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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JUNE 1, 1011 it power and the way to keep up with newipaper. moitn is to read a good Interests of tlie Moiantetin People One Dollar a year. No. 40 Vol. XII. Flvo cents a copy. WH EREVER YOU GO c this summer you ought to go well dressed. If you start by coming here and go away in any of our THE REAL ASSASSINS There is n cbaptor in tho State's history Hint it would be well to forget or at least never to mention; but, since there are two aides to tho controversy, alienee can't be maintained except by mutual consent. For what wo say now wo enter the plea of great provocation of self defenao. We uot the editorial "we", but the mountain people have been nbnsed persistently and basely abused and in this particular case we don't believo in turning the other cheek no cheeks to turn to such an Joe Blackburn. It was Blackburn that after the assassination of Ooebel accused the entire muontnin section of complicity, branded the whole population aa red Intuited axMntinn nnd cut throut and called upon Hell to swallow up the mouutaiuR, people aud all. And Ulnckbtirn has broken loose again at Owensboro last week. He is our provocation. It is he that a waving the "Bloody Shirt." In what oue of our exchangea chooses to call "one of those rare bursts of oratory" Blackburn calls for the rcdistticting of the state so as to make it impossible for more than one Republican to be elected to CougrcRR, and then eases himself of the following: "You Haw the Kloventli Congressional district of Kentucky sending- u thrlco convicted, but unhung murderer to the Congress of the I'nlted StateH.iiml be U then- - now, nnd I hope he will stay there, for he is a fit representative of the people who sent him there." Commenting upon this paragraph the Loudon Echo, for thesole reason that it is sore 'over Powers' defeat of Edwards, affect the shame and weeps penitently under Blackburn a foul lash- - -- joins the Hlackbum crowd and asks ua all to seek absolution nudihen rid our- selves of ttc7 rrpvencntntion of Mr. Powers. But we are not so easily hypnotized our tears don't flow so readily. We have neither accepted the nhifttd blame nor felt the hawe. We say shifted blame because the blame was not ours we mean it was not the mountain people's that Ooebel was killed; and if not the blame, neither the shame. But whose is the blame, aud whose the shame f Senator Goebel kindled a fire in fathering the election law that fore his name, the Democratic party fanned the blase into a conflagration when it paused the law over the veto of a Republican Governor, and endorsed Goebel for Governor, hoping, in its boasted Bourbon fashion, to destroy the last veatage of political liberty in Kentucky, and it was J. C. S. Blackburn, "our Joe," that pushed Goebel into the lire of hia owu kindling and destroyed him. Who killed Goebel t Joe Blackburn. (We are speaking of causes.) Wbosayaso? -- Ask any level headed Democrat. That is where we got our information. Goebel knew he was fairly defeated, waa willing to accept the result, did not want the Legislative contest, but Blackburn's pie waa at atake. If Goebel was not seated the Legislature would send him to the senate instead of Blackburn, and Blackburn forced the contest to save himself. Blackburn thrust Goebel iuto a just and devouring fire just? Did not the Democratic party confess it by ita first act after it had completed the steal after Beckham was in the saddle by the modification of the Goebel law! But now as to the "unhung murderer" in Congress. Seeming' ly Mr. Blackburn has forgotten his friend, Banker Sanford, aud presumably it would have been no disgrace for Kentucky to have a Governor who was an "unhung murderer." It would not have done so well, however, if this same man, not for the disgrace of it, but for reasons personal to "our Joe", failing to be elected Governor, had slipped into the United States Senate. No. Belter than that waa to force its author to try out the tyrannical act against the popular will meet a usurper's death. And Mr. Powers, "a fit representative of the people who sent him there." Yes, in his ability to take care of himself, in his unwillingness to be robbed, in the courage with which he faced and withstood the real assassins the assassins of political aud civil liberty. The mountain people are watching Mr. Powers. As a congressman they have chosen to judge him by his record as their Representative. When he perfects a machine and seeks to perpetuate- himself in office regardless of the trust imposed when be betrays them then will they be ashamed of him; then they will deal with him. And they already have one black mark against him--h- is voteagainat the reciprocity measure. - Berea Bank & Trust Co. The strength of any bank, State or or National, depends upon its stockholders and directors. DIRECTORS OF THE BEREA BANK C& TRUST CO. P. Cornelius A. Isaacs W. M. Hayes J. W. Stephens W. H. Clark E. F. Coyle A. H. Williams R. H. Chrisman John. F. Dean J. K. Baker OFFICERS A. Isaacs, Hart, Schaffner C& Marx Suits, you'll be in style anywhere on earth where well dressed men are. President J. W. Stephens, F. Dean, Cashier John Bank was Vice-Preside- nt 11 Thk xanained by the Stats Bank Examiner April 21, 1911. , , Here also you will find the best in Furnishings including Stetson and Swann Brand Hats, W. L. Douglas Shoes, Wilson Bros. Shirtt, - and Arrow Brand Collars. Underwear :: :: :: :: :: :: of all kinds. "4 I Ro. B E R Rj. C O Y L E E A KENTUCKY lOUR OWN 'W3lSlBBBBBBBBBVi''t fPW NEWS OF THE WEEK Sunremo STATE Court Orders Tobacco Superintendent Regensteln Qtytn Degres Marine Band to be at Blue Bryan Announ Trust to Dissolve Grass Fair "Pen Pushers" to ces That He Is Out Of The Way-P- ost Meet School Inspectors Scathing; Office Department on Its Feet Report O'Rear's Campaign. at Last. ANOTHEll TKUST "BUSTED" In line with it decision In Uio Standard Oil case two weeks ago the bulled Status Supremo Court on Monday bold the American Tobacco Trust to bo a coniblnutlou In restraint tt trade, operating In violation ot tho law. Tho tnmt Sherman Anti-truIs deprived the privilege of Interstate commerce and ordered to dlstntii urate In harmony with tho law within eight months. As In the case of Standard Oil, Justice Harlan dissented. TO UUN NO MORE Mr. Uryan la retried to have Bald la an Interview In Washington a fw days ago that he is not a candidate for the Presidency and will not bo, and ho asks .his friends to leavo him out. Ho refuses to express any choice as to the Democratic, candidate. RTIMI'SON FOR VICB PRESIDENT Henry L. Stlmpson'a entrance Into tho Taft cabinet has given rise, to ruuiura that ho may bo selected ub President Tuft's ruunlng mate next year. Vice President Shcrmnn wenm not to bo considered at alt and It Is thought the logical thing to do is to select a New York man and a st SUPERINTENDENT HONOP.KD State Superintendent RegtmsU'in has picelvvd the degree Of Doctor of Laws from tho Statu University. Dr. legen-btel- n does not expect to bland for election for tho new term but will cuter business. MARINE HAND COMING Professor George Norton Ellis It Is announced that President Taft has given his consent to the coming of tho marine band to Lexington to play at the llluo Crass Fair which ivwts August 7 to 12th. K. P. A. MEETING , Tho Kentucky Presa Association Is scheduled to meet at Cerulean Springs, Juno l!)th to 23rd. The prognjn Is about completed, and. If one yioulil judge from tho names of the distinguished editors which It Includes, it will bo a great gathering. The Springs nro somewhere In tho western art of the state. Nobody seems to know yet Prof. Ellis Dies After Year's Illness Memorial Services in Chapel. Interment at His Old Home in Olivet, Mich. Chief Events in Prof. Ellis' Lite. It will Imi n vo.ii- - aeo next weok. that Tho Citizen published the aboe picture ot Prof. G. N. Kills, then. ns now, on the front lwge. That waa our commencement Issue and I'rof. Ellis was closing hla year as regent during the President's absence, but now we are running the cut for u different reason It Is In connection with the announcement of his death. Prof. Hills haa been slek, It may bn Bald,, seriously sick, ever stuce the commencement of last year when he was relieved of his duties as and all his more intlmato friends knew that ho was likely to die at any minute. But this knowledge did not fully provide against tho shock which all In College circles felt, Saturday afternoon, when tho news quickly spread that Prof. Ellis had suddenly died. Mrs. Ellis and Ms daughter, Edith, were alone with him when the summons came not lu the room When he was stricken, thoy having left him resting comfortably a few moments before.'but they were at his Hide before ho expired. The famlfy home Is at Olivet, Jllchl gau, and It was soon decided to take tho remains thero for funeral services and Interment. Hut owing to Prof. Ellis' prominence aa a member of the Berea Faculty during hU Ite-ceres-1-e- ct and succeeded in holding, arrangements were quickly made to hold a memorial service lu his honor In the College Chapel, and slnoo the G. A. It. Memorial sermon was scheduled for the regular hour Sunday mornwaa ing, tho Sunday School period taken for that purpose. Tho audience on that occasion may be called a strictly College gather-lu- g although there were a good many wry definitely where. progressive, NO LONGER A DEFICIT Postmaster General Hitchcock announce that his doiartment will he without a deficit for tho first time this In Ita 'history on July 1st of War. it la said that there will be $7,000,000 1 surplua In the Treasury to tho credit or tho department This rounds good, and now If Mr. Hitchcock can glvo us better and quicker service a llttlo attention to our rural post offices we shall call him tho man of tho administration. COMMENCEMENTORATORS ROASTS SUPERINTENDENTS Tho State School Inspector, McKeM-- l o Todd, haa made his report to Gov. Wlllson after tnivellng thru a num-ln- r of llluo Grass and Mountain Counties. The report haa not mueh to say that la good, beautiful and encouraging to us about our schools aud school conditions. It leaves the lm- presslon that the office of county superintendent la generally filled by liicomjietenta. JUDGE O'REAR'S CAMPAIGN Following Mr. Franks' onslaught at llarbourvtlle last week It Is announced that Judge O'Henr will curry (bo war Into the enemy's country. Despite denials the reports seem to le confirmed that Congressman Lnuir-le- y will have chargu 'of tho O'ltear headquarters. O' Hoar's first sptveh lu redy to Mr. Franks Is eagerly awaited. It Is thought that what he will bavo to say will make interest- lug reading. 1 Two Boston Preachers Conrad of "Brimstone Corner" and Johnson of the Warren Avenue Baptist Church. Day in tho big Commencement Tabernacle Is an education In Itself. The morning Is devoted to Industrial exhibits with speeches by graduates. lunch come tho After tho mid-daaddresses by distinguished, men from y n broad. TIiIh year wo have two men both or whom are distinguished aa platform shakers and platform speaker's of the kind that can stir up a Tuber-nacl- o audience. Dr. Johnson gave the Baccalaureate sermon last year In President Frost's absence and has nl ready a throng of admirers In llcrea. On Sunday evening, June 4, at 2;50, Dr. Johnson will preach at Narrow Gap. Mlsa Lillian Ambrose will sing. Dr. Conrad la a Western man who has struck a great reputation In tho Kast. Oustldo his pastoial work he la called to all parts of New England to address business men'b clubs, Y, M. C. A .'a and tho like. outside citizens and others present. Prof. Italno had charge ot tho meetBerea College Commencement, 1911 ing and the College Quartette and Miss Lillian Ambrose furnished tho music. Tho Quartette iang, "Nearer Model School Day JUNE 2. Friday .My God To Thee" at the opening of Chapel. 1 'JO p. m. Exhibition the service and Mlsu Ambrose later 3, Saturday Academy Day JUNK ChapeJ, ?0p. m. Graduation Exerctaea sang, "Tho Holy City," her rendor- Baccalaureate Day JUNE 4, Sunday Ing of which on several occasions CharjeL 10:iS a. m. Sermon to Graduates had been very pleasing to Prof. Limildest wm. coodeu rroat. lts. At the close of the meeting the Addreaa loKellKlouaSorletlea ChapeL 1 M p. ra. Gorcroor Auguitus K, WUlaoa. Quartette sang, "Good Night." Oral Examinations JUNE 3 and 6 -The following persons took part In Harmonla Society JUNE J, Monday the Bervlco and tpoke of tho Impres73u p. m. Annual wncert sion the life of Prof. Ellis made upon JUNE 6, Tuesday Normal Alumni Association them In the various relations in Triennial Public Mcetlnc Chauel. 7:30 p. m. which they had been thrown with JUNE 7, Wednesday - COMMENCEMENT !M)0 a. m. Academic I'rocetaion him: Prof. Halne, Dr. Thomson, S. 9 JO a. m. Exhibits of Vocational SchnoU 10.no a. m. . Addreeaea of Graduate! W. Hoggs, Miss Louise Frey, Alvtii 12:00 m. Conferring of Oeareea Todd, Mlsa Bowerbox, Miss Martha 130 p. m. Commencement Addr - Ti n II . . . r. i ISproulo, Mr, Normun Imrle, Prof. Rer. Hubert S.JohnMa, D. D., Botton. Uobertson and Prof. Ulnsmore. Fall Term Opens Wednesday, StpteBaber 13 Prof. Italno dwelt upon his kindness, his modesty and his sympathetshort lire here, aud the universal on the part of both students and ic liislgbt. It was these qualities College workers which ho had won he said that won for him a larger measure of love than comes to must men. He also dwelt upon the fact of his willingness to sacrifice blmso'.f, taking upon himself greater burdens than he was able to bear In order to give President Frost n year of est, and thus possibly greatly shortening his own life. TO ANY PERSON COMING TO Dr. Thomsou was remlndod of the words of Paul concerning David, "David, having lu his generation served the counsel ot God, felt asleep." So he would say ot Prof. Ellis. He spoke WITHIN THE NEXT 39 DAYS Interestingly of his wok at Talladega, at Olivet and Tabor, Iowa, and showed how he had left behind him To any person who wears aa old hat into our store and buys a new one and wears it out we will allow hia 25c for the old one, at each placo the same record of faithfulness aud work well done, some on any hat from $1.00 up to $2.00; and 50c on any hat costing over $2.00. We don't care hew old the hat is. times under very trying circumstances, just as must be the Impartial verThe SAME PROPOSITION applies to LOW CUT SHOES, only we allow you 25c for your old ones oa shoes from $1.50 to $3.50, dict concerning his labors at Berea. and 59c over $3.50. The only condition to the above offer is that you are to. wear the old oaes in and the new ones out. Miss Frey was tho first repnsenla-tatlv- o of tho student body to speak. She was Impressed with the fact that having knowu him as a teacher, as a friend and the Deau of the College Department, she bad never heard a student express any dissatisfaction with Prof. Ellis. Sho had . rl Free 50 CENTS Free WELCH'S NEW DRY GOODS AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS STORE WELCH'S and "SAVE THE DIFFERENCE" ICoiiliniint on fifth page Page Two THE CITIZEN E June DIAZ A 1, 1911 A family newspaper for all that li right true and Interesting. , The Citizen BEREA PUBLISHING CO. ttneornorated) 1 LINCOLN DIRECTOR SCOVELL HOME. EIGHTY GET DIPLOMA8, L Made Purchases Abroad of Pedigreed Kentucky Stock Speaks Interestingly. Stata University Graduate a Big Clan. FUGITIVE; INCREASE IS SLOW ltibllshrd every Thursday at Uerm, Ky. J. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. Subscription Rate rAYAULC IN One year HI 1 Month Thro Month Preparations Making for Work During Good Road Week PLANS TO EXPEDITE THE. WORK aovanci:. .......11.00 38 M Smd money by or Kxpren Money Order, Dmft, lUnlnicml Ietter,or one ana two cent sinrops. The d&to after yotir namn on UbM shows to wh.U Onto your milwalptlon paJd. ilt It Is not rtiAnsml nit hi thre weeks niter renewal notify us. Wnstn numbers will be gioilly supplied If wo euro notified. FIn premiums cheap, with ne subscriptions and promt renewals. Bold for I'rrmJum List. Utters! tnrms riven to any one who obtain now mitucrtpUons for us. Any on (ending us four yearly subscriptions can roortvo The Cltlten free for himself for tie year. Advertising rates on application. Powt-efTlc- o 1 11 Engineer Experts Will Superintend the Operations and Road Allocation Haa Employed Two Who Are Already on the Job. MKMBEIt OF aamjCKT pituus association. Germany's Idea of a universal probably consists of words of several syllables spoken with a Teuo tonic accent Pennsylvania man filled his pipe with gunpowder thinking it was toA Louisvill- e- Dcllnltn steps toward tho Improvement of the Central Lin coin road, from l.oulsvlllo to tho Ten nessec lino, via Hardstown nnd Hodg- envllle, as advocated by the Central Lltiroln Hnad association, which has employed S. F. Crccellua and William Speed, civil engineers, to superintend the dralnago survey, which win pre cede the beginning of actual work during "road week," In August. Peter Lou Atherton, chairman of tho asso ciation, lias received a letter from Swager Sherley, in Congressman which tho latter has given assurance that the government wilt send an engineering expert to confer with tho local engineers during the early stages of the road building. Work Divided. The Central IJncoln Hoail association Is an organization of eight small the counties through which tho turnpike passes. Kach of these branches of tho organization Is to look after the construction work done In the county which it represents. such as the engaging of engineers and financing of the actual rctd building. Money to pay tho expenses of the drainage fund of the central associa tion. This fund Is being provided by people Interested in tho movement and subscriptions arc now being received. In order that' the general drainage survey of the road from the city limits of Louisville to the southern boundary of Allen county may be expeditiously made. It has been decided to dlvldo the distance Into two sections, one extending from Louisville to Duffalo, Lame county, and tho second from Buffalo to the Tennessee line. Each or sixty- section Is about eight miles In length. Will Supervise mprovement. In addition to making the road sur vey, Mr. Crecellus and Mr. Speed will devote the week previous to "road work" to Instructing the county engi neers and division superintendents along the line as to just how to prose cute the work to the best advantage. During the week In which the rebuild ing of the road will be done, they will have charge of tho wholo work. They propose to cover the entire distance of each section on horseback twice during "road week." The road building work will be systematically organized. Kach county will be divided Into districts containing not more than eight miles of road. Division superintendents will be appointed to supervise the work In each district. In each county executive committees will be the governing er associations In bacco. Wo presume puff, anyhow. he got one good N After the housefly, the rat and the common drinking cup have been abolished something ought to bo done nbout the street car hog. A tunnel nine miles long through the Alps was hurled up out of tho fear that the airships will soon take all of the transportation business. The government, in plague research, has examined 85.000 California squirrels. The odd part of it Is that it has been done since last summer. "Money," says Danker Vanderllp of New York. "Is distressingly easy." Money Is a good deal like the painless dentist. He doesn's suffer any. A Maryland surgeon Informs us that transplanting human kidneys Is as easy as a plumber's job. We presume, also, that It Is as costly as a plumber's sixty-seve- n Job. The Interest of Chicago coeds in matrimony is only academic. Dut two per cent of them signify their Intention of becoming brides upon graduation. An eastern physician says that tho reason some men are fat Is because they don't get enough to eat The silly season seems to be opening 'early this year. Since an aviation school has been established In Spain students will be enabled to get to those castles In the air for which Spain has long bees bodies. noted. Manuel de Zamacona e Inclan has WILL BUILD NEW CITY. been appointed ambassador ito the Will Have Ten Thousand Population United States from Mexico. The rubIn Six Months. ber stamp mutt be a handy thing in this case. Whltesburg.-Th- e Consolidation Coal Co., the corporation now engaged In An aviator has succeeded In flying building Jenkins, tho boom mining In four hours from London to Paris town in the Klkhorn coal field, makes without bumping Into anybody. Travel tho announcement that It will begin construction, within the next few till Is comparatively light In the muntbs, of a similar mining town on reaches. Potter's fork of loo lie, above here. In A fashionable tailor Is advising his thlf county, at tho terminus of the customers to select their clothes to present contract on the Lexington k match their hair. Probably he will Eastern railroad. This territory Is cnes wait until the also covered by the big 100,000.-acrlet the track of coal lands the company reweather is warmer. cently purchased from the Northern New York Coal & Coke Co. at au Immense outA lady who walked to Florida lost 40 pounds on the way. lay of capital. Htlll. a good many of the stout ladles The announcement of spending will prefer to roll on bedroom floors in the development of the for tho purpose of reducing their und adjacent coal 'fields within weight the next few years lookH to be absolute ly certain from present plans and A pretty St. Louis girl has been operations being started. Already eut to Cincinnati to cure her of an Inare complete for the infatuation for a young man In her home stallation of two large lumber mills town. Which Is or is not compliment- on Potter's fork to manufacture the ary to Cincinnati. It depends upon lumber necessary for building operathe point of view, tions which are to be begun by the t middle of the summer. Tho J. L. ProcThe new helmet hat for women ter mill, now located at Ullvlu, Is one needs little hair, says a fashlsn note. of the mills which is to bu Installed of puffs and braids on Potter's fork within the next few And since the and such have left little In many days. cases. It may be a case of tempterlng The town on Potter's fork will perthe wind to the shorn lamb. haps not be so largo us the Jenkins on Klkhorn. but will contain no less A Chicago Judge has decided that limn 5,000 people. girl who Jilt their sweethearts must Jenkins, according to an olllclal angive the latter back their engagement nouncement, will contain 10,000 pconlo rings. The Judge Is evidently a fair within six months. Already hundreds ample of the class of men who do of carpenters are rushing the build-- I not want poor women to get any en. UK of the miners' homes there und joyment out of life, finch a proviso what was almost u wilderness a few would huri'ly take all the pleasure out lays ago Is being transformed into u of jilting a man. tui3tling, bustling mining town. up-ji1 bald-headee Elk-hor- n A Iondnn editor has advised his Paris A yard engine on the Is an Amerrend orb that 0 atid Nashville, which had beeu ican term used to Indicate a detailed to bring In a cut or cars from man. Somehow or other our the l'arls plant, Ice Company's alang never leally becomes funny un- crashed luto a freight on tho Mays-vill- a til an Englishman starts to trans-lat- e division. Engineer Out Mulllns' it. nrni was bady wrenched and Fireman Clark sustained bruises. A citizen of Huzletou. Pa., who died the other duy at the itge of one hunWhltesburg Tho drought of tho dred years, la bald to have gone to of the past thiee weeks has become bed erery night with u chew of ketei and all yegetutlon und garden In bis mouth und swallowed vegetable aro badly needing raiu. aid chew before morning. A grtat Corn plulnting has been retarded uud icany of u prefer to die. young. will I'logriM uu further until tt ralus. "high-brow" 11 bald-bende- d Lexington. Prof. M A (L'ovetl, diS Ixlngtnn. There will bo SO gradof the Agricultuial Collrge of uates In the different departments of Kentucky Mate university uud of Kentucky Stato university to receive Kentucky experiment station, has re- their degrees at the 43d ntiliual com turned from Km opr. where he had nionccmcnt exercises, Sunday, May Former Mexican President En been on n tour uf recreation with his 28, to Thursday, June 1. The program Route for Spain wife. One object of the Itiurney wan for the commencement exercises wa to buy a number of line dairy cattle as follows; DE LA BARRA ASSUMES OATH for. the Elmemlorf Moot; fnrm of Sunday Ilarcalaiircatc sermon. pediJnnies II. Hnggln. Twenty-lhieMonday Senior ball. greed Jerseys and eleven pedigreed Tuesdny l'hllosophlan dance. Train Preceding the Deposed Ruler Uucrncy were purchnsed at fancy Wednesday Class day exercise; Waa Attacked by Rebel and Seven prices and will arrive about June 2.1. Alumni bull and bann.net. Prof. Scovell says thnt tuberculosis Were Killed American Troop Will Thursday Commencement exeramong cattle Is unknown in Jersey Remain In Texa Until Next Win becu'uso for the laHt 200 yearn cises. Island ter. The otllccrn elected by tho gradthe laws of the Island hnvo been such uating class of 1911 are: it8 not to allow the Importation of any O. i:. llalrd, president; Miss Marlon Mexico City. Porflrlo Diaz, for 30 cattle of any sort, not even tho bringing buck of native cattle that had Johnson, vice president; Miss Min- ycors Mexico's ruler, lint In timid, erva Collins, secretary; N. Wcller, stole from the capital with secrecy at been exhibited In other countries. treasurer; 11. A. llahb, class repre- 2 o'clock In tho morning. Only a few sentative; J. F. limner, orator; Miss devoted friends whom he dared trust CLARK CAN'T COME. Olllne Crtilckshank, prophet: W. C. knew of the movement. Ha was bound Miss Alice Cary Wil- for Vera Cruz, to take ship for Spain, Extra Sesaion of Congress Prevents Shultz, iKK-liams, historian; (J. C. Mills, grum- In the distance he could hear tho His Speaking at Transylvania. voices of a few of tho more enthusiasbler; A. It. Phlster, glftorian. The list of graduates embraces stu- tic celebrant's who were stilt acclaimLexington. The Hon. Chump Clark, speaker of the hoiiBe of representa- dents from nearly every iwirt of Ken- ing the new president, Krunclsco Leon tives, will, on account of the extra Ho- tucky, with a number from other de la llnrrn, and shouting "Vhu uston of congress, be unable to fill lilt states. Lip Are 8ealed. engagement to deliver the commencePresumably De Iji llnrrn and tho LEXINGTON NEXT YEAR. ment address nt Transylvania univerhigher governmental official have sity, and Dr. Ernest Hiram Llndley, A. M., Ph.D., professor of philosophy Georgetown Physician Heada the been Informed, but their Hps are sealed on every detail. Even Amerlcnna and psychology In Indiana university, State Homeopaths. high in authority with ihe road mainhns been chosen In his place. Speaker Clark was formerly a student nt Ixiulsvllle. Members of tho Ken- tain silence. Trcop Train Attacked By .Refit. Tftinsylvanla nnd much Interest was tucky State Homeopathic Medical sofelt In his acceptance of the Invitation ciety, nt the closing session of tho Vera Cruz. The troop train ahead to deliver the commencement address. SCth annual convention voted to hold of the Diaz special was attacked by the next meeting of the organlatiou at 150 icbels. Seven soldiers were killLOUISVILLE BOOSTERS. U'xlngton. Tho annual election of ed mid four wounded In - fight-officers was held, the following being Trade Evangelist Start on a Tour of chosen: Dr. J. C. Thomasson, George-town- , Eastern Kentucky. president; Dr. William V. Ncel, Henderson, vice president; Dr. Mary IxiulRvllle. Trnde evangelists, 125 K. Hopkins, IOiilavllle, sec!n number, left here on a "boosters' retary, BSSSSSsSjBsNPSsSSSSSSSSSSSU and W. C. Haydon, Wallonla, four-dayJunket of the ruclal" for a treasurer. mountain cities of Eastern Kentucky. At the conclusion of the afternoon The boosters will have traveled 1,400 Besslon tho society voted approval of miles before their return to Ioulsvlllo plan of Dr. J. W. Krlchhaum, of Stops will be made nt Lebanon, Wil- the In liamsburg. Corbln, Darbourvllle, Plne-vill- l'PIer Mont Clair, N. J., who, gath-a jQsBSBMBisPaBBsl bbbibbbw Middlesboro nnd Ixmdon, Ky., communication read before tho ering, announced the Inauguration of U'ld at Jelllco, Tenn. ssssssWjPvBswsWsssslr of live a movement for the establishment of The special Is composed twelve-sectiosleepers, two dining a fund for laboratory research and scientific experiment along homeocars, vestibule nnd baggage cars. pathic lines. WILL DOUBLE TRACK. RICHMOND CHOSEN. Work On L. and N. Kentucky Central Division Will be Started June 1. Eighth District Bankers Hold Interesting Meeting At Shaker-town- . Paris. The double tracking of the Kentucky Central division of the Ilarrodsburg. The bankers of tho Louisville nnd Nashville from Cincin. Poflf lo Diaz. Eighth Kentucky district met hero nati to Parts, Ky., will bo started on and were taken, to Shakertown In When Oe(i, Diaz arrived he waa tav June 1. The right of way has been automobiles, where they held their Itcn to a) private residence on tho secured for the entire distance. The annual convention. Over 100 bankers knortli slt- of tho town. road Is also contemplating the elec- and their wives from all parts of tho Madero Resigns. trification of Its Cincinnati terminals district were in attendance, tho from Latonla to Cincinnati. Electric Juarez. -- Francisco 1. Madero, Jr largest number In tho history of tho locomotives will be added to the equipin a manifesto to the people of Mexment and will be attached to tho association. of provl-rlniiThe meetings were held in the ico, resigned the position upon trains from that point Tho transfer chapel president ronferrtd him old stone building, of the nnd coach that runs between by a eomcntlon of the revolutionists union depot will be hauled by a lo- known as the Center house. Judge II. at the city of San Luis Potest and the F. Roach delivered the welcome adcomotive of this kind. dress, which was responded to by O. called IK- - 41 all Mexicans to support Harra as the sole execunational Snoor E. Kord, of tho Fifth-ThirAFTER THE RAILWAY. tive of Mexico. bank, of Cincinnati. Shelbyvllle. Petitions are being Will Remain In Texas. The otllccre selected for tho ensuactively circulated urging the board ing year are: Hush W. Allen, of the Washington. Aside from hastening of council to come to some agreement Mercer national bank, of Hamuls-burg- , a changclln the command of the mawith the lxmlsvllle & Interurban president, and Hobert It. Hur-na- neuver djvlslon the restoration of railroad, whereby the car will be peace In .Mexico will havo no effect of Richmond, secretary. run through Main street over tho Richmond was selected as the place, upon the military forces now In tracks already laid to the eastern of meeting next year. Texn. limits of the city. Only a small It was deemed prudent to keep Ken. proportion of tho iieople thus far apCarter In cbargo of the division as KNOCKED FROM BRDGE AND proached have declined to afllx their long as conditions In Mexico were del KILLED. signatures. icate, but be will soon be succeeded Cynthlana Mrs Mary J. Welch and by (Sen. (Irant. in execution of tho CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY. her son, Hobert, were knocked from original policy of rotation In the coin the L. & N. railroad brldco and both 'nandlng officers. Danville. The alumnae association were Instantly killed. The bodies fell of Caldwell college celebrated the 2." feet Into shallow water. ACROSS THE PYRENEES. Guth anniversary of the institution. The son was returning from this The exorcises were opened by an ad- rltv with some groceries, and his Air Man Successfully Flic From dress from Dr. Charles Judd, of Chi- mother went to assist him across the Pari to Madrid. cago university, after which a largo bridge. reception followed. CIuco tho foundMudrld.Plcrre Vedrlne, the French New odlcers of tho ing of the college there hare been aviator, completed the Kentucky Funeral Directors' associa flight In the Petit Parisian race from upwards of 430 graduates. tion are: Stanley Milwnrd, Islingt- Perls to Madrid und Is the lion of the Morganfleld. Tho annual meeting on, president; CharlcH Hodeu, Ixuls- - Spanish capital. of Group 2 of the Kentucky Hankers' vlllc, first vice president; hugeno A. On the lapel of his coat hangs tho association will meet In this city on (lirard. Howling (Ireiui, second vice cross of the Order of Alfonso XII., C. Schlldt, Louisville, June 8. The program Includes the president; John which Is reserved for persons who names of Itev. E. K Goodson, J. K. Hocrctary and- treasurer, and I', N have distinguished themselves In tho . Waller and 1'. II. Miller, of this city; Hooker, Franklin, nergeant-at-armsarts and rclences. U. C. D. W. Ontlln, of Madisonvllle; The olllclal time for Vedrine's flight Carlisle- .- Prof. C, M. (Jarrett, of t'f 721 miles, between Purls and Witt, of Henderson, and Dr. Hen L. South Carolina, has been selected by Ilruner. Is given as 37 hours 27 minutes, the Carlisle city board of education as which Includes numerous delays. Ills lA'XIngton. Six cases of hooka, assistant principal of the high schools actual time of flight, however, was 12 comprising suveral hundred volumes for the coming term. hours 18 minutes, which Is ut a rata of standard works, have been do about t',0 miles an hour. Jackson. Tho case of tho common- nated to Sayre by Dr. J. Ackerman OoleB, a wealthy physician and phil wealth against Anse White, churged Stroke of Apoplexy Caused Death. . with the murder of Jacob Denton, was anthropist, of New York city. Antonio, Texas. San transferred to the Mpntgomery cir John L. Hulls, U. S. A., retired, died Walter Moyhow was cuit court. st tho post hospital at Ft. San HousFranklin. ton, following n stroku of upoplexy. drowned In a pond while fishing. He Paris. A copy of tho mortgage, for He was 70 years of age. failed to return ut the noon hour and a searching party found him lying in 17,500.000 executed by tho Kentucky Million-Dolla- r tho pond dead, his body partly out of Traction & Terminal, Co. has been tots. filed for recoid. the water. Dubuque, Iowa, The Standard Lumber Co.'h plant here burned. Tho Maysvlllo. The first animal com- Standard's loss will be 11,000,000. Mnysville. Tho old settlers of Ma son, IajwIb and Fleming counties will mencement of the Mason county high Loss to the Flick Hox Co. will bu hold their annual reunion at ltugglcs school at Mayllck took place Tuesday $100,000. camp grounds, Lewis county, on July 4. evening. May 30. BIG HOTEL FIRE. STRICKEN AT THE WHELL. APPOINTED TO ANNAPOLI8. West Virginia City Suffer Third Lost Heavy Property Lot. David, sou of D. J, Dun Greenville While seated In tile piLouisville. can, has been appointed a cadet to lot hoiujo of the Cleremond, Cupt. Huntington. Tho third dliastroui Annapolis, and has accepted tho apAnderson, who had just brought Are In Huntington within four ifayi pointment. He will be examined Juno through the canal, was strick- occurred when tho Florentine hotel, 2i. He was just graduated from the tho bout one of the largest In the city and conen with upoplexy, high school. Greenville taining many business houses and ofHo evidently hud felt the approach fices, was destroyed by lire. Many uf a signal of thren bells i:ilzabethtown Closely put sued by of sickness, for guest lost all of their; per was tho holel four men In au automobile, a mad was liNird 1111 hour before he tonal belongings, and several women dog, which had almost caused a panic found, but no attention wuh paid to it who hud been suffocated were carried In tho business section of the town, us It was thought that ho wuh testing from tho building. Several llrt-iinwas shot und killed In one of the resi the bells while tho bout wan tied ut were Injured, but not seriously. the wliprf. dence Miitts. rector MADERO Commercial Agencies Say 8ome Ad. Been vanee Has Undoubtedly Made Textile Prices Higher. New York. It. 0. Dim & Co.'a week-lreview of trodo said; The business situation aa a whole presents a number ot elements of Improvement, and, whllo tho Increase In actual transaction Is very slow and In some places not dlscernlblo in nny tppreclablo degree, an advanco ha undoubtedly been made. Tho lower prices tin steel bars was tho sign of recent development In Iron and atcel, although tho action taken was not wholly utiexiMrtcd. Quotations of pig Iron also turn moro shari'ly in the consumer' favor, all markets showing a declining tendency, and sellers reported as wiling lo accept orders on the new basis for dellvcry-wol- l Into the second half of tho year. Some very low figures an belnc named on structural steel, which Is only fairly active. Agricultural Inter-cit-s are shortly expected to cover g 1 t; their requirement. Broader Purchatlng. More active retail buying haa been accomiuinled by broader purchasing In the primary markets for spot nnd future delivery of cotton good for converting and manufacturing pur- IKSC. Bank Exchanges Better. Hank exchanges this week make a much more satisfactory rnmparisi with recent preceding years than for a long timo past, the total at nil lending cities of the United State aggrc-ratin- g J2,7.t!,8f7,t82, an increase ot 8.6 per cc!!! as compareMl with tho week last year, and of K.G per cent over the saino week in 1909, Mot of the improvement Is shown In tho returns by Now York City, but. while the more fnvorablo comparison may be due In art to more active nperntlons In thn financial markets than latt year at thai point. It may be noted that the excess In tLU respect Is much less than last week, whereus the Increase In exrhango is I1'-- i e, n - 12 per ecnt. against .1.1 per This clearly Indicates n broadening ot ordinary business operations, Among the outside centers the iiitfes In the rest nnd south also show marked Im provement, Ronton, Philadelphia, I (ultimo re, Loiilsvlllo and New Orleans all reporting good gains over both ycaiv, that at New Orleans oer a)cr ago being especially pronounced. On the other- hand, smaller ex changes than last year at 1'lUsbury reflect tho depressed condition of the linn IndUHtry, whllo In tho west, and Cincinnati and couthwest gains Cleveland are offset by losses at .Minneapolis, St. Louis and Kan-f-a- s City. San Francisco also makes good gains over both years. 11 CJiI-rag- ui-o- 1 d New York. llraditrvct's said: Business Failure. Huslnrs failure In the United Stale-for tho week ending May 23 wcro 23C. against 23fi last week, 200 In the like week ot 1910, 204 in 1909, 2G3 In 1908, and 142 In 1907. Huslncss failures In Canada for the week number IS, which compares with 27 for luct week ajul IS for tho like week in 1910. The Export Trade. Wheat. Including Hour. cxiHirts from llf, 1'nltcd States and Canada for the vreeK cmnng .May bush, against 3CO,10K latt week anil 3.S94.14t this week last year. For the 47 weeks ending May 25 exports are 11L0SO.03O bush, against 133,031,-2.- " In the corresponding period of last ye ar. ii aggregate ..une,-I- cross-mountai- THE Cincinnati family MARKETS Grain Market. law grado $2.fi0a SaS.3S, do fancy No. Z red 91a93c. Flour Winter patents $3a3.25, Jlat.ir., do - Mil-dil- 2.00, hard patent f4.2.r,a4.00. Wheat No. 3 red SGaSSc. No. 4 red 74aS4& 2 white D5aC5Vc, No. 3 Corn No. whlto B4Ha55c, No. 2 yellow 04a No. 3 yellow S3Ua51c, No. 2 B4V4c. S4c. 04a54Vic, No. 3 mixed M'.iu Oats No. 2 whlto 37a37c. standard white 3ua37c, No. 3 white mixed Cincinnati Live Stock. 3fia304c. Hrig.-Ucn- Cattle Shippers JOaS.SS, butcher steers, extra .r,"r.uC, good to choice JJ.lOan.Gi, heifers extra 4.80a0, good to choice ifUOuMfi, cows, oxtrn $4.75a G; good Holognu $4.25 $0.10. Catvcs Extra extra a5. to good IGa7.25. $7.!i0a7.75. fair Hogs common and largo flaCGO. flood to cliolco packers and butchers JC lOaO.20, mixed packers J0.10a8.20, to chnlco heavy fat sows common (110 Iba und less) pigs I4a5.2G, Bhcep Extra $4, good 4.76aC. to choice 3.2Ga3.85. Laubs Extra J3.G0. $1.70, to choice Hulls $4.20a4.C5, can-iter- s lien-juml- n spring lambs JG.o0k7.C0. Poultry "ens 11 He, spring chick ens 18a22o lb., ducks 9c, turkeys 11c, geeso 6U8C. Eggs Prime firsts 13 VSc, flrt 124c Huttcr Creamery extra 23V4C, llmU 20c. fancy dalr Fncyt $5.C0aG a bbL, 14c. Apple cbolco JOaS.OO a bbl. Carrots N. O. Colery Michigan !Ca20o a dozen. Kggplants lX0a2 a Slat.25 box. 3.7Ga crate. Iuicrate. Honey - eusCallfornla u Onions Now Orleans lOalGc a dozen. Orange l3.G0al.75 box. Pineapples 12.20 ILG0 a crate. 1'otatoes Northern Ohio 45aG0c a bu., Early Ohio flal.25 bu. 3.G0a3.7G. Turnip- s- LOOal'.OO. June 1, 1911 THE CITIZEN PREHISTORIC MAN Page Three IS FOUND 170,000 Suit Coiffure to Hat NEW BRICK HAMMER DRILL! HEZEKIAH'S GREAT PASSOVER Saaaty Fossil Remains of a Briton Years Ago Discovered In the IMSffl Thames Valley. It Is trun (as those who make tbclr business to know, gay It In) that American women have loss hair than the women of oilier lands, then wo nro compelled to the cleverness with which they conconl this deficiency. One would naturally Infor tbat a valroty of styles In halrdroRsIng would bo Impossible to thoni, but this Is not the cane at all. Ily tiling; switches, chlKnons, trontformatlons nnd the many othor devices of dealers In hair Roods, all the pretty concolts In the changing fnnhloni In col Sum are copied and our gentlewomen continue to look demure, tomorrow vivacious; another day flnda them with a stately colffuro and then again they effect simplicity. No doubt Cleopatra runic all the changes within her knowledge or Invention In matters of dress to aid her In earning tho greatest tribute paid to her fasclnntlons: "Ako cannot wither, nor custom stale, lior Inflnlto variety." Just now we must concern ourselves with suiting our coiffures to both largo and small hnts, The new Imports for midsummer nro rooro than large, one may almost call them enormous. Tlio large hats require a coiffure designed to till In the space under the brim next the fnce nnd head, otherwise they look grotcsquo and IF It o Is wasted. Tho small only enough hair vliilhle nbout th6 faco to frame It, but It Is necessary to have a coiffure under the hat, for tho hat must bo taken hatH roqulro off. their beauty Tho puffed chignon to-ln- y possible. Tho chignon plsced high on fno head so that It Is In the crown of tho hat solves the problem of tho small picture Is woven In a long strip Hkc that used for a "transformation." This strip Is drawn together at Internals leaving quite largo spaces on the (Under side of the coiffure, which pre covored by the puffs and curls ion the outside. These open spaces afford ventilation, and they also makol It possible to arrange tho chignon In a great variety of styles. What wth them and tho balr bands now universally worn tbere Is no end to tjie variety of coiffures that fashion makes shown In tho turban and makes a stately and beautiful colffuro. The puffs are crowded together a little nnd pinned down over a coll of tho natural hair (or two colls) placed on top. Usually no other support Is needed for this coiffure. In case the natural hair ' very thin n small pompadour may Vn arrsnged by using a small hair roll pinned to Is before tho chignon place. Julia Ilottomlcy In tbo Illui-trate- d Milliner. HEADGEAR FOR THE MOTOR TUB DRESSES FOR A DOLLAR Attractive In Design and Affords Ample Protection Against the Flying Oust. Dainty Frocks In All Sorts of Design Are Now Well Within the Reach of All. Hero Is a very attractive way of arIt Is astonishing how many dainty1 ranging headgear for motoring. Tho frocks for tho summer can he mailu vleux rose straw shnpo Is wound with theso days setting the limit of ex s blue silk scarf, which terminates In pcndltureH nt $1, Including tho patterns nnd threads. Never before havo so many delicate designs been shown In Inexpensive lawns nnd ginghams, and tho business girl should begin now to make tho smart llttlo dresses which sho wlH wear to tho office during the coming summer, Two things should bu remembered. Ono Is that much trlmmltig of any sort detracts both from tho cool effect of tho gown nnd makes It bad to launder: tho socond Is tbat however dainty tho very light materials are thoy nro far less serviceable than a plaid or a plain buff or blue dress. As to tho question of expense, begin with tho pattern. Choose one of tho new ones that nro capablo of being carried out In several dlfforent fash- ions, with or without the high wnlst line or with long or short sleeves and with or without yoko. Thus for 15 cents you will provide yourself with a pattern for several frocks. Next, a few yards of white mull and some Inexpensive lace will msko broad collars and cuffs and a fichu or a dainty pointed yoke, all of which will servo as trimming, for your gowns. ainghama, Thon as to materials, plain ones, may bo purchased as low as 8 and 10 cents a yard. A good quality of lawn In dark colors It only a cent or two moro In price. Coat Hanger, a looso chou at tho aldo. A rose silk AVhen away from home ono very sel frill frames tho face and a fhlffon dom thinks of taking a coat hangoi color Is gathered on along, but to provont the coat from veil of tho lo the crown, to bo thrown back of! becoming creased and untidy looking the faco If preferred. No pins at all being thrown over the back of n 'ar required, cxcopl for fixing tho by chair an emergency coat hauger may bonnet on the head. bo readily made. Holl a newspapoi tightly and tie It In tho tulddlo with Ribbon Holder. a stout cord, forming a loop to attach t Inch It to n hook or nail. This Is bettor Cut four tbroe and rlrrliH r.nt n( thin cardboard, tuck than throwing the coat limply In thq Dresden silk on one, and whlto soft nearest place, and Is contrived In a 'silk on the othor, being careful that tuluuto with the materials always at It Is on smoothly. Trim of all super- bund. fluous ends and sew the circles together firmly. Whip a tiny ValencienPatch Quilts. nes laro on tho edgo of thesu nnd The housewife who has a patch tho process with the remaining circles. When this Is done Insert a quilt tucked away In some trunk In bolt of baby ribbon between them, tho attic will do well to bring It from aud with a stllotto make two holes Its hiding place and spread It on the bed lu her guost room this spring. If 'from top circle through bolt and circle. In these Insert u short tho real antique quilt Is not available, pleou of baby ribbon, tying In bow then tho imiklng of one, piecing the on top and In this how put a bone squares together and stitching them, Is a pleasant pastime. rlbbcn dreader. one-halhot-tor- n London. IJack In n tlmo that no This Ppr Spadtllr Arraned man knows, 170,000 years ago, there lived In England n race of men, whoso stature and physical characteristics 30. LHBSON TISXT- -J ChronlcUa did not differ materially from thoso of PIANO TRUCK WORKS EASILY MKMOIIT VKIIHEH-Js-- M. OOI.DKN TEXT "Man Ivkth on Iht tho Englishman of today a raco that Look-tl- h Outward Appearanc. but the Iord hnd Bheil nil traces of simian traits In Enables One Man to Transport on th Heart. 1 8am, 16:7 TfMB IIecher'a Dates for tli Accs-Io- face, feature, and body, and whoso Heavy Instrument Without Appabrain cavity was larger than Is often r of Jotham, Ahas and !Iezklah rent Effort Worked by Lever. II. C 754, 731 and "23, Itoihea becoming found In highly Intelligent people of king of Iiranl In U. C. 724. llaatlngs our modern age. This has recently Klva th dates aa II. C. 719. 741. 727 and One man, unaided, can move a pibeen proven by tho discovery of the (lloshra) 729. ano about with case It ho has one rf - Tim I'faAl'Ktemple In Jeruialem. tho piano trucks designed by a Wis rilOI'IILTS- - lloaea. Mlcali and laalah. consln man. The truck comprises a supporting framo with a big roller Hezeklah was tho good son of a had pivoted at tho bottom. father, Abas; and Abu was Uie bad Handles exson of a good father, Jotham; and tend from the top nt right angles nnd havo braces to help bear tho strain after tho good Hczcklah came his bad upon them. Across tbo framework son, Manassoh. Hut there must have nro two roller pads and nt tho bottom been reasons back of these seeming aro two metal rests. The roller on In Hezeklah's case contradictions. ono may have been his mother, Abljah which the wholo apparatus Is moved Is Itself movable on the frame, and Is tho daughter (or granddaughter) of Twenty-ninZecharlah. adjusted by means of n lever operated Zccharlaha by a footptece. aro mentioned In tho Illble. This was To movo a piano a not tho author of the book of prophman rolls the truck up to tho Inecy, but may have been the prophet strument and Inserts tho metal rests In tho small space between It nnd the who had so much Influence over King Uzziah, floor. He then shifts tho bottom Ilezcklah did that which was right roller to tho point where it will test In tho eyes of the Lord. support tho weight and by pulling God's approval Is tho only wlso goal for a king, back on tho truck lifts the other side a president or tho humblest citizen. of the piano clear of the floor, the It Is the fatal defect In most forms of government that this over-rulof Ood Is lgnorod. Hezeklah began bis reign by doing tbe thing 'that plainly needed most to bo done first He found tho TemThe Ancient B rlton. ple, the sacred meeting place of Ood bones or a prehistoric man burled 170 and man, with Its doors closed by Ahaz, Its lamps out. Its altars cold. Its foet deep under a terrace, which Is refloors and hangings covered with dust garded, and with good reason, as the and dirt. Therefore thq young king ancient bed of the Thames river. Tbero Is no reason to bollove that summoned the priests and Lcvltcs to tho court on the east of the Temple the elevation or depression of the opposite the closed porch or entrance, land, which leads to tbo rise and fall and In a frank and noble address de- In tho level of tho river, has not been clared his conviction that all the na- uniform. Tho past must be Judged tional woes had their origin In a neg- from what we know of tbe present, lect of the worship of Jehovah, and and on this basts the land movement his determination to make a new cov- which formed the terrace, and which enant with the Lord. Then he bado has scarcely changed since the Roman them, as thotr first task, to cleanse period, has been deposited at tho rata of one foot In 1,000 years, this asthe Templo thoroughly. The Second Step the Worship and signing a period of at least 170,000 years slnco tho l terrace wag Praise. Thus far tho priests and alone had been purified. Now (aid down at Galley Hill, and the anTruck for Pianos. tbe royal house and the people were ient Briton was entombed In the leverage making this possible. Tho to be formally reconciled to Jehovah. river bed. This ancient Briton was five feet Instrument can then be trundled to How was this donoT Hezeklah gathered the chief men of Jerusalem, who one inch In height. Tbo neck was any point on tho same floor level. enormously thick and tho chest was brought bullocks, lambs, rams, and for a sin offering, seven of each. narrow and protruding. PEAT DEPOSITS IN THE U. S. Tbe city rulers laid their hands upon them- FINDS SECRET OF EGYPTIANS the animals, thus Identifying Estimated That Is $40,000,000,000 selves with them. Then the priests Worth of Fuel In Section Extendkilled the animals and sprinkled their Art ef Hardening Copper Is Rediscoving Across Country. blood before the veil In tho Holy ered by Railroad Fireman of upon the altar of Incense, Place and Kansas. It has been estimated that the pouring out the remainder at the United States has $40,000,000,000 Newton, Kan. Tho process of hardbaso of the altar of burnt offerings In worth of peat deposits extending from tbe court before the Temple. The fat ening copper to tho temper of steel, the eaBt of Maine to the far northof tho offerings was burned on the an art known only to tho Egyptians westfar of Minnesota and tho Dakotas, altar of burnt offerings, and the flesh hundreds of years ago, has been redis- counting the dried peat at $3 a ton. was afterwards eaten by the priests. covered by a Kansas descendant of a again tho United States Time It was a mark of tho new national long line of metal workers, It Is de- geologicaland survey has issued pamphfeeling that aroso during Hezeklah's clared. John Stlpp, a Santa Fe fire- lets upon tho subject of peat deposits reign that this offering and those that man of this city. Is said to hold tho of the country, but It seems to bo followed were not made for Judah secret for which scientists of many characteristic of the American not to alone, but for the Northern Kingdom countries havo sought for many ages. bother about an artificially manufacIn a tiny laboratory of a neat, well-ke- tured fuel as long as ha can buy mined as welt. cottage near the railroad shops. Tho Third Step, the Wide coal and devnstato standing timber What was tho next step In which far better might bo reserved for the great reform? Tbe holding of tho other purposes than fuel. Some of tho national feast of remembrance of richest peat deposits In the world are This God's goodness, the passover. In the neighborhood of Black lake Jn havo been celebrated In tbe should St. Lawrence county, New York. year, Nlsan, correfirst month of the A foreign exchange, commenting upsponding to our April; but because on this laxness of tho American peoplo not enough of the priests had beon In regard to a great natural resourco. purified and because of the time resays that for thirty years the Notla quired to gather tho people. It was deSteel works In Sweden has been opercided that tbe exigency warranted tho ated with peat fuel, consuming an avpostponement to tho noxt month, Iyar erage of 10,000 cubic yards of dry or May. As tho reform had widened kneaded peat yearly, and delivering Hezeklah to the priests and from the heat In tho form of gas. In nSany Jeruthen to the chief men of other countries of Europe gas from salem, then to tho whole congregapeat Is a commodity. In a general tion of citizens, the next stop was to way, however. It Is pleaded for tho extend It to ths entire nation, from United States that manufacturing peat evon to Dan. Is unprofitable through the high cost Thli Fourth Step Is the Orcat of labor and the competition with soft Passover. What further purification coal from tho mlnos. Several large was needed before the passover could companies have made the attempt and was full of be celebrated? Jerusalem havo failed. heathen altars "In every corner," and In European experiments a ton of theso wero torn down and the dried peat has .been made to yield cast Into tho Kldron, forty-thregallons of alcohol when The Fifth Step Is the Generous treated with sulphuric acid and a Ghlng. What other Illustration of yeast. As a commercial alcohol It their xeal did the people give when costs about that produced the passover was completod? Their John Stlpp. from potatoes. Tar Is another product new ardor for Jehovah blazed out In a burntug Indignation against the foul looking for all tho world Uko other cot- of peat. Idols which they bad been worshiping. tages of the averago laboring man, tho Oil Paint Spray. It was as when "Peter th'o Hermit lost art was recovered. John Stlpp's The oil paint spray has beon so peraroused wholo multitudes to the wild- father, grandfather, est enthusiasm for tho rescue of tho and how. much further back ho does fected that It Is now posslblo to adjust Holy S(pulcher, or even the dour not know and does not care, wero the stream from a tine point to a wide ocotch Lowlander blazod up Ilko an metal workers. For eight years bo spray covering many Inches. This apexcitable Colt at the Initiative of Jen- has unceasingly experimented In bis paratus Is now coming Into favor for ny Gcddts. How much more theso laboratory for the secret buried with decoration, and tho finest effects aro flory Orientals? Jerusalem had been tbo ancient Egyptians. Recently his secured by Its uso. For stenciling It freed from Idols; why should the years of discouraging fatluro culmina- is possible to do work much more micountry districts still be polluted?" ted In success, and ho holds a process nute than could be accomplished with Thus tho peoplo swept like a flood for tempering copper until It defies the the use of tho brush, for a stencil of this character will not last long under over Judah and Denjamtn and the hardest flies, ho says. repeated applications of tho brush, no neighboring Epbrlam and ManusMb. matter how carefully It Is done. They broko tho heathen "Imagos" or House of Lords. pillars, cut down tho "groves" or poles d London. The bouso of lords la Pebble Industry Started. set up s symbols of the licentious of lords spiritual and tho lords A new Industry Is being started at Asberah. and overthrow tho Idolatrous temporal. AH tbo peers wero not orighill sanctuaries and their altars. inally entitled to a seat aa a matter Beaton, England. At present a larg Itcfonns must to thorough. If they of right, but only tho'so who wero ex- business Is transacted In aro to be permanent. pressly summoned by the king. Every pebbles, which are Imported from the What was the last stv In Hezo. peerage of tho United Kingdom which French roast, and It Is hoped to part of this trade. Trial orders klah's reform? The step which every Is conferred now gives tho right to a reform must take before It Is com- seat In the house of lords. Tbe num- from several large users of the' pebplete, that of permanent organization. ber Is Indefinite, and may be Increased bles are on hand, nnd gangs of men Tbt secret of llezektah's power over at tbe pleasure of tbe crown which, are. engaged In selecting the pebbles men and success In the service of however, cannot deprive a peer of tho from the beach ut Seaton and the Ood The upper neighboring villages. It U expressed in tho noelo dignity once bestowed. with which tho chronicler house at present comprises about 680 word Wave Power Motor. clof)s bis account of tbo great refor- members. Uy the act of union with A wnvn power motor that a Califomation "In ovory worV that he began Scotland, 16 representatives of tbe In tho rervlce of tho house of God, Scottish peerago aro elected by the rnia recently patented utlllxd the and In the law, and lu the command' Scottish nobility for the duration of horizontal motion of tho water Instead ments, lo ttoek bW Ood, he did It tIOi each parliament, and S3 are elected of tho vertical, us rsuilly h tbe cajo In suit) u:3(Mi:c ' ill bU heart, and prospered." tor UN by tbo peers of Ireland. n Motl Utus ft Jiu (or 11, 1911 1 AND Dumbbell, Driven Daek and Forth, Drives Tool Into Wall In Very Short Space of Time. An Ingenious drill designed partic- ularly for drilling holes In brick and mortar for the Insertion of expansion bolts Is tho work of a Pennsylvania man. This Is especially useful In. 1 n i jflsrsjygssg e New Hammer Drill. e putting up telegraph and telephone brackets, otc. The drill Is a long Iron rod with a bit at ono end and a, hollow punch at the other. A hammer, shaped Uko a dumbbell, slides back and forth on be rod, meeting at ono end with a stop devlco and at tho other end tho outstanding head of tho drill proper. To pierce brick or mortar the bit is placed at tho point to bo entered and the dumbbell-likhammer driven rapidly back and forth along the rod. The iinpotus of Us blows against tho head of tho drill will force the latter through the brick-Iless than no time. It Is said tbat a hole can bo drilled through brick In one minute with this Implement. e n HERMETIC SEAL FOR BOTTLES Screw-Cor- Is Excellent Device for Use on All Gaseous Beverages--Showk n In Illustration. Le-vlt- high-leve- The moment a bottlo of wine oi other gaseous beverage has been commence to be opened, affected by contact with tho air, and by unles some means be provided which tho bottle can be again hermetically sealed, cannot be kept any length of time, says Popular Mechanics. This device, tho working of which is clearly shown In the illustrations, a bottle of any hermetically ts Hermetic Bottle Seal. The disk at the. size. bottom of tho screw contains a rubber ring which is forced tightly down over tbe head of tbe bottom by turning the screw. ordinary Invl-tatlo- INDUSTRIAL m NOTES MECHANICAL SB s. neer-nheb- Always make suro thai calipers are properly set before us!ag them. If the bottom collar step he painted whlto It will save many a fallen th dark. Spain makes only about 40,000 tons of paper a year, half of It for the use of printers. In Germany bicycles are now used almost exclusively by the working classes. No two nations havo the same laws governing tho handling and storage ol explosives. frag-ment- e one-fourt- h Tbe motor of a now motorcycle la carried within the roar wheel Instead of on tho frame. Mexico now has a smokeless powder factory with an annual capacity ot 110,000 pounds. So soft Is freshly mined meerschaum that It may bo usod as soap, giving an o com-poso- sea-wor- n cap-tur- o A German artist carries a portable house about with him ou bis uutomo-bllon painting tours. The safest way to destroy black gunpowder Is to throw it Into water, which will dissolve Its saltpeter A machine to thoroughly clean cof-febeans and sort them Into threo sizes has been patented by a Colorado man. A portable vacuum cleaner brought out In England also may be used as a seat, table, cabinet, music tool or pedestal. A pistol so small that It may bo held In tho mouth and discharged with the teeth has been Invented by a Her llu nrtlst. About $57,000,000 worth of natural gas was sold In tho United States last year, an Increase of about $2,000,00" worth over the production of the year before. The production of gold In the United Statei sluce 1792, the earliest record abundant lather. e available. Is of tb in value, or nearly total product slnco U92, Tho vuluo of goat skins Imported lo 1904 wilt alone amount to about out of the approximately one-fourt- h a little over $3,000,000,000 $100.-000,00-0 reprinting the grand total hide of Imported and skin of all kinds. Papc Kout. THE CITIZEN. ' func t, 1911 It matters not how much Brand and flowers you tuny liavo In tho yard tho beauty Is gone If the woods nro allowed to grow, (leorgo of Jackson County In spending this week with friends here. Miss (Iracn f Him Wall Paper 10c to $1.00 per roll It requires three full nnd complete sample books to represent the line, all of which is in stock and ready for delivery. I have most all the latest designs and at prices far less than you will find elsewhere. lllanton locust Hranch. BM3iit liaH returned Miss Kiln Nash last WrWtit'm b&'&Mfiw '&ih'$S$!Mf ':?AXVSf-Ifr.- t 4vfe";'lW5 We arc showing the very latest models of the Red Cross Shoe. Come in today and let us fit you. Year after year, other women get style and comfort and evcfy time we fil a woman in ,he Red Cros3Shoc. she tells us she can never thank us enough for telling her about it. Get style and comfort. Get oA. Oxfords $3.50 and. $4. 'Vsci ' : c&2 In Livingston. M.T.0 lints' reduced to f3.r0 $1,00 huts reduced to J2.&0. f3;,0 lints reduced to $2.00? J2.."o lints reduced to fl.ftu, JLf.O sailors mid lints now J 1.00. Don't miss this, , Mrs. Jones. WANTED Helinhle, energetic man to sell Lubricating oils, greases nnd paints lu Mnilltoii and adjacent conn, ties. Salary or Coiiunlssloli. Steston Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio, Win. Ilnllanl of Valley View Is visiting relatives here now. WANTED: Old hats nnd old shoes for tho next SO days nt Welch's New Dry Goods nnd trents Furnishings Department, Mr. A. II. Williams and family have returned from Klotlda, bringing with them fair wimples of southern products, such an oranges, grnpi! fiillt, kiioviih, lemons, green beam, tomatoes, oucumlH'rs nnd water melons, on of the latter weighing SC pounds. Mr. Ualne will rend, Friday ewn-i.ifrom " Reside tlm Ituuuie llrh-ush," to the nieinl.eis of the Convocation that care, to he present. Lust Sunday night tho gave their parting words of admonition lo the V. M. V. A. Mr. Smith gnve the principal tnlk of the evening 011 Teaching us a I.lfo Work" and em. phnslred the practical side or an education. All enjoyed the r 1 esju-clallg R. H. CHFJSMAN "The Furniture Man" Olio J corres-1-oiident hoy wus seen g. HighShocs$4.$4.50and$5. greatly. John Anderson spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Oo. Lucas at Dig Hill. .Mr. nnd Mrs. enrry a piece of paper along tho walk In his hand till ho cuino to tlm wnste us imper ran. Another hoy equally close threw a banana eelltig on the jsldo wsllt. If we hnd 11 J0I1 that either lioy could fill we would filie It to the former. There is 11 big salt) on hats and shoes ut Welch's New Dry Goods and Cents' Furnishings Department for tho next 30 days. Wo guarant"o ou SO conts profit on tho purchus.-- . Mr. Morris, Gov. Wlllson's nn enthusiastic Y. M. 0. A work' A. In the V. M. ( or, will lu Upc- -r Chattel next Sunday at fi.O'l p. ni. j Everyone Is cordially welcome. Fin) lenrn tho stioke and the work siH-n- lftt week to Miss Emilia II. llaagen, our ! You pay E. F. COYLEget more or less . o GASOLINE STOVES Special sale this week on Gasoline Stoves. Come up and have a look. Mr. Eugene Thomson was here Sunc day from Louisville, on account of the death of Prof. Ellis. Miss Bess Baugh who has been lu Florida for a number of years was called homo last week on account of the death of her sister, Mrs. Newton SOURCES GATHERED FROM A VAR'ETY OF Anderson. While your wife Is washing tho O dishes, busy yourself digging the plan.Miss Nina Klug who has been teachtain and burdock out of the jar.l. ing lu Tennessee has returned home. This Is 11 good way 10 Don't bo conceited. Kverybody can Highest prices paid for wool. J. 3. do something belter than you uud Gott, Depot Street. Knows something that you don't I'res. Frost and Mr. Osborne were know. In Cincinnati, Tuesday. CITY rilON'K 133 g Miss Elizabeth Bertram Irom Vunce-burMiss Isabel Williams who has been OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE is the guest of Itev. and Mrs. teaching during the year at l'leasaut ( lino this week. illll, Teiin., came home, Sunday. DAN H. BRECK i'res. Frosl was in London ov;r Mr. Gordon Hammond's mother of Sunday, preaching the IJacculaureate Salyersvllle, came last week to stav and sermou at tho Sue Dennett Memoilal until after commencement. She Is ' Insurance school. at tho homo of her sister, Mrs. Tarl-lo- n Hut sale at Mrs. Laura Jones' Richmond, Ky. Phone 505 Combs. store, Chestnut St, Ueiea, Ky. Come Mrs. A. J. Smith was thopplng it and get your hat at re- Richmond, Saturday. U & N. TIME TABLE 6:30 a. m. 11:00 p. m duced price. They say wo are giving Knaxvllle Mr. Howard Harilson was at Um-do- n 3:67 a. m. them away. Come and see. 1:29 p. m BEREA at tho first of the week to atMr. and Mrs. 11. L. Morgan and lit7:45 a. in. 6:10 p. m. Cincinnati tend tho Commencement exercls-- s of tle daughter have returned to their tho Sue Bennett Memorhil tichool. South Bound Local 8:25 p. in. old home In Ohio. Mr. Morgan lias 6:40 a. m. Cincinnati Mr. It. J. Engle accompanied his 11:59 a. m. 12:29 p. m. been attending school In llerea und father-in-laDEREA .Mr. Hobliibon, to 6:60 a. m. oxiects to return in a year or two. 7:00 p. m. Knoxvllle Tuesday, to undergo an Miss Mury Abuey has returned to Express Trains I'erea after a visit with her sister Stop to take on and let off passen gers from beyond 'Cincinnati or from at Brush Creek. havo largo picture hats, bhupos Atlanta and beyond. lu black and while, in chip mllan and South Bound hair braid, light In weight and'auy 8:15 a. m. Cincinnati nyle, at such low prices. 11:44 a. m. BEREA .Mrs. Laura Jones. North Bound Mr. J. W. Dooley Is In town this 4:66 p. m. DEREA week after several months travel lu 8:35 p. m. Cincinnati tho south. Chrisinan and Engle carry tho best Miss Hilda Welch left Sunday for fertilizer, Borea, Ky. ' California to visit friends and be in Tho meetings at tho Christian attendance at a wedding of an old Church are being well attended. They urn, proving a great blesklug to nil schoolmate in National l'ark Semlu-urI Maryland. who are taking advantage of them. Itev. Uloom who Is conducting meet- MIhs Murgaret Shumaker's father lugu at the Christian Chuich gave a who spent last woek with her left talk to the women ot the town, Sun for his home ut Mllroy, I'u., Monday, day afternoon, on "Victorious WomanMiss May Harrison who has been MAIN ST. hood,'' It was an exceptionally flue teaching at Fulrlax, South Dakota, for talk. The men will havo their turn the last year, came home last week next Sunday afternoon. to HH,'iid the summer. Rev. E. U. Menil ot the class of Little Charles Lewis, tho sou ot Two-pieclty3 of Uerea College is doing success- - i'rof. and Mrs. C. 1). Lewis, full from e ful pastoral work at Richfield, Ohio, their hack porch, Saturday afternoon, Mrs. Chas. Uurdetto Is enjoying a land broke his left arm Just above the ., ,1.. t..i visit from her mother, Mrs. Campbell iuuv. iiu i uumg very nicuiy now. completed Miss Nina Uarber has Miss Mary Adams went to Richher business course In Lexington and mond, Saturday, for a few days. Is now at home. The Academy graduating class of n pocket book con- 1111 took their supper and spent a LOST: A taining two small koys, four roco delightful hour on the creek bank horse tickets and about $17 In cash Saturday evening. ou the smoking car ot the local train For the whitest and best flour, go going south last Friday. The owner to R. J. Engle. thinks that some one must have Miss Nettle Treadway ot I'alnt Lick found it who got off at Derea and was visiting last week at the home authorizes a liberal reward it the of her sister, Mrs. Tom Logsdon. finder will present It at The Citizen Mr. W. D. Logsdon of Urassfleld I was In town, Suuday. office. noaoaooaosotioaoaooaoaoooootioooaooci.-iotio- Berea and Vicinity. onooQ001000000000OSJO000o5 DR. BEST, DENTIST rtt. -- WELCH'S PALACE MEAT MARKET price paid for butter, eggs and chickens Pure home rendered lard Kidd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea. Ky. iiudlsturlieil. FOlt SALE Thorobred Orpington cockerel, eight hens and chicks. Ilro ' I'rof. Ituluu. A letter from Miss Sara Stewart, r. gmiluale a few oars ago Irom the, sill ll- easy. Noil Is the time to get your hat. Nurses Training Department who has Mrs. I.auni Joiik. l en practicing her profession from Siiro Enough. Corhtn as hendiunrler, rtH'OiiuU a i liifKitit visit to Oklahoma and Kanr sas, the gift of her In the 'Merest of health. She will hooii make ri turn to Kentucky and will her henduuBrters ut Ixiudon hereafter. 100 locust posts for sale. 8 2 feet long, 4 to S Inches lu dlaruuter. l'rlco 'iJ cents. Innulro at College Garden office at 1 to 1:30 p. m. F. O. Clark. Mrs. II. E. Taylor will lead the E. meeting at the Uiilou church next Sunday evening. The tuihject Is, "lessons from Great Lives, Samuel." The music committee is planning something good In their Mil". This Is our consecration meeting. Come early nnd bring u message. The membeis of the Senior and Junior chutseg were pleasantly entertained by Mr. anil Mrs. Taylor Jt Itoono Tavern last Monday evening. Alter a delightful supper, many inspiring toasts weio given oil, "Whit would I do with half a million s Tlie practical and helpful enterprises for which these would spend their money showed a truly benevolent spirit which reflects much credit on the Ethics Class. Other great subjects wore discussed also. I , ' step-fathe- ' at Burning Springs was lu llerea, Tuesday, on her way back her vacation In the east. Hlio left for Burning Springs, 'fuesday night, where she will resume hr leaching. Ilomomber 1 guarantee satisfaction with ovury order. Mrs. Iiura Jonou. There Is a big bunch of htirdook dose to the front door. It looks If it had been inlhtiiken for 11 flowtr- ing plant of some tort, so thriftily 'U It growing nnd mj long has It been 11 hr r. ' dot-lurs- ?" s Fire, Life Accident GRADUATING And WEDDING Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you want and get what you call for. Highest market 501b. cans 10c per lb. smaller lots 12c FRESH FISH EVERY THUKSDAY PRESENTS in Gold, Gold-fille- d and Sterling Silver. Birth Stone Rings and Jewelry. filch-mon- d, U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. Zbc IRacket Stove ENGRAVING FREE 1 Hot Weather Wearing Apparel AT j AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES y, RHODUS STORE HAYES THE QUALITY Suits Women's Women's Women's Women's Women's Women's BEREA, K. pig-ski- Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Straw Hats Low Shoes Summer Coats White Vests Underwear and and and and and and Children's Children's Children's Children's Children's Children's Summer Skirts Hot Weather Hats Low Shoes and Sandals Light Waists Black and Fancy Parasols Summer Underwear COME AND BUY FROM US AND YOU WILL GET THE BEST. June i. 19". THE CITIZEN. Page Five Six brand new full size 30 DAYS ONLY Best 25c Coffee Meal, per bu. 15c 65c 60c 50c 10c j DAVENPORTS 0 $20.00 suits $15.00 suits $12.00 suits $10.00 suits $12.00 $11.00 $10.00 $8.00 Patent Flour Good Flour FOR $12.50 EACH AlT Bacon A great reduction in shoes. Why Pay More? Phone 60 V CHRJSMAN'S "THE FURNITURE MAN" R.J. ENG LE 12.-1- Berea, Kentucky returned to Olivet where ho 1000 OTHER BARGAINS COMMENCEMENT VISITORS AND WHERE TO FIND CaHIDiIo meiit ...... nru tun UlllilH lit I'OIIIIIIVtlCU v -' to Uuimj who come ,l..r nf ilavH at that lntf n'.n ..... I... .,!.. f.ir tiltiiiu lug lime nun .i Single day, Wednesduy. Thob who can bo here more than tho one day, Wednesday, will find other oeintdon of almost as great luturwt a Commencement Day The anniversary cxerctMis of tho ttiundntlun School. Friday altemoon and of the Academy ou Saturdaye night are both vtry Important. Sunday, with the bcrmon to graduates In tho morning, the outat Narrow (lap lu thy door uvunltn; and Governor Wlllsoii's adme Chat.d ut night, will dies III certainly b" a great uu . Monday and Tuesday ale occupied by oral examinations lu alt departments and thus- - aio oien to visitors. Monduy night Is the llarnionla con- cert and Tuesday nigiii me reumuu of the Normal graduates, wnieu pio- iiiIhihs to Ik) an occasion of the great1 r 1 visitors, l .t-,- ; Haecu-laureat- floor Model Schools exhibit, Industrial Building, Chomihtry, Uih.t tloor Science Hall, Physics, lower floor Science Hull, Farni, Wulnut .Moadow Pike. Printing Office, flrht floor Bruce, I nllll. Harden, Scaffold t'aao Piko. Ianteru Hooni, N'os. 15 and 10, third floor Lincoln .Mall. Lincoln Hall. In charge of Prof. Dlnsmore, No. 1. Commercial exhibit, second floor Lincoln Hall, No. 8. Library, In chargo of Ml mi Corwln. Hall, In chargo of MUs Boworsox. PROF. ELLIS DIES AFTER YEAR'S ILLNESS ! ' j Coulliiunl fii.m tit. I pagr) found him Impartial, am, BJnipathetle. It was her lestl- IOny S. ! voyi, l(1( f)rBl vijxcv j,, ,g thought, . vjle laJ mailo to fl,t, through lur contact vwtli him that his llfo vus lm, f0 wortu living. r. ftj.u recalled u prayer he had Inter-ist- . heard l'rof. Kills offer lu tho Chap'l Itself Is a before he was called hero as a Commencement .... Day ... i i l no exerciMts wm" (metier. Tho prujer had made an time. ctuwded a o clock anil Impression upon him and during tho In the Tabernacle at hu. elven ill series. At the close ot three years ot his profewonhip It hud bomo Into his consciousness onoh one a cannon Is fired which ictllu had exemplified tho gives noltco that the Tabeiuailo doors ,l;lt aro oixned ho that othort. can go in ,imyiir. "Tho first tlmo I taw 1'roL said Mr. Todd, ' he was while those who have been III enn lug In prayer with tho beautiful eomo out. The Tabernacle beats only about spirit which characterized him. Tho of tho. who aw hero on aHt tlmo I saw him, hi tho spirit ot rd. Commencement Da, tho other tv,o- - j tlint prayer, he was theerlng audi Tho characterUtlis of l'rof. Kills htudent." thirds sMmd tho most profltablo tlmo huiplng a that most deeply touched Mr. Hoggs jng!, Howersox likened our lives ero his unfailing sympathy, bis In passing around among tho exhibits, prism and bald that loilnstaklng accuracy and his lively Hvery one, however, should siKind ono to a many-side- d lrhMl in tho Tabernacle mid as many nh Wl( BO about tho streets we show Interest In all tho nffalis of tho iKibslhlo bhould Imi there at 12 (,no sldo of our lives, to our btudents- - bi hool, these ciualltles suffering ii j no o'clock to witness tho presentation v,o show another side, to our abatement during his sickness. Ho of the prlio lllhles and the giving of ( ra wo bIiow another side and htlll h.ul wanted to work and had calhd another phase ot our llfo we show to ' just a fow days before his death for degrees and diplomas. Important exhibits tl.o dear ones In tho homo clrclo. lu report made some tlmo ago whl'h A list of the .Mr. Kills, In n singular way, won tho he wished to revise und had also In- follows: office, l'rof. peopiu in every sniu oi uis uie, rvery W.lred diligently concerning inauy Information Cetiural phase of his character as we worked tilings about the College. Scale, No. 7. Lincoln Hall. I th him more und mure showed to "Tho hoary head Is a crown Clme, Academy office. of 1 Ul of us tho Interest nnd sympathy glory when It Is found lu tho way of Motherta' Boom, No. 80 aud tho two dominant traits which seem- - righteousness,'1 said Prof. Dlnsmoio, Chapel. Lunch and Check lioom, .Mouei cti to prevail ns wo speak of him nnd juotlng Proverbs, and It any man think of him. Sho was also Impress- - In Bercn has lived according to the school building, nearest Tabernacle. Sloyd and Freehand Drawing, b.c- - ul with tho youthful spirit which he conditions of thut text, It was Prof. Miceeeded In manifesting and told how mils. Ho exemplified ond floor Industrial Building, optimism like Architectural Drawing, becond floor. he entered Into tho Jolly bongs and that of youth being as hopeful as pranks of tho College hoys. The though no plan had over been thwuit-id- . Industrial Building. Carpentry, second floor, ilruco helpfuluess of Mrs. Kills In the llfo Ho governed with lovo and kindwork of her husband was notowoithy, ness, but he did not stop short of Building nnd lust floor, north. spoke she of Knglno Hoom, New und old power and her its expecting and requiring tho hl,;h "Kqually devoted, equally willing to standards of excellence. plants. Laundry, first lloor Industrial mako sacrifices, equally willing that Prof. Kills was born at Plitssls, N. ltor children und all tho children be- Y., In 1853. While he was very young Building, north end. Sowing and Cooking, first floor In- longing to tho College should have a his parents moved to Albion, Mich., good time, and no sacrifice was too later to Olivet whoro Mr. Kills enterdustrial Building. ed the vlllago school, going next InCabinet, first floor Industrial Hutld- - great to bring theso about,' Miss Sproulo, speaking for tho stu to tho Academy and finally, in 187.S, ItiK. Botany laboratory, flrbt floor Indus- - dents, suld that "somo of our teach- - graduating from Olivet College. The orb we respect, boiiiq wo ndmtro nnd following flvo years wero spent at trial Building. Talladega, Ala. This place ho loft, ou account ot Mrs. KIIIb' health and tlint the students' interest al- - et i.,ti ( i:k" soma wo lovo. Willi l'rof. Kills It wus all throe, but most or uli wo lov- ed him." She had talked with several of tho girls und their lnvurlauio, tesu- many had been that he was a friend to uvory Btudent. Sliu characterized him as an Ideal teacher and said that besides teaching tho leBbon ho always taught a new Interest and lovo for tliu subject. She believes that his students will over seek to pass Ills spirit and Ideals along. Mr. Imrle told of l'rof. Kills' In- terest lu the V. M. C. A. movement l.ud said that hu had often been ask-t- 'l to take crowds of tho boys to his home, tho suggestion being that o would like to see the home-bid- ': ones. Ho ncounted how l'rof. Kills hud wanted to go to United Chapel on tho day before his death and ho a when Mr. Kills expostulated with him he had said, "1 am hungry to see the students for I lovo them, every sluglo 'one." That was his last message to ithe student body and one In which Mrs. Kills Joined. l'rof. Hobertson touched upon tho quality of l'rof. Kills' friendship ani was reminded fiom his experience with him that ho never sought to bear tho lighter end of tho burdeu. Ho characterized him as a thought- ful man whoso whole llfo had been do-voted to ono purpose and that not a nai row one Christian education. s !ftn illustration of his thoughtfulness ho told of u letter received from l'rof. Kills by tho College Faculty at Its l;,st session for the year the touch- lug and heart-fel- t greeting It 1 convey-imo-thlrd became principal of thu Academy, supplying Li tho nbsence of tho principal. Then niter borvlng a year In u Chicago Manual Training School ho was call-e- u to be 1'iofessor of Latin In Ollv.-- t Academy. Hero he remained eighteen ) ars holding tho place of principal part of the time. In 1U03 he was -lected president of Tabor College, In., ehero ho served until 1308 when lie l.icamo Professor ot Latin In Bor:n i ollege. In 1S71I he waB married to Miss Microtia lliown who had also been .t student of Olivet. Mrs. Kills aryl f'.iir children, Paul, Mabel, Edith and Italph sui vivo him. BIG DAY AT NARROW GAP Chorus Song of tho Soldiers pel. 7:30 p. in. Interpretation of St. Klghth Grade. John's llovclatlou. y 0:00 Monday, June Oration Tho Significance ot thi a. in. The Blblo as a Drama lu two Acts with Civil War L. P. Uabbard. Music Glee Club. uu interlude. Kxerclse Third Grade. SAVE THE WATER Heading Planting the Flag 0.1 Tho unusual dry weather is serious- Lookout Mountain S. M. Mayfleld. ly affecting tho college water supply Hecltntlon Tho Old Army Kettle aud all persons aro urged to uso It l ioyd Logglns. Flag Drill Sixth Grade. af sparingly as possible. Kxorclso The Blue nnd tho Gray That tho supply may not fall durSeventh Grade. ing Commencement week It is an.Music Band. nounced that tho water will be turned off from i) p. in. till 6 a. in. Care The band, followed by the G. A. should bo taken not to leave faucets It. nnd a largo crowd of citizens, Imopen so that water will waste early mediately after tho program made In tho morning when It Is turned on. their way to tho cemetery to decorate tho graves of the honored dead of memorialIay irrriNGLY U l'rof. l'enniman Is to be In Berea tlmo this year ut Commencement and has arranged for a great day at Narrow Cap on Baccalaureate Sunday, Juno 4. Dr. JouSisou who comes all tho way from Boston for Commencement will 1x3 hero on Sunday and will bo the chief preacher at Narrow Cap Sunday afternoon at 2:30. Miss Lillian Ambrose will sing. It will be a good time to grease up your buggy and come. SATURDAY SHOE SPECIAL A number of 1, 2 and 3 strap pumps lor women and children to be sold :it greatly reduced prices while they lust. Come, early, don't lot them get your sire. Our terms, cash to one and all. J. M. Coyle. In Brannaman House. BIBLE AS LITERATURE j j ' Dr. Moulton's Lectures Open to All Tho College takes pleasure lu an nounclng that Dr. Moulton, whose lectures on tho Bible as Literature are of such great value, has consented to pivo six addresses during tho Convocation of tho College workers which follows Commencement this year. Theso lectures uro entirely free and many pastors, teachers and Christian vorkers from outside Berea aro expected. It Is also hoped that tho citizens and church people of Berea will arrange to take advantage of them. The lectures will be given In the College Chapel as follows: The Friday, June 97:30 p. in. Literary Study ot tho Blblo as Distinguished from Theology nnd Critl-clbi- tho war. In tho afternoon Comrade Ft auk Smith of Bellevuo, O., who had been Splendid Audiences Listen to Program lu Aiidersonvllle prison during the and Address Graves Decorated. war, spoke on his experiences there. Memorial Day In Berea was never His enthusiastic manner of presenting before celebrated lu a more enthus- them delighted the old soldiers and iastic or delightful manner than it interested tho audience for nearly two hours. was, Tuesday. The old soldiers of the Civil War SUNDAY'S EXERCISES and. the large audience who attended Tho Memorial Sermon of Sunday, tho exercises were much gratified and Interested lu the various parts of tho May 25th, wa3 preached in the Colday's program. A large number at- li go Chaitel by ltev, Isaiah Cllue of tended tho morning exercises and tho M. K. church at Berea. Tho front pronounced them excellent. Several seats wero occupied by 24 old soldiers times during tho program some old Viearlng their Memorial badges. Beboldler would call out, "Good," testify- hind them were a goodly number of ing to his deep lnteiest in somo num- tho Woman's Relief Corps. Sons ot Civil war soldiers were Invited to ber. special seats, and a number respondTho following Is tho program: Music Band. ed. The sermon was a strong presenPrayoi Prof. Ralno. tation ot some of the causes leading 3 in Oration Patriotism of the Ken- to the great conflict of whose results even the defeated partucky Unionists A. Baldwin. ty now rejoices. Expressions ot satisKxerclse Primary Class. faction with the sermon were heard Kecitatlon Hero of tho Sixties Myrtle Starns. on every hand. """f"""-- " cel- ebrated 1SG1-C- 30 ACRES good Blue Grass land. No improvements. 4 2 miles from Berea on pike. $50.00 per acre. 1-- 200 n. : Saturday, Juno 1010:00 a. 111. The Blblo as a Story Book. 7:30 p. in. Interpretation of the Book of Job. Sunday, Juno 11 11:00 a. m. Interpretation of St. Matthew's Cos- r-o- ACRE FARM. Good improvements, 60 acres fine bottom land, balance timber. 8 miles from Berea. $4200.00. Terms. 4 tH A FEW first class residence lots on a leading thorofare in Berea. Reasonable price. Easy parments. SOME NICE residences in Berea for sale at a moderate price on easy payments. DON'T NEGLECT YOUR WATCH AWATCfJl is a delicate piece It calls for less attention than most machinery, but must be cleaned and oiled occasionally to keep perfect time. With proper care a Wallham Watch will keep perfect time (or a lifetime. It will pay you well to let us clean your witch every ia or 18 months. BLUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE i- miles West of Paint Lick, Ky., one-hamile A blue grasi farm j 4 acres. Real black-walnoff the pike on county road, containing 9 A good frame cottage land, well improved, well fenced, well watered. consisting of four rooms which arc plastered and papered, high ceiling, also two verandas. A good cistern in yard, small young orchard. A one thousand dollar tobacco barn and a large stock barn. I also have other blue grass farms in Madison and Garrard counties, small and large. Come to .me and I will give you descriptions. Residence, store property and building lots for sale on easy terms in the prosperous business and College town of llerea, Ky. Write to me and let's look each other in the face soon and talk trade about any realty I have. Yours truly, -i lf 3-ut Red Cross Flour, 65 cents. Every Sack Guaruteed IN FACT, if you want Real Estate any where or of any kind, write and tell me what you want. I am in a position to render you valuable service in supplying your wants. CALL UPON OR ADDRESS, G. D. Room 4, HOLLIDAY Berea Bank C& Personal Representative of National Realty Co., Washington, D. C. Trust Building J. P. BICKNELL TATUM'S T. A. ROBINSON Optician and Jeweler BEREA, - BEREA, KY. KENTUCKY i . a Page Six though his touch wu about to rnlt upon somo fragile flower, ho drow tho girl to him, took her beautiful face between tils two strong hands nnd gnzed itendlly nnd silently, for a mo-ment Into her eyes. "God bless you, little Wlnnsome!" he whispered, "I hope that somo day you will forgive mo." Tho girl understood him. "If I havo anything to forgive you arc forgiven." The pistol dropped upon tho sand, her hands stolo to his shoulders. "I want you to tako something to Marlon for me," sho whispered softly, THE CITIZEN m glance nnd he drew buck tn istrinlik mont. Ho looked again, and bis fan turned suddenly white, nd an nlraost Inaudible cry fell from his lips. There was so longer a cabin in tho clear Ingi Whore It had been thero was gathered n crowd of men and boys, Abovo their heads ho saw n thin film of smoko nnd he knew hnt had hap- pencil. Marlon's homo had burned! llut what was tho crowd doing? It hung closo In about the smoldering ruins ns If every rreracn In It were striving to rench n common contot Surely 4 mcro flro would not gathot and hold n throng llko tls. Nnthanlol rose to htk feet and thrust his head and shoulders from Ho hc&rd a loud his bidlng-placo- . shout near him nnd drow mck quick- ly as a boy nishnd mndlj across the opening toward tho trowA crying out nt tho top of his volco. Up had come out of the path that led la St. James, No sooner had ho reached tho group about tho burned cabin than thero came a chango that added to Nathanl- el's bewilderment. Ho iienrd loud voices, tho excited shouting of men and tho shrill cries of toys, and tho crowd suddenly began to movo. thin- nlng itself out until It was racing In n black stream toward tho Mormon city. In his cxcltoment Nathaniel bur e fled toward tho path. From the ccalmcnt of a clump of bushes ha watched tho people as they rushf.t post him n dozen paces away. Ho- hind all tho othors thero came a figure that drow a sharp cry from him aa ho leaped from his hldinjplaCO. It ,'usobad,ah Pr,co- con-som- June BOBBY'S POCKET. Our nolihy Is a little boy of six years M or so; And every kind of niMitsh In Ms pocket ne mil maw. 1, 1911 STORY CJ The Courage of Captain Plum By JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD JTOS ANIMALS ARE One day ha Ihotislit he'd empty It fo he ngnln could stork II): And here's nn alphnhot of what nas found in Ilolibr s pocket. A was n was n bouncing rubber flail that bounded In the air. a rosy Apple, with somo lilies out here nnd Ihrre, - QUAINT GARDEN IN CHICAGO EASILY MADE "This!" And sho kissed him. I lor eyes shono upon him like a benediction. "You have given mo a hw llfo, you have given mo Noll! My prayers ore with you." And kissing him again, sho slipped away from under bis hands before be Imlta'.lons of Pretty Little Pets May B Put Together Out of Raisin and Few Cloves. UJ)' MVltTI.i: T IKONS.) I know that many of my playfellows C was a crispy, crusty Cake, with rltron n me mp. n waa n dunclits; Donkey that could Jump oroiinn and hop. B was n little robin's Kirir, nil speckled uuie nnn nrnwn; v was a nurty Feather that wn white and sort ns down. (1 Showing What May Be Done When the Work Is Approached In Proptr Spirit, IBsitrebsM by Mxni C by Dobba-UtrrU- Ktttaer , (Copyright 1908 I Co.) 3YN0PSI8. Cant. Nathaniel Plum of the eloon Tv phoon. lands secretly on Heaver Island stronghold of the Mormons. Obadlah Price. Mormon councilor, confronts him. tells him he Is expected, nnd bargains for the ammunition aboard tha sloop. He binds Nat by a solemn oath to deliver a package to Franklin l'lerce. president of me uimea elates, near mces cabin iMat sees ino frightened race of a young woman nno disappears in ino aaraness, leaving an odor or lllaa. It develops that Nat's visit to the Island la to demand set wtmeni ox ins Kins airang, ior me iooi ire of his sloop by Mormons. Pries shows isai ine King's paiace, ana tnrougn window he sees the lady of the lilacs, who Price savs Is the klne's seventh wlfn. Calling at the king's olTlco Nat Is warned by a young woman that his life Is In dan- Strang Rer. hears Nat'sprofosses Indignation when grievance and promises to who Nat rescues Eunlsh the guilty. whipped, and Nell, king publicly the orders the sheriff. Arbor Croche. to pursue and kill the two men. Plum learns that Marlon, the girl of the lilacs. Is sisier. ins two men plan to escape on Nat's sloop and take Marlon and Wlnnsome, daughter of Arbor Croche, svnd sweetheart of Nell. Nat discovers that the sloop Is gone. Marlon tells him cnat nis snip nas been seized by the Mormons. She begs him to leave the Island, telling htm that nothing can save her from Strang, whom she Is doomed to marry. Plum finds Price raving mad. Ilecov-rlnhe tells Nat that Strang Is doomed, that armed men are descending on the Island. Nat learns that Marlon has been summoned to the castle by Strang. Nat kills Arbor Croche. and after a desperate "Kiit wiin ine King, leaves mm ror aeaa. The avenging host from tha mainland de scends on St. James. Neil and Nat take m. part In the battle and the latter Is wounded. Strang, whom Nat thought he had killed, orders him thrown Into a He finds Nell a fellow prisoner. They overhear the Mormon Jury deciding ineir iaie. a. uriooa jailer urines me rlsoners word of Wlnnsomo and Marion, ound and gagged the two men are taken out to sea In a boat. They are left to auffsr tha "straight death'1 on a wild ejection of the coast. Just as they had riven up hope the men are rescued by Marlon and Wlnnsome. Nat faints, and when be recover Marlon Is gone. g. dun-C&o- n. could speak. And Nathaniel, following her with hls eyes until ho could no longer see her, picked up tho pistol and set off ngain toward the forest, tho touch of her lips and tho prayors of this girl whose father ho had slain filling him with something that was more than strength, inoro than hope. Ho examined tho pistol that Winn- had given him. Thero were flvo shots In It and ho smiled Joyously as ho saw that It had been loaded by an cxperlenccd hand. It would bo easy enough for him to And Strang. Fhr hmini ha tnvl stnarfllr the sand. Tho sun roso nbovo Mat. -Obadlah! he called. Obadlah hot and bllsterlnir. nnd tho dunes still J nlinml nf him llkn win. "ICO I stretched nut T,no oId rann turned. His faco was nows and hills and mountains of gilt- waa chattering to himself. tering glass. Gradually tho desert be- - Hv'd' u as ne ran up to came narrower. Far ahead ho could Ho betrayed no surprise soo whore the forest came down to ?tt"ianlel. tho tSioro and his heart grew at aeeInB h'm. and yet thero was the llihtjr Half nn hour utor ht n. 'nsano grip of steel In tho two hands tcred the margin of trees. Almost im- - tnnt clulcn"l Acrcoly nt Nrtthanlnl's. ou navo com " time, Nat!" ho mediately ho found alms of llfo. A tree had been felled and cut Into panlcd Joy'"""- - "You havo como In " wood. A short distance beyond he UmeI Hurry hurry-hu- rry 118 na back into tho clearing, with came suddenly upon a narrow path, beaten hard by the passing of feet, Nathaniel closo at his side, nnd tolnt- and leading toward tho lake. Ho had eQ lo ln smoKing ruins of the cabin meant to rest under tho shade of among tno lilacs. wa killed last night I" he these trees, but now ho forgot his fatigue. For a moment ho hesitated. cried shrilly. "Somebody murdered Far back In the forest ho heard the them and burned them with tha barking of a dog hut ho turned In house! They are dead-dea- d!" "Who?" shouted Nathaniel. the opposite direction. If there was a Obadlah had stopped and was rub bing and twisting his hands In hla old, mad way. "Tho old folks. Ho. ho. the old folks, of course! They are dead (hnrh have nil uorts of pretty pets cats and wings were irreen; dogs, birds, and many oUiers nf which II was a itrlmy Handkerchief that ence perhaps waa clean. they are very fond, so I am sure they will to interested In hearing how I was a plaster Imsne that had lost Its piaster head; to make Imitation animals out of quite J was a Jolly Jumplnc Jack nil painted simple materials. blue and red. Let us take the turtle, for Instance, Get a big prunu or raisin nnd flatten K was a keen and shlnlns; Knife, 'twould rut It down with your Angers. Now stick f was the toURhrst bark; a little wiwdeu Uon, strayed out four cloves (which must also bo bog of Noah's Ark, ged from mother's pantry) In It for tho M was n Mnrll, large and round, with legs, nnd anothor one for the head rolnrs tirtsht and end, hoy presto! you will havo a most N was a bent und rlear;Nail, of little ruilr realistic looking turtle which mny be ihm', I fesr. pulled along by a thread. (Fig. 1.) A frog nlso Is slmpln to make, but O ns n tiny Oil Can. which was alwaya upside down; mint be put together In n nomowhat I' was a IVnny ltob had saved to spend some day In town. different manner First of nil rut his Q was a was a lively Oraashopper, wlwwe lees It was n lis quilted ear tab, which had lost elvrt mate; ltlns with Rlasay eem of site and weight. won-ilro- in "' " 8 wss n Rlrlnc. a piece of 8op, a Stone, a Hponire. a Hilcki T was a lump nf Taffy, exceeding toft ana thick, It, an umbrella handle of V silver-mounte- d horn: wss a comic Valentine, a little crcn.nl and worn. "by Peti. shape out of paper which has been colored a greenish grey, and pnsto this onto nn egg shell. (Figs. 2 and 3.) The slightest breath of air will make him wriggle in a most lifelike manner, WHY Imitation W was some sllcky Wat, lovely to pinch aim mould) X was an old Xprea. worn out In every IOU1. Y Z ss a lot of Yellow Tarn, all hunched up like a moo. was u Jagged piece of Zinc, found in a plumber's shop. earn single thing: he's aa happy as a King! -- Carolyn Wells. In Uttle Folks. All these are Hob's possessions, he loves And owning all these treasures HORSE DISLIKES CAMEL of Disapproves ture dead CHAPTER Marion XII. Freed From Bondage. "Gono!" moaned Wlnnsome again. "She has gono back to Strang!" INell was crawling to them like wounded animal acroas the sand. She started toward htm but Nathan-iestopped her. "She Is the king's wife " His throat was swollen so that ho could hardly speak. "No. They are to bo married to night. Ob, I thought she was going to toy!" Sho tore herself away from him to go to Neil, who had fallen upon his face exhausted, a dozen yards away. In the wet sand, where the Incoming waves lapped his bands and feet, Nathaniel sank down, bis eyes staring out into the shlmmoring distance whero Marion had gone. His brain was In a daze, and he wondored if he had been stricken by somo strange madness U this all was but some passing phantasm that would soon leave him again to his mlsory and hla despair. But the dash of the cold water against htm cleared away his doubt. Marlon had come to blin. She had saved him from death. And now she wus gone. And she was not tho king's wlfel He staggered to his feet agatn and plunged into the lake until tho water reached to his waist, calling lior name, entreating her In weak, half choked cries to como back to blm. The water soaked through to his hot, numb restoring his reason and body, strength, and ho buried his face In It and drank like one who had been near to dying of thirst. Thon he returned l to Nell. Wlnnsomo wan holding his head in her arms. Ho dropped upon his knees beside them and saw that life was returning full and strong lu Nell's face "You will be ablu to walk lu a few minutes," he said, "You und Wlnnsomo muHt leavo here. We are on the mainland uud If you follow tho shore northward you will como to tho settlements. I am going back for Marion," Neil made an effort to follow him as lie roso to his feet. "Nat Nat wait " Wlnnsomo "You mubt held go him back, with fright- ened, tightening bur arms about him. Wlnnsome." Kell stretched up to blm. "You must take her to tho first settlement up the coast. I will coinu back to you with Marion." He spoko confidently, as a man who aces his way open clearly before blm, and yet as be turned, half running, to the low black Bhadow of tho distant forest he knew that ho rras beginning a blind light against fate. If he could And a hunter's cabin, a fisherman's bnnty a boat. Uaiely bud be disappeared when a voice called to him. It was Winn-ome- , Tho srirl ran up to blm holding something Hi her baud. It was a pistol. "You raaj need III" sho exclaimed. "We brought twol" Nathaniel reached out hesitatingly, tout no tuko the weaiu Qimtlr, For Hours He Trod Steadily Through the Sand. boat the path would take him to it. Through a break In the trees be caught tho green sweep of marsh rice and his heart beat excitedly with hope. Where there was rlco there were wild fowl, and surely where thero were wild fowl there would be him quickly. "Those are king's sheriffs, Nat," be a punt or a canoe! In his eagerness ho ran, and where tho path ended, tho said. 'They know me. In a moment flags and rlco beaten Into the mud and they will recognize you. The United water, ho stopped with an exultant States warship Michigan has lust ar cry. At his feet was a canoe. It was rived in the harbor to arrest Strang. wet, as though Just drawn out of the If you can reach the cabin and hold It water, and a freshly used paddlo waa for an hour you will be aavad. Quick you must run lying across tho bow. Pausing but to "Where Is Marlon tako a quick and cautious glanco "At tho cabin! She Is about blm ho shoved the frail craft Into the lako and with a few quiet Nathaniel waited to hear no t ore strokes buried himself In the rice but sped toward the breach Ik tb gross. When he emerged from It he forest that marked the beginning of tho path to Obadlah's. The shouts of was half a mile from tho shore. For a long time he sat motionless, 'he kings men camo to him unheeded looking out over the shimmering sea. At the edge of tho woods ho glanced Fur to the south nnd west he could back and saw that they had overta-raak- o out tho dim outllno of Heaver ken tho councilor. As he ran be drew Island, whllo over tho trail ho had nls pistol and In his wild Joy be flung como, mile upon mile, lay the glisten- - back a shout of defiance to the mn Ing dunes. Somowhero between the who were pursuing nlra. Marion was white desert sand and that distant I at the cabin and a government chip coast of tho Mormon kingdom Marion nat como to put an end to tha reign tho Mormon king! He shouted was making her way back to bondage. Nathaniel had given up all hone of Marion's name as he came In sigh. overtaking her now. Long before be f tho cabin; ho cried It aloud as h could Intercept her she would have bounded up the low steps Marlon Marlon renched tho Island. When ho started In front of tho door that led to th again he paddled slowly, and laid out for himself tho plan that he was to !ny chamber In which ho had to-follow. There must bo no mistake this ken Obadlah's gold ho saw a figure. time, no error In Judgment, no rash- - ror a moment lie was bllndod by his ness In bis daring. He would Ho In sudden dash from tho light of day Into hiding until dusk, and then under the gloom of the cabin, and ho saw cover of darkness ho would hunt down only that a figure was stundlng there Strang and kill him. After that he ns still as death. Ills pistol dropped ould fly to his canoe and escape. A to the floor. IIu stretched out tiir little later, perhaps that very night If arms, and his volco sobbed In Its en fate played tho game well for him, he treaty ns he whispered tho girl's name, In response to that whlpaf would return for Marlon. Tho sun mounted straight and hot came a low, glad cry, and Morlnn lay over his head: ho peddled mora slow- - trembling on bis breajt. ly. and rested more frequently, as It (TO I1B CONTINUED.) descended Into the west, but It still lacked two hours of sinking behind Sleeping on the Porch, the Island forest when tho white wa- You hear the crickets 'gratefully, tcr-rlof the shore camo within hla and there Is something mystic la th Islon. Ho had meant to hold off tho distant piano. For a few ralnuur you coast until tno approach of evening, He stretched out In th ufv sstful but changed his mind and landed, con- - ness, tbo Ideal cndl.it foi' day ol ceanng ins canoe in a spot which be conscientious Iaco. Tho er.cxets b marked well, for ho knew It would gin to drone and blend theu- squcaki coon lo useful to Aim again, Deep togethor and the treo tot w.v4 mors suxuQwg were already gathering in tbe I and more mystically una' yet fall lorcut auu inrougu tnese Nathaniel asloep. Morning com: vlth a Vo uiuuu ais way siuwiy in i?& oireciioa I mcnuous cnilu-l- c" v 804,'iuwt itL& i of St. James. .0Jte the sound of iri till. He came out In the stele oi dens where. You V llttls villi i. iclN forest betwoeu th ciu (hi aH St. Ing deeply in 6 fresh morning oinu r.- qv&?m1. i and grateful that you havt: a boor .lames, wormlnir ah through th votJ. lu trvld you krio t that tbo day ta u look out :q: h cpaaiay. a tingle begvo as It aouklUs.rVllii'k. his eyes, something so harshly vibrant of elation In tho quivering passion of his voice that Nathaniel felt himself filled with, a strango horror. Ho caught him by the arm, shaking him as he would have shaken n child. 'Where Is Marlon?" ho asked. 'Toll me, Obadlah where la Marion?" The councilor seemed not to havt heard him. A singular change cams. Into hla faco arid his eyes traveled be. yonil Nathaniel. Following his glancs the young man saw that three men had appeared from the scorched shrubbery about tho burned houso and were hurrying toward thorn. Without shifting bis eyes Obadlah spoko to Ho fairly shrieked tho words. Then. for a moment, ha stood tightly clutching his thin hands over his chest In a powerful effort to control himself. "They ore dead!" he repeated. Ho spoke more calmly, and yet there was something so tcrrlblo In dead" From Bottom of His Ns Hopelessly Vulgar and Awkward Animal of Desert. MAGIC SQUARE IS CURIOUS An-oth- I .t Animals have their likes and dislikes is well as men, and they aro quite as Sard to explain A cat naturally dislikes and fears a log. The elephant hates mice and Jogs, Horses loatho camels, and will aot stay In tho same block with them If they ran help It. It Is hard (o glre a cause for these tvcrslons. Why should the horse dls llko tho harmless camel and be fond 3f the dog? it must oe mat tho horso bns a Jonnant sense of beauty and of humor. The Ideal of tho horse Is grace, com bined with strength. Ho disapproves from tho bottom of hit nature of tho hopelessly vulgar, awkward and un- esthetlcal caraol. Tho bear, he sees once, though clumsy. Is unuroten- "ou,, truthful and not devoid of a sense or humor Tho dog he recognizes ss a good fellow, coinpanlonablo and unselfish. A strung bond between tho deg and the horse Is that they are both fond of sport, whereas a camel would not go an inch to see tho best race that was over run. Birds Woo With a Danee. Columns, Perpendicular, Horizontal or Diagonal, All Add Up 369 Peculiarity, Here U a curious magic square, tho columns of which horizontal, perpendicular and diagonal all add up 2i9, M M ac is, II W I SO n,a 3s 63 a tAxt 67 CT to 49" rm n u btb! 70 it is n 7N an 41 3S 41 r M 60 81 lx,75 H 60 tt 71 hri'10 87 M I 17 1 One of the quaintest gardens In Chicago Is out near tho untvorslty. It has fully Justified the location, developing; In a few years from a plain back yard garden, Into a hardy, reminiscent of Italy Tho cottage Is built with an Kngllih basement nnd tbo entranco to tho gar den Is by n vlnectad bnlcony which opens off tho dining room on the sec ond floor. Tho vlnw from this point Is most attractive. Near the foot nf tho stops U n sundial, which has for n background a trellis covered with vino of the blue clematis nnd pink tnmblors. At tho bottom of tho trellis Is a hedge of honeysuckles and In front of this aro houso plants, rubber plants, ferns and palms On each sldn of the sundial Is a magnificent bay treo. Tho right sldo of thn garden It blooming with flaming red Shirley popples, corn Unworn nnd Shasta daisies. In the spring this border won nited with lilies or the valtuy, Darwin tulips nnd sweet Williams. A llttln' later will bo the oratum lilies, salvias, zinnias and marigold, with a back ground of white clomatls. On the inner edge of thn hordor are two trellises of Dorothy I'erklns rosos which wcr started this spring and aro making good headway Next year they will climb high. At tho oxtrome end of tho garden Is a pergola, tn front of which ,'s a dona plantation of lilacs, wild currants. splrao, rhododendrons and hollyhocks There Is also a small prtrot hedge sheltering tho agaraum lilies, sweet nlyslum and feverfew. This favorlfo part or the garden Is now a background for the Illy pool, which though recently put In, has a classic, antique look. The cement pool caused a great deal of discussion, When tho mlstruss or the garden told her friends she was going to have one they pleaded with hor to restrain her artistic tondoncles, as the garden was too small and would only look "cluttered up " This advlcn the cheerfully Ignored and the pool proved a great success. As one friend nxpresaed If "It Is the most wonderful garden the moro sho puts In It ttm larger It seems." At each cornur of the pool email box trees havo been planted In cement pots. Tbe pool Is rilled with day and night blooming lilies, JapaneMo goldtadfish, pnradlsn fish, Innumernblo poles and one frog call It homo. At one sldo of tbe pool ' n coim-u- t xat with the following Inscription- o7 18 I B S4 Bx 7Z 84 tl.'tl M I will let no music enter Saving what the zephyr slnga. Which the lilies In the basin May seem pure enough lo hear 48 10 PARKS MEAN MUCH TO CITY Curious Magic Square. r at" I in tropical South America, and on somo of tho islands In the I'acIIIc, Is found the beautiful bird known as tho Jacana, uurrates Harper's Weekly. It Is famous for Its lovo dance, which Is executed by the males to Incroase the admiration of the female birds. When tho mating season approaches tho Jacana will single nut Its favorlto lady and try to win the admiration of the attentive female with all Its bewitching maneuvers. In the dance tho wings are spread and worked in such a manner that the beautiful colored fat t hers produce a brilliant effect. Size of the Stons. Little Fcrd was telling his father about n peculiar stone ho had found while at play lu the back yard, "How big was It?" asked his father. "Oh. ubout as big as u good sized small apple," replied Fred, Calling attention to the rapid multiplication or parks throughout tha world, Mr. Ilurnham of Chicago, In a lucture. urged tho town planners ta conserve nnd further this movement "Do this," be In every way posslblo. said, "becauso of tho effect of nature upon citizenship. Other things being equal, n person accustomed to living In nature has a distinct udvantago all man his life over tbo purely town-breAllure your city denizens to sylvan nature, for It U there he finds tti balm His spirit needs. "Mako no little plans, thny hav $200, realized $1,600, no magic to stir men's blood and probably themselves will not be realized The Qlrl Beat. Make big plans; aim high In hopo and At a county fair held In Massnchu work, remembering that n nohlo, logiprize of $25 was offered to the cal diagram once recorded will never setts, a pony raco. Nino boys and die, but long after we are gone will victor In a ono girl entered for tho event, and be a living thtug, assorting Itself with tbe girl came out so far ahead that over-groIng Insistency. Itemembet some of tho boys rodo off the grounds that our sons and grandsons aro gains, In dlegutt. Perhaps wo may seo the to do things that would stagger us day when a girl will beat a boy throw Iot your watchword bo order and yout ing stones at a mark or outrunning beacou beauty," him In a foot race. Lucky Coins, rteceutly there waa sold by auction the great collection of Greek coins made by F. S. llenson of llrooklyn. during the past flfteon years. Some of tho coins sold for marvelous prices. Tho record price of 13,500 was paid for a tetradachma of Katana, which had been purchased by Mr llenson In 1903, A tetradrachma of Atnphlpolls. which realized half that amount, had cost IU late owner $1,500. A Terlnn stater, which had been purchased for Wisdom Shown by Hamburg. Hamburg, Germany, carts some ol Its garbaco and houso refuse Into ttm outlying districts, whero the stuff Is plowed under tho Holds as fertilizing material, Tha rest of It Is Incinerated. Tbo product of the incinerating furnaces goes upon the market. Tint Iron Is sold at public auction, and Tho linn thn slag Is disposed of. cinders go as a top dressing on the promenades, other sizes as a top dressing on roads, tbo largest Into road foundations, It Is also used in concrcto. Another uso Is for filling material between Hours and ceilings. Berlin the Cleanest City. As loug as women complain of thn Impoliteness of Dcrlln men wo shall have to routont oursolves with the ono universally rocogntzed quality of our capital namely, that It Is tho cleanest city In the world. Herllu Lokal Anzelger. His View. "Why do they call Washington the city of magnificent distances?" "Ilecauso, answered tbe oltlc seek er, "It U such a loug way between what you go after and what you got." but which has the further peculiarity that all of the odd numbors nru placed within the Inscribed diagonal squares. Authority dives Excellent Reasons .Why -- Breathing Spots" Bhould Be Maintained, VKIB 0G3 COB ti?aCfI,i7-t?Q,VB- S(?0?B 03 K)? & BWBRTC)0K)& P C3 (SOKE) COGflGlQ) GWBEI OffBfc A PO&Ofl - DO R30 ? (BC37 WCOBK) ffCOB BOSK) E07B3 DOOK) 700303 COS LXIW MB 02 A MEMO EB607P(9(L ffM0K) WAff'S WMV tfCOSY KSQC DOORO R) A STORKS'. 0? - c.-o- . i June 1, 1911 THE CITIZEN DISEASES Ltsf-Spo- t Page Seres MM. MULCH FOR THE STRAWBERRY OF CHERRY TREE May Be Prevented by Us of Bordeaux Mixture Mlldtw Usually Found on Sprouts. Jesus, the Kingly-Frien- d BEREft Five Great Schools Under One Management USE OF ALCOHOL HEREDITARY Pathetic Story of Drllllant Lawyer Who Disowned Son When Charged With Murder. Prottcta Thtm From Injury of Freezing and Thawing and Conserves Moisture Fruit Needi. The average farmer doesn't grow strawberries nt all and many of those who do entirely neglect to mulch tliem. The beneflti of mulching are threefold; to protect from the Injury of freeilng and thawing, to keep the lierrlea clean and free from grit and to conserve moisture that the fruit often needs at time of ripening. In favorable Reasons berries can be successfully grown without mulclhng, but for a term of years there Is no earn that pays better. The work Is best done the first time the ground Is frotcn hard and any kind of straw that Is perfectly free from grass or weed seed la good material, says a writer In the Ohio Farmer. 1 have made two bad mistakes In reletting msterlal. Once when I used wheat straw that had timothy seed In It and again when I used clover hay I had such a good stand of timothy nnd clover that I couldn't fruit the bed the second sesson, but had to plow It and start a now one. While the work Is considerably more there Is no material quite so good for mulch lng as leaves. This season n strong wind swept the leaves clean from tte lawn nnd lodged them In a great teafspot and mildew the first named disease Is caused by what Is called "Shot-holFungus" and may be successfully prevented by tho use of TKXT-rthothy kin cometh. John bordeaux mixture, except that only 12, It. half tho strength of tho mixture may be applied with safety to tho foliage Consider the friendship of Jesus as of tho cherry. The mildew Is usually one of the kingly characteristics of found chiefly upon sprouts nnd young his royal nature. Tho Imperfection of our love Is In Its disquietude. With a few rare exceptions we aro never quite satisfied that we have not given our love too easily, too quickly or too freely. Ilut It was not so with Jesus. Having loved, ho loved unto the end. And we bellevo that means not only unto the end of life and throughout eternity, but also unto tho full ca pacity of his Infinite heart to love. Somo one has said, "Jesus was a sower and not a reaper;" that "Ho had very fow followers as compared with other By REV. F. E. HOPKINS, D. D. ftitw ( rirtl Cnnf tlUail Cltrtfc, Otrr, M e !. FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS What Arc Your Talents? What Are Your Hints? Keren Has the Training That is Best For YOU. great leaders or teachers." The soundness of that statement Is not at all clear. It seems to us that Jesus made friends quickly and that bo had far more of tbom than most years, men who live only thirty-thre- e and Sound and Rotted Cherries. If spraying Is required for mildew, two applications will probably be very satisfactory. I.caf-spo- t symptoms are everywhere abundant and are really of very di verse origin. In any example In which the leaf tissues are locally invaded by a parasitic fungus we may expect evident effects. In the downy mildew symp troubles there may bo wet-ro- t toms when the weather Is moist, after tho leaves have become badly diseased they may appear to die very suddenly because the gradual Inva slon of tho areas has been overlooked. In many other leaf diseases no such rapid multiplication or reproduction ol the parasite Is posslblo and limited dead patches or spots are the result. These leaf troubles are commonly very evident during rainy seasons nnd are preventable by spraying the fol logo of tho diseased plants at repeat' cd Intervals, thus keeping a supply of the funglcldo on tho leaves to or rest renewed sporo development. Cherry rot. or brown-rot- , affects all stone fruits, Including peach, apricots, etc. It Is by far the most serious and baffling of cherry diseases to the commercial cherry grower. The decay of tho fruit Is caused by this fungus. Tho conditions of the season may favor or retard tho spread and development of the disease. Tho threads of tho fungus survive In the rotted fruits, which may hang on the Careful re- trees unless removed. shoots. certain no man's friends ever clung or cling more closely than the friends or Jesus. What man of thirty-thre- e can name twolvo friends to whom he has given a whole heart's dovotlon and received the same In re turn? This Jesus did and had. Even poor, misguided Judas was his friend. And down to the moment when he left the upper room the master looked across tba table, and in loving warn ing said: "The hand of him that be trayed Me la with Me on the table." And after his groat sin such remorse came In Judas' heart on account of the way ho had abused the friendship of the Iord that ho went out and hung It Is whose work was revolutionary. A jouns man from a good family committed an atrocious murder and was put on trial for his life. His grandfather had been nn excessive drinker. Ills father and mother both drank moderately at meals. His life snd history Indicated great brain feebleness and degrees of Insanity for at least two years before the tour-ds- r Public sentiment was very strong against him at the trial. The employed an district uttorney ha able lawyer to assist blm and he publicly announced that the cause of Justice demanded tho prisoner's death, Two distinguished physicians were re tained to swear to tbn sanity of the prisoner I was called ns an expert In his defense, says a writer In an exchange. As the trial went on It was evident that the efforta of tho state would be directed to break tho force of my testimony as to the Insanity of the prisoner. I answered the .hypothetical question nnd explained It at some length for the defense, and then was by the state's attorney, who was evidently determined to destroy tho Im pression which I bad produced on the Jury. The attorney was a mnn of keen In- tellect and a thorough master of the art of examining witnesses. After cross-examine- d Early Ozark. bank against the garden fence, right ioe by the strawberry bed, so that, with large baskets, It was but a few minutes work to put them where they would do tho greatrst good. As soon as all dnngcr of freezing Is over In Ibn spring I remove a part Of the mulch that Is directly over tho plants, taking off Just enough so that I can see an occasional green leaf peeping up through, raking It between the raws where It Is left to act as a mulch to conserve moisture and make a clean path on which to walk while picking the fruit. The plants will push up through a quite heavy mulch and It Is well to leave enough directly over the plants to thoroughly protect the berries from grit; for aside from the extra work of freeing them from the dirt It Is well known that it Is possible to wssh out much of the delicate flavor of the strawberry by repeated rinsings. TREATMENT OF CANE FRUITS himself. Now men do not kill themselves for abusing those they hate. And, of course, all that tho New Testament tells us about the kingly friend Is a mcro outline. Only a few names are given. What Is the name of the friend who had tho colt ready nnd waiting for Jesus at Hethpagd when Jesus wanted to ride? Nobody knows. Who was the friend, "bearing tho pitcher of water" through tho streets of Jeru salcm, who opened his house for the last supper? Nobody knows. Hut they were among the friends of Jesus. In the New Testament we see the beginning of the great principle and that Is about all. And the essential principle of Christianity is friendship, based on perfect love. Let us not for trying various methods to create confusion In my statements, he settled down to a scientific examination, In sisting on exact answers without qual As the examination proifications. gressed It was evident to both of us that we were surprising each other In questions and answers. There was In his questioning unmistakable Indications of a very clear knowledge of tho alcoholic mind nnd method of reason ing such as can never be described in books. Although two able phyBiclans were seated at his side suggefctlng questions. It was evident that his knowledge of such eases was far superior to theirs, and the turns and forms of questions were revelations of familiarity with tho subject that was a surprise to me. At the close of the day's trial I concluded that a personal acquaintance with the attorney might give me an Insight Into his mentality that would be to my advantage In the next day's examination, which after a night of consultation and preparation would undoubtedly be still more severe. 1'pon being Introduced by the Judge, I. In nn undertone, remarked to the attorney that I had never before been 'examined by any ont who of the had such ncuto knowledge drink craze and Its victims, and that I knew that this knowledge did not come from books. After a moment's hesitation he answered roe with a quivering Hp, "Yes. I know of this matter personally In my family and It has becn a skeleton to me." He asked me to come to his room at the hotel that evening for a personal talk. Tho Interview lasted until midnight. He then told me of his only ton who was expelled from college for drinking, and of bow he had driven him away from his home against tho advice of his wife, and that his son was now serving a life sentence for murder In a western prison. He spoke of his bitter feelings against the attitude his wlfo had taken, for she had insisted that the boy was diseased. This he himself could not believe and he reviewed the henrt burnings and sorrows which followed the death of his wife, nnd her steadfast faith In the mental sickness of tint boy, and her disapproval of his own harshness; and how at her death he realized that sho was right, but his pride and position made him fear to think of this subject seriously. He spoke of his own drinking days, and of his abstinence at his wlfo'a request after, the birth of his son. Even on this trla) be did not dare to permit his feelings to assumo the possibility of mental disease. I told him frankly that ho, made n mistake, that his wife was right, that his boy was a victim, the direct transmission of his own drinking habits. Wo shook hands nnd parted with a cordiality which was not apparent In Aro you not far advanced? Then enter tho FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Here you will be placed with others llko yourself, under a special teacher, and mafc most rapid progress. You will matter Arithmetic and the common branches and bo ready to uao them. You will have singing, drawing, farm Ono year in tho Founand household management, and frco dation School costs less than $90 and Is worth $1,000. Are you aiming to bo a teacher? Then Join tho NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Here you will be to trained that you will fear no examination, and you will be taught how t teach. The demand for Herea trained teachers far exceeds tho supply. Are you Interested In earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Mile E. Marsh, Dean. Home Science. Mountain Agriculture. Nursing. Woodwork and Carpentry. Business Course, Etc Printing and Hers you soon double our earning power, and learn to enjoy dolcc things In a superior manner. Are you desiring' tbe next best thing to a College Course? Then tale two years or three years In the Dean. Two GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Matheny, years, or three years, In such practical studies ae will fit you for an honorable and useful lite. You select your studies from such as these: Physiology the science of health; Civics the science of government; Groranuur Kthlcs tho science of right the art of correct speech and and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence; Hotany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; Physic the science of machinery ' Drawing, Hookkoeplng, etc., etc. Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start In the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Mstheny, Dean. Ilest training In Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. Th Academy has Its own and Men's Dormitory, and a largo body of students of high character and ability, able Instructors, and uso of CoV lego Library And apparatus. text-booBook-Dlndlnletter-writinclass-rooms Berea College The College Itself stands apart from all the other 6choob under Its and has long- maintained the lilphcat standards known In the South, 'lo conform to tho Carnegie standards we havo diminished our former re- qulrctnonts! llequlred and clectlvo rtuuiee .with opportunity to concentrate Unrgest tollego library In Kentucky. Laboratories In particular lines. equipped for student practice. Courst lending to the degrees of A. B, B. S.. H. h and 11. Ped. MUSIC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory. Hand, may be taken for special fees In connection with, work in any of the mas-ncr-mc- nt above schools. Questions Answered Berea, Friend of Working Students. Ikjrea College, with Its affiliated" institution. It requires certain fees, hot schools. Is not a It expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benefit of Its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for student to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of tbe young people. Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well nnd Improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor anil nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents in Herea live In College buildings, ancj. assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according t.o the value of tholr labor. Except In winter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Herea favors plain clothing. Our climate is the beat, money-making "llSfI Leaf Attacked by Spot Fungus. moval of all rotted fruit and spraying for tho fungus, as per the calendar, may be relied upon to save a part of get the eleventh commandment. That Is Christianity. We know that the Jewish religion made but a Blight I in presslon even upon thoso who pro fessed It. The Greeks undertook to meet tho longing of the human heart by culture, and marvelous were the achievements of that gifted empire all the same, "the world by wisdom knew not God." Then Home Incarnated a dream ol power and colonized br far as the Ganges. Hut with power came self ishness and It crushed liberty to death. Hut Jesus came and said, "Ye are my friends." He said It to Greek and Koman. To Judah and to Israel. To Samaritan and Publican, Scribe and Pharisee, and "To as many as believed on Him to them gave He power to become the sons of God." And what did that mean? It meant if even an usorlous tax collector like Zaccheus truly repents and restore! gains where tbey belong hl he shall be treated as a friend of the Lord. If a woman has been a slnnei and she Is sorry and she will promise to sin no more, she Is to be forgiven Sho 1b not to bo stoned. Her sister shall not say "Poor thing. We aro awfully sorry for her, you know," while all tho time In their hearts the; aro not feeling kind at all. They are to help her go In pence. And men art to be kind and halp her. That Is th Idea, She Is not to be tortured bj regrets, and alarmed by fears, and torn by conscience, but the evil splrln are to driven out of her, and Into th door of her heart Is to enter tho angel of peace. When Samaritans are full of preju dice, and bigotry, and hatred, "Shall we not call down fire from heavec and destroy them?" ask the apostles nut Jesus answered "No! No! The sen of man came not to kill but tc cave. To make allvo." "The good shepherd layeth dows his llf for tho sheep. "Greater love hath no man than this, that a mar lay down his life for his friends. But God commendeth Ills love to us Id that whllo we were yet sinners, ene mies. His son died for us." Oh, what Is love? Who can fathom It? Who can deflne'lt? There Is only one who can do It, And that one Ii Jesus. For Jesus la the love of God spelt friend. And today wherever we see the rich helping the poor, and the wise Instructing the ignorant, and the strong bearing the burdens of the weak, and th saved seeking the lost wherever doors of opportunity aro be lng opened by helping hands with smiles of encouragement, wherevei hope carries Its lantern to guide out the fruit, but Judgment and attention to the details of the work are always required. It Is to be understood, also, that checking the curcullo Is a sure means of helping to check rot. Fruit Growers. Fruit growers are mostly In the forestry business. They train their trees to produce wood and wonder why and crops are late In appearing and dull Young Suckers If Not Wanted Shoots 8hould Oe Dug Up Cut In color when they come. They should Out All the Dead Wood. be In the fruit growing business, and pruno so ns to letdh light and air, also Tho young shoots and suckers from to Induce early productivity. It Is ua the old canes, If not wanted, should easy to grow good fruit as poor firebe dug up. Cut cut all dead wood, wood. leaving thrco thrifty stock In each hill. If a new plantation Is to be made, dig up carefully with a ball of earth tho strongest young shoots prowlng In tho rows. Set these In clean, mellow ground; mark tho rows the feet opart; set the plunts three feet opart In the row. For the family garden set two feet apart In the row Seeds of apples and pears should be and train to a wire trellis. This la de- town early In good, rich soli. cidedly thq best method, ns tho bed There are Several hundred serious ran be properly worked aud more and end Injurious plant diseases. more nnd firmer fruit con be grown. It is said that apples are an antiThe Cuthbert is tho leading red nup-berr- dote for liquor and tobacco. productive, hardy, with It Is Hellebore Is the best poison to use large, healthy foliage. Oolden Queen, on gooseberry and currant bushes, Cuthu jellow variety, seedling of tho Ited raspberries thrive best In a bert, Is a productive and hardy va- deep, r'ch, yellow, cool, moist, riety. Ilelng of largo site and of u loam boU. beautiful color, I consider It one of tho Wherever fruit or truck crops are family use ns well as for marbest for raised commercially spraying forms ket. Cumberland is the popular mar- part of the caro of the crop Just as ket black cap. much as does tillage, pruning and ferClean out the grass and weeds In tilizing. rotHie rows; spread one forkful of If rose bushes have been Injured by ted manure around each hill; culti- tho frost, the tops should be cut off vate tho ground between tho rows, at or below the point where the then throw a light furrow to the hills stopped, which Is sometimes close on each sldo of the rows. ground. currant bush- to the The dead wood of the Strawberries must not be uncovground, es should be cut closo to the ered too early. The mulch should stay fork out tho gross and weeds, and give on lato, so as to retard growth and tho same fertllUIng nnd culture as for thus make the bloom come after the be Tho work should raspberries. late spring frosts. dono In the fall and not left until Old apple, pear and cherry treea spring. should have tho dead and all small cross branches that Interfere with the Newly 8tt Strawberry Beds. free admittance of light and air to the IMck off all the blossoms from newbody of tree cut out ly set strawberry beds; thus you send Those wbu used the Into them- spray last year were satisfied with all the plants' strength back l unwlso to results, both for Sail Jose scale and selves Into growth. It scab, and will une same hereafter In let plants fruit the first season. pieforence to bordeaux. The use of orchard stoves or smudge Strawberry Plants. strawberry plantation pots fcr protection of fruits against The new Is only In the experishould be made beforo any other out- late spring frost s mental state In the east, although a to. The door work Is attended , Urge orchards of hinges largely upon early plant-leg- I regular practlco In the far west. In a cool, moist soil. d lime-sulphusue-res- but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm wrap and underclothing, umbrella and overshoes aro necessary- - The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below tout. The College asks no rent for tho fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and. towels. For table board, without coffee or extras. $1.3D a week. In the fallU and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and Is returned.' when the student departs. ' for care of school buildSecond an "Incidental Fee" to help on ings, hospital, library, etc. (S.udents pay nothing for tuition or services of teachcrs-ra- ll our Instruction is a freo gift), The Incidental Fee for most students Sa $f.00 a term, $C.0Q In Academy and Normal, and 17.00 In Collegiate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: for-retuexpe.-r.sc- Vocational COO and Foundation FALL TERM School. ." and Academy Normal $ COO ' Incidental Fee Uoom Heard, 7 weekB $ College. $ 7.00 OAZ- - . ." 6.60 9.4! $20.0.'. 9.45 $29.f.Q 7.00 1.45 $22.4& Amount due Sept. 13, 1911 Hoard 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 11)11 9.45 131.90 Total for term If paid in advance... WINTCR TERM , Incidental Fee Room Hoard, ti weeks "$23.00 ? 11,1)0 ti.PO WM0 1 COO $32.40 $ 7.CX1 ,9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $28.50 $ 5.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $30.70 $ 7.2 'JJHt $23.20 $3SJ20 steps along the unfamiliar and slip pery paths of life, wherever wo cas get on the track of men and womes that have crossed the road to lift tig a wounded traveler and take care ol him until he can take caro of himself there, and everywhere, behind tbesi ministries, and rising above all as tbi tnsplrer of all, we catch eight of tht world's only king, tho ruler of tht human heart. The world's everlastlni und omnipotent friend, and he Ii an the next day's examination, and yet beneath the bluff and stern exterior I could see tbe real man struggling to put the question so that my answers would be the least favorable to his Interest. Tho case was won. My testimony prevailed and tbe victim was placed In nn Insane asylum, where be died two years later, No ono knew that our midnight Interview saved this prisoner from Judicial murder. A few )eun afterword this lawyor employed me as an expert In tbe defense of a similar case. At the rloe of tbe trial I went to his son. a poor, harmless, hMlMdlotlc roan. No questions were afcked. but I knew that he had only recently been released nnd brought home to die. The father's tenderness toward hlra tinned this. ornmltt;-- i In anThe rrlmo had other statu and no tine knuw th- - facti of the case. A year later this lawyer was fouud dead In his bed, and (he boy was placed lu a private asylum, where he Is now living. Fortuuutcly, tils mind (ne Is gone and he Is unable to past. This Incident Illustrates some of tbe stnrtllnc facts cot recogulied. Ix-eret-al- l , Amount due Jan. 3. 1912 Hoard C weeks, due Feb. 14. 1912 Total for term If paid In advance SPRING TERM .' 531.70 $ TjTMJ Incldeutal roe IJoom Hoard, 5 : ueeks., C.7f ?16.7f. ii.7f S22.fi0 22.00 0.00 fi.00 C.75 MM) fi.75 $1K.7S C.75". Amount dtie March "J". 1912. .T Heard 6 weeku, due Maj 1, 1912 $17.75 C.75 $24.50 $21.00 Total for torm.. If paid In $2D)' $2S.OO advance.... Plan Now, Come September Any able-bodie- (31 h young man or young woman can ytt ancducatlon at there e the will to do so. a groat advantage to mart la the Ft' II nnd have a full year of study. Many young people wastu tli.ie In the public schools going over and over the banio things, thcn they .night bi improving much fuKtrt by coming to Herea and starting In on new studio; with come of (hi beH young men and women from other couutluu ami Htitrs. Make your plans to come September 13th. For Information or friendly ndtlco write to the Hrcrc'ary. Herea It If U cuu-tlimo- Will (2. Gamble, bereh, ky. Page Eight. ononononononononononomenonononononononononononono THE CITIZEN. torch with a largo crowd In attend nice. Mr. Floyd Neely hns gone to Illinois to work. Lllllo Richardson about two weeks ago cut about one half of her thumb oft to tho first Joint. M. J. Carrier and Mr. Nowsorn, Stato managers, of tho Modern Brotherhood of America, will organlzo n lndgo at Plncvllle, this weok. Jason Settle fell In a pond tho other day and came very near being His father being drowned. near saved him, but ho had already Norn nn fcono to tho bottom twice. Nancy Azbill of Heron arc spending a fow days with their grmid parents at M. D. Settlo's. Mrs. Pearl Mnr cum and Ella M. Powell arc visiting at Panola. 1 June i, 1911. HAS NO SUBSTITUTE Lost Paper I East Kentucky Correspondence f s News You Get Nowhere Else Ro MORMONISM Likened to Cancer Success of Missionary against the Superstition. By NORMAN A. IMR1K Mormonlsm Efforts-Warnin- g Kvn .tin a mission to reform his morals likened to a cancer. Tho flguro la or strengthen his collapsing faith. n ti tfittitt li accurate In the activity and certain-I- t He bids farewell to his friends at y with which It spread. Thero Is n large dnnco given in his honor, I probably no religious organization In the proceeds of which help hint as w"y tho nasl week. Miss Dovlo Crow- JACKSON COUNTY tho world today proportionately at lio travels without purse or scrip (?) Icy Is staying with Mm. Jack IIojo SANII OAT. uctlvo In Its propagnndUm as tho and practically lives on tho people wook. John Hudson and famito tho this Sand Oap, May Mormon church. Hero am some of with whom ho works. He comes to ly havo moved Into unclo Levi Parks' dry weather, crops In tlila section house. He Is staying with them no at. tho latest facts regarding It. Fully your door, conceals his Mormon Idenaro not doing well Charles Abner 2,000 ciders nro at work In various tity by labelling himself ft Latter Day 1C. McKecn and Tom McKeen of near hero Big who lived on South Fork mission fields of tho church. From i'tlnt ami shows you his Articles of Hill attended church here, Sundied, Wednesday morning, of heart day. tho headquarters of these fields and i'nlth, so veneered with Christian dropsy. Mr. Abner had been ill for CLoricn noTTOM. Salt Lako City, (terlodlcals are ! terminology that you can take few CLAY COUNTY to May 2S. Tho come. time. Two weeks previous Clover Bottom, usued having nn aggregate circulaexceptions to them. Ho never urges VlftK Ills death, Drs. Cornelius and Baker drought hns badly damaged crops 111 tion of 1,000,000 per week tho year ott to clean up your life, to quit Vino, May 25. Most all tho farm, performed an operation and drew from tills vicinity. Miss Dean and Walthrough. Besides these they used )our "meanness," to becomo a Chrishis sldo moro than a gallon of wa- lace Hampton of Climax visited their ers of this vicinity are done plantover 3 million tracts nnd 200,000 luniks tian and live as becomes a soldier ing corn. Mr. and Mrs. Slef Ilaki'r 111 ter. Ho is survived by a widow anJ cousin, Lucy Dean, Saturday and 1909, they hold nbout 50,000 meet-lug- s ol Christ. His whole endeavor Is to several children, who hnve our pro- Sunday. Miss Lillian Abrams la are tho proud parents of a flno Rid nnd mado about 2 million calls show you that alt other denominaonm mniy tmkmm mo found sympathy. Itcv. Hall filled homo from Bcrea where she has been They have christened her, Emma. mostly at homes, tho whole result- tions nro wrong, Hint alt prencherj place, In school tho last six months. Death Mr. and Mrs John Whlttymoro are mmdm from Royal Ormmm ing In about 5,500 converts. Two aro frauds, working for a salary, that his regular appointment at this Tmrtmr Ormmm Saturday and Sunday last, and a visited tho homo of Charley Abner of happy over tho arrival of n flno boy thousand flvo hundred bnptlzrd con- ralvatlou Is jiosslble only to those to hear Kcrby Knob and took him from Ills Ills name Is Virgil May. Tho Ror. goodly number assembled from their vho M ALUM.M UME PWSPHATE verts aro already retried 1910. Every and go through certain ceremonies family family. He has been sick for some Henry Lewis preached a good him. Sherman Durham und European "missions" for believe lu his church. here to a large congregation, of Falrvlew were visiting relatives time with sldo, pleurisy and had subMormon boy expects to go on a Second: Because ho Is a cunning Sunday. Mrs. Nannie Ker-b- y mitted to nn operation but it fail Inst Sunday. A great many from Mrs. Hardin Moore's mother who Is "mission," when ho gets old enough. nrgtier and In town, unless you have analytl-tall- y Is vUltlng Mr. and Mrs. Dlllartl ed to give him relief. A wife and here are planning to attend the K. Blck. James Sexton went to Win The result is that one out of every studied his doctrines ho will High Knob, June J, chester, Thursday, to attend the fu 'Durham. Misses Winnie, Vina and several children and many friends are u' P. march at 175 Mormons, is on the field engagtteo you In five minutes. Mormon l'earl Nuiin of Foxtown visited friends left to mourn his loss. At a meet- - B. F. Downey Is drilling a w'll neral of his sister, Mrs. Joo Johnson. ed In nctlve missionary work; every tlieologluns have ransacked tho BiMr. and Mrs. Jns. Baker of Whit' attended ing held at tho Sund Gap Lodso for Ben Hacker thM week. Mr. and here, Saturday night, and nook and corner of civilized lands ble for catch verws on baptism, lock have been visiting relatives here I, irs. Frank Clark visited their daui-- h church, Sunday. Sunday schoor here 1. O.O. F. yesterday to nominate ofMormon-tilnc- o priesthood, niostles, God, sin, the - Las felt their Influence, aud . last Sunday. Mrs. Baker Is re- firm hns is progressing nicely. Quite a num- ficers for tho next six months, H. II. er, Mrs. Robert Clark, Inst Sundiy, fnr more than doubled its future life, etc. The missionary Is Tho neighbors surprised John 1'en- - ported sick with hemorrhage of th numbers in two decades. entertained, Sun- Hall and Clevo Hurst were nominat ber of friends were sedulously (rained lu their manipuday afternoon, at tho homo of Mr. ed for Noble Grand; M. II. Smith for rangtoti with a fine birthday din lungs. Grant York has been sick Right hero It Is worth while not- lation and unless you aro sharp-shoand Mrs. Riddle Durham, by the or- Vice Grand; Elijah Stoncrfer, for er, last Saturday, It being his fifty- - tho last few days. Corn planting Ss ing that the Mormon church Is the I e Is going to trip )ou. gan and phonograph. Refreshments Secretary and Jacob Hellard for Treas third birthday. Salllo and Halllc In about over and there Is much need of ) most contemptible sheep stealer of Many a time has the writer heard were served and all seemed to enjoy urer. The final election takes pliwj gram of Strlngtown visited their sla- rain. Tie hauling is tho principal oc any known proselyting sect. It only n turned "eldeis" boast In their meettho evening. Mary Johnson was here tho last Saturday in June. W. K. ters, Mrs. Harvc Hurley and Mm. cupation here at present foes where Christian work has pre- ing house nbout the way they con' ROCKtORU last week on business. E. E. Dur- BIcknell was able to attend church Willie McCreary, Saturday and Sunceded It. It claims to havo fonigri founded the learned preachers of day. ham and wife, of Friendship Lane, at Cavo Springs today. Sarah Azbill Rockford, May 29. Unclo Ely Cof- - ' missions In Japan, "honolulu. Mexico Hie world. While much of this Is SKXTONS CRKKK and Hev. Ball, wero entertained for and family are planning to go to year mid tho Samoan Islands but let It ii as true as tho utory of the "twen-l)-f!v- o fee Is very sick. Ho Is elghty-on- o y dinner, Sunday, at the home of Hen-r- Illinois lu a few weeks. It seemed that Sextons Creek, May 26. Little Lu- old. Mrs. John Gulun who has been remembered pound fish that got away' yt that Its work In thoiw , cy Sparks, daughter of Nathan SjuirUs sick Is Cook and family. Ned Mellon-?tha Illinois fever had stopped but it able to be out again. Sun-- j countries Is not done with the link-da- y It Is unquestionably true that many the Citizen's faithful agent, was a Is breaking out In a new place again. was thrown from n mule, Thursdav, School at Scaffold Cane Is pry- - it-pagan but with the convort-'who prldo thcmselvts on their grip and her nrm broken. Dr Mahaffy dres- gresslng nicely with good attendance. Christian whoso knees are still weak and comprehension welcomo visitor thru here, Sunday. of Scripture will MADISON COUNTY sed the wound. Jnck Banks and Joe Maggie Durham has been sick but Robert McColliim and family of and whose feet ure not yet find themselves unexjiectedly disarm-e- c KINGSTON S'lzemore returned from Winchester, is improving somewhat now. Saturby some Kingston, May 29. Mr. and Mrs. Monday, where they havo been M Wllllnmsburg nro visiting relatives y established. skillful disI day and Sunday next is our regular In this last article the writer would tortion of the Bible. Every reador Jas. Turley, .Mrs. Ballard, Miss Leal work. Sam Saylor Is sick this week. hero. Frank, the on of Eliza Am- church meeting tlmo here, conducted Hubbard and mother of Corbln, Miss i,ros, was uurieti ai acniiom can", ' very earnestly warn tils fellows a- - ought to mako It his first and sacred Church here Sunday waa well atby Rev. G. V. Clemuions. Alex Perry Delia Todd and Ballard Turley wero tended, esieclally by preachers, there Saturday evening. He died of con- galimt the Mormon missionary. Not duty to know what he believes then of Hugh, was in this vicinity takMimptlon and leaven a mother and a for jiereonal reasons does ho do It. to marshal! the reasons why ho beentertained at the home of Mr. and being seven. Mrs. Nellie Chandller ' ing pictures a few days ago. C. S. Mrs. Whit Moody, Friday. Mr. and who was recently married to Chas. brother to mourn his death. Miss i Ills treatment by tho .Mormons, with lieves It. In his treatment of thj Durham of Happy Heights was here Mrs. Douglas Young mado a busi- Chandller went to Winchester a few Martha Egans who has been visit- - few exceptions, was hospitable and Mormon elder ho can do little bott'-- r William on business this week. lng her grandfather returned hom, kind, due partly to native klndneja than follow tho advise given by ness trip to Richmond, Saturday. Williams and family visited at David Miss Rhoda Bowman who has been days ago to Join her husband. Mrs, . Sundnv. Rev. A. Cornelius wilt mid lnrirnlv in rhnrili tmllrv In .r. John the Apostle In his second episDurham's, Sunday. preach, Saturday and Sunday, at Scaf - 'der to favorably Impress visiting tle, 12th vers'-- . "If there come , visiting her brother of Mt. Vernon ny u GRAY HAWK ivturned home, Sunday. Earl Eager llnwmnn. , Wpilnrfiilav nnil H'hiirKflnAv. I fold Cano, also Rev. Lunsford, Sua- -- Istrangors. Ho says, "Beware tho Mor- - unto you and bring not this doctrine . . . ;tlajr ovt,n,n(; ai 2 o ciock, ai mo un- nion older" for two reasons. him not Into your hous, Gray Hawk, May 29. Most eveTiT of Arkansas spent part of last week e, Born to Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Ion church house. Mrs. J. M. Bui- First: Because he Is Insincere, neither bid him God speed, for he one here Is busy working and plant- with his sister, Mrs. .Mark Flanery. a fine boy, last Friday. g len Is with her father, Mr. Coffee, who Many a young Mormon who is that blddeth hi 111 (,'od speed U par ing corn. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. MerMiss Ora Flanery who is attending too .fast a gait at home is sent laker of his evil deeds." ROCKCASTLE COUNTY It very sick. Mrs. Jane Vaughn who its havo moved to Travis to work for tho E. K. S. N. visited her pareuts has been sick Is able to be out again. HUONE W. R. Engle and to keep boarders. from Friday till Monday. Chas PowMrs. Annie Llnvlllo visited .Mrs. Mr. Engle has a big job of hauling ell made a business trip to Bctva. Boone, .May 29. Harry Grant died COMMISSIONER'S SALE SALE and COMMISSIONER'S staves and ties for J. B.Hall of Lex- Wednesday. Mrs. Davis Munday was last Monday at the home of his bro W. H. Llnvllle, Sunday,-M- r. Mrs. Chaltou Uullen were the guests Wm. Duncan, etc., Plaintiff. ington. Aunt Jane Beglry died last the guest of Mrs. T. C. Witt, Satur- ther near Snider after a short ill Herca Bank it Trust Co., Plaintiff, Saturday of rheumatism at the ag'J day. Chester Parks spent Saturday ness. He leaves a father, mother and of her uncle and aunt, Sncer TS. vs. Sunday. was laid to rest night with Chas. Powell. Mrs. B. U. several brothers and sisters to mourn of 85 years. She Laura Duncan, etc.. Defendants, Sallle and H. H. Fowler, Defendant. In the Hunter cemetery. The Rev. Boen was the guest of Mrs. John his loss. Tho bereaved family Under and by virtue of a Judgment have Under and by virtue of a Judgment Dewltt Young held services at tho Buchanan, Thursday. Miss Katherlne our deepest sympathy. Mr. Grant was and order of sale rendered at the and order of salo rendered at tae May NOTICE grave. The Ucv. Dewitt Young anJ Bales of Richmond spent part of this 21 years of age aud a member of May term of tho Madison Circuit term of tho Madison Circuit court, vlfe have Just returned to Gray Hawk Meek with her aunt, Mrs. Joe Bales. the Baptist church. Next Saturday To avoid the overcrowding of the Court the undersigned Master 1911, tho undersigned Master Comfiom a visit in the north. Aunt Jane Mrs. George Moore of London and and Sunday are regular church days campus with horses nnd carriages as 01 said Court will on Satmissioner of said Court will sell to paid Mrs. Mary Bingham a Mrs. Joe Azbill of Richmond Morris were at Falrvlew. All are invited to at- In tho past on Commencement Day, urday, June 10th, 1911, on the the highest and best bidder on Monvisit, Sunday night. Tho Rev. Bill tno guests of Mrs. Alex Azbill, Tues-Ja- y tend. Mrs. Tom Woodall Is Blck. the grove on Mt. Vernon Street north premises In the city of Bcrea, Madl-to- n day, June 6th, 1911, at 11 o'clock a. Grove, Anderson preached at Oak County, Ky., at 11 a, m. sell to ni. In front of the Court House door and Wednesday. Mrs. J no Pow Mr. Jos. Huff who has been sick is of tho Tabernacle will bo open for Saturday and Sunday, to a large ell and her niece. Miss Mollle Sparks some better. J. 11. Lambert was in I tit tethering of horses. the highest and best bidder the fol- In Richmond, Ky., the following crowd. Two were baptized. lowing described property: Beginof Dreyfus wero at Berea, Saturday, Berea one day last week. M. Keller beed property, or so much thereof ANMTILLZ (.n business. ning at a stake at the southwest cor- - at will produce the sum of llSS.iO of Richmond was In Boone one day RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT ji.er of II. II. Crittenden's lot (now and the cost of this action, a certain Hlfi II ILL. last week. Crops In this section are Annvllle, May 20. The weather is Go to M. D. SetUe, Big Hill, for In need of rain. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Whereas Comrade Henry M. Ram jw. C. Wright's) running nearly we-t- t house and lot on the north side of very warm and dry aud tho farmers of Gray Hawk, Ky., a member on a line with Irving St., 100 feet to Jefferson Street in Berea, Ky, frontare beginning to work lu their corn. fine shoes. Good flour and all kinds Martin were Berea visitors on Sunof groceries at bottom prices. day. Mrs. W. Watklns of Illinois Is of Capt. James West Post, was in a stake; thenco nearly north and at ing on Jefferson St., 233.2 feet and R. E. Kader has gone to Mt. Vernon Sharp St. 60 feet, running back" Big Hill, May 29. Crops are not visiting friends near here. E. C. i;ood standing and a member of Co. right anglecs with Irving St., 3S6 on this week on business. Thoso who feet, west 233.2 feet, thon attended the County examination from growing much on account of the dry Wren, railroad employee at Morgan, G. 47th regiment, Kentucky Volun- to a stako In the ravine; thence on a north 88 here were, Roy E. Rader, Robert H. weather. Home coming at Narrow a as visiting his parents here, Satur- teer, Infantry, departed this life 011' line nearly parallel with Irving St., bouth 4 west CO feet to Jefferson :00 feet to a stake, at the northwest jst., and being the saino property con Johnston, Jenny Medlock, Tllllo York Gat) last Sunday uassed with a lnrre day and Sunday. Miss Bottle Poyn- - the 31st day of August, 1910. And Whereas ho was a good soldier and cor. of Crittenden lot (now Wright t) veyed to Sallle Fowler by the Berea and Harry Medlock. L. T. Medlock crowd and plenty of dinner on the ter made a business trip to Mt. Ve-tsouth Heal Estate and Improvement Co., Is working in the Jacksou Co. Bank ground, and some very excellent non one day last week. A. D, Levett an industrious and useful citizen la thence on a line nearly Modem Brotherhood was In Berea, Saturday. Mrs. Angle 1:1s community and a devoted hus- nnd at right angles with Irving St. by deed dated Juno 18, 1907, recorded Mfceches. The and says ho likes the work flue. Misses Mattle Medlock, Mollte Johns- of America, recently organized at Big Huff of Snider visited her mother band and parent and a faithful mem- oS2 feet to a stake at the beginning, In deed Book 64, page 355, to which and being lot No. G In Block V. of I'forenco Is hereby made. ton and Mr. Bill Morris attended Hill, has decided to meet the flr.it r.ear here one day last week. Mr. and ber of tho church. Therefor4 the village of Berea. Bo It Resolved: That these resoluSunday.-rT- ho TEItMS: 8ald property will bo sold Saturday night In every month. Their Mrs. Henry Gadd aro visiting Mr. church at Oak Grove, TERMS: tions be published 111 Tho Citizen and Said property will be ru a credit of six months and the next meeting will be Satuiday night. Gadd's father and mother. Annvllle C. E. committees and offiCLIMAX a copy bo sent to his widow, Mrs. sold on a credit of six and twelve purchaser will bo required to execute cers had a meeting, Thursday night, June 3rd. Aunt CInda Baker Is about months, tho purchaser being required a sale bond with approved security Cllmnx, May 2C Joo Martin was Henry Mi Ramsey. at the residence of W. A. Worthln.;-to- n the same. Oscar Hayes staid over Wm. Morris, to execute bond with approved secur- bearing 6 per cent Interest from date to discuss some plans for C. E. Saturday and Sunday with relatives In our town on business, yesterday, ity bearing C per cent Interest from until paid with a lien retained unJacob II. Uabbard, work. The evening was made very hero. Religious services were fcejd fiom Double Lick. Dr. R. H. Lewis date of sale until paid with a lien til all the purchase money Is paid. Committee. pleasant by hearing tho discussion Saturday night on M. D. Settle',: was at Climax, Thursday, calling 011 retalnod on the proprety until all tho H. C. Itlce, M. C. M. C. C. of many Interesting subjects not to purchase money Is paid, the Interest nentlon tho nice candy furnished liy ANNOUNCEMENT FOR SALE Mrs. Worthlngtou, Misses Tracy and Owing to the absence of Mrs. Hill of Ethel Duncan, au Infant will remain a lion on the property until sho Farm of 140 acres. Ilea well, eight Muyskcns. Those present were, Mr. the Fair of Homespun Industries will becomes of age or the bond requir- loom dwelling, good storehouse, barn and Mrs. York, Mr. aud Mrs. R. E. year. Tombstones and Corner Posts for lots call upon be omitted this will beTills does not ed by law It executed. Mat-ti- e end all kinds outbuildings, 16 acres Rader, Misses Gussie Watson, mean that It discontinued. In corn, 30 acres In clover and timoH. C. nice, M. C. M. C. C. Medlock, Rebecca Castcel and R. Next year It will start again, larger thy. Fine spring, plenty Btock water. 11. Johnston. Mr. Elden and Charley than ever. This proprtey lies on Big Hill eight Davidson wero visiting In Annvllle, TAX NOTICE miles from Beren aud the propoed Sunday. Charles is working In tha ' East Bemstadt Bank. Government pike goes thru it. Will .Misses l'earl Notice is hereby given that tho kcII this property Medlock and Reba Roberts spent the for lesi than the city taxes for 1911, according to tho buildings aro worth If sold at once. afternoon at G. i. Rader's, Friday. 'ordinance of the town council, were Write, W. U. Misses Bertha and Fairy Reynolds, Ilarrl, Berea, Ky. ,due May 1st, and 6 per cent penalty from McKee, are visiting at G, J. villi be charged and collected on all Rader's this week W. A. Worthing WANTED SALESMAN. ' taxes not paid by August 1st. MADE-T0-WEAR ton made a business (rip to Berva In Eastern Kentucky for the bent I hope that all will be ready when last week. Miss Z. Weymer from Mc 'called upon to settle their taxes, at eomputlng scale made. Only men of Hat stood the tctt of time and ha been improved in quality with the Kee is expected to visit her sister. shall be compelled to force collec- ability need apply. W. B. Harris, Bepasting yean. Mrs. Worthlngtou, soon. Tho work on rea, Ky, tion since the town Is In urgent need Many brandi of paint are offered for tale and quite often careful tcrutiny it not the new dormitory here Is progress money, I'leaso arrange to ico of the given die tubject with reference to the quality of the paint to be uted. lug nicely. It Is going to bo a fine me as early as possible and obtain CALIFORNIA building and will bo ready for use " 'your receipt." EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. TEST THE QUALITY. when school commences again. W. L. Harrison, If you are thinking of coming or MUOH. City Marshal of Berea. It it a good idea to learn the compotilion of the paint you intend to use. There want to know why you should come Hugh, May 29. The Revs. Ambrose is a difference. to California, write to me, and I and Baleuger filled their appoint Early f olns. shall take delight In tolling you way, meat here, Saturday and Sunday. on Certain passages In the "Iliad" of and giving you any Information you Miss Leila Klinberlaln and two lit Homer would load to the Inference may desire. I am a Kentueklan and tie brothers of Dreyfus visited their that coins of brass were struck as take a special Interest la Kentucky Seal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, W, IS. early as 1184 B. C. Tradition affirms Benge, the latter part of last week, that the Chinese had bronte coins as people. I hare been In California ten Thit it an evidence of good faith and attettt the confidence the makers have Several from here attended tha early as 1120 II. C, But Herodotus, yoars, on the farm and thoroughly in their product. services at Cow Bell, last Sunday. "the father of history," ascribes the understand the soil and conditions. ron SALE BY Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. C.Crowley, "Invention" of coins to the l.ydlans. If you think of coming to California about nine centuries II. C, and tbero drop mo a line, on the ICtlt, a flue boy, christened Is no satisfactory evidence that coins Yours truly, II. L. Bishop, Johnnie. Willie Powell has been vis were known prior to that date. Klngsburg, Frnso County, Cal. iting friends and relative at Con comiri4taM pMHhe4 suleii t tot publltitlon, bat it la (all r t of rood tilts. miller, lie utrne Write pUttljr. has oftllmca IIP 27.-O- wlng POWDER Absolutely Pure of cr-ln- ' T. Size-wor- ..I jo-ln- Ab-ue- y, er de-s- al ftt 2 3-- FOR FINE MONUMENTS - S.McGuire, "ST Berea, Ky. Hanna's Green Seal "THE PAINT" I The printed formula appear of Hanna's Green Paint. every package WILLIAM ISAACS, Berea, Ky.