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Still un opportunity for several earn est young men ntitl young woinou to ecru n good part of their expenses Coino at once Circulation 1000 An Independent Weekly Devoted the Interests of the Home and Farm 50 c a r YOLo II BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1900 NO THE CITIZENR- ev JOHN DODWOLL Manager With Strong SUIT of Killlor Cor rm milf nlK Kitteml nt the Wojfl nl llrrm ky at second datt maUtutller IDEAS Always tho Hliortivst way to workOur clwretors are colored by thoughta Character is tho only possession wo can carry from this world Loor work is a special reproach to any 0110 more especially to a Chris tian Tho man who lives to please him self will find that ho has a hard mas torLot in co no boldly to a throne of graco that wo may obtain mercy and Hud graco to help in time of need Itch t HI rteBo intro cud road tho National items in first column first pogo Bo sure and read tho ordi nnncoi in first column of last page Pros Frost will preach at Parks Schonl Joule on Owsloy Fork Sun day at J p in You aro invited FOREIGN Count von Waldorseo has reached Hong Kong Acitvo measures are being taken in China for nurpreitlny tho Boxers Pres Kruger hits accepted tho offer of a Dutch warship to tako him to Rolland In two engagements with Saber tribes in tho Sahara tho French hBO met with nerious losses Au uuiisuully heavy rainfall is causing trouble in India Half the city of Calcutta is under water Germany has announced that no steps taken toward negotiating H ace in China until all who nro ro sponsible for tho outrages there have been given up NATIONAL Dear Friend Do you wish to help tho thousands of your country men left homeless and destitute by the storm of Supt 8th at Galvestout Please read tho following extract from a letter received by the CITIZEN from tho Galveston Tribunound thou ado ns you would bo done by Galveston Texas Sept 18 1000 Dear Sir At the timo of tho storm Sept Sth wo hind in press n very handsome pub licntion fioturesque Gulvus ton IIHIM a book of something over a hundred pages printed on 80pound coated paper filled with viowa this one of tho most beautiful citio- lu tho world It was to have been is sued this week bv the business man of Galveston HS souvenir advertise Inept of the city11e find that post hione half of the edition van sav eland RM now binding those oopiett and will hAt them ready for delivery very shortly Wo have tordoriHl tho profits of this publication to tho Galvoston Re lief Committee and under their au Hpice the book will bo sold to tit general public at JJOO a volume Tao book is one of tho handsomest things that hUH ever eoino from the printing press and is n souvenir of Galvestcn of tho dry beforo tho storm If you will send SlOO to the CITIZEN wo will at onco forward tho mono to tho proper person and tho book will bo sent to you or your money will returned if tho stock is sold out Tho CITIZEN Berea Ky KENTUCKY Howards case went to tho jury Tuesday Governor Bradley is going to tako tho stump A telephone message says Howard condemned to die Twenty thousand people it is said attended tho Louisville Carnival yes terday On Monday Mr Yerkes addressed a largo enthusiastic crowd at Cynthi ana Ky s THE CITIZEN YearI Tho Directors of tho Louisville horse Show have demand it advisable to increase tho capacity of thoir building from fiOOO to 10000 Tho arena will ho 210 feet long Tho show will bo a very popular event The railroads recognizing the ernl interest in a Kentucky horse event have granted half tales for both passengers and freight on ac count of the Louisville horse Show which will occur October 15 to 19 inclusive Accommodations are being mantle for very largo crowds Locals and Personals Work hiss begun on tho now pike J C Sharp has closed his mill for want of water Mrs Dr Cornelius has been quite sick tho past week Mrs Milton Baker left yesterday for her homo at Mt Victor 0 Hon sad Mrs W B Smith of Richmond wore hero Saturday- Mr J II Rose is not able to in his place at Bieknel it Barleys shop L C Duncan has purchased tho Dr Marshall property on Chestnut Avo Rev John G Fwno brought homo from Camp Nelson Saturday lIe is ImprovingFrank Hayes is building a dwell fag on n lot purchased of tho College near tho Either Addition Mrs Bottie Jones hiss sold hor property on Center Street to Mr Thompson of Richmond Mrs N B Willoughby and Miss Hi ln are opening their stock of milli very goods in limo Fowler House Tho series of meetings held at tho Glade Church by1r Combs closed last week with several additions Miss Flora Edwards has lxx n sick nt tho hospital for several days but is ablo to return to tho Hall today Mountain Day Saturday Sept 29 Excursion leaves promptly for Bear Knob at 8 n m Round trip faro ten cents Elder Broaddus of thin Baptist Church of Berea baplifod 18 converts Sunday afternoon in Silver Creek near tho bridge President Frost preached nt Mal lory Springs Sunday afternoon Con gregation very attentive but snail on account of the weather Tho old looms aro being repaired Several hundred dollars worthof homespun was taught nt Berea at the opening of time Fall Term Attention young mon Rare clmrce to earn money for schooling by work on the now Boron pike Ap ply at onco lo Tutor Teeters LosrA main hog weighing about MsOlO Ky Information ns to wliprenhout6 will ho a favor to the owner Mrs Julia Hunting has resigned her position nt Bores College for thin full term mind is tit Christs Hospital Cincinnati for n month of rest mind trout II t Mr and Mrs George Miles who have boon visiting her mother Mrs Laura Enibno loft last week for Cnnnda other point of interest before ronihing Utah John F Whitu County Clerk of Madison County and Gtorgo Evans of Richmond were leasing lands for oil and gas in the vicinity of Berea Friday and Saturday Miss Flora B Ferry student in Bonii in 9VH1 sends payment to tho College of her pledge to the Pearsons Endowment Fund She writes from fv5 Massachusetts Ave Boston Mass A very largo timid attentive congre gation greeted President Frost at Pilot Knob School house last Sunday night Many portions stood about tho windows unable to find room in tho house Christopher C Lewis is teaching at Wooteu Kentucky and expects to bo back for tho winter term He writes I feel that tan quite n different person from what I was whoa I first went to Borea President Frost was happy in his choice of n topic for his Tuesday night leccturo Tho theme Abra ham Lincoln was grouted with ap please Cogent truths were present ed which cannot fail to influonca tho young people who to the lee tureIA New Enterprise is conning to our town T A Robinson Optician andI Jeweler is adding another lino to his business Ho is dally expecting a very fiuo Engraving Machine and hopes in n short time to bo ready to do all kinds cud styles of engraving on Silverware Watches and Jewelry Madison County Rev R RNoel of Stanford begins a meeting nt Silver Creek Church SundayJ Jones of Brnssfleld lies sold upwards of trIO bushels of peaches this year nt S1F 0 per bushel W T MnhaiTy of Irvine contem plates putting up n mill neartho depot at Berea to cut oil barrel staves Rev Lumpkin of Fayctte is hold lug a protracted meeting at thin Second Christian Church in Richmond Wedding Jiuncs Crokely of Big lull to Miss Jauie Anglin of Speedwell nt the homo of tho bride tonight Four largo cat fish caught in the river near Valley View worn purchas ed Monday by Mr John Allman the butcher Tho aggregate weight is 137 pounds This is a fish story short and to tho point Richmond ianta graph Prohibition Club A meeting of those interested in the issues of the Prohibtion Party was hold last Saturday evening to complete the plans made at on earlier meeting for a permanent Prohibition Club A constitution was adopted officers elected and n good number of members secured Everything looks favorable for a good lire club hero and every young man who believes in tho principles of this party should join in the good work The Club will meet every Saturday evening nt the Vesper Hour RndR prepared literary and musical program will bo given Lot all help in moulding public sentiment against the saloon and sa loon politics The Extension Department of Berea College Soon after President Frost came to Beren said Wo mire to hasten the time vhmeueverychildshell bo in n good school when every homo shall contain a shelf of books and an instrument of music and when mill tho bust timings in time world shall ho in outlttaIn tho spirit of this saying tho Ex tent iou Department has been formed to bring the greetings of tho College to every ehoolhouso cud firoside For this reason time College under takes thullnHuallXI lIISO of a series of The Teachers mlIntRgelutes mire for till IUnnyI In connection with them debating societies may bo organized and a note ilopartment started in tho CITIZEN to insist these societies in keeping up of profitable meetings all winter Prof Raymond and Prof Dins more accompanied by their wives nod with a load of tents magic lent folding and other equip ments started Wednesday Their first appointment is at Cool Spring Clay county It has been very difficult to visit our friends in sonic of the counties far front tho railroad but by going in this ten Prof Raymond anti his party look into tho homes of our students and make now friends in many distant valleys COLLEGE AND ACADEMY Students in advanced classes who have been in school at Berea College W Cattle ItuiiKbora Ala W II Ikwlty Oak III H Baker IrnioU Ky K lefty terra I W Bcatly nintonvlllo Ky KyWif H Clark Cnyahon O Marlon Cliattlnr Plains O W Camp Me Klilery Ala J C Chapiu Lltchfleld O W Cliai maa Montgomery Ala SaitnuatKydiary yIfrlleNell Hurdetle Berea France Berry Kockhold Ky Ellen Click MullxMry lap Tenn kySarahKillth Early Beria Flora Klurardi Ierlnton Ohio pert Coniealliu Berea Paul O Uerlhlck Bedford Ohio C H DavK llorea rIwluK II Kmbrve ikrea Frank Ewer Bangorvllle Ohio James Ewers Ban orvllle Ohio Ralph if Field WllUaton Vt Orovrr Fish Berra KyNoncanroI Berea ylIallieAddle Fish Berca Laura with Ky Bessie Flauncrjr S Fork Ky Myrtle Oaf Berea Jellle Oaf Bfiva lirarv Olatro Berea Mary Hulett Berea lkeale lIare Berea- Jmte llantln Cutenyllle K W ILllumkrey3lgavltleKy Fml Judmn Medina O II Klliaa Baltimore Md O K Me Null Tohtboro Ky H T Maltby SaybrookO Seward Starh Ilerea C U Murphy Die VernonO- It W O liorne Berea Mary C Hoopei Obvrlln O Anna L llauran Berea Maud Hanklni Pawnee City Nab Helen Hnntlni Berra KyRthelOrate K Letter Berea Myrtle Lewis Bcrva Annie Logan Berea Erie Lewla Berea Fannie Miller Drip Rack Ky 1ocalionlu Mclliln While Station Ky- Kuth Intnam Berea K Pasco Berea Ueo W Pow Adams Mass O U Irefton Berra James M Rarer Jamestown O KyJoeR Short Berca- T F rthrock Aihtabulah O E Hutlem Corning N Y Wm Tooh Mass Jessie Rogers Brooklyn N Y Francra Sliultx O Corlnnn Smith Gennantown Ky Mary Tool Berca Ethel Told1erea- Minnie II Todd Berea Huilc T White Bercw- Iula WiHHlwanl Dunlin Springs Ky l E Walker IledceTillc rMary Jacob Tullwliotna Tcnn Mean Walker llmUurg la John Welch Berea- A it Yoeum Hurt J K Young ctlcJ l 0 K CbAne Betrn C rrle Spentefoaples Ky Delia Tltun Heivn J L Tltut Ilerm Myrtle Tttim Merest a H bats Paris Ky II Wa hl uni Brookvllta Ky Laura Wathhurn Broofcvllld Ky WANTEDAPTIVK MAN OF GOOD CHAI aeUr to deliver unit collect In Kentucky for oh rtlnbllilird iiiatmfacturliiR wholesale house 1ws a year sure pay Hoiuvty more than expvri Mice nHiuln l Our reference any tank lu rllf Knclove l14UtIIM01 l Mampeil enveII- IManufartnnrsThud x Floor MI M II iO Sit ft S t- oi z17f1iZZ zP ZOZP zT ZJ I Read Reflect ActAl- m I Covington of Covington iV Mitchell has purchased the M interest of Mr Mitchell deceased from the administrators to S take effect i In order to meet our i hUSi1nessy 4 oAfterLow Prices on every item in our store as will cause people JK I to wonder w Wt verybeginningmcndous volume of business and at the same time feel that by- givingMM mighty values that we are going to make many new and lasting Customers and increase the prestige of this store for the 38 yWour stock of IIsMens and Boys CIoHiDg FnrflisliiDgs Hats anti Sloes Ibetter stronger and More Original than ever before Of course the early buyers will get the cream of selection and those who grasp the opportunity now will show their good judgement K- Mjl Covington Mitchell Richmonnd KJw z z CUANCE FOR Yocxo MEN to earn 10 pikoinhours a day and 10 hours Saturday Apply to J C Teeters Engineer to School nod go our cnn Ira untitled ho bo gent ho Colored listened he Park Fish dam SiSi Z M PUBLIC SALE e OF LAND I will on the 6th day of October two offer at public tale to the hUhent and beat bidder theof my farm which contains about one lalldlIlIateIfrom Klrkirllle Ky Saturday October 6th 1900 feencueIn every Held thne Oooil harm that will hold andtlcenelllhlJOrboCountyTERMSthe urehaoerIJ J TURNER- W P PRUITT Auctioneer DO YOU SEE CLEAR IF NOT YOU MAY T A ROBINSON Jeweler and Optician JMain Street Bcrea Ky eyesFREEwill fit you with spectacles that will enable you to see clearly Robinson JewehyandNiceNoveltiesRobinson your crip led clock or watch to him Louisville Nashville R R Time Table in Effect Sept i 1900 Going North Train 0 Dally Leave Berea 1149 am Arrive Richmond1220 a m Arrive Paris 3ir pm Arrive Cincinnnti 600 pm Going South Train Dally Leave Berea 122 pm Arrive Livingston218 p m J W STEVENS Ticket Agent FINE FARM 1 For Sale At f PUBLIC AUCTION offerhtyhett bidder the Fine Farm be longing to 0 P Green ntuat ed two e miles south of Be rea adjoiningSlate The farts contains one hundred and seven 108CrlS fifteen acres are in cultivation A fine young orchard of apple pear plum and peach trees COlidition t house with barn smoke house and necessary outhouses also a nover failing well of good wuter on the I place Tho fences are in good con dition Terms One Jialf cash time balance in twelve 12 months with interest nt U pur cent per annum WM PRUITT Auctioneer Mxm WORMS j Our Advertisers arc all men whom it pays to patronize CIHANSONS LIVERY Center Street Ait Gallery C1 OGQ Proprietor Uptodate Photos Nothing but the best lavish at the low est price LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Office in llmion Bid 92kJO E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky J Ce MORGAN D 9ntal SurgeryOffice Hour ti U A M ItoS P iugHichlllolJd DEXTAL KUHGE11Y A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith JitiUdniti Mafn Street lUClIlIIOI KI- TIlholl 1IIIIIn OS inter No REPAIR THAT LOOM ofTnriiilt ift i tnai tift ctute Bring them to tin IIM Piinciul YAKI Good Homespun Linen 4Oc Linesey SOc 11t iHi tvitrid Old lolroiHl hSen lit jrt trrcl Good Homespun Jeans ECc 6OcGoodand matched from four to six collars- It is n ptlIl thing tint liven Col lege io fiiuliiV n tliHiive fur lilt moun tain vtumeii 10 gii JJHH I runny for their lionifs un Ladies wlio visit Brefl fivm Louis vine mid Iltieiigo und other cities like to get things liKeilnise their grand mothers usid to wuht ale they think the honuspiin uion liennlidil its well ns more dur l le then factorymade IndyhojiMisn Ji Kfphiue A Kobiuscn Beiea Ky WHITES CREAMJi- ntlapaatur Q IFor 20 Years Has Led all Worm Semediss iStSSIMLEJOXJ30 nor AXjXj 3DHXT SGtZlSTa J Preporwl tyJAMES F BALLARD St Louis Sold by S 13 W13LCI1 Jr 11701 FOR CASH priceshaveCASH trade You can buy more goods for CASH than on credit 12 Call and examine our large stock of Women and Mens fine Footwear and Gents Furnish ings at prices much lower than ever before Call and be Convinced DOUGLAS BRIGHT CO 207 West Main Street a RICHMOND KY F THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER BEHKA KENTUCKY OUR PLATFORM This paper aims to bring the best reading to every fire side is a great thing but it makes a big difference what you read THE CITIZEN brings first of all the newsnot every tale ofcrime or horror but the important newsthe news from Washington 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 week whichshould lighten their labors for the farmer some valuable hints which will help him to make more from his land and cattle We propose to get the best ideas that can be found on all such practical and important matters and pass them around among our readers The resources of Berea College are not for its students alone The editor of this paper can at anytime step into the largest College library in the State and he has engaged several of the most distinguished instructors in the College to take charge of special departments in the paper hose who are visited by THE CITIZEN will know what is on in the world Everyweek it will tell them somethingworth knowing THE CITIZEN is pledged to no party It is every mans friend It stands for the things which benefit alltemperancet- hrift kindness enterprise and education And we ask all who believe in these things to subscribe for THE CITIZEN J IS A BUSY HIGHWAY Some Startling Figures Regarding Shipping on Great Lakes An Immrnur Amount of llunlnen Done Grain and Iron Ore by the Irlnrlpnl Iortm Il url rag the Frecenl Season The commerce of the great hikes U 1making Its highest and most elaborate record in the year Not only Is the bui Mess carried on the lakes greater during the present season than on say other occasion but for the first time Its Oetailti are being accurately measured ami the faet9l1resentrd from ninth to month to those Interested in those details The MatlMlcs just complied and which form a part of the July Summary of Commerce and Finance show that during the month of July 5385 Tctseli arrived at the 37 principal ports oq thegreat lakes and from the opening of navigation up to August the total number of arrivals rvns 15941 The transportatlthe great lakes Is also strikingly illus trated For instance there entered the port of Chicago during the month of July 1108 vessels or an average of 36 vessels per day From the opening of navigation in April to August the Vessel arrivals at Chicago aggregated 3518 In the July record Cleveland t havingbeenk but for the season to date both Mil waukee and Dulfnlo outclass Cle eo land the total arrivals rt Milwaukee bring 1599 and at Buffalo 1355 as com pared with 1336 arrivals at Cleveland The port of Detroit was entered by 275 944arrivalsSuperior Vis her sister city at the head of the lakes ofDuluthequal the shipments at each port thus far this season having exceeded 100000 tons In shipments of wheat Duluth is t havingslipped8568886 bushels during the season up oftbushelsduringseason Chicago heads the list in corn beingti5JJ barleyshipments of rye Duluth holds first rank The iron ore traflic is a branch InterestIndustry7890069tonsl at AvhUbuIa 1422527 tons at CIneland and 1154465 tons at South Chi prlnclpalborn with 1770546 tone and Duluth WIth 1600935 tons r HOPE ON rMe was never s 47 so misty an flatthe blue was not somewhere above There Is never a mountaintop ever so bleak That some little flower docs not love It There was never a night no dreary and dark That the stars were not soniewhere shining There Is never a cloud so heavy and black That It has not a silver lining There Is never n waiting time weary and tong That will not sometime have nn ending The most beautiful part of the landscape Is where The sunshine and shadows are blending Into every life some shadows will tall hut heaven sends the sunshine of love Through the rifts In the clouds we may If wo will See the beautiful blue above Then let us hope on though the way belong And the darkness be gathering fast For the turn In the road Is n rattle way on Where the home lights will greet us at last- Morning Star THEsrnR6iSw 71 iA DETECTIVE STORY By EDGAR t OrjHeht ltw by rr MORETTEJ CHAVTEU XV CONTINUED Unconsciously Agnes hand clung to Sprngues hand Now ns the sense of danger disappeared she became aware of what she was doing and in sudden embarrassment she with drew her hand from his reassuring clasp The artist recalling the object of ala visit at once became grave nnd formal lOr am sorry to intrude upon you nt this unconventional hour Miss Mur dock but I found this letter in my studio today It was evidently dropped by you yesterday and thinking it might be important I= A letter What letter asked Agnes puzzled Sprague held out the sealed envel ope The young girl tore it open and cast a hurried glance at its contents Then suddenly understanding site tore the paper to shreds and threw these angrily into the fire which burned brightly in the large open fireplaceOh she exclaimed con temptuously And then after a pause Do you mean to say you thought = She stopped short seized by a sud den shyness What else could I thinksaid Sprague softly lie was watching the fragments of paper ns they flared upon the hearth The flame which consumed them seemed to shed a radiant glow upon hisheartThen he added presently and still more softly if there is nothing between you andf and himperhaps perhaps I may hope Miss Murdock Agnes Ills hand sought hers and found it But the reaction had ccme at last and the brave girl who had been able to control herself in the presence of a threatening madman now gave way to a fit of hysterical weeping Sprague not being a medical man could hardly have known what reme dies to employ in an emergency of this kind All he did was to whispersooth lug words in the young girls car anti to kiss the tears from her eyes But apparently that was enough Evidently for n layman he must have possessed considerable medical intuition for after sobbing awhile upon his shoW tier Agnes quieted down gradually and remained contentedly nestling in his arms while the artist doubtless fear ful of a relapse continued for per haps an unnecessarily long time to ply the treatment whose effect had pro duced upon his patient so marked so rapid and so satisfactory a result The attention of the medical profes sion is respectfully called to a treat ment which though empirical may possibly possess specific virtues CIIA1TEK XVI TIlE ROENTGEN RAYS I tell you Sturgis it is a wonderful discovery I dont know what applica Hans may ultimately be made of it in other branches of science but 1 am convinced that it is bound to cause a revolution in surgical diagnosis said Dr Thurston enthusiastically Yes replied Sturgis I have no doubt that Roentgens rays will be of great assistance to the surgeon in the examination of features and in the location of foreign bodies which cannot e reached by the probe As a proof of that I must show you a beautiful photograph which I have lust made After leaving you on New Years morning I found a patient asleep in my office He hind been wait Ing several hours It was the usupl JOE of a pistol in the heads of a fool friend who did not know it was loud ed and of course witl the usual result a bullet wound in mypatienV Sturgis was listening in an nbsen minded way while his friend spoke The wound was not severe no pones broken The bullet had entered he palm of the left hand and had passed up into the forearm A sudden light came into the report ers eyes but he maintained his list attitudeWell probe as I would J was unuble to locate that bullet At last I concluded to try the Roentgen rays and here is the result It Is as pretty a shadow photograph BB I have yet leenSo saying Dr Thurston handed the reporter a photograph which tie lat ter studied carefully in silence Notice bow clearly you can see the peculiar shape into which the bullet kM been flattened said the physician Yes replied Sturgis was observe thisdyou can spare Yes keep that one if you wish Thank you I am very glad to have it Did you succeed In extracting the bullet I have not tried yet I had todcvcl PJ the photograph first Of course When do you expect the red halrcd young man to return lIe promised to come back Jester day but he failed to do so replied Dr Thurston lien suddenly Hut who eald anything about Ills being young or rcdhnlrcd Not you certainly old man replied Sturgis stalling Dont worry you have not voluntarily betrayed any professional secret Hut for all that your patient is wanted by the police He was bound to fall into their hand before long The only effect of this discovery will be to hasten the denoue ment I had traced him to your house and I knew how he was wounded so that I recognized him air soon as you mentioned his case Who is he asked Thurston I am sure I have seen him somewhere before but I cannot remember where Whereupon the reporter related the story of Chatham connection with the Knickerbocker bank case CHAlTKK XVII THBQUAItnr Half nn hour later Sturgis was walk lug briskly down llroadway with his usual air of absentminded concentra tion Presently he turned Into n side street anti at once slackened his pace lie now sauntered along like a lounger at a loss how to kill a long idle day The show window of a bricabrac shop arrested his attention He stopped to examine its contents A little farther up the street was n liquor saloon outside of which stood a group of boisterous young rowdies An older man evidently In Ills cups was seated on an adjoining stoop where with maudlin gravity he seemed to be communing with himself On the opposite side of the way stood a low dilapidated brick house A painted sign over ihe windows of the ground floor bore the name MAX HATTAX CHEMICAL CO The drunken man rose unsteadily to his feet and npprochcd Sturgis with outstretched hand Say Jimmy get on tvr his nibs strikin de bloke fur u nickel ter gin medclnc fur his sick mudderl cx claimed one of the young rutlians The wretchedlooking individual thus designated seemed hardly able to stand as he steadied himself against an iron railing but the eyes he turned upon Sturgis were bright with intelligence and the words he spoke were uttered In a low firm voice lies been here been here twice Twice echoed Sturgis surprised Where is he now I dont knowOJ You dont know Xo sir but I guess Conklin does This is how it was It was my watch yesterday afternoon when Chatham came the first time He went into the Manhattan companys place through the basement at a quarter after five So I just settled myself out here and waited Well I waited nnd waited but there wasnt any sign of Chatham anti when Flagler came to relieve me at ten oclock Cbatham hadnt come out yet Flngler he spotted the place until six this morning nnd then Conk tin took his turn again until two oclock when I clime on for my watch Just ns Conklin was telling me how things stood who should come down the street but Chatham himself large as lifeDown the street exclaimed Stur gig Yes sir And uplic goes ns if noth ing had happened and into the Man hattan Chemical companys place againlie had put up the buckdoor game on you said the reporter Yes sir just what I said to Conk lin So quick as a wink I sent him around the block to keep his eye peeled on the next street and I waited here And here Ive been ever since If Conklin Isnt on the block above It must be because Chatham has made tracks again and he niter him Ill go and find out said Sturgis Has anyone else called at the Man hattan Chemical companys office since you have been on watch Xo sir but a couple of hours ago nn express wagon cline along and de livered a long wooden box might have been chemicals for the wholesale de partment for it was lowered to the eel lar by the hoist in the areaway The blood young man receipted for the boxVery well Shrady Hang on n little while longer and I shall have you re lieved just as soon as possibly can So saying the reporter who had been pretending to look through his pockets for a coin ostentatiously slipped a nickel into the outstretched palm before him The light seeped to die out of the sharp eyes of the detect ire and it was the miserable drunkard ft io staggered back to his place on the stoop ned 3 9 the station unmindful of ifve gibes of the young rowdies congre gated there Sturgis walked up to the next street where he found iwoml detective on dutyAnything new Conklin he asked Xo sir hes been lying ow looks like he knew he was spotted this timeGood Stay here until I can notify the police that we have run down the quarry It will be necessary to obtain a search warrart for the Manhattan Chemical companys place In the meantime If Chatham should attempt to make tracks hang on to him like his shadow and send back word here as soon as you can All right sir Sturgis after leaving Conklin walked aloes the street which the de tective WB watching and carefully In spected every house on the block AI most all were huge office buildings but here and there an old fasldoned brown stone front stood out conspicuously against the broad expanse of brick walls and Iron columns Halfway down the street one of these old houses stood well back from the street line behind a small garden The reporter stood near this anti rend the numbers on the adjoining buildings This Is directly back of the Men hattan Chemical companys oflicc he unused I wonder who lives here It looks like a respectable place enough One could obtain n good view of the rear of the Manhattan Chemical com panys office from the back windows Hm He stood thoughtfully considering IwhJt pretext he could use to gain ad mission to the house when suddenly he became aware of the presence of n man who had approached with noiseless steps Ah is that you Mr Sturgis said the calm sanjonlcal voice of Dr Mur dockThe reporter started Inwardly but gave no outward sign of surprise Were you about to do me the honor of railing continued the chmcist Yes said Sturgis deliberately I was about to seek ftn Interview with you Can you spare a few minute Who is It that asks for the interview Inquired Murdock with quiet sarcasm Is it Mr Sturgis gentle man Mr Sturgis reporter or Sturgis met a cold gleam from Mur docks inscrutable dyes Or Mr Sturgis the famous de tective continued the chemist with an imperceptible sneer- I represent the Tempest replied the reporter quietly Murdock glanced carelessly up and down the street There was no one in very well he said taking out his latchkey nod lending the way to the house come Into my study and let me hear what I can do for the Tempest On entering the house Murdock mo tioned Sturgis to the door leading from the hall into the drawingroom- If you will step into the parlor lor- a few minutes I shall be with you di rectly said he Sturgis nodded acquiescence anti while Murdock walked toward his study which was at the extreme rear of the hall the reporter opened the drawingroom door He did not open It very wide however neither did he enter for although the room was rather dark his quick eye caught n passing glimpse of a feminine head cozily nestkd upon a distinctly mas culine shoulder the owner of which had Lila back turned to him Bach elor cynic though he was Sturgis had not the heart to Interrupt so Interesting a situation and as the couple were absorbed that they hall not noticed the Intrusion upon their tete atete he discreetly retreated and softly closed the door Dy this time unlock had passed Into his study so that Sturgis found himself alone in the hall lIe was glad of n short respite during which lie might collect his thoughts for having been taken by surprise he hind not had time to select n plausible topic for the Interview which he had solicited from Murdock Xot know ing that the louse was that of the chemist his sole object had been to gain admittance so that ho might be able to ol cne the Manhattan Chem- Ical comp iYs offices from the rear and if possible to ascertain how Clint ham had managed to give the detec tires the slip the first time he ape peared to them Now that he was in the house the reporter was confronted with the ne cessltyof explaining hula presence there without betraying his true pur pose This would not have been a difficult matter lad the inmates of the house been total strangers but he felt that it would be by no means so easy to offer an explanation which would be satisfactory to a man of Murdocka keen perception And Mur dock was the last person to whom he would have confided the true reason of his visit not only because the chemist ns his opponent in the wager concerning the Knickerbocker bank mystery was interested In thwarting rather than in aiding his Investiga tion but chiefly because he felt a strong Instinctive distrust of the man As these thoughts were passing through the reporters mind he slowly paced the long hull back and forth with his hands behind his back In so doing he passed n door which was slightly ajar and caught a glimpse of long rows of bookshelves loaded with beautifully bound edl tions The place was evidently the library It occurred to him that a library Is a public room and that he would be more comfortable In there than in the hall He pushed open the door and looked in The room was empty He en teredThe library occupied a space be tween the parlor and the rear room into which Murdock had entered and it was separated from each of these rooms by folding doora over which hung heavy portieres Sturgis was a lover of books hula interest was at once aroused in the collection before him It was admirably selected from the standpoint of a philosopher and a man of lei ence livery department of history of philosophy and of science hud its section In which the volumes were classified and arranged with Intelli gent care Hut curiously enough poetry and art were but meagerly rep resentedOne section specially attracted Sturgis attention It was devoted entirely to the history of crjmt In all its phases and In all ages Criminal statistics criminal jurisprudence and 0If the psychology of crime as well M the biographies of all the noted crim- Inal of ancient and modern times were completely represented Almost the only works of fiction In tho co lection were In this section anti in eluded every book Imaginable con cerning criminals anti their deeds Many rare and curious volumes were theresome of them so rare that they could be found In only a few of the- great libraries of the world Here Sturgis was In his clement He hind himself collected a valuable library on the subjects kindred to hi profession but here were hoops many of which none but a Croesus could ever hope to own He was soon ab sorbed In an examination of sonic rare volumes which he hall often longed to possess While thus engaged ho became aware of the murmur of voices from the rear room As the words spoken could not be distinguished he paid no special attention to them butt in stlnctlvcly tie noted that one of the voices flowed In the calm even tones so characteristic of M unlock speech while the other whose timbre nnd modulations were unknown to him betrayed the repressed excitement of the speaker- It soon became evident that Mur docks Interlocutor was fast losing controlof himself for he gradually pitched his voice In a higher key un til occasional words began to reach Sturgis ears The reporter was not the man to wantonly play the part eavesdropper therefore although the isolated words which reached him brought no connected sense he judged that It was time to move out of earshot of the conversation to which he was becoming an Involuntary listener Replacing upon Hi shelf the hook which he hall been ex amining he started toward the hall door As lie did no he heard the now thoroughly excited Individual ex claim in loud tones I dont care a damn for the money I only went Into the scheme because you promised shed have me and by God if I dont get her Ill give the whole cursed thing away Sturgis who had reached the hall door pricked up his detectives ears at these words Hut in another see and he heard the knobs of the fold Ing doors rattleas though some one lead placed upon them Quick as thought he opened tin door and glided out Into the hallway He hind not time to pull the door quite to behind him whets the folding doors opened and hn heard Murdoch say In hU calm frigid tones perhaps you have done that al ready with dulcet voice Had Iuniocksren him The re porter nuked himself the question Probably not for he hearth the fold ing doors close once more ITo ne Conllnutd HETTY GREENS GREAT RICHES It Tank Two Year for tier In Vlrt the PrBjtertlei on Which Sh lied MorlBUBr Hctty Greens wealthconsUts large ly of government bondr railroad stocks and mortgages writes Leigh Mitchell Hodge of The Richest Wom an in America in Ladles Home Jour nal She says she Is not so fond of government bonds since the finances of the nation have become polluted with politics Good mortgages of any kind are now her favorite form of in vestment If nil the mortgages she holds were foreclosed tomorrow 21 churches of various denominations in almost nil many stales would become hers and four cemeteries would be added to her real estate Besides thew there would be blocks of great boil ness buildings and splendid city houH t theaters livery stables and hotels country residences farms and ranches factory buildings and thousands of acres of valuable land in all parts of the country Several years ago lire made a tour of inspection of all the property on which she held mortgage She spent two years traveling and stayed at 40 hotels In as many cities Since then she has added largely tohei holdings of this kind The most con servative estimates place Mrs Greens wealth nt 00000000 but It probably more She herself wont discuss this matter except to say that it is over stated Cnmpvtlbllltr The wife of n Memphis gentlemaa asked him the other tiny to explain to her the meaning of the phrase incompatibility of temper- It refers to a mans wife growling at him when he comes home at three a mIndeed she said then I suppose compntability of temper has reference to the kiss he will get If he cornea home at the proper hour Memphis Scimitar Realistic CooperHello Rowland Hack from the southwest 1 Howd you come out with Uncle Toms cabin Rowland Too blamed hot down there for such a show Why man in one Texas town the people were so frantic for something to coal their parched throats that they actually charged the stage and carried away the Ice we had for Liza to escape on Buffalo Commercial No Trouble Mistress I think you will prove sat Isfactory Hut I cannot engage you until I have consulted with my hums bandMoldOh thats all right I ahvayi get on perfectly with the roeDN y World Senseless Pride Mother What Going to marry that felUw Qinsling Hes a bar tenderDaughterHuh You neednt talk Your only son tends s soda fouatali in a prohibition townN Y Weekl THE SUNDAY SCJlOOLiLesion In the liternatlunal i erleforI- lllnlMeplemlier ltI tIIIIIIIA llrvlevr Prepared by II C IenlnRon GOll i TICIrllr p doors of thri word ntul mil lienrer only ileeelv tug lour In rhln liX A CIIMONOLOOICAl HUV1KW Hclow we give In chronological or der thin recorded events III the life of Christ for the period embraced in tha lessons of the pnvt quarters seaeJohn 61611 Heals many that nr tick nt aenneiarvt Matt 14315 Stark CUU lli cour e on the bread of life at Capernaum John 6Jt7l Dlicourte on ratlntc with unwashed hands at CI rllllumMIU 1S1W Stark 713A I I Hummer Jc ui journeys loaned Hldon with ills disciples for rest and lnnU daughter of Iyrophnrnlrlnn worn nnM tt 1518 Stark 72130 Return through Icnioll performing many miracles of heallnirMatt 157JJ1 Ferris time hoot IecapollsStatt 1S3M3 Murk SillO llllml man healed nt llelhualda Luke 11 Peter confeimlondr faith to Jesus near Oiarra Phlllppl Matt 16131 Stark 53730 luk 1155L Jesus for not line foretells Ills dtath and rrnurrrctlonMalt 18taMark SJl9lj Luke n77 Jesus trun ngiirrl near l arra Ihlllppl Matt 17113 Murk 1318 Lake 1IJSoJII HeMa demoniac boy Stall 171M1 Stark 9113 luke 93711 Jruagain foretells Illn death soil rmurreu llon In t1AIIIIltL 17339 lark- L331LukellhiS Ulncotimeand parable on forgiving at Captirnuum Malt 18153S A D V Autumn Jeiui attend least of tabernacles at Jerunalnn and discourse on the water of life on Unlit and freedom on one tarn blind aril on the Coo HhepherdJohn 71 to let He turn to ClaUlee A U 3 Novrmlxr and December Jeeui takes Ills final departure teem Uulllet taU Itl Stark 101 luk 161 Sends forth the seventy lulu HamarU anti IHIuktIOIn Iarnblo of the loud UamarlUB In PermLuk 10217 Iiscaur prayer Luke 11111 Aniiwen attack of the Iharlteei luke 111441 Ula courses on great morul trullMluk IJlS8UIUKCT8 AND COIDHN TBXT8 Lesson ltlubjtCl Jesus walklnv en Ihs leg loIJtn Text Of a truth Own art the Hon of UodMatt lids lotion IIHubject Jesus tIN bread of life Golden Text Jesus apt UHtu them lam the bread of life Jiilin Lesson JS III Hubjrcl The Clrnlll worn ana faith Jotden Teat Lard help mrtall 1- 5Lesson IV Subject Peters confession and Christ rebuke n klen Text If any man will come after me let him deny himself and take up lib era anti fellow meMatl 114 Lesion VHubJecl The TraMflK rutloH Golden Text Thl 1s my l it vtd Son hear Him luke 136 Ion Vl8ubjct Jui sad the rhlldren laden Teal Suffer the little children to rams unto rile and far bid them not for of such Is the kingdom of DodMark 1C1I Lesson VIlHubJert The foiilvnespirit Uolden Text Porgtvn lie jur debt a w forgive our debtorsStall tliIMon VIII flutijet The man horn thingknow I I lee John r5Ion IXUubJect Jesus the used Shepherd Golden Tnt ThO1 aisepJohnLesion XUubJect The evenly emit forth Golden Text The han eet truly Is great but the laborer are few f- Luke 155- Lesson XlHubjt The gust Hnmarl nelctiborIuon XII Subject The rich fuel Oolden Tnt What skill Il pruht a MI1tlloeeIxon XllLSubject The duty of watchfulness Oolden Text Watch hitotemplsllonMatt AN EARLY PREACHERS WORK talgwr lelter tram a Jhr 1nlianU Clero uinti hstely MrnuuM in llnhl llcrGriffithman of PcniihlvHiiIrt who lived 170 broughttoHndnor 1cnnllvunln Star and Parishlonersfound a great muny of them much neglected In their Kducatlon A Ig HeIIglonvery much vltlattd with fiiUo due trines I cndcavourd to rectlfye tho mlslnkeir f the Latter mind to InMruot hrbellejeder tliildlird thin task thin found a great necessity of visiting n great ythiredfound a great number of well Bla posed persons Hut Inlinly heat itmito requestIand for n long time hnd no other phico ofLarge a snmll to canton the great number JrlllrnlJtosmall one Hundred nnd Kvu mlltN bo sides my weekly attendance nt llid ofhhhehlze every Sunday The number of ComeingluneChrllltrI1l11them being adults This being all thattoffers nt present from the Ilonble Ho clcty In General mud your most Ohio diem humble Servant Gen Hughes Jdrape from Cnnniin The future of a bulding rests on its foundation tllouRhtmustWe do not have to think alike butwe must all work together Patience Is the perfume pressed joyThelike spadesThe sineduo 3GOAL MINERS RIOT Sheriffs Posse Fires oa a Crowd Kills Two and Wounds Seven Minn Onnrm land Cm iiililn Ar Arrnnulnir ur the Irolrclluu- ut AVurUnirn in Hie 1Vay- lu the Colllrrlra Shenamlouli 1a Sept 22A hlicr Its pon o fired on n crowd ut rlotnui taco near hero Friday afternoon kill- Ing two penoAH and wounding sever other Klirrlff Toolo nnd Deputlcit ODon nell nnd llreiiiicinun were culled to bauimmlonh Friday to iiippremi the snobs that threatened the mina worker nnd colliery property At iiutt tliifr time the three sheriffs nnd n Mimll POHHO whom the nhcrllt had Hiitniiioned on the ground went to the Indian Illdge colliery of tho Head lug Co to escort Uic working men In brit home Tho colllrry U lo lariat n short distance cast of Then undonli IIhurllyalhrmlildlt of the east Center Mreet anti iTiuheil Hie IolilRh Pulley raliroud Kliillun Here had lathered a large niiiwil of Polm Slur and llilli nrl mu men women and children who lined brothsldte of the iitreet A shot ullg out trout a saloon Ihlll wna followed hn shaver of stoats Many of the crowd had pick ed tip ktlckn tutu stones anti were act 8lelnChiliVantlonrd hili men to ki ep txmt nhd not to use their Urenrm called them to llrtv The nnler was iilirypil with pursuedtrKtuoii house wlirre they tuck refuse SherllT Toole shortly afterward teli phoned to Harrisburg anti linked that it detachment of troop lie sent hors It wan learned that Adjt OCD Stew telljmlllllitrrUburff Pn Sept K Three regiments of infantry n battery and troop of cavalry rrre ordered out ut midnight by tiov Stone to assist Sm rllT Toule In limllitnliiliig order in tits Schuytklll mining region This iictlon wan taken after a conference WlMrcn the Koveinor Adjt Jen Stewart still Jell flohlu on the tug eat oolleltallon of the nherlff hoe flight lllnelltlf Shelmndoah anti ninny iromliioni reldrnln of that lo entity lIn lobln has l een plucid in roiiimnnd of the prorlaloiial brigade und Htartid from here Friday with hU HtatT on s siwclal twin for Shrn umlonli lie will rxtnlillsli lieadiliar tem then mul rxHvtR tn be on the ground with 1500 troops by 3 oclock Saturday morning tiheiiHiidonh Ia Kept UII air of wtpectaney WHN noticeable among the People here Sunday nnd although it would be dlfllcult to find n more HMctfiil conimtinliy tin opinion li generally 1lIrltt1 that Motulny will wltntM n r Mtev l of the riotous + eccrlrt of JVidny The upcrlnteml cntN of nil the niliir In the tlclnlty ur IhU city anti Shamokln Sunday re iterated their Intention of rcKinnlnj operntloiiK The strikers however declare they will not mievecd ul IcaNt In tho Sheniindoah mine It was nut afternoon that there wan bitty noticeable activity on llio atrrvtH In the morning eliurclir of nil denomination were crowded and the HcrmuiiK were Invariably tho Mibjccl of the mine troubles During the afternoon demonstra lions wore made by the governor Iroop it nil battery C which marched throng h the streets of the city nnd along the roads lending to the mines KrprcyunlallvcN of the seven collier lies nlmut tlilK city vlnllrd Gen Uobln In a body Sundry afternoon to nr range for the protection of their uorkmcil on their way to the collier ten District Superintendent Boyd of the Philadelphia Heading Coil and Iron Cos workings Informcil Gen iobln that he luau iiKMiiraiuCH that iminy of his rinplovcM remalnrd away from the colllcrlen only through fear of violence Oen iobln early In the day drovn through the district which will he the scone of the mllltlnn operations Monday nod after Ids conference with the mine nupcrlntcndrjitM he compbtrd his plat of notion At oclock Monday morning thc hat ml IOIIM of infantry the govcrnorn troop std Buttery C left their camps nnl marched out on the roads tending to tho collieries The troops continued on the move during the time tho workmen were going to the mines HnrrlHburg In Sept tXo ills turbanccM occurred throughout the nnlhrnclti mining dlstrlctn on Sun duty All was quiet cvcrywjierc Scranton In Sept 21It now be gins to look nx If the strike would extend to the railroaders at least In thin region The switchmen hnd nn other conference Sunday with their national ofliccrx Orand MnHtcr Frank T llirvley anti Jrnnd Secretary John e K Tlptou of IlufTnlo rirrnirn lujnreil lly KnllliiK VnllI St IOUH Sept 211 lire nt 202 to SOS Morgan street early Friday morn lug reunited in the Injuring of seven llrcmtii by fulling walls One Tuck Ollrlcn will die nnd another lat rick Pocrer any tile The loss was 20000 mostly nuntnned by the liar yadlneMcKlttrlck Dry Goods Co Xetv IInRne Cu nt Hagov Glasgow Sept 21Two now ese of plague hire been Uncovered anti the total number or victims Is 21 aside from two rutpecbi and 00 per font under eurvelllanc OEN WM LUDLOW u The PrnLIrnt of the pedal Mill try lionnl Utfu Htm Opinion of the German Army New York Sept 24 Awotg the passengers who arrived on thn steam ship St Iaul Iron Liverpool Sunday won Gen Win Ludlow who wem abroad cnrly In July as the president organizedforitary system of ICuropc with the view of the formation of a United Staten war college All Kuropean nations said the general lave n sort of war college or general staff n hotly composed of tho ablest men In nil the various de partmcntH of the army such nn un tdjutiint general iiartermanter gen ernl anti commlsHary general The United Slates has nothing of the kind The commanding general hits no one to aid him In concerted action in the face of emergency I find that the Gcrmnn military machine was the best organized of- an the Kuropean nrmlcn Thin partly on nccount of ltd environment bring surrounded by Ilrst class powers and conseipiently on the alert Ir tunes of peace fur quick nctlon In tlmiM of our Them licrnmti olllccn flea the hanlml worked of nil In lu rope They hccm to bu drilling and training their open from dawn to dusk Ccrtninly they have very little leisure nail not notch time to sleep One of the results of this hard work In that nn tinny of 1000000 men lies been mobilised within ten dnyn no perfect are the iinrtcrmanlern and commtMiirlen tcnnnny Is rrttdy In pence nnd In trttrl- CLOUDBURST IN TEXAS Much Oninnicr lit lroirrl and Ltvru- Lost mi the rare Illttr- nl Uvnlilr Tn San Antonio Flux Sept 21A cloudburst In the valley of the Neucc river Saturday night did much dam age to properly nnd nlso nccortllng tt report received lucre resulted in logM of life on the ranohen in that vicinity The Xeucea at Lvaldc coin S3 fret hi S4 hours time std broke telegraph commiinlcntlon A number of rnnche were Inundated and one Kngllrh nheep roan Kthelbrrt McDon std together with some Mexican iheep healers nru said to Imve lost their liven on n ranch in the moun tams near Ilrackett From reports of n colonyof jio mndle Itallann it la thought that two lost their liven In the flood that went down the Xeiicm tntue Praise Lundof Cotdih St IMUB Sept Ilhe largest trtiln londIII cotton ever shipped from SU Iiouin left the city Sunday night over the Chicago Alton road for lloston There were 30 car loads Tine cotton It from Texas and Oklii homo and In the first urge shipment of the ncaiioii Arrnngementn nn be ing trade for Ihu nhlpmcnt of n train load mach week from now on Fat time will be made and the run from St Louis to Boston will be completed In four days A TrnnnMtrl Ailiurr Santiago de Cuba Sept Ihetoted Staten transport Kawllns from New York Heptcmbor 12 by way of S in lent September lo while en tering Santiago harbor Sunday rust tier bow on n sonl bar near Kl Morro clone to the Hectic of the wreck of the llelna Mercedes where shim re mained three hours She wan with toddy vdlcd olT by a 1iiHcd States tug anti It ins found that she hnd ulTcrrd no Injury A Cunnril lliiir Ina Cnlr New York tirpt 2t1Ih lice ileckn orouitcd to time utmost cnmc lly with AmcrlcaiiN returning home the Cunnril nteamshtp tlnbrla ftp rived Sunday morning She left Liv erpool on Saturday September 12 nnd QueeiiKtown the following tiny On her third day out she ran into n henry gals mid for three days the vexxcl fund to pound Jnr way through heavy head win Slur puttered no damage lrnnil Inrlnl llcilroj pit Mnniuetle Mich Sept 2OrIlI1l1 Iortal the principal scathe lit Irae lion of the fnmoiiH pictured rocks of Lake Superior him lumen destroyed by n northeaster Grand Iortnl wan 100 fret high by 170 fret broad on the water line The cliff in which It was cut rosy 30 feet above the arch and n treat nuts of rock fell crushing It In Conk Ilnnil Attnriril Wellington N Sept 22Mr lEIchnrd John Seddon premier of Mew Zealand announced Friday in tho house of representatives the annexa tion of Cook Islands southwest of the Society Islands with the consent of the Itaratongii chiefs Gnu Mile In WimlihiKluii Washington Sept 22 Lieut fen Mile accompanied by his shirt aide Col Francis Mlehler returned to Washington Friday lifter an extended trip through tho west during the course of which he inspected many of the army posts Vase Pt iItthurMh- Pittsburgh Pa Sept 21A fire which started Sunday morning In the large livestory building nt 215113 Vatcr street occupied by Wilson Halley Co burned fiercely for some tune nud dill great damage to ad joining buildings Loss estmated nt 75000 to flUUOOO Mllvraak Von Clllca oSept 21The Milwaukee and Chicago American league teams played tinexhlUjilou gamut lucre Sun Milwaukee won by bunrhlng bits in the second innings The Rorirlci Nightmare tenlbhdreampowertoI right in the of an automobile that I could NO tomlng toward me at a terrible rate orspero the lamps at the side blazing the two eyes of some terrible monster Nearer and nearer it came and I In fearful agony tried to drag myself out of the way was unable to move I tried to cry out no that the man who was running the automobile might either atop nr turn aside and avoid running over me but I could not make a sound On on it came frenzyIwakeupJlutDllr experience we know that the horseless nightmare arrived Chicigo Time Herald Depreciation of stoner In 1873 a silver dollar was worth one dol lar and MXtentlm in to 1878 eighty nine eenhln eightyfive vent l in seventytwo cents IR ItIJJ1 sixty cents and In 1800 fart five cents elate but there is one standard stomach remedy which has not changed in half a century and that in Iloitetters Stomrth Hitter It always hu been the one unsure passed remedy for indigestion dyrpcpila or Not a Generals tag The freshness of eggs is carefullj graded in this but our distinctions are cur passed in delicacy by ic residentsvogue mon h in India A distinguished once happened to itop in Calcutta At breakfast the great man was served with boiled eggs He took one broke the shell and dropped it with an air luatlIere cried to his what dOjou mean bjhinR me a bad rggi- The man his master and exam lord the c Rg with the utmost seriousness- I entreat our forgveneersaid hchul- tt all a mistake hat one and i an aid ecampaegi by mlltakeSlrt Stories A Child Life saved IrollMrTenn Last July myjittlesoc was terribly burned on iris chest arms and legs by boiling hot sou but fortunate our Lotion was at hand and was promptly applied which alforclvd almost instant re the burned surface rapidly healed leaving M scar Palmers relieves notkeepStreet ew and receive fret phlel of testimonials and sample or 10 lion or Lotion Soap Tilt brand Plants Ida Yes the chorus ended up with voices MayAllsinging the last line And IUD hi heart was true No 20 sung And still ids heart wet true and the other ISO joined in with tall Chicago livening etva LOWHATI3 UXCtmsiOXS Via Sllainnrl Piscine llnllirny and Iron Mnnnlnln llotitr To points in the WwtSouthwtml and South east at 200 for the round llltembetlhltsu0 rot full information land folders liOlrownscnd01 Vlicre lie Is Pouted Our nntion of a credulous min is a mar who thinka all the motions of a batehal DetroitJournalTo Cure n Cold In One nor Take Ijxxatlvo Dromo Ouliilno Tablets At rucKlsU refund money if llfatls to euro 2oc lilt Purpose tingleIVhentied Philadelphia Record SUFFERING AND RELIEF Throo Lottora from Mrs Johnson Showing that Lydia E Pink hams Vogotnblo Oompound Ouros tho Ills of Women Wrote for hrs Plnkham5 Advice November 1897 DEAR Mu PINKIIAM litmaprcnt sufferer have much trouble through the lower part of my bowels and I am writing to you for advice Menses are irregular mid scanty am troubled with luacorrhicn and I ache through my Lack and down through my loins have spells of bloating very badly roinctliuci will be very largo unit other times very much reduced MusCnAH 1 JOIINSOX Box 33 llumford Center Maine Nov SO 1807 Improvement Reported December 1897 DEAR Mae i1NKt1ASruI wish to tell you that I am improving In health 1 am ever t o much better than when I wrote before Time trouble through the lower part of rowels Is better nud I am not bloated so badly I was very touch swollen through the abdomen before I took Lydia K Iinkhams Vege table Compound I still have a feel Ing of fulness across my cutest I have used three bottles of it and am on the fourthMns CHAS K JOHNSON llox 33 Uuraford Center Maine Dec 131807 Enjoying Good Health June i899 DKAU Mis PINKHAM Since a year ago I have been taking your medicine and am now strong and enjoying good health 1 have not been so well for three years and feel very thankful to you for what Lydia B 1lnkhains Vegetable Compound has done for me I would advise all who suffer with fe male troubles to try your medicine Mint CIIAB K JOIIXSOK lime 33 Hum ford Center Elaine Juno 1 1800 PilES1lrlnft and absorbs Itchlns the tumors ailara tho Itch lug nt Ones acts III a andltchlmtof theprtratt- par At rnggt torhrmall on itl COrl a 800WILLIAMS 3iTiCOl roi CLtvxlj IOlllo MONEYFOR PlteIhit retier SOLDIERS Inlon 8oi1ln who made nomctt a U flelaor Ml per brforeauneV mailer IabadOneulIlhellollllooa homrtirnt rluht i OcularIIT1tn tIt1aTvitdngonI0uC- Dessert fnrToDnr You need not wotn about it if you harm Burnham hasty Jelljwm in the cupboard Only necessary to distolve in hot water ant stand away to cool to teiuu the matt delicious absolutely pUrl gelatine tuja and fruit flavors Flavors oran rupberrv no wild cherry peach- also alfufoot for waift 4D wjffeo jtlly lour grocer it The nest Irenrr llnn for CIoIIIIII and Fever Is a bottle of Gitnvra TasriLrss CniiiloMc His iilinilytrouiiniljulnlueln oUstclc form eurono pay pleaInnurse There should be no complaint unti I will make mud pica upon my finest attire Dalton Courier u Piioi Cure U the pert medicine we ever 011111IUIIgenergy some has a terribly wear effect on the peo ple that are compelled to associate with them Brooklyn Life- The Manufacturer of Carters Ink have had forty years experience in making it and they certainly know how Send fur Ink free authorIityoften not able to raise the price of a Indianapolis News dyJIweatllco Some people pend w much of their time In trying to lc amiable that they havent time to urn a living Chicago Daily sew llntla Cnlnrrh cure- I a Constitutional Cure Price 75c In the country the call fun wickedness in the city they call wickedness unthiMgo Daily eWIIAll the They like it Mixed ale causes many serious ajments Chicago Daily Ncwi That lazy liver of yours needs a whip Ayers Pills will stir it without stinging- All druggists 13 cents Lao J C AVER COMPANY Pnctkil Chemist Lowell MallI Ami Ayers Hair Vijor Aei SarurariJlaI Ayers Cherry PecWil Aftti Areri Coma tone m OCt 25c 50c ntne ss O em8I mOm 9 Qg 5 Did You Ever Know f = anyone who smoked the same kind g of Five Cent cigar any length of 5 time Five Cent cigar smokers are 5 always trying la 2 something new or something differ ent as there always seems to DC some f jj thing Wrong about the cigars they have J H been smoking your dealer for 5 Old They are always good Three hundred million smoked this year Price 7 for 5 cents Ri6yr td7f11 0EleE ii L en erJt route toTeXilS teaIthe Cotton Belt the parlor cafe car comfort able with couch separated the balance the with any time for privacy PHOlJOMSlfjLlMiUiItn fCrUUITJJLIcBlUiItii tCAHIJTrJLItaMlle- IMiHnTfAcaciijitioui W 0 P and iiscnoTruaiuisniTess T A St Mo I Puffs under the eyes red nose pimple blotched greasy face dont mean hard drink ing always as much as it shows that there is BILE IN THE BLOOD It is true drink ing and overeating overloads the stomach t but failure to assist nature in regularly dis posing of the partially digested lumps of food that are dumped into and allowed to rot there is what causes all the CASCARETS will help nature help you and will keep the from with poisons will clean out the sores that tell of the sys terns rottenness Bloated by bile the becomes unshapely the breath foul eyes and skin yellow in fact the whole body kindof fills up with filth Every time you neglect to help nature you lay foundation just such troubles CASCARETS will carry the poisons out of the system and will regulate you naturally and easily and without gripe pain Start tonightone tablet keep up for a Week and help liver clean up the bowels and you will feel right your blood will be rich face look clean eyes bright Get a JOc box of CASCARETS take directed If you are not curedor satisfied you get back Bile bloat quickly and permanently CURED BY r Ml CANDY CATHARTIC To any ands mortal suffering frombowelroublu and too to buy CASCARETS we will send a box free Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York advertisement and paper AddressI 9 O IEF3E- gEXCURSIONS Ask gg These are the days on which you canIbuy very cheap excursion tickets NEBRASKA and other points in the West including Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Leadville and Glen wood Springs Colo Deadwood and Hot Springs So Dak Ask your nearestI ticket agent about them or send to me for folder of particulars P S EUSTIS General Passenger C B QR h CHICAGO ILL Co and look for a New Homo in Nebraska a prosperous country a form can be bought for one years rent an eastern farm TEETHiNA dissatisfiedalways Virginia Cheroots Gmfurtf Iwilhollt ant used br Or Charles J NoHett a ot Jcfforeon Mrtllril Cflicgc Jhiladolphla graduateI extensive and sucu sand treatment o child 3I gta In overcoming too tioiblej in Idcnt to teethIng and tho hot summers TRBTIIMA Teething Powders count iruct tH deetat lilt feather nod keeps the digestive orirans III a heallhycomlttioii and has saved tho llvos of UinunanJc ot children tn the doc give It oDd It la crIminaltots untie state where prayb and rlN hers AIrCoibonly ctnU tDtussUUpr trails to C J MOFFE7T M DSt Louis to Texas via Memphis and is the ladies lounging room in This large room is furnished a and easy chairs and is from of car Ladies can draw to it at and rest 13 UBEAUME Louts the bowels trouble system filling figure the for or it the as your money is poor Agent of way all 25 IDRUGGISTS mentioning where CHICAGOIO OMAHA I DoubleDaily Service ewllneY1aRocktorll 1od eanlCoun elllllulti Buffet ilbraryemoking ears sleepingcars free reclining chair cars the tmdrrslcucd fora tree ropyot Pictures and Note EnRoute Illustrat tax nevr lino us icen Iron Ibo car window Tickets ot IIlcnli nf C It Jt unit connection linerILUANSON 0 A Chicago READEHS OF THIS PAPEK IH lltlSO TO BUY ANYTHISO ADVKHT1SKU IN ITS COLUMNS tiHOnll INSIST UPON HAVINU WHAT T1IKV ASK FOIL HKKUS1NO ALL SUBSTITUTES OH IMITATIONS ailIllnnllim HASIPIKS llT TUB FAY MAMIIA JtOOriSO CO Camden Jf J e CUR Edits WHtHt Ml ItSt f l Rstt Consh Syrup Tuuaaood CM In time Sold br UTunlitt e UWPTION A H K R 1831W1IKX WJIITIXO TO AUVEKTIBCB- 9pleur ttaln Ibiit you tuvl Ila4 rUa moat In lisle payer F Lf irOur Manager visited the County Sent last week Ho says Richmpjnj is much more of a city than I expect ed to see- The post office building was n sur prize to bo found in a city of probably 0600 Tho newspaper offices seem to ho busy A common complaint was It is hard to collect Editors Millet Stoup tend Adams wore cordial nry and the foreman of tho Register wa in a Piulde- Ho noticed tint some of tilt Cit and County boarders were docorntei with quite n weighty watch chime when they were convoyed to the work in n carriage- Another surprise was the hugo stock and storo of Covington rim Mitchell Tho prices quoted on clothing etc wore as low as prices for satin grade quoted in Clmttnnoogn Louisville Nashville or Atlanta two weeks ago Tho lulu fled shoo stock at Douglai Bros is complete and well selectee anti the prices satisfactory Tho gentlemen have purchased fine line for autumn and winter A visit to tho dental jwirlors of Drs Smith Dr Hobson and Dr Morgat revealed the fact that nu immonsi advance and improvement iu tooth treatment had been evolved since Uri old days of tho wax thread to an anvil and tho omnipotent turnkey Lack of space at this time forbid mention of many other pleasing expe riences anti acquaintances formed Ordinance No keeper or owner of any horse hog or goat kind shall suffer or per mit tho sumo to be at largo on tit public streets or alloys of Berea am any such owner or keeper of such boast who shall suffer or permit sami to run at large as aforesaid shall lx fined not less than two nor moro that ten dollars for ouch offense Each day that said animals are allowed toI run at large after the owner or hooper is notified shall constitute a sopa ate offense Tho following provisions are made for executing this law Viz It shall bo the duty of tho Marshal to report immediately to tho Police Judge the owner or keeper if known of any horse hog or goat kind found running at largo within the corporate limits of the town stud tlie Judge suchIor keeper of such tiainmls is not known it shwjl be thu duty of the Marshal to take poseeseiou of same and impound them in souls place provided by the town He shall im mediately report this action to the judge who shall enter a warn 1polico upon hrccml discrihiug and warning the owner or keeper thereof by legal public no tice to appear within thirty days from date of the order If within thirty days the owner or keeper of such ani orals shall appear mud claim thorn the judge shall order thorn delivered him and proceed against him at once for violation of above law in which case the costs of impounding feed dug advertising and notifying the parties shall be recorded as part ol the costs in proceeding against the said owner or keeper If within the thirty days no one shall claim said animals the judge may order it to be sold and pament of costs rondo from proceeds of sale Five days uotice shall be given of the time and place of said sale by posting notices it three or more public places in the town In the event that tiny anima shall into sold under this article for more than enough to pay tho costs ol the proceedings against same tit excess shall be deposited for the hen efit of tho owner who at any time within ono year may demand that it be paid over to him If no ono ap pear and demand said money within a ono year it shall be adjuged to hi forfieted to the town The Marsha is to have 25 cents for taking up ant impounding any of aforsaid animals 4and10 cents for each additional ani taken up at tho slime tints Ht shall have 10 cents per day for keep dug hogs and goats 25 cents per daJ for keeping horses and 50 cents fo advertising and selling said animah also 50 cents for notifying tho parties I S E WELCH Jr Charmer E L Robinson Clerk 1WhitesCream and willremno every worm It is also n tonic an i by its strengthening properties evil restore to pals cheeks the ros hue e health Price 25 cts S Welch JJ WANTKIlACTIVK MAN OF GOOD CIIAI ctcr to deliver mil collect in Kentucky for ol tttabllihetl manufacturing wholesale house M a year pure pay Honcnty more than experlenc required Our reference any bank In any ell Undone telfadilreKe l tamped envelope menu lacturen Third Floor 331 Dearborn St Goit1tGSpO11ClCI Cc Correspondents will conform furor by putting their niiiiioi to nil communication Attuntiou Young Mon Rant chnuco to earn money for schooliiij by working on the now Borea pike Apply nt once to Tutor Teeters Rockcastle County Dispiittiiita Shower ofrnir lion yesterday Fanners are oil saving odder and cutting corn Tamos Richmond caught n largo groundhog this week Miss Ella Lake has the best school in the neighborhood- Mr It W Shearer raised nu oar ol corn measuring thirteen inches in length Tlioro will bo an Association hold nt the United Baptist Church on Cloor Crook the second week iu Oct Several of the boys wont to the meeting which was held at tho Glade Church by the colored people on last Saturday Ytig- htGarrard County 3Iaiisu Mr Oatly Burk is out again after an attack of typhoid furor Undo Edmond Miller col age 78 died at his home on tho 17th inst Miss Jaw K Lusk is making n marked success teaching tho public school at MJuiso- Messrs Wright and W C Kelly went on tho 19th iust to Somerset to attend tho Conference Miss Laura Kelly was tho guest ol her cousins Misses Bessie nud Mary Kelly Sunday tho IGth Mr Will arid Miss Mary Conn loft on tho 18th for Ill whero they exiwcl to make their futuro homo Mr and Mrs J T Thompson loft on tine ISth for Somerset Ky to at toad thu Annual Conference of the M E Church On tho 15th inst at tho sale of the late A J Bishops property corn in tho Held brought Sljti per bbl and ono yearling undo brought S7U Owsley County Gabbunl A good crop of pota toes tine year Circuit court at Boouovillo this week Jas Grubb inn hiss somo turkeys for sIde linden Hoyuolds of Cow croak was hero Sunday W N Duff wont to Porry county Sunday on business J L Gubbard went to Cow crook rhuradny on business Foddering is nearly over and mo laws making will begin Mrs Lulu Gabbanl visited role tivos ou Island creek Saturday and SundayThis county gore Taylor S96 ma jority and it will give Yorkes at least 300 this November Isaac and Charloy Boman and Bob Ruder of Jackson county and Edward Ponder of Laurel county were here last week thrashing wheat Winter is coming and every home should have the CITIZEN Now is the time Give your corespondent at this place Half Dollar anti receive tho paper ono year Hon Vincent Doming of London Laurelcounty spoko nt Booneville Monday Mr Boreing is n candidate for Congress on tho Republican ticket and will be elected John C Eversolo fomorly of Boonovillo but now of North Caroli na spoke at Grassy Branch school house Friday at 1 oclock in behalf of tho Republican party Jackson County Evergreen Abrams Bros mire doing a nice business cutting shingles Green Luke is on tho sick list r J Lake has boon on the sick list for several days Turners are very busy making sorghum and saving their fodder Crops are looking well in tins see lion corn and potatoes especially Miss Minnie Luke was at home to- her parents Mr and Mrs1 1V Luke last week hilt has returned to her school in Madison county Green Hall Mr James Flan cry attended church at Oak Grove Sunday Mr John Madden whoso sicklies we spoke of last week is dead Died 18 of flux Miss Eml Scott agedS years Sho was sici only u week Miss Cora Mudmau onlortniiiix quite II number of her lady friondi lust Saturday Miss Bon Minter who is staying with her sister Mrs W L Flanory was nt homo last week on u visit Korby Knob Rev Juts Luns ford preached at time Oak Grove Church Sunday D M Click was in Borea Sunday Jnckson county will give Yerkuf 1100 majority this full Frank Jones returned from Win cheater utter a two weeks visit Rev J T How Sec of Stale Mis about addressed the Association Wild need ay- There was a largo crowd preeeul at the Landmark Association held this place Quite a number of boys dial girls ol this place are preparing to etitoi Borea College r The first and second months nv orage of tire Korby Knob school is N aiKl fl there being tit scholars in tin district SundnyHchool is progressing nice v at this place about f0 russet lust Sunday I hope that the time will como when every child in Kentucky may hero time opportunity of attend ing one Clover Itottnm J L William is down with consumption A much needed shower came Welt uosduy night Most all the farmers are cutting corn und pulling fodder R M Bradslmw County Supt of schools is tit thus vicinity Frank Morris is doing some our llrockmnnI of Drip passel through here on his way to wco Rev James Ltmnford of Wallace ton preached at Grove last Saturday and Sunday S R Baker It W Dougherty and C II Click of this vicinity will attend school at Bereft this full The school nt Kerby Knob W Cope teacher is doing good work There is a large attendance Rev W J Ker by Knob tho secondSntuniay awl Sunday iu each mouth Crops of corn nod Irish potatoes ire good this year sweet potntoas sutures poaches plentiful but applet jearee Tho second session of the Land mark Association wits hullat the Ker by Knob church Wednesday and Ihursday Sept 19 and 20 Among those present were Dr Bow of Louis vine State Secretary of Missions Prof R L Brandenburg of Boone villa Revs W1 and J G Pnrsous of Beren Mrs Graham of Now York rend Miss Josephine Robinson of Bo roe College Also Prof J W Dins moro id Rev Palmer of Berea College Literary Societies IMil Delta The opening of tie Society Phi Delta was largely at tended aud much enthusiasm was shown Tho Hall being newly calcimined in blue and brown colors adds much to its appearance This and the large addition of now members point to n successful years work The following officers wore elected Pres J M Racer Vicepros M K Pasco Jr Cor Battle Rae Sec R A Embreo Troas 11 Klima Sergt atarms E R Embreo Member of Lit Board J C Clmpin Alpha Zeta Alpha Zota Literary Soeiety began the term withal enthusiastic meeting There was a good attend anco and tho following olliccrs were elected tres1 E Ewers Vice pres A E SufTorii Bee Sec Alson fink er Asst Hoc Sec R 11 Fields Cor Sec W H Humphrey Trees P O Dorthick Sergt utarms S G Frost Chorister B T n1thnCritic P F Shrock Board F11 Ewers W B Beatty and G W Pow A BOON TO MANKIN- DDRTABLERS BUCKEYEPILE UI LG CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN- e CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTia 60 cci TS Ayrs F cALLARD Sole Proprietor 310 f il Maim m ST LOUIS MH THE HOME LMItecl pro tern hp tho Manager Tho Home is a Goilgiveu organ zation On thin purity null hnrnion of tho homo rests tho welfare of tit nation This statement is not inndi too strong Lacking purity there can ho nt true harmony wanting those the fouu dations of homo or state are unsafe Upon the mother as upon no out else depends tine diameter of the home In order to have true mothers then must be good daughters It is said there is no rule without exception I do not believe this Hero is u rule I believe to bo postivoly without ex caption Good daughters make good wives mad iu consequence good moth ers if blessed with children Tutu lueution of course cornea Wlmt constitutes u good daughter First of all Obedience to xirBiitnl authority Honor thy father and thimother Bible Secondly Truthfulness the glr1 duo strengthening thin loius of char acter Third Industry 111 110 soul shajl suffer hungerlrwerb- Sad hunger beoausu of idleuoss will debase character Itthtu try develops the faculties and strengthens the uhtmiuter Lastly Pure Heligion Tht Master says Seek yo first tho King dom of God Thank God there is no life so hum ble ninth circumscribed but nIl those itInot Is monopoliz prudent of the earth tine Further hits revealed them to the simple or single in heart Let faith in God through our Lord Jesus Christ be the foundation stem build with Obedwnce Tnith Indust ry Religion and thu life thus formed will bices its generation Time very host uharauier huiiMuly apwikiutf is imperfcut Let not this dteoourngo you Train lug will hiding us nearer iwrfwtlou duc4ition is n need A good losing to this ireter will Ja brief excerpt of looturw delivered at the Chapel in lierw Monday Sept 17 by 1rof Nellie S Kedito of OH Bnulluy institute Peoritij Ill entitled An IMuoaled Girl The value of any lifu today Is measured by lie ability to mot tlM demoudB made 111011 it The world Las toned that whicn tioti tits men and woolen for lifes du ties Education must not mean simply the tnt lllllg of the broils hilt also n hosting out and trnining of nil the powers Wo train eon for tho special work they oxpect to do in the world Nearly nil women whether they marry or not will need tho ability tc to carry on tho duties of n homo The well educated girl inns not 0113 trained brains but trained hands af well mid has tins heart to will the brain to plan and time hand to exe cute Tho ability to sow to crook to plan for a household means as much af ability to rend anti write Time nation depends on tho homey for strength As tho women of tho loud hold much of the power beunuso of the homes they make BO tho welfare of time ration will depend on thn edu cated girl- Tullors Buckeye Pilo Ointment rev lieves the intense itching It soothes heals and cures chronic cases where surgeons fail It is no experiment its sales increase through its curie Every bottle guaranteed Price f cts iu bottles tubes 75 ets S E Welch Jr THE SCHOOL KJitcil by J W Dliumore roan ol the Nor teat Priurtmcnt llvrra College Which 1ath Will You Take Thoro are two paths open to every lonelier limo first is the path of ltrexManco It is easy to travel lhnI touchier who uses it guts along wit III what is furnished and dooe not tine school board for additional munt Thu books may bo old am out of date hut it is less trouble to- go ou using them titan to boelage tin authorities for now anal hotter ants and run till risk of being milled ox Irnvagant There tire many little devices tint teacher and pupils could provide tlm would make school life more interest ing and profitable hut they Ho riot iu tine loath of least retistanc Pupils are not asking for them Ninnta jwr haj 8 know nothing almutsnoh things and tint school IxMird te too busy to give tim attention TIll tenchut fluids alien time get along without them and does so Theru U uu abundance good lit erature of various kinds that would be of inestimable value to the teacher both in lien preeetit work and in broad oiling and enriching her life nut to gut It requires money stud sacrifice and to read it tukos time mural ettort Tho lonelier who travels tine jxith ol lenit ruaistnncu gow without it nnd no one disturbs her MIVU her own con Kcioiico If tho teacher mould or would jwu nacre every lusson before altuinpting tu tmiuh it hor work would count for more infinitely more but oh the IrtHlgery of it Inn miiwlwt err lured thu lead aches tho miud in wunry tin spirit lugs It is easier to rest the weary hone and lot tho mor row take wire of itself and there none to himler so be it Tliim nuts tier loath of least rests tams nIl teacher who follows it w always looking for iinother nchool not froui choice but from uevuiwity and usually flwla llOOntr one Sims dfelikeM ttMchiug grows wHir nail sulky and ends by dropping into the clan of tie jrrrat unknown TIM other fa the path nftlu yrrat ed effort Init time teacher in ever on the alert for impmvenifut If the whuol room ill uncomfortable does what he can to better it If things are unsightly a touch lucre and there adds mud to the appear sees The best books the inmost iui prored metbotia all neoewwry Rill rains tie world of literature all lie in the path of greatest short Time wbool U a work hop hninming with life thus teacher id the waster work man ever busy but happy the pupils Art eager to learn amid thin whole neighborhood to qiitekeued The teacher is receiving fifty dollars a uiuuth niKl earning a hundred nay his value rotinot bo tiMmaured in dol lars and cents You go beck tiN next year end lo ho ill not there Ile bas Isien oollt to II larger flll with a highr swlnry Kverylxxh welted him to reniHin and the hoanl- olfunJd to increase his salary limit lit felt tho need of n larger sphere mind greater resixmsibilitios of greatest effort lends to places of highest honor and usefulness Teacher iu which of tho above paths are you traveling Oiilil FuN l iiget also I Tie Toledo Blade oriThe Louisville Commercial For SOc a Year yearI i J i Como at Once All subscriptions nest como through Tin CITIZEN j rtlltld THE FARM tiy S 0 JlATON rrofnifor llIurll culiurt Herat College food Itomtds We AmericaiiH pridu ourselvesrgreatly on our superiority over foreign countries and ou many points wo inure good reason to but this should not make us shut our eyes to time fact that we have many a lesson to learn from the Old World stir road making is ono of time most important of those Taking Goiumny for instance throughout the Euiplni excellent pike roads extend in every direction tend great tare mad skill are nits in their locution omit in securing an msy gratltent Many of these flue roads halo an inelinntioii of only two or three per rent and it is only iu tho most dilli cult mountain country that they resort to a grade of five or six per coot Ploy reoogiiize thin prinuiplo that a tetiui pain hotter nitrous to go around half n stile or more on nn easy grads than to pull u load over n heavy one HO their roads wind in mid out the hillor aig sag hack and fort along tfie fats of u mOIl liUJin evury turn enrried n little higher anti yet with aurh tune that a single heavy team will walk niinhly along with n load that no teamster wouM atteinitt with four liortieti on any road in Maul son county omen tins best pikiw Our teaniHtur would fiiinpl come sooner or later to n hillso steep that his four I ones could snot Hut n Bor innn load over it though there night lx only sun inch hill on than trip that lull would soul thin qui tkxi of huw inuuh of a load hcOllhl put ou Wo burp fninillnr examples in get ting 15 rt H Tnke im one thin Narrow Gnp Pike this nn it htnnds is nu iiniiuiiho iniprovomeiit over nn nCn1glOtIIltrJ lilt raid yet n few short culls natal tills would help it very greatly nnd would lave only time Narrow hill usual tine Bereci hill to IHI Gallof Coming In pant too Narrow Gnp Chinch HOURO wo have nn sissy road for half a mile ned then OOIIHI to the heavy incline of Narrow Gap Hill where we nstsluiboimt double the team that ia railed for on other wrtH of the mad for wt make n roof alMMit tOO feet on ponuHJiiiig like a nine jH r 04 ut grade Conk this have been avoided t Hondily though at ponniderahlf adtlittuealex haduIrottiflUII 11111Ie s Ute vas e of the intmntaiu site the hollow aUivt the Hayuiond house tiro toll of Narrow Jump ct ukl have IKMII reached on a three ercut grail It would have bleu a quarter of It milo farther to Iw stirs and double tic cost What then How innny louts ou nn age cotnii over that hill I still averMeel tie assertion that durtug tho three years that 1 have lived in IJerva enongn extra team energy hue beam piM iKle J on lust hill to tars built every yard of the improTod pike But this Mil ix it stands w iniirh ratter than Dig Hill tlint pothniwe ought not to complain but how can oCIolifrH18hou11ing ns heavy hexes on to IallllIthe Fourth of July and Christmas combiiH Hiiiidre ls of loudOC nllclIusages nt that The rock tonal nil thu prollt Tons of store goods go out over it the patinnl nuimnls literally lifting their lends over titanic rocks n foot nt a time amid time cost of it nil is added to the price of tho goods A lint class pike rond from McKee to Borea with somo short side branch IN1 for feeders would the peoplo of that region better dividends thnu may batik tack know of It would for itself in of line tim IfillY nlono besides adding to tho vnluo of over ncru of luau along its route for nil generations uou runty bridle tho appetite but you can nut bribe the liver to do its work well You must ho honest with it help it along n little now nnd then with n dose of Horhino time best liver regulator Trice HO cts S E1Vchci1Jr A01an4Nt YOItEEEEA OT LEElOUNnyu Over 20 teachers 700 students from 20 states test Library In Kentucky No Saloons DEPARTMENTS For those NOT Hiifllclently advanced to get a teachers ccrtlllcato I Trade Schools Carpentry Housework Printing two yours IL Model Schools preparing for Normal mach tho courses ti For those Hiiindently advanced to get a teachers certificate III Funning and Agriculture gardening stockraising forestry otcltwo years IV Domestic Science Sowing Cooking etctwo years V Normal Course for teachers threo years with prnclico teachingsVI Academy Course four years fitting for College for business and for life For those more advanced VII College Courses Classical Philosophical and Literary Adjunct Deparlruents VIII MusicReed Orvsa Choral free Vocal Pinto TIroory IX Berea General Hospital Two ourao in tho caro of tho sick Baron places the best education in reach of all t a moneymaking institution Its instruction Is a free gift It aims to help those who value education alhelp themselves mid charges n small incidontal foe to moot expenses of the school apart front instruction fit its must also pay for their board Expenses for term 12 weeks may bo brought within 21 about half of VhlJUt be Tho school is by Baptists Coiigregationalista Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations Jor iiiformation or jrltllllll advise addrrm the Wcclretldent GEO T FAIICCHILD Ll D Beren Madison Cox I r