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This wook tho CITIZEN calls on several who are not subscribers and asks them II Why not Circulation 1000 An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 60 c a I VOL n BEHEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 25 1900 NO THE CITIZENR- ev JOHN DODWELL Manager With NtmiiB NtnfT of KlloM and Cor rIlItEnttmt at the WoVy nI JItrra Ay as trcont ctau mnUmntltr IDEAS Its very easy to aim nt nothing and to hit your mark Tho Hnmllnst temptation n tot of cllllntcterW G F Cultivate a spirit of gratitude for daily mercies Tho world is what wo mako it For nations and for persons the only way to bo really well to do is to do really well Much goods nuty sink UH unless there is much goo- d1I0HIH L C She I adore all that grand no bio and beautiful Ho Really you latter me NOTICES Rev Win Lodwick will preach at thu Boron Church Sunday 11 a in Pray frost preaches at Conway Sunday evening at three oclock Prof Elizi II Yocum will deliver tho Tuesday evening lecture in the Chapel tho coming Talk Subject A Great PictureIRev John Dodwell will preach at Pilot Knob Sunday 2HO p m FOREIGN Prw Kruger hits started for Hoi landA revolution going on in San Domingo The allied forces entered Pao Ting FII Oct 17 without opposition Prince Hohonloho has resigned his position as Imperial Chancellor and tho Emp eror him accepted his resig nation appointing Count von Below hIIlIlUcclK4orNATIONAL lion John Sherman died Oct 22 The Battleship Kentucky started for China Saturday Former Postmaster oneml Wm L Wilson died Oct 17 Six crHOii8 lost their lives in a cy clone near Lodi Texas on Monday Sixty five thousand dollars were rained in London Eng for tIlt Galveston relief hind A loving cup was presented to Lieul Hobson at Montgomery Ala lust Friday Tho Now York Yacht Club accept ed Sir Thomas LIptonH ehnllong for tho Americas cup- KENTUCKY Walter Coylo of Owingsvillo was bitten by n mad dog Saturday- A fire supposed to bo of inccndinry origin at Paducah resulted in a Ions tstimntelat2OOo00 Tho Kentucky game law hUll bleu sustained by tho Court of Appeal and hues have lOn imposed upon those selling quail during the close season Henry Youtsey was sentenced t lifo imprisonment for being accessory to the murder of Goebel The attor nays for tho defense filed n motion in arrest of tho Courts judgement Tin judgement was suspended until Feb nniry Tim General Assembly of Kentucky adjourned1sino die Oct 22 hnvinj sent the new election law which wm paused last Saturday to tho Governor It cannot go into effect this fall House bill it was signed by tin Governor lust week stud goes into effect nl once SNN NMSNNNN NN l Until Further Notice Subscribers to THE CITIZEN may get also Tie Toledo Blade or The LOOM Commercia- lFor SOc a Year All for 1 00 a year Dont Miss It Come at Once- All subscriptions must como through TUB CITIZEN SSNSS SNN lJ THE CITIZEN YearI Locals and Personals Miss Myrtle Burr is sick at tho hos pitalMr T P Wyatt is building n new houseAunt Elsie Ballard is suffering front cancer Auntie Bunsloy is still suffering front a broken hip ExGov W 0 Bradley and others will spenkut Duron Nov 1st Mr and Mrs E T Fish wero in Louisville last week Jack Hnrwood ill building a marble shop adjoining the Fowler House Quito a party of students visited tho Brush Creek Caves Saturday Miss Eva Click has been visiting friends hero tho past few days MrnndMrHE P Fiiirchild and daughter lot for tho East Inst week erJIMrs Jennie Green of Winchester in visiting her cousins tho Misses Duncan Little Miss Ethel Duncan in visit ing Richmond and Winchester this weekDr Fairchild is erecting a beauti ful residence on his lot on E Chestnut St S S Goodloo student in Berea for some years prior to U9 is now at Greenville Teun Joo Jones of Ills former student of Berea College is with friends near hereL C Duncan has been confined to toolh1nchor are tho proud parents of a boy He has not IXMJII named Misses Frances Hughes and Mary Brewer of Sturgeon Ky nru with friends in this vicinity Geo Lucas who hits boon spending several months in Joplin Mo returnee homo Saturday Spencer Abnor and wife of Clear Creek have boon visiting Mr and Mrs C I Ogg Mr A Iettiford hits eo far completes his church at Lancaster as to IMJ able to hold meetings in it Tho most stubborn cases of Bron chilis siUcomb to Cousseus Honey of Tar Prico BO ets S E Telch Jr Pros Frost mid the Kentucky Ills tory class spent Saturday visiting Cassius M Clays homo and tho site of BoonesboroLewis who was arrested Sunday on tho charge of insulting Mrs Dare Grady waived an oxamiu tion Monday and gave bond W A Gaines a prominent colored man from Louisville addressed a largo audience in tho Tnberuael on civil liberty The Glade District Republican are attending tho Yerkes Demoustra tion at Richmond today and have with them tho Beret College Band lion G G Gilbert and Hon R G Williams will speak at Bore in College Chapol next Thursday nl 2 p m and at Kingston at 7 p m the sumo day T A Robinson has added to his already complete stock a fine lino of Elgin Watches Indies and gents sizes in tho celebrated Boss cases or in silveroid if you prefer also a choice selection of nuuutinuungoods Thousands of tho most stubborn and distressing cases of piles have beet cured by Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment It never fails to cure irico 50 els in bottles tubes 75 els S E Welch Jr Miss Lenin Rnmsoy daughter of Robert Rnmsoy of this place and Mr Edward Dalton were married at the residence of tho brides parents last Tuesday morning Tho young couplo loft on tho noon train fo their future homo in Missouri God denies n Christian nothing but with n design to give him some thing boiler Cecil P TENTS ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY Notice In Inventive Age Book flow wobtala Patents DESIGNS TRADEMARKS COPYRIGHTS OBTAINED FEE jLette Madison County Glade District Republican Club hold a meeting In Hanson Hall Saturday night to mako arrangements for receiving Ex Gov Bradley on Nov Isl Col Chas Stepp of Hockaday sold to William Parks twenty head of cattle at four cents n pound Hon R W Miller addressed tho unlerriified Democracy at Jolly Ridge last Friday night A Demo cralic Club was organized with Squire IDouglas President and C F Brock Secretary Tho organization will be known as tho Jolly Ridge Beckham and Bryan Democratic Club Tho Democrats of this sec tion are awakened to tho interest of tho peoples cause About fifty nnmes wore enrolled Richmond Register Judge W H Beckner of Winches ter one of the ablest speakers in the present campaign will address the lovers ofcivil lil erly at the court house in Richmond next Saturday Tho Pnntngrph Tho Rev W F V Bartlett D D became speechless during services at the First Presbyterian Church Sunday and was carried to his homo by four deacons Pantograph At the session of County Court last Monday Judge Million sentenced Bob Gallispio col to ten days in jail and to PRY u fine of S2i5 for car rping concealed weapons Tho physicians of Madison county stet in Iho court house Snliuday afternoon anti organized the Madison County Medical Society The meet ing was called together by Dr T J Taylor who was made temporary chairman After tho object of the meeting was stated and the members enlisted oilicer were elected as follows President Dr J H Mocka day vicepresidents Drs Combs Perry Scuddor anti Smoot secretary Dr Murisoti Dunn treasurer Dr A Wilkes Smith The next meeting will bo hold at the court house on Saturday Nov 3 lion John W Yerkes will speak at Richmond today at 180 p m Musical Tim monthly recital was hold lit Music Hull last Monday tiftenioou A program of vocal and instrumental musk was given by students of tin department Prof Lodwick gave a short talk on tho beginnings of musicA class has boon organized in the Glade Church white which meets Wednesday and Saturday at 230 p m Prof Lodwick has charge of tho class Tho Glee Clubs are doing excel lent work this term and will bo heard from later Tho Harmouia Society begins the year with bright prospects Many promising voices have peon added It the chorus and the program for the Christmas Concert is being thorough ly rehearsed Nature can only feed tho haute of lifo with the food eaton which is di gesled Herbiuo will roinvigoralc a weak stomach and so improve di gestion ns to insure tho natural bloom of health Prico 50 cts S E Welch Jr GRAND CLUBBING OFFER Magazines of Reviews 250 Review ol Reviews must be a new nib crlitlon all others new or old McClures 100 Current Literature Success 100 noiThe Citizen 50 sentlip ce Cosmooittanwill be Address orders to THE C BEREA L uuOpportunity Determines Obligation If plain chaste presentation of Gospol Truth is of value wo of ought most certainly to tnaiiifesf growth in grace Her A E Thompson Cleveland Ohio is visiting Boron and has preach ed twice at tho Boroa Church onco at the Baptist Church and will preach there to night Mr Thompson occu pied tho hour usually devoted to a lecture Tuesday evening at tho Chap el ho spoke at tho regular Wed nesday night service also Tho din courses on Sunday morning and at night loco clear forceful and scrip tural presentations of the Old Old Story Tho morning subject was Faith from Luke 18 8 tho night theme Love tho text Horn f 8 At tho Baptist Church Monday night Christs Power to save to tho Utter most was tho subject treated All of tho wero to the point The preacher evidently spoko from conviction and personal experience With no effort at oratory or display of erudition the discourses were en samples of eloquent gospel truth expressed in chcste simple English and abundantly proven by tho Tho address at tho Chapel Tuesday night was more than a lecture It was n fervent appeal to our young peo plo especially to secure Victory over Temptation by sotting the Lord al ways before thom Lack of space forbids further notice other than to say Any person who listened to these discourses is most certainly under obligation to live purer and higher The wayfaring man could not have failed to under tho truths set forth Our obli gation is measured by our opportunity This Time The Girls Following is a copy of an invitation sent out Friday last to ladies only by Utilo Dulco supposed to useful mud beautiful Society You are invited to bring a light and join in a Grand Nonpartisan Torch Light Procession Moot Utilo Dulco tonight at 7 oclock East Boom Ladies Hall not arrayed in your best bib and tucker but pro par ed to bravo tho burs and sticktights and tho fury of tho elements COMMITTEE UTILE DOLCE Promptly at time and place appointed Utilo Dulco and guests gathered Tho procession was formed at first stroke of 730 boll tho Cortege with torches ablaze marched for the forest The rendezvous was near Mr Van Winkles where a hugo fire had been built upon which apples eggs chest nuts etc were roasted to satisfy the longing palates of the useful curd beautifulAlpha Zeta did tho handsome bj sending a flue box cf marshmallows as sweets to the sweet A good program was offered as fol lowsSong IIWO are all girls by the crowdAddress of welcome Mrs Yocum Response Miss McKee DISCUSSION Resolved That Coeducation is a failure Affirmative Miss Berry Negative Miss Field TOASTS AND ROASTS Boys Miss Scott Faculty Miss Frost GuestsMiss Brooks Utilo Dulco Miss Herman Grand March Good Night Song ABSQUATULATE 900 in for only 450 Review 300 900 all Borea sermons deep Word stand signify Como ALL SIXsent to one or sepa rate addresses for 12 months for 45- 0ITIZEN KENTUCKY DayTherefuted to arrougo for n fair election but hon est Democrats Republicans and others tyranyby ii7z7VII z7 V z7 i7 aJ 1 Read Reflect Act X Mr Covington of Covington Mitchell has purchased the interest of Mr Mitchell deceased from the administrators to bliSi1nessbring about this result quick than KAj i tae Extraordinary Low Prices e pAfter a careful consideration we concluded to name such on every item in our store as will cause to wonder v It has taken a great deal of courage to do this at peoplei beginning of the Fall Season But we figure on doing I mendous volume of business and at the same time feel giving mighty values that we are going to make many new lasting Customers and increase the prestige of this store for the future Now we know everybody knows that we always have W I given the best merchandise the market affords For the Fall W our stock of W Mens and Boys CIotMes Mlm Hats and Shoes C Is better stronger and More Original than ever before Of W course the early buyers will get the cream of selection and those f who grasp the opportunity now will show their good judgement Covington Mitchell Richmond Ky T A162L aW Ss E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky C F HANSONS LIVERY LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Office in Hanson Bld9ZUIO DENTAL SURGERY- A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Building Main Street Richmond Ky Telephone Ilenldr lice No 03 enceNo 00 J C MORGAN JDantal SurgeryOffice Hours 3 to 1 A M 1loS P M National Bonk Building Richmond Ky Center Street Art Gallery C I OQQ Proprietor Uptoduto Photos Nothing but the boat finish at tho low est price DO YOU SEE CLEAR IF NOT YOU MAY T A ROBINSON I Jeweler and Optician IMain Street Berea Ky Will scientifically examine your flIes FREE and then for a reasonable will fit you with spectacles that WIll enable to see clenrl Robinson sells Fine Jowohy snit Mco Novelties Robinson sets timo correct Toke your crippled clock or watch to him fLowestPrices MAIN Two Necessities For every Student Parker Jointless Fountain Pen The Students Standard Dictionary The Dictionary is compiled especially for Students and is recommended by Dr Fairchild Come and see them at College Book Store Room 3 Lincoln Hall Perry F Shrock Proprietor That Loom YARD Good Homespun Linen 40c II II Llnesey 50c Patent dies not received Old fashioned Indigo blue preferred Good Homespun Jeans 50c Dress Flannel 6Oo Good Coverlids well woven and matched from four to six dollars- It is a great thing that Berea Col lego is finding a chance for the moun tain women to get good money for homespunLadies Berea from Louis rifle and Chicago and other cities like to get things like those their grand mothers used to make And they think the homespun more beautiful as well as factorymadeWo who can spin weave or dyo Address Miss Josephine A Robinson Berea Ky Douglas Bros Latest Styl- esNNNNNN Reliable MerchantsRichmonds leading Shoe and Gents Furnishing Goods Retailers Boots Shoes Hats Caps a Gents Furnishings We wish to announce to the of Berea and vicinity that we are showing this FALL the most Complete Stock ever shown in this city As usual us everything bought here can be relied upon as being the best and the prices as being the lowest Call and see our line before buying elsewhere 207 WEST STREET Douglas Bro- sRiohmond Ky I 207 WEST MAINSTREET I 7 WAKING AT NIGHT Wfen I wake up alone at night- I fel s s If I had no eyes I stars and stare with all my might But nly blackness round me lies I Id ten for the faintest sound And though I strain with either car Th dark It silent all around Its Juit as It I could not hear But If I lie with limbs held fast A sort of sound comes like a sigh Perhaps the darkness rushing past Perhaps the minutes passing by Perhaps the thoughts lit peoples heads That keep quiet all the day Walt till theyre sleeping In their beds Then rustle out and try away Or else this noise like whirring wings That dies with the first streak of light hay be the sound of baby things All growing growing In the night Children and kittycats and pups Or even little buds and flowers Patsies perhaps and buttercups Jill growing In the midnight hours And yet It seems to me a part And nothing far away or Queer Its just the beating of my heart That sounds so strange as I lie here I do not know why this should be When darkness hides the world from sight I feel that all Is gone but me- A little child and the black night Mabel Dearmer In London Spectator VV VV I THE STURGIS WAGER f A DETECTIVE STORY By EDGAR CopjrlehtIlttbr MORETTEJ imiIititclolIf CHAPTER XXI CONTINUED Sprague rushed to the speakingtube antI whistled long nud loud after which he placed his car to the mouth pieceI hear tone one walking he such denly exclaimed The two men listened in breathless silence for an answering call Well gentlemen what can I do for youThe words came in Murdocks voice Spragues eyes met those of the re porter and saw that the last faint gUm mer of hope was gone In that swift and silent interchange of thought there was resignation to the inevitable doom and the final farewell of two brave hearts The spluttering candle gave Its last flicker and went out leaving the pris oners in utter darkness The room was rapidly filling with gas and they were beginning to feel its effects 1e can at lent complete our task before we die said Stnrgis with grim determinationOur Yes and insure Murdochs convic Lion for our murder What chance is there that anyone will ever discover our bodies since they are destined for Murdocks oblivion tank Give me your hand Sturgis re plied there is a box of matches I place It here between us within easy reach want to write n few words to the superintendent of police to ex plain matters By that time there will be enough gas in the room to produce a terrific explosion when we strike n match We can thus succeed in wrecking this place and calling at tentlon to it If I should succumb before you do do not fall to light the match While he was speaking the reporter had taken from his pocket n pad and a pencil and had Iwgun to write as rapidly as he could In the darkness Hpragues head was beginning to swim and his ears were ringing but the thought of Agnes Murdock was uppermost In his mind An explosion he exclaimed nu no that must not be What of Agnes She may be hurt Sturgis continued writing It Is the only chance there Is of bringing Murdock to justice he said firmlyBut Agnes is innocent of his crimes urged the artist in a thick voice Ills tongue clove to his palate he felt his consciousness ebbing Why should she suffer I am go ing old manI cannot hold out any longer Promise me that outhat you will notstrlkethe match He staggered and fell against the reporter who caught him in his arms His own senses were reeling lionise pleaded the halfuncon sclous man I promise answered Sturgis after nn instants hesitation It struck u chill to his heart to sec hie friend dying In the prime of youth strength and happiness Suddenly a thought flashed upon himBrace up old fellow All is not yet over The speaking tube leads to fresh nIl Here put your lips to it and breathe through your mouth The artist heard the words and made an effort to obey these direc lions With Sturgis assistance he managed to place his lips to the mouthpiece of the speaking tube A few whiffs of comparatively fresh air sent the sluggish blood coursing through his veins and gave him a new hold on life With renewed vigor came the animal instinct to light to the last for existence As the shadows of death which had been closing in upon him receded hu became conscious of Sturgis voice beating upon his cars in broken and scarcely uudlblc tones It istime last chance Stick to the tubeWhen he comessurprise him your revolver shoot before The reporter was clinging unsteadi ly to Ills friends shoulder Sprague suddenly realized that Sturgis in his turn was succumbing to the effects of the gas He sprang back in time to catch the staggering man in his arms Selfish brute that I ami he ex claimed Hero It U your turn to breathe And he pushed the reporter toward the tube Xo no said Sturgis strugglin faintly it cannot be both and yo have everything to live for But the artist was now the stronger and he succeeded in forcing his frlenc to inhale enough fresh all to restore his departing consciousness At length Sturgis with rcturniuf strength was about to renew the gen erous struggle with Sprague when suddenly the place was ablaze with the glow of an electric light lie wants to see If his work Is done whispered Sturgis to his companion Then observing that Sturgis WDS again on the verge of asphyxiation Iv continued hurriedly Fill up your lungs with all quirk quick I tell you Now drop am feign death Do as I do Suiting the action to the word Star gls threw himself upon the stone lloor face downward and lay motionless his right hand grasping a revolver con celled beneath his body Sprague after n short breathing spelt nt tbe tube followed his companions exam pieAfter a short interval there tame 1 metallic click wHIch Sturgis recognized as the sound made by the open ing of the slide in the panel of the door ut the head of the stairs A momentwhich seemed nn eter pity of suspense followed during which the prisoners felt without being able to see the cold gleam of the steel eyes of Murdock at the grating Would he enter Would he suspect the ruse Would the two men retail their grasp of consciousness and their strength long enough to make a last fight for lIfel These thoughts crowded upon the reporters brain as he lay simulating death and making a desperate effort to control his reeling senses If Murdock were coming he would have to shut off the gas and ventilati the room What was he waiting for Come Inl The words were Murdoeks as hi turned away from the grating nm closed the sliding panel An interruption which probably means death to us whispered Sturgii to his companion take another breath of fresh all old fellow wi must hold out a little longer Sprague however lay motionless and unresponsive The reporter shooV him violently and turned him ovei upon his back The artists body wa limp and Inert his eyes malt closed his face livid The reporter himself felt sick and faint But with a mighty effort hi succeeded in raising his friend In him arms and dragging him toward the speakingtube There of Midden hit strength failed him ills head swam his muscles relaxed he felt Spraguei limp form slip from hits grasp tottered reeled threw his arms wildly about him for support antI fell as the last elusive ray of consciousness was slipping away from him- CIIAITIil XXII FATHEtl AND DAUGHTER After Sprague had left her Agnew shaken by the conflicting emotions of the day had gone to her rooni to resin and to prepare for the Interview which she meant to have with her father on the subject of her love and of Chatham Having received word that Murdocl would remain in his study during time rest of the afternoon she hall taken time to reflect upon what she meant to say and how she meant to xuy it Her visit was not prompted by the desire of a daughter to confide the great happiness of her life to the lav ing sympathy of nn affectionate par cut but Agnes was punctilious in the performance of what she considered to be her duties great antI small rand she counted it among those duties to obtain or at any rate to seek the pa ternal sanction of her choice of a husband Her knock at the door of Murdock study was answered In the chemists quiet voice Come in As she opened the door Murdocl advanced to meet her He seemed 1o come from the direction of the ex tension Miss Murdock sniffed the air Isnt there u teak of gas she In quiredYes replied Murdock I hav just stopped n leak in the laboratory Wont you take a chair Agnes She felt his calm searching glance upon her and In spite of her prep aration she grew embarrassed nt was her wont In her fathers press ence Did Mr Chatham wait to see you this afternoon she asked after a momentary silence Murdock observed her narrowly Yes Chatham has been here to day I did not know that you had seen him I could not help seeing him for he forced his way into the parlor in spite Dt all the servants could do to prevent rum An almost imperceptible furrow up pea red between the chemist eyes Has he been annoying you with his attentions The words were spoken in Mur docks usual tones but Agnes saw something In her fathers eyes anti in the firm lines of his mouth which sent a cold shiver down her spine and caused her pity to go out to the un fortunate young man who had offended her Perhaps he Is more to be pitied than blamed she suggested gently My Interview with him was certainly not pleasant but I bear hlui no maliceTell me about it said Murdock slowlyAgnes gave her version of the fisH in which Instinctively the softened as much as possible the passion and brutality displayed by the account anL Murdock listened in ellenctj until she lint quite finished Then Agnes noticed that his right hand was clenched upon the arm of Ills choir with n force which caused the mus cles to stand out In lard knots She looked up into his face in sudden sur priseIlls features gave no Indication of what his feelings might be and hit voice as usual was steady and delib erateI am sorry all this should have happened Agnes As I told you yes terday I hoped to save you from this mans importunities It cannot bo helped now nut I think I mantle it clear to the gentleman that his atten tions lire as distasteful to me as they are to you As he seems to have told you he has been obliged to leave th- ecounterI understand that he has done something or other which makes lit safer for him to undertake n long journey At any rate we are well mid of him for some time to come and 1 think you need have no fear of fur thor molestation What did he mean by saying that he hind hind encouragement from you asked the young girl I nm sure I do not know That was of course n He out of whole cloth He came to me with letters of recom mendation from good friends of minI and I therefore occasionally Invited him to the house but that Is mill the encouragement he ever pot from me We live in the United States nnd nt the close of the nineteenth century The selection of n husband Is no long er performed by a stern parent hut Is left entirely to time young girl her self That is certainly my way of looking at the matter When you find the man of your choice my only function will be to give you advice If you seek it and my best assistance In any event The turn of the conversation thus suddenly brought to the surface Iho topic which occupied the young girls mind to the exclusion of all others and which for that wry reason hind been kept severely In the background up to that point That reminds me said Agtu r consciously ns a charming Hush suffused her beautiful fall that I have not yet broached the principal object of this interview Murdock observed her closely nnd walled for her to proceed But Agnes TOTTKHEIf AND HEKLED was once more laboring under strange embarrassment and could not flail words In which to frame the confidence shin was so reluctant to offer Perhaps the chemist divined some thing of the nature of what she wni struggling to find expression for Al any rate he noticed lace omburrn meut and endeavored to comic to her assistance wjth u few encouraging words spoken with unusual gentle tress Agnes engrossed with her own thoughts did not notice it but there was In his manner as near nn np proach to tender wistfulness as his nature was capable of At last the young girl seemed to gather courage nnd she was about to speak when there was n knock upon tie door Plaze sur there do be two gin tlemln in the hull Who are they Mary Shure thin sir I dtinno linrrin1 was uvcm do be n polaccmun Did they ask to see me They did not stir shore they asked If Mr Chapman was III Mr Chatham YIs stir Anti I told Vm ho Will here this afthcrnoou anti I wild see wuz he here now fur aint been him go yit Well Mary you see he hua Jour since he is no longer here said Mine dock quietly Take the gentlemen Into time parlor and tell them shall be with them In u minute All right sur After the maid had left the room the chemist rote from his chair and walked toward the door leading to tlie libraryIf uu will excuse me for a few minutes Agues I stub see what them men want Walt for me here ILyuu will I shall be back directly So saying he noiselessly opened the folding doors mad passed unto the II brnry closing the doors carefully be hind him Freed from the presence of her fn ther Agnes almost Instantly rcgnincil her composure She hUll not how ewer hind much time to collect hr thoughts when she was suddenly Mai t ltd by n loud shrill whistle whlrh brought her to her feet In Mara Well She asked the question In anxious tones as if realizing that life noel death were in the balance Then the placed her ear to the mouthpiece At first she could not make out the words spoken by her invisible In terlocutor Then gradually they fell upon her tar with terrible distinct and she Mood spellbound ns In Ines5 nightmare with sudden ter in her staring eyes sad with the fearful sense of imyaUnce In her trams bUng limbs CHAPTER SXin TilE BPEAKINQ TUBE Nature has unplanted in cvcry oat of Its living creatures from Uie top to the bottom of the scale the strongest of oil Instinct that of self preservatlou AM Sturgli fell forward nnd clutched wildly at the nlr his hand struck the stone wall ol the square chnmbett No conscious inv prcsslon was made upon his brain bj the contact but automatically hit fingers tightened as they slipped ovci the smooth surface Ills right hand struck nn obstacle and closed upon it In the convulsive grip of n dying mil Then n sudden gleam of consclouKiicsi swept across his sluggish brain it was the speaking tibc He clung to it with the ffllntllt ol his strength mud eagerly placed hh lips to the mouthpiece For n few min mites he drank in with avidity the revivifying draughts of nlr which grad unity brought him back from the hrlllk ofdeathWith returning consciousness the thought of his dying friend recurred tc him in nil its vividness He tried tc go to his assistance lint he was ski and faint and his limbs were powerless to respond to his will Thru nt last he was seized with utter despair and guise up the struggle lie had sunk dejectedly upon the chair when a faint nnd Indistinct mur mar us of distant voices bent upon huh ears whose natural acuity ncnud ex traordinarily Increased by the long nervous tcnxlon under wiich he hind been The ruling passIon Is strong In death without knowing just why lit did so Sturgls found himself again at the spenkiug tube endeavoring to heat the conversation the sound of which evidently came from Munlocks olllce lie could barely llNtlnguish a wON here and there limit hr recognized the timber of one of the voices It was the chemists nnd his Interlocutor wall n woman perhaps hlsdaitghtcr If only he could reach Agnes Murdock with sonic word or signal in suspense he held hula ear to the mouthpiece occasionally taking n breath of fresh air to renew hit he take the chances nnd shout in the hope of catching the young girls attention If he whistled Mur dock would answer htmsclfnnd the last chance would be lost hut would she hear a shout 1 And If she did would not her father prevent her from render Ing nay nxslstnnce Yet what other chiince was there Poor Sprague wa dying jwrhap already dead There was no time to lose tTe Bs Continued THE TIMELY SERMON Our Tlml AVn rnirrninlllnlrill Irllvrrnl nt real Kiiritir to tic Irmrlirr Thoreau said that once having occa lion to borrow nn ax from Kmerson jhc took It hack sharper than he re ceived It Although he may do less voluntarily ban Thoreau the borrower habitually pays Intercut and enlllmrntl4A shy nervous clergyman says the late lllshop How was once nuked to fill the pulpit of a sick friend for which purpose lie hastily borrowed a clearly written sermon headed The Value of Time lie got on very well in the pulpit till he came to n sentence saying that an the parish lad no town clock it was his Intention to present one Being too nervous to skip the sentence he did actually present the promised clock which cost him mar J300 Under like circumstances relate Youth Companion another wheat first discovered in the pulpit that the manuscript sermon from which he was preaching had keen prepared upon the occasion of n farewell The allusions to the event being too numerous to be omitted the vicar spoke boldly of the close of his IS years ministry reduced ninny of his congregation to tears nnd put his wholly unpremeditated resignation Into effect An Ohio minister on the contrary some years ago decided to close n long pastorate The carefully concealed satisfaction of his congregation funnel expression n farewell reception and a silver waterpitcher with laudatory addresses All this so touched the heart of the recipient that he ex claimed My dear people I will not leave ouland there he Is to hiday Knrly X csv York Pollcr In 1058 Xcw York had in all ten watchmen In New England at the same time the constables and watch were nil carefully appointed by low says the Albany Argus They carried thick stoics hlx feet long tipped with brass mud hence were called hits staves the night watch awns called a tell man lie looked out for tire nnd thieves and other disorders anti called time time of the night and the weather The pay was small often Ituta shillings night and occasionally n coat of kersey In large towns as Boston and Salem 13 sober honest men nnd lousclioldcrs were the night watch The highest in the community omen the magistrates took their turn at the watch and were ordered to walk two together a young man with one oi the soberer sort Will lie n Wnmua Henpecks baby is tonguetied hey say Is he going to have its onguc cut looloel No ho says ho dont think ho will- It is a girl Philadelphia Bulletin CtItlnlfJ IUI I will make you walls the elmulkl ex Inlmcd the angry customer lilt he led be milkman through the stream of pilled milk Baltimore America THE TURN OF LIFE The Most Important Period in aIWomans ExistenceMrs John son Tells How She Was Helped t Over the Trying Time cRARLOTTE JOHNSON Owing to modern methods of living not one woman In ft thousand ap this natural change without experiencing a train of very symptomsThose surging to time heart until It seems ready to burst and tho faint feeling that follows sometimes with chills as If the heart were going to stop for good are only a few of the symptoms of a dangerous nervous trouble Time arc out for assistance The cry should bo heeded in time Lydia li PlnkhamV Vegetable fompouml was prepared to meet the need of woman system nt this trying IX of her life following letters are guaranteed to be genuine and true and still further prove what a great medicine Lydia U Ilnkhanii Vegetable Compound Is for womenMar 11St1i DRAn MRS PIXKIIAM I have been sick for n long time I was taken sick with flooding All my trouble seemed to bo In tho womb I nolio all tI time nt tho lower part of the womb fin doctor says tho womb U ooerltl- with ulcers I suffer with a pain on the left side of my lack over time kidney 1 am fifty years old and passing through tho change of life Ple M advise mo what to do to get relief Would like to hear from you as soon as possible Mns CIIAIILOTTK Joiixsox Mouclovn Ohio Jan M W9 I have been taking your remedies and think they haro helped mo n great deal I had been In lied for ten weeks when I began taking our Vcgutnblo Compound but after using it for a short time I was able to be up around tho house The aching in tho lower part of womb has left me flue most that troubles mo now In the flowing That fa not so bad but still there Is n little every I am not discouraged yet and shall continue with our medicine for believe It will cure IUIMus CiiAiuorri Jouxsox MonclovaOhloApril I send you this letter to publish for time benefit of others I was for about nine so that could not do my work For three month I could not sit up long enough to have my bed made I had tlvodlffercnt doctors nail all said there was no help for me My trouble was change of life suffered with ulceration of the womb pain In sides kidney and stomach trouble hack ache headache and dlulnca 1 am well and strong and fell liko a new person My recovery Is a perfect surprise to everyltudy that knew mo I owe all to I dim Vegetable Cumptnmd would not du without your IDCtllclno for anything Thieve is no need of woken suffering so much If they would take your for they are a sure ouruMns CiiArUtTTKJ- OIINAOX Monclova Ohio When one stops to think about the good Mrs Johnson derived from Mm Pinkhamit advice and medicine It seems almost beyond Ixlief yet It Is all true as stated In her three letters published aliove at her own request As a matter of positive fact Mrs Plnkham hiss on tile thouiuindu of letters from women who have been safely carried through that danger period Change of Life Mrs Johnsons cure Is not an unusual ono for Mm rink hams medicine to accomplish 15000 nrWAHO We bdellttOt with the Nation CII link of ITtin fnewhich wilt tw lj to aa nwhocanmind limit sheaii Inlimonltl Itlert Ilrmillion WALTHAM WATCHES Over twentyfive years ago the American Waltham Watch Company stated that 350000 Waltham Watches are speaking for themselves in the pockets of the people Today EIGHT MILLION Waltham Watches are in use throughout the civilized world I The Perfected American Witch tn Illustrated book of Interesting information about watches will be sent free upon request American Waltham Watch Company Waltham Mass WNCHESTERII No bUck powder nhtllon the market compare with the NEW RIVAL In unl formlty and strong shooting qualltle Sure sad wcterproot Jet the genuine WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS Nsw Hate Conn tp SyrupCuresand Bronchitis in n few days Why then risk Lonsum ImtIon Oot Dr Dulls Cough Syrup Dont bo imposed upon 1L fuRO tho dealers substitute It id not ns good as Dr UullH Salvation cures Rheumatism and all Pain Price 13 and 29 cents H nIJADEI8 OF TillS rArnIu- xaimtlNO TO ICY ANYTIIIKO- AlVKIITISED IN ITS COLCIN8- tillOULO INSIST UPON IIAVINO- WIfAT TIIKY ASK ton IIEILSISfI ALL bUllilTIrt11t1 Ull IMITATIONS Ira You n in Jturiihamn Hasty Jellycon will ritisfar torily answer the question what sushi wo have for dessert today You have the choice of six delicious flavors orange lemon strawberry raspberry peach wild slurry and the plain calfifoot for making wine and coffer jellirft Every where Itljcoa ii having a jrge tale Your grocer cl s it j JOHN SHERMAN DEAD Ills Extreme Enfeebled Condition Refused to Yield to Treatment 11Apd NUImiimii 11ay nt Ills Llama In Wnililngluii llrlS- Moiuliiy Morning Vaahlngton OCt 22Thr condition of exScHretiiry Sherman xluiwed n de oldcd chiingt for the worst Sunday ami It was not bellcUtl In would HUT vivo thin night Saturday night was a very hlldOliO for him sad hi filled to reenter tiny of hU Htrength ilur lug tin tidy hours of the niornlnjj which elmrnctcrlKlli of the early pcricxl of the frit leal stage of hula litknrxN Ills naturally extirinolv eu fccblctl condition rffiuva to yield to KXHUellUTAHV JOIIS KIIKIIMAN the trenlnient gitrn him anti he Is KralHtilly Mliiklng However he fciWN 11 Ill oltll vllnlity for a iiiiii of bin nge Dr W W Hihn oii cumr to the Image rnrly In thr evening bud U In iiiiiNttint Hltendiiiirr lo relieve the tired of the dylns tins A tiiituber of the rrlolvrs gnthered at the house on Ialntt olshlite IrHiiklln wpmri during Uie iMcnlng of the more tilt hfRtf of whom riinnlnH at the patientAtimin wan Ntlll shire A t fI n in Sherman wms still alive Istot death win inoiiientarily expected Joke SherniHii tiles at 045 n in- LAID TO REST llrmnlii of hut Vllllnni U WlUnn- n rrrril In Ihr rnnill lul H- iClinrleilimn V Vn Clmrleitown W Vn Oct OThe rrinalnit of the lute Wllllmn U VII non iioMuifMlrr seneril In Ircnldent lle elnndH cnlilnd Null president ol VnnhlnKtun aunt leo utihersilly ol Lexington Vn who died Hiiihlenlj Ur lnei lHy were Iwhl to cwt Kri iltiv In the family lot nt lUlRrlilll rem rt iy The fwiienil mIll Clrrl11 front Miiftun 110011 in id the proowt vlo i to hi buryliifr ground started NMIH after The eortcfje was corn pOMil of lohti KOWHII ramp tonfed ernti Votcniim inlnliiterN of the got psi11uhuIgtou end fee nnivrmlly tiideiitn Ill bonrtm ihe unUeridt fatally nnd tnihlre the fninlly ex Irmlilcnt Clevtlnnd lion loadorf StnniH nnd other dlhtliigilUhrd fist tors- f The city ens throncnl situ11si torn who hnd rune to pity their lnnt tribuln to the memory of sue of Vlr plnlnn imihl IHiiiitrloiiH flllenn At the rrgnpst of the dcciniied the cere monira at the grave were very him pits YOUTSEY FOUND GUILTY Thr Jur Irrrrllir Idle liiiirlmiii audit Site Ilir Prlmiiirr An t t pest Will HP TnUen Ocorfjetown Ky Oct 2tIhl Jury In the Henry It Yont l trill for the murder of Kciiulor uOjlI rctiirmd yrrdht of guilty and fixed the pun iHhment nt life ImprlMinmeiit owl tug toY tseyn condition Imlj unlrlll will nut piss SHnliMict until the next term of iourtl- uilKP Anhow for the difendnnt tiled two Mittens tine unking rill n slay of judgment nllijjluj Unit the facts charged do not coimtllnte n public nffpiinr nnd nnlln Unit stay of judgment bo grunted until Inquiry cuts be mndi Into the prissier Niiitlly Judge Ill III rill orderisl tin mot loin Hied fur lien rng till ocrond day ol the IVIirimry tern of court In IIOI lie onlpreil the prlHonvrM rcinnral to Ihc Kninklin county jail for snit keeping lilt Ir Open HIP Snfr- NcMiiln Mo Ont 110Ihc Tarsiers lank WIIH iMitinil by three iiniHkrd turn Prlilny liefon hilt They blew the wife mud it In Mtitcil soured nlMiul 1UII mutable Win Mnron who bcnnl the cxpliiHlon ii rid Into the durkncsiK to nlnriii tin town The nililicrn returned tin fire killing the voiinliibli instantly SherllT ICwing with a POKNP nnd bloodhounds Imme dlnlcly stnilcil In inrsiiri oC the roU bTH Mexico promises to be n Inrge factor In the orange mnrkeln within n yenror tO1I1C the ilevelopiiient of grove there hiiHrecentlybeen tuikenuperylargely ZII Is sold by nn iiuthorlty In the trade that by 1003 n large part of our ornujfen will come from Mexico Mngarn Knlln In the latent city to adopt voting machines The list now Includes KufTnlo Itochester Syracuse and u dozen of the sturdier clues ot the alo o11esothe result of the election in the Um plre state will be obtainable early or the evening of Novemoer 6 H CONGER INSTRUCTED First Meeting of the Plenipotentiar ies Will Relate to Credentials Iollotvlnu flits Will Conic the llrn- lunnlltin nf Irncp niiimlnnluiirrN- In CniiiliKl lln 1 cuiitliilliinii nf the Inrninl lrrnli Vnnhington Oct 2S Nothing mute to thin ktate department Sunday from Minister Conger in regard to the pro posed preliminary meet Ing rill the coiiMileratlon of peace ncgolIalloiiH asked for by II Hung Chang nnd Vrlnce Chilijr for October 20 The priKUinptlon of the onielaU there fore in that tho press dUputchcM an nouncing that II had been poxtponcd is correct This postponement Wits duo probably to the imreiidlneM of the i owprn generally to begin nego tint louts the minuter In nil likeli hood not hinting received their flnnl preliminary liiKtriiclloiiN from their gnee starlit for thrlr guldanci The flitted States mllllKler Mr Conger Is prepared lo proceed with the preliminary work bis Instrue Hans from the slate deparlmeiit be- Ing ample to imver nil questions Which It IH expecled will be nilse nt the beginning AN IH underHlood lucre the Initial meHIng will relate mainly to the verltlcntloli of the crcdcntinlfl of the Chlnoxe tilelilpoteiillaries lloth 11 Hung Chang nnd Irince Chlng nro III Peking but the two great xoiithcrn viceroys are Hiippooed to be ntlll In tholr own provliiecM Conference with theta by the Melee now In Peking will largely by telegraph Follow ing the verification of credential will come the this lgnallnit of plenipoten tiaries by bin government to conduct HID formal negotiations but an to tholr personnel till oniclals lucre are not yet willing to make any Mate inrnlWashlnglon Oct 2lJhc slate de partlupnlhurts received n copy of Hie Angloliertiiaii ngrcement regarding Chlnn published In Ixindon It was sent lo the iliparlinclit by Count de Quad Ihe Herman charge dalTnlres Who earlier In the day hitch received It by telegraph from Count von hut low the Uermnli chiineellor at Merlin The illicit vprxlon Is IdentltHil In tenus with that nlrcndy publlsheil sad It communicated to our got ernment Ill h ClIIIn formal letter of trtm mU iou Count de Qundt Is very mulch gmlineil over tic agreement between the power nud bellevcM It iiujriirs well for the prompt beginning of IMfI re negotliiiloiis In Chino Nothing hits yet collie to tour gut ernment from Ihe American cmbaiwy ut Iterlln louehiii the agreement be tavern Cermany and Knglnnd the feeling on the subject of state depart ment illicit U was made known in the press iIIAlnIelucs the document giving Very general satisfaction end being revognled as in line with the altitude of the Inlted Slate toward China its already deflned by Secntnrv Hay anti by other gait puwcrw The note issued by the Itrltlsh for ngretnuiltIspernlauentlatcrnallonl littoral China should remain open to Iegitluull0ferntionals of till countries The two gov ernment agree to uphold the suns theyflare2 The governments of irlllt llrlt ain and of Gernanyahll not advan tage IhfintchcN of territory on ac count of present complications 3 In 11tIIM of another Inner us bog the complications to obtain ter rllornl nutngtps nnder tin form whatever Kngland and Oenminy will conic to thus preliminary understand log as to tilt eventual steps lo be tak en to protect their own Interest In Chlnn Kngland old Cermany will invite the powers especially Austria Kninee Italy Inpmi Kushla and the United States to nccpt the principles of thin agreement Victoria Ii C Ocl 88 According ShsuiighulMercury llonnn way tortured four hours by Cblne e Ills body was dismembered piece by piece and he was disembow eled Two priests were covered with coil oil imil placed In sticks which were then set afire Others were frightfully tortured Three thousand converts led by Treneh priests while they were defending their church were massacred Killed II n Knl Quincy III Oct 38 Joseph 1rnlUs nex piiper min of Tennessee who wrote under lle name of HII IIA mond was killed by flllllllJirlllll a third story window of the Occidental hotel Tbe presumption Is that he fell asleep on the window slit as the body was found in Ihe lintel alley Sunday morning arrayed In night clothes The skull was crushed Tal Ins was about 1 years old anti un married As Is well known some metals lire inimitable for costing while others like Iron eon readily bcvcant in any de sired shape The property of casting well IIIIIhl to depend upon whether the metal contracts or expnndon Kolldlfy lug from the liquid form Iron like water expands In solidifying and hence the solid metal may be seen float ing in the liquid iron about It The ex pansion muse it to fill the die Into which it is poured and so It can be east easily Gold and silver contracts in cooling and therefore are pot stubble for casting THB SUNDAY SCHOOL fcrunn In the Inierunllonnl Serin for October US 1DOO Tlir Prodl- gut Ion Prepared by II C fnlnKtotiJ TUB LKB8ON TEXT Luke 151124 And he mold A certain man had two eons And the younger of them said to his father Father give me tin portion of goods that falleth to me And hu divided unto them hla living And not mnny days after the younger finncotlif red all together and took his Jour hey a tat country and there wasted lilt lubntahce with riotous living 14 And when he had spent all there arose a mighty famine In that land and he be tan to he In want And he went and joined himself to n citizen of that country and he sent him Into hli llrlds tb reed swine And he would rain have Oiled hit belly with the husk that the swine did pat and no man gave unto him And when ha came to himself he said How many lured servants of my fa theri have bread enough and to spare and I perish with hunger IS I will arise and go to my father and will ray unto him Father I have sinned against leaven and before thee And am no more worthy to be called IhlOll make int one as of hired serv ants And he arose and cams to his father nut when he was yet a great way ort his father taw him and hall companion and tan and felt tin his neck nnd kissed him 21 And the son said unto him Father I have sinned agalnlt Heaven and In thy tight and am no snore worthy to be called thy son tE Hut Ihalher uld to his servants Itrlhg forth the best robe and put It on him and put a thug bri his hand and shoes On his reel andkillFor thus my son was dead and Issueagalni he was lost and Is found And they began to be merry u011ex 1ISII trill itrUe ninl au- tu uy fntlirr lukr IBIS NOTES AND COMMKNTB The parable of thin prodigal son U one of n group of parable uttered by Jesus shunning hIIlIcI when It wits a dusty to receive siuDera lust it U snore than that It la a declaration of the futherhooil of lod unit Ills mi thanking lute fur the belngn lie bus created tESBON ANALYSIS Th Prodigal HonII 1111 ills WandrrlngM ty1311-A Dlsartrotm Izperlence1A 1618 ITISillsThe Elder Son Vs 26K The 1rcxllgul SonThe eleventh verse gives a picture o a happy home with a father and his two sons us the central figures The father was prosperous Inca The elder son at cepteil Isle place in the home and set tied down to Ha routine ol work anil testlessace the world ills VnnderlngShortly the younp cr SOil went away front horse stint for a time lost himself in riotous liv ing A Disastrous Experience The cur tain is bound to tall and when It fell seta the riotous time In n fur coun try the prodigal found nil the lights guile out the good fellows gone none of the cheer left anti famine facing him to that he was glad to M cure the most menial employment nail would have eaten even the stuff with which he fed the swine A Sensible llesolutlon MUforlnnr nnd suffering are thus only things that bring some people to n sober view of life When the young tams came to take this sober view came to his teal self and taw things as they were he knew something hud to be done TIe contrast between hN fathers lux urious home and this twine pen came to him He had been a son In the horn now he would gladly be a east ant there I he thought no Conner eamo than the resolution formed self We cannot but think of the struggle that must have taken place within him on the way back He would hove to acknowledge defeat meet the Criticisms and censorious glances of hula old lilliI friends and even the auger perhaps of his own father Ills Iteturn Home and Welcome What must have been the surprise of the prodigal not to hoe tact the recep tion he expected ills fattier showed no anger but recognized him n great way oft and ran and fell on his neck and kissed him This U a plot tire of ho Heavenly Father We may know that we merit rebuke but once the decUiou is made to return to Him He shows JIll boundless love He utters no cr sure but Is even more glad to receive us than we are to turn from the way of sin to the paths of life and righteousness The Elder Son There are ninny of him In the world Note that his gen oral course was n right oneshut lie spoiled It all by one little mean net He refused to rejoice for the return of his brother He lacked that love which makes every service a joy The right way had been to him thus best way be cause it had been the most expeditions There Is nothing to show that he stayed at home because he loved the old place or to be with his father Ills feeling was no better thou hind been the younger sons Hut he profited by his foresight while his brother lost all he hail The younger gained in Its place a love for hli home and hula father Note too that the fathers altitude had changed toward neither ton He welcomed the younger because he lend been a long time absent but for the ungracloiiMiefs of the elder ton he had only words of kindness He situ ply said All that Is mine Is thine Ilnnts Hum Illut There Is room In Gods sympathy for nil our sorrows Clods power Is given only for Gods purposesThe of the world ought to belie lenders of men The world must judge the kingdom of heaven by Its citizens There Is 110 faith without the co operation of heart and head If men do all for the glory of God lie will do oil for the good of man- U makes much difference whether a man has great desires or whether he desires jrvalpets Itains I9rrI Military Anlontntilteiii The immense advantages presented by au tomobile have had a t fascination for worldurgemilitary automobile In War as in every uses the The beslhieldwith which to protectthe storm ach is Hostellers Stomach Hitters It is a certain cure for constipation indigestion dyspepsia and s and prevents ma fever and ague 1npn 11ns Penning Hie Inumlrr thedoorsometimes site gave answers to whoever might there ttsat were curious One day aundrwas ready Noelse t 0papa has got it onCldcago Chronicle- A TlinnUful Woniiin On September 21 1000 Mrs Anna E Hartley of 1823 Haymdler Street Cin Inati Ohio wrote Ily a were sore ever sluice I was eleven ears old ily par tried everything they could used all the Eye Doctors and the could not do as much as relieve me Ieelida at times would have ulcers on them caus ing terrible lJin to I could neither sleep nor work and leeches were put on my head and temples to draw the blood aa from my IYIP your wonderful Lotion has cured me and been well now for more than live years am never without it at home and have been recommending it to dozens of sufferers because it cured me and cannot thank you too much for wont it hiss done for inc your dragnet does not keep it end Solon Ialinrr 374 Pearl Street Jiew York tot ramplv of Lotion and Iiolioii Kotip ilrnl UnIt nf llrr IcirC She as her lover Is about to start on journey round the world My dear Adolf will be true td use when you are lar- awa7r 1romise me that you will write me from every town you visit He Oil A is it love that prompts you to say this Ada swear to you r all love me or ire you merely collecting foreign postage stamps Stray Stories Iliiineiirckcrs H onr lim Tickets To nearly all in the United States on sic at all ticket ethos of the Chicago Jrrt WtUrn iUilnav on the tim and thud Tuedsys of October NoveniVr xnd lJnfiiib r tit the very low homrsukei rile of one tare pin 2fJO for tllr ruudt- rip TUkei good for return withm 21 tin frmii rtte of sale Tritons cuatetn prating a lrp will save lIIoneI lamst on shy Great 1lesletn obtaining detail inforinHlion regarding the home seekers rites or r II Lord k T A 113 Adam St Chicago Modol Her Fathtr And I pose you aspect if consent to let lout lute my daiiKh UT that wil set you lii bit nusa and make you tint Mr tsiplcitili No I really havent any extravagant ex In nttona as that Im willing take lien Just for my board and Spare Moments iluinele on the line of the Chicago best Western lly in Illinois Iowa Minhetota and MiMOiiri Firnt cnss open ins in plowing tnt ns for all ktrids of bui nex and for Our lust in eludes locations for HUckHiiths Doctors Dre maker Furniture Jrsin and Live S IOIk lliiver General Merchandise Hard was Harne Tailors Cold Sti rage Creameries and Canning Factories Write fuliv in retard to your reouiremenl so that sTmay advise inlllIiltlf1f tddress tndutrialgentl G W fly cal Kndkolt St Paul Minn What wholesome truths asked the Sab taughtbyserious child with Ihc tall brow did not reply Its hard to keep a good man down Hut merely know remarkabeislleKl fur the lloivelM- Xn matter what ails you headache to a lourboaelacute ou without rt gripe or pain produce easy natural nuiveinent tout mi Jut 10 rent tn startgetliag tnur health back Ca cnrcts Candy Cathartic the genuine put up in metal boxes every tablet line C Mumped mi it IltIII of imitations He insulted ml rite exclaimed lie contradicted me in IImut brutal way What have you to say lo that IIIlrJIh- at is to HI Jeradmirl hi nave of tourae answered Mr Meekly Chicago Post There should be Ire worrying about what the iiiiwcn Iwsin utoic nd more care of the health lo bo niche to tinlie work it brings to everyone Alehison Ciiobc Tlir tteal riM rlilliin fur riillU tad FVrcr U Imttlo of UiinvnN TJISTIXEM IniuToxif It s ilinilylrnuuudqiiliiluRln uluhiolciisform No euro no pay 1lieeS0c Nothing 1oingllcrnstetnlots der news man Flauuki with paper Oh nodding lo uak of two file alarms undt sefcn snail firrs1on Topics To Cure n Catch In One 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each town Take no iihilllulrl lien on hirloc W U Poucliithoriwithntm sod prirt iltrapra ea bottom yout dealer wtlt ool jet Iktm for you dlrtcl la tifloiT fntlmlnf pie tit cstra tor uriceht kind oUnlb die end width or lot Our then will rttth you anjwhtrt Oatalof Fro Y1 DuufluaMliueCu llrocktun Alms Top Snap CIIIli able known GUNS thoughtS3or FISHTACKLEI paW lL4 i rIDTC- OuadaiMc tillt newnrp iif Ointments for Cnlnrrli Tlinl Ciinlnln Mrrrur- ya mercury will surely destroy the n n1 ot smell and completely derange the whole as s when entering it the Item should never aced rxeent on prescription fruits refutable an an they dwssiblyderivemanufactured by F1 Cheney Co Toledo no mer nry ani is taken internally acting directly upon the Wood and mucous surface of system In hllineI hails Catarrh Cure he get cn nine It in taken internally and made In Toledo Ohio liy V J Cheney 4 Co Testi monials free Sold bv Druggists price 75c bottle lUlls Family Pill are best Seeking the DetailsIle died of heart failure said the doctor Of tcnr e of course returned the perverse lIIan every bode that but his heart failt OfThllll do thus thoughtless ever make trouble for the learned Chicago 101ltI Each o of PCTXAMH FAPELERS DTrscnlnemore thnn other dye anti colors them better too told by all druggists jUtbcant luck Plos Cure in thin best medicine we ever used for all allection of the throat and- lungeWm O Kmlsley Vanburcn Ind Feb 10 1000 ITh Ilea was probably the original back biter Chicago ewa Tit sweet to kino is Kiirnc Gum to chew watzAllySloper ableprep8ralionrorAs1slmitating Promotes DigcslionChccrfuF ness and JtestContains neither OpiumMorphine nor 1ura iorNARCOTIC OflTf4HlZLPlTCHEHJi Sdi ewlItCtbmgdi RepYJ ec1 11onS0urStoinrthDiarrhoca WormsConvutsionsFcvcrlshncss Facsimile Signature of I NEW YORK EXACT copy OF WRAPPER J 0 J I own 3 1 Fur and Thl remedy has been by some of our physicians of ts the Dot Itcmedy rut on the APPLY loll FUKK SAMPLK- 3s c3 a I0801 404 Clselssitl 0 A ciui br 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In thiS pupcr 0THE CITIZEN A Weekly The only Newspaper published In I HIM A KENTUCKY OCTOBER 25 1900 The Debating Society Suggested Program for First Meeting Call to order by the teacher or one of the trus tees of the dlKtrtct SongMy Country See next column tn the CITIZEN Election of temporary chairman and secretary by a show of hands Election of committee of three to report at next meetingnona form of Constitution and l y the chairman of a person tn Klre at the next meeting a rending or declama lion and another to give an essay on I The characteristics be seen In the por trait of Viuhlngtcm Soc frontispiece In the book the Young Citizen or II Whal are the things which make a coun try great Read the Foreword In the Young Citizen or III The Benefits vf a Literary and Debating Society Let the temporary chairman also appoint two persons to affirm and two to deny one of the tot lowingI that the people ought to own and manage the railroads na they do the post otnees See Chap I of tho Young Citizen II Krfottnl that the sheep Is a more useful animal than the dog III Kuotnd that England Is Justified In sub duing the South African lit public These arrangements for a good meeting next week having been made It Is recommended there t of the time be given to extempore exercises The Chairman may call1lloOn each iwrwn present to speak three minutes upon one of the follow ing subjects What would you do If you should Inherit five hundred dollars Describe the but speech or sermon you ever heard Suggestions for a second meeting next week Lifes Little Day One secret ofa sweet and happy Christiau life is learning to live by tho day It is the long stretches that tire us We think of life as a whole running on for us Wo can not carry this load until wo are threescore and ten We cannot fight this battle continually for half a century But really there are no long stretches Life floes not come to us allat one time it comes only a day at a time Even tomorrow is never ours until it becomes today and we have nothing whatever to do with it but to pass it down a fair null good inheritance in todays work well done and today life well lived It is a blessed secret this living day by day Anyone can carry his burden however heavy till night fall Anyone can do his work however hard for one day Anyone can live sweetly patiently lovingly and purely till the sun goes down And this is all that life ever means to usjust one little day Do todays duty fight todays temptations end do not weaken and district your self by looking forward to things you cannot see and could not understand if you saw them God gives us night to shut down tho curtain of darkness on our little days We can not see beyond Short horizons make life easier and give us one of the bles sed secrets of brave true holy living British Weekly For all fresh cuts or wounds in either the human subject or in animals as a dressing Ballards Snow Liniment is excellent while for sores on working horses especially ifslow to heal or suppurating its healing I t qualities are unequaled Price 25 and rill cts S E Welch Jr WAXTEDACTIVK MAN OK teen CIIAK acter to deliver and collect in Kentucky for old established manufacturing wholesale house Sluo a year sure pay Honesty more then experience required Our reference any hank In any city KiiclosesctfadArtwed stamped onveloi Manu facturers Third Floor Si St Chicago I AMERICA 63 43 8 linos H CAHEY Atntrifa My country t Is of then Swevt land of liberty Of then I sing IiMitl where ray fathers died Ijiril of the pilgrims pride From every mountain side tat freedom ring 2 My native country thee raid of the noble free Thy name I love I love thy rocks and rills Thy wood and tempted little My heart with rupture thrills Ilkc that above Mason County Mnysvlllc Uncle Henry Gibbs an old respcted citizen of Mason county died near this place a few days ago- James Johnston and William Fortie o1 Philadelphia were guests of Miss Margaret Robertson recently Hon W A Gaines addressed a large audience Weduesdy evening in tho interest of Civil Liberty The teaching of vocal music lately introduced in tho public school is being conducted with much success The Y M C A under tho super vision of Prof T A Reid ought to be well attended every Sunday even ing by the young men- The river is very low at this point and rain is very much needed Rockcastle County Dlsptitanta We are heaving fine weather Messrs Hammond tad Short ad dressed tho Republicausat Climax Thursday night and at Hammond school house Friday night Messrs Lambert and Cope have added a grist attachment to their sawmillWe Mr Yerkes will receive a good strong vote from this precinct There was a largo crowd at the Teachers Association which mot at Brush Creek Church last Saturday Tho people of the neighborhood ox tended most bountiful hospitality to all visitors A good program was offered and Will evidently appreciated by the audience Bourbon County Mlllersbiirg Quito a number from this place attended the funeral of Mrs Jas Lila at Cyuthiana Sun dayL D Henderson writes from Can ton Mo that ho likes his new home very much Mrs Mary Burrell died Monday after a long sickness The funeral was at the Methodist Church con ducted by Elder D H Boweu Elder Stafford Campbell of Lex ington is conducting a meeting at the Christian Church Miss Allio Mitchell of Carlisle spent Sunday with Miss Mattie Green Mrs Charlotte Turnoy is at the bedside of her brother Mr Bruco Al- Ien of Paris Mr George Dunson purchased the Nelson property Saturday Mrs M J Duncan at Carlisle this week A BOON TO MANKIND I DRTABLERS BUCKEYEPILE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS 6077360 CEI TS r I AqOs Solo Proerletor 3lOMf T LOUIS Ha VORMSl Correspondence WHITES MoitlnQuantltr Vest In Quality I For 20 Years Has Led ell Worm Remedies PIIETl1wE CURE INTERNALand EXTERNAL CREA- MVERMIFUCEI UUUBB07aa Z3 y aXIL axe vc ca X iii oro rrpd by JAMES F BALLARD sISold by S E WELCH Jr j 3 Ict music swell the breeze tad ring from all the trees Sweet freedom wng- let mortal tongues awake Let all that breathe partake let rocks thrlrsllcncc break The sound prolong our fathers Oral to thee Author of HlKTty- To hive we slog lung may our land be bright With freedoms holy light Protect us by thy might Unmet iod our lang SAMIKL FIUNCM Garrard County emit Lick Col F W Zoigler made an able speech hero in the interest of Prohibition The schools at Paint Lick Lowell and Manse lire closed on account of diphtheria in tho neighborhood A V Estridgo is suffering with something similar to lagrippe Henry Moore is building a dwel ling house near his store There was a house covering and quilting party at the residence of Undo Harvey Thompson last week Protracted services are in progress at Fairview Church Mr Tom Palmer and Miss Lula Burke were married the 16th Rev J R Howes of College lull offici ated There were one hundred and twenty invited gues- tsJackson County Kerby Knob John W Cope was ill Oenrn Saturday William Jones and Joseph Hays are in Winchester this week on busi ness Miss Agnes R ticker while on her way to Berca Sunday was thrown from her horse but not seriously hurtThe Sundayschool organized at the Parks School house has just re ceived a library of books through the influence of Mrs Smith and Miss Mary Baker The Sundayschool Kerby Knob is expecting a library soon Many thanks to the ladies for their noble work Miss Eva Click who is teaching school at Indian Springs cane hone Friday evening and will stay until Sunday evening her school is pros pering There will be a poke supper at the Kerby Knob School house Saturday night Oct 20 Time purpose is to obtain a library for tho School Rev Jas Parsons preached at tho Baptist Church Saturday and Sun day There were two members add ed to the Church Wm Taylor Powell gave tho young folks a Social last Saturday evening Clover Itotton Little Ray son of H N Dean is seriously illof diphtheriaThe School Convention at Pnnola Madison county was at tended by some of the folks from this neighborhood Joseph Hays has purchased H II Hatfields buggy The Civil Liberty Club meets at the Baptist Church at Kerby Knob every Thursday night Robert Dougherty and Miss Lot tie Parks will be received into time Baptist Church at Kerby Knob Sun day Nov 11th Miss Ellen Luke is teaching in District No JJ8 She with her sisters will attend school at Berta this winterJas Hatfield and Archie McGuiro went to Rockcastle county Sunday Frank Engle of McKco went to Berea Monday to undergo a surgical operation Jerome Hillard and Frank Mc Dowoll who Ira teaching u few miles from here attended the box supper Saturday night mind Sunday School on Sunday morning at Kerby Knob There were ono thousand poople present to hear Rev Smith preach at Moores Creek Whites Cream Vermifuge is a high ly valuable preparation capable from tho promptitude of its action of clear ing the system in a few hours oi every worm Price 25 cts S E Welch Jr THE HOME lllrllro tern by tho Manager A Sunshiny Ilunlmnd A Sunshiny husband makes a mer ry beautiful homo worth having worth working in and for If the mina is breezy cheery considerate and sympathetic his wife sings in hor heart over her pull ling and hor mending basket and renews her youth in the security she feels of his approbation and ad mirationYou think it weak or childish if you please but it is tho admired wife who hears the words of praiso and receives smiles commendation who is capable discreet and execut ive I have son n timid sleek self distrusting little body fairly bloom into strong womanhood under the tonic and cordial of companionship of a husband who really went out of his way to find occasion of showing her how tally he trusted her judge ment and how fully he Inferred to her opinion Christian Work Good Light Moan Good Health The lights in our homes are impor tant factors they mean more than they seen Our health depends quite a good deal upon them as tho lamp is our main dependence to rend or to sew by and thin rich and time poor pro fer thorn Those who have electric and gas lights always fit up a lamp to use in tho library or study hence lamp reeds skillful treat neat thus occulists say that a wellkept lamp sending out n clear stonily light is a great safe guard for thin eyes mind for children especially who study attar night as many do anti be sides an unsteady dim flickering light gives one a severe headache oft entimes or neuralgia Good lamps are cheap nllll11m more economical than inferior or in different ones The most necessary thing in securing n good light from a lamp is thor ought entire cleanliness RIt is strange but housekeepers many of them will per t in thinking i once a week cle ning is sullicient No more than a bi be will thrive on one bath a week Lamps nfl tyrannical in their de mands for first class care The things necessary for clouting them mire a stilt little brush an old discarded tooth brush will answer plenty clean cloths cheuxo cloths are the best a bottle of alcohol and dis solve a tablespoonful pearline into the hot water you wash the founts and all parts of the lamps with It removes tho gummy sticky substance quicker Use the best of headlight oil cheap oil is not safe besides it does not burn brightly or clearly All lamps should lie Filled daily anti filled full not left halffull Remove only thin charred portion of thin wick The howl of the lamp should bo kept perfectly cleanand after tho chimney is cleaned polish it with tissue pnx r until you can see your imago in it Keep it clear as a crjstal and your lamp will bo a joy KEXIUCKIEXXE Gforyvfown KyILonisvilo Nasbill R R Time Table in Effect Sept i 1900 fliilncNiirtli Train 0 llnllj Leave Herea 1149 a in Arrive Richmond 12 20 am Arrive Paris 115purl Arrive Cindnnnti fJOO p m Citing Smith Train Hull Leave Herea 122 pm Arrive Livingston 2 IS pm JVV STEVENS Ticket Agent THEljSCHOOL lied by J W IIII1 more Dean of the Normal Department Herea College Among the educational problems none is moro urgent for solution than that of attendance Tho State makes provision for a certain number of months of school thus district fur uislies a schoolhouso mid all necessary equipment wtho trustees employ a teacher and all legal requirements tire complied with But what does it all avail the boy or girl who does not at tend County Superintendents as set that tho attendance rarely exceeds 50 per cent of tie school census and often falls far below that This means that half or more than half of the youth art not receiving thin choice and most valuable gift thin state line to bestow There is nothing moro dangerous to a state or a community than ignorance nothing that no raises tho standard of civilization timid enter priho as enlightenment Besides affair education is the heritage of every American child and whoever or what ever deprives him of it clients him IIOIslslIionI tho training time common schools af ford Second the null lies partly and Homo would say chiefly with the teacher A good live earnest man or woman will make school life in teresting and pleasant that pupils will delight in it whether thoy realize its biHfitH or nolonut jwrhaps the greatest responsibility of all lies in the parents For trilling excuses chil dren are kept at homo when every in terest of tluiiisolves tits community and the nation demands that thoy le in school A child may earn twenty five or fifty cents at hone but his time in school is worth tinny times thud Ho may rant moray any time in life but youth a lords tIlt only opportuni ty for acquiring an durutioii- We sometime hear parents say they can not get their children to go to school Any father who cannot in dtico his child to attend school is not worthy the name of father Any child with such a father is practically an or plum anti is greatly to lw pitied A little firmness decision and xpirit of enterprise on time part of parvnts will go a great WilY toward bringing out manly and womanly qualities in their children while weakly yielding to their whims and caprices is ruinous Everyone interested in education should do hiu utmost to lesson this evil To provide a good school anti not bring the childrnn into contact with it is worse than it would bo to prepare them n flute dinner and keep them away while it was being sorvwl School terms aro short enough at lest and not a day can bo spared without Character Child training begins mid child character is formed earlier than most persons suppose Out of this errs neous notion ccmck thin lamentable failure of so much of our hometrain notlcouutelho fairly under training mtil his habits sad character are practically tilltI tho character is likely to be given by time time he is seven years old his training must begin at birth if ho is not to be tho looser Iwcauso of this neglect Tho ol lfaflhionctlIloctriuo of im plicit obedience which camo to many of us early in life wits helpful to us because it was never delayed as it is now until the child can reason IndianaSchool Journal The character thud is positive has no difficulty in speaking a negative Rams Horn BEREA COLLEGE USS Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over Ji j Teachers 700 Students from 2O Suites Iluit College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Moilul Schools General Education und fitting for advanced courses For those xujjlclcntli tthtnceil to yet a Icacficrs cerlljlcultt Applied Scion co Two years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Course Two years with practice teaching Academy Courso Four years flitting for College for business trod College Course Literary Philosophical Classical for life Music Reed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian edu cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee payfor2100 about 14 to paid in advance Tho school is endorsed by Baptists Congrogationalists Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information and friendly advice address tho Vico President GKO T FAIKCHILD L L D BoreR Madison Oot Ky THE FARM Edited by 8 C JUnoM Jrolewor ol hunt culture Herea College Aeration of Soils When heavy soils are undenl rain ed these soils are so much better nod more deeply aerated that wo must look to this moro complete ventilation for tho chief advantage which this typo of laud improvement assures Tho aeration of tho soil which is ron tiered possible by thorough under draining leas rarely Ion sufficiently emphasized neither has time method IIwhich it is brought about been fully stated When tho level of tho ground water is permanently lowered two or three foot as is done in underdrawing tho roots of plants jx netrato more deeply into the held ant as they din and decoy leave a system of passageways leading toward tutu surface into tumid out of which tho soil air finds a moro ready ingress and egress Earth worms nuts and other burrowing ani mals also penetrate tho ground moro deeply anti thus form ojxsn ventilat ing flues of much larger magnitude than those left by tutu roots of plants Then again as tho under clays dry out they shrink upon themselves and develop unnumbered fissures through which thuir moro freely moves with every change of pressure and temper itturo and in which tho roots of plants place themselves the Ixtlcr to profit by renovated air With the deiM r and more thorough penetration of tho soil air carrying with it tho carlonic acid doviloHd near the surface it acts through the soil water upon tho Unit producing tho bicarl onato which iti turn tends to llocculatu tho fitter silt particles of thin clay cuing then to congrigato into larger com pound grains and thus render tho soil moro open in its texture anil hcnco better drained and letter nerttt tYla wellas moro easily and thoroughly occupied by the roots of plants But till tlu so changiti which have IHSMI rvfemd to as resulting from thorough drainagi art only means for widening and rendering till direct ef feet of undordriiins moro prompt in their influence mind far netrlulugiu limn renewal of soil air which they wean In an undurdrainixl hold where lines of tilt ore laid turf or four feel deep mid tuftyor ono hundred feet apiitt thero is provided ventilation system which operates in an ofTeotivoiimnniT to hasten tin change of tho soil uir It must evident that when it ho diurnal changes in tho tomx rattiro of the confin 1 soil air tumid tho clmngiri duo to alterations of barometric pres sure are sufficiently pronounced to ef frolllIin another place there must also draining out of a tilo system at times of rising soil tomporaturo and of fall ing barometerconslderablo quantities n f soilair This must Iw iRcntisc as the soil air expands mud pushes upon tho soil water forcing it out HOIIIO portion of the air itself nest es cape into tho drains through tilt up per sides Then when thin t nnM ra turn falls and tho barometer rises air will le forced into tho soil to take tho place of that which has been lost not Himply from thin surface of tho ground but simultaneously along tho wholo extent of tho system of U Ill nunH It is Important to recognize in this connection that tho air which under drains admit to tho soil from beneath is in n large measure atmospheric air containing time normal amount of oxygen and since under these condl lions the soil lan breathe pure air from bulb above and below the zone occupiinl by tho root plants it is plain that tho soil of n tile drained held must ho much moro thoroughly ventilated than that of another en timely similar field hawing its water table at thin NIIIIIO distance below tho surface end equally open to texture but without tilt druiusF H King in Thin Soil To Whom it stay Concern This IK to certify that wo havu investigated Messrs Chat 14Ict lie eC Co Buyers of country pro duce 101 Diihtie Street Now York and find them to ho worthy of all credit and financially able to fulfill any contract that they might mako and cheerfully recommend them to dealers in produce as a sound financial hruso to sell to Yours truly DANIELS eC COSHANT Bankers ti Wall St Broadway Sept 28 11XX Now York 97701 Dizziness loss of appetite fiatulon oy and and nausea mire all connected with dospopsia or indigestion Horbino will give prompt relief Price W etc S E Welch Jr