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Thorn is n chuncu for a young mon nnd young women part of their expenses during Term Apply nt once to Pros Circulation 1000 An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 50 c a I VOL II BEHEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 29 i THE CITIZEN- C REXFORD RAYMOND Editor Wend at Un Fottofflet nt Ikrm y ai tine tnnUmatttr IDEAS Cask your first vote for what yoi really think will most Iwnofit tho country Unusually good crops thin year Tlomomhor we stint not ulwnyH bo prosperous and use your extra incoui for something that will really Ilut you ahead The Southern states that allow an ignorant titan to vote just because bu U whttn are putting a premium 011 white ignorance The Negro has n motive for learning nod the whit man has none In twenty years thu Negro will bo ahead- Goebelisut lit outrage throng the foritiN of Law Full term of rerun Colleg opens Woilnevdny Sept I2 iod Will Sprinkle Sunshine II ruu wuhlrrc Mlaur man wild troulli- g utilurlcol AW UwkUTIUhillilHthuve a friend hull 1wtlfhl toofxMil Ial him mi the bm hoot llewdyON dos And ghat kk han1J ware wn knew he III I Mend hi you TIMIt AI MM vttNif thltnltr him o laaEb hUmn away AM Ml hlw tht the lUtliMt Bight li Jti bedel tM dal IOIIII la Andrhl pakrt but say It rllbl out lead TtMl cod will HWtatl MiMhlB IB Ik roll 01 Uy cloud Thto world n bat 1e1 a hails el titawa N aa4 etay- bwn days are butt Md tlaay ltd MUM ahahd 1 wdth ala And UMf Jut fcow H mirtl to be for MIl u loud by wVU tea HW Iww to ptcMM be hrtabl rRky t MM to eke U a U eomm salt dont M tie ftIN- lease UM lorti nitelna ttoat MitxW Uh yalIMil jrk fifMr b ritr lIteI am our pth wuhtad Thai Gatha M II4Ilubla to put hhh thvrluutl row ItAUroA Rhty- FOREIGN Gen BadenPowell defeated thu i Bonn nt Wnrtn Butlm near Pretoria CjllCOIt illlulllMIII 01 IIOIIIUUI engaged to Princo Frederick Adolf of MiHiklunburgSehwerin King Oonr of Sweden has connon tlto net HS arbitrator in the Samoa dHiimgcuilniniM of England German awl tin Unite States- 1IleaI1Iusosphlrt4l Pekin hint weel but Imvo not yet entered till tmpurin city Anuirfonii British told Japan te troops defeats a largo force or Uoxurtt niter Tien Twin Aug ID NATIONAL- A new treaty with Spain has IKHII coueluded Gen Wood was welcomed at Snnt ago Friday The United States will protest rigorously agninrtt n division of China The thirtyfourth national encamp i meat of the Grand Army of the He public in progress in Chicago- KENTUCKY Kentucky produced over twenti million gallons of whiskey last year Tho trial of lImy YoutHoy in tin Qoebul wise contined until October Hookham hits appointed Monday Supt H nil Lnlxir Day in Kentucky Prohibitionists nominated Hon J D While of Manchester for insert or Tho special session of the logiala turn to consider the Goohol electioi law began yesterday Tho republican campaign in tlu mountains WON opomxl Monday by Col D G Colson nt BarlxnirHvill Caleb Powers has been refused II now trial nnd has been taken to the f Louisville jail ills attorneys nn preparing n hill of exceptions for which they have only ten days Blotches and eicresetices which BO often annoy people tilts flimply efforts of nature to throw off impedimenta to the proper performance of her duties llerbino will aidltnd assist nature in her work and insure a skin clear nnd beautiful entirely fret front nil im r perfections Price f0 cts S E Welch Jr rJ It FrostTHE CITIZEN 1900NOYearI I to ei or in of is att PEARSONS Locals and W P Chnpmnn returned yester tiny J T Coylo returned to Allianct Neb Friday- A J Elder is with friends at Woodlong Ill Herea is getting ready to wolconv the new for bathing are to bo put in Howard Hull Dr E B McCoy and family nro hack from Greensburg Ind Josiah Hurdetto is building n col oriel Haptist church at UrasHtield Miss Sallie LUOHH who has beoi west for some time has returned hone Jrof nnd Mrs1 W Diusmore IIru oxpcvted to arrive from Nebraska tc dny Joseph Rogers class of i9 hllfl Iwcii made editor of McClure Magi zing C I Ogg leaves today for a trip through the mountains making pit tunes Jake Herndon has returned rrom western Texas whore he lies Iou buying mules Mrs hIM Hewlett was called to Valley View Thursday on account or tho illness of hue father- J W StUOIlH and I1is1 J Until man lire in Washington their uncle Granville West Martin K Pasco Jr left Frida for Ohio to visit friends nnd relative Heturns Sept IJ on excursion Miss Helen Gould has wont a lung anti beautiful picture to Mrs Frost to help furnish tho now President lioiiso Rev James Rain of Dayton 0 preachMl at tho Union Church Sun tiny morning and al Slate Lick in tit afternoon Miss Ida 14 Brooks returned from Clmutau im Saturday Arthur Yociiin arrived Tues tiny Stanley Frost in expoctwl won lion W T Hnrris ropre Huiitiitivn of Madison county pasod through IJeien Satur day r from Hookcns tlo MortsrsAT Fish nnd Curtis 1 Hichnrdsoa have gone to Ali niice Neb to wind up tho ustate of the Into B C Hich unison It is reported Ambrose of Fonl tills reiite property in Bt rca and will move his stock of goods hero tho first of September Z Hoberts formerly of tho Llarnett House of Richmond tilts rented projxrty on Cttn tur street mud will put several ihildren in school- Mrs S E Welch loft Friday fox Sew York city to meet II r Welch who arrived there from Europe yes tiny They will remain in Now York until the first of Sentumber 11rs11V Chniioy and daughter ilrs Fannie Demnutn are dangerous y ill Miss Mollio Settle graduate or the Ih eta Hospital returned from Condon to take caro of them Mr and Mrs J M Wool of Lex ugton seven Hichanlson brothers of itntion Cnmp Gus Stewart and non of Wildie nttonded tho funenil of B C Richardson Wednesday PISOS CURE FOR tkwt Cuuitb rup TulM Cloud UM In tlmn Sold br OninUt NTSI will venture say that college university the standard manhood hood higher than Berea Personals students- Accomodntioim Cityvisftif countyo thntjliaryoy 1n TRADEMARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS fREE CM1t nodnnu Nn re till A lecured Letter lrlcU oontldenUal Addreu- E bCSIGGERS LwrrWahingtn LINCOLN lULL Madison County Senator C F Burnam and Repre tentative Harris left for Fraukor yesterday to be present at tho pecinl legislative session Tho Madison county colored teach ers institute held a most interesting session Aug 1317 at Richmond with Prof F L Williams as instructor first colored fair ever held ill ITimlofd closed last Saturday after n most Miccesful threedays mwting Largo crowds were in nttendanct usury day and everything passel oil with credit to the otlicors and direc torsiho September term of tho Madi son circuit court will begin next Moo tiny Sept 3 when a largo docket will bo detosld of A number of criminal cases including that of Doc Lowry continued from tho last torts will bo tried at this session iBaUanli Snow Linament gives intent in cases of Bleeding Burns Bruises Scalds Cuts etc PricI25 and BO cts S E Welch Jr The Presidents HouseI Berea has been watching for a long time tho construction of theII Presi dents House and tho greater Bo rea of former students donors and friends far and near has taken a lively interest in this building It is nuts approaching completion and President Frosts family is moving iii TLt CITIZEN is glad to present to its readers a fun items about it To begin with the house is built with money bequeathed to tho Col loge by Albert Curtis of Worcester Mass Mr Curtis was one of tin noblest givers in tho land His for tune was acquired by great indtistrj and business sagacity and wholly dispensed in advancing tho Kingdon of Christ He was himself a simple frugal unostentatious man a public spirited citizen and ono of tho early abolitionists He helped Berea College from the beginiug and was r warn friend of President Frost The house was designed by Cndy tho llittinguishllarchittct of Nets York citywho tins done tho most OL JK W rz zzzzzzzJ JZZZZJ r A PROCLAMATION OF i4 ECONOMY for the Spring and Summer i Season in Mens and Boys Fine t Stylish Madc lj OXjOTSII TGh I wltU the UiwrnMirtccil rlghly made abwlutcly rewrtHo cloth you wm ClothliiK In America Klglitlynwiile al It It ol itmoiu Itab Brand kdenttfle bl11 lu clean wellalrictlythe duly n adyto wcarClotldugTallen11en vcntlUtcil worknxinu Perfect flttliiK Iul wc rniUtlnR UHBUW the IniliJc the 1 VltAl the very lift ol the garment U cureliiliiei In ranking reprvccnts the ex KII inKilinire ol time mid Uionxht and Is a tlccldwl contr t to the UllorliiR Ken In imliimry rtaIlowlIr ClothliiB The Fabrics that we how lire the very newest i lUKlgin that will lit seen this HOIl Many ronflneil excluilvcly to 11111 the Fero of comblnlnc our grcat otTer Is that we the Hlovo factn The mOIl cxtnonllnary feature Iran will lo sell our ClothliiR lit o e LESS MONEY e- Than IlHwhere how eau we shoat toscll such hlidiKraile ClothlnKlor loss money vS tliHii vlwwhcix1 Our answer pare and Mmple Our Is a modern lore couiitniotvtl p utrlctly nn msrcwlve plan our Clothing is sold on the amelleat margin of pront iU HtidliiK on large Toluinv or Inuliuss Tho moro ClothliiK we sell the greeter our purclwinK lower the lowir our prima thats the story III a nut hell iCOVINQTON MITCHELL L RICHMOND KENTUCKY W UHx = ilzzz zaz zzzz tZztZz Move to Brea and make a home Good lots for sale cheap the or and of 18 le of to a to to at E w WORMSC f F HANSONS LIVERY62900 STREET GALLERY C I OQQ Proprietor Photos Nothing the best finish nt the low price LEWIS A DAVIS and Surgery Berea Ky Office in Hanson DId 92300 Be McCOY Dentist 6ZSOOJC MORGAN Dental Surgery Hun ft 0 1011 AM toS 111 National Bank Building Hicimond Kv- OWOO DEXTAL SURGERY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Jiuildiny Main Street liicfnnoiid KI Ilmlilrnrr Null OnlrpNiino fOO REPAIR THAT LOOM TlIlLS who wishuu education at 1 Berea will retreivv good pay for articles of home manufacture Bring them Jo the Lady Piincipal 1Ann Good Homespun Linen 40c II II Llnesey 5Oc1- Htlllt lllo not retolvul- Old fn hitiiK il indigo iilue imletntl Good Homespun Jeans 50c II Dross Flannel 60c Good Coverlids well woven and matched from four to six dollars It is a great thing that Beren Col lego is finding a chance for the tone tain women to get good money for their homespun Ladies mho visit Beren from Louis rifle and Chicago mad ollwrcitits like to get things liko those their grand mothers used to make And they think the homespun nom beautiful as well as more durable than factorymade We wish the uumo of every lady who can spin weave or dye Address Miss Josephine A Robinson Beren Ky WHITES r CREAM IVERMIFUGESut In Quantity fri to Quality I r2y rsi Led all Worn Remedies JA1 Ier1VGGXSTSI St Louts Sold by S K AVlLCH Jr 11701 FOR CASH 1 aving adopted The CASH System our prices have been reduced to meet the demands of the CASH trade You can buy more goods for CASH than on credit i IIOall and examine our large stock of Women s fine Footwear and Gents Furnish ings at prices much lower than ever before Call and be Convinced DOUGLAS BRIGHT C- Ot 207 West Main Street RICHMOND KY r F BY THE SEA I sat by the sea when the sun shone bright And flooded Its depths with a blazo of light And the golden sheen anti emerald green Like gems In tho crown of n fairy quern Flashed forth In glittering splendor And the volt winds sighed oer the clan ttg tide And the murmrlng waves to the breeze rolled In tones that were low and tender I stool by the sea when the moon was high And the stars shone out from the midnight sky And a wondrous sight was that shimmering light That Unshod from tho crests of the surges bright Like stars In trembling motion And the moons soft ray on the waters lay And Its gleaming track made a blight highway Across the slumbering ocean I stood by the sea when the lightning flashed And the waves ran high and the thun der crashed And the blinding spray that was dashed away By the howling wind In the furious fray Drought death to the hardy toller When his ship nt last by the stormy blast A dismantled wreck on the rocks was cast A prey to the ruthless spoiler The beautiful sea The treacherous seal A joy and a terror It Is to me- A beautiful sight by day or by night Is the tranquil sea by whose margin bright The fisherman loves to wander A terrible thing when Its rage doth bring The angel of Path with his sable wing To darken the homesteads yonder W C Ncwfam In Golden Days TiE STURGIS WAGER I A DETECTIVE STORY J Dy EDGAR MOHETTE Copyright lift br Frederick Stoker Co i CHAPTER X CONTINUED When the reporter came within sight of the safe Dunlap was closely inspect lug the lock Presently he uttered an exclamation of surprise What is it asked Sturgis I dont understand Itsaid Dunlap I cannot open the safe The lock com s nil right butPerhaps the combination has been changedApparently it has admitted the bnnkerhuthowcamcIttobechanged on a week day and without my knowl edge That is rather significant isnt it suggested the reporter Significant What do you mean exclaimed Dunlap excitedly- I mean that Arbogast was a de faulter What his system of defrauding the bank was I do not yet know but an examination of the hooks will do doubt reveal this and I should nd vise you Mr Dunlap to lose no time in having it made nut argued Dunlap anxiously I tell YOU the books were examined last weekYes by Arbogasts accomplice What Chatham his accomplice exclaimed Dunlap faintly Chatham was in the plot beyond a doubt answered Sturgis So long as no one had access to the hooks except his accomplice Chatham of course Ar bogast felt secure But when yester day the announcement was made that after the beginning of the new year his books would pass to the custody of an other man he saw that the game was up The men hag returned to the presi fldcnts ofllce Those are his very words con tin telegraphldrIf you hold before that mirror this sheet of blotting paper which I found on Arbogasts desk Dunlap with an unsteady hand took the blotting paper and holding it be fore the glass studied the reflection intently What do ynu make out asked Sturgis Nothing whatever replied the banker promptly What exclaimed the reporter do you mean Vo say that you do not distinguish any marks on the blotting paperI to say that I do not see anything to which I can attach any sent blance of a meaning The blotting pa yer has been used and of course there are ink narks upon It but as far as I can se4 these arc wholly ills connected They are entirely void of sense to my eyes at any rate Examine the blotter again careful ly in this direction said Sturgis drawing an imaginary line upon the mirror and plo no attention to any other marks wHch seem to cross these lines Xow do vou see anything The banker examined the image In the mirror for tome time before reply fag If I allow toy imagination to enter Into play I call complete several iso lated letters Will you dictate these while I note them here lift careful to distinguish between capital and lowercase letters Also separate the lines and state whether letter come close together or are separated by n space Very well agreed Dunlap who then proceeded to read ofT the letters he saw in the icllcction of the blotter In the mirror When he hail finished Sturgis handed him the paper upon which were transcribed the letters he had dictated They presented the appearance shown below D Ch m T arelih tmtII I r ryJ gt Well sad the banker if you can make nnythlnp out of Unit gibberish your imagination in more active than mineJt is not a question of Imagination said Sturgis let us proceed hysttmal ically lore is a telegruui blank detached from n pad I found on Arbo blasta dsk Compare its size with the outline of the marks on the blotter and you will sic in the first place that the message would just lit snugly on this sheet Next you will probably admit that the first line of marks on the blotter probably contain n date the second n name the third an address the last a signature and the interme diate lines a message I am quits willing to concede so much for no business man would bo likely to write n telegram differently Very well sow then let mo hold this blank so that the reflection of Its vertical rulings may appear just above the image of the message These hues remember separate the words of the message Extend thorn mentally and note how they divide till letters of the blotter Will you hold those sheets while I transcribe the result In n few minutes more the reporter hind drawn several lines on his copy of the reflection in the mirror- I dont see that you are any better ofT now than you were before re marked Dtinlnp examining the result Wait a minute These vertical lines we say divide the words of time message There are live words to the line only two on the last line before the signature that is to say 12 words in the mostage sow consider the first word Evidently the I begins till word since it is a capital anti time thou r islet on the tall of the e tells its plain ly enough where the word ends Note the space between the n mind the V Have you ever taken the trouble to as certain how constant in nay given handwriting is the space occupied by the different letters Try It some time Count the characters which you hoe written in a number of different lines reckoning spaces and punctuation marks each as one character and ob serve how closely the results will tally Basing my conclusions on this fact I stay safely affirm that the first word of the message Is Game Gave Hive or some other word of four letters beginning with n and ending with V I shall proceed to till up the balance of the message as read it between the letters Sturgis wrote slowly and carefully for a few minutes There behold the result The message now assumed this form Dec Thomas Chatham nw y City Game up Meet me today corner South and Wall ntrrctu J tlrlagast Compare this with the reflection of the original and tell mo If you now detect various isolated clIllrttI incomplete letters nil of tally with the text hove inserted here Dunlaj mod the comparison I am obliged to admit that your eon elusions now appear plausible ho reluctantly admitted Sturgu shrugged his shoulders Well call them plausible and let tis proceed Chatham kept the appoint mint yesterday but for some rcnfton Arbognst was delayed In leering the bank 1crhaps the necessary prepara ions for his flight took longer than he expectedYou he intended to abscond Why should he have changed the combination of his safe as he did if not WHAT DO YOl IAII OCT ASKICD STlHGIS to give himself as much time as possible to reach a place ofcompnratise safety before the hooks could be examined asked Sturgis Chatham becoming impatient forgot the dictates of pru dence and started for the hank to as certain the cause of his accomplices delay lie met Arbogast at the Wall street door The two men reentered Arhogas setting down his satchel in the vestibule and leaving the outer door ajar as Quintan found it a few minutes later when he stole the satch el I lime every reason to believe that it was itClintluimtf request that the men returned He wished to Use the telephone and he did so Your story is connected and it is certainty not lacking in details said Dunlap incredulously in fact the details are far too abundant for the evi dence thus far advanced Uvery one of the details Is based up on facts replied Sturgis What hove accomplitihcd thus far has been simple enough because luck has fa cored us Yesterday being cleaning day at the bank the floors were scrubbed same time during the after noon before Arbogast was ready to leave nail before Chatham had arrived It thus happens that almost every footstep of the two men has remained faintly but distinctly outlined upon the wet HOOTS whioh hun since dried pre serving the record The detectives lust night obliterated a portion of this rue ord but they hue left traces enough for our purpose Jf you care to crawl around on all fours lilt i did you can readily distinguish these traces for yourself Xo thank you answered the bank trOIL prefer to take your word for this part of the evidence Then shall resume story said Sturgis The footJ1rlllill show that Arbogast stood at his desk while the scrubbing was going on We may safely say it was after hnlf past four oclock when he started to leave the bank for otherwise it Is presumable that Chatham would have walled for him at the corner of South and Wall streets as he was asked to do in time bookkeepers telegram lIe llrst walked ever to the safe and closed it changing the combination so that the lock could not be opened until ho hind had a fair start Next he went to the clerks room for his hat and coat and for the satchel In which he hind packed just the few necessities for Immediate use in his tliglit He started to leave the building through the Kxehange place door but probably remembered that the Wall street door was not looked and wont back to lock it As he was about to close the outer door Chatham arrived on time scene and the two mete reentered as we have already seen The footprints tell their story fully and absolutely their chronolog ical order being established by the oc casional obliteration of a footprint in the truth by another in n subsequent trail The two men walked back Into the room in which we now nntlheir notions after this will be clearer toy ou if you will follow on this diagram CHMTKK XI A IIHCONSTKUCTHD DRAMA As he spoke Sturgis hauled Dunlnp the sheet of paper upon which he hud traced a plan of the Knickerbocker bunk From this point on he continued I have Indicated the various trails on the diagram The dotted lines repre sent Arbogasts footprints the con tinuous lines show Chathams trail How can you distinguish between the two Inquired Dunlap There is no difficulty about that replied Sturgis The differences are very marked I know Arbognsts foot because I lucre seen it and know that the other one Is Chathams be cause you reeogninl the mon from the description gave of him Yes know Hut how could you describe him so accurately when you have never seen him shall come to that presently sold Sturgis smiling you must let me toll my in m own way if am to tell it tOIIIttIIlJ Very well said the hanker reign Idl Hold on though he IX dnimtdou speak of two sets of traits but what Is this tljird set of lines marked by alternate dots and dashesThey represent the traces of a third Individual who will appear upon the scene later on lie has not yet received lute cue Hut since you mention him we may put him down In the east rs X the unknown quantity of the problem for do not yet know his name Xow then let me see Wh re was 11 Your interruption tins made mo low the thread Oh yes the men were in this room Arlmfront ncrviMi and excited pared Imck and forth like a raged animal Chatham was more collected It wall wnrm in thin bank as compared with the intense cold outside he removed his overcoat and threw It over the buck of that chair in the corner This fact Is shows l y the direct inn of time footstep toward time chair and by n mark di rectly below time arm of the chair where the garment trailed upon time wet lloor Chathams carelessness was fraught with serious consequences for as luck would have It there was in one of the pockets of his coat an Important letter which slipped out and fell upon the floor superscription uppermost Hero is the envelope It self which I have pieced together You will see that it is soiled only upon ie back and here near the chair is thin faint oblong mnrk whioh Is left upon the floor Chatham went to the telephone In the cashiers olllce He probably did not see the letter fall It caught Arbogasth eye however and you can Imagine his surprise when he same that it was addressed to his wife What hind his accomplice to write to his wife Arbognst evidently wns not restrained by any feelings of delicacy in the matter or else be was unready suspicious of Chatham for he picked up the envelope tore it open and read the letter which lies before you as have pieced It together It makes interesting rending do not wonder Ihut Arbogant lost his lirnd when he saw it Head it for yourself Whyexcluimed Dunlap after read dog the letter this announces his in tention of committing suicide Precisely mid yet Arhngaxt did not commit suicide probably never had any intention of doing so and nt any rate dil not write Unit letter You will observe that it Is not signed the name is typewritten like the rest or the letter which moreover was not writ ten here as the superscription would seem to indicate have tried your typewriter null although It Is of the saute make as the one upon which tills Idler WOK written there urn several characteristic differences In the align ment amid in the imperfections of the type Uesldes continued Sturgis thoughtfully thin letter itself bears evidence on Its face that it could no have been written byArbogrtst Your bookkeeper wiw of a weak ni rous ex citable temperament us nil his actions plainly haw Itoforo such n nun brought lo Iho point of taking his own life he must have passed through n more or lens protracted period of agonizing ncrvon tension of which you and Jcan hardly form any adequate conception Indor the circumstances if he loved his wife conscious that by his guilt he was about to plunge her Into the depute of grief and shame he might have written her an incoherent and hysterical letter or n tender nod repentant letter but never this frigid tniiMeroffact statement of a supreme decision This letter Is the pork of a cold and calculating nature Incapable of ordinary human feeling The man who wrote it would not have written to his wife at nil or would have written only to serve some selfish purpose From what I know of Arhognut 1 do not believe he was capable of compan lug these hues You think then that the letter wits written by Chatham said Damming Hut what object could Chatham have for writing such n letter Xo answered Sturgis I do not think that Chatham wrote this letter flint is the curious part of It cannot believe that if Chatham hind been aware of the important nature of iu contents he could have boon willing to leave it fur an instant within Arbo gnsts reach lint who then could have been ifs author and why vhtfiild he have him trusted the letter to Mmthniu To your second question my ansssrr is probably because he wanted U mulled from the main post olllce at nbout the time that Arbogast would leave the hank To the first I cannot yet give any positive answer although ns you will presently see there are some clews pointing to our unknown quantity X as the author of tills let ter Hut lot us not niitlclpntf Suppose we return to our drama When Arbo gust rend this letter he evidently thought ns I do that somebody was playing him false that ho was to be gotten rid of in some safer way than exile In short that as somebody said of tune of the Turkish sultans he was tii be suicided He mutt have hind stronc reasons to suspect Cnnthnni of treach cry for ho at once impiiUivoly jumped to the conclusion that his only chance of safety lay In striking before he could be struck At any rate while the accountant w busy at the telephone Arltognst stood near this dck mechan ically tearing to pieces this letter while he planned the accountant death He hind tnkon with him your re volver As the thought of it llaihci upon his mind his resolution wax In stoutly taken Ho stealthily crept to the paying tillers wicket Through II he could see the telephone exact the door of which stood open Chatham was in direct range as Arbofrast raiiol the pistol anti without n word of warn hag tired 1h accountant held the re enter of the telephone to Ills par This wired his life for the bullet entered his left hand and remained embedded In his flesh When the bullet struck him Chatham fell ft rward striking his head against a corner of the telephone lax and Indicting n alight scalp wound I found a few hairs of an Intensely rod Ire which are evidently his also found shreds of his cloth ing which caught on a projecting nail as he fell and I Infer from these his taste for loud dress lie rcvnvrrrd himself before ArbogaNt was ready to fire a kreoml time and ran into time clerks room prolwbljr hoping to make his way to the tttreet through the KxcliMijfe Place door Hut at the sane time rhnlflllt rushed through the reception room and this other reaching the vestibule in time tn bend off Chatham who then turned Imek nml ran through the eorctarys room with Arltognst in pursuit ITo lie Contlnue4l SHE SAW IT FIRST A Ilillnilrliihln Trnniilrr Who Proved lllmrlr n flirctrrflrlil In Mnnnrr He was only n teamster limit his soul was tilled with n ehhln which we are led to believe typified time knights of old And In a coat of mall he might have passed muster for he was n big brawny chop with no little physical beauty of the rough sort says the Philadelphia Ilccord As he guided his henry dray down Market street hill the other morning one of the horses slipped in the Icy street and in his effort to recover his equilibrium lost n shoe Iuttlnf the brake down hard the driver jumped from his sent to recover tho shoo limit quick as he was another claimant was ahead of him She wan n fashionably attired young girl of nh nit IS with n roguish laughing fact Tint us the teamster Ironed over to pick up the horseshoe n dainty gloved little hand reached in ahead of his big red one and cliirchcd the coveted prize I got it fret slur cried Inugdlni gleefully Let me keep It do please Its such good luck If your see It come offyourselfThe teamster removed his hut rap and hawed with Chosterlleldlan grace Certainly miss ho replied gallantly if run assist you to gnwl hick I shall bo must happy Turn quite nnnhishcd ho cllmbod up to his seat and the ylrl walled up the Mil with the horseshoe tnmulml iliiitoii Most people If asked what animal cats the mmosh would probnhly ny the lion or tiger This Is quite a mix take says the London Daily Mall Thirty to forty pounds of llesh wily satisfy n lion which as an average specimen weighs over 410 pounds is by no menus extravagant A hear tins much rare capacity than a lion and can make away with n Ktixill pug at a meal ray half a hundredweight of meat Wolves mire among the hungri rollvllstarvea third of hut own weight at n sing meal Fun i wmr liirpn iinnlilr Yell sold Mr Olddlrigs atlenjflr Id buy n typewriter from you If you would give me time proper sort of gust anteIlTglve you every guarantee In rem son said the agent What do you nitV I wish you to guarantee that U nil spell correctly Towt topics FALLING HAIR Save Your Hair with Shampoos o- futicur rSOAP And light dressings of CUTICURA purest of emollient skin cures This treatment at oncetstops falling hair removes crusts scales dandruff soothes irritated itching stimulates the hair follicles supplies the rootsfJwith energy and nourishment and makes the hair grow upon a sweet wholesome healthytscalp when all else fails Millions of WomentUse ICTICUtu SOAP exclusively for preserving purifying anti aullfylnfj the skin for cleansing time scalp of cru U cnIoA and dandruff and the stop ping of falling hair for softening whitening and healing ml rough ail sore hands In the form of baths for annoying Irritations anti dialings or too frets or offcuilro ponplratlon In tho form of wt hM for nlceratlve weaknesses and for many antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselvesIto women and especially mother and for all tho purposes of bath nnd nursery No amount of wrsua Ion can Induce thi who have one t used It to use any other especially for prfervlng anil purifying thn Ikln9 scalp and hair of Infants and children CLTHTIIA Sou combines dclkatn nnolllcnt properties derived trout CtTICCns the great skin cure with tho purest of cleansing Ingredient and tho moit refreshing of llower odors No other medicated soap ever comM undrd Is to ho eomjiared with It for preserving purifying and beautifying tho skin scalp hair and Mantis No other foreign or domestic tvilrt soap howuvcr oxKnlvr Is to ho compontl with It for all the purposes of tho toilet bath and nursery Tims It combines In Use SOAP at Osi Piticn sit 1wasrr FIve CENTS the mar skin and complexion soap tho nUT toilet and IHIST baby toll in tho world All that list b cn sold of CcmcunA Soar mayUisatil with even greater ctnphnU of CVTICTRA Ointment lio inoit dollcato anl yet moit rlTcctivo of cmolllnu ami greatest of skill cure luuw tn connoctloa with Cfticnix Born JHT illrvctlnni orounJ eich packs e III thn Oxc NIOIIT Cunr not Sons Hixin In tin- 5INsrAyr llaairriuIsATmsNT you iisrtaemttso lTClutsns AND InuIITATroSg end In many uw too nunicmu to mention Is BUlUcieut to ruve Its nujviiority trot all other preparations for tho skin HumorLlljlJTh tboatrxl A BntoLC SET otlrn ufflrlcnlbieuro the mH tonurln iliftsorlnir unj humlllllng tklo eat 1 end thud hornet with ol hair when all ole flt Inmit aNn caul Cost Hole Ivf llotou Ml uboit the BLIn Btalp auJ lUlr free BOThere is no endof SOld Virginia Cheroots e to waste as there IS no finished end to cut off and throw away When you S buy three Old Virginia Cheroots for = five cents you have more to smoke and of better quality than you have when you pay fifteen cents for three Five Cent cigars eM Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this = M year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 cents ReI 1SIMSi BIioi 4r t r 3 THE CITIZEN A VtKKK LY NKWfclAlKIS IIKIJKA KKNniriCY OUR PLATFORM a bringthe thingbutwhat you read TIIK CITIUN brings first of nil the newsnot every tale ofcrime or horror but the im portant newsthe news from Washington and the State capital from our soldiers in neighborsyoung folks we have a story and a Bible lesson for housewives a few new ideas each weekwhich should lighten their labors for the farmer some valuable hints which will help him to make more from his land and cattle We propose to get the best ideas that can be found on all such practical and important matters and pass them around among our readers The re sources of Berca College are not for its students alone The editor of this paper can at any time step into the largest College library in the State and he has engaged several of the most distinguished instructors in the College to take charge of special departments in the paper ihose who are visited by TUB CITIZEN will know what is going on in the world livery week it will tell them worth knowing CITIZEN is pledged tone 1TIII It is every mans friend s for the things which benefit alltemperancet- hrift kindness enterprise and education And we ask allwho believe in these things to subscribe for TIIK C rrizlul After the collapw of the aooalleU In tment tyncHcatr in New York the oompaclea that promld to pay from 100 to 400 pr end pr anulua brll slant ffenlua Inserted aa advertisement perpa to Lawyer P O lox X Y City i II received an enormou number of adder se the dupes auppoalnic that lawyer Inteuded to help theta in some way What he did wa to have t the IIIIt printed and then sea It to bro Ihilluirirpeople of a upeeulatlve tnni of mind who would be likely to bite nt city plntlifblc hoheme What n reflection this U on the gullibility of the average r America a IntrodnrtdIinto nta tw- York city A step In thin direction uaa taken thr other key In connection with t thu custom house drmrtnient The old calm which are cniloyi d between the custom house nnd the npirnUcrs torts heir been found lnndiiiintv nml it was dccldeil to csUtbllnh an nutty mobile icrHci to carry Invoice to and from the custom house The Introduc tint of tilt automobile lute the custom IKIIUI deportliKHt U sold tc hnre grenlir luimrtancv than simply meet inpc the liniiirilliite nerds of that one flcMrtin nt The experiment will b wntchnl end ttftttl by the federal au tlinriUiy roil If found MitUftiotory nu tomoblleK will plan Im Introduced it Ii said tutu the Iwwltnlservice Knrinln SIIVH n mlcntillc authority linn this cciillnrlty thnt It can ab sorb mud 111nil knowledge Not one of the witiiuiM lint inWntorf or may tie rvlntcil to it rleilltnre hut coy rightly underatotid U the art of growing ixttcr lotatocM bcunn and earn Etnuinowgy In that economic nolcnce that dluussee what hinge nru of iue to man and whnt lire Injurious Ocology an nnnlyiU of the suits nail rocks that nndfrllu tilt soils for thu purpose of milking them Inure iivull able fur human welfare AltinnnCol unld to be the high cut iniorpornted town In the country being 12000 felt above the KIV betel A justice of the pence who hud lined a dUordcrly ulinrneter lu nod costs sold In reply to thU prUoners niininineu tnent of appeal What Appeal would you asked the nMoiilhticd court You dont corn naya that now Thin the highest court In the Unltrd Stutrt gad you cant appeal Iteprescntntlvcs of nearly every liirpp publishing home in America met In Xew Yor tht other day and tduksteps fur the formation of a national pills Ushers iinfocliitlon It Is claimed thnt books nre beconilng too cheap and the object of the projected organlzntloit it to muliitaln prlccbi tl TilE SUNDAY SCHOOL Leaon III the Inlrrnnlliiiinl Srrlei fur iptpnilirr Illllll Tha Krvcnly Srnl forth Ur1Ir1t1 liy II n i Ixnlnclon Till IKSSON TKXT Luke IBIJI 1710 After thus things Lord appolntril other nUo otlisent trum two and two before faro tilt every city and place whither lie Illmavir would coma 2 Therefore sold Ito unto them The huM truly U great but the laborer urn few pray ye lherrori the onl of the harvest Hint llu would nentl forth latMrrrw Into lfie han esL youforthCurry neither purno nor ncrlp nor ehoee and uiluto no man by the way a And Into wlmt oev r house yo enter first uy Ieare be to this house And If the win of pence be thryour pear shall rear upon It If not It shall turn to you aaln And In the same house rrnnln eat lag and drinking such things im they gtvo for the laborer In worthy of bin htrc Co riot from to house tl And Into whatcoever city ye enter nrrt they receive you wit such things na are eat before you 0 And lien tho sick that nNt thoroln and ecy unto them Tho kingdom of Cud In come nigh unto you Hut Into whatsoever city ye enter and they rwwlvn you not ur ways out Into the Blrretii of the mm and My ICven the very dust of your city which cleavoth on us wo do wlpo off aeilrwt you notwIthntandlnK be ye sure of that tho ktiicdom of Goo U como nigh unto you And the 70 rnurned again with joy saying Ixinl Sven the iltvlli nro subject- unto us through Thy name II And llu raid unlo them I beheld Satan an ll hlnln tall tram leaven Ilehold give unto you jxiwer to tread on nin onlii and cmplons and over all the Miwer of the enemy and nothing ahull by any mean hurt you m Notwlthnlnndlnc In this rejoice not that the spirits are nubjrct unto you Lut rather rejoice tiocaujio your names ore written In Heaven iOIIIIO TiT Tlir linrtrt truly to urral lull Stir InlniriT are ruLule UiU NOTES AND COMSIHNTS After the f vital of tabernucleii Jpsna rrliriifd to iaillcp lie wits there lint n short time uhrn lie prepared toleue on what He Knew Wail Ills Inst journey to Irruanlrm lie sent tnmiiifrrn Into n Samaritan village to prepare a place for slim but the Samaritun refused to recrli Him MJ they were compelled to go to another town On the tray- Ile was met bjr those who wanted to be follower but were not quite ready To them lie Mild MVo men having put his hnnd to the plow arid looking hack la fit for the kingdom of iod The Seventy Sent Forth Verses 1l Once Jesus had appointed disciples to be with Him learn of slim and preach Ills evangel Now He appoint TO others for a special service They wrrre toga two by two Into those plaerii where Jrsua was to come Their work was to be a greet one In visible results The harvest declared Jetui was great but the laborers few They were not only to work theoiaetlrra but were to pray earnestly that mod abound pro pore tho hearts of others that they might go Into the same work Instruction to the Seventy Yere- ts311For their Journey Jesus tells them not to be burdened by unnccrfc Miry baggage carrying only what they could wear This was because there was need of hUll The seine reawm- appee to the command to a1ute no men by the way wr lire told thnt the Jet lilt salutation were rloUorstc ly formal anti ocouplrd touch time ni to lie n MTOU li ml ranee when there was reason for haste When accosted by the conventional 1rocc be with theft they were to reply On thee be pence nnd pan on without stopping for further formalities Kxpcdltlon WDII to be their watchword When they nrritvd In n town they were to partake of whatever hospital Ity It alTonlcd If theywere wel corned their pence was to IK upon the house nab In the town In which they Maid They were not to jo from house to hotter its wnii the custom of travel ers hilt wcrv to attend strictly to their mission that of tenting the sick nnd preaching the coming of the king dom of God When met with opposition they were to retaliate In no way but simply goon nfter warning them that the king dom of Coil had come near them nod that trout thctuvforth the responsibil itywould be upon thlUlluhJr Its rejection Tiostilt of Their Labor Vemci 1- 71P1IH did as Instructs and re turned in Jesus Their mission had twin highly kiiccrKsfnl Bern the de atone hint been subject to them In the name of Jesus liven TeMia had seen vUlon of what JU was to ncconi plUh for He hind sees the full of Satnn from his power over the arts of men nil nwlft nail nnmliitnkablc III it light ning lluBli In the JiUs A Warning lo DUclplpx However JIIII feiIa lit must warn Ills ills clplis agulnst ihoclatliiii coming from snrcCCse linlhrr Ho says Itejoicc because your nnniea net written In Hraven IVJolHiij UrcnilHe of unc fcelingbutwhile It may at llrft seem iron sclllsh kccpn Ihe disciple on the waiuh for the unseen IliemlrH of the soul The InstriiotlanM to tin dlKclpIrr suggest nn cflViMlvp method of work for lodiiy Let there be no Miou no eel tscrL ing nnd no unnecessary cv pcnsii Irnu rca s Irogrciifc MtiiiH to mt Indlxjionsable ns ni cjliltiicc of being leil by the Spirit of God nceil nn tiKxiiranciH of tilt certainty of the proinlM know that n cod work begun nhiil bo carried on but that he no consolnfun JaybarA Irnyer O Lord ITmy will may remain right and firm toward Thee do with ma whatsoever It shall please Thee For tt cannot c anything but good what soccer Thou shat do with tne fOOO For riylna Mnchlnesi deTotefUOOpracItealnhtlarRe sum to me for an experiment and yet uselesslybyIloelettereStmnachcertainty It it made expressly to cure con dillorderlA Shin In Mark is he Gnphtcr11e41 I should III I wrote to him once and asked him to lendme two dollars It seems I spelt two t double o anti forgot to cross t He sent me100 Philadelphia 1resi If ties Have Pimples Tetter Eczema or any disease of the skin or Miiiom Membranes that can he reached hall outward application it cane cured liy using the wilichhollM inaJIlooftUIwith it In preference to any other soap as it will IrIIIIIlIist in curing all such af illndStreet New York and receive free amhlrt oflesUuioninlewdhkutnpleof1otionorSoap iiMillirr Clilnem Oultireak givefurtheras Kipling says thats another Never mind what Kin Ling says Inter niptpd the maeMtratp the Chinee ear tes fur himself when his turn comes New Jersey Law Journal The llosrrn if ultin prohlenlIutand will never succeed Some people in this country teem to think that tliev Lave as great a puzzle on their hands in selecting a locatmn for a home They will certainly fa about it in the wrong way unless they in pect the beautiful firming countryon the line of the Chicago Si Paul Railway in Marinette county Wisconsin plentyfinewater land told cheap and on long tune Why rent n farm when you can buy one for lew than you pay for rent Ailtlrew C K Itnllirm Wild Agent JUt La Salle St Chicago JII Speak Out As a rule the person who JII he has no hot about thIprlll chicken never looks pirteheetaIndianapolis The lttst Irrcrliilloii fur Clilll and lever Is it bottle of Gncivr TASTKIXM CmiJToMi Hs hliiiplyiri nandiiiiulniMU ateteksa form No rum no pay VrlixJMc niddlnno you think your tai olwII1 trust me with a uituf clothes old mv Hobinson lubioi Does IIP lr w Oll huddlero robinsn dh then he might Tr binN Y W orJ llvi ry Iln nnd Girt should can to write with barters Ink ho clues it is the best in the world li liagsin lukfree Carters Ink Co BoHvo Gamekeeper to sportsman who has missed at every shotIsay sir if them rabbits wee a varilor so lnnaer youd snake a fine wSt louie GlobeDemocrat To Curt n Cold In our flay Take I ixatlvo Ilroino Quinine Tablets AK drugglele rotund money If U fulls tocurc Sic People resemble when they are rqiiare upright and grandChicago Daily cw Twos Cure cannot ht too highly spoken of is a rough rnrtJ W Ollrien Third Ave X Minneapolis Minn Jan 0 1000 A great bar to education is the habit that i whenIcyAll goods aro alike to PTTXAM FxnrLe s ors as they color nil then at ono bolUoc hold by all druggists A few men are velf made but many mote Ire uamadeChicago ally sews Units Catarrh Cure It a Constitutional Cure Irice 75c Danger cannot be surmounted without danger Chicago Daily News All the KcDtuJty beUe chew KJnwlcll They life it Till MAHKHTS Cincinnati lug CtV CATTLH Common 3 25 u 4 2S Select butchura S 15 S 5 2- 3CALVESlixtra 0 25 ai 0- 0IUJSSdect packers 5 30 111 15 Mixed packers 5 25 1I110 RHKliP Choice 3 50 Gi 3 75 LAMIIS Kxtras 5 0- 0rLOtll f 5 75 Spring 1lIt 3 00 n 4 40 WIIKAT No a red i 7- 4CIILNNo 2 nixed u 1- 2I1I3No 2 mixedti 22 b RYU No 2 Olj HAY Ill tlntotlty13 50 i1l375 IOKKMtKS ill 42y- iLlftlStearn 0 0 G- OlIIJrnmCh dairy 14 Choice creamery dH 224J AlMLKSCh to fancy 75 fti 2 POTATOKS 1cr m it 10 TWIIACCO Xe 3 00 il a 05 Old 10 00 i23 75 CHICAGO FlOUli Win patent 3 80 3 0- 01YIIli1TNo S red74cps 75 No a Nirlii4f if 7J2 COIN No 2 301U1 nysH- DATS No 2 ii S2 HYK Slt3- IOHIC ylisM If 00 i111 05 LAUD Steam 0 70 cr 0 72ia- NUV Yom FrOnU Win patent 3 75 u 4 no WIIKAT No 2 ridit 7sr- COKNNo L iiilxtil If 41i- OAltiNo J mixed Oj 20 uvi oi 50 IOKIC MesM 13 S3 013 25 IWSIIlun Qi 710 llAITIMOrU WIIKAT Xo S ml fiOyfu1 G9l Sinitliirii 03 r ii CBItN2lnixevl421sit 4ea- OATSNo S mixed 21iixt 23 CAT7IK llrst iiial S 00 IIi tn 1IOUS Western 0 00 Q 0 10 INDIAXArOUS- WIIKAT No 2 red n 72 COn 2 mixed it40siOATS No 2 mixed 2la LOUISVILLE lIOtTU Win patent 4 00 WIIKAT No 2 red COUN Mixed 110OATS Mixed 22 14 IOIilv Mess IwUlrStcam and Crh linn ICIlnninon great dignit and some splendor of dress was off an ele HlrltltnotherIda boxitome abuse kinsmanLtill the gates were rtnM then he answered in pretty clear lngih itianl and some passengers carITeni YearsPain II I am a school teacher havo suffered agony monthly for ton years My nervous system was a wreck I suffered with pain In side and had almost every ill troatIgave mo no relief Ono specialist said no medicine could help me I must submit to an peraUon I wrote to Mrs Pink ham stating my case and replyIVactablo Compound and followed tho advice given mo and now I suffer no more If any ono cares to know more about my case I will cheerfully answer all lettersMISS EDNA ELLIS Hlg ginsport Ohio Cotton Belt carry hand tome Free Reclining Chair Cars from to prin cipal points in Texas with out change These cars are furnished with chairs which can be to recline at any angle thus an easy seat ing the day and a comfort able place to sleep at night 1loco 50c WALTHAM WATCHES The name Waltham engravedon every movement the American Waltham Watch Company makes guarantees the movement absolutely and without any reservation whatsoever I The Perfected American Watch an ittusinled book of interesting information About watches will be sent free upon request American Waltham Watch Company Waltham Mass CHICAGO OMAHA Double DailyService New lino TtiKock ford Dubuque Waterloo tort IKxl co and Coun cil ItluBs bullet IIhmnlnIthis new line uj seen from the car window Tickets ot a hoer 11LILtNSON01AChicagoFree All grocers in town are giving free a pack age of Burnliams Cream Custard which makes two quarts of Ice Cream or ten cups cf Custard no cooking or baking with the UnatyIOrder today Jellycon comes in six deli Claus flavor IM I Cent a Square Ft Includln c and nape JcnponnnMAMItVA JOOnU CO Camden X J Throu h krcrstrairs All through via the Teaso Memphis made affording dur In alillllon to the Through Tree Chair Can tnttnn Sell testes ire tqnlprM with IMIIman Slrtpvn at night and Iarlnr Cite tan during the day The comfort thus proTldod for eerybody combined with the fastest time tub the Cottnn ruirt the most dlrbl route to Teiai Writ an i tell ni where you are and wha jonwlll l are and we will Triptotell yon what your ticket will cost and what train to taka to lUke the heat time nmUm5DrAIlf2WI fCtttlIBTriB jjll 1 TIlL rLLItISTtlAs tgkTtu tnm r r A ciidmti CII aasvrinrPpdtssatbIoa- E W LaBEAUME Q P sad T A St Louis Mo DR IIOFFEHS Allays Irritation AKs Dlgeslloa the BowtU thtns the Child 1StnRTttthlnJ Ey the Bowel Children Costs only 23 cents at DruggistsANY AGE ofI i Oran 2 teats to CJ MOFFETT M D ST LOUIS MOI NEBRASKATHE OF PLENTY I wonder why it is that so many men spend their days working hard on rented farms barely making enough to get along with no great prospect ahead of owning their own homes when within a few plentyNebraskawhere grain and fruit can be raised with the least amount of labor where cattle and hogs fed on corn bring aIhandsome profit where the climato is healthful and churches and schools abound where land is cheap and can bo bought on very easy terms Think of this and if you want information about tho country send to me for Tho Corn Belt a beautifully illustrated monthly paper that tells all about Nebraska and also for Tho West Nebraska interestingillustrated t largo sectional map of Nebraska On tho first and third Tuesdays of each month during tho balance of this year cheap excursion tickets will be sold over our road to Nebraska so that people may go and see for themselves Ask your ticket agent about this P S EUSTIS amyl Pass sal a QaILL MONEY FOR SOLDIERSIHeirs of union Sodlert who made homesteads or less than IU acres before tune ll H7I Leo Walter If abandoned If me lltlouat homnlrnil right was not told or uI1 ibould address with full par tlculsrs 1IEMIY lire Hiihlngton D c RUnlthn 0 u year 8 Senator ao and SJUillnUlt rt toUIIUI a year book free board and looml than cost noaalonnn rBtalnffntfr avies flu e en foe alkMM Hi HlttUIS UDrr I llliEC i When Doctorandothers fslltorellBTSt HjjtneTer rsllsnoxfree UrlitROWea nUwauk Wee TLLIVOIS FIRMS FOR SILK lTn CTSof 40 rcaES W HTU1AS MCMTOX ILL iPISO CURE POR KLaaiarLiiUJtJJEPsin arjjgfjuEEZiIZEinMaswl CONSUMPTION A N KE 1827 EVEN tVIUTIXO TO A1IVEKTIHEBSJ pints slate that you saw the AilTertla maul ID thl paper MAMMMA 11 DONT YOU HEAR BABY CRY Do you forget that summers coming with all its dangers to the little onesall troubles bred in the bowels The summers heat kills babies and little children because their little insides are not in strong condition Winter has filled the system with bileJBelching vomiting up of sour food rash flushedskin colic restlessness diarrhoea or constipation all testify that the bowels are out of orderIf want the little ones to face the dangers with out anxious fear for their lives see that the babys bowels are gently soothingly but positively cleaned out in the spring timeHAnd made strong and healthy before hot tueather sets in The only safe laxative for children pleasant to take they ask for more is CASCARETS Nursing mothers make their rIbenefit Try it Send for a tOe box of CASCARETS today and you will find that as we guarantee all irregularities of the little and big children insides are CURED BY CANDY CATHARTIC 25c IDRUGGISTS 0 aoy otcdy mortal suffering from bowel troubles and too poor to buy CASCARETS we wilt send a bo fro Address LT SUrlinji Remedy Company CMcaeo or New York r mentioning advertisement and paper I JfSUBSCRIBE FOR THE CITIZEN FAIRCHILD T Fairchild LI hat rorreI onleol with many of our new ituili nUnmi thy will bt glad to toe hU taco Dr Fairchild le an f lur tor of national reputation Ilte brother James II Fulrchlld was inwMcnt ot Oberlin College Dr Fnlrchlltl begin his collf t work at IrofrnMtr of Knill h Llttratare In the State Agricultural Cot legs of Mlchlmn Thence he was called to the 1retldenry of the state Aurlrultnml College of KaniAs an Institution which attained a great growth and repuwtton under his ranmnent Then the Iopnlltu got tontrol of Kansas they lIrlcuttllrllCollce pnbll hedby the ace than Co entitled Rural Wealth end Welfare For Northern Students It is an unusual thing for young people to go southward in quest of an education Hut wry new disco ery invention and improvement IS at the first unusual In general it has been true that till greatest advantages were to bo found at tho North but it is easy to see how Berea College is an exception In tho first place it is not really in the South but only in the true tem perate zone liK tittles from Cincin nati sixteen hours ride Iron Cleve laud and iu a most delightful Climate Iu tho second place Beren repro sents the progressive and not the old pjistnkon South It was founded by antislavery Southerners and its teachers are nearly nil graduates of leading Northern schools Tho Borea atmosphere is not distinctly Northern or Southern but national American purIIOUsectional lines n bit Our history classes make excursions to the site of Daniel Boones fort and the battle field of Richmond and every student gains something from contact with the varied social life of tho South Tho picturesque surroundings are a legitimate attraction and our classes in Geology Botany and other scienc es have a field for exploration which is nowhere excelled The great attraction of Berea how ever is its thorough instruction seC cured bywell pluulled courses of study and nn unusually able body of tonchers Everything at Beren is genuine Ve do not undertake to do anything except what we can do Hence we linve no law or medical dcI partment and no fanny electives1 Tho training of specialists wo do not undertake But we oiler general ed ucatiou of the hot quality with good apparatus anti uptodate methods Berea has not sought for Northern students to any great extent but more and morn an towing this way and those who havo been hore have done remarkably well Our gradates who huvt none to the real Uni versittex for profesitionttl study have without exception taken their places in the front rank ROBiNSON Pumnrn And a school where one can be reII spectable mad havo all the best ad vantages without having or spending too much money will ho a blessing to thousands of families Tho natur al cost of living is low in this region aud wo avoid many of the foolish extravagances of the giltedgedcol leges Olio hundred dollars a year willenable one to have a years schooling at Berea and live in com 1fort while three or four hundred do lars would hardly enable ono to sneak through a year at ono of tho more expensive colleges with deprivations which would take away half the value of the studies As those advantages become known there will bo increasing numbers who will seek Borea with its Northern advantages in Southern mountain climate at a cost which makes it cheaper than to stay at home Now or Never Look Uetore You Leap Hut Leap My Dear Young Friend You are between fifteen and twenty one years old and have had some education ill the public schools You have good average brains And you have n general purpose to bo decent and respectable Let ask you a questionIHave you any real p rjme in life t Do you intend to amount to something to accomplish something to bo Home thing in the world t Or are you content to drift along and never rise above the average Let me tell you these things First it is a terrible mistake loss and shamo to bo only an average per son if it is in you to be something betterSecond if you are resolved to amount to something the first step is education Grind your ax before you set to work Find out thin lay of the land before you start to run What ever you wish to bring to pass first invest in yourself by getting knowledge and brainpower Third if you are ever going to get further education the tinge to do no in now know hundreds of people who rfijrct the feet that they neglected to secure an education when they stood where you stand today But I have never known one who regretted any education they had acquired no natter how much it cost them I would like to hear from you talkover your plans andII With best wishes oocWlir 01llCSP01F1c1l eCI Rockcastle County Dlsputanta Wo hind a good rain Friday night Robert Shearer returned home from Illinois Saturday Aug IS Crows and squirrels are doing eon idorable damngo to corn crops Withers Corn is plentiful in this district this rearOur Sundayschool had a good at ondance last Sunday Our school is doing excellent work with a large attendance The big stone quarry hero hits losed down this year They report a profitable season Miss Lucy Robinson of College Bill is visiting her sister Mrs Charley Mullins of this pla eIWe worn delighted lave Bro Fee and Rev Dprthick of Berea visit and preach for us Wo are very glad to learn that ilessrs Will and Fred Mullins with 1v B Sigmau and others of this diImet nro expecting to attend allege this yea- rMadison County Ianolii C C Pearson and family are visiting friends hero Miss Emmaleo Sowers of Whitlock- is visiting her sister Mrs John Led forte Misses Cora and Sofa Beuton visit d friends and relatives here last seek George Johnstono him taken his Brothers place for a few days in the Western Union office hero Clay County Bright Shade Joseph Smith sold two fine mules for S2f0 Elijah Eversolo and wifo were hero recently Win Swalford of Ogle visited friends hero last week Miller and Jessie Smith of Laurel county were here last weokIAndrew Ma nan visited his home near hero Saturday and SundayI Owsley County Gabbarcl Having plenty of rain A C Gabbard of Boonoville was lucre Tuesday A J Chandler is preparing to build n now dwelling L C Roberts went to Tnllega Friday after goods James Oabbard was tho guest of Delaino and Leandor helm Sunday Henry Gabbard Jr visited win tives on Cow Creek Saturday aunt Sunday Herbine is well adapted to tho cure of fevers ofall kinds because it thoroughly cleanses the stomach and bowels of all bilious lumiois mud ex pels all impure secretions of the body Price jcts S E Welch Jr Jackson County ICerby Knob Hot weather A number of our people attended the Berea Fair- Sundayschool is progressing nicely at this place A party of young folks visited the caves last Sunday TIll teachers association will be held at Blanton Flat Sept Ifi Leonard Gmrett and wife of Ham ilton 0nrt visiting relatives at this placeThomas Gayhart nod wife and Mrs Win Jones were the guests of Mr Nathan Williams last Sunday Rev Lunsfonl who held a weeks meeting at this ponce began nI series of meetings at Cave Spring Sunday A free and nays expectoration is produced by a few dotty of Coiissenrt lloueyof Tar in all cases of Hoarse Sore Throat or ditlieulty in breath EjIlILee Co Teachers Association The Teachers As onation of Leo county will be held at Lee City Fri lily Sept 7 with the following pro gram Salutary Address R K Niekell Essay Mrs Alice Amyx Open Door H II Chambers Selection J E Mulders Recitation Myrtle John sonj First Experience as a Teacher Taylor Shockey Selection J C Graham Song French Jones null Faley Long Declination E O Taulbee Letter of Travnl LillieIfoso Reclamation Kelly Rose Recitation Malvery Smith Motion Drill Alice tinrx Lecture on Civil Government J II Risner Essay Am Swingo Arithmetic Among Primary Student Willie Walter Recitation Lillie Evans Letter of Adventure Robert Day Essay Put Walter Declama tics Sam Kash School Exhibits Messrs Walter and Shockey und Miss Minnie L Day Selection Eli Kash Literal Drill It K Niokoll Address IL C Lacy Supt Paper Minnie L DayuIulsic by drum fife violin and organ Literature in the Public School Prof M E Marsh of Boron College The program will begin at 950 a m after thn rendering of which will be lunch and then the crowdwill take an excursion to tho little tunnel just above Lee City All are invited to come and bring a small lunch We expect to make this tho most interesting association in tho country- R K NICKELL Vicepros ALICE AMYX Secy No ono knows tho unbearable tor ture the peculiar and agonizing pain caused by Piles unless they have suffered from them Many believe them incurable This is a mistake Proper treatment will euro them Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment is an infallible cure Prico BO cts in hot ties tubes 7B cts S E Welch Jr A BOON TO MANKIND DRTABLERS BUCKEYE PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED Times BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLS 60 CEIITSI- AMES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor c 2IG lit Main SUe t ST LOUIS Un New Appointment in History Heron students will have much to anticipate null enjoy in the instruction and friendship of the newly elected Professor of History unto assistant inI languages Ilov Howard AI Junes A M PROP JiNES Irllf 11111 tlt If n Ila1tist minitor m It ami n raduatt nf Oborlin ail t Iiag Ilit just returns from two yiirs holyalit ad IIMHI a prize fellowship Ill hits had several yours experiencons a otillexe iiiMrnct or stud in illrjfe itnd everywhere IIaM made a renuikililf r vmd fiTMcholar ship and till tin iiml tics which make a teacher ppuir J w NSVRI nK T Ir Iti llIrlI tilt tli rn lore will Kr taut llr IJ lw1uMin cuAur ru IrifitiU hat tdI111 htm keinIky will w min H It Yet uquantr1 with ShiniTHE SCHOOL The toHctiefV inntitute is groat lever for raising tin standard of the profession Thin up todnto ttncher is using electric street ear methods A few up todate twtchers in 1I1Iji county lain rnim tune Htandanl of the entire county la the institute the imtodato teacher has a chance to ex pliiu how he puts the lx st theories practice and to show heI theories must Iw chunked in order tolIK applicable in phicountry school Vithout till energetic pushing ttHch urs the s would full upon very skeptical and indifferent oars It is tlw tencher who hm the boldness of heart to go rlesdtittil put new theories into irnrtire pre hiuaud KttiiiK them to iwet the reels of his ichool Jilt teneher who succeed given his fellow teach ors courage and inspiration to at tempt the same thingeOno frequently hoars the criticism ic that tinny of this teachers who talk very fluently in the institute alxjiit the success of new methods go hack to their schools and run along in tillI oldruts Of course that is cowardly IIIIHIWII have more respect for the teacher who honestly states in the in stitute that ho is anxious to use thin very host methods which can be suc cessfully adopted iu his district but that thorn are many theories advocat ed in the institute which ho dots not find practical Thin great value which comes from the institute is the suggest ions thrown out which set thin to think rig They must in order to defend prfttltllIlIIwith till sans amount of time and ef fort as the teacher who uses other methods In this way bettor results lint obtained oven through till old methods than would be brought shah without the institute Thou the institute puts many ideas and theories to work in every teachers mind and then is alwayii a temptation to test somo of when the favorable op hart uuily piokontN itself dud man y a teacher tills year in doing his work letter and easier through methods presented lust year or the year before in institute vlnch he considered impractical but till experience of some teacher given in thus years in Mitutc hiss milled the necessary faith Follow teachers let us encourage in every way the teachers institute mutt Un everything in our HMIT to enrich next oars institute wiIhi till very best suggestions which this years murk can shout A carefully 11111rillvaluable to a toucher in many other ways Let roniomlert lint our suc cesses and valuable experiences for the present year are things which can lit given to every teacher next ytVlr hull may In own helpful to souls fellow teacher who is struggling with the same problems than anything the instructor may have to otfor This is our chief exhortation now keep a lucks hook recording your ob servations experiences mid login lit nice to collect material for next years institute And oust thing more the institutes ire almut over but the association meetings mo coming Lot us ln ready for tlusnu THE HOMEI Starting a New Home We wen talking tart win k alxiut what Jnhu wm providing fur hw new lOllltMnrr hat been no hMM iniltistriiniH wryNahrlussonwbrains hits ltotn dreauiiiitf about ntartini nt w home ever nintv nw wan eijfht reir old Toll nn Marv what you heir to start on What dbl your folks give yell to begin with t Well the folks just gave me a itart in iiituation They sent me to 5erea two terms one year ami three onus the next sod I ruokoa it irsst- lheul with what tAnlld in that time myself about ii h u u nil dollars It mine a little at a time red did not tart them much lint it just set me ip The lMst of All I know shout Hxiking and making clothes nnd taking cure of sick folks I ItsruttIat leroa And that in the l irgtt thing hat I shod bring into Johns new IOUM and mint good hoinwkeep lUg- Of cottrno I bari always len ehviug Mild saviiiK up thiuKfOCI that have a heap of limn ami woolen ilanketH and all such like AndYftrr hash been at Bertm I taught thrw schools so that hud noney t buy a cow Had a cabinet rgan ltd a stove and disln Kid a lock and the things that make It have homeliko AIM have fifty dollars loft to use in time of nccxl Well done Mary We dont 1111- to wish you joy ill your new hUIIII- Villi hurt it sort THE FARM Kitltwl by 8 O 1roltwnr of Until milture llrrm Citllmo ToliitN ola Good Dairy Cow eroauiorymuiisI of Minnesota explained tin principles IhtiryIcowdid not can whether tint udder wont IIII11Ukor not or well forward or not or whether it suns largo or lull II Hit looks first at till hlxlor barrel to sets if that largo aunt deep and this is till measure of the cows abili ty to lliIHlllllllasHilllilullI food Next Ill hxiks at tin thigh to see what ills position she niakcsof the food beyond till amount ntvesiary for support Tim more the thigh curves in the cheaper will IlI product ouch Mind of butter If slit has u largo barrel he knowN there is a cotmimill tll inn from thin throat to the barrel that thin foMl will go there mid some thing will In done with the food iiu- IriinetitH If till cow is lle hy and lilocky hlio putts them nutriments away tallow in her timum If slit in share angular tweniHjkwl eat win null la knows she turns tin nutri ments into milk solids anti putt thorn in tin udder I flittllllltr in large sho put largo quantities of WHter in it with tin fat and other solids If the udder Is small she puts the fats mutt other solid in till udder IHHIIUSO there Is no other place to put theta ami pntH less water in the milk This is a start ling assertion but Professor Hawker asserted that for six years wrary oiind of food given to imcli row hits IOn weighed and every round of milk and butter weighed andevery Kiind of milk and putter weighed and every fatted of milk mid but lar fat pmducoj from the fowl lieN Hoo iveighwiand nvurded and lute fact without a single exception art HI staled Prominent milk veins did al fact yellow sera in idMaim tail full Mpmre udder etc hat dclarw are intN of no value Thonly thing to know m that the row Isar Hpare deep frame and inall thin quartern Dniry World wi1 2 WASHINGTON i BALTIMOREPHILADELPHIA i NEW YORK BEST LINE FROM i Cincinnati i TO I St Louis i I AND THE WEST Io P McCARTYI eeNeeNeNelee eNeeeNe ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN BEREA COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS A CIIAMI ion aaotnItJulI sotBEREA COLLEGE IJj Over liO teachers 700 students from liO states Host Library III Kentucky Xo Saloons DEPARTMENTS For those NOT sulllclontly advanced to get u teachers certificate I Trado Schools Carpentry lloiisowork Printing two years IL Model Schools preparing for Normal und the advanced courses For those siillleleiitly advanced to get u teachers certificate yearsIVteachingVI for life For those more advanced VII College Courses Classical Philosophical and Literary Adjunct TheoryIXBorea places the best education in reach of all r ot a monoymaking institution Its instruction is a freo gift It aims to help those who value education ai u themselves and charges a small incidental foe to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction SillJts must also board Expenses for term 12 weeks may bo brought within 21 about half of whiuu must he paid in advance Tho school is endorsed by Baptists Cougregationalists Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information or jritlIl1 advice tddrcim the WceIrrsMent GEO T FAIKC1IILD LL D Heron Mmllson Co Iff i