniifi Kveiiliii Jnpinesi entered enpltnl with other forces Inc int lltitely Mirroiiiiileil lc iitii iiK In o1II1I1t wife ltimiiCM lonit over too Chtttrtn ItiliH iiiilriu Ihr Sync 111slili tiii lug IS1hr navy leKirtiiient reoelvwl the follosvlitliiahligram from Adtn tlnc t Tiiku Aug 17 u artIturenu of Navigation Vnxhington Just re eolved telegram from IienTalii dntcd Ittth v p m Peking wiu eiiptureil mi AugiiHt IX Foreign legntlonit IInII bofo Detiill follow Kliortly ISignrd ft1311Y drill r of ISn Hellef Column Toklo is IvtnictH from a long dliiptteJi describing the ndviitici l of the allied fircf front TienIulii titIr 1IIIldal nlviiicc nu IVUing acs ltiil 7 id nprui t iMtil of wr in which fsI r ti iili pirl hi M it Vnir TKII iitst 7 null at lVt nlvilllie ciiliiinrH were drWII 1111 lit fol Pusalastk THE SUNDAY SCHOOL rantu In the Inlrrnntliitinl Serin for 111111 Iflim Iran lilt t Mitiiluril 1nlnllon1lI1IJohn 10111 Verily verily say unto you lie that hNItllIOthe name a thief and u robber Hut tin that eutrrnlh III by the door In the shepherd or t1harpTo him lain imrt r oiieiieth and Ihn hers tear hU vulro unit ho cHltetli hi own ihttip by namu unit leadotli them out And whan he tutlrth forth hls own sheep ha north before them unit the ehwp follow him for they know hls voice t And a ntrnnc r will they not fol low but will Ilea from him for they know nut the volca of alrIIra6 Thli puriihli upaku Jrniiri unto them but lhiy undnnliMMl nut wliut thins they were which Ha qpa unto them Then until Ju unto thim iianln Verily verily nay unto you Ins lint dale or the rhI nrI riit hear them mantIn And sieQ and find panturo The slot cometh not hurt for to uteal pod to kill and to dealniy I am come that they might hive life stout 1that they might have It more abundantly am the ootl nhvpherd the Rood hophenl Klveth till life for the sheep II Hut lie that an hireling and not tho dhepherd whom own the sherp am 1nut peeth the wolf coming and loaveth the iihwp unit IlcolIIInI the wolf nulrlietli them and mntlerelh the cheep II The hlrillni fleeth borauM he ban hlrrllrK and rllo not fur the prep Im the umxl Rhepherd and know My nheep and am known of mine U Ai the Father Icnoweth Me even co knoweth the Father and lay down my Ilfo fcr the beep And mher cheep I have which ore not of his told them also muni hrlni and they nhull lunar My voice and there dial be one fold und one ahepherd 111111111 TiT Till miil licplirril Ultitlt III life for lhrbrryrluhn hail NOTKH AND COMMKNTS- Tb Shfphenl of the tubers Vers- eslThu connection of thU Iecaon with the taint In marked Not mdy does U belong to the rotas retie of din rouerabatitspipnentlauhlnrpneonthe of the blind man 1be pharlaic were nnxlous to divert the craft for the restoring of this mans tight from heats They said to Him flee Uocl the gory ire know that this mass fens la a eloper The repay of the man wan vw Inentlv sensible Theorizing nan not In hie line but he hail one hardcolid substantial tact upon which to stand Wlether be be a inner bIII II kiKnv nut tine tiling know that burns I wan blind now I ster Thi ivniM not a iputei It was evident to il It was no theory but a fart So thug made him repeat bla story and n hug determined to put anyone out of the iyna ogee who acknowledged Irkiii to be the Cbrlat the pharlecs followed him band with quest lens un til he boldly declared It this man Mere not from Ood he could io noth ing least heard that they had east him out of the synagogue and finding him declared Himself to be the Son of Gad Then turning to tL pharlaeea uprke tbla parable of the rood ibephiril riming the ilUtinotliiu between the 1true and falie anrirn Tbe priests and pbariirm dead In the place of vhfphtroV to the ehKirtn of Irrnel their reMflou gtildca and Instructor They lad misuses their lsoitlrra suit ttltuted late doctrine and led Slit hecp aatray They atrnve for pr sonalndvamtngrlorplHltlcnandhtour 1and not for the pood of tltore In their charge The parable In rraly an ur ralffauirtit of throe folie tencler 1eiiUR the Door prAIII1TIIIIIon tradlitinctlon to chip urorldlyself eel lnif attitude Ipux declare lllrr ttt to lie the door of the sherp The pbnrUteft hat tii t untlrrslood tin pr able Jriun points cut the applica sciao The thief couicth not tint for- tI Meal and to kill and to destroy They had hero thieve In the foUl of the MuKtcr Irm Instead of rcrk Injr personal advantage dccarrs He lap come that they mlRht have life nil that they rrlplit hove It teen abutidnntly JeiiiK the Shepherd Cersre lllfl Not only la drsni the door the way to tier tint He iii theShrphrrd Theheep tiiloni to Him The min win rare for the herp for Him furl little inter rat In the welfare of tbelleep Tiny Jly for their own nfety at the cry of wolf Jesus the true Shepherd will lay llln vrry tlfe down for the dares- fie phnrUero hnve ivnlrned to be the ambHK ndors of Gal but they Inns trot Godp sou JPNIIa knows the ther and Ills Fnthera Interest ore lilt therefore the Khrrp nl true III God nu1IU Christ tlalKnow Illn voice Iy mid by nil such Ineoar one One of the nnln hCIIII to lie found In nil this xtcrr outside of its plainly evntiRellstle tenehlni Is that we troy l now the true teacher IhIlIt who can be trusted 1Ilhl last that lie neels not his own Interfsts but the litter eats of others The iinMltsi life Is Ieiift of power nnd Intliience an engiturn Note In the lesson the many oiJrcti preneiit and dense from tlien tlirlr ls 1aunty The door the sheep the hln and waif nil fun n distinct trncli n Duty of ToDnj Today also luir es n dnJ lx hurt cru1 itrotlier daily wlilli If In called today hl nny of you be hoot curd throtirli te drerlthdreaN of sin Irlliire to use tc present nny outcries wltli It tin pOMKlbllity tlint we rr otli Prs nay be hanlcicil 1fnenllll 1risbyterlanT1 Oritit Ttilfis It OUR mt to Reri nrt1 to me to nerve Time but ratiep nils dot b Impart Hoch to me and worderfnl tlmt thon vourhsnfcst to receive Into shy service one so puor and unworthy Inmlne of the llor e irnprovemCntLerlleelricity The jwinmi wheel to ruin liin ractIhatproveitevalueIIwreliver trouble It is Nature s own remedy and the only one to cure dy i cp ia or weal ilomuch inn Ioiui or view Fair Medical Student What do you think of women tar pliiriin Pal Donor oink they are all right inromfromganooo a 1rry Lsitr llllnlltl CharlesIIu follows I would net take 500 for the Rood 1ihiicrii Ixition lia ilunc my ton The phyiician who had treated him for fifteen oiranulatedandLolion raIeuraLotionatwalnWhy the minute he paid we all bon row u himlndiIIlloli Journal The llnxer of Cuiun problerabutand wlil never urerrd Some twos e io this country term o think that have as great a puzzle on their hands in selecting a location for a home They will certainly go about it in the wrong way unlcts they in ipect the beautiful fanning country on the IaulHllilwyplentylinetimeVlqEitnllinraga orilinawithwhenctheye Do Your Ieet Ache nnd flaunt Shake into your shoe Allens Foot Kaie a Jtowder for the feet It makes tight orNew ItchmslollCnSwcuii Feet All Druggutt and Shoo Stores el t iV Sample rent 1KKK Address Alleu S UlintUd toy N andtoadlkhud ana not of the heartllotun 1raa- ecript Tho itel Preirliillon for Chill and lever l11 bottle of fiauvEt TAKTCITM CUIIL T tie Ito lillllhlrIIIIIIIIiuIIII11I utuMulimalorm Norurunopuy 1riccMX There is ony one excuse for haying on credit the hope that the merchant will for UGlobtTo Cur n Cold In One linT Take laxative Ilromo Unlni TuWit1 All drunivu refund money Ilt tails to cure 2oc thisbridetine ut her wedding eleventh in a column of 13InduuapolisJournalPios we eve nJhllllimrib 10 1800 Iast mister af oliticalartseh Is there any higher do ree Oh yes ottmaster you know Detroit Journal witPrtsnecessaryBald Whit profitelh man if he wins the jack pot anduses on the next days races Town fopcs ABSOLUTESECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Muot Dear Signature of 7Sec PacSlmlle Wrapper below f ItoCARTERS BTTLE rOil HEADACHE FOR DIZZINESS FOR BILIOUSNESS FOR TORPID LIVER FOR CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SKIN FOR THE COMPLEXION uunvinu IU lwn rs bateI Panty TmtaJlll1I CURE SICK HEADACHE TilE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAmI NOTRB UAMI2 INDIANA PUII COURSUS IN Clawlcr Letters lco nnmics end Itltor7Jeurnalisni An Science Pharmacy and llcc trial UnElncerln ArdiltcctureT- horoUKli Ircparatury ond Commeclal Courses Uootns lute to alt Students who hate mIptctcil the KtuJir required for oilmluinn Into the Juno T or Senior Year soy of the Collegi ate urset- Rooms to Rent moderate charge In ttidntsover seventeen for Ioltrgtate toiirteA limited cumber of Candidate fur the Hccle slxtlcal state will t e received at special raleISI ldwurds Mall for l y under U equlcmenl1ThoS71h OICWhen a reparation has an ndvertited rep illation that is worldwide it means that ircf arition is inentoriotH If you gn into store to buy an article that a hed audyCelharlicendorsement of the world TIe judgment of the people is infallible because it is im retailorxvlio wants to 1ullfometliing tint in glare of the article you ask for hat an IX to Dont it stand to 1llyrbecauseour of your credulity Dont you tee through game The non who will try to sell you a siibstltuto for Caxcurct is fraud Beware of him He in trying to steal the honestly earned benefits of a repu paielCorrhalhiAhumitosvnro InhllikC on every box and each tablet stamped CCC No Geraldine the partition of China Is wallIndianapolis lliillM Cuturrli Cure Is taken Internally Price 75c reduceitUoloo toYhowtot Paleand WeakWomen Beauty and strength In women vanish early In life becauso of monthly pain or some menstrual Irregularity Many suf for silently and see their best gifts fade away Lydia Eo Plnkhami Vegetable Compound i helps women preserve roundness of form and freshness of face be cause it makes thor entire female organism healthy It carries woman safely through the various natural crises ofrwomans health The truth about this groat medicine is told in tho letters from women being published In this paper constantly RoPE ROOFINGt cent pr square foot rap end nnlli Included fiePuyFRANKLIN COLLEGE u JAhmimr tr cthj sr and lo minute touMIJOk rear bati board ntl rnomsURftthanrnttt no tree lie plu U tin rd p 1e n l tllLilllS UK rear Z1 I tower M ot wlich coin from the tbro t to lh of lom cln l lrlorlo end ot rolon II l IJ Anm rtt the lanai tOe 25c 50c FbIs tablet Bears The Signature Of ITifF AIIUFXTAnV CAVAI rroheemo qlscoatlomarlii CartlUoend oIoniieenrTnnrere ItiKlum Theduoenembeontinatt thslereeretlonrrmuanfua6 allmentarr genuine soldro u Cl For Isfats and Children I In 1 rOyer Use SThe Kind You Have Always Bought INa CINsDi COYsa rt UIIUIInNw 0 I eIO loI= If you will buy three = Old Virginia Cheroots and smoke them today you will get j= the greatest amount of comfort and = a satisfaction that 5 cents will buy in U a smoke and get it three times over J = 1areTry three today instead of a 5c cigar = Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this r year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 centsrM R l MSIBs I WNCHESTER Send name and address en a postal now Dont delay if you are interested WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO WINCHESTER AVENUE NEW HAVEN CONN DR MOFFETTS Allays Irritation Aids Digestion T BowelsETeething Powders TEETMINA Relieves JhtBowd ofCostsOr mill 25 centtoCJMOFFETTMDSTLOUISMO CHICAGOTO OMAHA DoubleDaily Service OcwllneT1anock ford Dubuque Waterloo fortI kxl roan d cil HIuRi Harem libra ry mokln tars steeping cars tree rUDInIl cnalr cudining car Kepcl to the uodrrslcDed fora tree copy of Pleuraeand Notes EnRout Illustrat ing new line aseen from the car window connectinglateI iniCCI wren Doctor andothersfalllorelleTe N FJIU It never fatir lloz trrr Mrll AUowun Milwaukee Wla Uvrryliody lurnhamCreamand set away to harden Indorsed by physi clans as a healthful and nutritious food tea givingJclyconthnnest GUStS IthtHt All tlbt neat Cough Syrup Tastes Ooud Cso In time Polrt brdnicdrta CONSUMPTION A N KR 1826 WIIEX VUITI0 TO ADVERTiaEB- plruic etuto that you saw the AilverUMp sent In tel super 30 FEET OF BOWELS cleaninIts a long way with many turns and pitfalls to catch carduUycleanedWhen this long canal is blockaded look out for troublefurred tongue bad breath belching of gases yellow spots pimples and boils headaches spitting up of foodafter eatingan allaround disgusting nuisance Violent pill poisons or griping salts Are danger ous to use for cleaning out the bowels They force out the obstruction by causing violent spasms of the bowers but they leave the in testines weak and even less able to keep up regular movements than before and make a larger Jose necessary next time Then you have the pill habit which kills more peopleIthan the morphine and whiskey habits combined The only safe gentle but certain bowel cleansers are sweet fragrant CASCARETS because they dont force out the foecal matter with violence but act as a tonic on the whole 30 feet of bowel wall strengthen the muscles and restore healthy natural action Buy and try them Lookout for imitations and substitutes or you cant gettresults Cascarets are never sold in bulk Look for the trademark the longtailed Con the box You will find that in an entirely natural way your bowels will be promptly and permanently Made CL AN and STRONG by- u I th temdne ll wart rewttsl Tablet U marked ccC GscareN are sever sold 10 bulk bul only aJ Iayl In Ihe IIchl blue metal onrwlehdle ewudC Lock for Iho trad nwkIhe C IIIlh lone u tithe Colin IDRUGGISTS To any needy mortalwho cant afford to buy we will mall a box free Address Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York 416 ISUBSCRIBE 1FOR THE CITIZEN r inns Wir m f the All alitihini nee IvIIh Lrn found an wlucatiimiil ImUT who t troy m rvolou atnee for lit wort He hoe great enlhul m for the t fi plen the 8outhrrn inonntalu Diil lie Irnnnt him to Inspire unit help tb m Kmrir f Ktrirmjbr ilarfk WO For the Mountain People The mountains of the South cover part of nine states The mountain people of Kentucky tire as a rule in advance of those of most of the other states For example in the Kentucky mountains we find flue stone chimneys which witness to the enterprise skill and industry of the people while in the Carolina moun tains we find moro stick chimneys Berea tins done more than all other to befriend the mountain peo 40ple and adapt its work to their newts President Frost has undo friends for them everywhere by telling of their noble qualities and their services to the nation in the civiloar Prof Mason has just returned from a jourI ney to the old world where he went on purpose to find out how to help the mountain people manage their farms and forests butter When more of our Kentucky young people graduate front the Normal Deptirt ment they will be sent to teach in othur states as well as iu their own Boron sends out its proclamation to all the young mint and young ladies of the mountains and tells them to take courage Wo can show you the way of progress Wo can introduce you to good friends Helen Gould the first lady iu America carne all the way from her home in New York city to see Bereft College and to show her interest in the young people Be rep is educating Baron and its students will make the mountain region one of the wry best parts of our whole country A Problem in Arithmetic Cost tit a term 01 School at Heiva Berea is not n moneymaking institution It gleet the services of all its teachers It charges only an incidental fee to help pay for sweeping and warming the school rooms eto The Hospital fee insures lure in any sickness so that you are safer iu Berea thin at hOUlel still tlion you must live at Berea you have to eat even if you stay at home You nay board yourself under proper regulations hoard in approved families in Berea or hoard at cost iu College buildings ThoI items aro given bolow and should bo studied carefully Notice especially 1 Room fuel incidental fee and IIadtanclwinter 50 cents less in the spriugC 3 Students below Grammar schoolsI pay only SSfiO for incidental I Students in A Grammar told be low have free textbooks 5 Students bring their own lied Hug and towels 0 If you get any work to do for the College you are paid at tho end of each month iu credits on school expenses i They cant lend you money but the Treasurer Mud every teacher will be iour friend To r7 the flrtt daytLAHinr HAM School ln nt l PH so ii m Ex i JlotIltal Z A gbnMa about OJIaloobgDrpo ilt i Uoom stop i bletci ou n loll 2O t uIpent Laundry nm Mmtb1 Hoard o LhID1j7 10 h 28 asK- ey pailt rttumwd 00 114 Total lIxp vr IK W fl 71 47 75 For those blow GrAmmar deduct the jJ for boot sad from Incidental fee makliiu Ihej total only 3M7V when four gird room together etch raves SI on room ami 52 or more un fuel nuking the total only KlW The prier of u hll rnlf a little Undiirk or a h w houe pun r nr will ulvru tirin of client vlilrli null rlmner ones hole life for the lirttrrl The iiKiimtains sent tOO men into till tniou Army They held Kentucky in tho Tiiiou and mule West Vir gin scathe from secession And they are going to help tnt nation in the future OllC poi clei CG Jackson County gel ltCII The whooping cough is raging in this vicinity Corn crops look better in this coun try than for years Opening of the Fall Term nt Berea will take away some of our best young peopleT Luke killed a wild turkey recently and seemed as proud as if he had killed a War Itllllludcorn are scarce iu this country but the moonshiners man age to keep a full supp- lyRockcastle County DIslllltalltuiT C this week dumaglltoJackson county The meeting at Clear Creek churchI broke up Monday H C Uowlett and Sods Holmauj traded farms last week u M Payne overseer of the Davis road commenced work the 10th toi1M000More than usual nro planning to attend school at Berea this fIIIJ J Williams father of Dr John M Williams died at Mt Vernon Monday morning He wits the wealthiest man in Rockcastle county We have just discovered or atj least brought to general notice a re murkably line spring on Davis Branch half a mile from tho school house It comes from limestone rock iu a strong stream falling some thlirnmOUAnear land interesting scenery make tills a most inviting spot Blotches and excresonces which so often annoy people are simply efforts or nature to throw oil impediments to the proper performance of her duties Ilerbine willllidIlId assist nature hor work and insure a skin clear inI bountiful entirely free from till ixirfections Price Octs S Welch Jr Owsley CountyI Conkling Wo have good corn crops stud fiuo vegetables hut rain is badly needed Some of the boss on Doe Creek had a fight Saturday night thug II over their piscatorial sports No ono seriously hurt Tho Teacheix Institute convened uicelylhere Booneville Aug 1JJ The schools over several schools but the contest ants have like the Arabs folded their tents and marched away The young folks of this vicinity by previous arrangement m t at Melvin utoruilagAuggrove on a hil where they Meld a moat enjoyable picnic Ihrt were evidences of Indian grttvpHor mouixls A cowl spring bubbled up from th hillside A lovely view of the South1 Fork made the sitt it most dci mini one for th occasion Mooiicvilli Hot weather A recent local storm injured corn crops Dr Simon of Louisville has been with us during the week examining eyes and fitting glasses J T Gevedon of Hazel Green Ky salesman for tho Baldwin Piano mud Organ Co is Mere on business Our teachers institute was made more profitable as well as pleasant by the presonco of Mrs Putnam and Prof Marsh of Berea The Republican County Committee meets today at this phieo to arrange for a primary election to nominate candidates for the various county of flees to be elected next year Several of our young people who wen at Boren last winter plan to he there for the fall term and stay through the year and new recruits 1IrIIlIerhinl is well adapted to the cure ofnil kinds because it thoroughly cleanses the stomach and bowels of all bilious humois and expels till impure secretions of the hIIPrice riI tits S E Welch Jr Clay County Itrlgbt Shade Thomas Holcomb of Buzzard Creek was here last week Oliver Wagers and wife made nI short visit to town Monday tiltIn More students are going to Berea for tho Fall Term this year M H Frederick was here last Sat piltuftsIned killed Grant Taylor recently Robert Greer and wife are the happy parents of a flue boy James Joseph Wagers of Manuhester vis ited his home nuqr here last Stun day ami Sunday Miss Sadie Smith who is teaching school on Otter creekvisited rela tives at Bright Shade Satunlwyand Sunday A free and easy expectoration in produced bv a few dose of CouMena Money of Tar in all cases of Hoarse Sore Throat or difficulty in breathing Price 2fi nod 50 etA s ft Welch Jr ItSthoolBorn to Catty Davidson a boo Lydia May died a week ago SI udaJI Simon Delph visited friends hreI Saturday Sarah Hubbard is the happy mother of a flue hey Sadie Smith fished friends ont Hamwouds IorkIJennie Smith visited relatives hurt Saturday anti Suuduy Larkin Jackson and wife are the parents of a fine baby girl William Jourdeu ainl wife visited relatives neon here Sunday Gilbert Root who attended the institute at Loudon is touching this week Daniel Smith who has been in Tennussoe returned Smnlay James Davidson who has been here since his fathers death returned to his home in Tonuassif j TtrCU TETII FAf 4 BOOV TO MANKINDIr24TL7d4ePlb1J7GlAJ tl6wI7R t16itAQi M fleL4r DRTABL RS BUCiEVE PILE 1rE lUBE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN f t CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILEDtTUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS Borrif so CETS- JKS F BALURD Sole Proprietor 3101 Hi Mair Street ST LOUIS MIII THE HOME Starting a New Home IlCOflll have instruction andad t all other subjects but gen untllor at least too often scorn council and even neglect to use their own boat judgment in this greatest venture of life starting a hone We will not speak now about the matter of choosing a lifo companion but tithe that for granted Hero is an honest temperate industrious truehearted man who Inns exchanged hearts with a healthy sensible cap able girl11e shall all lx glad tout tend their wedding io what is nccessnry for the new hone in which these two urn tollivt in hllppilhS and receive their friends and into which their children will1tO horn We do not think of luxuries hilt the simple comforts which thiink God any enterprising couplu in this country may hun What do you furnish for the hone John Well sir furnish a new loghouse with a stone chimney and n piece of land and built this house myself There is a cool spring Roust nunr and a spoke house tutu a stable have a horse that eon plow out my corn and carry double when meeting time lIIattocklandhave fifty dollars laid up to use if I should IK sick or when morn is add eil to it to buy more land it hiyonfitNot so much as I would like but enoughso that 1Paul help my chil thetreenod keep an account hook And 11111ltourlllllhow to use tools a bit know enough everythingmore Fur hooks have some Mhcml books that an like old friends on irfourof Life Mary has satin other and Wt are Kiiitf to take the CITII and the 1smx Ui rii NEWS a iqllow well to forwantalfd not Heck ward in tilt way of education stdyforMaryispleat IIttttly I tll Two students 1111fORtb other in the Iadie Hall out rvruiugchat fall sad the one who tad tn in several yttn nniiitd that the other girl was Wiping a t ar cut of her rye aidYourtoo But now I jutt feel that Berea a second Iud lugger Maul inLoyourlteranill however give JOu jut two or- hret HILLI Is THE SCHOOL Xcw Iduenthr BorIhlI- tegtuu It has tint yet IMHHUIU generally known that 15er Collect has incur ed a m v roan of highest lepulntiou training mul exigence to take charge of the Normal lttwrtment SlIpt1 W Dlnsmore of Keatriiv Nebraska Mrs ICIiza II ViHuin who has been at the head of this dtHirtiiiimt and who is known and love1anti admired by so wide u circle kits long fIt that she could do more good in the class room nod she is tninnferred to other work Profes or of German and as speciallyItituNlllitMl is spending tin tin ulcr in tlltllit Chicago t niversitv Irufssur PII u n u lit print of lifII rut uu ii u lii and one who is uidflv Rii ti if ie if the suiting niiii in diiriitintnil line He has just attended th Nit iUI1 Teachers Aatiation nt harlesUn s CITb Vc fjllf rYhln tfthis apIilllllllItSIIII1 Ili r Iftrr hntiug tnfI if 1lIttacna ti It1 S MARSH mil to lr1 g 1lllr he will hunt t chart of tin Nuriind Ie Mtrtnieut lierea College in a growi fOIllllomlntorm for a sturdy race of young nice md young women in the mountain listricts of the Central South It al Pady has an enrollment of about iUt- tail has taken Iralof the best ehool HIPP from the Wont including oriner President Fairchildof the State Agricultural College of Kansas nd former Principal March of Paw Lee City Neb There is one good tent for the suit rw ofa Kentucky teacher lIowI iianv pupil due s lit have in daily KtI l4lIrla Ill THE FARM Keeping Animal tlio bang lilt4111allitnnlall4iltiuteut tit long for it indicate an attachment for theta that one in loath to break lit yet a farmer who in raising nnimnls fur IIIH living cannot let vn timent interfile with what ho known to III wood busine Others kimp cattle too long simply hecHiiiw they happen to lx ignorant of the Intel time to dispoe of then Kilt k op waiting fur a better turn in ho mar kets to help theta gut good returns orIdoing better Inter induces a farmer to entry his herd over from month to utotdh and before knows it it you hits hlipxd by The animal urn meantime eating np nil the profit they Parr would him miide for thoir owners Htid pnhMiig the prime of life when they sell at It prices Va a We ran not nlTir ti situunit day longer thou the tune they reach full maturity or prime of lift t this period they hatehn gaining weight and flesh and every pound f feel that has been glum to them ht made its corresponding amount of tlsh Lilwral feeling of growing nit ara makes glad the heart of tho bunter or breeder but when the fond 4RtttII to exert its magic influence hen something seems to wrong Tile wrung in very often that the rat tie have nMd their prime and all futuru feeling will bring no gain Irinii cattle sold in the market Henna something awn than fat awl well developed cnrcanoen It iacludM certain tendernnw and juiciness of meiit which can be gained only through rapid growing and laying OB f fbsh Thin result hit bora ob tained by good feeding of good ant nmls lfthM animals had awed to grow the uiwt would begin to low much of its lost virtues It may not lie an easy matter always to tell just when an animal has cea ed to grow or when it has reached its full prime it is sore profitable to soil just More that Mriod and thus lose the Few extra launch she may have gair trl than to hold her a few weeks yond full maturity when she r nothing in weight and loses in iii ty Most of as are inclined ti ur cattle too long and it may Iw of value to some of to lootL the matter An we hampering ir elves by holding eattleoverfnf lil er markets when they should IN it once or are we selling them just 40011 IIH they have reached their prime andare in the very tacit condition for the market t E P Smith in alas iichusetts Iloiighsman iviuviuiiiv CHANCI ioit BEREA OLLE rEIUIOIIIII Over UO touchers TOO students Tioin UO states liu l Library In Kentucky Xo Sinuous DEPARTMENTS Fur those NOT sulllciiiit ly advanced to get a teachers cert ilicatt yearsIIIor tliosi slIlIIdcntlr nil vtuil ed to got a ouHirrs crrt lliciiti yoursI I teachingVI for life LitoruryAtljlllwtIX Berea General Hospital Twc ytL1furee in the caro of tho sick Berea pluces the host education in reach of all K fs trot a moneymaking institution Its instruction is a reo gift It aims to help tluwo who value education at d hill help theinselv and charges n small incidental fee tormITho school is endorsed by Bnptisis Coiigngationalists Disciples Methodists Presbyterians mid good people of ill denominations POI ilJorllUlio or friendly tutitce Hldrcnn tic ViceIresi ltnt 1O T FAI1CCII1LI IL Itorout Aliullson Co Ky WILL YOU MaT MOST OF YOURSELF OR BE CONTENT WITH SOMETHING LESS I JfSUBSCRIBE FOR THE CITIZEN FRES DENT FROST rrrIIIFfO it ti nalierat n atatI 1iiiMs lilt rIn ict tllo tiMiJiy Uw too 11111tiC the greet nriiKitiv net their Iriiiilt wet through In jccuro fn dot n for Mayo Irut Fmtgeudfather Wm Gad ell ens mull and hiiiitttl by the dirvry pt pie bvciiuw lie m a frl Bd of the NenriK real dent Vrost TlultetIat Obtrtln trherc he knew Langnat Hinl Scarborough and where he often met Frederick Doufrlni white ho taught alI Obtrlin linniftt Ix ve IIs Uibb Alexitnilr Mrs Mollk Churrh Turner and other 11I tlngniilinl colorist IfRden were amonc hta pu pile For the Colored People Berea s welcome to the colored pea pie is worth more every year used to say that Negroes PlopllIi learn but Berea showed they could And people used to say that learning would make Negroes lazybut the colored people who have been at Berea make their white neighbors move lively to keep up with them in industry Above all people even fOod peo pie used to think that awful thing would happen if colored and whit young people should attend tho sane school But an experiment of over thirty years since colored students were first admitted shows that tit evil consequences lime appeared alai that the two races are on bettor terns iu the region of Berea influent than anywhere else in the South When we look at the colored men Tierra has raised upmon like Bond at Nashville Twin pastor of one of the best colored churches in the world Wood ford in Virginia in n great industrial school Russell at Lexington Williams at Louisville and many others wo wonder why every colored family door not strata every nerve and get at least one son or daughter to Bereti The State Colored Teachers Asso ciation meets at Beiea next year be ginning July A Problem in Arithmetic Cost of a term of School at Keren Berea is not a moneymaking insti tution It lives the services of all its teachers It charges only an inci dental fee to help pay for sweeping and warming the school rooms etc Tho Hospital fee insures care in any sicknosg so that you ore safer in Bwen than at home And tlieii yoU must live at Berea you have to eat even if you stay at home You may board yourself under proper regulations board in approved families in Berea or board at cost in College buildings The items are given below and should ho studied carefully Xotice especially Room fuel incidental fee and one months board must be paid ill advance 2 Fuel will be 50 cents more in the winter iiOcents less in the spring 3 Students below Grammar school pay only S350 for incidental fee 4 Students in A Grammar and below late free textbooks 5 Students bring their own bed ding and towels 0 If you get any work to do for the College you are paid at tho end of each month in credits on school expenses 7 They cant lend you money hut the Treasurer and every teacher will be your friend To trey the tint day HOWjtU IAMK1 HALL HALL 111 fin ulinul Fee 11 Jl VI f Ilixpital Fee K hensc etc about 200 J Key Deposit W IdHim idtore table etc 2 06 2 W Fuel and 01 2 M 3 tit Kent nf hAUnlryaFirst Month Hoard 7rtet a l1liI 500 00 75 Key DeiK lt returned I q Ttnl Kxjien f la Vikit 73 27 7ih For those b low A Grammar deduct the In Look and1 from Incidental fee making th tot lonlyS2l7 When tour tirl room together each laves SI en room and Ji or more on fuel nicking the toll only I2175- The prlte or u big calf n little tiinlmrb or n few lniineiiun bed coera will give trriii of school which will change one whole life for the better Two Kinds of Negroes- A man is a unto Every human being is made so that he can go up or down improve or degenerate Since the war wo hear more of the crimes of the Negro In slavery till wrongdoings of tho Negro were dealt with on tho plan dilution and the Negro had some training from his master Since tho war some Negroes hove been growing worse But on the other hand other Negroes have used their freedom well The family the church and the school are bringing up a better raco than slavery ever did Goii csporcleii eei Jackson CountyII cnrcellJThe whooping this vicinity Corn crops look better in this cotta try than for years Opening of tho Fall Term at Berea will take away some of our best young peopleT Lake killed a wild turkey recently and seemed as proud as if he had killed a bear Meal and corn are scarce in this country but the moonshiners man age to keep a full supp- lyRockcastle County Dispiitauta T C Holt is building a fine crib this week damageIto corn crops H C Thomas has returned from Jackson county IThe meeting at Clear Creek church up Monday C Rowlett and Sody Hohnm III farms last week U M Payne overseer of the Dims road commenced work the 10th W H Thomas has the finest to bacco patch in the neighborhood More than usual am planning to attend school at Borou this fall J J Williams father of Dr John M Williams died at Mt Veruon Monday morning He was the wealthiest man in Kockcastle county We have just discovered or at least brought to general notice n re markably fine spring on Davis Brunch half u mile from the school house It comes from limestone rock in a strong stream falling some ten feet and tastes as good ns the famous Mallory wider The cave near by and interesting scenery make this a most inviting spotI Blotches and excresences which so often annoy people are simply efforts of nature to throw off impediments to the proper performance of her duties Her nature in hor work and insure a skin clear and beautiful entirely free from all imperfections Price 50 cts S E Velch Jr Owsley County Conkling We have good corn crops and fine vegetables but rain is badly needed Some of tho boys on Doe Creek lad n fight Saturday night Aug 11 over their piscatorial sports No one seriously hurt The Teachers Institute convened- at Booneville Aug 13 The schools of this county are progressing nicely There has been some controversy over several schools but the contest ants have like tho Arabs folded their tents tad marched away The young folks of this vicinity by previous arrangement met at Melvin lolcombs store Saturday morning Aug 11 and repaired to an adjacent grove on a they held a most enjoyable picnic Here were evidences of Indian graves or mounds A cool spring bubbled up from the hillside A lovely view of the South Fork made tho site n most desirable for the occasion IOIW Itooiicvillo Hot weather A recent local storm injured corn crops Dr Simon of Louisville has been with us during the week examining eyes and fitting glasses J T Gevedon of Hazel Green Ky salesman for the Baldwin Piano and Organ Co is hero on business Our teachers institute was mad more profitable as well as pleasan by the presence of Mrs Putnam and Prof Marsh of Berea Tho Republican County Committr meets todayat this place to nrnmg for a primary election to uominat candidates for the various county of flees to be elected next year Several of our young people who were at Berea last winter plan to bo there for the fall term anti stay through the year and new recruits are joining tho Boron regiment every tiny Herbino is well adapted to the cure of fevers oftill kinds because it thoroughly cleanses tIll stomach bowels of all bilious htimots and ox pels all impure secretions of the body Price jfl cts S E Welch Jr Clay County Hrllit Simile Thomas Holcomb of Buzzard Creek was hero last week Oliver Wagers land wife made a short visit to town Monday Henry Hubbard and wife are the proud parents of n fine girl More students are going to Heron for the Fall Term this rear- M 11 Fnehrickwas here last Sat inlay nod Sunday taking pictures shotlal1dRobert Greer and wife are the hap py parents of a fine boy James Joseph Wagers of Manchester visited his home near here last Saturday anti Sunday Miss Sadie Smith who is teaching chool on Otter creek visitid rela tires nt Bright Shade Saturday mid iundny A free and tally expectoration is irodnewl by a few doses of Conssens Honey of Tar iu till cases of HOHW Sore Throat or dilhctilty iu brmUi ing Price 25 And BO cts S It Welch Jr Ogle School is closed this week Born to Catty Davidson a boy Lydia May died a week ago Sunday howIer of a line boy Sadie Smith usited friends on rlummonds Fork Jennie Smith visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Larkin Jackson and wife are the parents of u fine baby girl William Jotmlon and wife visited relatives near hero Sunday Gilbert Root who attended the in stitute at London is teaching this week Daniel Smith who has been in Tennessee returned Sunday James Davidson who hits been hero since his fathers death returned to his home in Tennessee TUTOR TEETERS SJ1Y11a A SOON TO MANKIND DR TABlER BUCKEYE JLEJP111E IlL CURE r A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTif 60 CEHTS I KS F BALIARD Sole Proprietor 310 t Ji Mile Sliest ST LOUIS MH THE HOME Starting n Now Home People have instruction and ull vice about till other subjects but gen entityor at least too often scot council and oven neglect to use thci own best judgment in this breaks venture of life starting a homo Wo will not speak now about the nuttier of choosing a lift companim but tako that for granted lien is an honest temperate indtistrioii truehearted man who hits exchange hearts with a healthy sensible capable girl Wn skull till bo glad to at tend their wedding Now what is necessary for till nets home in which these two art to lire in happiness tied receive their friends anti into which their children will hi born 7 Wo do not think of luxuries hut tho simple comforts which thniil God tiny enterprising roiiplo in this country may have What do you furnish for till home Iohn7 Well sir furnish anew loghous with a stone chimney and a piece or land and I built thi house mysolf There is a cool spring house near am n smoko hoimo and a stable han u horso that can plow out my corn und curry double when meeting thru Domes have an ax ate a mattock anti a plow and other tools And have fifty dollars laid up to use if should bo sick or when more is add id to it to buy snort hind with What books nod bmins do you furnish John Not so mueh as would like fiat enough MI that Itan help my chit Iron to get more I lmv lieen to tin free school so that eau wiiteii letter tied kltp an account book1ud I hue two terms at Keren and bare learneil how to rue a dictionary mitt how to use Iixlsa hit know enouxli so lint I dont think know everything anti enoughao that can learn iiton For hooks have stone wihcol niyBiblefour storrhlroksaud he Uoyal Path if Life Mary has sine others lint ww art jr iuic to take tin CITII a iml tilt tsiux OOSPEL NEW s allow well forward unit not hick wanly in the wavof iiluratijn rwolyfor larJiwent friendly I aet + Two students pit Mtl each other in the Lndifft Hull out evening Ui t fall and the OIIH who bar Ireii in Bercl- serrral years noiiitd that the other girl JeIYour are homesick uwl to be too limit now jnsr feel hat Berea is a second anti a bigger h nn Wo wish that we culled show youl in yourBereawill however give you just two or three HILL IMRc r1TNAN ACIIAN teaivKnvnonv t x Aat THE SCHOOL A New IMncalnr Fur Till Itcginn It IUIK not yet Innonie goiiorally known that Merea College has secur ella now auto of highitHt reputation training anti experience 10 take charge of the Noriiui Dfjmrtment SuptI W DiiiNinore of Heatriiv Nebraska Mrs Eliza II Yocum who bait been at tIll head of tins ilcNiriiut nt nuil who is known sad loved and admired by so wide n circle has long Mt that sho ounUl do more good in tht claws room and she is tmiiMferrnl to other work us Professor of CierniHii and as sistunt in English She is Mpecinllv iinlified for those lixirtiiHiitM and is spending the Minimcr in study tit Chicago Inivormtr y Profffwor Diniiiif a nrtn in the prime of life n list nrni teacher anti who in widely known M cue of lone cowing men in ediicntiotml lines Ho has just attended the Natiotnl Teachers Aanocmtion at Charlestcu S CTil XfHoiinl Trarhrr says of this appointmentSnpt DIMMI T ifter having Ixtti rerlcchl it Ur trier with ins crrtxsr f Kjl iry dtIi dt i cept a PRINCIPAL MARSH i call to Bcrea College Ky where he will here charge of tho Normal De partment Beren College is a growling institution with substantial en dowmont and a great work to per form for a sturdy race of young uteri and young women in tho monntaii districts of the Central South It al really has an enrollment of about 701 and has taken several of the bolt school men front tho West inch adiug former President Fairchild of tin State Agricultural College of Kansas and former Principal Marsh of Pnw net City Neb Thoro is one good test for the sac lencherllowitendance THE FARM IeugIIt n very uommt ndalil nud hu inmiitnrian Htilimont to keep cattle too long for it indienitw an nitncli uncut for tinin that cue is loathe to break and yet a fann ir wln in raining animals for hit living rantiot let sn tinienl interfile with what he knows to be a good iMminetM Other Keep cattle too lung simply IJ4IIIIIIM they Impiwn to lx ignorant of thf heist time to diwlutae of them and keep waiting fora holt IT turn in the mar kets to help them get good returns Sometime this living in the hopo of doing better tutor induces a Urnmr to curry his herd over from mouth to month and before hit known it a year has slipped by The nnitnals are iiienntime eating up nil the profits theyever would Imxe nuulc fur their owners anil are passing the prime of life when they sell ul IIlt prices FRur UAJu- NWowuniol 0 alTird to keep oat throne day longer than the tina they reach full maturity or prim of mil Up to this period they have boon gaining in wotght nod lush ami ovnry KMind of feed thnt has learn given to them tins made its torresfwmliug aiiimiut of dash Liberal feeding of growing aniiimls makes glad tho himrt of till fnrnior or breeder but when thin food Muses to exert its miigie inlliiunce then Komcthing seems to bo wrong The wrong is very often that tIlItlie have passel thick prism and all future feeding will bring no gain IIrllllo tattle sold in tho market menus something more than fat null well developed carcasses It includes a certain tenderness and jnlcinuPH of meat which can ln gained only through rapid growing land laying on of lliisli This result has been ob tained by good feeding of good ani malH If these animals had ceased to grow tho meat would begin to lose much of its bust virtues It may not lx an easy matter always to tell just when an animal hits ceased to grow or when it tins reached its hill prime but it is more profitable to soil just before that period and thus lose thin few extra pounds slit may limit gain ed than to hold her a few weeks beyond full maturity when she gains nothing in weight and loses iu quali ty Most of us mire inclined to hold our rattle too long nut it maywell be of value to some of us to look into the mutter fro we hampering ours selves by holding cattle over for high or markets when they should bo sold ut once or are we soiling theta just as HOOII as they have reached their prime and are in tho very best condition for tho tmnrkettE P Smith in Mas sachusetts Ploughsuian BEREA COLLEGE lUIISlllmIOver tO teachers TOO studcnts IVnin UO states Best Mlnary In Kentucky Xo SaloonM r DEPARTMENTS For those NOT siilllclently ndvnnced to get n teachers certificate 1 Trade Schools Carpentry Homework Printing two years II Model Schools preparing for Normal and till advanced courses For those siilllulcntly advanced to get n teachers ccrl lllcato t III Farming and Agricititure gardening stock raising forestryoctwo years IV Domestic Sdoneo Sewing Cooking otc two years V Normal Course for teachers three years with practice teaching VI Academy Course four years fitting for College for business and for life For tliosu more advanced ill College Courses Classical Philosophical and Literary Adjunct Departments VIII Music Reed Ortrun Choral free Vocal Piano Theory IX Berea General Hospital Twc tur tturoo in tho euro of tho sick Berea places tlitt test education in reach of all JV ttiv a monoymaking institution Us instruction Is a freo gift It aims to help those who value education ai uvKlbcp themselvoH charges a stunt incidental fee to meet expenses of tho reboot apart from instruction SIt 2ciSz must also pay for their board Expenses for term 12 weeks may ho brought within 21 about half of whin imnt bo paid in advance Tho school is endorsed by Baptists Coiigregationalists Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good people of ill denominations POI information or frlfullI advice addrem the Vice 1 resident CEO T FAIKC1I1LD IL D Heron niaUisoii Co Ky