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Still nn opportunity for several earn est young men nmi young women to earn a good part of thofr expense Cotno at otuu Circulation 1000 An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 50 c a I VOL BEItEA COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 4 1900 N0 THE CITIZENR- ev JOIN DODWELL Manager With Htrong start ur Killlun and Cot- regnmdenU ttifrrnf at the lutqffla at lima Ay as iwml tbitt du matter IDEAS Got is Love Hiblu Tho best only Is good enough If you are lit to live you art ready to din Decision In tho soul of dispatch Bacon Wlmtoror niikos anon good Christ ian makes thom good citizens Webster FOREIGN Vhou intruiting tho talk to tho now premier liis Mijoatjr said as affairs in China wore entering upon n diplomatic stage tho prosonco of Marquis Ito at tho head of the gov uruinuut was necwtary Tien Tnin Sept 23 via Shanghai Sept 30 Ordero from Washington directing tho withdrawal the hulk of tho American troops woro received this afternoon and preparations to comply were begun immediately General Chaffeo horo directing tho mo mont which will commouco at tho earliest possible moiuuut Paris Oct 1Capt DrorftiH up on being Intorriowwl today Gun ova begs the Paris bruoau to send nu unqualified decal of tho story that ho leas accepted nu engagement to reorganize tilt Tagnl forco now in nrniH ngnitiNt the Unite l Status- NATIONAL According Hullotin No 3 of tho late Census tho innliM of voting ago in 1orti Rico uumliorrd 201071 Classified by birth and race they were ns follows Whites horn in Porto Rico 1202 White horn in Spain fiGC2 Whlt n born in other countries 2101 Colored 71010 Of tho whites of lorto Rican birth SbJXyj were litornte that In could roml or read and writo both forming 2111 pur coat of nil thin class Of tho colon 12575 or 172 por cent of the colored woro literate Under an educational qualification tho numlwr in the inland cntitlod to etc would lw 17917 or about ono fourth of the widen of voting age KENTUCKY R C 0 Benjamin Col editor of tho Lexington Standard and attor toy for Tallow Dick Combs was shot anti killed Wednesday morn ingMonday night Library Hull in Louisville tho Congressional can paign of lion II S Irwin was opened The elected lieutenant governor pro side lion J W Yerkes mot with an en thufliafltic reception at Mt Vernon last Saturday Largo delegations on horseback worn in attendance from Bliio Springs Jackson and Pulnski Over 1000 nnlont admirers met him the depot Tho Court house was too small for tho crowd nnd tho moot ing Wrtshold tho yard Cnpt Jas T Adams n former democrat nt thi mooting Tuesday tho prosecution nuuouuc ed themselves ready for trial in tho case of Henry Youtsey charged with complicity in tho Goobol murder Siipt H M Giinii of Mt Sterling nppointeil Secretary pro tern of tho Rending Circle Board of tho State Educational Association and will carry on tho work of Supt War Held who hits taken a school in Cincinnati Madison County Ux 1ostmnstor J B Willis of Richmond met with nu accident ro suiting painful injuries Isis foot slipped whilo attempting to alight from u wagon his homo Tho LndioH of tho Methodist Church at Richmond served n court day dinner and netted 85 The Democratic Primary dato is permanently fixed for Oct 22 1000 Mr Jnko Bronston ono of tho old est null best known citizens of Mndi i u THE CITIZENnn YearI SImda1last Locals and Personals A T Fish returned rom Nebraska MondayMrs Frank Coylo Is visiting her parents Wildie M B Rnmsoy is delivering coal from Bear Knob Rev 1cmiimau had n good service nt Narrow Gnp Sunday B0 Millor of Brush Creek was hero recently on business Mr and Mrs Nuto Anderson of Lancaster were here visiting relatives last week Pros Frost will preach at Blue Lick Schoolhouse Sunday afternoon at 3 pmMr nnd Mrs E P Fairchild and daughter aro going east for tho winterTho latest report have of ProC Dodgo is improving but still in a critical condition lIon W B Smith and Charley Tudor of Richmond wero horo Sat urday attending police court Rev J Dodwoll preaches at the Chapel Sunday morning Holy Communion at close of the service Tho most stubborn cases of Bronchitis succomb to Coussous Honey of Tar Price fiO chi S E Telcb Jr Dr Fairchild is unable to be at his work because of sickness Dr Cor uealius reports Dr Fairchild iuiprov ingDr C W Gould will return to tho medical school at Chicago this full where ho expects to graduate next spring Rev C II Pnlmcr preached good practical sermon on character building Sunday right at tho Baptist church nohIIIIory cordial Pros Frost preached to n good and attentive congregation at Parks school house Sunday afternoon tuk iug for his thenio Good Resolutions the proper otlicur of the law had boon ou till qui vivo on Saturday it is nlinost curtnm ho would have located bomo near tho cemetery Chits J Burger n Bureu student last year working for Dr A D Murphy 151 Gurliold Place Clucin iiatl and expects to return to Bureu Miss Ida Azbell hmves this week fur Richmond where she will runuiiu several weeks before entering tho millinery department of Baud k Son of Louisville Dizziness loss of appetite flatulen oy and and nausea are nil connected with dtlpepsia or indigestion Herbino will hive prompt relief Price BO cts S E Welch Jr Prof Jones arrived Tuesday to be gin his work in the College His place has been filled by other teach ers while ho was detained nt tho butt side of his sick mother Whites Cream of Vormafug s n highly valuble preparation capable from the promptitude of its action tearing tho Hytttem u few hours of every worm Price 25 eta S B Welch Jr Col T B Demnree a gifted speaker of our state will visit Berea at BU early date mud deliver a lecture on Tomperenco lIe promises to give uu interesting time Admission will 10 freeProf Penuimnu whilo lecturing iu tho Chapel Tuesday evening was seized with faintness nnd would have fallen but for tho timely assistance of Pies Frost and Prof Teeters Father Fee is recovering as rapidly as fould bo froth tho serious fractured hip received from n fall whilo at Camp Nelson last week Ho bears his ulllictiou patiently anti cheerfullyRev R Noel of Stanford paid tho CITIZEN n call Monday morning He is holding special services at Sil ver Creek Church and reports tho opening of tho services ns wull attend ed and encouraging Q Prof L V Dodgo is at tho hospital suffering from pneumonia The Professor hits been teaching in Borea for tho past twenty six years and up to the present time has been absent from his post but four days because ot sickness A remarkable record profitable to fertilize land with cowpens mind inauurut Following was obtained on tho Berea College Farm on li acres of lund put In potatoes Cost of seed cultivation and digging S235r Potatoes sold 702 Net profit 4074 Judge for yourself The Prohibition Club held its stated meeting Saturday night A good program was offered Two most excellent speeches were made and tho Hingieg was goodand enthus iastic Tho Club is anxious to se cure now members of young men mud young women Membership does not obligate anyone to vote for the Prohibition party The next meet ing will bo Saturday evening Oct 0 Everybody invited Mrs A J Logston has received a letter dated Aug 13th from her son Chris Logston of Co E 37th U S V I now on service in the Philippines Re writes from Facto and saysuTbo excitement here is somewhat abated just a few days ago a detail from this post was escorting a wagon train of provisions to Soniloan tho next post a distance of about eight miles when the insurgents fired on us wounding three of our men The campaigning of our regiment is nearly over We expect to leave for Manila between time Island Ifith of Sept where we will stay until wo embnrk for tho U S probably some timo in November Wo hope to ho in San Francisco for our Christmas dinner Wo dont know just when we will ba mustered out but oh let it bo soon IIWorth Raising delivered in the Chapel Tuesday night by Rev Henry M Pennimnn It often happens that important truth is trapped in homely phrase Emerson caught from n farmers lip Hitch your wagon to n star as a fit expression for lofty ambition A Vermont farmer once asked n teach er if his nephew was worth raising lie must bare receiveda favorable answer for ho sent him a flit pair of oxen to help draw him over tho steep hills of learning Is not every boy and girlworth raising The answer depends uponj the standard of value by which boys and girls are measured Children have been valued as cattle for sale us mules for work as food for powder Under such some infants have been destroyed ns not worth raising- Christianity has valued man as a being of mental and moral coustitu tion and as of undeveloped but meas ured possibilities This standard has altered govern meats and the administration of gov ernments The idiot the deaf and dumb the deformed and sickly now have costly institutions to raise them True rais ing means that GodH emancipation proclamation for tho mind shall hold sway in tho earth That proclamation isl found in rockand tree in fishand fowl in quadruped and man It is that tho lower exists for the higher Allmllterialand physical must pay tribute to mind and mind must work for mornlends Such working is mental freedom growing out of moral freedom the only real freedom iu tho universe Au ambition to possess less than this real freedom is au ambition to bo la dwarf Our School Trustees Next Saturday a school trustee will be elected in mummy districts It is worth while to consider the important duties of school trustees and the kind of men whom we ought to elect The state of Kentucky intends to give some education to every child This is the best thing it can possibly do for tho good of the children and for time good of tho community It is better than if the state should give them bread or clothing But everything depends upon hay ing tho money wisely used which is sent to tho districts This money is placed in the hands of time school trus tees who manage time affairs of the district nnd select the teacher A trustee is a tuna who handles money which does not belong to him for the public good lie is an officer of trust He is not paid for his services but it is nu honor to perform them well The school trustee ought to be a mOil who has a real Interest in the children and young people of time dis trict and a man who can be trusted to select the very best teacher he can get Very often teachers are selected through favoritism and sometimes through bribery People have been too careless iu this matter Every ono ought to remember that for n trustee to appoint a teacher because thnt teacher is a relative or friend of Lie or because that teacher has prom ised to give him money or perform some other service for his benefit is a sin and a crime The trustee is elect ed to select tho best teacher that can possibly be found And n school trustee should bo a man who knows something about run ning a school and who will see to it that tho school house is kept in good repair and furnished with necessary things A school trustee Ins a chance to do n great deal good which will benefit every family iu tho district And fathers should remember that if they select a man who they have reason to think will sell the district to n poor teacher or a man who is likely to reglect his duties as trustee in any way they will be responsible in part for his bad conduct Tho CITIZEN has two things to say tho people ought to elect the very best men that can be found in each district any man who is elected to this important ounce ought to accept it and giro to it his very best services ijis issssssssssssssssss ss A Rare Opportunity for Readers I Do you want a lot of the very best Magazine p d Literature at about HALF PRICE r WWo will give you a Years Subscription to any of tho Combinations CITIEXjPft Success Current Literature McClures Home Magazine S35o 350SuccessSuccess Current Literature Cosmopolitan Home Magazine 3258 f Success Current Literature Pearsons Hone Magazine 325 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tgiving mighty values that we are going to make many new and theVJPW di itfh1 Mens and Boys Clotting Fnrnisliins Hats and Shoes b Is better stronger and More Original than ever before Of W course the early buyers will get the cream of selection and those i A who grasp the opportunity now will show their good judgement tijw Covington Mitchell Richmond Ky qJlwzs2f5E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Office in Hanson Bid 9-2MO STATIONERY Just Received A Fine New Stock of Plain and Fancy Stationery Latest Styles and Shapes Tablets Pads Pencils and all School Supplies always in Stock College Book Store Room 3 Lincoln Hall Perry F Shrock Proprietor June 29 1Ml FINE FARM 1 For Sale Attit PUBLIC AUCTION On Saturday Oct SO 1900 Iwill offer for sale on the premitea to the highest bidder the Fine Farm belonging to 01 Green situat ed two S miles south of Be rea Ky and adjoining State Lick Springs The farm contains one hundred and seven 107 acres fifteen acres aro in cultivation A fine young orchard of apple plum and peach trees has been planted and is in good con ditiou There is a good four 4 room house with barn smoke house and necessary outhouses also a never failing well of good water on tho place The fences are in good con dition Terms One half cash the balance in twelve 1S mouths with interest at O per cent per anuuin WM PRUITT Auctioneer 10300 C Ft HANSONS LIVERY DENT 1L SURGERY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith JJuildtHff Main fit reel Richmond Ay Telephone llmlilf ucr Jfo OS unletlo 00 J C MORGAN SurgeryOffice Ko3 P M National Bank Building KylDO C7 YOU SEE CLEAR IF NOT YOU MAY T A ROBINSON 1 Jeweler and Optician Main Street Berea Ky flYCSFREEwill fityou with spectacles that will enable you to see clearly Robinson sells Fine Jowehy Novelties Robinson sets your time correct Take your cripjled clock or watch to him PUBLIC SALE oe OF LAND I will on the 6th day of October 1900 offer at thelancelandaituatedfrom KlrksTille Ky Saturday October 6th 1900 IceUoholdlivetier polea complete and One Stock Barn neighborhoodone of the best tobacco farms In Madlfon County netilrd y cash and balance tosnit the purchaser J J TURNER W P PRUITT Auctioneer I S FOR CASH 1 aving adopted The CASH System our prices nave been reduced to meet the demands of the CASH trade You can buy more goods for CASH than on credit 2y 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 BROTHERS 207 West Main Street RICHMOND KY MLL I THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY NEWSFAPin BEREA KKNTUCK 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 of crime or horror but the im ironWashington capital from our 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 earl week which should lighter their labors for the farme 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 importan matters and pass them around amongour readers The resources of Berea College are 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 in the College to take charge ofspecial departments in the paper hose who are visited by THE CITIZEN will know what is going on in the world Every week it will tell them somethingworth knowing TilE CITIZEN js pledged torn party It is every mans friend It stands for the things which benefit all temperance thrift kindness enterprise and education And we ask allwho believe in these things to subscribe for THE CITIZEN PROM THE FIELD OF BATTLE A complete set of Mafeklng siege postage stamps has been sold at a London auction for 160 and two seta of Mafeklng paper money for 110 The granite monument to be erect ed at Samoa by the olllcers of the American and British warships en gaged in the harbor during the recent trouble is a joint memorial to the sailors slain in the engagements One tablet will bear the names of the British time other of the American dead and both will be surmounted bj the flags Intertwined- Apropos of British reports that Boers tired on hospitals and bearing parties Surgeon Perry of the United States marine hospital service suggests that hospital tents be Indicated by more than the Red Cross flag which is indistinguishable unless there is sufficient wind to hold it out He believes that the tents should be of green canvas or of green and white and that noncombatants pre sumably hospital men and surgeons should wear red jackets The PomPom gun which has played such a prominent part in the South African war on the sIdes of both belligerents has not proved very great success with the British forces Owing to the rough nature of the country over which the guns were dragged and the pace at which the army traveled the guns were thrown out of gear Several experl ments were tried to overcome this difficulty but without success This In said to be the reason why the Boers carried their guns about in the am bulnnce wagons since as these latter were fitted with springs the guns were not thrown out of adjustment ALLY SLOPERS PHILOSOPHY How strange it is that when a build ing catches u light the fire burns up but the house burns down I have been trying to puzzle out how It can be to a mans credit that he never has credit Funny isnt it Nothing is more ridiculous than lor- a clever man to complain of anothers stupidity for if we were all clever there would not be anybody left to listen to our good stories There is n legend to the effect that the ant is industrious but the ant most frequently met with in towns that is to say the tru ant most cer tainly is not a type of industry There are two occasions when it is advisable for a man to hold his tongue one is when he does not know anything respecting the subject of conversation and the other Is when he doce and the rest of the company dontThe usual method of commencing an epitaph Is terribly inaccurate It generally begins Mere lies John Jones while u a matter of fact it ought to be Here lie Tom Smith and Will Brown respecting the late John Jonea and then could follow tfaosi virtues which he was suppojfei to be possessed of WAIT TILL HOME IS FAR AWAY ftrkip you do not cherish now The shadows of the trees That fall aslant the gravel walk Nor list the evening breeze That comes from out the shady wood Te put your mind to sleep Just watt till home la far away These memories youll keep The swallows nest beneath the caves You pay nor mind nor heed The creakyhinged old garden gate Is commonlike Indeed The mossy bucket In the well tTouTill home Is far away l Ah me the silver locks that lean Against the rocking chalr And hands awrlnk with grimy toll An knitting for you there Tou think you cherish them my boy Just wait until you stray Out in the world and find yourself From mother home away The corner where you set you down When busy toll Is ocr Tou think It Is the quietest And awfully a tare Some day your heart will turn against The busy life so gay And then youll wish your corner back In sweet home far away No matter where you roam my boy On sea or on the shore There la no welcome quite so dear A4 mothers opened door Rtiaember boy youll never miss Her face until you stray And find the longdrawn miles that stretch Tween you and home away H S Keller In Good Literature i 71V7lWrT THE STURGIS A r w fi ilj A DETECTIVE STORY Jiit Copjrrlghl br Fndtrlck Slot s Co 1i 1l CHAPTER XVIII TUB EXTENSION A few minutes later Sturgis apparently absorbed in the contempla tion of the paintings which hung In the hall heard the door of Munlock study open softly Although the reporter did not turn his head he at once became conscious that the client ists piercing eyes were fixed upoi Mm The observation lasted so long that Sturgis selfpossessed as was hi wont was beginning to feel a trille nervous when at last Dr Murdoc broke the silence I have to apologize for leaving 3ou standing in the hall Mr Sturgis 1 was under the impression that 1 bad Invited you to step into the parlor The words courteous in themselves conveyed to the hearer an Impression of biting sarcasm I found the parlor already occv pied I hesitated to disturb a tctet tete replied Sturgis quietly Murdock eyed him narrowly for a moment and then invited him Into the study The chemists study was a spacious room plainly but luxuriously fur Dished and containing every convert fence and comfort calculated to light en the labor of a busy man The table littered with books and papers stood near a small safe and almos directly opposite the hall door Bpcakingtubcs and electric call but tons were within reach of the occu pant of the easy chair and probably placed him in communication with the various portions of the house hold while a telephone on one side and a typewriter on the other showei that the chemist kept in touch also with the outside world Murdocks interlocutor whoever hi tied been had disappeared But how The question interested Sturgis and his mind at once began to seek ai answer to it There were three doors leading from the study One of these was the one by which Murdock and Sturgis bad just entered from the hall No one could have passed out that way without meeting them Then there were the folding doors leading into the library but as the door leading from the library to the hall had remained slightly ajar Slur gls felt sure that he would have heart the man had he gone out by that wayThe third door led to a small ex tensionlie must have gone into the ex tension thought Sturgis The only alternative was an exit through the windows This in Itself would not leave presented any special difficulty for the distance to the Sagging below was hardly more than 12 or 13 feet But the yard which was of diminutive size on account of the space allotted to the garden on the street was inclosed by an un usually high fence protected by a row of sharp and closely set spikes These looked so formidable that the thought of anyone attempting to scale the fence instantly suggested visions of impaled wretches writhing- In oriental tortures The only pOSe liblc exit from the yard therefore coined to be through the basement that is to say past the kitchen and the servants department All these thoughts flashed through the reporters brain in a small frac Lion of the time which is required to record them They occurred to him unbidden while his conscious efforts were centered upon discovering how Chatham had managed to escape from the rear of the Manhattan Chemical ompanys building Title Sturgis recognized without much difficulty It was directly in tine with the house In which he now was and its yard did not differ from the neighboring ones the fences of vnlch could be scaled without much trouble Chatham evidently might have passed into any one of Ieveral buildings which lacked the protection of the formidable spikes that so effectually guarded the approach to lurdonks house from the rear One point however was puzzling Vhy should Chatham take the trou ble and the risk of scaling fences In broad daylight only to return a few hours later by the street door under the very noses of the detectives from whom he had presumably wished to escape There seemed to be no plausible answer to this question But Sturgis was not given much time in which to consider it for Mui dock who had waited for him to broach the subject of his intcrvicv now coldly remarked Perhaps Mr Sturgis you will be good enough to inform me to what 1 owe the honor of this visit Sturgis took as a pretext the 8rat subject which came into his mind Doctor said he have been told that you were engaged in a series of brilliant chemical researches the you hall proved or were on the poln of proving that several at least of the socalled elementary metals nr compounds thus ushering in th8 realization of the dream of the al chemiststhe transmutation of met als You have not come here to interview me on the subject of my chemical researches laughed Murdock Why notl- Because I gave you credit for pOll sesslng the scientific spirit A mar upends years in making a series of exhaustive experiments and refrains from advancing nay theory until he line built up an elaborate monument cold facts and you ask him to make a premature report to be spread broad cast in a sensational sheet with all the embellishments which an unbridled re portorial imagination can add to it No sir my report when it Is ready will be made through time proper chan ncls I am surprised that one wit passes for a man of science should bc willing to make such a request If Murdock intended to gall the reo porter he succeeded for modest hi was Sturgis prided himself above all things upon the scientific value of his work in all its aspects lie mauifestci no external sign of annoyance how ever as he answered with a smile I am not a man of science now but only a reporter In that case replied Murdoch let us talk of something else should In pleased to discuss my dicmicul re searches with Mr Sturgis the scientist but with Mr Sturgis the reporter I should prefer to talk about something In his lino of knowledge let me tee shall we say the Knickerbocker haul mystery for instance The reporters car detected the veni omous sarcasm to which he was accustomed from this strange man lie raised his eyes to those of the chem 1st and for the space of a few seconds the two men looked steadily into each others souls Then it sudden light flashed across Sturgis brain and he started percept lily At the same time he thought hi saw a shadow cross Murdocks impas live features but in this he might have been mistaken for when he looked again the chemist was regarding him with an air of mUd curiosity In anything the matter Mr Stur gls he asked Only n sudden thought carelessly replied Sturgis who to all appearances bad completely recovered from time mo mcntary shock produced by the sud denncss of the suspicion which hat crossed his mind Your mention of the Knickerbocker bank mystery re minded me of something that Is all Ever since Spragues dinner said Murdock have been devoting all my spare time to the rending of the Tem pest In the hope of finding there a sensational account with glaring head lines of the brilliant work of our die tinguished reporter Mr Sturgis Sturgis made no reply His eyes were fixed upon the typewriter which stood near Murdocks desk Up to the present time continued Murdock 1 have not seen anything to cause me to worry about my stakes Y have still 23 days in which to com plete my case said Sturgis True replied Murdock Well I wish you luck If I can render you any iiulitance in your Investigations I hope you will call upon me In the entice of science I would willingly jeopardize my stakes For instance if you need to consult any works of reference ny library is at your disposal I am told that at least on the subjects in which you are interested It la quite complete He observed the reporter narrowly as if to mark the effect of his words It is replied Sturgis after an al most imperceptible hesitation I have already admired It Indeed 1 said Murdock arching his brows in mild surprise Yes I stepped Into the library for a few minutes while 1 was waiting for you Ahl yes I see Murdock gave the reporter another enrolling look Then he leant back In his easy chair with halfclosed eyes mad silently puffed away at his cigar or a few minutes Hud Sturgis been able to read the sinister thoughts which were passing through the wind of this impassive nan aa he sat apparently in lazy ens oymcnt of his fragrant Havana it is probable that he might have lost some of the interest which he seemed sud cnly to have developed in the type writ cr But he was busy with his own rain of thought and therefore not paying any particular attention to Burdock Presently the cncmlst spoke again On second thoughts Mr Sturgis if ou will step into my laboratory I shall be pleased to show you those of the results of my recent researches which are ready for publication The reporter was surprised at this uddcn change of front and perhaps a rifle suspicious for he was beginning to weld together many hitherto iso lilted facts into u strong chain which was leading him from the Knickers locker bank and Chatham through the tanhattan Chemical company to the emotionless man in whose presence ha now stood Some important links were missing however and Sturgis could not afford to lose any chance of making the chain complete lie therefore accepted Murdocke in vitation in time hope of making some discovery which would throw positive IltUI11tlonVery well said MurJook wait for me just one minute while I open the ventilators of tht laboratory It be comes pretty close in there when the place has been shut up for some time So saying Murdock turned a crank which projected from the wall A grating sound WM heard as of the rasping of metal upon metal Then he returned to Ins desk where he busied himself for a few minutes under pretext of looking for some notes of his experiments When apparently he hall found what he was seeking he went toward the door of the exten sion Tills was of massive hard wood Before turning the knob the chemist stooped as though to examine the lower hinge Sturgis was not consciously following Murdocks movements Ills mind was bent upon ac complishing a certain object nod with that end in view he was gradually drawing nearer to the typewriter But so accustomed was he to receiving de tailed impressions of all that occurred before his eyes that the chemists ac tions unimportant nt they seemed at the time were unconsciously recorded upon the reporters brain Munlock opened the door of the ex tension and passed out of the room Sturgis watching his chance snatched tip a sheet of paper from the table inserted it In the typewriter and rattled off something as fast as ho could Looking up when ho bad finished he jaw that Munlock hall re turnedand was observing him with a sardonic grin More happy thoughts he ins quired Yes answered Sturgis calmly folding the paper and slipping It into the pocket of his coat Murdock chuckled to himself as if enjoying a quiet joke Well smld he If you will do me the honor we can step down into the laboratory Sturgis nodded nail went toward the door which Munlock held open As he passed this chemist the reporter SHOVED TUB nKPOUTEn INTO THE EXTENSION caught Ida eye and in a flash real there some sinister purpose which caused him to hesitate on his guard At that moment there came a knock upon the hall door Pshaw exclaimed Murdock here comes an interruption I suppose Please step downstairs I shall lie with you directly With these words he quietly but firmly shoved the reporter into the extension and with a rapid motion pushed forward the door Sturgis almost lost his balance but instinctively put out his foot bctweei the door and the jamb He felt a strong pressure from lima outside but he knew he was master of thc situation and patiently bided his time Presently the pressure tensed and hi was able to open the door Murdock wore an air of pained sur priseWhat Islt1 he inquired I have just remembered an Important engagement said Sturgls un ruffled i fear after all that I shall be unable to visit your laboratory at present I hope however that the pleasure is only postponed for a short timeI hope so replied Murdock calmly meeting his steady gaze All this had happened In the space of a few seconds Meanwhile the knocking at the door was renewed Come In1 said Murdock moving toward hits easychair The door opened and a servant ap peared Plazc stir Miss Agnes wtid lolke tcr know kin ycr rcsarve her aum tolmc this afthernoon Yes Mary tell Miss Agnes I shall be in all the rest of the afternoon and that I shall be at her disposal at any time Sturgis picking up his hat nnd coat hurried from the house Why did he want to shut mo In the extension he asked himself over and over and he could find no satisfactory answer to the question Then he took from his pocket the lines he had written on Murdncks typewriter and compare them carefully with those on the sheet which he had laboriously pieced together In the Knickerbocker bank on the previous day The result of the examination was apparently satisfactorily for when Sturgis returned the papers to his pocket his face wore an expression of calm but unmistakable triumph CHAPTE XIX TUB UNDERGROUND IUBJA3 As he reached the corner ffturc1l came upon Sprague who was waLUtW for a car Ohl I say old man exclaimed th artist hardly able to conceal hla elation I am glad to see you I hav news to tell you So have lint I am in a burr now Come along with me Wit can exchange confidences on the way Very well whither are you boundI 1 on the track of big game Can you spare a couple of hours I think I can promise you an interest Ing afternoonWhat The Knlckerbocke bank case Yes Sprngue readily consented to Oo company his friend By the way inquired Sturgis have you any weapons Any quantity of them among the properties of the studio rcpllci Sprague surprised but I do not go about armed in broad daylight You would better have a revolver said the reporter You will probabl have no occasion to use it he added In answer to his friends glance bu it Is teat to be ou the safe aideIVery well I shall go Where am I to meet you 7 At police headquarters In about half an hour Let me see It Is nov nearly live oclock Say at halfpas five It will be necessary to obtain a couple of warrsmt art the help of time police before we Mart After Sprague hall left hlfia stoutf approached Detective Conklin vncc was still at his poit Did Chatham show up while 1 was in there he asked liullcatlnj Murdocks house No sir Did you notice the man with whon I went In Yes sir Well let Chatham go for the pres ent and stick close to that man if lie stirs from the house I shall be bad in less than an hour All right sir When Sprague reached police haul quarters he found tho reporter ready to start with four detectives lie hall not therefore any opportunity fop conversation with his friend until the party renewed Its destination There two of the detectives relieved the taco previously on duty while the others accompanied Bturgls and Sprague to the office of tho Manhattan Chemical companyIt after six oclock The placi was cloned for tho night and seemed quite deserted One of the mien ran the bell The tinkling reline diet away but no sign of life miinlfestci Itself from within Then he seized the pull anti plied It again repeatedly and vigorouslyTo hi Continued YAN UNEXPECTED RETORT rUlnSprnklii llnnlnnn Wood man Una a Heplr far the 10 Illlrnl Omliir When Iontann was In its last ter ritorial yens and on the ere of be coming a state said J W Lamar ol Helena Mont according to time New York Tribune the Clnrk Carter congress contest occurred and most bit terly was it fought out Anything that could be turned or twisted Into a cam palgn argument was sought out nail brought to the front Commissioner Sparks at that time head of the genera land office had made a ruling that thereafter no trees less than right Inches In diameter should be cut down for agricultural or milling purpose In territory belonging to the United State This ruling had aroused a storm of Indignant protest In Montana and had straightway assumed proml nent place as one of the main issues In the ClarkCarter campaign I was speaking one night at Boze man and as was natural I attacked the ruling of the land commissioner and what injury and Injustice It did to the Farmer and miner and so I worked up to what had always previously proved an effective peroration by asking the question What my fellow citizens can time farmer do with eightinch trees The answer to this had pre ciously been silence but this time a thrill voice In the rear of the hall blurt ed out Whyspilt em of course y- oIId fool and I sat down amid the ribald and derisive jeers of that vast audience An Old Adage Cant be possible that iardupa go- Ing to marry Susie Banknote Money enough I suppose but an ugly shrlv- ledup little timing aa thin as a straw But have you never heard that drowning men catch at a strawN-Y World What It Trnchr And what tines the story of the prodigal son teach us asked the teacher It teaches us how to get the fatten calf was the prompt reply of the bad oy at the foot of time class Chicago Post Pretty Nearly Correct A schoolteacher lately putt tho ucstlon What is the highest form ot animal life- Time giraffe responded a bright member of the class TitBits ft Kany Choice Did you have any trouble selecting a name for the baby None at all theres only one rich uncle in the family Illchinond DIa patch True Friends First Dear Girl Say Maudel Second Dear Girl Well dear First Dear GirlIs my complurloi on straight Chicago Dally Xeir Many a woman sick and down by weakeningdrains paInful regularities depression tho hundred nnd one ailments which affect women only baa found in Peruna a bright star chanIJcllherlug to health No woman need suffer from the derangements peculiar to her sex if she glvo Pcru na a fair trial The majority of weaknesses which womans life a burden spring from a slmpla cause Tuo mucous mcmbrano which lines time organs becomes weakened and Ins flamed owing to strait cold overwork etc This causes catarrhal congestion Inflam mation painful irregularities depression irritabil ity weakness and suffering It shows in tho haggard lines of the face tho dull eyes sallow complexion and angular form the rrompt cure of nuh oil mentitryForun Itdrives AWAY th blu r the complexion brightens the eyes changes thin Bt toplumpneitnnucurenalnii aehu and uee4UI0 dUtelr strike at Uio root of such trouble and removes time muse lon fcvea Health and Beauty AdinlAl laltmsn lfelerrt of the l man sialtadum CJw em SDUNION a99h raauu and aa50 Erprrd Nl- llleerh SsN10aa00 to it ain a MW Is wHt5ri t aloel-l a i Iatoar XUIahlUhrd t late s BEST SHOE ti01u Why do you pajrSI to S3 for Mines tt belt ou VranbuvvL Douglas antiby arc Rood sa w Tier niAMOV nvn W I Islld11 athrrm k IrncrAEralliU 1 roit MIX THE 350 tltjtcl IM 14 cf t iXi 1mka-aktpIIIilld TkiTI- I yl et t s4 hv H Mkr m TLr fi Ik nIno HUtthvl mace it1Mr e ri of ri rt I1irMH Ihra np 110T e tie rly rM1- 1end Ilm lo Tour fri iW- yrlN rmlr IRi n Ihn THE r BEST 300 SHOE Tnr nlir tkm4 l r Utm i fin Ml 4iftflWIf Jo Mfk 1411 ttIonIywrddnniilrpodemit5tkey prire Jqtr me St In4ltthI a4 LWtS tli nr nn t wtt r Oifc f W LDOUGLAS SHOE Brockton Mia ABSOLUTE SECURITY Cenu- lneCarters Little Liver Pills Must Boar Signaturo of Sea FicSlmllc Wnppcr liclow 011 sad asIYe77 take avear euICARTERS BITJLE FOR HEADACHE FOR 01711 HESS FOR BILIOUSNESS FOR TORPID LIVER FOR CONSTIPATIOH FOR SALLOW SKIN FUR VilE COMPLEXION olcniINU MjfM ma1Nq PurelyVege1aLla f t nnnCURE SICK HEADACHE HO FOR OKLAHOMAurn nf inii n to 0anenttluhrrrtIr Till KlJWA tIIILFdrole 10infue slasheoetAlILoreTAUSnerltogrnhyrap tart la lima Ikld t drucl te 4 1 J 1 3 heryoungresponsibility for her future Is largely in the hands of tho thoughtlossphysicalYOllleingalso When tho young girls thoughts becomo sluggishwhentslio oXlcrlcncCs headaches i iiinno luiiuiiuoa anti exhibits lowerllVtlllllandfriend8ukhunnsinthisproofofMiss Good asks Mrs Pinkham for Help IlOOtIvery ome oboIStItltoppedforvous anIit S very tiidcukr I lUll II young girlnntt hava ulwayii had to vcry linril I would ho crv much Ilrascll If r1worlwU1I111 tell me what tot1oMiis IrAt Goon fUth Avenue anil Ycslar Way Seattle Mnsh I oo The Happy Result Kebruary 10th 1POO LydianmcdlclllaJilLworl Is now n ploaituru to me while before mlntf your incilirino it wnn a bunlcn Today I ntn A culth DUll hniim girl I think If more would use your tgetahttCoinpoin1 there wouldba less MilTorlnir In tho world cannot xpre tho rIitt linvo lXplrhnllC1 b uiifiig I Pink Iiamii Vegetable CompounJMis IRAIIL 1000 Cor COth Aniiuo and Voslar Wuy Seattle Vnh flEIA Rf D lhen rohflka1pInuioenf olhelMImonulUlleil baysdrioiit4wbi wH be paid lo any ptnon whe tan show that tht above If 14ImsI4e net eooloe or was ruhlithtd before cbtaiolnclht WtIiifiPCCalNrmtMQLLTIfl J IIKKHAU DICINI Co WALTHAM WATCHES t The Waltham Watch Company was the first company in America to make watches the first to be organized half a century ago and is the first at the present time in the quality and volume of its product nThe Perfected American Watch an Musirjtcct book of interesting information about watches will be sent free upon request American Valtham Watch Company 4 Waltham Miss I NWMESEEKERS- I EXCURSIONS SEP 4 SEP 18 OCT2OCT NOV6NOV women These are the days on which you can buy very cheap excursion tickets to NEBRASKA and other points in tho West including Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Leadville and Glen wood Springs Colo Deadwood and Hot Springs So Dak Ask your nearest ticket agent about them or sid to me for folder of particulars P S EUSTIS General Passenger Agent C 0 S R R CHICAGO ILL CO and look for a Now Home in Nebraska a prosperous country where a farm can be bought for one years rent of an eastern farmior L THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesion In tile International Serif for October 7 thouJesus Dining tIti phnrlee Prepared l y It C LenlnRlon- TJIK MiHSON TEXT Luke Hll14 And It came to aiti QI lie went Into the houso of one of the chief Pharisee to eat bread tin the Hutibath day that they wn tcliod Him 2 And behold there wee a certain man before Him which hid the dropsy 3 And leeu answerln pake unto the lawyer and Pharlneei saying In It lawful to heal on the Sabbath day And they held their peace And II took him and hoalrd him ond let him go 6 AnU CMwered them saying Which ol you uliiill have un nil or an ox fallen Into IIII and will not straightway pull him out on DIB Sabbath day 6 And they could not answer Him again to these llilnKB And lie put forth a parable to tho e which were bidden when lit marked how they choau out the chief room saying unto them When thou art hidden of any man to a wedding sit not down In the highest room leal a more honorable man than thou be biddm of him 9 And he that bade then und him come and say to thee JIve thU twin place and thou liiKln with shame to lake the lowest room nut when thou art bidden and sit down In the lowest room that when he that bade theo comet ho may say unto thce Krlenrt ull hIgher then nhult thou have worship In the pretence of them thai lit at meat with theo Kor whosoever exaltelh himself shall be ubnied and he that liumblcth himself shall exalted no Then said ho also to him that bade him When thou makeil a dinner or a supper cull not thy friends nor thy brethren neither thy kinsmen nor thy rich neighbors lest they 3150 bid thee again and a recompense be made thee lImit when thou makeit a feast call the poor the maimed the lame the blind It And thou shall be blessed for the cunnnt recompense thee tot thou rhnlt he rrcompenKcdnt the resurrection uf the Just UIli II riier rsnll etli liliuvelf klinll lir nhnneili nnil lie Unit liuiiililelli lilinielf shall lie nulleil lnkf Mill NOTKS ANIJ OOMMKNTS rntrrviiiltiff bet Merit lie IrMioit on wiHlifiilncMt unil the priniit lesson several Important rveuU tae lukeii ilncr lie IIIIH uttered the i ruble of lie mliKtiiril herd of the leaven nndul the Htralglit Rate Than has voinv thc lament over Jcnualctn und a visit to the home ot MnrJ und Miirllm After lit lending the fenut of the dedication lie line retired ncrosft Jordan lid re united llld 1creuu ministry It is in 1rrea that He dine with the 1hurlsre nnd he tnkex the occasion to Impart Important IcfcRotift on lance present Tliri c three lesson arch 1lcplnlfIClonctTnlnlf toncernltiR Hospitality vi ISH Concerning Hnblmth Keening One of the chief ilmrlsfen lind iuked Jmtu to n Sabbath dinner Aiming time other guests wn a mnn who had time dropsy Trktis linil hail dUctiMtioiiH Oil previous occasions regarding healing on time Snblmth Thin time Jexux de clued to have time argument If any before rather than after time event So He itKked the lawyers and phurlreei present regarding Us lawfulness Hut they held their peace They believed It unlawful hut wanted Jesus to plvc Ills own decUlon nnd afterward they could criticise and find fault So JeMU healed the moan and then with out waiting answered the thought in time henna of the lawyers mind pharl fees by asking Which of you shall hae an 055 or nn ox fallen into a pit nod will not straightway note the straightway pull hint out on the Sabbath tJlI1 The pharlsees hitch re fused to answer HI question before now they could notIConcerning Exalting Ones Self It hns been thought by some that the man with the dropsy had been brought by time phnrlkce to Ills IIIIUM In order to see If Jesui would heal Mm This we think Is true as evi dently Jesus felt Hinifttlf on trial lie fore lila host and fellow guest One thing that might indicate this is JIb rebuking those who had fought the best place at the table It wan an un friendly atmosphere In which lit found Himself So after the incident of time healing lie took up another shortcoming of tIe Tews He lind no ticed It oil this very occasion At first He took their own argument If It was honor they sought why not pick out the less honored plncex that their honor might bo the more conspicuous when naked to take a higher place Imagine the chagrin of the pnc asked to move down This actual seeking for honored places nt the dinner table not bo n fault with us still self preferment III deeply Ingrained into our selfish human nature Therefore Jesus brings out this deeply spiritual fact that whosoever oxnlleth him self shall be abased and he that hum bIrth himself shah be exalted Concerning Hospitality 1nen Jestu turned to time host He had been bid den to tho dinner that limit conduct might be criticised anti the othci guests notable Jews chief phnrlseei anti lawyers were there to witness Hit discomfiture This was not true hos pitality Xor was there any true hos pitality in inviting guests who would honor a table by their presence True hospitality infers an unselfish not a selfseeking spirit Then why not invite the poor the maimed the Itime nnd the blind For entertaining Hiich a nina will be blr lIed for times cannot recompense thee for thou shnlt be recompensed nt time resurrec tion of time just nnm linen AVrlnklr Heavy grndcH need heavy engines Affection U tIme best aId of mem ory Depression of spirits ought to lift us to God When n man is upright his head ia heavenward True spirituality ia in doing not In dreaming Tho splendor of a station should nut mako us lose the train Xothing can ber brighter or better than to shIne us one of the lights of time rqrld BE EXPLAINED IT Tbs Man Who Doesnt Unonr Anything Ahont Golf Heflnri A Term of the Game golUhebeen reading nays the Chicago lime Huh he exclaimed in a startled way for he knew about an much about Rolf ai Stilllnoto his wife What do they mean by two upr sht tejtuted un he returned Oh yes of course Well youve heard of toppiDg ball havent you ertaiimly naturayitsI dont quite see topIItop youNooo r dayWhtnwhen two balls its two up Now dont bother me any more Hut what is topping a ballshe per lilted Good heavens how Ignorant are he exclaimed Why topping a ball is knocking it so it never comes down I should think the expression one up would make that clear to you Two Cnnnli Illmllnff Atlantic It ii asterlrd that the future will tee two canals binding the Atlantic to the Pacific ocean value of such connection cannot be too highly estimated It will bring added prosperity to the nation as surely ai Una letters Kitten brings health ta the dyspeptic If you cannot get rid of your In digestion constipation dyspepsia or biliousness try the Hitter and never accept any timing In plate or It lfyou wish to get well Vre for flank Illrrctlnir A stranger sot off the ear and accosting a newsboy asked him to direct him to the DartThis way11 said the netvsie and turn- Ing the corner pointed to a skyscraper just tero s the itrcet Thank you and whit do I owe you said Benllemtn pulling a penny out or his pocketA IeaeA itiarUr I that pretty high for directing a man tn time hank Youll finrloir said the youngster that balm dirtrtnr are paid high in Chi cago1 Chicago Thbiltic Nearly l4uir Ymca liiflerloK relieved by two applications of Iilnicr1 lotion II e York City wrote almer Lotion hu eured inc of a very di lrhfttlltion on my scalp of about I was accompanied with a rofue JandrmitT mind a nl The itching entirely di appeared after one or two application a complete ttirc was in a time after having been treated by va rioiw ii JiIInd much money spent III other war the time growing worse rather than better Send to Solon Palmer lit iesrl street New York for free pamphlet of testimonials and sample of on or tion Soap It IliKile IJrerylindr I cant underhand it haiel with bOlides little quaver in hi voice cant b it do time women havi their skirts made ten inches too long and Lout them ten inches too high For he had not yet learned the folly of at temnptmn to understand the eternal coil Dine ualtiinore American heat for the lion rh No matter what ails you headache to a yourbowehicure you without a gripe or pain prnduc easy natural movemenlii cost you just lii cents tn start getting your health hack Ca earcls Candy thartilhplpnulnJpu lip in metal hose every stamped on it lieivare of imitations Safe There CJoodhMrt I think ou libeled that fricrrd of yours from Chicago I took him out tn lunch today and he didnt tnt with his knife at youhaveOyster itcw1 Philadelphia Prcti Whiit n infill Can Do That was a remarkable demonstration of what a Mogul ran do that occurred on time New York Central time other day when en gine No Ills one of time new Moguls haulei out train No the Southwestern Limited made up of two nail cars live iiassengcr coaches and nine Wagner cars sixteen cars In all fime total weighmt of train was 1832000 pounds or tilt tons and the length of time train including the engine was l12feet or nearly a quarter of a mile Ibis engine made the running time of train between New ork and Albany 113 miles in three hours and fifteen minulrs There is no in the world which has a better roadbed more ikiilful ensi liecrs or better equipment backed by loyal men always alert for the alel of tlmeir enter than time New York Central and River railroad What road ran match its corps of men from President Cal lawav down the line of employees to the humble and faithful trackmen who watch their sections of rail through the Ion hcnrt of time night snub day in order to safeguard time hives of the travecn on trains whirling by their humble shanties man iii which nestle closely to the rails mindertimeir guardianship Editorial from the Aihanj Times Union A Drniv nl hue Very ul- 1IIIIrl1hnl was a fierce ficht you had claims he licked you 1101011 the bodstah its woe hi wumpled my cwavat dweadfully hut whet it was nil ovah hm coliah trta fwightfull wilted Philadelphia Press The heel Ire crlpllini for Chili anti Kcver is u bnttlo of Oiinvrs TASTri CniLuToxii Ills slum lby nut anti Iii austslcssform No cure no pay 1rivKVX Sure of Ilia lol- mitagistrateVimat is your business Witnc Matrimonial agent for niy eicht grownup diu htcri Ilirgrnd ills etter u- Te Cure n Cold In One naT Fake Uixatlvn Itromo Quinine Tablets All druggists efunh mooney if It tails tocure 2c Arlthmrllp Class Teacher pointing at prohlrmlNo Janiei what com the dolar- Jjine Pi says its the collector ma am Syracuie Herald adllltCltllll ot lvrui Fauwirs 1Tea ooh or Cotton perfectly Sold by all druggists Pisos Cure cannot be too highly fpoken or II a tough ureJ W Ollricn 322 Third Ave N Minneapolis Minn Jan 0 The trouble with time roliar button is that it it uih an tpttart u wont keen in iii place Puck Ilslli Catarrh fare is takes internally Price 73c ou can ropvirt nfry snycte o bein i feolAehmiio Globe 1iaet to iiioo it Kiioie Gear to w A geable Preparation forAs ihcEog 1nndlleuIa tingofIitLI Ii Promotes DigealiouCheerfur ness andnestContains Ophimjrorplune nor fineral Nor XABC OTIC OUbSANVrfPI1CIIrRJ USdi wdILJ nr1 forConstipalion Worms Convulsions Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP FocSinukj Signature of NEW YORK EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER CASTORIA Children The You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature In- U For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA usi i iisisiaaunman who smokes S- Old N S Virginia Cherootsa 2 has a satisfied glad I have got it = expression on his face from the time J he lights one He knows he willS N not Be disappointed No matter a 2 he buys oneMaine or Texas N S Florida or California he knows they geSH fl S eventaste goodsatisfying I SN S Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this = a year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 cents R Di BRSISISISIS I- p p HESTERwNewRivai 61 Leader and Rcpmmtmr InsUt apes h Tint them tike no others and you will tct the bot hell that Booty eta toy ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM V yyyrvryyy rww y u tint used by Dr Charles J Moffett agradatM o lro1lcsl College Philadelphia Paln bla TEETHlaAallexunslTenndsuocrBStultrcatmentotchlldrenlaavor to teething and tim hot summers TEKTHIMA Powder counteracts the eOect of hot weatker and keeps tho dlgeittre organs In a hcallhr anti has saved this lives of tfiouiandi of children In the doe bra nat fl state where phnlclan pre rlbj and all mothers live It and It Ia criminal NAfrytDru5iliUorituil25etor IVIOFFETT W DSt ul 1ui unit Ilrllrlout ilIurnhnmK Hnsty Jellycou UrlIhave to do but dlt yo Itlnliotwnterlndiietltawaytocool It mnktwftdeliciouH transparent and deluht tot Jelly dcicrt Kmvon orange lemon strawberry ra peach cherry nod unflavored ealsfoot for making wine nod coffeo Jfllirt Jet a package today at your grocers flO5FINGiti9huieluijed f IIDIIHI To Do Concise man said the editor to the Luddlllit journaust who hrouht him n col umn itorywhicli could have been told better in ten lines when n moan diwoven his house is nltazc he doesnt to the window and the patterfby that half an hour ago what to be a terrible confla gration broke out in the upper story of the Palatial inanition occupied by Mr Jeremiah nirkrni He simply to the front and shouts Tire concise young St Louis Itcpuhlic For llnmeareker The Chicago Milwaukee k St Paul Thy will sell regular Ilomeseckcrs ICxcursion tickets to nil points in oulh lakota at one fare plutt J lor round trip on October 11lOW This will enable parties to visit the Imposition to lie heM in Mitchell S JL September 2rt to October 4 1900 in ciusive is held to dcm onslratc the nericilltural resources wealth and peiiibilities of this thriv ing state The exposition Is held in a por crousiy decorated corn wliich for Wlllt can hardly be excelled anywhere liy a building of a temporary nature There are tlmoimsnrda of anti l ral lantis left in South Dakota that will under the preterit conditions in that state rapidly increase m priie until linldmR of corn palace with its many Attraction that both amuse iniUuct should han opportunity that IIIslidland and investment cc era em For furthtr information to any ticket agent of the Chicago Milwaukee St or addrwtp leO Heafford General laesener Ajint Chicago the iritt man under the impulse of re luioruv liokth blluM1fi but the io ui l cUt Lini I For Infants and Kind of 8 4 Tile ctnaua New On The where Teething condition Coitionly25eentfi SURE CURE For BilliousnessDyspepsia Kidney and Liver- Complaints remoily bu been blfbtJ rccomended bv tome of our physicians IS the heal Krmrity rut on the APPLY volt FIIKK HAMPUb 2r tie J3 Homody OoM P Ill 404 815817 Uiln St ClnellBill OHICACOTO OMAHA DoubleDaily Service New line Tla Bock lord Uubuque Waterloo IoU Dodrt and Coun Ill Elufli Bullet IIbranmoklDRoI bats A n UANSON G1L Chicago IIRADEH3 OP TillS rArER DKSWtNO TO BUY ANYTHING ADVKKTISKn IN ITS COLUMNS tllOULD INSIST UPON HAVING WHAT TUKY ASK FOR HKKUP1NO ALL HUDSTITUTKS Oil IMITATIONS DISCOTKRU gives DROPSYNIW reiiefandcurworIS MI Bnuk of te tlmonl and lo da tnatmtnl here VrItIt UKttNb 6ON8 t o AtlaataUa A N KE 1832 WHKX avniTixr TO ADVRRTIHEHI please state thaI you saw tlio AUvorl neat la Ibis UW t I L THE CITIZEN t Weekly- The only JCatmpnttrr jiulillnlinl In IHKKA KI2NTUCK OCTOUEH moo Special attention is culled to ollr Magazino Coinbinntioii ndvertisme on the first page Winter eveniug nro coming und yon will need plenr of good rending mutter Subscribe Do the hogs como to Berea to dioT Two more this week in the vicinity of Maui street Vhnt about tho Ordinance Last Saturday was Court Day in our town Many persons nttcnde tho session It is believed that tho law with regard to sale etc oC whiskey was fractured on that day Tho Cemetery is not three mile from Berea College Report of n conversation overheard on Main street last Saturday Hello Bill Howdy Hello Boys Howvo ye binT Fust rate Say Boys is there anything to drink round here today J Yens by gum Down clost to the cemetery you can get what you want Come on And they wont in a hurryAttention Officers of the Law A Tribute to Worklngmen I have preached says Rev J S Reager the gospel in two states in flue largest cities and smaller towns Since I began my active life nt the age of thirteen years until the present time I have never known nil an honest industrious Christian workman tp be among tho disgruntled ones nor in all these years have I seen n workingmaus home void of comforts and blessings for himself and family unless tho man was a patron of tho saloon Several of my charges have been composed entirely workingmen and nowhere have I found more nobleness of character contentment prosperity and happi ness and in no other charges were the church finances so cheerfully lit earnestly mot as in these congre get boos composed of workingtnon and their families Alt exchange in commenting on the above says No higher or more richly merited encouinni can be pro nounced upon any class of men Only the homes of those toilers who have fallen victims to the saloon are destitute of the comforts of lifo in this country Industry sobriety frugality and Christianity make the homes of American workingmen thresholds to paradis- etetlleo1n01ee osese eo 1IeThe Toledo Blade or The Louisville Commercial For 50c a Year All for 1 00 a year Dont Miss It Cope at Once ithroughooemze e totlfo eae sooso i I f WORMS GO11GSpO1T ClCi1C Correspondents will coffer 1 favor by putting tliclr timid to all communications Rockcastle County Disputaiitu Vo aro IIIing souiu fine weather Robert Shearer was here Sunday The farmers are nearly all don saving fodder Reccn Baker has gone toLouisvil to enter school Trevis Miller hndu corn cutting TuesdayThere was a meeting at Mncedoni church Sunday Everybody subscribe for TilE CITIZENBurbon County Mlllursbiirr Mrs Mattio Gree improves slowly Tho CITIZEN is a welcome visitor nt 52 homes in this town Lewis Smith of Parris spent Friday with his mother who has been vet sick John Purnell and Susie Walke Irove over to Carlisle and were quietly married Wednesday Protracted meeting at Christia church conducted by Elder Mitel oll of Midway Mrs Emma Hutchons while out hiving met with a very severe accident Her collar bone was broken Mrs S W McGowen spent Sunday with her husband who is tench ng in District No 2 Glad to seo Mrs Annie Bowen jack again after several morilfcs vis it to Mt Sterling Miss Mabelle Bowen returned til ter a weeks visit to her brother EI- der A H Bowen Mason County Mnytivillc Mr L D Hender son and Miss Letitia Saunders were united in the bonds of matrimony nt the brides home in Lexington Sept 21 They returned to their future home in Mnysvillo that evening where a grand reception waited them Tho bride is one of Lexingtons es mable young ladies while the room is one of Maysvilles highly respected gentlemen William Lysle of this place died of yaeutery in the hospital in tho Phil pinesThecitizensofMaysville contribu tCl S300 for tho support of Galveston sufferers Miss Mary Britton and Miss Lucille Dinwiddie teachers in the public schools attended the Fall Festival inI the Queen City The advancement of tho public school is quito promising under the riiicipalship of Prof T Agustui Birdc1 Horris P Taylor is snaring good success with his night school All those who cannot attend day school should jrivo him a chance William butt brother to Prof T L Routt was found dead on tho C 0 rail road early Monday morning Foul play is very much suspected Nature can only feed the flame of- life with the food eaten which is di isted Herbine will reinvigorate n weak stomach and so improve di istiou as to insure the natural bloom oC health Price 50 cts S E Welch Jr VASTEOACTIVK MAX OK OOOI CIIAK aeler to deliver and collect In Kentucky for out e ablishej inauufncturliiR whole ale house FO- y than cxrTli ii va sr sure Ia Honesty more r11Ired Our nttifixv any toallk In any l1dose lelfadclreswl tampe l envelop Maim l4IdUTe third floor uln ar ofiiHt Chlnxo A BOON TO MJUVKTJDg lIId trta I DR TLER BUCKEYE PILE EUEJUBI CUREv A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUQES DY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTT 38O cr T5 I Sole Prowietor 30 ft T lOUIS Wi WHITES CREAM 1I VERMIFUGEUoit For 20 Years His Led all Worm Remedies y SOXJX2 l3Y ALL X1IUooXTBPrepared by JAMES F BALLARD St Louis Sold by S E AVELO1I Jr 1 1701 l Owsley County Ilooncvillc Aunt Emma Ro nolds who lived near this place hils gone to livo with her children in Clay county- Tau Breeding hiss moved to Islnml creekIsano Prices family are nearly IIll down with ilux R G Rose is logging on lolr Buffalo creek L C Rose has just returned from Clark county Ho reports the snle of cnttlu dull H M lien has declared himself candidate for County Clerk of Ow slog county Bud Rose of this place was killed in Brcathitt county n few days ago bJ Hugh Croflord Campbell Combs hero movetl their goods into A C Gubbnn store house on Main street The Republicans have nominate Tames Tinsleyof Barbourvillo for Circuit Judge of this district Rev Henry Taylor of Wolfcount is visiting friends and relatives in this section of tho country Ho will hold n few meetings while hero Circuit court has just closed at this place Two men were sentence to the penitentiary for four years eat One for housebreaking and tho other for horsestealing Tho grand jury returned about twenty eight in dichneuts Madison County Walliiccton Little Johnnie Vylie who has had typhoid fore is improvingKate and cousin Florence Baugh visited Mattio Clark Thur lay at Cartersville John Wurnacutt cud family hao old out and gone to Illinois to lind n hoine There was n basket supper at tho Vullacctoii schoolhouse Satunln ror tho purpose of buying n heating love Mrs Florence Bough who has been visiting relatives here will co turn to her home in Missouri Wet lead ny The little son of Chus Kindred lied on the 22ud of Septombo Mr Colton and family who Wore to Indiana some time ago have come buck hero again Miss Susie Wylie an admimbl hristian young woman daughter of ahem Wylie died September 23 of fphoid fever- Program for Teachers Asspciatio to bo hold at Wallaceton Sept 6th- ounnencing at 1030 a m Devotional exercise led by J S lade Address of welcome Mis Stella Duncan Response Lou SIIUI lilt Purpose of teachers association hisses Lottie Ferris and Telith lay Seeds of Common schools E f Baker and W C Lusk Recits tion Miss Laura Estridge Noon ration E N Todd Relation oC etchers to patrons how to securE heir cooperation Mrs Yocum of lerea College and Miss Miuui Lakes Discipline Pres Frost oC lerea College and T J Hazelwood Supplementary reading Misse s auuio Tudor and Maude Mason inportauce of District Library Miss Cato Coddingtou and William llautou A F Caldwell V P Jackson County Kirby Knob Mrs Dorn PO- oll had a bean stringing Monda ightRobert Daugherty started far Be- rea where ho will enter College C1 Ogg tho photographer passed through hero on his way to Heron Dr C B Daugherty has returlletl to Mnrka Kansas where ho will re line tho practice of medicine Rev Jas Dtmsford will preach at- Oak Grove church the third attirda in Octand Sunday Miss Mary Baker and S R Bake of Berea cane up Friday anti will stay over until after Sunduyfuhoa iinday The Teachers Institute which met lit Blauton Flat Sept 15th was a access Tho following program wus rendered Welcome address J W Van Winkle Delightful task to train the youthful thonght Allen Powell Iotv to teach numbers to children crone Hillard Teaching ns n step gKtono Armina King Recitation I Etta Gay Our environment iinio Hays Declamation C Vv owls Relations of parents am etchers Edward Sparlunan Jack Ron county and its points of interest 3 L Wyatt Pros and cons 01 irporal punishment S B Comb and Eva Click Tho teachers res onsibility John W Cope Patriotism in our schools Geo C Moore ptional Dora Bowling Song by th association THE HOME IMIttxl iro tern byttra Malinger In our paper of last week on The Homo this statement was mad Upon tho mother as upon no 0110 else depends tho character of thoI homo In this paper I desire to omphasi what is tho responsibility rest ting upon the father in tho homo to the end that the childru raised in the home shall better tho world t In the first place the fattier inns boot pure life For as ho thinkel in his heart so is ho Prov 237 Someone has tidysnit Wo are no bettor than the worst of tho thoughts we cherish This being true mutt it is how necessary is it tint wo think clean If you think clears you will spent clean If you speak Ruth think cka tho life will bo pure It is as incumbent on the filler to thin intent that right condition for good citizenship exist in tut home that ho shall be chaste III thought word and Herd ns it is thud the mother be true to her vows as a wife The only sure way to treasure up to this standard of purity is to sur renter the life to Christ If tho sur render be made u pure life is a mora certainty If any titan bo in Christ ho is a now creature Paul Secondly The father ought to be the burden bearer If a father repudiates this reason iibility ho sacrifices the character of n Man In the second chapter of Genesis ve read that God created woman ox iressly that she should bo an help meet for liirumn toot as is too ofttn the cast the slnvu of the house It is said and with truth the mother molds the character of the hildreu No matter how true this may be in actit is very certain that it is not Gods plan God Genesis 1819 gao as n reason why Ho would mi reId to Abraham His purK so toward Sodom and Gomorrah For I know him that he will command hU children and household after him and LorditoGods plans never change ant toi ire so that tho greatest good shall ome to the home the father IIIUlt- Ifill the fathers place is often urged that because of absence of the father from tho home ho must of necessity do end upon the mother to doGOi duty Because this hits been nccoiitedits true it has como to pass that a large proportion of fathers have no true noel iufluonce in the funnily Do not forget that the woman was to Iw an helpmeet tho work to be ccomplinhed must bo enterprise by the one whom she meets to help It will help try as fathers to work with Gods plan to ruinotnbor that wo will be judged by our oppor unityVery well let us also remember hodhover lard n responsibility on any father or other person Let Ho also provided opportunity to meet the responsibilityTo cnntlnunt IAKVKKYIIOIIY CIIANUE Font THE SCHOOL MIllltolljy j W nhtmoee DMH of Uw N mat UeIMrOtteat Hvrtt College oclarcothing of the four corners of tho earth lei once having knocked oil all thin car ere But science has not even itt tempted to knock oft tho corners of the country school house A stud of the prevailing type would lead eta to b lievo that every other style wn forbidden by low So far thin parnle logriun is the only form that hits bees conceived by the builders of countr school houses Ibo grounds fences school houses outbuildings well curb sill huts tho conventional squints corners directly in litho with the Brig inal four corners of the earth II a traveler should conic upon a school house mutt souutthiiig tiller tho fash ion of a modern dwelling ho wouli stop in numomiiit produce his ko link and take several views so hush hubs story of it might not be double when told in other puns Some on terprising school board might win ev erlasting fame and the gratitude of Doming generations by breaking awa from the old custom nnd erecting building with an eye to beauty and onvenieuco Probably the rwasoni for the puntllolognllu style are custom hunt economy But tho first thing to IX considered in iroviding a school is tot saving of money but the comfort and pro er development of the pupils Paste beauty neatness are all con lucivo to happim ss and should hertforo form an important part of very childs education We take great pains to bcautifiy our IIOIIICH hill leave our school houses without my pretense at ornamontation Yet tho children sMnd perhaps half of heir working hours at school and hose coming from pleasant homes quid tho average school house anil grounds a very dreary nod forbidding ilaco Attractive surrotindingt rauld go n great way toward tucking Ihool a delight rather than a plow to ho shunned Tho whol subject neoiU vontilnt ng mind it is to be hoped tint tuoch urs thud ambers of school IxxinlH will join bunds heartily in bringing bout a Iwtttir stuto of things Alravo nil men tho tewclier must lio on record Huh it must tho record of a progressive and oiithu iastic num U will never do to rust 011 your oars You will soon find UJt the van hints loft you And it- will not take tho children in tutu hools so long as yourself to find it Ollt The toncher must always lx ctivo and alert Ho must he thoroughly alive to hubs surroundings onditions in the school lure over hanging and them is no ono moth Oll which will total thou Tutu teach or nest study tho school and the in ividuals tint compost it end study them continually For all heel cuts or wounds in ithor the human subject or in ani lals as a dressing Ballards Snow iniiiiont is excellent white for sores on working horses especially if slow to heal or suppurating its heeling ualities are unequaled Price 25 nd f0 cts S E Welch Jr THE FARM IMIUxl by 8 O iMW IVoJwor ol Hortl tftIlture lifted IrfUce IUST A KAICMEK Not long ago the parents of a bright boytruro tanning over plans for his education with a friend of the fatnilr when this remark was made Wo really do not know what tc1 decide about Sams schooling farmerand money on n course of study Just a firmer Let us see what that means Is hit a ulna who toils early nod lute wears rough clothes lives on what is too poor to sell and does not take a paper nor school his children t There are a few such farmers snore is the pity but they ire not the true representatives And there are farmers who unto had very little opportunity for education md who have made a great mimsnH of their business it must ho admitted Jut how touch moro able men these would have bwn if n scientific txluca lint had loan added to their procti eel ability The lawyers the doctors and the iiigineer each knows that n special raining is nmlid to lit him for hubs profession Some of them hire fir too little of it but few would deny hat more would have helped them Shall the fanner bo the only out to ufiiBo the helping hand that cduca thou extends to him At the present timn a good ninny armers are putting into successful iractico the principles learned in heir college work and every yta tho uimlMTof young uuii so tranc l who learn the schools for tho farm be onics greater but still find tho iruporton of specially trnitxHl each iinong the fartntis far stunner than in the professions wohavoinuntioiicd What art the branches of learning ptcially caciilnlc to iMinufit nnd levelop the fnrmort I say specially HMiming that the time hiss gone by Ihon wo think that tutu farmer clOt s tot nerd as good and liberal a gun If1 fduration to lit him for tie lutiits of uilizi n hip as any other lititii In bw special work the f minor has to do first with crops lidn soil to also them in HP heeds then to show nil about plants their nature ieds aunt habits nf growth that thin iotnnist can toll him Then he hould cull on Chemistry to holp him dill further to understand plants as will tell him of their coni osi IIthllt and the materials nttxlwl to them up Horticulture For lUll the 1I1lnl hll 0 field crops contain much thus principles of Botany brought down to the every lay pnictico of tho fanner and should form n of his special ourso As the farmers succt ss must dopcnd so much on tho soil hn ncurus and way ho managm he oiignt to know n Itlunl of how soils originato and what they urn composwl of Geology here in and our friend Chemistry IlO1IIS But with tho study of these voro or loss thoorotlcnf sciences hould come the and pnic tico of Tillage or the Knowledge of how to manage soils so as to muse hem to unlock rind lilhnito the inn tcrialHIII them for the use of plants tell how to Iwst protare the for the special needs of different rapsContlnuatbesl week ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN BEREA COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS BEREA COLLEGE lOUSlunIOver liO teachers 700 students from HO states Best hlbrury In Kentucky So SnlooiiH DEPARTMENTS For those NOT Hiifllclontly advanced to get a teachers certificate I Trade Schools Carpentry Housework Printing two years II Model Schools preparing for Normal std the advanced courses For those mifllclently udvuncuil to get n teachers certlllciito III Farming and Agriculture gardening stockraising forestry ltctwo years IV Domestic Science Sowing Cooking etctwo V Normal Course for teachers three years with practice teaching VI Academy Course four yoars fitting for College for business and for lifo Courses Philosophical and Literary advanced VII College For those Wore Departments VII I Music Hoed Ortwui Choral free Vocal Piano Theory Adjunct IX Boron Hospital Two urso in tho care of thin sick Berea the best education in reach of all a institution Its instruction is aplaces free gift It aims to those who value education ui ip themselves std charges u small incidental foe to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction tr must also pay for their board ExpoiiHoa for term ho 2i about half of whiuu umat be in advanceweeks brought12 The school may is endorsed b Baptists CoiigregntioualistH Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good people of nil denominations For information or jlltllfl advice addre the Vletlregldtnt OEO T FAIltGlIILD LL D Boron Madison Co Kjr