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WANTED 12 young Indies to tnko tho now course in Domestic Science under Miss Stokes 10 Moro to begin courso in carpenters I THE CITIZENR- ev JOHN DODWELL Manager With Ntrnng inr IMIlum nnil Cur rrgnnulrnlN Knlmtl at the IMtoffle at lltrm Ay at ircond dau mattmutter Heaven help those who help them solves Ho who despises small gains is not likely to have largo onus And Owl spake all thoso words say ing Thou Kluilt Not Kill A limn who ruiiH down his own tOlnllhouldrellwmuor that he is fret to leave President Frost prcauhos at tho Bo ron Church Sunday morning and Mai lory Springs at p in A man who wont spend money for education is like one who trios to bo saving by using poor suet corn Uopciil tliu Oouliul Election Law Fall Turin of lierua College opoiis today Sept I FOHEICN Oon Badon Powell arrived at Capo Town Sept 7 It Is 81111 thai thoBoorg will bo pre vented from taking refuge In Portu ItH turrilory Plentiful rains have fallen in tho fHiniua dbtriota of Iwllii and the winter props are aBsural Boxers and OortnaiH continue fighting In China Franco favors and Germany and the United StHlo dis approve IliiKsiun proposition to with draw troops from Pokin- NATIONAL New York republican nominated n B Odoll for governor Tho threatened strike of 113000 miners in the anthracite region will not tako place A terrible hurricane and flood swept over GalvcstouTex destroying much property and ROIIIO 2000 lives Tho Philippine Commission is plan ning to spend about two million dollars for repairing roads and bridges John D Hockcfeller has made Spollman Seminary n colored college of Atlanta Go a present of 180000 KENTUCKY The cast of John Howard charged with tho asHasinotion of Win Oocbcl was called Mouthy lion J W Yerkcs was greeted by n largo and appreciative audience nt Marion Criltcndau Co Monday The Corydon Journal an indepen dent weekly paper published at lien dersouville haw announced that it will support Yerkes Caleb Powers attorneys have com pleted their bill of exceptions Powers Hontonco has been suspended for sixty days to allow the dofendent an appeal to the appehitu court You cannot drift into tin achieving manhood or womanhood Take time by self improvement BOOKS4 BYoIIWILLIAM E BARTON A QIAtLop1llliiMrailmii liy Ian llninl liuuutl In lmin pun plat Sun Gnaw ay luiiRhli liiliiu oiil Tim Trntli Hliont the Triiulilixt nt IInuidluur Two HtUv Koulliern Morlm with Illutlratlon A rtivcr diilgii of awe t j rmh The two wt UDI6Qo 71- fI1 In ntiitloim II IIIIK A roller lion of hlthcrio unnublUhMl mclmllm tin stare and the frreilmati with liliiorUal nut dM dptlre uote lu ear mi la In Iion1 lie Tho rmilnir end Their Hlor study of the Psalms as rclatad to Jarlull hlMory Two volumn tin box with Kilt top IBW SfHrlcJ luiraduclory irln itlO Tile Story of n Ilinipkln Ilr A hlllo bOOk dally muatmkrt Mtrlllarl IbrbrUihtwlboaU fur IIltlren rA 41rl Inlet ducloy price lxHMwm 00 Ilnp Knot r of novel full elthe aemps1 Ire at the It ItQlMU a Jilnlort elaluealtuetl picture otmdltlm mtenditnt upon the more count The either adrMily utll tart legend ol a lott mine 1rlre 1110 Tin above buokt will he enl iiottiuM by PIte College Bookstore frI16 BEnEAKY THE CITIZENStill IVOLIIiRti Iklf i ut hrNl tk Locals and Personals Mru A T Fish is nt Livingston Prof and Mrs L V Dotlgo arrived yostortlfiy Mnny of tho cisterns nntl wells in ill town mire empty Mrs Kuto Pntimm and daughter Ethel hero rottirnwl for C H Palmar hits returned from Peace Dale H I Miss Lucy Vnn Horn has tnkun charge nt till lio pal- Mary 11 II II lilt has returned frois a vUdl to her pnrunts Misses Lntnols T Booth nail Grace Stokes arrived Monday- J B LtiMB is onnverthig tho front part of his lioUil into a storo room Mrs Iloroiico Halter of Ml Victory Ohio is nt hor ftitliort J W Chancy Mr J V Stewns is in lmrgo ut- th depot after n two monthfl VHUH tionProf C Kaxford JJuymond flllod tho pulpit nt the Union Church Sun Any Miss Lucy HnycH n former student BigkithMr anti Mrs Z Cook and son of Whitowntor Kiln lire nt J J Brann mans Mm JamoH Howlott lies routed MrsTaUlha Morgues house on Center Street Will Hughes amid family of Stur geon nro visiting Jna Ambrose on Center Street Hnrlor Racer has rented rooms in Printing Office block which he will uso as a barber hop Misses Ethel Putnam and Mamie Hanson are trimming for Mrs A T Fish 1lillillorIMrs Geo N Miles and daughter visitingMrsB F Mnltln has recovered his health sufficiently to be able to bo in tho Treasurers ctlico Boanl at Ladies Hell is l2 a week Board at Cumberland nnd Collegehtlildiugs Mr C I Ogg photo artist has re turned from n very successful busi ness trip nmong tho mountains Mr C C MoWhortorri residence and store nt Wall nlCl 0 u was burned last Wodiipsday Partly insured Miss Jennie Hanson left Saturday for Colorado Springs for tho benefit- of her health nnd whore she ex pects to continuo the study of music Mrs1 W Clmney died Monday nud was Tuesday in tho Boron Cemetery Mrs Clmney urns n christ deeplyfeltA largo number of students arrived yesterday many of them Panting for lint tune We were ohlg to press at the time of their RmrnlRIIII wow unablo to secure names 11kss Susie Titus awl Mr D P White Iwth former students of Bono Thursdaybysonage The CITIZEN extends hearty congratulations Mwssre J L Stuart Mnrion and Irallldiu Hobinson from Clay county Sheridan Baiter Hubert Daugherty of Kurby Knob MrCatron of hock castle and Also Baker of Pauoln are hero to enter school Boron people who wont to Hich mend TiioKdny were given n little ox burdngto familiesAfurther damage wns done Tho speech of Judge Crtitcher to tho Democratic club was tho speech of n courloolltllfoutlmun Ho spoke as the Democratic party cou tninod all the friends of the common people anti assorted ruttier than proved his points Time CITIZEN was prosilbugwhat party ho belonged and spoke of homosjust rofrainCrolll Ordinance Xo keeper or owner oh any horse hog or goat kind shall suffer or permit time sumo to bo nt large ou the public streets or alloys of Berea and any such owner or keeper of such beast who shall suitor or saute to run at largo as IIforesmdshnll bo fined not lens than two normoro than ton dollars for each offense Each day that said animals are allowed to keoplorThe following provisions art rondo for executing this law Viz It shall lithe duty of the Marshal PolicoIof may horse hog or oat kind IlflUlU tOrporutolimits suchiovtierabove law In tho event tho owner or keeper of such animals is not known it shall bo the duty of the Marshal to take possession of same and impound them in some pluco provided by the town Ho shall im ulldilll ly retort this action to the police Judge who shall enter a warn mg upon his record diwcribing tho animals and warning the owner or keeper thereof by legal public no tire to apnour within days from thirtydnyethQJJptf appear tho judgo shall ordei thorn delivered to him proceed against him at once for law iu which case the costs of impounding feed lag advertising notifying the parties shall bo as part of tho costs in proceeding against the said owner or keeper If within the saidanimalssold nUll pameut of costs made from proceeds of sale Five days notice shall be given of tho time and place of said sale by posting notices in three or moro public places in the town In tho event that any animal shall be sold under this article for moro than enough to pay tho costs of the proceedings against same tho excess shall be deposited for time benefit of the owner who at timo within one year may demand that it appenrone year it shall be iidjuged to bo forfieted to tho town Tho Marshal is to have 25 cents for andtnkillfup impounding any of atul 10 cents for each additional ani mal taken up nt tho same timo Ho klepIlIgfor keeping KQ cents for advertising undsfling said animals also ro pnrtiesSE L liobiuson Clerk Our New Manager The Reverend John Dodwoll late ly of Jacksonville Fin has acquired an interest in tho CITIZEN and with noxt issue begins his work as manager Brother Dodwell is by birth nu Englishman and has hadextensive business oxperionco in Illinois and Missouri While in tho latter state ho hoard and heeded a call to preach tho Gospel and ho undertakes tho work of the CITIZEN with tho feeling that n Christian Newspaper may be as much an agent of Gods Kingdom as a church JOHN DODWELL Our now manager brings his wife U Boron aud will make his homo among us Ho is n gentleman oraC ftble mannors amid tho love of hi neighbors beams from his counter slice A brother minister writes of Irui ho is well liked by iiis people sound iu faith practical and with a largo degree of common sense His bishop says I know him well as ho has beta iu Florida eight years He is a student of books and of men Ho has superior business qualifications is scholarly und a good writer mind has tho quality of bringing things to passProf Raymond retains a place on tho editorial staff and the CITIZEN will bo able to do more than ever for ita readers with this reenforcement You may bridle tho appetite bu you can not bribe the liver to do work well You must be honest wit it help it along a little now and then with a dose of Herbino the best liver regulator Price 50 cts S E Welch Jr Ir p TENTS PATENTABILITY Notice In Inventive Age Book How to obtain patents TRADEMARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS JFREE CII4 teC1UedelleraSIGGERS Palnl Lawyer Wuhlngton DC Louisville Nashville R R Time Table in Effect Sept i 1900 iOoIng North Tniln 0 Unll10 Ltavo Boron 011m am Arrive Richmond 12 20 a in Arrive Paris Blupm Arrive Cincinnati 600 p m GolllC South Tniln I nlljr Leave Berea 122 pm Arrive Livingston 218 p m J W STEVENS Ticket Agent wz1z1z1 Zz1z1zzzz Zz1z z Z A PROCLAMATION OFfI ECONOMY for the Spring and Summer Season in Mens I OLOTECINGr MadeGl toWBareprrwre10 clntli you with the Iosrprird righ ly rnndf absolutely IVW in Amortize Klghllvmale at it In of famous Vitals Brand tliroiily rslyp wear ClutliiiiK Tailored on atrietly Micmlnr 1w is in clean Well VilitllaUd wnrknximi JYrlwi llttitiK nut var nl tinir IKIIIII the inside the r1t I VikIM very life the lrlllII It Rreft111 hr msknug represents the reioliturc of time and thought sad II n dteherlrontreat to the tailoring ecn lu ordinary nwdylowmr Clothing The Fables that w hnw ere the very newwt leal1 that will Iw teen thto wawm Iltll ptflll1 uluItI to us In the see of tfIJ- i1I tie above Mole Tho most extraordinary feaiuiv combining our great otTer that we mi and 1011 our Clolhlug atnt LESS MONEY TlMtioliwwIiera How cairwe ammo to wit sue htgh grade Clothing for IBM money than Iwwbvrv Our answt r purr and lmplt Our Is a mmliTii store oiutnicte l Mrlrtlyon proNrvn lvc i our Clolllhill b Mnd on the smallest inarfln of profit leHiidlng 111 Urgi vulumv or budnuM Tln inure nothing we sell the greater iour punha powtT the lower our rioM that nthr story In a iuiih ll COVINGTON MITCHELL a-r RICHMOND KENTUCKY 4t2 4 c C1 a an opportunity for soreral earn men and young women to good part of their expenses Pike Meeting Court Room Sept moo The meeting of the subscribers to the Pike fundshowed that tho amount of 2000 proposed to be rais ed was not fully completed but it was considered safe to organize and elect a construction committee On motion it was voted unanimously that a com mittee of five should be chosen from tho subscribers to receive tho funds and have tho entire charge of tho work Voted that a nominating com mittee of three should bo appointed by the chair to report a list of five names for consideration The chair appointed T J Osborne J M Early and Dr Fairchildwho after conference presented tho names of 1 Burdette Geo Ames S E Welch JP Bickuell and T J Os borne Th name of B R Robinson was also placed in nomination Balloting proceeded on tho basis of tho terms of time subscription every 25 of stock being entitled to one bal lot smaller subscriptiono wero count ed in proportional fractious Of tho stock subscribed 10 votes wero re quired for n majority A count show ed for J Burdetto S58 votes T J Os borne 558 S E Welch 552 B II Robinson J98 Oeo Amos 111 J P Bicknoll 18 Tho five receiving tho highest number of votes were do dared elected It was further voted that the time subscriptionsfalls duo bo extended from Septem ber 1st to September loth GEO AMES Chairman S0 MASON Secy N B The committee held meet lings Monday and Tuesday aud urge all interested to complete subscrip tions as soon as possible and be ready to pay the ono half needed to begin tho work immediately Welcome New Students To every new student Berea ex tends a hearty welcome You have come to to a good place and you will find friends here songsentitledhOu To Berea We are going to Berea to that college In the Milt Where Nature In her glory every eye with pleas ure fills Where we learn lu dally Urlng as we study play or plod Theres a Brotherhood ot Manhood and a Fa therhood of God todayII re going to Berea to that college where light and love are blended In a grandly simple way Where the plastic mind Is molded for the broad et noblest guage And li fitted or the channel of the Nineteenth Century Ago All the friends of true progression of a high and llbral kind Believe In heart expansion ni they do In broadn Ing mind The successful man thats coming will be loyal to the Truth One who had the nerve to labor and to study In Ida youth Would you holp the friends that love you cheer the home which you came Or lap your growing pinions toward the pin nacle of lame Tale a 001110 of thorough study where our standard Is unfurled And youll have your part and x rtlon In the progress of the world f WORMS Our Advertisers are all men whom it pays to patronize CLF HANSONS LIVERY Center Street Art Gallery- C I OGQ Proprietor Uptodate Photos Nothing but tho best nil Ish at time low est price LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Office in Henson Did l2300 E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky J C MORGAN SurgeryI1 to1 P M National Bonk Building Richmond Ky DtiXTAL SUJIGEJir A WILKES SMITH D D S Smiltt Building Mal Street Iticlimond Ky TelrplimiK arIdrurPNo02tnacco10 REPAIR THAT LOOM IRLS who wish an education at f Berea will receive gcod pay for articles of home manufacture Bring them to the Lady PrincipalYARD Good Homespun Linen 40c Llnosey 50c Patent dies not rwdvcd Old fashioned Indigo blue preferred Good Homespun Jeans 50c Dress Flannel COo Good Coverlids well woven and matched from four to six dollars It is n great thing that Berea Col lego is finding a chunco for the moun tain women to got good money for their homespun Ladies who visit Berea from Louis rule and Chicago Mild othercities like to get things like those their grand mothers used to make And they think tee iotiitspuu more beautiful as well as factorymadeWe who can spin weave or dye Address Miss Josephine A Kobinson Berea Ky X WHITES Jt CREAMI For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies WlltqwB C X 3Y LSaL aIi VGGIST3-i byJAMES F BALLARD St LouIs Sold by 51VfLCII Tr 11701 0 FOR CASH priceshdveCASH trade You can buy more goods for CASH than on credit ai Call and examine our large stock of Women and Mens fine Footwear and Gents Furnish ings at prices mucli lower than ever before Call and be Convinced DOUGLAS BRIGHT CO 207 West Main Street RICHMOND KY J yt THE CITIZEN IA WEKkLY NEWSPAPJSII IIBREA KKXTtCKY 1 OUR PLATFORM t This paper aims to bring the best reading to every fire 1 side Reading is a great thing but it makes a big difference i what you read TilE CITIZEN brings first of all the newsnot every talc ofcrime or horror but the im portant newsthe news from Vashington and the State capital from our soldiers in far off islands from our neigh bors everywhere For the young folks we have a story and a Bible lesson for house wives a few new ideas each weekwhich should lighten their labors for the farmer some valuable hints which jwill 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 Col lege 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 hosc who are visited Iby TIlE CITIZEN wilt know what is going on in the world Every week it wilt tell them something worth knowing TilE CITIZEN is pledged to no It is every mans friend Itstands for the things which benefit all temperance thrift kindness enterprise and education And we ask all who believe in these things to subscribe for THE CITIZEN r RULINGS OF THE COURT The right of n city to discharge n sewer Into a tnllraco oclonglng to an individual where it runs through a culvert unifer n highway is denied in Kevins vs Kitchburg Mass 47 U n- A312 A policy of insurance against loss or by windstorms cyclones or Tornadoes is held in Holmes vs Phoenix Insurance company C C A eighth C 47 L It A 308 not to cover damage by hall Failure to enact or enforce nn ordi nance prohibiting the riding of blcy clefi on sidewalks is held in Jones versus Willinnisburg Va 47 L IL A 291 insutllcient to make a municipal ity liable for injury to u person strmsk by a bicycle ridden on the sidewalk A breach of promise of marriage Is held in Sanders versus Coleman Va 47 L IL A SSI to be excused when without any fault on his part the prospective husband has developed n grave malady of such character that marriage might endanger his life or health A state hospital created for purely governmental purposes under the cx elusive ownership and control of the state Is hell in Main versus Eastern hospital Va 47 L It A 577 to beInot liable for Injury to an Inmate by negligence of the persons in charge The right of n telephone company to string wires in a highway Is held in Wyunt versus Central Telephone company Mich 47 L It A 407 to InIelude the right to do the necessary trimming of trees in the highway in n proper manner without first giving the landowner nn opportunity to do It An Infant who has bought a bicycle on the installment plan Is held in lIIeeI versus Duller eX V 47 L It A 303I to be under obligation to account for Its use and for deterioration in its value while in his possession if he rescinds the purchase The disaffirm ance of a conveyance by nn infant is upheld in Bullock versus Sprowlsa Tes 47 L It A 320 without ing the consideration received for the property when it is not in his posses sion or control upon arriving at fulltage hut has been dissipated by while still a minor PITHY AND POINTED A young man may die but an old man musttContinued cheerfulness is a manifest sign of wisdom Maids of honor are those who do notpindulge in flirtations From the mothers point of view an ugly baby is an Impossibility The woman question for centuries has been Vliat did she have onfIt is no credit tOn man to l eep word because no one will take It prol1ablyenter c I keyr It not hurt a to crack it ghurLovo is but a transport says a poet Yes and so Is a canal boat forYthat matter iter THE LITTLE MARTYR bet ma kiss YOW tsars away LltUeone Let me press rou to my breast Little one Ah the memory of today Little one Llko n ghost will wreck my rest Little one I have punished you for naught I was cruel ere thought And cutter as I ought Ltttlo one I may win your smiles again tAttle one I may hear you shout at play Little one Etlll your love I may retain Little one nut lye been unkind today Little one And fclas Youll not forget tufts und kindness and regret Khali not clear away the debt Little one May tho lord bo good to you onel you by the hand Little one May air villas moot your view Little one In a many pleasant land Little one And In all rour trials here May you nsvcr wring a tear From n blamclcs heart my dear Little one S K Klscr In Chicago TimesHer old I TilE STURGlS WAGER- y A DETECTIVE STORY f By CDCIAlt MOHETTE 1lCHAlTKR XII CONTINUED Continuation of Abrojfasts letter That nftcrneon as soon as the hank had closed I culled nt the address Chatham had given me lie evidently expected me With him was a man whom he Introduced as James Wltbcrs the depositor In whose tarot my blunder hail been made Hud I not been laboring under great excite menu It la like y that my suspicions would have been aroused by the strangeness of Withers province In Chathams room Tho tro men received me pleasantly and the alleged Wlthf re even before I could broach the subject expressed his regret at hear lug of the error which had been commit ted Hid assured me of his willingness to reimburse the bank butnh there was an ominous but Ho was short of ready money Just then everything he hnd was tied up In u promising enterprise which was bound to bring In a magnificent profit In tho course of a few days If only ho could raU n few paltry hundreds to rnnblc him to hold out a little longer If ho failed to scrape together this small amount all would bo lost Insidiously and relentless ly they drove me toward the trap they bnri prepared and I was weak enough to tall Into It Before the Interview was over had consented to allow Withers to still further overdraw his account and I had rccclvrcl his solemn promise to refund be fore the end of tho week the entire rimount he owed tho bunk Then Chatham suggest ed that It would bo wiser to let the see ond overdraft como from another ac count Withers agreed with him und stated that tho check could be made In the name of Henry Seymour a relative of his who had recently opened a small account with the Knickerbocker bank I strongly ob looted to sharing th secret of my Infamy with nay others but I finally allowed myself to ba overruled by the plausible scoun drels Into whose clutches I had fallen The next day I took my first step In crime by making such entries as would Insure tho honoring of Seymours check After that I was completely In the power of these two men It was not long before I discovered that I had been their dupe Chathams acccompllce was not the true Withers for this man a few days later made a largo deposit which more than covered his previous overdraft The false Withers was Henry Seymour himself As soon as I had committed n felony It became unnecessary for Seymour to keep up any further pretense of a desire to re fund tho money I had helped him to steal I was now In the meshes of crlmo as deeply as my accomplices and from that time to this they have forced me to act as their catspaw During this period of two years the bank haa been robbed In this way of over 15000 every cent of which line gono to Chatham and Seymour You can perhaps Imagine what a hell my life has been during that time With prlspn and disgrace staring mo In tho taco nnd with the absolute conviction that ex posure must Inevitably como sooner pr Inter I have suffered the torture of the damned At tho Kink I have been In a perpetual sttto of suspense I have start ed at every word spoken to me I have seen suspicion In every glance which has nut mine have trembled and paled at every approach of one of tho officers of tho bank And yet I have not dared to ab sent myself from my desk for an hour lest an examination of my books during my absence should reveal my crime I have been tho first to reach the bank In tho morning and the last to leave It at night I have not even taken the few minutes during tho day which would have been re quired to enable mo to obtain n hurried meal On ono pretext or another during the list two years I have bad to forego my annual vacation I have dragged myself 0 my post when I was so that I could hardly stand because could not afford to have anyone take charge of my books for even an hour And all that time wltu full realization of my degradation ODd Infamy I have been forced to continue my fluuds knowing that each ono brought mil pearer to tho Inevitable final exposure but knowing equally well that a refusal n my part to continue my stealing would I result In an Instant betrayal by my ac complices At last further concealment became inipossible A week ago tho yearly ion of tho bookn took place Tha expert iccountant employed was as usual Thomas Chatham and of course as usual his re port was entirely satisfactory It seemedttherefore us thftugh discovery postponed a little longer when suddenly his morning wero Informed that a change In the syscm of boos keeping wouldIbeadoptcd after tho 1st of January I saw onco that nil was over The discovery of my crlmo Is now matter of hours I must bo out of the way before tho crash comes or I um doomed I can already see the felons stripes upon my back the clang otthe prison gates ring In my ears I am too dazed to think but I feel that my only escape Is In death And yet I cling life I know that tho happy days of thoaast are gone forever antI yet I feel a sortsof numb relief at tho thought that worst Is now certain to come and to comb at once 1thaplace of safety Onco there I shall bo ico from pursuit but I shall be an exile e anti I shall carry with mo to the gravo tho burden of my siniThe most my wronghave n e forced to fac the world not only un protected by tho one whose duty and wl nso cslre It was to smooth the way for youtut what U worse oppressed by the en of his sin What little money I have left In the sayebank I have transferred to jour name ou may use It all with aclearcnscienccIevery dollar of It wear I have never bad a single cent of the money I have stolen It has all been drawn by Henry Seymour and used I know not bows soon as I am settled In the place to which I am going I shall try as far as lies In my power to redeem my past by a liferfhonest labor and I hope to bo able trlbuto to your support In the near future Oh my wife my darling wife Would that tho past could bo blotted out and that I could onco more place my hand In your an honest man Though you may llnd It hard to forgive mo now perhaps In limo you may be able to think gently of him who baaIYour devoted husband JOHN W AllllOa AST My safety depends upon your keeping the contents of this letter secret fur nt least three days After that time ideas send to Mr Dunlnp president of the Knick erbocker bank tho Inclosed papers which will reveal to him the full extent of my de falcations I do not hesitate to betray Chatham nnd Seymour they did not scruple to ruin me I hava sent for Chatham nnd I shall glvo him warning of my Intended flight If ho sees tit ho can take such steps as ho may choose tu escape hits own richly deserved punishment Willie Sturgis was rending Arbognsts letter Dunlnp restlessly pacing the room lund observed him furtively Well lie now inquired stopping before the reporter what do you think of that 7 Poor woman exclaimed St urglll feelingly it is terrible to think of the MilTcring brought upon her by her husbands guilt I ought to be hard ieneel to n situation like this for it Inevitable sequel of almost every Icrime that is ever committed Hut an moved every time by the litiiet expiation of the innocent for the guilty Yes yrs I know said Dunlnp in differently that It not what I meant Dill you note the amount which this scoundrel con fosses be and lila accom plices have stolen front the bank Yes It is a large Mini Two hundred nnd fifty thousand dollars Why man if that Is true it is iiiough to cripple the bank No no I dont nnnii that of course the bunk Is rich and could stand the lost of Ilour tunes that amount Hut n quar ter of u million Is u round sum for nil of that It lOCK not KCOIII possible that In spite of all our care they cnn have succeeded in making away with so much money Hut they did There car be no doubt nbout th tlor in the pa pers which Arbogast inclosed for melt his letter to lila wife he explains Joel how the thing wan done It is simple enough when yon know the trick but it took fiendish cunning to devise It I never would have thought that roe cally bookkeeper Intclllgentcnough to concoct such u scheme If the pchcnie Is n work of genius said Stiirgis you may rest iisKiircd that Xwho may very well be Henry Seymour wnst t lie author of it Well at any rate observed Dunlnp there mill tiling that intiM hcdonr nt once and that is to find both Chat ham nnd Seymour It is not possible that in two years these men have spent n quarter of ti million dollar between them It is nt all events possible that they may not have done so replied Sturgls for my Investigations tdiow that both Arbogast and Chatham hnc been men of regular nut exemplary habits in their private lives They do not np pear to have been living much if nt nil beyond their means Tljpre does not setm to have been in the case of either man any room for a double ex istence which might otherwise have explained the situation Neither wan a spendthrift or n gambler and neith er was dissipated Then you hove Plot the faintest idea of the present whereabouts of Clint Imrn or of his mysterious accomplice Let me tell you exactly what have done up to the present time und then you will be nble to judge for yourself And I too shall see more clearly where we stain for tilt necessity of putting ones thoughts Into words is an aid to clear thinking CHAITKK XIII THK LOST TRAIL So paying Sturgis settled himself In his chair and began lila narrative After leaving you title morning my first Ktep was to gain admission to the Tombs To the Tombs Interrupted nUll lap Yes the cabman line been rvtnandcd to the Tombs to utnlt trial for compile Ity In the murder of the unknown nina whose body was found in his cab Arbognsts Yes Arbogasts lint of course the police do not know that Wore you allowed to see the cab man Yes As reporter of the Tempest was ruble to obtain nn interview ithIIslam When first nnesicd the man whose name by the way is Iteilly was incapable of making a connected state incnt the lawyer assigned to defend him laughed in his face when lie Iietird hIstorJ and advised him to leavelhe romancing to n trained his only chance of escaping the electric chair Naturally under the circumI stances the poor fellow hesitated toIunbosom himself to n stranger lUit I finally managed to gain his confidence by showing him that I believed his tory and that I was trying to find he men whose scapegoat he now is It KceniH that yesterday afternoon nt about three oclock he was stationed t the cabstand In front of Mndison where he was accosted by n t man answering Chathams description who engaged him to drive hut to the Fulton street ferry On reaching the ferry tilt man ordered Kellly to pro ecd to a low grogshop on South street Here he entered returning In a few minutes to invite the cabman to take drink with him The men tented themselves nt a table upon which II bottle and two filled glasses were al eady placed Chatham handed one of glasses to Iteilly who drank It and probably many more At any vents he remembers nothing further ntil he v IIS rudely shaken by Chat tam who leditlmnuitlnto the street Here the cold air revived him and te remembers noticing several thing ti which he did not pay much attention nt the time but which seem significant now ns he recalls th- eFIrstlyit was now quite dark Secondly Tho cub which hind been facing south when ho entered the barroom wns now facing north Thirdly Chatham persistently car ned hula left hand in the boson of bin coat he was very pale and seemed weak und illHe with difficulty climbed upon the box beside Iteilly and ordered him to thrive uptown Presently the cabman became drowsy again The next thing his remembers Is coming to hlmscll after the overturning of the cab by the cable car That the man was drugged there can be no doubt It Is probable that while he sat apparently drunk In the barroom Chatham took the cab to the Knickerbocker bank ex pecting to smuggle Arbogast Into It without ItelllyV knowledge n deep move since it would effectually cover up the trull It they wanted to make with the bookkeeper as they evidently did Seymour may have met him nt the bank by appointment but nit more inclined to bclicto that he was there unknown to Chatham and possibly for the purpose of spying upon the latter to lice if his instruc lions were carried ott lIe lent his ac complice a ham In the nick of t line and then like u prudent general he re tired to a safe position thence to di icct further operations What I can not yet understand Is why Chatham ihould have taken the enormous risk he did in conveying Arhogahts body front the bunk since Seymours Inten lots was plainly to make away with time bookkeeper In any event I can explain this only on the supposition that Seymour thought he could1 conceal the body In some way 01 preYn It from falling Into the hand of the police On the part of any ordinary criminal this would have been rank folly but the resources of such a man nil Seymour are such that I do not fee disposed to criticise his generalship In thin particular without first under standing his ultimate object Front what I have seen of his work thus tar I have derived n profound admiration for the mans genius nnd cunning dev iltry Fortunately fate was against him this time Its Instrument was the cable car which overturned the cab thus delivering ArboguntV body Into the hands of the police and furnishing the key without which It Is quite like ly Seymour might have remained for ever undiscovered You think then you will succeed In unearthing this villain asked Dun Up eagerly While there lift theres hour sold Stnrglll with grim determination hut I must confess that the outlook at present III tint exactly brilliant How ever let me finish my report During the excitement that followed the overturning of tIlt cat Chatham managed to escape as you know anti he line thus far succeeded In avoiding arrest al though the police have kept n sharp lookout for him Kvcry steartuhlp that sails every train that loaven New York is watched but limn fur without result For my part I am convinced that Chatham has not yet attempted to leave the city Isnt It probable on the contrary that he fled front New York Immediate ly after running away front the overturned cab asked Dunlap I do not think so replied Sturgls with lila wounded hand he is a marked taint he would be easily recognized n strange city Ills safest hidingplace Is lucre In New York where he doubt less has friends ready to conceal him He that ns it may he remains for the present under rover and the scent Is lost The police are groping in the dark Just now and ami to nm I The banker looked sorely disap pointedAnd so that Is all yU have been able to discover Not n trace of the money It does oat seem possible that n quarter of n million dollars can disappear so completely without leav ing the slightest trace If we can ever find Seymour re plied Sturgis I snake no doubt we shall be aIde to locate the lions share of the money Yes he added thoughtfully that Is all I have been able to die cover up to the present time or at least all that seems to be of any Im mediate importance Of course I called on both Mr Murray nnd Mr Scott but beyond the fact that Clint ham like Arbogast wan n mould em ploye all got from them was theI address of Chtat hams iHiardlnghouse there I was informed that the ac countant bad moved on New Years eve without leaving lilt new address There is one other link In the ehnlnI of evidence which I have investigated hut I cannot tell yet whether It willI ead to anything or not It may be immaterial but who knows Ios sibly it may prove to be the key to the entire problem And what Is this promising link asked Dunlap eagerly 7here Is not much to tell on this score answered Sturgis You will recall that according to the evidencel which we have thus far Chatham was attacked by Arbogast while he was In the act of using the ehtphionetee yon reconstructed that scenetWell continued saw nt once that the telephone mightI possibly prove to be nn t ness for the prosecution if I could only discover the nnme of tho person with whom Chatham was talking when he was shot I therefore called nt the central office to rake Inquiries- As I was able to specify almost the cxnct minute ni which this call was sent it was an easy matter to find the young woman who had answered it but tie chances were that she would not remember the number willed for She did however tti II had been flxeil In her memory by somt unusual circumstances It seems thai after giving Chatham the connection he wanted the operntor rang him up While sIte was listening for n reply she heard n sharp report followed by a scream then n sound of confused voices nail presently another sharp report After that cattle com plete silence nnd she was unable to iiobtaincalls You have lucre corroborative evi dence of the sceimt between Chatham end Arbogast soul Dunlap Yes hilt I tilt not need that What I wished to know was the nnme of the person with whom Chatham wanted to converse Did you discover It The number of the telephone hi gave Is that of the Manhattan Chem lea company And what Is the Manhattan Chem lea company That is the question I asked peo pie connected with the commercial agencies They replied that they knew very little concerning this firm because although It has been In ex istence for n couple of years it ap parently never asks anyone for cretiC it preferring to pay cash for goods delivered to it I called at tho nfllce of the Manhattan ClirmicsLI company to Investigate on account The ofllce ant store occupy the basement of an old ratnfthackU building whose upper stories e rented out ns busioess ofilces The laboratory and manufacturing depart ment nre downstairs In the cellar The store contains onln few chnltt and n long counter behind which rlM shelves contalnlnir rows of bottle with brilliantly colored Inliels A fcri painted signs upon the walls vaunt the merits of Dr Hendersons Cough Cure and Dr llcndrrimnz lIver Spe cHic I did not expect to find anyoni In on New Years tiny I was there fort surprised to see a solItary clerk sitting with his feet upon II desk nm apparently absorbed In the reading ol n newspaper n pale ytfltflgiuuen of the washedout blond type with wet tery greenblue eyes IIntln scant milS tache which falls to conceal n weak mouth lIe rose to greet mo with nn air of surprise which dors not speak well for the briskness of troth In the establishment Indeed if we nre to judge by the nsjtcct of things In th ofllce of the Manhattan Chemical com pony business In patent medicines dots not appear to be flourishing just nt present Hy the way did you ever hear of Dr Henderson remedies No I cannot any that I have an swered Dunlap That Is the curious part of It Mid Sturgls I hue beet unable to discover nay advertisement published by tithe firm anti It Is only by profuiA advertising that such n concern eat live Yes of course exclaimed Duniap somewhat Impatiently but whSt- h all title to do with Chatham I dont know replied Sturgis poulhlJ nothing perhnps n great deal ITo lie Continued CHINESE TREATY CITIES PrUUrcr Thnt Are rrorileil tu fbi Korrlicnrr In flu Thlrlf- Klntil Town Ever since the trent of 1S43 opened Canton Amoy Fuchow Ningpo and Shanghai to foreign trade wo hays called these and other towns since In cluded with them treaty jtorls Tin Germans says the New York Sun called them Frcihandclhnfen or free trncl ports butt have stow dropped that tIes ignation nnd use the words KrcJhan dclplatzo or free trade places Ihits reason for the ebaago Is that for long time nil the towns oj encd to troth were on the coast or on the rivets reached by steamers trout the sea Hut today among the 38 treaty cities som nre In the far interior like Monglze 01 Somen and If situated on waterway can be reached only by the smallest junks It Is no longer accurate to des ignate nil the treaty cities In China lit ports ender the many trentlcs made with China n foreigner equipped wltl passport Is tree to travel nnywhcni and missionaries may live in any town The treaty cities however glee for elgncrx special privileges In these towns nlonc the nllcn may establish hli home buy nnd sell property follow any calRng or trade anti travel In the suburbs without n passport under the terms of the treaty of pence between China nnd Japan he may erect factories anti engage ln industrial production The 33 treaty cities are In fact so ninny centers of growing foreign influence Scattered through the IS provinces they are the most potent agencies today for the dlssvinlnntion of western Idrna Railroads are not more needed IB China than the addition to the num ber of trcntycitles throughout the cm pIe Didnt Wnnt Cnnitrnlnlnllnni The Inte duko of Westminster alias received when at Stnck In Wet Suther exprluIngwin ft certain big race The duke lunch 0s to pay for the earring of till telegram from the nearest oilier He instantly wrote his tItanIc for the at tention nddlng however that his ngnlnIfrighthiichhorse till win tho rnce nnd his grace netted c 10000 lout It Is doubtful if ever forgave his friend the little heIwhich had cost him 13 Flue Only Safe apiMr Sappy I hope Ill get a for a wife t She You better remain single It Sappy Harlem JJf nnsslns New Calendar tUnaltl that Kuisia iiabout toadoptsnew1- islendar Eacheer contain I twentyeight days each and btgint on Mon day on Saturday The main feature if calendar li Its apparent stability tad In title it resemble the sovereign remedy Hosteller Stomach llitten which bu nn immovable position for hill a scntury Try it for Indigcition Jyscpt4s tonitipation ucrvoututti or Insomnia Imi- to ture you get the genuineSTroublesome voteri tnuit say sir that I roniidcr you have broken your promise to- your constituent Young lfgl lalor Itealljr Mr hank Im wf torry tlont you know tint amiably I think I can make another ust at goodl Chicago Inter Ocean A llrinnrkalile Cmtt where after a years lufTehng immediate relief was two pcrnou by Palmers lotion Jliw llattie Morriion of Kelma Kan ai wrote One bottle of your lotion cured itsf and my mother 0 Sore Kye of over a year standing from which we could nn relief until we oliUmrJ valuible medicine Thi most reliable fenivdy will at once relieve an ease of o- rFes anti Kyelirf and rlnlullIlcure them without thsid of a hug olonFreive free 4inihlet of testimonial Itld- w1IIe of lotiun or Iolion toll Too Mncli for Him Vliilor Whf re that telegraph edftorT JUnagcrInwne Inwne the eatif- Kpaniih TagaloR lloerChineie language Syracuse Herald TIP lirl lrrrrlitlnn fur Chili anti hever Is n hotUn ot Cmvrs TA5TCLCI fiilLL TUNIC Itilu uliiiplylrnnnmlyiilnlncm uUslclc form o no ssy If a women wants to work the trrtnuto stop on her hutband she tliouW put on her prettieot dress when chic ilori it Nothing spoil effect of tears quicker than s toiled wrapper Atchinon To Cure a Cold In fine liar T Vo Inxntlvo llrnmo Quinine Tablet All druggists rofunti ituonuey it IUlIlIs Iocuro 20 Some wives like watches lusiv pretty fares debrate hands aixl are good to upon tout noinrvrhat difficult to regulate lhi as lilv News Women ThinkAbout In addrossnff Mrs Plnkham you are com munloatlng with A Woman A woman whoso oxpo rlonco In treating fomal Ills Is greater than that of any living person male or femalo Sho has fifty thousand such testimonial letters as wo are constantly pub llshlng showing that Lydia 5E Plnkham 8 Vegetable Compound la dally ro Having hundreds of suf fering women- Every woman knows somo woman Mrs Pink ham has restored to health Mrs Pinkham makes no statements sho cannot provo Hor advloo Is freeLydi R Ilnkham Lynn hu NEBRASKATHE OF PLENTY I wonder why it Li that BO many men spend their days working hard on rented farms barely making enough to cot along with no great prospect ahead of owning their own homes when within a few plentyNebraskawhero grain and fruit can bo raised with tho least amount of labor whero catllo and hogs fed on corn bring a handsome profit whero the climato is healthful and churches and echoola abound whero land ia cheap and can bo bought on very easy terms Think of this and if you want information about the country send to mo for Tho Corn Dolt a beautifully illustrated monthly paper that tells all about Nebraska and also for Tho West Nebraska interestingiIIustratod largo sectional map of Nebraska On tho first and third Tuesdays of each month during tho balanco of this year cheap excursion tickets will be Bold over our road to Nebraska so that peoplo may go yourticketP S EUSTIS CI r All o 1011CHICACO ILL MONEY FOR SOLDIERS HEIRS 01ellthe sddillouol homestead riiiht ww paticIArlILLINOIS F11IMS Foil u w muuaWKttiiViu tier ANOTHER PHASE I A Pronouncement of Sonic K iul Is Jn Preparation By This Government MINISTER WU CLOSETED WITH HILL An Independent Move Towards tho Ultimate Withdrawal of Our Troops From China II l Itoiiiirlril In Vienna That Ilea lu Unit Aurrril in Cuiiiiru arts lnitliiK n irllin ot the Triiopi In PC I Iii K loniliin Sept IIH In inserted that ReeonlIIItlfo Wally Mrill that Kimsln bar ujjrewl to a fuintroinUc leasing n juirtlon of the troops In Peking anti bciidlnj hu main body to TienTutu which will be Urn military heiidiiuar 1fursWunlilngtan Sept a Minister Vu nrrlveil In WuNhliiKloii from tip 5itullllllllKhIIdry ho procinleil directly to the iilnlo depirtmeiil It Understood tliiil hI land rvcehetl on Intliniitlon thai tho ilepiirtineiil olllcliilit were iliMlnnm of eonfcrrliiff with him lifiieo hU return to Vaihlniton Kor utterly an hour the minister WUII clou alai with Actlnjf tncrelury and AnnUliiii bicritury Ade s tho door Iwlnj liKkcil iiuninliini mid huh even tho niewwntcerH nllowod ciitroiuv None of thu pnrtleH to tho confer mice was ooiiiiiiiinicatlve to the viinfereneo but ot UK coneliiRlou Ur Hill r iillvll to the white house with u papemForndnlslrra visit Aetlnj Secretary tutu Anilntdiit Secretary Afire hud helm cnipisiil In short oonfcruncc and It wtlN gilt hrlal tint the neKotlii lloiiH tlliutho to China wIre up priKiehliic another phnne nnd that iinothur ironuiiiiceinrnt of Willie kind wait In prtiiamtlon The fnet re old led that when the Unllnl Slates mild Its renpoime to the Itiiiwlun lioto on tho Myth lilt the ollleluli hen Mpniwwl the belief that nboot II w iikn tlinn would Ira required to ililoriiilnti upon the next tep nnd tit Ihu roll nf thtil lime It would bo dcrUillely kmiMi whether or not the troop worn to be withdrawn from Poking That IrlotIII time inn now rlujMcil Tlio rcporln front the ICuropnAii cliaiie llorl Indlcatu unit ontvltilly at least thin Important nub jotit In 1t liif treated with the great twt dulllMrntlon nnd at leant another arek and pnibubly even morn time nosy lio Iumiumed In framing the lust of the niuwem to the Iluhmlaii no lo Meanwhile our gnvcnunent lint pretty well NitUlliHl haul as to the lit Hindi townnlM the Innt proposi tutu ot earls unil nil of thu powers lirt ircj ted In the Cllne e problem U nay be lint this knowlcd In re Curded ntt mifllolent upon whlnh to IKIRK another forward nnd perhaps in thin onsu an Independent move by tlm Culled States towards the ulll mate withdrawal of the troops and thn net Dement with China whluh the government has hind In mind lice the beginning of the trouble The Ioiuiiltatloim with Mr Wu nn believed to hnvn been Inspired by n dradrn to lenrn something of the per Konnllty of Chinese notnblen wlioiu name havi been miggivited an proper to coimtltutc thin Chinese tilde of any aonimlsNloii which may bo named to nrningc n cultlrmciit of tho dilllrtil ties Mr Wu in an anlcnt ndhereiit of hurl IA There In much sjiecnla thou here an to the personnel of the Amitrlonn couitnlimloneni in case the pcHee uegotlatloiiH should be eutrusl uti to such n body and the names of men prominent in International af fair in recent ycnm all have been unnviiKMcd Included In the list Is the rune of den John W rattler but It U regarded as much more probable that If he appear nt nil In thcxt ne got lntona It will be In his old place an a representative of the Chinese government He was associated with II Hung Chang during the pence ne gotiations which clotted the Chlno Japanese war and It Is said that Karl 11 IIIIH n high sense of appreciation of his work for China then There wits a dearth of ofllclnl In formation from China Friday Gen Chaffer got through a dispatch dated September nt Peking Indicating that couriers are still employed to close the gap In the line nj commu nication between TlenTsln and Pe king ThlH dispatch mndo no men Lion of the military situation and It wins inferred that alTnlrs In Peking remain jiulet AVitu OlilpHl M l Jllnlnlrr Willlamx Oil Sept 8 Lorenzo f Wnngh aged 02 Mild to be the oldest M K minister In the world died suit denly in a lallroad station lien after alighting from n train lie was born In PoimhontiiH county West Virginia Hu was known throughout tilt Btato Knthur Wiiugh lion iplniliil KlllliiHT Four MPII Vienna Sept BUllrhll the Aus trine maneuvers Friday on thin bor ii irs of Jallcia bud Ilohemla n big gun exploded killing four men onto right nnd ritually wounding IS others 31nn mill llomrN Crrmntrct- Hoytville Pn Sept 8A lire nt Liberty Pa destroyed n hotel a t tore anti three other buildings Ono mnn was burned to death and five Jipr vK jierlshcd POLAR EXPEDITION ITilE Slclla Iolnri Ilriirlirl n 1nr nrlli ivi H2I lint Konnil Xo- AVIutcrliiK llarliiir ChrUtliinhi Sept 8 Further details regarding the Arctic uxpcdltloii of the duko of Abrtizl on hoard tho Stella Polnrc whose return wan rte ported ThurtHlay from Tromsoe Nor way show that the ixpedlllou last year through Nightengale sound and till IllIt Ish eannl reached an far north as HJl hut finding no winter Ieplitzbaywhere the Stella Polar was frozen In nbout September h The duke of AbniziK flngera were frostbitten on a trial sledge trip nt Christmas and two joints were am Pit tated obliging him to remain for several months In his tent The cold Increased to J2 degrees Celsius On March It the advance wan renewed nnd tun men Martcd north After ten dnyV manlilng three started to return to lid ship which however they never reiuhrd Ihelr fate Is fur kiioUn A second party of three tutu passed the Hall uirnllcl lifter n march of SO days and then returned to till ship A third party led by Capt Cngnl with two Alpine guidon and nn Italian sailor reached latitude K011 iiiul was then obliged to return through lurk of food U started with six sledges nod IS dogs rood re turned with two sledges nnd wren dugs having xnlmistril for 17 days exclunlvely on doglltMih- On August the Stella Polare started homeward She traversed the Hrltlsh canal In n single tiny nod then drilled ntioul for n fortnight la- n suture struggle with drift leo be fore reaching the oiled COUNTERFEITERS CAUGHT Juliii Ullllnni KIJK mill Vlfr nf ruulr neo Aliiiixl u u h In Ibr Sri My Sreet Tlrr Olllrm Chicago Sept iVIIIIII States se cret ncrvlru olllccr miuli an Impor font capture counterfeiters here Friday At 137 Illinois street they found n man nld to bu John Wit liam Keys and his wife who lint Ill III Ih coiinlerfeltlng oiittlt Thu metal wns still hunt showing that they had been lnterruitrd in their work A doen plaster of parts moulds for dollars holds mid quarters a number of film used to finish the coins and largo number of coins In various stages were found Common Milder wns the thief metul used In the composition hilt brass WON used to harden this The dollars sync of thin 13U4 Issue trout the New Orleans mint while Hie half dollars Und quar hers were of the IMio Issue Keys It Is mill had eluded the Inltrd Slates and police authorities for several yrnrs- INCREASED POPULATION Cruu llrliirn Tnlinlnlrit In K4 all m shots Rnlno nf t III llidll Iboplr Uns1ilnlon Sipt BThl census fiurcnu lull tn Irlihiy night hind tabulated tin returns friun AI ritlrx been show n population of liOH Til This U nn nvonijj Incrcnsclii jiopnliitlon per cityof 2TOO percent Tin twine cities III ISUO hind it potilu lion if IttSnntS making n tolau- lgain of 3101000 The percentage of Incrcnsi In lS00 Will cnlcnlnlcd on the nggrcfriitc ffnln nitl not on tutu Average Increase per eltn the rose this year The result Will thnt tho iirrriMitntrp of pnln according to the census liniciiii of this while np paring lo lie burger iinincly 3133 wns tint so In fuel owing to the dif ferent method altered for making culcnltilion RESPONSIBILITY FIXED Cnriiiirrn Jury Illnnirn InuliiPrr- lln l nod IliiiiliMlor Slirlli for HIP lllrn liT nl llnlflrlil Ill IjiiiKilnlo In Sept 8The corn ners jury which hits been liivestlgiit hug the cnuse of the wreck on tin Ihihiilclphla A Itcmllng rnllronil nt llntllclil on fast Sinulny morning In which 13 persons were Kllleil and over SO Injnreil in n collision between a mills trnin nod a crowded excursion trnln Iridiiy returned n verdict fix liifT the reKponisllilllly upon the railroad coinpnny lngliieer tilt ii Davis und Conductor Thotnns Shelby of the colliding excursion trnin U II Held let telegraph operator nt Soudertoii which Is next to Hiittiehl nod V lrmes train dispatcher In the Iteiid Ing terminal stntlon nt Ihllndcliihlii Ills CiinilllliMi CrlllrnlS- prliiKfleld Sept STho ron dition of Gun Jolts A McClernind arias very critical Friday night Dr lloweock rcninlneil nt the generals bedside all night anti ndmlnlstcreil heart stlmuhmtB Ills son Col Kd ward McClcrnand governor of Mn nile and his daughter Mrs 1rcd Fox of Peoria have been tcle griiphcd Put Torch to fonder Mill 1rcsno Cal Sept IIIrnllk W Itrowning Kiidilcnly became insane on a ranch near here und emptied two loads front a shotgun Into u lap nneso who he imagined hind con spired against him Tho lap died Tho Insane man next walked to a powder house halt n mile away ap plied n torch to it and was blown with It to pieces Kiirlj MornliiK Klrr New York Sept SThe livestory prick building occupied by the Thos C Clark paper box lactor In thin Itronx was totally destroyed by hire curly Saturday morning The loss If 100000 THE SUNDAY SCHOOL lesson In the Inlrrnnllunal Srrlra tot fcrplrmlicr JUOII Tlir- Itleh Iool- 1repared by II C Lcnlngton Till LKB8ON THXT Luke 121823 And ono of the company said unto Him Matter speak to my brother that he divide the Inheritance with me And lie mild unto him Mnn who made me a Judge or u divider over you Anti lie wild unto theta Take heed and beware of covetousness for a mans life cormlslelh hut In the abundance of the llilhK which he postcsteth1- C And lie spuke a purnblo unto them saying The ground of a certain rich man brought forth plentifully And thought within himself say hagVhat shall I do because have no loom where to bestow my fruits And hIIlIhl This will I do will pull down my barns and build greater and there will bestow all my Irulla and my gouda And will say to my soul Houl thou hail much goods laid up for many years take thine tutee cat drink and he merry Hut God said unto him Thou foul this nlfthl thy soul shall be legulrcd of thee then whose shall those thing Le which Ihou host provided Ho U he that layeth up treasure for himself end la nut rich toward lad And lie said unto Ills dlsclplm Therefore I soy unto you Take no thought for your life what ye shall vat neither for the body what ye shall put on a The life Is mure than meat and the body is mote than raiment IlllllinV THX1 Wlml hull II iirnlll a innli If lie hull until the nlinlp tvurld and line hi utui iiulf Mnrk SiUll NOTES AND COMMENTS The verses Immediately following last lesson Including Iuke 103812 evidently do not belong to this period in the life of Christ but to the later days just preceding the crucifixion Omitting this one occasion Luke gives In the chapters that Immediately tot low thus jonpel events ill their chrono logical order We ore still In tfie IV rriiu ministry The parable of the rich foul Is one of n series of dUcoiirms on great moral truths Intervening in the record according to Iukc we hUH the fulluviug uvrnlK and triiuh olllr etUII3Ju-uaAlliwtrs Atlucks Of IllHrlnrrs 111 154 Warns tii Hiwart of IIypocrlsy12112 TliMe passages should be rend und studied to get lulu the spirit of Jesus great teachings at thus time Following the discourse on the leaven of the Pharisees which It hypocrisy Jesus vurns of the danger of covetoiiMiess and In Illustration utters the parable of the rich fool mod points out several truths growing therefrom Thus the lesion Includes not only the text as given above but verses 2431 of chapter 12 also The following lesson plan In suggested Jenus and the Defrauded lIelrI 1314 The Danger of CovetmunesstTruth Illustrated It 1arablcs 1621 The taut of the v115 SM The Cute of tile 1viIvs3131 fetus nut the Defrauded llefrVe stay assume that the young man who collie to leeua ktfdsold Speak to my brother that he diode the Inherit once with me was u boon tide heir and had been defrauded out of lilt share of the patrimonial eiihite Jesus did out deny that the young titan hid rights In the ease but He did refute to become the arbiter of those rights It has been remarked In connection with this passage that Jesus did not come to maintain Individual but to es tablish right that is righteousness The Danger of Covetoimncsa With out disentitling nt all the rights of this cone Jesus took the occasion to strike at a great evil covctousncRS In n few words lie points out the danger of It saying A mans life conslsteth not In the abundance of things which he possrmth Tie danger of covetous ness Is that it starves the life The ac cumulation of wraith while It may be all right In Itself contributes absolutely nothing to the svell being of man and satisfies no real desire of the tout We may note also In thin words of Jesus just iiuoted that we have given n vie tool definition of coretotiMiois Kvl drntly Jesus looked upon that man as covetous who makes the chief object of his life thin abundance of material things Tnlth Illustrated by a Parable The teaching regarding the danger of coy etousncss Jesus Illustrates by the pnra ble of the rich fool The man was not 3 fool according to the notions of tae world He must have hind great null ity to accumulate great wealth Jtut when dell h came he knew lit was n fool Hi had tint which was no profit to hint and lucked tint which he sorely needed The hoot of the 1v11thie root ol the evil U n false view of lireovJhr life says Jesus is more than meat aunt the holy Is snore than raiment Food anti clothing nre Important even necessary but If God to clothed the grassi Is today In the field and tomorrow Is cast Into the oven how much more will lie clothe you 0 yt of little faith There Is n kindly Imvldencc that looks after the attain of man no evil comes to him but that which he brings on himself The Cure of the EIIIllhe root ol the a false view of life then thin cure must be In changing that view The important thing with us Is not food and raiment but the Kingdom ol Clod Sell that ye have anti glue alms provide yourselves with hags which wax not old n treasure In the Heavens that fallcth not where nc thief nppronchuth neither moth eor rupteth For where your treasure It there will jour heart be also liiilu vuagel A mini b wealth Is never grener titan himself The steadfast life Is settled on the goodness of God Vith some men theie is no useful tints without usftilncs lie who is burn from afcove must be ted on the brcntl of Heaven Vluit wan true of Christ on earth will be true of Him In your heart The complaining Christian may be one of the lights of the world but so smoky that the world U glad when It goes out Hums Horn Pemlmlil nod FnlnlUt The Indianant looKitic passenger was about olibyonIIrinkingwaler doesntlookIt is rllilor idiots who insist on opening the thatthtThe passenger caught hit breath and then thatthisI know it Hut youre iucky You can liehappyWnbinglonStar Medal Awarded AVnller Maker t Co Paris Aug ZOfhe judges of the Paris Exposition have just awarded a gold mctal to Walter Baker Co Ltd Dorchester Mass U S A for their preparations of Cocoa and Chocolate This fatuous company now the largest manufacturers of Cocoa and Chocolate In the World have received the highest awards from the great International and other expositions in Europe and America this Is the third award from a Paris xpoll1tlolleV York tune TrlIJj A Itpflectlnn In your advertisement said the man orficeare no microbes on the ice that you furnish to your customers It air replied the treasurer as be placed a in of his diamond stud so that the caller would not have to brink and we stand IIour assertion I stand by it toosaid the man with the saythatthey are harmless I with you would direct your delivery man to leave at my residence in future ice of such dimensions that two or three microbes if they felt so Inclined could OcuPIt without unduly crowding each At Ihr iliiiiirr hotel Miss Gabby speaking of the mountain1 It was terribly high and papa like to never pot over it raps who thinks slue is speaking ff something cse1es and I told the landlord he had better ust a sanding and work Jean other footpad if he expected to make charges that American LOWIIATK UXCUIIS10XS Vln SIl Kiiurl Pnelllc llnlltrnr end Iron Miiiiiilnln llonte To points in the West Sou thwrH and South east at rales plutiOO for the round September4t11berOth and 20th and December nth and 18th For full information land folders t1 address any olltN of above lines or UTownicndUP Agent SlJouls IIi Inrt of Ihr Cure Mr Henpeclc The doctor says ahrohilt must co awav nrxt week for a rest POUIILh=lluladeiplia rwICarters lute is Selrnllflciillr yourdealer willibtdicitii our Let people will drop itUctrott Journal n I am sure Vitot Cure for laved life three years go7ltI thos- ttobbins Maple Street l N Y Fell 17 Ie 1000Inoli lied ell can see 1ow n1oplct Dyeing is ns as svnshing when you use PLTSAM KAIIULB Dyes told by all druggists The nn who lives on hope is Illdolll- Irollblld with obesityPuck- tlnlla Catarrh care It t Constitutional Curo Price 73c eO few people do well in an emergency Atchison Globe All the Kentucky belles chew Klsroe Gumi They like it u A fool lit 20 may be wise at 40 Chicago Dally MCWJ t SOc 25c 50c n e s w me emQ o jg Q E5J Q Sat1s fEll9is unusual with FiveCent cigar E3 = smokers but it has been the every 6 day experience of hundreds of thou sands of men who have smokedI S Old Virginia Cheroots r during the last thirty years because I they are just as goodnowin fact better than when they were first made S Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 cents a sIOIeReI c I You Can Enrov nurselfi sleeptngcars UDdrnlrued connecting Ft fn route 10 going Texas Memphis the Cotton Bcltyou can enjoy CarIGentlemens Observation ourcigarinpleasant and comforts as great as your home or your Ladies will find their comfort provided I ItoThe Cotton Belt offers you the qilckett sad shortest runt to Tmwithout ehanco of cars eth day and night trains are eqnlpped with comfortable fiilt Reclining Chair Cant alto Parlor Cafe Can by day an at night IWrite and tell ni where yon are going and when yon will leave and we will tell you what your ticket will cost and what train to take tn make the but time and connections WeWUlalosand ron an lolouillol Utile booklet A Trip to Texas acv1IIDLJDStSDPJAeap11iTesL f cmul TPlI lli Teal i 11D11STP1Me014Tnt- rLHATTTPLtla uauatle snm rpAQllhlOfll Tell E UBEAUA1E 0 P and T A St Louis Mo I HI A was that used by Dr Charles J Motlett irradtiM TEETH of Jefferson Medical College Philadelphia Pa to his m extensive Dad sucfsarul treatment of children la 000r tho troubles Incident to teething and the hot summers TEETIIINA Teething Powders counteracts the effect of hot weather and keeps the dteesttre- orrans In a healthy condition and has saved the lives of thousands of children In the doe iors native state where physicians prescribe and all mothers givn It and It Is criminal la mothers of our section to allow their babes and little children to suf fer and perhaps die when relief can be so easily obtained by giving TEETHINACottt- oniy25centsatDntggtstsormaff25cto C J MOFFETT M DSt Mi CHICAGOTO OMAHA PILESnrWmtamsIndlan DoubleDaily ServiceN- ewlino via Rock ford Dubuque Waterloo Fort Ikxl co and Coun cil BluOf funet- llbmrysmoklne tau free reclining chalr can the fora tree ropy of Picture and Note EnRout Illiutrat lag this new line as seen from the car window Tickets of scents of I C It and lines A II 11AN80N Ul A CUIcaEo Ill the Itch ai a re Iles br malt on rpffpt of price AO cent 511W WltLlAMS 1tG CU Props CUVJaum Onto I GENT PrSg1 Including KooOnH cop nnd nalla Pluitir for tbe bB mDiss free IIIK ni 7llitlJ3M OIIUNT c11Ula i A u Texas In to via and a to the as in club for W Louis RKADEKS OF TillS PAPER UKSIKINO TO BUV ANYTHIXO ADVERTISED IN ITS COLUMNS SHOULD INSIST UPON IIAVINO WHAT THEY ASK run IIECUSINO ALL SUBSTITUTES OR IMITATIONS T Drllclon DmnertsI- turnliam Hasty Jdlycon make the finest dessert clear and sparkling and deliciouily flavored Prepared in a ute It is only necessary to dissolve in hot water and set away to cool Flavors orange lemon strawberry raspberry peach cherry and unflavored calfsfoot for making wine and coffee jellies All grocers sell it TiLAUICdiTnutrjN rl CURI Best oath Syrup Taite flood Uee In time Bold br IPTION drnriilrtii IA N KB J820- Ivrnrar MIUTIXO TO ADTERTISXBI please state that you saw the AdTcrtla Went la thus paper Fight on for wealth old Money Bags your liver is drying up and bowels wearing out some day you will aloud for healthoffering your wealth but you willnot get it because you neglected Nature in your mad rush to get gold No matter what you do or what ails you today is the dayevery day is the dayto keep watch of Natures wants heip your bowels act regularlyCASCARETSwill help Nature help you Neglect means in the blood foul breathand awful pains in the back of the head with a loathing and bad feeling for all that is good in life Dont care how rich or poor you are you cant be well if you have bowel trouble u will be if take CASCA RETSgetthemtodayCASCARETSin it like candy and it will work gently while you sleep It cures that means it strengthens the muscular walls of the bowels and gives them new life then they act regularly and naturally that is what you want it is guaranteed to be found i- nTHE IDEAL LAXATIVE CANDY CATIARTIC ALL- DRUGGISTS I To any needy mortal suffering Iron bowel troubles and too poor to buy CASCARETS we will surd a box ire Addrta Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York mentioning advertisement and piper I IfWhat Your Child May Get Prom Berea College As we explained some time Berea College is n gift to tho peopl- placed iu the caro of Trustees who aro to use it for the benefit of tho people iu tho ways laid down in the constitution The trustees are bound to use tho property placed in their hands for just one purpose Christian Educa Lion Tho object of Berea College is not to provide work for people nor to lend money nor anything else except tho one thingto help fathers and moth ers get the best education for their children And we believe that this i the greatest benefit that could p05- eibly be given It is better than the college could give a cow to over girl and n span of mules to every If the boy nod girl are rightly edu camel they can get cows and mules for themselves and will know how to take taro of them and how to get the good things in life and bo useful nut honored citizens Tho education tha Berea brings will enable tho young people of Kentucky and surrounding states to develop tho resourcesoCthoirIbeautiful country perity through all tho churches and homes of a wide region There are some things that every young man or young lady who at tends Beroa will bo sure to get Each ono will learn what education means Ho will see a rent library and a groat deal of scientific apparatus and will begin to know wind cienco and knowledge there is iu tho world This ho could never know at any of the little onehorso schools near his home And each one will get some instruction in singing and in the use of tools and in keeping accounts Best of all each ono will learn how to behave iu good society how to meet people and will have the inspiring companionship of Christian young people ant Christian teachers Thoy will thus willilulpMany of the students at Berea are in what are called the Model schools These schools are more advanced than some so called colleges but they are really fitting young teach or to begin some of the adallI ced courses There are one to three teachers in each mle so that the- trork Is sure to T oe thorough and rapid IIworkA Choice between Three Courses First the Applied Science Course This course occupies only tw j lar and is tho best course for lIl1stJoung It contains the most practical fences and the his tory and other studies that make good citizensFor young men in this course thre nro studies in the use of tools Botany which means the growth of plants Gardening Cure of Stock Farm Management and other things that make successful farmers For the young women there are DressmukinlGanttning an fother things that make a good hoaau keeper Every family ought to have at least ouo son or daughter taking this course in Applied Science Second the Xornml Course This course occupies three years and fits young be teachers The training in this course is simply fine No other school withiu hundreds of miles provides the practice teachI ing college lectures and other tattes here offered In many counties all the highest certificates are held by Berea students and students who have not yet graduated but only had a part of this Normal Course Tho studies of this course for those who teach in the fall are as follows FIRST IJ Tfiwhlm in Public MiooK WINTER Arithmetic 11a KiifllnhA Theory nn l Hiitnrjr 5 Geography 3 M Arithmetic lib 5 Grammar r Civic Revfewi a Pbjmlolofjr 8KCOSD FALL Teaching In Public Schools n rsTBL Algebra In 5 Phyilcil C lligberArllbmetka a Praet r 5 MuMc 2 SiRisfj Algebra lb 4 BoUny I s maher Arlthioetio b Pmctlc UIKIC rink FALL TeMhlnf In ftibllc Scbooli w IXTIH Kojllih Literature VJII Hlitory U 31IornrsnWord Study Kevlewt t Shoot Admins- ratter third the Academy and Col ICKC Courses These are for young people who wish to secure n really t thorough education and who have the brain tho purpose and tho time to got tho best In the most prosper ous and advanced of tho world it is not thought that anyone ought to undertake to bo a doctor a lawyer or a preacher without taking time to find out what other men have learned and preparing himself a sufficient course ofstuly Berea College is one of the verv few real colleges in tho graduatedfromtake their places among educated worldEverymiles of Berea ought to have at least twisrettt GOltlt8S1 oi1cte ce CountyeDlsputaiitii Wo are needing rain Travis Miller is on the sick list People are busy malting molasses The school on Davis Branch is pro greasing nicely Nearly everybody has n patch of broom corn in this section The school at Walnut Grove is get ting along well with Miss Fannie Cui iton as teacher mostgpower BallnnVd Snow Liuament is worldSJackson County Kvurgrccn Circuit court is in session at McKee this week somewhattThe people are busy now drying apples and peaches- Sundayschool at Pine Grove is get ting along nicely Pine Grove school has tin average attendance of fiftyfive pupils O M Payne was over from Dispu tanto Rookcastlo county Monday to see his parents J W Lake is preparing to mov toIThe people of Pine Grove are talk inS of having a protracted meeting JotiA diseased liver declares itself by moroseness mental depression lack ofenergy restlessness melancholy retstore the liver to a healthy condition Price 50 cts S E Welch Jr Leslie County AVootou Felix Lewis a former student of Berea is teaching his first school at Wootous Creek Leslie county will roll up a large republican majority this year Howard Hamilton a white haired WootonIMiss Flannery of Owsley county students of Berea are visiting friends iu LeslieJohn I Muucy Supt of Leslie county is visiting schools condemn ing some schoolhouses and trying to induce patrons to build better F P Farmer the young merchant at this place recently purchased the stock of goods of W G Begloy of Cutshin and is moving the same to Wooton Mr Farmer is an earnest worker and we wish him treat success The most delicate constitution can safely use Coussens Honey of Tar It is a sure and pleasant remedy for coughs loss of voice and all throat and lung troubles Price 25 and 50 cts S E Welch Jr- Clay County Ogle Harry Delph returned home TuesdayFrank Swaffords wife has been very ill- The farmers are very busy saving fodder now John Bright lies moved info his new dwelling Elijah Eversolo moved to Goose Creek Monday- Sarah Dariusons child has whooping cough thaI ni81cfunlay and Sunday Rev John Jones preached hero Sat urday and Sunday James Davidson and daughter of Tennessee are lucre Studio Smith attended the fair at Barboursvillo last week Euell Jourdou visited his daughter Mrs Bright hero Tuesday The Gooso Creel Association will be held at Mudlick Sept 212lAlex Means and Wilay Jackson re turned homo from Tennessee where they have been working Owsley County Hvorsolo W B Gabbard went to MondayPeaches section Born to tho wife of John Colo a boyFodder is the business of tho farmers in this vicinity visitingfriendsMiss Ellen Callahan visited her Sister Julia of Crookottsvillo Breath itt county last week Allen Davidson of St Helens visited friends and relatives hero last SundayThere heM at Boonevillo Sept 15 to nominate nI circuit Judge for tho 27th district Iov C M Holx rts organized a SIIIIIdayMrs Margaret Moore and daught er Dora visited daughter Mrs Rach el Duff of Wolf Crook Saturday and Sunday Prof Dalrymplo of Uoonoville wits hero Saturday night on his way to Buffalo where ho is conducting a Sunday school Cheer Up Cheer up by your piety Do iuugfromgoodness could not muho headway1 against sin and if ores chief relit Peopleknowand misrepresent tho bright and blessed Gospel of Christ Study up the influence of Christi amity Find out the facts There is sin enough and too much left There is woe enough to break n sensitive heart if it had nothing else to look at nut God liven anti rule surely even if slowly He is bringing about the success of His purpose and the fulfillment of His promises Lookon the bright side You will Iw the lx t ter yourself ami you will do more than fifty pr rent our irrxxl as H servant of Christ Helpful Thoughts oN o o o m o o oSNo o o I Until Further Notice Subscribers to 2 I THE CITIZEN may get also Z I Tie Toledo Blade or i The Louisville Commercial I For 50c a Year All for 100a year i iZi9 All subscriptions must como through TilE CITIZEN jNNt NINNNN thNN Necessary Hxpenses lily 111 Weeks School lefou who board themwlve till much or llllle as they rha 1t on lltlng expvnucn It para to bate a little extra money for lee tune books Hurt other thing Hut the ncceerary expends are only ae follow To pay therrtMp LAMM HALL HALL Sobool Pee II Ex 4 lioplt U Fee S Ipotties ee abort too 3 Key INpoelt 1 N 1M- Jnon ttore table etc N 2 eo ae1 as SH 1W tlloIIA IrttMonUiiBowd I at S 0 11 Uii wn tenapen II- lleltnufnr 54 Mo boardS N Iom 2em 10 Total lUpWfcto la xVeeke 87 a ri Ta For those bvlow A Unmnsr dMtaot the P2 for books and si hour Incidental tae making l4rtaloolym7A When four girl room together carh ever tl em nom and tur more on furl nuking the toY ugly J1T The prier of n big calf n little tnn Uirk or ii few lioiiir pan hiedniter will gltea term of drool uhlrli will flinnec imnN- whulelirt for the hrttcrl A BOON TO MANKIND n- DRr TLRS BUCKEYE PILEI r PI E1ll CURE A New Disovery for the Certain Cureof INTERNALand EX LERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CvH iS WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED Tois BY MAIL 76 CENTS Borris 60 CENTS Dle ProDiIetor 310 1 ih Main Street ST LOUIS MO THE HOME Edltwl by lw KATB t IIMAH Tecchir In here Colle- gellldsununm Hygiene suggeslionsHealth may bo road with profit by our renders To be really cool and comfortable in hot weather it is necessary to bo moderate in all things Violent ex ercise is dangerous at this season It generates enormus quantities of heat ill tho body It is just ns easy to tako a hard cold to contract a chronic cough catarrh or pneumonia in mid summer us iu tho coldest winter weather Ono must bo careful not to induce perspiration and then to sit cyclefastTho daily bath is also essential to morningjbest tonic to prepare ono for tho labor and exposure of the day Tho even ing bath of tepid or cool water or a fatiguedsleepInlightAbread or zweibak and a dishof strawberries or half a dozen ripe penches a dozen plums or n melon with a few ripe npplos is an oxcollont properation for exposure to n scorch sunI unwholesome to eat straw hurries with both sugar and cronin simply IHMMUO sugar and crvnm area h combination If people generally would observe this simplo rule with regard to break fast most of the heariuesa the loth Ilrolutiatiotlin warm weather would ha oh viatenf generouadietkinds fate greaay dmlm everything of a heating or indigmtible nature Kfainlilltfor a hot dar Two mealy a day with nothing between meals are amply Hurlioifiil during heated term There is n popular prejudice against eepeiWIt are due to carlewness or ignorance of certain u co8ttarv pnauti Fruits whet woolo and MImost natural ufall focal suited to all season Hut they an an l erisliablo as they are natural As soon an frut becomes stale it swpnua with bacteria of vaaious kinds and if these art introduced into the atoinarh they are likely to apt up fermentative aunt putrefactive processes Another frequent reason why fniit disagree with th stomach is its improper combination with oth er substances Stomach digestion of HIM fruits is completed iu from one to two hours while tho stomach digest ion of vegetables requires from three to Ort hours not only digest quickly but ferment quickly it itillparent that n combination of fruit anti and vegetables must bo conducive to indigestion in persons whoso digits tivo powers have IKHJOIIIO woakouod for at least a portion of the fruit must ho retained in the stomach until the vegetable substances taken with it untie been digested and are discharg ed from tho stomach lorI Whites Cream Vermifuge is romorelccrby its strengthening properties restore to palo cheeks tho rosy willII health Price 25 cts S W Welch A roil- HVKIirilOIIY THE SCHOOL Au Vlgfluuco Committee in- u SchuulIA young lad of fourteen namod William was tho host scholar in a country school The first class was niado up of boys lull girls almost men land women mid except for William tho term now begun would ho their last chance for schooling A young college student hail been engaged for teacher and tho first day revealed that ho hind no aptitude for diciplino Those great boys and girls were used to a strong hand over them and gen orally began each winter with a tussle to see whether they would bo obliged to obey rules At the end of this first tiny tho teacher went homo discourag ed and thin scholars hind concluded to let fun tithe tho placoj of study that winter Tho first class hud remainedaround the stove and tho talk was generally to tho teachers discredit whon William spoko out I dont wont to throw away my winter ho said I want to 1 fit fur nOLIgoingnot nil notice how finely tho toucher explained everything when wo gave him n chancel Why not let him have the chancel Some said ho WHS n milksop amid others that they wanted n man to leach thorn not n boy But sane WillIimAll who want to learn this winter and will stand by the teacher rai e your hands All but two tint their hands up to that way of stating U Now let us ofgaaiav a vigilance committee to keep under ibis winter Let us each warn our younger broth era and istrs said the largest young man in the class homeNothing Agreed all shouted as they tI more was said but there was a new spirit iu that school the next morning The teacher found attentive scholars and a+ William had said showed thud IM hot a rare faculty to make studies door and iot1fag Br sight the whole school liked him stud with the exception of a few cases of insubordination that the public sentiment of the at heel sub third the winter passed without fricI lion and proved most memorable for program in study A teacher who suerIeerm Tablets Buckeye Pile Ointment re lieves the iiitouse itching It soothes heals and cares chronic cases where eXIIlrilncntitstlverf bottle guaranteed Price roI in tattles tubes ibeta S Welch Jr gI In Chicago good health is as e tt on tint as good relocation or good morals in securing H position as tonchur in the public schools Pulmonary tuberculosis physical deformity itouros thwnin or norvous oxhau Uoii irronw dinblo defect in sight or hearing or organic disorder or nutritional den ciency such as will prevent cure and control of pupils properI cieut to Ctxclude THE FARM IMltel by S 0 Protestor nl Horti culture lltrm CollcKB Wat uli Those Follows Keep your eye ou that young man who is always rut something who doc fnueylimitand works industriously at it till some wyfllcthim for a letter omit Tho mini who ill looking for hands will tithe tho buy ono first and tho idle ono when ho can do no hotter Watch till industrious young follow your eye ou the young man who in willing to bo tout how to do his work There am not men no old or wine but they navo somithing to Icurmi1an1 tho young man who thinks kllOWH it all and is not glad to havo his mis take pointed out and his flultlorroctod riot only misses limn best chnaco for improvement but is ipt to find himself tho unit tuna laid oil when work in scarce and till lust to Im sought alter in a buity timo Note tilt progress of time ono who will own thud ho late something to learn Keep both oyos on tho young fellow who doing his brut at whatever ho miulkesIIhued to hew ties and tho man who hews a cmokinl till will not loom to bo n good lutiiiHi carpenter Tho feet of having dono ono thing though over so humble really wall proparo time way for doing the nod smut moro im IHirtant thing well also The world would le glad to OilIt thousand Plat Itxlav and as mnuy moro tomorrow witli bright catHlilt followH who are not Miuply content to ilo piece of work to that it will not get them diHliargvd hut an determined to make todays work a little better than lIIfelIIAnd while you are at it kifp watch of the fellow whu in nnxioiin i earn- a Hitle more than hiliIll The man who start in life fetenninl to earn no morn than he is pail fur will nooo begin to complain that Im is OUIIK1lIowSt a mouth to to his tlril If the board dont want to rail me- more than 50 tbe will had Ill not ears man than IfiO I rr tuarkeil to him that seems to me tn IK about what you her had in mind for year Isuspect the board know uwell as you do Things dont work out that end first Now you trythis scheme and irIt ilout not COAt you a remit You jump iu awl earn about S76 a mouth for them for the nett year and they may take a notion to give you some kind of a raise but I have never known them to bid ou a fellow iu ad vance to get him to do better work And here ut another young wan that it will iuler wt you to watrh Watch time young man who lies that genuine integrity of character that can bo re lied upon iu all sorts of njatea lie NImay dig ditch or saw a hoard or hOQktlhulIIpemlfil UWN Tho wwxls or tho saw dust will lly just fast when tho 1IJoM in out of sight as when ho in I soy watch this man lw CHU80 if ho can bo trusted if ho in honest with the hours and minutes an well us with tho dimes nut dollars there are a lot of people looking for him awl you will nIl to wntcli amid to bo sharp alraut or ho will imss on ntpidhtllltlYoung follows with those traits of diameter sue in demand Thoy are like gold coins They pass current in any country at their full mine ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN BEREA COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS I CHAM many BEREA COLLEGE ill Ilti3iOver liO teacheis TOO students Ironi UO states Host Library Iu Kentucky No SalooiiH DEPARTMENTS For those NOT sullictciitly advauccil to got a teachers ccrllllcatc I Paulo Schools Carpentry Housework Printing two years II Model Schools preparing for Normal and tho iiuvanccd courses For those suiliciciitly advanced to get n teachers cert ideate III Farming and Agriculture gardening stock raiaing forestryotetwo yours IV Domestic Science Sowing Cooking otctwo years V Normal Course for teachers three yeas with practice teaching- VI Academy Coursofouryears fitting for College for business and for lifo For those more advanced VII College Courses Philosophical and Literary Adjunct Departments VIII Music Heed Orimn Choral free Vocal Piano Theory IX Boroa General Hospital Two yeaia courno in tho caw of tho sick Borca places the best education in reach of all IHfl UCt n monoynmking institution Its instruction Is a free gilt It mulls to help thoso who value education ld will help theltisolyes mtntdcharges a small incidental fee to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction SUulojlfi must olio Ilt for their bowl Expoaaoa tot Uiiu 12 weeks may be brought within 21 about half of which must bo paid in advance Tho school is endorsed by Baptists Coiigregationalists Disciples letlllx1i8t Prerbyloriaus Iud good people of all denominations Fur information a friendly advice addiesi the icePreiMent- GEO T FA11CCI1JLD LiuD JJorea itlnUlBOn Otl Ky 0- i