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WANTED 12 young ladies to tako tho plow course in Domestic Science under Miss Stokes 10 more to begin course in Nursing 8 moro young moo for carpen ters course Circulation 1000 An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 50 c a I VOL II BISUKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SELTEMBEK in 1000 NO THE CITIZEN Rev JOIN DODWUII Manager With Strong Stuff iif IMIIort unit Qur rIIIIA lMrrr1 at foatoflk at Jive Ay a ravsM dan maOmotlm IDEAS l1 you Inns in u briar patch taint do petit to ruih- Wo am to 1m Trot only good but are to bo good for something The bast way of rovongo is not to imitatu tiio injury Manum Aunts Cursed ho every ono that piiltuth tho bottle to Ills neighbors IIIMBi- hlu Much good Is dont by people of great energy but an much by persons r of sweet Will- ObMjrvo mho postage stamp its iiiwiiilnoM depends on its ability to stick to ono tiling until it gotH there Itov Win Lodwlek will preach at till College Clmpol Sunday moaning ComiiKiicIni with tho next lssiio the Oil liui will he pitb llfllicil on TliiirNilny Instead of Wednesday Pros Frost will preach at Military Springs next Sunday at 1510 p in and at Pilot Knob School House nt tinny inutile lightingFOREIGN Authorities soy that Itussia busies than 100 nuwspnl ors Then tens recently found in the tml gold mines a nugget weighing IirtOouncusTlio in Cliiim in drawing near to a close Tho diflionlty will lxt fiettlcd diplomatically Tho government of tho Nttthorlwttdi lelogniphed to IxMirnnao Mnrquiw offerings Dutch wnraliip to bring Mr Kruger to Holland NATIONAL Arkansas Democrats elected their Slate Tlckrt Hawaii sent us lust year S1T172000 worth of sugar Wheat hen ndavnced ono cent per bushel this week Tho Government has directed tho Secretary of War to supply rations and tents to the Governor of Texas for Galveston ufTerorH In Negiiunec Wis Sunday the thor momoter stood 20 above zero it com menced snowing at II oclock and kept it up all the afternoon Upwards of 10000 lives are thought to havo been lost in tlio awful hurri cnno at Galveston Tux Latest n ports say Hope and determination have seized tilt pcoplo because of time generous mild lowing in from all ports of tho civilized world KENTUCKY The Louisville Carnival is on this week Somerset will have a loon option election Out 22 IKX- Ijoititvillo stint 10000 to assist Galveston in her great IIlll1 Kentucky produced last your 22 XXOXI gallons of whiskey How many murder and ruined lives dud hones doe this represent ItoprosiMitativo Lily of Kstill coun ty IIHH ITuroda hill in the HounoHsk log for the recognition of limn Demo rratic Republican Populist Mud Prop lition parties in the wU ction of cltrtion offiwis mul roniintmioiien Tit Xafthvitle Ilmiuer Mjra of Mr 1r akin Ithat Howling OrYn It NIO tn him to bt a moderate logical clour hmtled mnn a man with both u will mul a conscience a man whom iliunicter and Handing aw laIIJolM hut IIH would fairly awl honestly d rhurge the duties of governor LuiiHiiUo will hold a Hone Show Vtolter Ifito 19 incliiHive Thin will- Is Kiituikjrn initial attempt ut nu imliMir horse Show iu fact it will 1w the firnt big Horse ilbow to be held in t hi South The Awociatioa baa 101 tnembeN the hading oitiwfli of Louinvillv and they have m 4 plana to aeoomodaU a great throng of visit 015 THE CITIZEN YearI Locals mid Personals Will Willis multi family have returned to Newman III Mrs Talitha Morgan loavo8 today for Pinovillo ItIFive houftog urn under ooimtruution In the Elder addition Mrs Ann Iticlinrdson of Wildio IB visiting tho Missus Itichardson union Glnsuoo of Chicago visiting his molhor Jfrs FrauiOfl Glsscoo Miss Mitilda Lutes of Conway Ky has boon visiting with low Missoa Diiucan Miss Holen Putuum left Monday for Ashland III whore she will totch in time High school Mrs Millie Hopper of Milldale 0 is with her parents Itov timid Mrs Anderson Crawford Harvey Ambrose of Ford Ky is opening a general stock of goods in tho now Lucas store liar D G Combs of Hazul Grout is holding quite a MUcuful meeting in the Gtlllio uliuruh Miss Mamie Hanson loft Monday for Georgetown whore sow will be iu Mrs Birdies millinery store Miss Juliet Ifowiett of Livingston Ky will arrive today to assist Mrs Jus Itowlett in dress making Will Lusk hiss been com Killed to close his school at Hickory Plains on acoonnt of the honreity of water Mr and Mrs B F Mnrlmll of Dttlphus 0 were Zero last week to outer their two sons in college Messrs IWters anti Nixon hove surveyed the pill from J1 Bruna inanri store to S C Lewis shop Goo N Miles of Suit Lake City Utah hits joined Mrs Miles hare for III visit with Mrs Laura Einbreo A C Eversole cud family passel through Huron recently on thoir way from Kanws to Chavios Porry Co Mrs Fannie Deminou who hits boon seriously ill for some time with typhoid fuser is rapidly improving Mrs L M K Marshall of Oberlin 0 a teacher in Berea College from 1SI57 to 1871 is visiting Mrs E L Hanson Try tho Now Berean Barber Shop when you want an eiiay shavo or an uptodato haircut Shop over Print ingollico Dana E Holler a student at Burea in 95 and 97 from Chicago is now in the railway service at Cardenas Mo and doing well Tho protracted meeting at tho Glade church conducted by Itov Francis Elder Broaddua UllltoUHrs is still in progress ISlim Walker who has been for stay moral years a sufferer front consump dill Monday cud was buried in tho Berea Cemetery Tuesday Hut John G1ee who is nt Genii Nelson hiss hud a serious full and is confined to his bet which retards Ills work for till colored school there Miss Lollie Baker formerly of Big hilt who huts burn absent for two pllnsllutIMrs Nona B Willoiighby and Miss Visit of Richmond will open n stock of millinery goods dug 25 iu the Fowlor house next to Welchs grocery store Itov I G Bow a Baptist ininiHter IxMitavillp Ky nod Slide Secretary lor Miinioiis preached in the BnpliMt Church TuemlNy night Itev Bow won on hill way to attend Landmark ANMocialion which meets a t Ktiliv Knob church tasts- yLneat 1ruU nxur GaIIn Ilno Fdd eredFkI un TSjr 6BtTrMttoenf feM k Bovr toobUlil Tittrnu 1OCUPYRIGHts OBTAINEDFREE3 Oise niuderok NfItIlreni erred t CsniLaadwWaft pt Madison County Twicliers Institute at Kingston Set 22- College Hill lens luul to enlarge its cemetery lad J M Hiiiloy nnd 14II Roy nonn closed their meeting nt Speed well SnnilHy Two additions HeJ It IL Noel of Stanford will begin n miritw of incotlnga ttt tliu Sll vor Crook Cliuruh On the 30th lust Tipton Day who killed Mnralinl llornrd Wilson Is iu n critical condi tion from wounds ruooired at tho kill ing- Hon II K TomlliiTOii of Lnncns ti r will address tho Demotrntio Club at Wnllncoton Sntimlnr next nt 2 p in DopntjIwitnussos in tho trial of limn Howard Hijur Wliito who was adjudged iiisiiiu in till circuit court last weuk has hewn taken to n primto 1IIIIltnrluJl1 at Collego itI1lOhio- Assosor T C Curry and his elli clout corps of dopntips utarted on tlioir ronndH yesterday It will take about two months to complete tho workJohn Ballard of this city has been Holected by Postninstor Wallace as deputy l K stmastor Ho succeeds sigIlOltHiollJolidI Campaign Committee has opened Republican hutuliiunrtcr in the law ollicu of T C Lowry in the Collins Huildiiig Hiclimond iantagmph IAsTo Boys Tlio old Jesuits used to say Give ns a Ixiy until he is thirteen and any body else emit have him afterwnrd It was a true saying and their infill the upon their pupils was found to- IIMt through life in almost every case Burly years are formative tens Xo boy or girl CUll afford to say When r grow up I will give up this or that bad habit or enter upon this or that right path In tho early years that make character every day of delay or of wrong doing counts and its results may be everlasting- A l oy can be orderly as well as a girl Upon the great menofwar in our mjvy with not a woman on wand there is an exquisite neatness nod or der that would do credit to time best housekeeper in the United States If our sailors are trained to perfect or derliness why can not our boys bo toot It is very easy to believe that wo know better what is good for us than out parents do Perhaps we may study out orII more modern geo graphy than they didulill know more about time higher mathematics but n course of life often teaches more than geography and mathema tics can teach anti in that course they are undoubtedly far ahead of us We make a great mistake undervaluing our parents wisdom Every lay is a now chance to begin a new record Selected Opening of the Pall Term Morn and more peoplo are roaliz ing tlmt tho time to como to school is in the Fulland tho number in atten dance this year is greater than over before We cannot give tho toys about all tho note nod old students this week hilt preset tho names of some of the now comers in advanced ola sos nriiejr Cnnrta IMjrtouO WoodwnM Hlfh School Cincinnati Oprrell Ralph II llwwit lining ciao Collw Ootecburg III I iiOcu0 Hamilton O Hamilton Illftfa School Knnt Unwed U S Tbowpwo Tbompioo High School Pulton CbAIIN W KIlMTllle school no Aaltrtoa n tMmrllto IitBTllle Illah School urns ClMrln P Ml Altry S C weteowa llonrdloc Mhml Wettnwn Ia b I1SIT Oa 0 CllftIan40blo WM Mich School Cleveland Anmlrhrr80I Atntlnbarc 0 tfarer Aomwtu C StKenIllt Intl I HMirlll Ind deer Ilari rM Jnnxtlown O 11111011 II lib School SuMrt lee It Jllllvlll O liernh rhrarn elord II Mint Mich Mint HUrh School SMIth l It Tlxtnpwwi rheMpeonj filch School eater OriAN Coeyden hill Valralm lAd VTtlk HfM8II1 OledmlmptOh- lofnon High School Iliirton O Halite KMh rtne Hen Clair Iwi- allenluam High School CaMmdl UargHrM Ih 8 Snlow Sakim Aeailcroy 0 Clark nceivdi CUrindon O Ada Ohio Corns Se11Ie I1a MWt ftolm III Sxrtgxm4dl Collegc Field lteISS T I Vt Ix Cbiwkwl Inttllute Fr04 caoJ IMTtaon Hfith school IIrma lime Weoilttorfe III Wn lMe k Illch School KIMlMn Onan OrretMb iv Ird- tuaemhaq high Sdiool McFiw A1kv 0 Aaroni Ohio AHiutnlllxb School HmliliMk rMMh U Oatvlii Mina Window ImttaT Wlndom lInn Soett Mary oJlayvUIeO Iytlk Tory Cot IitxlngtM Iexhrgtnn High School Mrsir PruM Kmnw IIIa S ChimhvllK Tlio Work ut Keren Tin college at Berea Kentucky is doing for the interior something such n work as Mr Moodys schools are doing for the East in furnishing a thorough education under Christian influences at cost which brings it within the reach of those who are not peoIobut the 8 eeial opportunities at Bera amply justify such a course Tho natural cost of living in tho southern mountains is much less than elsewhere The climate is of the finest and at Berea has boon gathered a faculty of Christian men tint women trained in the lest schools of tho country so that the college really oilers northern advantages in its southern mountain climate at rates vhich make it cheaper than staying at hose Tho toll term opened September 12 Among tho new instructors are Prof John W Dinsmore lately called from important public school work in No nraskii Rev Howard N Jones who is a teacher of experience and hits lately been two yeais abroad on a fel lowship from Chicago Seminary Union Gospel News fjJ Z z z z zz Z Z Z IA PROCLAMATION OF Y for the Spring and Summer ISeason in Mens and Boys Fine Stylish Made OLOTZECXZCsTGr I xhwlnlcl1Vx t rev iiin m manna IH only irmly ti int Ilutinu 111111 m tTniv iintilit hii ih in cliHti woll vrntilMt l Motkri mn ftt Ie anti err ifclin iHiiiust1 the Initiili the VltHl ilic vrry llfvofth nnn nl inrci IIIk In HiiikhiK roiMHKnt Ihf IX itililurr nf Mini anil tlionuht and drtdduutrt to the tiiiiurlUK Htti in unlinxrv nAilyKtuour rii thliii Tin Kuiinr toil ohow tin very newel iletiirnii that will tHBvrii tin 111 Manv n 1IIII Inilvtly tn n In the fIIrthe mrt ttot The met fxlmnnlliwry fvnttiiv roinliliiini our greet itlTer tbnl we 111 mill tin our Cloihlnu 1o LESS MONEY JI lIuuqIIloth1 Iln IIVlII1 our rlntldng Ii old on ilir merlet margin of profll ilrp iiiiii uu a tiirue riiluini nr lntnx Thi nion IlotlMiiK we Mil the greeter- cur pun Imoiiu leaner the lowiTniir iritvi thnli the utory hili nut nlMl COVINQTON MITCHELL EEJNTUCKYIOCfG Still an opportunity for several earn cst young men anti young women to earn n good part of their expenses An Educated Girl Brief Synopsis of a lecture deliver ed Monday opening by Prof Nellie S ICedzio of the Bradley Institute leo rill 11- 1Tho value of any life today is measured by its ability io meet tho demands mantle upon it Tho world has found that educa tion fits men anti women for lifes duties Education must not mean simply time training of tho brains but also n loading out and training oftill tho powers Wo train men for tho special work they expect to do in the world Nearly all women whether they marry or not will need time ability to to carry on the duties of a home The well educated girl has not only trained brains but trained hands us well and hits the heart to will time brain to plan anti tho hand to exe cute Tho ability to sew to cook to plan for n household means ns much as ability to read and write Time nation depends on tho homes strengthAs of the land hold mush of time power because of the homes they make so tho welfare of tho nation will depend on the edu1 crated girl- LoQisville Nashville R R Time Table in Effect Sept i 1900 lolnc Niirtli Train Dull Leave Berea 1111 a in Arrive Richmond 1220 am Arrive Paris 315pin Arrive Ciiicinnnti- Koine GOO p m outli Train 1nlly Leave Brett 122 p m Arrive Liviugstou21I p m J W STEVENS Ticket Agent IFINE FARM For Sale At PUBLIC AUCTION On Saturday Oct 6 n 00 I trill offer for sale on tile premtnes to the hithett bidder tile Fine Farm be longing to O 1 Green tititut ed two i miles south of Be rea Ky and adjoininy Slate Liek Springs The farm contains ono hundred and seven 107 acres fifteen acres are iu cultivation A flue young orchard of anti conIUitiOllnecessary outhouses alsc a never failing well of good water on the place Time fences are in good con dition JTorniN One halt cash the balance in twelve 1i months with Interest at U pur teat per IUIIIIIIIIIWM PRUITTIno PWORMSl rOur Advertisers are all men whom it pays to patronize C F HANSONS LIVERY Collier Street Art Gallery C OQQ Proprietor Uptodate Photos Nothing hut the host linlsli at tho low est price LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Office in Hanson ldIE B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky JeC MORGAN 3D3ntal SurgeryOffice Hour hto AM tot 1 BuildingHiciullollli lJE7AL SUII1EP A WILKES SMITH n D S SwjiA UlilUI Main Street Itifhtnotid till T lrilllinr iteIdr11ceaItOrleeoe0 REPAIR THAT LOOM GIRLS alto vusii mi etiucut on at will nofve goal I ay for articles of home manufacture Bring them to the Lady Principal YARDtGood Homespun Linen 4Oc II IILlnesey50eIntent dli nut rMfivid Old fasliioiiiil Imli d blur irrfvrivil Good Homespun Jeans 5Oc IIDress Flannel 6Oc Good Coverlids well woven and matched from four to dollarsr that Bcrca Col chance for the moun get good money for their honusptm Ladies who visit Borea from Louis wine and Chicago mid other cities like to get timings like those their grand mothers used to make And they think the homespun more beautiful well HS more durable than factorymade We wish the mime of every lady who eon spin weave or dye Address Miss Josephine A Robinson Berea Ky WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGEMuitlntJuaaUtr I For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies ISOLD aT ALL DJ3VGrcXSTS-rrcparc byr JAMES F BALLARD St Louts Sold by S I AVKLCII Jr 11701 I e FOR CASH e Jr aving adopted The CASH System our prices IUd ve been reduced to meet the demands of the CASH trade You can buy more goods for CASH than on credit g r Call and examine our large stock of Women and Mens fine Footwear and Gents Furnish beforeIDOUGLAS BRIGHT CO 207 West Main Street RICHMOND KY p RESIGNATION A nkf n mother to the liuJJlia brought A fcMlcsa child with hands outetrvlchc besought That mighty prophet to recall the breath Korthllown and steal away the sting or death T uf ul she pleaded and with piteous snz Tho Buddha etoopcd from her bent knees to rake The stricken mother took from her the child And spake In ecntlo accents soothing mild That hushed her grief and checked tho flooding tears He still thine heart and quieted thy fears Thy child shall bo restored again to theo Whon thou hut sought and found and brought to me A grain of corn from hovel lint or homo Xo limits give I In thy quest to room Whence Death hast stolen parent not or child Eager she heard and her distress beguiled Lighted her eyes the Buddhas name sho blessed And turned and sped flcet footed on her quost Epcd on tho years and yet sho sought In vain With eager voice Inquired and sought again Hut here a parent gone and here a son And hero a daughter always finding ono Forever absent still with footsteps fleet She sped to find some circle quite com plcte Asked at Inch door with mutely pleading eyes And hungry yearning for the orderedI1rlze Degpalrlnft not till worn with toll and time With patience tireless and with hope sublime Again the I ml dim In her anguish seeks Recounts her journeys and her failure speaks TlA Buddha softly sadly spenks again least thou not learned thy smirch would riot bo vain Were there tho power thou wouldst have me declare Dost thou not see that Death Is everywhere lint In that circle of Eternity That comes with only waiting patiently James W Foley Jr In Bismarck Trib une ttl7ltO pA 41rltd rfiJnGt1klhQh ti THE STURGIS WAGER 9 A DETECTIVE STORY 9 Dy EDGAR MOnETTE g CapjrlgMllW by Frederick Stokes Co A1iAtrVkamikamVf mik mtiaaml CHAITEU XIII CONTINUED I asked to see Dr Henderson he continued at which the sleepy clerji stared nt me in openmouthed nmaze ment Dr Henderson was not In It was quite uncertain when lie would uhlljtoa rather mysterious personage Xc one knows much about him Even Ills clerk admits that lie has seen liiir only once or twice in the IS months during which he lilY lead charge of the ollioe The doctor attends to tin manufacturing part of the business himself his laboratory which Is down in the cellar is n most jealously guarded place No one is ever ad mitted to it under any pretext He is evidently afraid that some one may discover the secret of his valuable remediesYou that as if your words were meant to convey some upexpressed meaning said Dunlap studying the reporters face Xo Sturgis answered thought fully but I am trying to attach some ulterior significance to the facts There is certainly something mysterious about Dr Henderson and the Manhattan Chemical company but whether the mystery is legitimate or not and if not whether it is in any way connected with the Arbogast case is more than I am at present able to determine After a short pause he continued When I found that there was no chance of seeing Dr Henderson him self I inquired at n venture for the manager For an instant a puzzled look lent expression to the otherwise vacuous features of the young man Then a sudden inspiration seemed to cone to him Ohl nhl yes he ex claimed you mean JIr Smith Yes said I catching at n straw Well but Mr Smith is not in either I offered to wait for Mr Smith and started toward the door of the private ofllce in the rear because it bore in prominent letwrs the inscription XO ADMIT TANCE I had turned tho knob be fore the clerk could stop me but the door was locked Mr Smith it seems wines to the ciltc only once a week to reciiivo the clerks report and to pay him iris salary I tried to male a spe cial appointment to meet Mr Smith on the plea of important business left a fictitious none ami address so that Mr Smiths answer might be sent to me Tint was all I was able to do for the time being but I thought it worth while to keep an eye open on the Manhattan Chemical company so I have engaged private detectives to watch it for me night and day until further no tice Ami there the matter elands Dunlap rose wearily from ills chair He looked anxious and careworn Mr Sturgis he said If you can find any part of that 250000 a good share of whatever you can recover for the bank is yours The reporter flushed and bit his lip but he answered quietly You mistake me for a detective Mr Dunlap I nun only a reporter 1 shall be paid by the Tempest for any work I may do on this case You would bet ter offer your reward to the police CHAPTER XIV TIlE LETTER There is n magic in the refreshing sleep of youth calculated to exorcise the megrims When Sprague arising after a good nights rest found the world bathed in the sunshine of n crisp January diiy he felt the physical pleasure of living which comes from supple muscles from the coursing of n generous blood through the veins from the cravings of a healthy appe Ute He remembered the blue devils of the day before and found It difficult In account for them He wu in love cer I talnly But that in Itself did not inn nlsh a sufficient reason for desponden cy It was rumored that the object of his affections was on the eve of betrothal to another Hut what depend ence can be placed upon a public rumor As n matter of fact Miss Mur dock wore no rings in the absence of the badge of the betrothed woman was he not justified in believing her fancy free In that case there was a fair field and no favor Why should not he lute as good n chance of winning the pre as another man Xo man of course was worthy of Agnes Murdoch That was the fundamental axiom Hut in love success does not perch only upon the banner of time worthy If It did the human race would soon become ex tinctSo the young mans thoughts ran on while hope once more found a resting place in his heart Miss Murdoch was not to pose again but Sprague was eager to work on the portrait lie was about to step into the studio after breakfast when the housekeeper announctd call from his lawyer who wished to consult kilns about some important matters The entire morning was thus consumed In necessary but tedious business and it was not until after luncheon that the artist was at lust free to set to work Uncovering the portrait he stood off to examine it As he did so something white upon time floor caught his eye He stooped to pick it up It was n let ter in a beautifully regular masculine hand Mechanically he turned it over and unfolded It Ills eyes carelessly swept the written page then in a flash he realized what it was and he Hung it violently from him Only a few words had left their Im press upon iris retina a few scattered words and a signature Hut these were branded deep upon his brain for oil time In letters of tIre which burned their way to his very soul For he had recognized the letter which had been delivered by the messenger to Miss Murdock the day before and he had seen enough to know that it was couched in words of passionate love In that instant was quenched the last ray of hope which had lurked within iris heart Overwhelmed with n sense of utter desolation he sank back upon n divan and for a long time remained lost in bitter reflections Jut Sprague in spite of his dllet tantelsm was a nuts of grit when oc casion called for it Summoning at length Ills fortitude and his pride he proceeded to tarry out wbnt he con ceived to be time duty of a fjint liinanjm der the elrellllstnncel- lllcklllg up the letter again lie placed it unread in an envelope into which he slipped hit cord with a brief ex planation of the finding of the pauper Then after addressing the envelope lie darted out to mail it himself Thomas Chatham he mused as he went down the stairs Thomas Chat ham Why he is the man who took such pains to inform me that Miss Mur dock was betrothed or on the point of being betrothed the flashily dressed young man with red hair who is so regular an attendant at the Murdochs informal receptions and who never ecms to be Invited on state occasion an insignificant and conceited puppy Poor girl what n pity that she should throw herself away upon such a man Hut if he marries her he shall make her lunppyor l11e Tire balance of his thought was not put Into words but his face became set in stern lines and hlshands clenched In grin determination Sprague with time letter for Miss Mtirdoek in his rand hurried to the nearest letter box raised the lid of the drop inserted the letter in the slot and then tightened his grasp of it and be gan to think The letter If mailed might perhaps not reach its destination until the fcl IN A FLASH UK IlKALJSJED WHAT IT WAS lowing morning It might be of Impor tance since It had been sent by mes senger and to the studio instead of to Miss Murdochs house Besides Miss Murdock would probably be worried when she discovered that she had lost it It ought therefore to be returned to her at one The letter by this time had been withdrawn from the slct of the letter boxYes it ought to be returned by messenger Instead of by mall Hy lIIellSInI gcr it was about half a nearest district messenger ofllcc Time Murdochs house was not much further Wiry not deliver the letter himself Why not Indeed The humps heart has unfathomable depths Why should a hopeless lover pine for n mere sight of the woman wlipse presence only adds to his misery Kxphiin that who can Sprague carefully placed the letter In ids breast pocket and started off lignin this time directing his step toward the Murdock home CHAPTER XV TWO LOVERS Miss Mtirdoek was seated at the piano In the drawing roon her shapely flu gers wondering dreamily over the keys when a rervniu knocked ut the door A gintlcmaii to see ycr miss snit the maid A caller exclaimed Agnes In surprise At this time of dry l Did he glee you his curd Xo miss Nor Ms name naythcr1 dl then Mary snit Agnes with n mixture of amusement and severity wiry do you announce him I think you would better keep an eye on the hatrack lie aint no thafe miss said the maid positively he do be dressed uj too folne fur that Hesoides Ole snm him here retort A hniuum young feller wid rid halr lIlIter Mlster Clm Chapman Chatham suggested Agues with sudden seriousness YIs miss it do be the same I cannot receive him said Miss Murdock in frigid tours I am sur prised tint John should hare IIIltnlltell dub after the explicit instructions I gave him yesterday Hereafter nun never at home to Mr Chin ham Your butler Is not at fault in thlll Instance said a voice f jm the hull way and before either of the women could recover front her surprise n flashily dressed young man with In tensely red hair entered the room lie carried his left inn in a sling Ills face was pale his eyes glittered with n feverish light his olec quivered with repressed excitement- I was waiting for your father In his office when 1 heard your maid go- by and I asked her to announce me I hoped for but I can lordly any I expected n more hospitable rocep tlou Miss Murdock utter the first shoel of surprise hind drawn tip her grace fill figure to its full height anti stood looking at the young nuns with mulls gulsed contempt In her flashing eyes Chatham paused as if expecting u reply and then Shall I explain the object of any visit before your servant he Hiked bitterlyYou may leave Mary until I ring for your said the young girl titrnlnj leI the maid The womnn reluctantly left the room casting curious glances upon her young mistress and her uiiwel cone guest as she went Chatham iimde n motion AS If Al Ii I a chair but Agnes remained slg nlfleantly standing Peilmps sire said coldly your will he good enough t i explain nil briery as wstblc your object in foro Ing your presence upon me in this un gentlemanly way- I suppose my conduct doom strike you as ungentlrnmnly said tin youngmanpitcously hut what could I don I love you devotedly madly and you will not allow me even tote you so You Instruct your serv ants to turn me nway from the door like n beggar it a crime to love you Xo Mr Chatham sold the girl more gently It to not n crime to love n woman hut It is at least a curious blunder to adopt the method you have selected of showing your affection mind it is certainly not generous to force it upon her ns you are doing What else I do lie repented doggedly Here tun I maidenly obliged to leave Xev York for n long time perhaps forever and unnblolci get a single word with you called yesterday morning and was Informed that you were at that artist fellows studio Then I wrote you u letter asking for an interview and I left It there for you myself The only notice you took of it was to give Instruction to your huller not to admit me If 1 ccalled again I cannot go nway like that without n ray of hope to lightens my exile and to leave you cur rounded by n lot of men who lire anxious to marry you The tenderhearted girl felt a grow ing pity for the awkward and vulgar young man In whom she began vaguely to discerns n genuine suffering I nm sorry Mr Chatham she wild nine sorry than cat say Hut what can do I do not nnrr for ou In the WII you wish nlllnff- lotiull Is not toill eoereed I have done the best I could to discourage you because I know you have interrupted Chatham you have avoided me and swabbed nm surd taker every way you could to show that your do not like me It would have inert mistaken kindness to do otherwise said Agnes gently Xo It wouldnt exclaimed the ac countant I dont ask you to love me not nt once at any rate nut give me n show give me time give me u little hope I cannot do that snit the girl in a low toot Why cant you urged the young inns excitedly I have sacrificed cv rything for you I have given up nil I mad I have lost my position I Lure risked my lifeI dont understand you said Miss luruock looking at him in astonish nent Your father would he replied hils Idly it vns he egged me on to this he promised me tint you wouljl lave me My father promised = Yes your father and by J Chatham who was growing more and more excited brought down iris clenched fist upon n table near which lie stood and with nil evident effort repressed the oath which rose to his lips Mica Murdock startled anti bewildered observed him In ttptcchlcus amazement After a momentary struggle the nc countnnt suddenly broke forth In pit out pleading 1 dont ask much now Tell me only one thing and I shall no away content for the present Say that no other man has any better chance with you than Race Say that you do not love anyone elseThe young girl tried hard to avoid his ardent gaze Say ti ho commanded In sudden sternnessAgnes drew herself upproudly then I dont know by what right you pre sume to catechise or to command me sire said coldly at the same time mak ing n motion as if to touch tire button of the electric bell Chatham saw the motion sad sprang before her to intercept It Ah thin Is the way of It Is It l he exclaimed with passionate jealousy Your nrestn love with another man The words seemed to choke him in the utterance The blood rushed to ids head the veins on his temples stood out lu purple vividness mid us he clutched spasmodically at his collar a wild light came Into his eyes Agnes caught their mad glitter and shrank hack in sudden terror I tunic been duprrtl ho shouted frantically I have been n ents paw HIS F1NOKIUS CMO8KD NKUVCCSL ON TUB llANDLi and now that I have dot all that was wanted of mel am to bo turned oil like adog with a kirk Tine dirty work dote is It Well see about that well see what your father hus to sly nut at any rate you eau he sure of cue tiding Ibis voice sank to a hoarse whisper and time words fell with ImprctMihc dU tinctness if dont marry you no one ncr email As he upoke he leaned forward upon thu table which stood near him and his finders closed nervously upon the handle of a jeweled Nasser knife Tier was murder in Iris eye at that moment anti time frightened girl quailed be fore Suddenly her ear caught the srmnd ot footstew in the hallway Sims opened her lifts to ewl for help but before chc could utter R fcnuml the door ojtencd re vcullng the anxious face of the house mult wino mad heard enough to realize that It wax time to Interrupt the tete atete without further ceremony Mr Sprague multi ski an pounced with a iYimfu Ung nod at her young miMr llI whose lathe free and frightened e had not escaped her at Itn lion Sprague stood on tine threxhofj In evident ImharrnrfMuent looking from Agnes to Chatham and uncertain hair to act I fear I am intruding Miss Mitt dock he said nt last your maid told me she thought you could re ceive me Perhaps would better eaU again Xo no Mr Sprague replied the young girl effusively coming toward him with outstretched hands an so glad to see you And then observ bug Iris Inquiring glance toward Chatham I think sine added coldly that this gentleman inns sold all that he has to say to me- Chathams excitement had subsided in the reaction he seemed III trail weak mud he nervously clenched iris tremnlouK right hand I will wait to see Dr Murdock he said doggedly In a low voice As yon please replied Agnes miff er n slight hesitation Mary slum Mr Chatham to the doctors stub AH tire accountant followed the set e tint from tin room blank despair WM KIll in every feature crud it seemed to Sprngue nx the door closed that III heed something like a COU vulsive sub To He Continued AVIml JoerpliVneT- ime Sabbath school teacher hud been telling the class about Joseph particu larly with reference to his coat of many colors anti how his father rewarded him for being n good boy for Joseph sire said told iris father whenever he caught any of his brothers in the net nf doing wrong Can stay little boy or girl toil mi what Joseph was the teacher asked hoping lint some of them hud caught the Idea that ho was JiicohsfavorJtc know one of tire little girls raid holding up her hard What was he- A tattletule was the reply Cin cinnati BnquirerIoar Ruhr didnt quite like the wry you fixed up inynd said the Inventor of the hygienic miming bottle Whats the matter with it nuked the ad writer Its somewhat ambiguous You say When the baby Is through with the bottle It should be taken apart washed thoroughly with a host and laid tfwny In n cool plea Phllad pliia Press PRESENCE OF MIND A LIKe lilt of a ft That felled Work with n Wide Awake Man If there he etc thing that I more than another ailmire it iatime having ones wit about one because I never had mine To be pouciscdonly of 1ciprit Jescahcr li an writes John Paul in MagazineAt readywitted men I recall an incident that I have often told but never published Let me do that now justice to one In eomllan with time late J It once of an evening dropped in at WaTlacki old Fourteenth Street theater We could get no seats as there was standing room only At the end of the flat act two or chettra seats were vacant in front ami we walked down and took them Barely were we sealed when two gentlemanlylooking ounll men came down the stale addressed me pardon but have you checks for those seals was on the point of rimg when Osgood replied Xo IlIveouY They lIdnt It was merely hit of IU prcme blulT Hut how few have bad the readiness to meet and parry it Harp Itilllppliie Jrph The rarest corals in the world are to be found in the Philippine and have now become American properlgle precious as this jewel is there m still a rarer one nUll that is the jewel of health It may he tartrssed by any one who will keep the iiftea lion active end the towels regular with lIotrtter Stomach hitters king ofnil remedies for instigation tlpprlSIIl eon ti ration biliousness and slrepleanneu Try it The rill of llnl rlon Note children said the Sunday school teacher which of you can tell me why lUbylon fell There was a lene silence The little ones bent over anti looked at one another and drew long breaths but none of them said an thing tome camel tire teacher exclaimed atI length Im Imt there any little bo or girl in thisclass wbo tan te why llabylon any one of you who can think of any reason why Baby lon should lure fallen tIt Then a buy with large brown freckles on the bridge of lira nose and a thumb with a blackened nail put his land Ah the nrret fared teacher ukllOr thought some of you must know if only toppd to think What was it Icreyr he on a banana w Percy aUltlelled1Iicago TimesHerald LOWIIATi KXCUIMOMS VI tIuurl fertile 1tII1a tend Iron Jlonnlnln Ititulr To paints in the WetS uthwT t and South tilt at haif rate KOOI for the round- trip IVkrts on vale Tuesdays Srptttnlr and Novem- ber0thandaltband December 4th and ISIh For full information land folders te address any agent of share lines or II CTowu endUr i T Agtnt StLouisMo That bunny IVrllnc Da aint no frelm remarked Uncle fWD dat ran bold er candle to de fee culur irnMllon tIt melts in er roans tout meanders down Ins spree an trickle wit at biB heels when h done lays dun rr fivedollar bill in fo er ham an de greece baas him buck js SJ7 in change Chicago Kvtniug Newt Woullnl This Jolt You Mr Wabath fat the balI your pro gramme han MUM Ohvt Miss Olive lof St louralllr goodness oo Ive been waiting more thin an hue for some one to come along and take me down to supper Chicago KvemngXewi It Came Nnturnl Mrs Johniing Mali lands nat chile cant he mo den fo moats ole an walk eroun liketrfullgrown nwn llowd yo Urn him Mr Jackton Why Mote begin wbi tlm a cakewalk de odder day an data de re sult Puck The desire for fame has betrayed many an ambitious roan into committing indis cretions that forever ruined his reputation Chicago holyicwe All WomenKnow That ordinary treatment falls to rollove painful periods ThoyknowLydla E Pink hams Vegetable Com pound will and does and has moro than any other medicine Evory woman knows about Mrs Plnkhamm medicine Every woman knows somo woman Mrs Pink ham has cured But nino women out of ton put offgetting this ro liable remedy until their health Is nearly wrecked by experiments or nog loot I- Then they wrlto to Mrs Pinkham and she euros them but of course It takes longer to do so Dont delay getting help If you aro sick She has holpod a million women Why not you ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Boar Signature of 7SM r eSlmll Wrpptr fklow Yara11 sa aea- t I taU ut smtf ax CARTERS pint I rltt1 FOR HEADACHE FOR DI7IINESS rOil IIUOUSMESS FOR TORPID LIVER fOR CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SKIN FOR THE CONPUIION to VSlsU wersyw I1InI7 tgetaelbiGSwi G I n CURE SICK HEADACHE PIJSOS CUR atwror In Om frnflrCiSUMPTION WALTHAM WATCHES Before 1854 there were no Waltham Watches nor any American Watches Today the tradition that one must go abroad for a good watch has been exploded by the American Waltham Watch Company l The Perfected American Witch An Illustrated hoolefof Interesting Information about watches will be sent free upon request American Waltham Watch Company Walthamt Mass I I arIIRIBiiAn Expensive nTip n is the one which you cut offand Iii throw away every time that you = smoke a Five Cent cigar There is nearlyas much labor in making this j end as all the rest of the cigar and jyet everyman who buys a cigar cuts = it and throws it away You get = all you pay for when you smoke Old Virginia Cheroots = Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this = year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 cents 7 Ill1IslRI tIIIlt T sTHE CITIZEN A WEKKLY NIWS1APtR lIrnJA KKNTUCKV l OUR PLATFORM bringUle thinghutwhat you read TIII CITIZEN brings first of nJ the news not every tala ofcrime or horror but the im portant newsthe news from Washington and the Stato capital from our soldiers in far off islands from our neigh bors everywhere For tho young folks we have n story and a Diblc lesson for house wives a few new ideas each lightentheirsome valuable hints which will help him to make more from his land andcattle We propose to get the best ideas that can be found on all such practical nntl important matters and sass them around our readers The re sources of Bcrca College arc not for its students alone The editor of this paper can at anytime step into the largest Col lege library in the State and he has engaged several of the most distinguished instructors chargebCThose who are visitedCaper CITIZKN will know what is going on in the world Every week it will tell them coincthing worth knowing THE CITIZEN is pledged to no party It is every mans friend It stands for the things which benefit all temperance thrift kindness enterprise and education And we ask all who believe in these things to subscribe for TIIK CITIZEN 1WHAT 1HE LAW DECIDES An nprnl who fnrsvnnU collections to isubiigtit nn4ilircctslilni to make any 1IIIIe4tlOIicipal lit II In Milton 11 Inlincon Minn 4Y I llAitt liable to the jirln ulinl for Mich iniiusc of the funds by the kubngrnt Discretion In the MirroRntr to with hold coitintUttnn from nn tXHMilof who linn not Klvcit Ilrolllr III Itlit ton to hili dutlfk U litltl In ItutlrdRf N Y 47 U It A 2l not to IK drilled by the codeprovUlon that tieMirrotntrinmt nllow to him ccrluln coiiuuliklnns for his services A Mntutr tiiiikhtig It unliwful to per mit the rtcitpc of natural pnd Into tIlt open air from n dll longer tlinlt lvi inyu nttrr It In tOtistructfd it held In ktntc v Ohio Oil comjmny JIIII 47 L It A 6t7 fo be conitltutlonnl nod n IrcUlon to the same effect In rendered by the United Ktatft upr me court in 177 S 44Ktd Any privilege thnt nuiy exist by fir till of thr coiiinion Inlcrent of the pur lieu when n creditor li writing to Ida debtor cotnlnhiiltig of delny In the pnyment of the debt by n third person throiiKli n bunk held In Siillhan vs SlfnlinrnlliittoiiKvniinCoiMiMlnslon company Mo 471 Iti tjIlIot to ex tend to the In put at Ion of evil motives and dUhonehly tonuili third perion- iiirnUhmeiite nnln t nn executor to reach a debt of the decedent before decree for distribution of imrU de nied In llmUnn Wllber lIch 47 U K A 115 III the nbnence of statutory periiiUnlon although the debt hns been placed In judgment III n Milt re vived npiliiHl till executor The numer OIIH nut horlt hlI on the iUCHllin of gar nlnliiiiPiit of executor or administrator are reviewed In n note to this case Httllof n back tire without negli gence by one whose properly In threat cacti with Imminent dent ruction by lire in held In Owen v Cook X 17 L Itt G4C not to make tIe owner liable 7 for the destruction of till property of another pcnton III COM his acts add 01 contribute to ltn lest ruction hut the tire from which he xeekii protect him Edt will be connldereil the direct and proximate of the Ions RAILROAD STATISTICSr flross rarnlngi l313C10ns Operating expense 830008000 Freight carried 05 703583 tons Increase during year 2809 miles Single track mileage ISUJUS miles Number of road In the United States 2041- 1AnrlllfcreIlIuC per pnNscngcr mile 1925 cents hess earnlngH per mile of line op crated 7003 Total number of passengers car ned 523170508 Average revenue per ton carried cnch iiilltf 724 inliU Number of employe 92d02 an av cruge of 195 per 100 milun Capital invested represents 11033 054808 un average of fOOoJO vcr mile of jine TIlE SUNDAY SCHOOL feiinii In Hit Inlrriinlliiiuil ftirlrx fci- lMrplcliiliir Brt lmluilI Hilly tIrcmnrel Vlllrlifiiliu by II lenlniil n THIS IKHBON TISXr Luke lK tI45 Let your Inlim Im Klrilnl bfiil and your light burning KJ Anil ye yoiirrrlven tIkt iinlo mh hot WRit fur llielr Lord wlmii Ir will return from the welding thut wlim Id inmflth unil knockdh they rusty open nno Hun 1m mrcllnttly Illennfd tire tho e servant wlmm the unl wl11 llu vmneth lmll llml wiilrh IIIK vrrlly wiy unto you hilt llr Klnl Illinnvlr mid mnkn hems In down to meul unit will cuine furlii anti rrv And It He shall come In the second wiilch or rotno In tlm third watch and llnd thfin no hltMiMl lire tlioiie irivanti3- D And liii know that If llu niii dmanof tlin houss hud known wlmt hour the ihlrf would come IIP Would Imve wntrhcd uni nut hnve suffered liii house to bo broken through lie ye Ihorifore Irmly iilno for the Son of Shall corneih ut un hour s hen yc think hot Thru IVtrr wild unto Him Lord prakfil thou tin imrnble uhto us or even to BUT AIHI the hord stud Who thin Id that faithful sod WM iewnril whom his lord hall milk ruler tivpr till hounrliuld It give them their portion of ineRt lii tsseinU Illpukcd U thut rnrvHiit wlium hi lord when IIP ininitli nlmll find rnilnlhir- II Of n truth Ii4tY lUlU you that he will muko him ruler over all that IM Imth U Hut sod K that servant sa in isbi Jinirt My lord drlayvth hIs coining and chall liPKln to lwsit the menervnl and Inaldrn sand to eat and drink anti to be drunknr The lord of that servant will romp In a day when IIP lixiketh not for htm and at- an hour when his In not aware and will emit him In puiidtL add wilt iiiiMitnt him hl imllloti Wills the unhisilev- erIlllI TiT tEni irn Stint r nlr itIhlu trnilnHM Milth this It NUTIIB Ash IOMMKNTfl Tile S rlptiirr pvetlnn to he St Hilled Inrllonh till ltaoii tit It fol luw thp tenohhiK of lul Snmlnj In a try html oral In Tlmt tricking wni lu beware of emrtusismura or mitch fulnoMngnlnn line is rtlrulr for To stay we tuiy the gencrMl Mibjocl of mitrhfulnr Another dlt hiiit inns inny he ninrlr tlint In that Ihllil Knion piu HiiiUrly a tpwton for tllMIplfn In tin list lrjon lewis rnt fcjwaklliit tu it mixed rod pKirvntlv In the IftMciii lit Ik peak ing to III disciple only wtt verM 41 Then Jesus urged hearers to rliaiige Ilie course of their livei i He now iirgeo them to penrfitttncc to that ruiirw mid tu bo on guarc1 not flgnln l unv out pnrtlciilnr Inn but ngiilnal HBV mill rVfry diuier that might nwail Taking thrii the tfXt we iss III tIC tislsltti flihtot a- tlthtn4a rllr erICIItttifulnpu AiiRinvt Attacka v w How to utchivsll4 ItcRdlnriw for Servicei lenruril in last leMon tititi the root of the evil ngnliiKt which letiin prrtieherf vns fale view of life and that the eure lay In gnluiiiK till right view of life lImit llierr It ollirllillif more thais M rlnft our duly we muni io tteu III JlU ta rloun teathititr irtU tu tmliit of the ihlUgK that III help kerp u rirht Due He emphniilzei In the present lea MIII wntchfiilne b unil the Ictkmi open with tlien word Let your loin be girded tthmil and your lights burning Theto ere two iirleHlul ex preiviona for reuclliifn Hie llml cull tipii plpturi of tin moats about Ui ttu oh a joiiriivy perhn lib errund for till tnnxler The kvcond onil up a 1ilel tire of tIme wlkv virgins who bud brought oil enough rind had their lanin trimmed nod burning for the coming nf till bridegroom We art to be on uoiiKtNiit opportunityWnhnve hall list IrMnii of Aatchfiili forced by the parable of tin coming ol time bridegroom Now vre have the par able of the coming of the thief Not only arm we to watch for opportunity for service limit we lire to be watching against attack Sin a tlrile tot nnH at such a lime nn we think not tiNNtili the tiiijiportK of our Kvca There boy come a time whrn ve rnnnot rtt4e2 It II we do not guard agaliMit UK lirM Insid lOlls npprotieheF How to VntehAt thU point Petw nuked If thin pnrnble applied to nil 01 only to the npostlcn the loader ol ChrintV lock In answer lcaisa shows what He inransliv watehlng It II not walling with folded hnnir for the eixning of time kingdom Hut cosmic wrvaiit will think hits mast er will put ofT lila coming for yet n long time not he begins to do hose thing of whit the inn sI r doer not approve a nib tc grow 1iirirlckni Hie lord of that cvrv net will commit III 1 day when lie kiikcth not for him and hour Mlun he not aware nnd will emit him lu mn tier and will appoint him lilp portion with the unbclleverti or ncponlng If Hie nvUed version with the fat fill A Tempernnre ICKHOII Tliis lenfton has been nppolnttd by the Internii tlonnl committee to be taught a tVm pcrunee lefinon In iMrong drink ic lilt demon tlwl ninny men find It hardr to list t ho with and whIch till lovers n rlghteounnemt nnd good order Rhould help to tIght Inloxleallng ll iiir Is p polion to the body weakotm the mini nnd dcKtroys time soul With Itaivnt boclatcd nil the vices known among suds and none of the virtues Ithsosilt- be shunned and the appetite for it MI p preyed by every means which God ha put within our power DriiiikenncK wait the vice thnt caiiMd the undoing of time dervant In the lesson who re fund to watch Siienr Ililnti- He who can Kin saucimoniously serves Satan best The compicst of Haul was Pauls girls t eat victory The bletificil life builds its road by the river of Gods love All our poruhvH are within the cons pass of ClirlHts compassion A man may IIIINI his conscience bin lie iso hide from his God It1M almost InipuHslblf fur the winds of doctrine to toss the mtin who has a good balluKt of sanctified iiiibc lUnia Hum A sever Cair CllffollIlreetIon hs cured a severe case of Chronic Tetter ton I head for which various physicians had prescribed In vain I tilts pltOMlft in this testimon relit lotion usedin connection with Soap cures Tetter lllngworm Kcze everkinddrusglit does not keep them send his name t9Solon taliner 374 Ilarl Street New secure free pamphlet of teititno niaia and sample of or Soap AVIml ll Wnnled Slie Tafee care Alfred that isnt the thebottlewantNTime llPKt lrp erlilloii fur Clillln and lever ii a haUlof Onovrs TARTRLRM CnlUJoxiu HI alsisply and atustulcisform euro no pay VrlcefOc A Drendfnt Condlllnn Jlnka The colonels wile 1ml sucha tern that the drove the Ioor roan to drink itentuehyIhut It was to drink watertletrolt Joree l5rens Tit Cure i Cold In One Drty- Tuko Iiaatlvo Hrouio Qulnlno Tablet All druggists refund mouoy If it falls tocure 2c IIlrjiroom with lib kitchens attached Atchiion Globe Hi ldeaNephewThis hotel is run on the Kuropean plan Uncle loth how 0 they charge Americana twice ai much ill anybody elselIuck IiioV Cure for Cantumpticn it an infalli WSamuelThere is an unfarlunat time fn a mans It dltll he feels too sRi to become nay and too young to tn IM arly Atclnibti UloUri fIIlIlmtljd0nil druwfUts It aurprlfins what a case a loafer can make out against an induttnoua man IiIInllli taken ant allow yoiirwlf to iieeotne choly lauih once in awhile Itlflanl are tickledor notChicago f5111 Tis aweet to kluIO la Kiime Gum clew toI The litter P like the selfish friend liJrr T Pills arc purely vegetable They tire ctfect c but gcntlc Natures remedy for dayisAll druggists U cents a box J C AVER COMPANY Practical CiitmUiij lw ll lohI AyrTi Ayers Hair Vigor Ayerl SarupalillsI Ajrcrs Cherry I Ajrut Conuune toralI liiJUCLAS5IIOtC0 fj ell uPgIIh ci tc SHIhis Ill more H mut Hd 01111manIlCAU1JJ attliikuilutklan4tT hOts II iufrHELSJqTUEST tzrIrannzsciL 11IIJle 110rnmhOtL r iiWI un iir1etIIUS1CieaJCTCrSb 0 c3 3 arjcmOJ3 hoiJ WoDgi1 o HOES fADE tJ f 101 Tru Rill of S3 350 SSoei JSnarlnror1minnraHnHntf ancankwpriifint we tlmolldealI5nhtstoizhvtaemtihtjgtz 2lIIII iItoiryourdnilrrwlllnotcrtthrinror omnCor II11ln 1aaHI FREE IOUrl60 page illustrated cata bguc FREE H WAS NOT ASKED AGAIN One Ocenaluu When the Ilety of Jllcilicnn Iolltlclnu Vn Xul- Coimplcnnii M K Chittcndcn the Michigan politician who deariy loved a joke hits own lnttialsj C he always insisted ttood for Icthodtit ipincopal which organization could It have secured him would have acnuircd a very lively member Mart na Mr Chittenden was famiiiariy called relates the Chicago Chronicle par tially lost isis hearing tome years ago and communication with him thereafter Will one of the fine arts Sting the agent of the Standard Oil company a large terri tory he traveled considerably and on a certain occasion fell in with a couple of friends at Hillidale who invited him to go with them to dinner at the house of a resident acquaintance One of them quieti said to the host Mr Chittcnden is an exceedingly Pious man and likes to have the food blessed partaking You mutt invite him to ask the blessing Accordingly when all were seated silence niKin the company while the host turned to Mr rhittemkn with Will you ask the ingTUp Chit tendons hand to his ear with usual quick nervous gesture as in a listening attitude he responded in a tonic more decided thin unctuous Ive grown allfired deaf lately that if youve got anything to say to me youll have to say it devilish loud A roar from the two friends disclosed to Chitteniien and the astonished host that they had been the victims of a practical joke Chil enjoyed it amazingly when be understood what had happened With tllItclThe true editorial spir it Mid the oMtimer is declining IOIM youre right agreed the struggling iiillior It certainl doesnt appear to be accepting Philadelphia Press Often the r ny difference between the lai tinier and iii cmpUycr is that the for met it a mere Wlllni r wine the lat ter is a mere viugn wnner Puck u Bears The Signature Of lOc 25c 50c For 4 a get but or lnbor SnvliiK Icssert Dissolve in lot rnntcrsof a age Iturnliain Jcllyvun tet away in a cool place and you w have the pleasing 11 flavors are lemon orange strawberry berry wildcherry and peseben if wine or cullce it desired gi Jellycou Your gruter t HO FOR OKLAHOMA llU to oIto nt WXXMWXW ieeoted inatloii nboiit she lindi one r I1W 8ubcriiemirnt e ittiitrtnd IoknO- kAhnlA Ir n Nanuil 10 5o 5IeC tJeItli tIne r tlTUnl SiC nUta ivelln Adire tk 1e8SQee g2G8 Oee- I WINCHESTER I SHOTGUNS aiii SHOTGUN SHELLS p the winning In the field or at I = the trap AH dealers tell them = REPEATING ARMS CO ito Wlllcllasni Ava New hAVEN 8 e e OOe0 e 75 to crnaeO 9 Winchester j lit = Factory loaded shotgun shells A NEW RIVAL REPEATER A prove their superiority SI tmrrailuatetEEjNATeclUins Iowdcrs tnncltoct of hot wciitiT ant Uaeps too In a henllhy condition and hw tho or of dill Ten In the doo tors rliyslc ns pTecrtb ond alt P it nmt It U criminal Costs only 25 nb lDrus3l5Uornul25cto Q J MOFFETTi PSt Louis Mo PRESIDENT TYLERS DAUGHTER A Venerable Lady of Noble Lineage Speaks a Timely Word r WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON n Oneii of aristocratic faces lu Washington is of Semple daughter of President Tyler both an J re lndImpressesMagazine under heading Social Sidelights at Capital Louiseliosnecorning their rcat catarrh tonic Peruna Mrs Scruple writes Tho Peruna Medicine Company Columbus romodyManyresults and I commond It to all who need a strongth ening tonic It Is Indeed a medicine Lotltla Tyler Somplo trIobookentltlell Taiihuidrr fu- USB JhlyYears 1The Kind You Have Always Bought 15L ciau TaITacw yeas coy to of rat ItII will acd lives thou Bnh utato burs nyc the seen has her the the 2 6 en TO Jtl 1111 IN ITS on CHICAGO TO OMAHA I DoubleDaily lino rla Rock ford JUbuquel aoa Comm cit Ilbuffs IIbrarvlmakIDJidining cars Sendto lIsa for a tnscopy of and Notes Illustrat ing thIs new line as seen the car window connectlogtines I Afl1ECfefhtfbd0tbet5ftu1rehef5 free Mrill A Itawuu TVI nuns FOR SiLt 0to 1401 CKKS Every spring you the live in to get rid the collected in the winter Your house in up during the winter all which should to but was Your inside If bowels are full of putrid you them in youll be in everybody all summer A HOSE to body inside but positive forceful lITHIANzthnToNuLLL work while you sleep prepare collected in body for it off gently but surely blood pure and nourishing stomach and bowels lively and and and active Try JOcent not satisfied money youll see the of MADE EASY- CANDY BY CATHARTIC DRUGGISTS 1 To any needy mortal bowel and too poor buy CASCARETS we will senda box free Company New York mentioning advertisement and paper AddraaI water pack Hast until warned mo1 brilliant jrlly delicious jrlly calfifoot iclis titiit nfeSingle IORtIANlEltiLYOT = LOADED combination WINCHESTER LEADEKancl trial g CGCHeeeaI0 TtirniiNA countrrucU dlRewtlva organs whom ACerMs most that Mrs She patted year yet Ohio can remarkableSincerely 18 16 20 Bullet undtrslcned MIIWHOkec IXTBICTSof clean of dust and your soul lives also with filth have been day day not your your dont clean out bad odor with else USE sweet and your drive softly your your your liver box your bade how suffering from troubles Sterling Remedy Chicago FACTORY native rHOM SEEKERS EXCURSIONSSEP SEP OCT OCT NOV NOV ervice Dodge cleaning kidneys DONT fragrant leaving kidneys healthy cleaning days on which you can very excursion tickets to NEBRASKA and other points in the West including Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Leadville Glen wood Springs Colo Deadwood and Hot 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Berca Berea is now tho second town in Madison County and its population seems to have doubled in tho last eight years Tho latest gazettes put it down as a town of 1100 inhabitants Tho country naturally tributary to Boroa is extensive and its business interests aro naturally growing Mr S E Welch Jr has the most extensive business in Berea and de serves great credit for having introduced the cash system here which has contributed greatly to the stabili ty of our business and is training our people in habits of foresight punc tuality and thrift Mr C F Hanson whoso livery is advertised on our first page is an OUt terprising young business man whose father before him was one of the lead ing citizens of Berea Mr Hansons rigs are the best and his service very populir Mr C Ogg whoso card also ap pears on our first page has establish ed an art gallery on Center Street and can exhibit many specimens there of firstclass work Mr Ogg is also well known in surrounding counties where he has occasionly called to visit and take pictures Dr E B McCoy has many friends in Berea and vicinity and is thoroughly established in the Printingollice Block His dental parlors are fitted up with tho modern conveniences and tho success which ho is meeting shows that Berea can appreciate a good thing when seen Dr McCoy is a graduate of tho Ohio College of Den tistry and has formerly practiced in IndianaDr A Davis whose card ap pears also on our first page is a Be rea boy formerly a student of tho College though not a graduate and has had his medical studies in Louis yule and St Louis Although young in his profession he has already handled with success a large number of difficult cases Bicknell Early aro build rag up a largo business in various directions and there are a number of other business people in Berea whoso enterprise gives life und promise to the town Wo shall have more to say under this head- NONt N N N t110g i Until Further Notice Subscribers to I THE CITIZEN = omaygot also i n i Tie Toledo Blade or 4- i The Louisville Commercial i YearZ i i i Come at Once I- il ithroughN1i1Nf 1NAIN- iii i v Goi1leSpOI4CI cc Rockcastle County Dlspiitanta Francis Miller has recoveredTeachers institute this week The whooping cough is lying out here Her Lewis liowlett is building a barnDr Hurly was horn this week from Illinois Win Jonts of Wildip wits here lust week buying sheep O M Payne and wife are the par outs of a ten pound girl Jackson County Green Hull FHrmers aro very busy now saving foddor John Madden is very low with dropsy Married Friday Sept 13 Miss Martha Sandliu to Mr Henry Smith Charley Flanery and Leonanl Wilson attended church at Now Hope lost SundayMiss Hattio Minter of Boonvillo visited her cousin W E Minter and fatuity last week Miss Belle Flauery of this place is visiting her brother E B Flanery of Maulden this week Mr and Mrs W N Hughes into returned from Berea whore they have been visiting Mrs Hughes rela tives Miss Cora Mudman attended church in Laurel county last Satnr day and Sunday and reports a good time Clay County Bright Shade Born to the wife of Dany Smith a fine boy M K Horton died Sept I Ford Hubbard died last week Sherman Bradley has tho fever A B Mosser and wife are on tho sick list- Green and Mary Sizemore were here last week Alex Delph visited friends on Spring Creek recently Mrs Emma Martha Smith went to Knox county Saturday School closed hero this week on ac count of fodder saving Grace Rev J W Brigmon preached here Sunday Isaac Fields died last week Bill Briguion is on tho hick list Elisha Smith had a fodder pulling Friday Lafayette Lewis is visiting relatives at this place Will Johnson expects to move to- Hed Bird soon David Roe of this place is very low withconsumption Wm Murrays little daughter Blanche is very sick Lizzie Rogers expects to return to anvillo to enter school Isaac Cornett of Foger Town passel through hero today Dr I C Wyatt has been very busy attending to patients this week Nelson Walden and son passed through hero Friday on business Miss Sis Wyatt and brother returned homo from a short visit to Berea Miss Nannie Fonts passed through this place yesterday on her way to- an associationMrs Greer and Mrs Laura IcDaniel wore tho guests of Matilda Jrigmon Monday Mrs Matilda Brigmon and her littlo daughter Myrtle expect to start for Berea Friday to visit relatives Tho teachers aro dismissing on ac count of fodder pulling Hellen Brig non has dismissed for two weeks You may bridlo tho appetite but you can not bribe the liver to do its work well You must be honest with it help it along a little now and then with a dose of Herbino the hest liver regulator Pricob0 eta S E Welch Jr Owsley County BoonovlHc A protracted meet hug will commence at tho Christian Church on Meadow Creek tho third b1HoMiss Nannie Hoso is attending tho Jackson High School this fall Nellie Reynolds whoso sickness was spoken ofn few weeks ago is gradually getting worse A Sabbath School was organized at the M E Church last Sunday Janus Estop WitH elected superintendent Tablors Buckeye Pile Ointment relieves the intense itching It soothas hoids and cures chronic cases whore surgeons fail It is no experiment its Acmes increase through its euros Every bottle guaranteed Price RO ets in bottles tubes 75 cts S E Welch Jr- Iversule Mr Alfred Gabbard is building a new dwelling house on his fathers faro Saving fodder is nearing comple tics in this vicinity There is Moro tobacco raised in this vicinity than over before L F Colo will net teach school next weok Ho will attend circuit court Tho Callahan boys will gather four thousand bushels of corn this this your Our school is progressing very nicely Tie first months avorngo was forty two mid there are only forty eight in the district Time Sundayschool is doing much good nt the Grwsy Branch schoolhouse under time leadership of Ro- C M Roberts and W B Reynolds- A diseased liver declares itself by moroseness mental depression lack of energy restlessness melancholy and constipation Herbino will ro store tho liver to u healthy condition Price 50 cts S E Welch Jr Gabbard Very dry weather Tho CITIZEN is always a welcome visitor Tho people aro preparing to make everybody has finished pulling fodder Tho school at Grassy Branch is progressing nicely Your corespondont had line luck in growing melons this year Rev James Evcrsolo of Manches ter preached hero Sunday- A Sundayschool has been organ ized at Grassy Branch- G B Ross and Bros of Meadow Creek arc hauling a largo number of logs on this creek Circuit court will begin at Boono villa Monday C B Gabbard will attend as a juryman Tho people of this placo will moot at tho school houso Saturday Aug 2nd to organize a Republican Club Tho most delicate constitution can safely use Coussens Honoy 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 Program of Teachers Associa tion lloonevllle District Opening Address mill Explanation on tie purpose of tho teachers association Z M b8hearj History of Owsley County P P Reynolds Tho Model School Teacher Mrs Mary Reynolds School Teaching as a Profession Walker Wilson Duties of Trustees L F Colo Possibilities of Our Common School System Ed Nee Old Kentucky Home T P Gabbard How to Govern a School C B Moore Duties of the County Superintendent Miss Maggie Moyers What it Menus to boa Teacher Charley Eversole Why School Teaching is an honorable profession Morideth jnbbard A BOON TO MANKIND DR TBLERS BUCKEYE PILEI PILETUBE i4 CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL andI EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUDES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTT ia 50 CEHTS wE F SHARD Solo Proprietor 310 f lit tiVrt ST LOUIS Ml THE HOME Killtcil by MR U IVTNAM Twclier In Heron College Little Helpers If mothers could realize that it is bettor to begin their housekeeping Its sons when their daughters are six in stead of sixteen years old it would HIIVO then many a heartache over tho blunders of tho young girl who often must assume duties for which she is wholly unfitted Children can learn to work through their pin oven before thoy old enough to attend school They am bo taught to wash clothing for thoir dolls and they will on joy it immense ly Impress upon them lint morning is tho timo fur such work mud furnish thorn with a big apron lull then lot them spatter and splash about in their little tub A very little over sight will touch thnil how to wash mind rinse thoir clothes properly mid a little pniiso will stimulate them to immure those clothes compare favorably for whiteness with tho family wash ingLater on they can bo taught how to starch und iron theso sumo articles Let tho little hands roll out some of tho doughlaking days and give them the top of the popperbox to cut their littlo biscuits and cakes limey will be proud to help mother and if they are not discouraged and undo to understand that they aro moro bother than good their delight in cookng will ubido with thorn whon time biscuits aro larger mad made for the family instead of dollies ton tableIf littlo broom and dustpan Lit given to a child for its own hp cial use and at the MimI timo a little tusk ho assigned such us the brushing up of crumbs under this diningtablo uf tor wich meal tho child will IH pious e l mud proud of tie duty During tho rainy afternoons let the littlo girl bring her work basket and sit beside you while you show her how to cut out undergarments and dreeses for her dolls from paper patterns in struct her how to sow them neatly how to make lOws for tho littlo huts and caps and what combination of colors may he used for tho costumes You will find that it will bo time well spout mothers for you will belaying tho foundation of taste in dress and teaching a skilful use of the needle which in a fow years will bo of value to the young girl who leas little money to spend UJKUI her toilet and must mako her brain and fin guru do what money will for hor sister who is more fortunate iu worldly goods Let time toys bo instructed in out door work let them cart for tho gar den give them n fow tools and teach them to repair thoir own and their sisters broken toys to put a small nil or screw hero and there about the house when it is needed En courage them to construct sleds and wagons tumid anything that will in struct timid in tho use of tools so that later on if necessary tiny can turn that knowledge to account ll MARCH As an external liuumciit of most wonderful penetrative and potter Bollards Snow cllntthoI not equalled by any other in Price an and Wets S E Welch Jr A oiiANti roiili- VHKYIIODY THE SCHOOL loud Planners or low to JUuke Krlentls Thero tiro two things which every boy amid girl should lonru to say Tho first i04It lr YOU LIASK and time sec out ono ill THANK Yor- Do not say Givo mo that stick but say Give mo that stick if you pleaso Do not take tin tipplo or a cup of wulor from tho hand of friund with out snying Tliiink you This is the way to iimko frionds Tho man who is kind is a guntloumu Every boy knows time namo of Goorgo Washington lit tests grunt mini And ho was u gentleman Here lire none rules fur a gontlo noun which George Washington wrote down in u book whon ho toss u litho boyEvery notion in company ought to bo with sumo sign of respect to those prosont IBo no llatltiror Lot your countenance bo pious tint but in serious mat tors soiiiuwlujt grave Show not younolf fchul at the misfortune of mother though ho wore your ouoiuy It When n ninu doall ho can though it mieooeds not woll blauio not him that did it Mock not nor just ut anything of imporlHiico brouk no jests that art sharp biting smith if you deliver Buy timing that in witty mid ploumint nil tttain frump laughing thorwit ours Whoroin you roprovo anothur IfI iinhlunmhlo yourself for example moro prnvnlunt than some plltplllI aghast anyone neither ctirso nor ro vile nl not hasty to believe Hying nv ports to tho disparagement of Spunk not injurious words neithur iu just nor in ournoNt scotT at none though they give occasion Undertake not what you cannot Mtrfonn but bo careful to kelp your proinUo Speak no evil of tho absent for it is unjust When you spunkof lad or his at tributos let it IKJ seriously in rover cut Honor and obey your natunil parents although they bo poor- Let your recreations bo manful not sinful Labor to keep alive in your breast that littlo spark of colostial fire call outmcionco Tho world always listens to n mum with a will in lliumEx- if u you aspire to high position you must lw prepared for greet labor mind strong opposition Mjdlund Method Ibt Whites Cream Vurmifugo is perfectly liariulcHH tuulx111 remove livery worm It is also n tonic multi by its HtnMigthiMiing properties will restore to pulo chfoks tho rosy huo of health Prico an clli S W Welch Jr THE FARM 161114 Ijy S C IntfcMor ol llortl culture liana Coll- ateSOJIEIE1IIOIS OP SOIL I IIMCOVIMIXT- No li Drainage Drainugo is often nwdod to bringn pieceof mini into proper conditions for producing the Must crops Stir faro or open dmiim will curry oil u great dotil of wator as it falls on the ground and riiim over the nlopo8 but if tho roil U compact and does not al low wutor to poiidtnilo it wuily it will also part with thin water slowly uftir it IIHH hewn soukeii and under such oonditionn uudottlralning with the in mho true reuiwly All plnnU grown im Hold crops Heed u supply of air fur the roots us well ftll for tho lops This they summit gut in u waterIoggsdsoil Whore orator stHtidson u phru of land till it dries awns it is loft ootupuut und hunl but where tie niiiifHll PIIMHOS through tIll soil and UMOHIWS by drains it lomus it porous smut oHHily worked Manv tlioiHiinds of micros of luud within till territory ratio i by the CITIKKN would pay all costs of drain ugo in tin gain on threat crops leaving priitltiugI have tilroudy nuMitiotud till fsct that on out of our garden lots iu town tho gnus on lust yews Potato crop ulono wus stlllle mat to pay the cost of tiling Tho black Kindt Hlltlof tho country iilxiut MOIINI Bra fHiniliiir to nuproduetittIiwsThat limn Inter of this article hhouhl Iwlievo tluit thlOuhllll miido imblt farm luniU hiss givun him tho homo hiuxh n gull nmny tinltw dur gain xist throe yters but not frequent v this minimtT us ill thin IIIUlt A goal iniinr passers on the Walnut Moodow Piko watching certain piitchosof tOrn which pmmit Ion lMirrtls to tit Hew or Ixitlcr themo two yuurH HMO nothing hut sour gross would grow und know that tilo four foot IMMOIV and n little iiiiinuro on tho surfaco hun brought alxut all tho change It seems hard to induce a farmer to take hold of the draining us u busi ntH proK sition for Mill oven then ho couvinciHl of the value of it Let us study n little urithinetic Suppose a mnu nun S1IXX drawing per cent interest how touch will it yield him n year Why 4O to Iw stint Now turn tho problem tIle uthertummy Ifn n than has n slime invt tmont that will yield him 5 j11I urjiet how much is worth A thousand dolhirn of course Now n farmer slid to me not long ago I am satiHlittl lint if I should tilo out tint lower Hold of mine it would uvcnigo mo live barrels of corn to limit ncro lR lttr that it duns troll1aII1hiltOn his own statiuiifiit how ho afford not toT Five barrels of corn to the ecru gained means S7M aver ago prices and it only wnnts tight uterus to bring him a gain of 5tO u your which roprewnlsSIOOO invctttiHl ills tiling of that humid cnnt cost him ov r rib an ecru or SJOO no ho would bo getting 80 por cent on his tilt inj instead of Ii pxr cent Not fancy figures them by any mentis for there nro many taw OU record when the giiin on tlin o crops hits paid nil tho cost of tiling There nro many hundreds of acres of land in Madison Unrnird Estill and Kockcnstlo counties of Kentucky not to intuition other parts of the State wlioro tile draining could Im nude to pay fully such figures on tho in vest munt ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN BEREA COLLEGE HAS 16 BUILDINGS I BEREA COLLEGE IIHOver liO teachers 700 students from HO states Uest Library Kentucky No Saloons DEPARTMENTS 1or those NOT Hitfllcluntly advanced to got n teachers certificate 1 Trado Schools Carpentry Housework Printing two years iL Model Schools preparing for Normal and tho courses For those siiUlclently advanced to get a teachers certificate III Farming and Agriculture gardening stockraising forestry otctwo years IV Domestic Science Sowing Cooking etctwo years V Normal Courso for teachers threo years with practice teaching VI Academy Course four years fitting for College for business nil for life For those more advanced VII College Courses PhilosoJlhicnlalld Literary Adjunct Dcimrtincnts VIII Musio Hoed Origin Choral Vocal Piano Theory IX Borea GenorallIospitalTonurso in tho euro of tho sick Boron places the best education in reach of till J i a moneymaking institution Its instruction is a free gift It aims to hop thoso who value education ni I alp themselves and charges u small incidental foo to moot expenses of tho fchool apart from instruction bUKJts must also pay for their board Expousos tot term 12 weeks may ho brought within 21 about half of wlaIltU3t be paid iu advance The school is endorsed hy Baptists Cougregntionalists Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good peoplo of nil denominations POI iiyormulion or fricutlll1 advice addrcts the VlccJrttldent CEO T FAIICC1IILD LL D IJcrcu JlatUson Co Ky