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FAULKNER, Manager llrrm, li Pott cflfi atmatttr, mail A'y., Enltrfl nl 01 tteontt ftat Devotad to tTc& Interests of tin MoianteLin People n The Citizen 13 Knowledge it power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. Vol. XII. Five cent copy, EKE A, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JUNE 22, 1011 One Dollar a year. No. D2 WH EREVER YOU GO i FEWER PARDONS President Taft refuses to pardon Moron and Walsh, (lie rich New Yorkers who wrecked a bank, Their influential friends brought all pressuro to bear, nnd used the usual arguments for letting off the men convicted of a crime, but tho President "stands pat." He believes that tho first thing is to protect the public. Wo hope all our governors will follow this example. It is hard and costly work to catch and convict a criminal. When one is caught let him bear the penalty. Even if he repents and becomes a shining Christian he can do no better service to Christ than to eerve out his sentence. WE INVITE YOUR ATTENTION To the Following Reasons For You to do Business at This Bank Because; it is a strong, safe institution. Because; its Officers and Directors are among the safest and most conservative business men In this community. Because; this bank studies the needs of its customers and properly takes care of them, whether their business is targe or small. Because; systematic saving pays. A deposit account encourages saving. This bank receives deposits from SI. 00, up. Because; its dealings with ALL CUSTOMERS ARE ALWAYS CONFIDENTIAL, and it is always ready to assist and advise. As a good business man and leading citizen of this section, we believe you will appreciate the thorough equipment of this bank, and the experience of its officers, and on this basis we solicit your business, believing that WE CAN HANDLE IT TO YOUR ENTIRE SATISFACTION. Call on us whenever you are in town and let us serve you In any way and at any time. this summer you ought to go well dressed. If you start by coming here nnd go away in any of our Hart, Schaffner YOUR CHILDREN HAVE RIGHTS C& Marx Suits, you'll be in style anywhere on earth where well dressed men are. Here also you will find the best in Furnishings including Stetson and Swann Brand Hats, W. L. Douglas Shoes, Wilson Bros. Shirts, and Arrow Brand Collars. Underwear :: :: :: of all kinds. :: :; :: Every father and mother ought lo be forward to look out for the children. See that they get all that should come to them. They hare a right to learn all that you know how to behave, how to do things, how to manage themselves. And they have the right to the schooling that the state provides. Public schools begin early in July properly the first Monday. Now it rents with trustees and parents to see that the children are ready. It is easier to go to school in July than in December. If they start in late they never can really catch up. See that the work is plan-neso they can go the first day and every day. See that they have their books these are their tools. You can't chop down a tree with d Berea Bank & Trust Co. A. Isaacs, Pres. OFFICERS J. W. Stephens, Vice-Pres. John F. Dean, Cashier RE Rj. E B R NEWS OP A COYLE KENTUCKY OWN STATE -G- children there. your bare hands! At the "Old Home Week" a few years ago we heard three mothers talking. One had come back to Kentucky from Missouri, and one from Illinois, and one from Kansas. They all said, "We never will bring our children back to Kentucky. Where we live the children and everybody make a business of education. They talk education, they plan for education, and when'school begins every child is there. But here in Kentucky we find our cousins and kinfolks hardly know whether the school is in session or not, and the children start late, and often stay out for days at a time. We never will bring our children back to Kentucky." The public school for 1011 begins in three weeks. Have your ALL ONE WAY IN KNOX Strong Speech of Judge O'Rear Rallies Followero and Puts Them to Work His Commission Must Be From People Not From Politicians. Barbourvllle, Ky., Juno 20th, E. C. O'Rear spoko hero Saturday In the Interest of his candidacy for tho Republican nomination for Governor. A largo and representative crowd heard him for an hour or more and tho Impression ho made was very favorable. He paid particular attention to tho failure of tho Kentucky Legislature to do Its duty during the last twenty years, aud gave as an example of it shortcomings tho present districting of tho state, by which the .IS counties In tho mountains are given nine fewer representatives at Frank fort than tho Constitution allocs them. Tho so called "third houas" at Frankfort, and tho power of tho Epeclal Interest through this agency of was bitterly denounced. Pccause his stand on this question he said hu had brought to himself the opposition of some of the powerful whiskey peoplo who had expressed a determination to spend as much as $20 J,-000 to defeat hlui. He was In favor of getting rid of theso special, pro fessional lobylsts If lu no other wav by kicking them "down those martlu steps that have cost tho ieoplo two million dollars." himself in Tho Judge expressed favor of a stato wide primary election law, whereby both parties may hold primaries on the samo day, with tho bamo set of officers, aud at the public exiienso. His views on this question Bocmed to appeal to his as his views on all question)), and ho was greeted with vigorous applause frequently during his speech, Tho peoplo of this part of the state Lavo had bitter experience with primary elections and any relief la Judgo form boforo, he said "Neither was tho 1911 over In the calendar be fore." Again, In referring to tho s of the party, he sald,"A fence post Is stand-pat.- " Judge O'Rear was already tho strongest man for Governor among, tho peoplo of this part of tho Stato Lut his speech Mill scttlo the question of the Instructions from this county. Knox will Instruct for him on the 8th of July. No other candidate has uny following except an occasional Individual friend or admirer, and thcro is not nnd will likely not bo any concert-- , ed effort put forth lu this county for year stand-patter- SEPTEMBER THIRTEENTH THE WEEK IK OUR In our last two issues we gave some account of the closing exer-cise- s of Berea College with its five departments, its industrial exhibits, and the Governor aud other distinguished guests. Berea opens its doors again to receive students on September Justice Harlan's Lone Term JUSTICE HARLAN War Democratic Disaster Pictured en-eral May Convicted Death of J. Over, But Fighting Continues -Stringent Law Against Weapons. Proctor Knott. Ropro-senUtlv- Justice Harlan, Kentucky's In tho Supremo Court, La e who mado himself famous In tho liut month by tho two dissenting opinions. In tho Standard Oil case and tho tobacco caao, celebrated hE 7Sth blrih dny, Juno 1. It ho stays on tho bench another year he will have served longer than any other Justice since, the establishment of tho court, lie low has a rtcord of 34 yenra. A NKW KIND OK FIGHT Now that war la over In Mexico a political flKht Is on hand. As long at. Diaz waa president opposition was futile. Now many old tlmo aspirants for the chief magistracy will enter the lists as candidates, somo of them returning from what was practically lanlshment. It Is confidently expected, however, that Mndero, tho successful revolutionist, will bo tho fortunato one. US DO. LIKEWISE Tho New York Legislature has Just the most stringent law against tho owalng and carrying of deadly let weapons that was over onncted. Tho owing by a person ovor 1G years nf Is torm-ago of a revolver or fire-ara misdemeanor and any person caught carrying such a weaion concealed Is considered guilty of a Dealers aro prohibited from selling weapons without being shown by tho purchaser a certificate signed by proper authority that ho has been granted tho iiermlsslon. This law was violently opKsed by tho makers s but It Is thought by Its of Hdvocates to bo tho host blow ever Mruck In this country against our murder record. KA1S1NO THIS MAINK around tho wreck Tho coffer-daof tho Maine Is utmost completed and tho country awaits eagerly tho revelation of tho raising of tho wreck. If it should bo discovered that the explosion was lutornal wo will foci somo humiliation, for thcro Is do question that tho blowing up of the battleship precipitated tho m flro-armm fol-cn- y. ULACKHIJRN ALARMED Illockburn at a speeoh In Paduc&h a few weeks :igo pictured diro disaster for the Dcmo-c-atparty In Kentucky, and attributed the causo to machine politics. Tho iury will bo lost," said Mr. ulackburn, "unless God and his Infinite, mercy extends his arms around It." Thero aro a good ninny people who will bo Inclined to think then that it Is hopeloRsly lost. LIFE SENTENCE General May, Indicted for the killing of Sherman Meredith and 1.1s v.fo on Otter Creek In Clay County last March, was tried In tho laurel Circuit Court last week and giveu a llfo sentence Ho was only arraigned for tho murder of Meredith nnd still awaits trial for tho killing of tho woman. DIES J. Proctor Knott died nl his homo lu Lebanon, Sunday night. Ho wns ill years of ago and Lad lived a remarkably busy and useful llfo. Ho was governor from 1S83-previous to which ho had lieen flvo times elected to Con Kress. Ills fume, rested chiefly upon a speech mado In Congrej. known an tho "Duluth Seoch." RECIPROCITY WILL WIN Chairman Penroso of tho Senate finance committee has confirmed tln New York Trlhuno'a poll which claims CO Senators In favor of the tneasuro. A day Is soon to bo s;t for a voto, and It Is expected to puss without amendment. STILL ON THE RAMPAGE Although thero Is abundant throughout tho state that the peoplo havo fulled to rally to Mr. Franks after his scech at which was planned to concentrate around him all tho forces In lc cvl-den- thirteenth. The attendance of students is always largest in the winter. Those who teach school cannot get back to college till the winter term. And the very poorest parents cannot spare their children except in the winter. But an increasing number now come in the fall nnd Btay through the school jear fourteen weeks in the fall, twelve in the winter, and ten in the spring. Such students certainly make the most rapid progress and get the largest return for the time and money they give. On the other hand those who miss the fall term seldom lay up much money, and largely waste their time. It is n great mistake for the older students to stay too long in the home school. They take up the teacher's time, and so wrong the younger ones. And they get little good themselves. They go over the same things again and again with little interest or profit. What they need is to be stirred up and waked up by coming to a larger school where they meet the best young people from other districts and from other states, nnd have the stimulus of school life. Set your murk for September thirteenth. any other candidate than Judge O'ltear. His friends aro organizing and aro confident lu tho belief thit ho will win If nominated. Tho slogan of O'Rear's followers up here will bo: "Let the people rule, and give them more power." Tho Judgo said In his speech here' that ho expected to go to tho convention with more than enough Instruct- cd votes to bo nominated. "My commission" ho said, "must read from the people, and not from the W. E. Faulkner. SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION Glade district Sunday School Convention was held In Whites Chapel, Sunday afternoon, June 18th) at 2 o clock. Convention 'was opened by an inspiring pruiso service led by Mr. Gamble with .Mr. H. E. Taylor at tho organ. Prayer was offered by Mr. D. W. Morton of Berea College.-- TOBACCO SPOILS BOYS We have no reproach for the old lady who steadies her nerves by a quiet smoke. We are not sure but some men use tobacco without serious barm. But we know that tobacco spoils boys. All the doctors agree that before full maturity tobacco stunts and weakens and depraves. Tl But we do not need to ask tf wk itt Saukt the doctor. Just look at the tobacco-use- r and his sister. Same parents, same board, and yet one is rosy aud wholesome and the other nervous and depraved. The day is coming when tobacco-user- s will be as few as snuff-taker- (Continual! on tag? fif) n.B.,.uwisi. war. STEREOPTICON LECTURES w For Students of the Summer School and for the Citizen of Berea Free. President Frost Invites students of tho Summer School, and all citizens of Berea, to threo stereoptlcon lectures In the Collego Chape). Theso lectures aro to glvo a bird's cyo vlow of tho world's history from Abraham to Tuft, and lu a stylo that anybody above fifteen years old can understand. Tho pictures have been gathered during the President's threo vlsltu to tho old world. The hour Is 7:30 and tho dates Friday, Juno 23, Tuesday Juno 27 and Friday, June 30. Sufftr Alike. There Is very little difference be- EvERY lARGEST HuNDRED cents "'C WELCH'S and "SAVE THE DIFFERENCE" tween the educated fld the cated man when It comes to unedu- C"' E have anything you want guarantee POUND from WELCH'S and most complete department store in Eastern Kentucky. to every dollar. welcomed. . Tho Judge spoke briefly on the question of popular election of Senators, find tho Initiative, referendum and recall, and his remarks were received with cheors and applause. Thu honest, open and determined manner In which ho gave his vlows on public Thero holding a revival meeting at Whites questions pleased every one. chapel. A detailed report of was nono of the staid, dry political Station Sunday Schools of tho entire district harangue about his speech. Every was and of last year's Convention word was Interesting aud to tho read by Mr. W. H. Porter, Secretary point. NEWSPAPERS COST MONEY of the district. In speaking of tho argument of One of tho pleasant things of the If you like The Citizen say so to your neighbors rorao of his opponents that ho was convention was the kindly, hospitable teachgoing beyond, or outsldo, the aud help us increase the 'number of subscribers. greeting extended by Mr. R. Potts, ings of the party; that somo of tho Every new subscriber's dollar helps us to get out a Superintendent of the Whites chapd things ho wanted In tho platform Hera-dobetter paper. - School, assisted by Mr. J. W. platwere never In a Republican who did everything for the comfort of tho visitors. Everything goes when such men are around. In addition to the uplifting congregational singing, tho mixed quartette from Berea sang two selections. Tho to save you 10 percent on your year's supply. and slngors wero Mrs. Morton, Miss Walker, Mr. Gamble and Mr. Dick. Another very pleasant part of tho weighs 16 OUNCES. was carried eut, when Mr. Gainblo gathered together all the boys and girls and had them sing, n, Address of welconio by Rev. J. Wi-At wood. Helpful addresses on Sunday " School Work, were given by Mrs. FInnery and J. W. Herndon of the Glade Christian church, by Miss LilUe Moor of tho Union church, by Mr. E. L. Roberts representing Rerea Collego Iilblo School, by Hev. W. P. Wllks of the Rerea Uaptlst church and by Hev. J. W. Atwood who was ' "Jewels," the entire congregation joining In the last verso. Altogether It was a meeting of great profit. The officers elected for the ensiling year were, Mr. J. A. Burgess, president; Mr. It, Potts, Secretary; and Mr. J. W. Herndou, Treasurer. After tho benediction by Rev. Mr. Wllks the Convention adjourned. SUMMER LIBRARY HOURS VE the Difference" means just what it sa'ys. further notice tho Library from 2 to 5 p. ui. every day U tho week, Suuday Included, except Wednesday and Saturday. Ou those days It will bo open from 6:30 I to 8:30 p. in. ,!dl( , Until ll bo open Page Two THE CITIZEN Juhc 22, 1911 The Citizen A family newspaper for all that true and Interesting. I right mm TO I HE CAME A LONG WAY TO GET IT BETTER MUX UNES Isaiak's Proplwcy Concerning PENROSE TELLS TAFT BILL'FOR Published every Thursday at Ikrm, Ky. IS CANADIAN AGREEMENT CERTAIN TO PASS SENATE. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Incorporatrd) J. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. ROOT AMENDMENT TO FAIL f tfOWTH.. With Prospects of Good Crops Improvements In Trade Are General and Business Active. New York. n, O. Ihin Co.Vftcek ly review of trado said: Business activity now n waits the outcome of tho grdwlng crops, mid ns crop report continue to favor large hnncsts there Is a noticeable Improvement In business confidence, with some gnln in actual trade transactions, although purchases nro still conducted with conservatism anil Ihero Is no moderate buying for future needs. Iron Looking Up. For tho tlrst time In mnny weeks tlicro nre signs of recovery from tbe depression In tho Iron and steel trndc; and while pig Iron continues very dull, there nro Increased orders for finished stool, notably In the structural and wlro divisions. Tho rnllrond demand Is also looking up, which promises well for tho future. Dry Goods Improves. In dry goods there Is moro Improvement In sentiment than In activity, and tho increased confidence la based upon strength Imparled to tho situation by tho low stocks and upon tho effect of bright crop prosect8. The actual demand Is much below tbe nor-mpoint, but git en evldencu of some expansion. The foreign trndo Is, however, largely In excess of laBt year, and this Is, next to favoring agricul- Sennacherib 1911 SWsy Sckol UttM for J sly 2, SpeclsJly Amuvtsd lor Thli Paw Subscription Rate Republican Leader Issues Statement m HI j Month! Claiming Sixty Votes In Favor ol 35 Months three the Compact Many Senators Are Prepared to Speak. Stmi money by or IJxdtth Money Order, Draft. ltoRlsieml letter, or one and two cent Wannu. Tho date after your ntum on lntl Washington. Chairman Penrose ol shows to wb.it lat your Kutrerlptlon I paid. If It la nut cdionRtxI wtthln Uure the scnato finance commltto In conrenewal notify us. wfki of number will lo gkully mrpHJ ference with President Tnft confirmed Miming the report that sixty senators nrc extf iwo ore notified. tr pected to voto for Canadian reciprocity Flrt premiums cheap, with prompt renewals. Send for and predicted that within two weeks and l'remlum list. liberal trams given to uiy ona who ob- a date for a voto would fee agreed on. tain iww eubsertpUons for in. Any on loiter Mr, Penrose Issued a formnl eendlns us four yearly sificrlptkn can statement In which he said: reorive Tho Citizen free for MmsfOf for one year. "A careful canvnss ot tho senate Advertising rate on application, shows that 60 senators are In favor of the measure. The can. MRMDETt OF vass also shows that more than that number are against tbe Root amendment. In speaking of prospective progress he said' "We will make rapid progress on the reciprocity bill within the next two weeks, and at the end of that time KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION. we ought to see ahead a date for a The season la arriving at tho pivot-a- j vote on agreement. Many senators data for prices of coal to go down are now prepared to speak on tbe measure and others are getting In and prices of Ice to go up. readiness, so there Is promise of reach A Pennsylvania man filled his pipe ing a vote with more speed than has with gunpowder, thinking It was to- yet been shown. The following foil shows the ftoot bacco. And then It hnppened. amendment to be certain of defeat: For the Root amendment: At any rate. Infant paralysis docs Halley. Clarke of Wyoming, Crane, not appear to have made much bead-waDillingham, Dixon. Dupont, Frye. among our Infant Industries. Gronna. Heyburn, Johnson, v Baseball ran he played in any lan- Jones. La Follettc. Lodge. Irlmer guage, though some noisy persons It McCuraber. Martin. Nelson, Oliver, tbe bleachers will never believe It pos- Root, Simmons. Smith of Michigan, Smoot. Sutherland, Warren, Total. 26. sibles Against the Root amendment: Bacon. Horah. Rradley. Hrandege, One out of every ten couples mar. ried In Iowa In 1910 were divorced. Brlggs, Brown. Bryan, Burnnam. Chamberlain, Chilton, Crawford, Kvldently marriage Is not always a Davis. Culberson. Cullom. Cummins, failure. Fletcher, Gamble, Gore. Guggenheim. Tbe news that there Is $300,000 ly- Hitchcock, Johnston. Kenyon, Kern, ing in the government treasury un- Lea, McLean, Marttne, Myers, Nixon, claimed Is sure to stnrt a new crop O'Gorman, Overland, Owen. Penrose, Percy. Perkins. Polndexter. Pomerene, of claims. Rayner, Reed. Richardson, Shlvely, Archery Is going to be revived this Smith of South Carolina, Stephenson. Taylor, Terrell. Swanson, summer, but among girls with thin Stone, arms It will be no more popular tban Towniend. Watson. Williams. Works. playing on the harp. Total, 61. One r-- PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. , ble."- tn1 strength, a very present help In I'ss. 4C.I. TIMK-I'rotMi- bly IT;H-ff- l. t.KflflON TKXT-Issl- nh MKMOHY VRItBr.H-tt-- K. OOM1KN TEXT- - "Clod Is our refiu trou- r Ji.oo Powt-oHlc- o the close tf llerrklHh's retsn. 1IACK Jfrusslrm and vicinity. Tim destruction of the army was probably southweit of JuiUh toward ngypt. II. C. tonnnl tr tw-- two-third- s ALL AT TRIAL WEEP DRAMATIC INCIDENTS DEVELOP AT TRIAL OF EDGAR 8. COOKE OF CINCINNATI. BLAST WAS TERRIFIC y . IS FAR .GREATER EXPLOSION THAN WAS SUPPOSED. Twisted Masses of Steel Revealed as May Water la Lowered MRS. FORD IS ON THE STAND Advent of Wltntis' Little Girl In Court, Her Confession That Accused Man la Child's Illegal Father, Breaks Her Spirit Inter. far With Removal of Hulk. uur-ton- Mankind has been raising chickens Bankhead. Bourne. Brlstow, Clapp, for 6,000 years or so, and has not yet Clark of Arkansas, Curtis. Foster, produced a king of l be poultry yard Newlands, Page. Puynter, Thornwltb a soporific voice. ton, Wetmore. Total, 13. An Insane old maid In Broooklyn has been found to posess $1,000,000, so doubtless she Is an old maid by choice and not by Insanity. Noncommittal: Llp-plt- t, Absent: Smith of tal. 2. Necessary 46. Maryland, Tillman. To- to defeat Root amend- ment, .How big London Is Is Illustrated again, by the fact that tbe city's total SUGAR debt Is officially reported to be a little more than S55S.000.000. One of the deplorable features ol the British coronation Is that It wll. cause a Hock of alleged poems to be perpetrated on tbe Innocent public A DEAL NETS $500,000 Story of Sale Is Told to Investigating Committee by Henry T. Oxnard. child labor law which would make it Illegal for a boy to drive homt tbe cows would undoubtedly be quite popular among the youth of our rura' districts. Boston women school teachers ask higher pay than men because It costs them more to live. It that is not a sign of tbe times we are painfully mistaken. Not lees Important and worthy ol ceremony tbnn the christening of th baby, the amMeur gardener thinks, is the arrival or tbe first mess of radishes. Chicago woman wants a divorce because her husband called another lady "Morning Olory" and "Honey Hunch. The "Morning Glory" might have been overlooked, but "Honey Hunch!" Oh. putty! A Half a million dollars' Washington. profit was garnered by tbe Oxnard Bros, almost over night, when they put their Brooklyn sugar refinery, valued at $200,000, Into the sugar "trust" of 1887. according to the testimony of of the Henry T. Oxnard, American Beet Sugar company, before the house "sugar trust" investigating Had the Oxnards held committee. their "trust" certificates until now. the witness said, the deal would have netted them $800,000 besides the dividends on the certificates. They sold the certificates two years after they received them for $760,000. "We were rather glad to sell out," said Mr. Oxnard. "Cut throat competition existed In those days and un- less the beet sugar business turned out as we thought It would. It was o little doubtful about our keeping going." Tbe witness said the capitalization of the Brooklyn factory was only $100,000, but that the plant was worth $200,000. Thieves In Harlem stole a grand pi a house. There must havci been harmony In the gang to get away with a prize like that, and probabl) there was music In tbe air when tbe owner discovered his Ions. it no 'from WIRELESS AIDS 200 BANKERS Acci- Efltcti Rescue In Lake Erie Boat dent for First Time In History. Buffalo, N. Y. Two hundred members of tbe Michigan Bankers' association, who started on a pleasure Jaunt from Detroit on the Detroit and line steamer Western States. reached Buffalo on tho steamer city ot Cleveland after having been trans-lorrt-- shortage?" "Maybe be dl'd." from the Western States follow. The attorney tried to gain an adScientists say flies hate blue paint Ing the disabling of that boat In mid- mission that the safety deposit boxes and will not remain whero the walls lake. have been coated with It. If your Wireless telegraphy was responsi which Mrs. Ford said she had rented kitchen Is painted blue and files con- ble for tbe quick rescue and It was here and In New York for the of packages of money given tinue lo congregate there It is prob the first time In tho history of the ubly because your flics are color- great lakes that the wireless was put ber by Cooke had been used for the of ber own securities and blind. to such a practical test. The Western storing Mrs. Ford denied this, howStates was disabled by tbe bursting ever. Ixindon Is to have it dock that will of a cylinder. accommodate vessels 1,000 feet long. Senate Plans Big Poital Probt. Of course Germany will have to proIndiana Judge Expires. Washington. Tbe senate passed the ceed to construct one for 1,100 foot Ind. Judge George W. Laporte, Bourne resolution authorizing an inHut that Is more sensible vessels. county, one of tbe ot Starke vestigation of tbe postal system of competition, tban tbe Dreadnought Jurlsta In tbe state, died, aged since tbe docks will be useful for oth- sixty-siyears. Death resulted front tbe I'ulted States and to determine er purposes tban those of destruction. blood poisoning, which developed la what changes are necessary In the present methods with especial attenone of bis toes which was frozen last A noted philanthropist. In denounction to the possible establishment of winter, a parcels post ing "the devil of sneering cynicism" who sits In the editorial cbalra of Report Americans Slsln. Closes a Bank. Journalism, modern declares that Washington. Two Americana, Patnewspapers need young men who pre- rick M. Lennon and a Dr. Foster, havt Jefferson City, Mo. The state took charge of tbe fer $16 a week and to stay honett than been killed at Alamo, In Lower Call ot Macon, Mo., which $S0 a week lo doing otherwise. Why fornla, according to dispatches re- Citizens' bank has a capital of $10,000. newspapers alone need a band of such ceived by tbe state department noble martyrs be does not specify. But-fAi- o Com-clocJew-elerBee-ma- n best-know- n x Files and mosquitoes are to pass t strenuous summer. If all the plans fot crusades against tbem are carried Into effect What they are preparing for tbe public may only be surmised, Hit unless tbe plans materialize It vii.' also be something strenuous. Cincinnati. During the trial ot B gar S. Cooke, charged wltb embezzling $24,000 'from the Big Four railroad, two dramatic Incidents occurred, one of which brought tears to the eyes of Judge, Jury, attorneys and spectators, tbe other arousing their curiosity to a marked degree. Mrs. Jeanette Stewart-Ford- , on the stand for and Mrs. Edgar 8. Cooke, wife of tbe defendant, figured In the first Incident When the matronly-lookinwoman who btc stood by Cooke through all his troubles took a seat at his side there waa a murmur of expectancy. Intensified when Mrs. Ford's invalid cbalr waa wheeled In front of the Jury. It was the first time in years that the "eternal triangle" bad been completed in Cooke'a case, but all concerned kept their Impulses under control and there as no Indication on tbe wife's countenance that abn felt anything but pity for Mrs. Ford. The second stirring scene was preceded by the entrance of Mrs. Ford's daughter, aged six. The child ran to ber mother Just aa the latter said: "There Is my daughter, Jeannette, and she is Cooke's child." Tbe witness burst into robs as she made this confession and tears streamed down the faces of Jurymen and spectators. Even the attorney for the prosecution and the Judge on the bench. Inured to scenes of suffering, showed their feelings. Tbe child's entrance was preceded by the Introduction of a letter from Mrs. Ford to Cooke In which she asked him to visit her at the hospital or at least to send her some money, nnd tn nrnvldn fnr thnlr dnuchtai Cn shaken was Mrs. Ford by the Incident' that she was removed from the room and after an interval her physician told tbe court that she could not stand the ordeal of further examination. of tbe woman was merciless throughout Under the Are of questions she admitted having shot and wounded Cooke and of having had him arrested In Chicago. Attorney Charles W. Baker, for the defense, led Mrs. Ford back to her earlier career and the name of Frank Comstock, who preceded WarrlLer as local treasurer of tbe Illg Four, again was brought Into the trial. "Who told you Comstock was short?" asked Baker, "Cooke told me." "Isn't It true that you and went on a two weeks' tprce and that while on It he told you ot his g n k Havana. That the shattering ot the bull of the battleship Maine, expressed by the mute testimony ot steel ribs bent apart decks upheaved and hurled far from tbelr original po sition, bulkheads crumpled like sheets of paper and apparently Inextricable. and hardly Identifiable masses of construction material. Is evidently far greater than supposed, was revealed as a result of a superficial observation made possible by the lowering or tbe water level In the cofferdam a total ot seven feet. On account of this unforeseen revelation all plans heretofore proposed for dealing wltb the ultimate removal of tbe bulk have become merely conjectural until a considerably greater amount of water has been pumped tural conditions, the brightest t In th whole business situation. The strong statistical position of stocks In first hands and tho notable curtailment tn production which still prevails In dry goods lines confirm tbu feeling of confidence In the future, although present business Is very quiet. Demand for future delivery Is slowly Increasing and selling agents are making for new operations In new spring lines In woolens, wotsteds and underwear. The firm maintenance of despite an acknowledged subnormal demand In retail and Jobbing departments. Is becoming a more noticeable feature Shoes and Leather. Supplementary fall orders for footwear In the hands of shoe manufnetur era are of fair volume, but ne business Is slow In dcveloplnr There Is a steady trade In bo'h solu and upper leather, which la the aggregate Improve from week to week. I'udoubt. edly mort business would be consummated '.t tanners would mako concessions from the ndvunted prices asked, as a number of buyers are holding oft at the full Increase demanded. Mil-ue- out Black of the engineer Colonel corps, said that he bad reasonable expectation of lowering the water a total depth of eighteen or twenty feet within three or four days, which would make possible a fairly complete exploration of all portions ot the ship, except the bow, where men were likely to have been on the night of the disaster. it Is probable tbe searcbers may be able to enter the officers' quarters In tbe after structure In a day or two, where they may find the body of Ensign Merrltt. tbe only officer missing, tbe body of Lieutenant Jenkins, tbe only other officer killed, having been recovered from the torpedo are 119,250,878 bushels against chamber shortly after tbe explosion. In the corresponding period FORM BIG BAKING Business Failures. New York. Bradstreets print the following relatives to the failures and extorts during the past week: Business failures in the United States for the week eudltn; June 15 were 212 against 232 last week, 178 in tho like week of 1910. 213 In 1909, 204 In IMS and ICC In Business failures for the week In Canndn number 27 which compare with 23 lor last week and 27 for tbe like week or 1910. The Export Trade. Wheat Includinp flour, exports from the United States and Canada for the week ending June IS, aggregate 2.070,-60bushels against 2,432,820 last week and 1,033,(07 this week last year. For tho CO weeks ending June 15 exports lf-0- last jrar. Corn exports for the week are bushels, ngalnrt 1,035,144 last week Twenty-OnLeading Companies Are and 133,015 In 1910. For tho 50 weeks ending June 15 corn oxportB are Incorporated Under Nevy York bushels against 27,031,437 last Laws with Capital of $15,500,000. year. COMBINE 832,-73e g New York. The General Baking 21 of company, a combination leading bakers ot the country, has been Incorporated under tbe laws ot tbe state of New York, with a capitalization of $7,000,000 preferred. 16,000.-00- 0 Cincinnati Grain Market. common stock, and $3,600,000 first Flour Winter patents J tut. 25, do mortgage bonds. The Issuo has been underwritten and will be sold by a family $2.S5u3.10. low giade $2.40u syndicate under tbe management ot 2.50, hard patent $4.!)0a5.35, do fancy $4.15a4.50. Wheat No. 2 reil 84n8r., Harry Flsk & Son. In order to No. 3 red 78aS2c, No. 4 red 7n7iic, t any violation of the No. 3 57c. law there will be no attempt to es- Corn No. 2 white No. 2 yellow 55 '.jc,. whlto tablish a monopoly. Tho real purpose of the company, No. 3 jel'ow C5e, No. 2 mixed 5Hh55. according to the prospectus Issued, 5.1u554c, No. 3 mixed will be to effect economy In the buy- Oats No. 2 white 414u42c, standard ot white 41atlUc. No. 3 white 40ju4le. ing of materials and the use scientific manufacturing methods. Cincinnati Live Stock. $5ali. butcher Cuttle Shl.esrs steers, extra $0.10a(.20, good to choice Medals Given to Six Tars. $4.S5a5,t;5, helfera, extra $5.75a0, good Washington. President Talt pre- to choice $4.75a5.0."i, cowb, extra $1.00 sented medals of honor to six n4.75, good to eholco $3.75a4.50, $1.5()a:i. members of tbe crew of the warship Bulla Bologna $3.5(1 North Dakota and spoke In. praise ol a4.25, extra $4.35a4.50. Calves Extra good, $0.f.(la7.75, to their heroic deeds whe on September $8, fair Hogs-G- ood 8, 1910, an oil fuel explosion on the common and large $4afi.50. North Dakota killed three men, put In to choice packers and butchers Jeopardy the Uvea of scores ot others, $ti.25aC.:!0, mixed packers J0.20aC.3O. and placed tbe battleship Itself In common to choice heavy fat song, danger. $t.25u5.35, pigs (110 lbs. and less), In addition tn the mednls of honor, $(.50aC05. Sheep Cood to choice, a gratuity of $100 was given to each light, J3.25a3.75, good to choice heavy, roan. $3u3.25. l.aniuH Kxlrn $7,15a7.25. Cincinnati Miscellaneous. Vandsrbllt Yacht Burned. rotiltry Hens, 12ic, spring chickRed Top, Conn. The launch Vagrant, owned by Harold Vandcrbtlt, son ens 20a22c. lb, ducks, 10a 12c, turke)s, of W. K. Vonderbllt, w hlch waa moored 13c, geese 3n7c. Eggs Prime flrkts beside the John Harvard, was burned. 15c, firsts 1314c. Butter Creamery, was badly burned extra 244c: firsts, 19c: fancy dairy, Mr, Vandcrbtlt about tbe face, but his eyesight Is not 10c. Apples Fancy, JS.SOau a bbl., Impaired. choice $5a5.50 a bbl. Carrots Home grown 12V&al5c h dos. Celery LouisCurtln Heada Iowa Bankers. iana SOaCOc bunch. Eggplants $3 a Mason City, la. E. i. Curtln ol crate. $Ca6.50, Lemons California Decorab was elected president ot tbi Onions New Orleans $2a2.50 suck. Iowa State Hankers' association. C Oranges J3.25u3.75 box. Potatoes dsr Ilaplda was chosea for next year'i Mobile J2u2.15 bu., MIcMtau, new, 15 coaventlon. 5.C0 bbl. THE MARKETS anti-trus- can-ite- Idolatry. The reault was most happy. "Hete-lcls- h had exceeding much riches and honor." His kingdom wan tranquil, strong and wenlthy. But one constant danger threatened Judah tho growing power ot Assyria, whose overlord-shi- p Anas had acknowledged, against the urgent protests of Isaiah. In 701 II. C tho great Invasion ot Palestine was made by Sennacherib, with a double siege of Jerusalem. Sennacherib sent an army demanding the surrender of Jerusalem. He may have felt that It was a mistake to leave In his rear so powerful a fortress, while be bad still to complete the overthrow of the Kgyptlans." Tbe Assyrian, coming near to the walls of tbe city and speaking through Itabshakeh, tho chief officer of Sennacherib, made tho contest on between Jehovah and the Assyrian Idols, between the true religion, the one means of redeeming the world, and Hezektah, and Isaiah, and apparently the scribes and ciders, clothed In sackcloth, went Into the temple and prayed from tbelr Inmost souls. Note how afflictions lead to prayer. Hezeklah saw before him captivity, suffering, probably death, tho loss of bis kingdom, the extinction of his line, the exile of his people. But above all be saw the toll of true religion, the dishonor of Cod's name, a religious and moral loan to the world. We should pray for 'temporal blessings, for whatever we need; but at the same time wo should never let tbe desire for earthly things overshadow the larger and more Important spiritual Interests; but rather, as In Ilezeklah'n case, the preaaure of personal need should make more Intense tbe desire, for Ood's cause and kingdom. Then came a. mcssago from God through Isaiah. Hitherto Isaiah's message bad been one of wurnlng to Judah, In order to mako them so obedient to God that tho relief could come to them as a blessing. Now his message concerns the Assyrians, but also shown Judah why God comes to their help. deliverance came The wonderful when tbe angel of the Iord smote of the Assyrians a hundred and fourscore and five thousand. Just where this occurred we do not know. But Sennacherib was marching toward F.gypL The deliverance waa a ot Kgypt an well as of Judab. The scene may well have been near KRvpt. Whether It was by a storm, or pestilence, no one knuwa. It In remarkable that the hlstorleM of both his chief rivals tn this campaign, Judah and Egypt, should contain Independent reminiscences of so sudden and miraculous u disaster to his host. From Kgyptlun sourcoi there boa come down through Herodotus a story that a king of Kgypt. being deserted by the military caste, when Senna-cherlking of tho Arabs and Assyrians Invaded his country, entered his sanctuary and appealed with weeping to bis god: that the god appeared and cheered him; that he raised an army of artisans and marched to meet Sennacherib In I'cluslum; that by night a multitude ot field mlco ate up the quivers, bowstrings and sbleldstraps of tbe Assyrians: and that, as these fled on the morrow, very many of them fell. A stone statue of tho king, odds Herodotus, stood In tbe temple of Hephaestus, having a mouse In tbe hand. Now, since the inouBo was a destruction, and symbol of sudden even of tho plague, this story of Herodotus seems to bo merely a picturesque form of a tradition that pestilence broke out In the Assyrian camp. The parallel with tho K,Ue narr&Uvft Is close. In both accounts It is a. prayer of tho king that prevails. In both the deity sends bis agent tn '.he grotesque Kgyptlan nn army of mice. In tbe btibllmo Jewish his angel. In both the effects are sudden, happening In a single night. From tho Assyrian side we have tbls corroboration: that King Sennacherib did abruptly return to Nineveh without taking Jerusalem or meeting with Tlrbukab, and that, though this Kgyptlan ruler reigned for twenty year more, he never a&oJu uude a 'Syrian ckmpalgu. dcllv-eranb, The Importnnro of the event which forms the subject ot tills lesRon In shown by tbe fact that Its history In given In three books of the Bible, and probably referred to tn another, occupying seven or eight chnptera, be aldra the clay cylinder on which Sennacherib made his own record. It was a great crisis In Israel's, history like tho exodus, and return from captivity, n signal landmark, to teach and warn and enrourngo anil comfort Israel In other great crises, and tho notions and Individuals of all tlmea. Hezcklnh, although the son of n bad father (but a good mothor), began hla reign wltb a thorough and widespread reformation and revival ot the true religion, even while tho Assyrians were Invading tho Northern Kingdom. He cleansed and repaired tho templo, restored tbe temple services, and provided for the support of tho IvIIoh and for popular religious Instruction from the books of tho law, thus bringing about a great uprising against Juhc 22, 1911 THE CITIZEN CLAIMED ARSON EXPOSE Page Tkntf CAN YOU FOLLOW THiS YARN7, Tom and Vera Have 8ecrct Between Them and Each In Burst of Confidence Tells Friend. Tom and Vera bad a secret between them. In a burst ot confidence Tom told It to a mutual friend. Will; but regretting his action, obtained a promise from Will' that he would never let Vera know that the secret had been told. Will, however, told Vera that Tom "FIVE GEESE IN A FLOCK" had let him Into tho secret, but made her promise not to tell Tom that ho Particularly Amusing Game to Play (Wilt) bad Informed her of having When Your Little Friends Coma obtained the Information front Tom. A llttlo later Tom decided to let Vera to Pay Short Visit. know that he had told the secret to When your friends come to see you, Will, but Instructed her not to tell play "Five Geese In a Flock." The Will that he (Tom) had admitted to children sit on tho gran, or on a giving away the secret to Will. Vera went to Will and told him that bank or bench, aide by side. One stands as Market Woman opposite the Tom had confessed to having let him Into the secret, but she made Wilt row of players. Sho walks along tho row and promise not to let Tom Know that abe touches each child, beginning where had given him this Information. Bbo also went to Tom and told him. In strict confidence, that Will had told THE BLUE GRASS PRESS CON IE NT ON Mayor of Minnesota Town Arrested at Leader of a Band of Safe Rob- bers and Torch Applyert. Largo Attendance and One of the Best of Meetings TRIUMPHAL SPECIAL TRAIN After Criticizing Each Other Through Their Editorial Columns For a Year, Publishers Meet in Love Feast Bome of the Features. Springs, K) The memthe Kentucky Press uafocla-tluheld their midsummer meeting at (Vrulenn Springs this week. Tlio gathering was one ot the largest and years, tills liehin bent held In the t Sml nmiunl meeting. The members with their wive nni friends, gathered In LoiiUvIIIh Monday nnd took n special train over the llllnolfl Cent nil at noun . Publishers living In tho western part of the Htnte boarded the train nt different points nluiig the route. The train with the ndltors attntcted considerable atten-Clons It arrived nt the various along the route, especially nt J'rlnceton, where the editor were Invited to enjoy the hospitality of tho Cerulean cif bers n St Paul, Minn. What Is declared by slate officials and detectives to have been the biggest organized gng of safe blowers and Incendiaries over operating in the west, Is believed to have been exposed. After a running fight with bandits engaged In cracking a safe, Mayor Dumas, of Cass I.ako, Minn., a graduate ot tho Physicians' and Surgeons' College of Chicago, and prominent mnn In Northern Minnesota, was arrested. It Is alleged that he Is the ringleader ot the notorious band which has operated In northwestern states, and Is said to have been employed by various merchants burned out to rob their safes and fire their buildings so that Insurance could be obtained. CANADIAN JMffi 3 3 IN9IOE VIEW NEW STATE CAPITOL LOOKING FROM HALL OF THE HOUSE TOWARD THE SENATE CHAMBER. ENDOWMENT SUBSCRIBED. TRIP FOR EDITORS SURVEY ARE 0 PARTIES Transylvania University the Beneficiary of Several Amounts. Lexington. Dr. H. II. Crossfleld, Ohio Publishers To Become Guests of Government and See Great Agricultural Districts of Western Canada. Colur.ibus, O. Ohio editors will become the guests of the Canadian gov- her about having learned the secret u INTHE FIELD CitllCIlH. Eastern Kentucky Being Thoroughly Studied Arriving at Cerulean Springs the editor found that John 8. I ji retire, of MAKING SOIL INVESTIGATION the Cadiz Itecord, chnlrmuu of the entertainment committee, had everything In readiness for the members of New and Important Territory, in the Light of Various Development, the pre gang. A sumptuous dinner Now Receiving Scientific of frlftl chicken was uwnltlng the tour-lu- t Attention. upon their arrival at the Cerulean Springs Hotel. Lexington. The Kentucky geologi program An unusually attractive was carried out a arranged hy the cal survey has placed several geologiprogram ccmtnlttee composed of Tom cal and topographical survey parties O. Cndorwood, HopMuxville New F.ra; in the fluid, whoso work for 1911 will Charles M. Meaehaui, Hopklnxvl'Je cover much Important territory emKentucklan, and John H. Laurence, braced In the mineral and oil districts of the state, not heretofore Cadiz Iteeonl. mapping Social sessions were held In the aft- reached. Tho ernoons nnd business sessions durhiR done In conjunction with tho United the mornings. Many of the editors Slates survey will Include several quadrangles In both coal visited HopkliiMvllle, the thrlvliiK me- en-mile tropolis of Southwestern Kentucky, fields. In the eastern field much new and during the week, where the Kates of Important territory now being travhoKpltallty were Hung wide open. There were several very exciting ersed by railroads preliminary to opboiling contests during the week, ening up now coal and timber sec- u euchre game during the cool eve- tions will be. Included In tliu ami Troublesome nings and a prize awarded to the The Crockettsvllle quad couple In attendance nnd the hnndromest pair. One of the most rangle will take In parts of ilreathltt, exciting features was the base hall Perry and Leslie counties, nnd the Kentucky, Troublesome quadrangle parts of garni between Kastern President A. 1). Miller, Itlchtnond Cli- Ilreathltt, Knott and Perry, Including max, captain, and Western Kentucky, the Important Troublesome creek and Tom Underwood, captain. Umpires, contiguous regions about to be tapped William Itemlngton, Paris Democrat, by new lines of railroad. The principal geologists In the field and diaries Meachatn, HopMnsWIlo are Prof. August Foerste, Dr. J. II. Kentucklnn. White, The election of olllcers occupied tho tiarduer and Messrs. K. D. In soli lust btislnesx session Tliursday morn- with S. C. Jones as assistant ing. Col. W. II. Ilalderman. present Investigation. of the association, Is CORONER "SOME OFFICER." scheduled for the office of president fifteCrock-etuvlllquad-rauglehand-ttomet president of Transylvania university, returned from a trip to Louisville and n portion of Indiana, where he secured subscriptions aggregating $31,000 to tho endowment fund of tho university. Fifteen thousand dollars of this was given by Mr. anil Mrs. W. P. Dowers, of Muncle, lnd. President Crossficld announced that $190,000 had now been subscribed of tho entire $'.10,000 which the university authorities are attempting to raise, and that the remaining $50,000 would, he thought, soon be secured. The General Kducatlon Hoard of New York, after carefully Inspecting the work of tho university last year made an otfer of $20,000 for tho permanent endowment, provided the college would pay tho debt on the Institution and raise a total of $200,000 In new endowment. LAWYERS IN CONVENTION. ernment the tatter part ot July and onjoy a Jlxtecn-days- ' trip through the great agricultural districts ot western Canada. Final arrangements have just been completed by K. Benjamin Yale, corresponding secretary of the Uuckeye Pres3 Association, and publisher ot the Waynesflcld Chronicle, nnd In the notice sent out to the publishers of Ohio, he says: "The tare will cost nothing as the Canadian government will furnish us with a special train, and you will not be required to give a thing In return of the therefor except such a write-utrip ns you caro to make and which you think mlRht prove Interesting to your readers. Representatives of tho Canadian government will accompany (he party all tho way and make arrangements for entertainment at cities and towns alone tho line." p from him. Will next went to Tom and Informed him of Vera having; stated that he (Tom) had admitted to giving away the secret. Tom retorted by saying that Vera had told him that be (Will) bad advised her ot being let Into the locret. They both promised not to tell Vera of having given away (he confidences which she had late-l- y Riven. Hut this la tho question: Were any more confidences necessary? Or bad all ot the three friends heard enough to be convinced that the others knew everything that could be told? Children Making Merry. fr '.i and saying one word of the following rhyme to each as she touches her: "Please good farmer cut the Bhe pleases, corn. Keep the lock. a geese In Ave Keep tho flock?' As soon as she says the word "flock." the one first touched Jumpa up and runs away. The market woman pursues her. Dut while she Is catching her, the other geesa have fled, and she has to catch each player and reseat her In her place before the game can begin again. The one first caught becomes In her turn the market woman. game. "Den" Is a good Each boy takes tho name of a wild beast and has a tree to himself, which represents his den. Any player who leaves his den Is liable to be tagged by the next one ouL The best runner generally starts out first, a fecond pursues him, nnd so on until all may be out at once. It a player can tag any ono he has a right to capture, he takes him home to his own den, and the latter must help him to take the rest. The pursuer cannot be tagged while bringing homo a prisoner. The children sit In a row with hands folded to play "Button. Ilutton, Who's Got the Button?" One takes a button and, holding it between both hands, pretends to give It to each one of the players, who open their hands as If to receive it. As she does this the leader says to each one, "Keep all t give you." When she has finisher she puts the question to each one In turn, "Ilutton, button, who's got the button?" Tho answer Is "Next door neighbor." When sho returns to the head of the line and asks "Who's got the button?" the player mentions tfce name of the one she thinks has it The the wheat and burn thorn. Shut your gate and turn the i UNCLE SAM'S CREOIT. New $50,000,000 r Program Prepared For Meeting Kentucky Bar Association. Lexington. Panama Loan OveThan 102. of rsubscribedBetter ! i to succeed A. I). Miller. Among those attending were M. O. Peak and wife, ligraiife New Kra; J. H. Cowlen. Masonic Home Journal; J. W. Ilarrall and wife, Shepherdsvllle News; A. I). Miller nnd daughter, Richmond Climax; U W. Calnes nnd wife, Trenton Progress; Mrs. K. C. lliichanun nnd daughter, Campbells-vlll- e Knqulrer; Mike OSulllvaii. Sentinel; Kd Shltmlck and wife. Shelby Iteeord; C. S. Clark. Western Newspaper Union; C. K. Woods ami daughter, IMrhmoml Delta; W. A. llurnett nnd Thomas Fransley, IJourbon Stock Journal; I. C. l.lttrell uihI wife, Owentou Democrat; Tim NePdham and wife, Winchester Democrat; Wallace Hrown and Miss Shel-byvlll- o Plays Second Fiddle Only to Better Pay. Sheriff-Mea- ns 0 ' S. M. Saulley and wife, Stanford Journal; John I. Snead and Miss Hnllle Hays, Ilullltt County D. H. Peal; and daughter, Democrat; J. C. Alcoiic and wife, Jeffersontown Jeffersonlnn: W. H. Jones and wife, (llasgow Iteputillcan; John W. Calnes and wl(e. Howling liroen Messenger; J. II. Stears and wife. Nlcholasvlllo News; F. M. Thorn-assodaughter, fieorgetown and News; S. W. Ilryan and wife, Franklin Favorite; H. P. Summers ami wife. lied-for- tloe lluckuer, Ilardstown Standard; Plo-n-e- r; d n Smith's drove Times; A. N. wife. Wllllnmstown News; II. A Summers. Kllzabethtown News; Oliver Kelly and wife, Lebanon Kuterprlse; K. S. Albright and wife, Mt. Vernon Signal; Ilaker and John I.oiils M. Messenger; Will. Ilemlngton nnd wife, Paris Democrat; Charles U Hunter nnd wife, Lebanon Falcon; Heber Mathews nnd wife, Hartford H'cralil; J. Ney Foster, Hnrtford Hepuhllcan; Mrs. M. L. McKlnney, Adalrvillo (en- lindrnm Mathlas, Carlisle Democrat; and wife, Danvlllo terprise; 8. M. Jenkins and wife, Ma- C. C. Itoek nud rlon Record-Press- ; wife, Hardlushurg Leader; D. M. Duncan and wife, Brandenburg Messenger; C, It. Hancock end wife, Pembroke Jouruul; W. P. Walton, I ) Kington Herald; Hyland C. Music W. Jack-moTimes. u terested party to the action." Tho court sustained the point, and as Hie coroner Is the nlllclal next In authority after the sheriff, the county attorney was directed to Issue the summons through Coroner J, D. KIser. As .100 or 100 back tax suits will soon be filed, and the court holds that the coroner must serve the summons, this MAYOR RESIGNS OFFICE. will mean Important and lucratlvo additions to the coroner's usual work, nnd the question has been raised as Gives No Cause For His Action Will to whether the coroner has the authorLikely Be Accepted. ity to appoint n deputy to assist In serving summonses. Mt, Sterling. Maor Samuels, o: this city, created general surprise at a special meeting ot the city council TO OPEN HOME. by resigning from otllce in a letter Louisville Minister To Make Princi- to the board. No reason was given. This Is the second time the mayor pal Address At Shelbyvllle. has resigned, uud It Is believed that Shelbyvillo Tho Old Masons' Home the council will probably accept It will be formally dedicated Tuesday this time, it Is not known what causafternoon, June 27. The exercises will ed Mayor Samuels to take this step. be under the auspices of Solomon's Lodge, No. .', F. & A. M., with the SPRY AS A KITTEN. Hon. llobert It. Durnam, of Hlchmu'ud, grand muster of Kentucky, officiating. 10C. Cuseyvllle. Willis Hamilton. All of the (irnnd Lodge olllcers will and believed to be the holder of tho bn present and n large delegation Is age record In Kentucky, eclobrated his expected from Louisville. birthday anniversary. Just to show The new building was erected at a u couple of generations he was as spry cost of about $10,000, Including tho as he used to be, ho walked to Sturgts, equipment, and was opened for occu- about six miles, and back. He scornpation on Jauuary 20. It Is located on ed the use of a cane, and has been u furm of 175 acres, which was pur- performing the pedestrian feat for tho chased for $20,000. Tho cornerstone last five or six years about two times wus laid on Juno It, 1910, weekly. STORE BURNS; REGISTER RIFLED TOBACCO SUFFERS. A new nnd Interesting Lexington. legal point developed In the circuit court which may result In the county coroner becoming much more Important than this official has been In the past. In n back tax suit filed by the sheriff In the name of the commonwealth the legal point was raised that the summons on the suit could not be served by a member of the sheriff's otMcinl force, as the sheriff was an In- The programme of the annual meeting of the Kentucky liar association, July 12 and 13, has been completed by Secretary McDowell, and printed copies mailed to the members. One of the most interesting features announced Is an address by Judge Alex P. Humphrey on "The Meaning of the Decisions In the Standard Oil and American Tobacco Cases." Gov. Woodrow Wilson, of New Jersey, will address the meeting on "The In Politics." E. J. McDermott ts on the programme for u discussion of "Kxpert Testimony" and Judge Matt O'Doherty will talk about "lawyers' Fees." Judge Shackelford Miller is to speak on "The Value of Precedents" and Judge will J. F. Cordon, of Madlsonvllle. discuss the question "Is the Fellow Servant Law Becoming Obsolete?" The committee on judicial and law reform will report on a measure to provide relief for the congestion of the court of appeals' docket. The Kentucky court of appeals. It Is said, decides annually about four times as many cases, as the Supreme Court of the United States, and It has fewer Judges. The committee will report to the association on a plan similar to the Virginia s)stem. Recommendations will probably be made that np peals be denied In cases Involving less than $200, unless constitutional or statutory questions are involved, and that In cases Involving more than $200 and less than $1,000 appeals be granted only when approved by the court nfter a presentation of the questions Involved. Washington. The government's new 3 per cent. $500,000,000 Panama loan la a success. More than 3.O0O bids oversubscribed it at least three times. Itefore the opening ot bids had been In progress a half hour treasury officials declared that the loan would be entirely taken by comparatively small Investors at a price higher than 102V&- The prices bid for the new bonds are taken to Indicate that the national credit of the United States Is the highest in the world. Securities ot England, France and Germany are selling nt n discount, and many financiers believed that the new Panama loan would bring llttlo above par. DEATH IN THE AIR. fluo'a deposition was so sweet Hbo couldn't bear to cross the streot-An- d I have even heard her beg Her mother not to beat an egg! GREAT STADIUM Structure Is Shaped Twenty-Five AT TAC0MA Like a Horseshoe and Will Comfortably Seat Thousand. an important part In Pacific-Coas- t athletics, is tho only high school in AmerBird Men Meet Disaster at Beginning ica having an Olympic stadium, If not of Great European Race. the only one In the whole world, a", is a ponderous mass of steel and conVlncennes. Three distinguished avicrete, just completed at a cost ot mors ators Instantly killed, one probably fathan $100,000 In a gulch at ono side tally injured, four other blrdmen hurt ot the high school building. The gulch In varying degrees and 200 spectators happened to be just the right shape more or less Injured tragically markfor the stadium, so but little excavaed the beginning of the European cirtion was required. The structure ia cuit flight race. shaped like a horseshoe, with tho open Sixty airmen had been entered In end overlooking Commencement bay. contest, of whom 50 took wing, this It will seat twenty-fivthousand peowith In spite ot the catastrophes ple, has a center sufficiently large for which this, the greatest of the Eurobaseball, football, track and field Inflights, was pean events, and will also be used for outaugurated. successful gucsser takes the leader's door musical concerts and entertainments. Ten of tho competitors were place. obliged to abandon contest for one A movement Is already on foot to Acting Animals. secure the next Olympic games In reason or another before they flew beyond the confines of the park. This Is a game callod acting ani- America, the people of Washington mals. One child pretends to be some believing that In the Tacoma stadium kind ot nnlmal and acts Just as that they have one of the best arenas ia BURNS IS INDICTED. animal would act. Then the other the United States for such an event Indianapolis Grand Jury Charges Kid- children guess what he Is trying to Baby on Its Hind Legs. he. The child who guesses correctly naping of McNamara. Little Bessie was so accustomed to may be tho next one to represent an the Charged with kidnap- animal. It Is really very funny, espe- seeing the baby crawl around Indianapolis. It was his cially If you try to Imitate something room that sho thought ing J. J. McNamara. secretary-treasure- r of like a rftork standing on one leg or a natural mode ot traveling. One day ot the International Association In standing up Urldge and Structural Iron workers, rhinoceros or a turtlo or even a when he succeeded Indianapolis. William J, Ilurns, mosquito, for insects are Included as with the aid of n chair she was much from nnd, running to nor mothnoted detective, and James Hosslck, well as animals. Sometimes It Is well astonished mamma, come a city detective of Los Angeles, were to allow the guessers three questions er, exclaimed: U "Oh. Itaby standing up on bis quick! Indicted by the Marlon county grand that may be answered by "yes" or hind legs." "no." Jury. An Indictment against McNamara. charging him with being Implicated In the dynamiting of a plant ot the Peoria and Pekln Railroad Co., at Peoria, 111., also was returned. e cross-countr- Tacoma's high school, which plays Loss Is $100,000. New York. The murine shops of the West Shore railroad, on the river front at West Now York, N. J were destroyed by tire. Tho loss Is esti- 07 BiJGlS R PaOOQtf c5-i (BBDff mated at $100,000. SQRaa ARB K? AM TIL SMS WHO. Sm 202J8. Burned to Death. Urooktleld, O. Ivy. daughter of Elmu Dllley, was burned to deatb while her mother stood by unable to render assistance. eight-year-ol- d Pi1ir.ii -- GREAT GOOD DONE, First Heavy Rain In Week Relieve! Drouth In Harrison. Cytithtami. This city and county had tho ilrst Rood ralit In many weeks. All vegetation and crops were Retting in u distressing condition from the continued dry spell. Only u small percentage of the tobacco crop this county usually has Leon put out as i'ni, owing to tho dry spell. The ruin did much Rood uud the farmer are rejoicing over It, New York. Nearly 1.000 seafaring stewards, tlremen, men. Including Louisa. Tho clothing and furnishteamen, coal passers, went on strike ing store of Nash & llerr was destroyfollowing tho falluro of the olflcers County Growers Fear Dettruo-tloed by fire and water, The Iosb Is plac- Todd of the Morgan Line to take any of Crop. ed ut $8,000 to $9,000, with Insurance regarding the demands made upon The cash register was of $4,000. employees. At least Elkhoru. Ileports from all sections them by their lu port are without rilled. nIx vessels now disof the duik tobacco district lire crews. Tompklusvllle. The residence ot J, couraging. Not halt ot the tobacco London. The stearic MlnnewjBka II. Newnmn, occupied by Cam crop Is out and but little of that which of the Atlantic Transport Line, wat, burned. All the household bus been set Is doing any good, whllt iinib'e to salt for New YorkMthe ore Roods were burned. Thcro wus no In-- , bads ara drying up oil account ot tht Musing to sign on Uio,i.ldUrma and suruuee. The losi Is estimated at protracted drouth. Corn appears tu the owners declining tu svafu au It. l ibout $1,500. be doing fairly weU. crease. n n S)2 u SWD7 sMaa-r- a ana ftrea zacsn araTtn'w'.i I; Page Four. THE CITIZEN. When You Buy Your Oxfords Get Comfort Get Style Get Both BUY RED CROSS , W. B. CORSET R. H. CHRISMAN Funeral Director and Embnlmcr A Complete Duy Phone 20 iicvcr In too much of a hurry to ptus H friendly salutation to thoso ho mot on tho streets. 1 mot hlni most every i!ny for nearly a year anil nlwayn received his kind greetings, and 1 learn- B I id to regard lilm as a man I i I -; ; 'with lovo for hU fellow man. There are sad to know, and In tho pr-,- i who mU,lt nn itent Issue one o these facts Js , ,,,.. , nm M , )a "forced to view. It is tho announce-- , n,v,.r nlm . int , nout of tho death of Prof. Kills. 1 thnk r.fclu. only a short acquaintance with Success to The Citizen and all during that time I became , li'm, hut friends. Impressed that ho was a man of most Very truly youts, excellent character. I have read tho A. 1. Settle. col-I- n fiiiloglea passed upon him by tho I'ge people and I feel quite sure that SWEEP THE CORNERS nothing was said about his worthi ness that he did not Justly merit; Tho story Is told of a little houna- and I wish to add tho tribute to hU maid, far ovor tho sea, who was onrn memory, that ho wna a bocIaI. frloml- - line with tho church than sho had ly man among his neighbors and wns "&ked whether sho realli-- d that th-- t 1 - Guaranteed not to rust. This latest W- - B. accomplishment again emphasizes the superiority of the W- - B. product. Line of Modern Funeral Supplies. Nlrfhl SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. 46 You pay less E. F. COYLEget more or UNION Red Cross Flour, 65 cents. Every Sack Guaranteed S. S, PICNIC of tho . their unfailing rare and thoughtful-nesthrough our time of trouble. The Spirit of Christ inalies us all Mrs. K. U. I'utnam has gone to akin. 'Christian Herald. L. & N. TIME TABLE. Ashland, Illinois, where she will Revealing Character. spend tho summer with her daughter, North Bound Local There Is nothing In which people 6:15 a. m. 10:55 p. m. Mrs. Helen Beggs. Knoxvllle betray their character more than In a. m. 3:57 1:03 p. in BEREA Prof, and Mrs. Seale were in Rich- what they And to laugh at. Goethe. 7:45 a. m. mond, last Tuesday. 6:10 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound Local CALIFORNIA A little son was born to Mr. and 8:15" p.m. 6:40 a.m. Cincinnati Mrs. G. D. Holliday, Saturday, June If you are thinking of coming or I 12:39 p. m 12:29 a. m. BEREA want to know why you should come 5:50 a. m. 17th. 6:55 p. m. Knoxvllle to California, write to me, and I Express Trains Highest prices paid for wool. J. S. shall take delight In telling you why, GO HOME SHINING IN AND OUT Stop to take 'on and let off passenGott, Depot Street. and giving you any information you gers from beyond Cincinnati or from Miss Mary Adams who, has been in may desire. I am a Kentucklan and Atlanta and beyond. Richmond for some time, came home, take a special Interest In Kentucky Bound South Monday. people. I have been In California ten "Cincinnati 8:00 a. m. are years, on the farm and thoroughly Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ambrose 11:41 a. m. BEREA the proud parents of a little son understand the soil and conditions. North Bound It you think of coming to California liorn on Monday of this week. 4:56 p. m. BEREA drop me a line. 8:45 p. m. Cincinnati Mrs. A. J. Smith was in Richmond, Yours truly, H. L. Bishop, Tuesday. YOUR Klngsburg, Frenso County, Cal. Mies Mildred Turner and MIbs Ella If you want wood, call up Geo. WATCH is a delicate piece Watklns, after a fow weeks visit Tigs, 149-- rings. $2 to S2.G0 per cord. TRIBUTE TO PROF. ELLIS AND of machinery. It calls for with friends here, returned to their less attention than most THE CITIZEN Urmston Lewis, who has bwn Mr. home in Litchfield, O., this week. machinery, but must be cleaned the druggist In tho Porter Drug Co. London, Ky., June 2, 1911. and oiled occasionally to keep Miss Abigail Scudder, who has been for somo time, left last week for The Berea Citizen with Its usual !crfect time. visiting here, left Monday, for Kan- Kansas, where he has a position. account of events has been received, With proper care a Waltham. sas City, Mo. FOR SALE: Am forced to sell my I am quite sure that no visitor Is Watcli will keep perfect time Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you .Miss Maggie Taulbee and Miss ior a lifetime. It will pay you house and lot on Jefferson St., and more welcome to our homo than the Houser returned, Monday, from v ill offer same at a bargain. Call dear old paper which tells of the want and get what you call for. Highest market well to lefui clean your watf U every uor 18 months. the Y. W. C. A. conference in North on Sallle Fowler. price paid for butter, eggs and chickens whereabouts and doings of tho peoCarolina. ple with whom the most part of Pure home rendered lard 501b. cans 10c per lb. smaller lots 12c Those twilight C. E. meetings un- my Mr. Norman Frost left, Monday, life has boon spent and of whom FRESH FISH EVERY THURSDAY up der the trees on the campus are provfor Chicago, where he is to take I am always glad to hear. Optician and Jeweler ing a blessing and Insplrtalon to KIdd Building, Corner Main and U. 1. ROBERTS, a course of study this summer, beIt some times happens, however, BEREA, - - - KENTUCKY Richmond Streets, Berea. Ky. who come. The subject for next all fore returning to bis post as Superwo Sunday night is "Missions in China." that things must bo told which intendent of Schools at Minn. Come and share with us. We begli WANTED: Old hats and old at 6:30. shoes for the next 30 days at Welch's Mr. Clark Wilson was In town, New Dry Goods and Gents' FurnishMonday, on bis way to Knoxvllle, ings Department. Tenn., where he will do special worit A linen shower was given Miss Lo II Agriculture at the Summer term I la Barber at her home, Saturday cr tnQ state University In prepar.v evening. Miss Barber left, Tuesday tlon for work as assistant to Prof. for Memphis, Tonn., where she Is F. O. Clark next year. Mr. Arthur to be married to a Mr. Potter of that Flanery accompanies Mr. Wilson and ity. will also take a special course so Mr. Glen Porter left, this week, that ho may be better fitted for the position, which he expects to take for his home In Toboso, Ohio. AT la the fall, as teacher of AgriculRov. Howard Hudson preached at ture at a school In North Carolina. the Disciples church, Sunday, For the whitest and best flour, go Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bender wero In to R. J. Eagle. town last week. Missos Esther and Edith Favllle, MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. Miss Neva Chrlsmau is visiting of Norfolk, Virginia, spent Saturday relatives In Combs, Ky., this week. uud Sunday with their grandmother, B, Harris and family are spending Mrs. R. J. Lewis. They loft Sunday evening for Cedar Point, Ohio, where this week In Jackson County. Women's Children's Summer Suits Men's Two-pie- ce they will both bo In the University Mrs. C. I. Ogg Is suffering from a Of Science. cf Ohio Summer school badly poisoned face. Women's Children's Hot Men's Mr. Frederick Juchhoff, formerly L. F. Parsons and family of Tex- in charge of the business courso at Women's Children's Low Shoes Men's Low Shoes Sandals as are hero visiting relatives. Borea, is now teaching partnership Women's Children's Light Waists Men's Summer Coats Joe Smith and wife of Kerby Knob and bailments In the Illinois College visited at Dr. Robinson's, Friday of Law, and at the same time Is Women's Children's Black and Fancy Parasols Men's White Vests principal of the commercial division night. of one of the Chicago high schools. Women's Children's Summer FOR SALE: Men's Fine Buggy mare, His address Is 2822 West 12th St, four years old, excellent qualities. and be writes of his abiding Interest McGuIre. s, I DAN rl. DKJVIV Mr. Ralph 1'atln was In town for Fire, Life an Accident a few days at the first of the week. Mrs. Newcomer left last week for Insurance ' l)aa c"ck'8 home, at Korby Knob, . ,., ivjcomona, iy. h Phone 505 wM, amin,i Union Church will hold Its annual picnic nt Slate Lick next Saturday, tho 24th. First teams loave 1'arlsh House nt S.30, seeond trains at 10 sharp. GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES of tho school and All mombeis church are cordially Invited to "join making this a delightful occasion, Judge Lewis and family have gone i Hring your baskets. Jas. Durgess, Sunt. to Leslie County for a month's visit, j by tho wero accompanied They CARD OF THANKS Misses Morgan. We, the bereaved wife and chilMr. S. W. Hoggs, with his Sunday ' School class, camped on Ilobes Mt. dren of tho late P. J, Pawley, desire CITY PHSNK (S3 to thank the good iieople of Berea and unt11 Monday. OFFICE OVER RACKET ST0REifrom Frlday vicinity, for their untiring devotion Mr. N. J. Coyle went to Jackson and kindness during the Illness anil 'County, Monday, on business. death of our dear departed husband Berea and Vicinity. Tho Uiblo School TATUM'S was In any way different after unit-bee- n before. She thought for an and then smiling brightly, raid: "Well, I sweep the corners." Sho could hardly have ghon a bet- tor demonstration of the reality cf tier religious lire, sweeping mo corners meant that sho did not neglect tho part of her work that was out of sight. It meant that sho was Juit us thorough about the trivialities and oooooof)osoojoooo ooooaoooaoaooooo I DR. BEST, DENTIST I and father. We especially wish to thank Dr. Cowley and Miss Ltllle A. Moore for GoVay Bags TRUNKS and SUITCASES of all styles, shapes and prices. 'the llttlo obscurities as about what was obvious to every beholder. Might not bo well for somo of us occaa- lonally to return to that onco ovorywhere prevalent, and tnqulro of ourselves It we prove our l.lety by sweeping tho corners? Tha It 2 WELCH'S PALACE MEAT MARKET DON'T NEGLECT WATCH A T. A. ROBINSON Pro. Hot Weather Wearing Apparel RHODUS STORE HAYES THE QUALITY and and and and and and AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES Straw Hats Skirts Weather Hats and Underwear Underwear in Berea. Mr. Haselden and family of LanFowler, Friday. caster and Mr. Elder of Danville, Elijah Davidson of Irvine visited friends of Mr. J. M, Early, were Berea , Isltors this week. relatives here list week. Mrs. D, C. Call on, S. Sparks visited Sallle COME AND BUY FROM US AND YOU WILL GET THE BEST. June 32, ion. THE CITIZEN. Page Five. "THE FURNITURE MAN" Has just now on display the largest, nicetf and most complete stock yet shown in this count and the prices are the lowest c7er. 30 DAYS ONLY Best 25c Coffee Meal, per bu. 15c 65c 60c 50c j ( $20.00 suits $15.00 suits $12.00 suits $10.00 suits $12.00 $11.00 $10.00 $8.00 a THE RUG CARPET AND MATTING STOCK the price is, down, down, down. $15.00 up. 9x12 Axminsters $25.00 each. i Patent Flour Good Flour is also large and complete and 9x12 Brussels $8.50 to $15.00. 9x12 Wilton Velvets . Bacon : 10c A great redaction in shoes. FOSTER STOVES AND RANGES Are still the best on earth. They" are guaranteed to give full satisfaction in every detail or your money back. $20.00 to $40.00 eack. $10.00 to $20.00 eack. Stoves Ranges Why Pay More? ANOTHER CAR OF BUGGIES JUST IN ) R Phone 60 Old Hickories and Houghtons a class to themselves. If you want a cheap buggy Ihave it in the leather top and steel tire for $50.00, or leather top and rubber tire for $60.00. If you want a good one I have them from $75.00 to $ 40.00. I can please you in a buggy, J. ENGLE Berea, Kentucky resontcd by a number of tots push-o- d in baby carts, led by a grandfather carrying a miniature baby crib on a polo. Next In line was tho Primary Department with tho beginners grouped around a pretty Maypole. Tho Juniors, In costumes to suit childish fancy, mado a pleasing appcaranco. Tho Intermediate Department showed up well, while the large number Ic tho Senior Department shows that this school Is ablo to hold the boys and girls who are passing Into manPerhaps one hood and womanhood. ot the greatest reasons for the remarkable success ot this Sunday School was to bo seen in the Adult Department where tho men and woyou do not have men attend go to to beg tho children to Sunday School. In conveyances especially provided tho Homo Department brought up tho rear. Tho only unpartho ot pleasant feature was faced by tho ado that judges departawarding in was left for a dull moment. At tho closo of tho day many old as well as young people said, "It was the best picnic I havo ever attended." RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT- At the regular meeting of Capt. Jasi West Post, Juno 17, 1911, the following action was taken: Wheroas, Comrade P. J. Pauley, a prominent member of this post, was called from this world on tho fifth day ot the present month, it Is hereby ordered that tho following statement bo entered in the records of tho post and furnish The Citizen for publication: Comrade Pauley enlisted in Co. 0. 4th regiment ot Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, and served until tho closo of the war. It is the testimony ot his associates that ho was an excellent soldier. For more than ten years ho has boon a' member of this post, and has been Influential in its proceedings. He has been regular in attendance, has held various offices, and ono year served as Commander. The post mourns his departure and extends its sincere sympathy to the bereaved widow and other family friends. Th'os. Dougherty, Commander LoVant Dodge, Adjutant. ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE. surrey or cart. -:- - -:- - -:- - -:- - -:- - ANTHONY AMERICAN WIRE FENCE I sell and carry in stock a full line of Anthony Wire Fence. The most perfect tie, heaviest wire and most expensive to produce of any brand the American Wire and Steel Co. puts out. yet the price at which I sell it is as low as their other grades. A full supply of Wall Paper, Refrigerators, Oil Stoves, Ice Cream Freezers, Lawn Mowers and dozens of other articles. Investigation will pro.ve to you that I sell better goods for less money than others. BY THE WAY if you for tale. wait an OLIVER CULTIVATOR I have a few of them Louis Karnosh, Sally Lako, 4917 Prospect, all ot Cleveland; Miss Alice Douglas, Fern Douglas, Wellington, Ohio; Ruth Todd, 40 S. Ac., Uroak-por- t, N. Y ; Rev. and Mrs. William ltakcr, Chagrin Falls, O.; Will Cllft, 50 Novelty, O.; Lotto, M. Osborne, Mr. Lusard I'laco, Talncsvlllo, O. Anton Karnosh wan official photographer for tho crowd. Letters of regret were read from John Chapln, Supt. of Schools, Glen-dal- e, O.; H. A. Deckott and Mario Maltby Beckett, Cleveland; Rev. T. D. Dodgo, Talniadgo, Ohio.; Claude Schram, 401 E. 8tu St., Flint, Mich.; Allco McKee, 84 W. 0th Ave., Columbus, O.; Frances Shultz, Carlisle Indian School, Carlisle, Ta.; Frank McKee, Mr. Robert Walden, Wellington, O.; and Miss E. J. Swozey, East Col-leSt, Oborlln, O. After singing, "My Old Kentucky Homo," tho people departed for their homes, hoping to meet many more at the reunion next year. ment and class banners. Although R. H. Chrisman BEREA REUNION AT CLEVELAND Phone 26 Berea, Ky. wero discussed 'Your presence is requests at a minion of llorea College students to bo held Saturday, Jutio 17th, at tho Park, bathing pavilion of KdgcwaO-r Cleveland (Clifton lllvd car) from 10 a. m. to G. p. id. and continued at the homo of James M. ltacer. 2107 V. 36th St., (Lorain Ave. car to W. 30th) until 9:30 p. m. Uaakot lunch at 1:00 p. n. Wear colors. Ilolow find list of Invited guets. If you know of other llorea students kindly extend this Invitation to them. Social Privileges." In responso to this Invitation about twenty four former students of llorea, representing classes from 13Sr, to the present time, met at Kdgowa-te- r I'ark. The reunion was held at this tlmo In honor of Ilov. Terry Schrock and Mrs. Lucy Van Horn Schrock, who wore visiting tho Host for tho first tlmo slnco they began their work five years ago. Mr. Schrock, after only four years and a chosen head of the half of service-wa- s Congregational church of Washington State. Tho afternoon was spout In tho pavilion, and though a steady down pour of rain kopt somo away, It did not dampen tho enthusiasm of tlioso piosent. At flvo o'clock tho meeting wus adjourned to tho beautiful ! GRADUATING And WEDDING PRESENTS and in Gold, Gold-fille- d Sterling Silver. Birth Stone Rings and Jewelry. homo of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Rarer, whero an excellent super wns served by Mrs. Ilacer. Much of the success of this reunion was duo to tho efforts of Mr. and Mrs. Itacer, who not only worked untiringly from ' tho first, but hobpltably opened their home to tho people. No llerea reunion Is complete with-'oand some tales reminiscences ! weru unfolded whoso very thought would linvo harrowed up somo men'a souls. Mr. Racer, as toastmaster, first called upon Rev. Terry Schrock, v, ho was tho Ho guest of honor. uas followed by Mr. A. S. Mann of llcrea Cleveland, who showed his 'training by not being discouraged when his speech was Interrupted by tho arrival of a few mom Ilerealtes, but calmly waited until tho hand shakings were over, then continued his speech. Trot. Ira S. Tennlman, director of music In I'lymouth Congregational church of Cleveland, and Mr. Ned Chapln gavo homo Mr. of llcrea. reminiscences class 'OS, now Hoffman, Kolla Reserve n student at Western reMedical School, gave us more cent news of llerea, and Louis Kar nosh In a bright speech which brought down tho house, showed us that tho llorea spirit of old Is being kopt alive by tjio present generation of students. As a woman must always have tho word tho speeches wore closed by a few words from Lot-t- a LetOsborno of Palnestlllo, O. ters of greeting wero sent to Trent-deFrost and Trot. Dodge. Whllo mirth and Jollity prevailed, thoro was a ruoro serious side, as one and all testified to tho good fellowship and desire to do things, which provalls among llerea students, I I ut I and A. S. Mann, J as. M. Racer, and E. C. Chapln, all of Cleveland, wOr chosen a a committee to plun for a reunion next year. This organization Is In no way Intended as a substitute for tho Alumni Association, but is a social gathering of tho people residing lu northern Ohio, who have been at somo tlmo students In llorea. It Is not limited, however, and anyone who has been connected with llorea Is welcome. It you want a good old llcrea visit, plan to bo in Cleveland next year nbout tho last of Juno nnd attend plainly falling flat. this reunion. Following Is a list ot tlioso prePARADE AND PICNIC sent: An event ot more than usual in Roy. Terry F. Shrock, Mrs. Lucy terest was the parado and picnic of Van Horn Schrock, Deer Park, Washington; A. S. Mann, Mr. and Mrs. tho Baptist Sunday School, Wednes Ned Chapln, Glenn Kocner, 6901 Clin- day, Juno 14. Officers, teachers and ton Ave., Kills Landphalr, 1343 K. pupils had worked hard and their UUh St., Holla Hoffman, Western labors were rewarded with great suct, cess. Tho weather was' almost ideal. Resorvo Medical College, Clara Although there was a shower in the 10127 Detroit Avo.,Mr.andMi3. E. D. Cheney and two children, afternoon, it was not severe enough 'J1SS W. SCth. St, Mr. and Mrs. Stanto drive tho enthusiastic merry makley Van Wlnklo and daughter, 12S5 ers under shelter. W. 91st St., Trof. Ira S. Tennlmaa, Tho parado was formed according on the chunih Hotel Talgarth, Jamos M. Racer, to departments Myrtle Burr Racer, 2167 W. S6th St, lawn. Tho Cradle Roll was well rep- ut ed Doi-eet- each had a different choice in tho beginning, It was finally decided to (Ontlnutd (r.m first pge) to Judge O'Rear, still award tho department' banner to opposition with a brave show ho declares that the Juniors and tho class banner to the class taught by Mrs. H. C. Woolf. he will fight to tho last ditch. At the Intersection ot Chestnut NOT AFRAID OF O'REAR Mr. Franka and all of the oth- and Boone Streets conveyances had er enemies of O'ltcar's nomina- teen provided by generous friends to Sluto tion have persistently ro ported thru-o- to carry the school Springs. There each passtho state that his election will Lick mark tho end ot the era of peace in ed away the time very pleasant', Kontucky. Nevertheless, tho people though no one roamed so far away do not seeni to be frightened and but the wagon with tho dinner bastake all such sentiments as campaign kets might bo seen. It was a dinmaterial and poor material at that ner. Twlco as many people could In fact, tho only objection that any- have been fed, so bountiful was tho A delightful program ot body can offer to Judgo O'Rear 13 supply. the claim that he favored the night races and games had been arranged for the afternoon, so that no time riders which claim can only bo by a perversion of his Frankfort speech. And the claim is IN OUR OWN STATE All persons having claims against tho estate of the Rev. M. K. Pasco are hereby asked to present them In proper form for settlement, and all who are Indebted to the said estate are likewise requested to make payment. Mrs. M. K. Pasco, Administratrix. Do You Want to Buy a Good Blue Grass Farm ? Do you want to buy a good building lot in Berea and do as others have done, build you a lat AT THE CANFIELD STAND nt very best selected stock of If you want to buy from the comfortable home, educate your children and make a living? Or is it a common to medium farm you want at a moderate price for either cash or terms with easy payments, close around and convenient to Berea College ? It may be more convenient for you to buy some of the beautiful homes already built that I have for sale for my clients in Berea. Good enough for anybody. I have plenty of Real Estate in Madison and adjoining Counties for sale at a price to suit any one, from $10 per acre to $150 per acre owing to the quality and location of the land. Think it over and write me what you want or call at my office and we will talk it over. REMEMBER WHAT I SAV, you will always get a square deal with Holiday. If interested CALL UPON OR ADDRESS, i Fancy and Staple Groceries Let us have your order. te Zbc IRachet Store ENGRAVING FRE In E and any gathering reveals tho fact that many of them art) going out Into tho world doing things worth whllo, and their Influence Is being felt far and wide. Tlans for a permanont organization A Wc also carry an line of Confectionery, Fruits and A Fresh Vegetables, and at prices to suit the times. We shall be pleased at any time to show you through our stock and 'will take the best care of your orders, giving you prompt attention and courteous treatment. We do not ask you to take our word but give us a trial. live cottages, four fronting Forest St. Investment in well sulucteri real estate Ingrowing communities are Hure and safe and best for small havings. Buy this property and you are inlying un iniiuritanco. 1 have ruHldunt property, store property, and building lots for sale in llorea, ranging in price from $160 tip, Improved from 1200 to $6,000. Also bluegrnss farms In Madison and Garrard Co; mountain farms In Jackson and Rockcastle Co. I can suit you in farms anywhere in prices from $1,000 to $20,000. acres, real black walnut blue grass laud in Oarrard Co. One farm of 02 2 l- - miles weatof Paint Lick, Ky. Tills farm Is nearly all In grass, well improved, and will suit any one wanting a splendid farm. If you are planning to buy Real Kstate, do not delay but write or call on me at onee for particulars and terms. -2 ONLY ONE FARM IN BEREA Containing twonty acres ten original forestry, ten in oats grass, and Call phone No. 108 or when you have an opportunity come in and see us; we are on Main Street,, next door to the llcrea, Ky. Post-office, G. D. Room 4, J. P. MCKNELL W. I. DOOLEY Bra Bank (& Trait BEREA, KY. HOLLIDAY Building Page Six THE CITIZEN minute. Tie caught Mmwlf mcnier- Ing, sometimes, at tho perfection of the deliberate Indifference with which Mr. Grimm masked his emotions. In his admiration of this qunllty he quite overlooked the remarkable mask of benevolence behind which hn himself la Plnns Should ba Lnld Out With Snme Carefulness hid. Any Other Pcrmnnent Improvement Bestowed "And tho name, D'Abnuxl," ho re Controlling Factors nro Location, marked, after a tlmo. "Wlint doc It mean to you, Mr Grimm?" shndnw. Cost nnd Co has long been "It means that I am to deal with "Tho world-waof Maintenance chimera, Mr? Grimm," he remarked nt a prlnco of the roynl blood at Italy," Mr. last, "but now now! Think of It! Of was the unhesitating response. (Ily JOHN T. STKWAHT.) water from the cultivated fields could course, the Central and South Amerl Grimm picked up the Almanac da The Intelligence of the Inhabitants not readily csenpe. Consequently, for can countries, taken separately, are Gntha nnd glanced at tho open page. Inconsequential, nnd that Is true, too, "Of course, the first thing to do is to and tho prosperity of the country, In completo drainage. It Is necessary la of the Latin countries of Europe, cx find him; the rent will be simple an agricultural region, aro measured hnvo, on the Individual farm, a thorough system for collecting tho water copt France, but taken In combination by tho chnractor of the works whereenough." Ho perused the pnge in Industrial Art has joined hands as It falls and carrying It to the "I will begin ork at onra." under one directing mind, tho allied with Nature to beautify and tusko main outlet. navies would be would be formld The slzo of tile to be used Is deCHAPTER III. able, at least. Hacked by the moral fertile tho land, and to adorn It with support of Germany, nnd perhaps Jft structures both plonslng to the eye pendent on aurfneo conditions, grade pnn I Dont you see? Don't you and giving evidence of their adapted-lien- s or fall per 100 feet, area drained, and The Language of the Fjn Mr. Grimm was chatting Idly wttb see?" to the purposes for which they the outlet. An area from which all the water He lapsed Into silence. Mr. Grimm Sennrlta Rodriguez, daughter of th were designed. If the buildings are opened his lips to ask a question minister from Venezuela, tho while neat and attractive, lawns arid shade must be removed by the under-dratMr. Campbell anticipated It unerr he permitted his listless eyes tu wan- trees well cared for, the fences Ingly: der aimlessly nbout the spacious ball- straight and free from weeds, and tha "The purpose of such an alliance? room of tho German embassy, ablaze fields properly cultivated, tho passers-bIt Is not too much to construo it into with festooned Jlglits, and brilliant will spoak of the country as being with a the first step toward a i chaos of uni- well Improved; by wblch It Is undertranslu- stood that the people are Intelligent war of reprisal and conquest beside forms. Gleamfnflf'arl-whlte- . which tho other great wars of tho cent In tho Mfj;Wwere the bare and thrifty, the soil productive and world would om trlval. For the shoulders of wofninjland from far off the market good. But If the buildfact has at last enmn home to the na came the plaatfyjwhlno of an or- ings are small and poorly built, tha lions of tho world that ultimately the chestra, a pulstMisefua rather than n yards and vacant places grown' up In Method of Qradlng Bottom of Trench. peoples will doml living sounJ.yofptlWcV pointed here weeds, tho fences unsightly, and nato It dominate It because they are and there by,.j'&Mecnto cry of a much of the land not cultivated, It Is wltl require larger tile than one which the practical peoples. They have given flute. A zephyjriJcnumed with tho understood to mean either that the Is thoroughly surface-drained- . to the world all Its great practical In clean, fresh "odor of lilacs, stirred the country Is comparatively new, the InNatural conditions render It necesventlons tho railroads, tho steam' draperies of tho archway which led habitants lazy and thriftless, the soil sary to lay tile on such grade or fall, ship, electricity, tho telegraph and Into the conservatory and rustled ths unproductive, or the market poor. As per 100 leet, as Is available. Tile have cable all of them; they are the great bending branches of palms and ferns. one or the other of these sets of conbeen laid on grade as low as half an civilizing forces, rounding the world For a scant Instant Mr. Grimm's ditions prevails, the market valuo of Inch per 100 feet, and occasional up' to new moral understanding, for eyes rested on a young woman who the land Is high or low. Everywhere short sections have been put in level; what England has dune in Africa and sat a dozen feet away, 'talking, in play comfort, convenience and beauty com- the depth of the flow lino of tho t II o India we have done In a smaller way ful animation, with an undersecretary mand a high price, as Indicating pro- beI6w'tbo surface being the "head" In the Philippines and Cuba nnd Por of the British embassy a young won- ductive value In the lands and a rea- which caused the flow. The lighter to Itlco; they ore the great commer an'severely gowned In some glittering sonable Income from tbelr cultivation. the grade, the larger tbo tile required clal peoples, slowly but surely winning stuff which fell away sheerly lrom her Desirable and attractive however as to drain a given area. of the earth; wher splendid bare shoulders. She glanced may be these Improvements they are the market-placeever the English or the American flag up, as If In acknowledgment of his by no means the most Important. Is planted there the English tongue look, and her eyes mot his. Frank, There are others, prominent among Is being spoken, and there the peoples blue-gra-y eyes they were, stirred to which Is the drainage of wet lands, are being taught the sanity of right their depths now by amusement. She wblch add more to the productiveness living and square dealing. smiled at Senorlta Rodriguez, In token of the land. 'It requires no great effort of the of recognition. The factors controlling drainage Im Nothing Will Pay Larger Profits Imagination. Mr. Grimm, to foresee "Aren't they wonderful asked provements Than Thorough Working- - of the location. Initial that day when the traditional power Senorlta Rodriguez with the quick. cost, probablearepermanence, and cost Field Da for Plant bubbling enthusiasm of her race. Ing Tim. of maintenance. If the dltcb could be "What?" asked Mr. Grimm. located on the other man's land, and "Her eyes," was the reply "Every the other man required to pay for It, (fly It. O. WEATHEHSTONK.l person has one dominant feature opposition to drainage would cease, There Is no work on the farm that with Miss Thorno It Is her eyes." and' It would go ahead regardless of will pay larger and more certain prof-It- s "Miss Thome?" Mr. Grimm repeated. cost, and along the lines of greatest than frequent cultivation of the "Haven't you met her?" the senorlta permanence. potato field before planting time. All went on. "Miss Isabel Thorne? She It Is not an uncommon thing for a of the weed seeds that may hnvo only arrived a few days ago the night landowner to fight a drainage assess- germinated will be destroyed and a of tho stute ball. She's my guest at ment, on land which has a market capillary attraction of molsturo tho legation. When an opportunity value of from $20 to $30 per acre, and better li established with tho sub soil. Tho comes I shall present you to her" at almost the same time buy another frequent working of the soil will make Sho ran on, about other things, with tract of similar land, at the market considerable plant food available, and only an occasional remark from Mr. price. His desire Is to acquire more the young plants will tako on a mora Grimm, who was thoughtfully nursing acres, under the false Idea that his vigorous and rapid early growth. his knee. Somewhere through the prosperity will be denoted by the Wo mako a practice of rolling our chatter and effervescent gaiety, min amount of land In his possession. Ho potato field as soon as It is plowed, gling with the sound of the pulsing does not renlize that one acre of thoroug- and going over lengthwise of tho furmusic, ho had a singular Impression ol hly-drained land may bring him a row with a light harrow so that the a rhythmical beat, an indistinct tattoo, Interspaces between the furrow may noticeable, perhaps, only because of C becomo filled with loose soli and preits monotony. After a moment he vent the evaporation of moisture. shot a quick glance at Miss Thorne After the field has lain a few days and understood, it was the tapping of the sods are cut with a disk harrow I I an exquisitely wrought Ivory fan 2 both ways and the field harrowed with against one of her tapering, gloved If Any Other Man Than Gault Had lingers!. a common spring tooth harrow until She was talking and smiling. Is established. the seed-boSent That I Should Have Said He Dot- Was Crazy." Much of the subsequent labor redash-dot'- " said tho fan. quired to care for a crop of potatoes Mr. Grimm twisted around In hi! of Paris, and Berlin, and St. Peters may be avoided when the ground hns burg, and Madrid will be honey seat and regaled his listless eyes with thorough and careful preparation belong look Into the scnorlta's pretty combed by tho steady encroachment fore the crop Is planted. of our methods. This alliance would face. Behind the carelesit ease of reWo grow better tubers when we Types of Tile. Indicate that already that day has pose he was mechanically Isolating tho plant !n check rows and cultlvato both faint clatter of the fan. Tile with end! that are not n.jiure. rebeen foreseen: that there is now a ways. The yield Is slightly smaller, Dot at A, tiould be rotate! until the contact sentment which is about to find ex na ahown In C. without but tbo tubors aro moro uniform nnd U mail' a clo dash-dot!- " pression in ono great, desperate strug the kink ahown In 11. marketod. will grade bettor when 'Did any one ever accu.se you of gle for world supremacy. A few hungreater Income, with half the tabor There Is little real economy In plant dred years ago Italy or Rome was staring, Mr. Grimm?" demanded the although and expense of cultivation, than two ing small potatoes for sood, stripped of her power; only recently senOrua. bantering!)'. some years thoy will produce fairly For an Instant Mr. Grimm continued acres of the undralned land; or that good crops of potatoes. the United States dispelled the Illu to sion that Spain war anything but a to stare, and then his listless eyes It could be acquired at t f the cost of the sboll; and France ! One can't help swept the ballroom, parsing InvolunPlanting Beans. but wonder If the power she boasts Is tarily at the scarlet splendor of the acre. Mention has been previously made The kind, size and completeness of principally on paper. Hut If their minister from Turkey. not at Nor"I beg your pardon." he apologized. the drainage works needed In a given In this column of a practice Do you see? forces are combined? contritely. There was a pause "The locality, tho methods of doing the folk, Vo.. In ortho plnntlng of beans. It would be an enormous power to' all kinds nre usually lluBh beans reckon with, with a hundred bases of minister from Turkey looks llko a barn work and adjusting the costs, must planted tu drills, dropping the beans by the local conditions. on tire, doesn't bo?" be determined supplies right at our doors." Nor(TO UK CONTINUED.) What Is good practice in one place two or threo Inches apart. At He rose suddenly and walked over may not be practicable In another. folk tho growers have found that to the window, where he stood for a World's Greatest Oil Well. The character of the ground, surface yields aro more satisfactory when the moment, staring out with unseeing The sceno In the Potrero del Llano slopes, crops raised, and value of land, beans are planted In hills about olght eyes. district, a few miles above here, wbere all have a bearing on tho subject In Inches apart. Dropping at those dis'Given a yard of canvas, Mr. accomplished by means Grimm," ho went on finally, "a Spun- - the biggest oil well in the world has any locality the first consideration) Is tances may be spotting maboy will waste It, a French boy been active since January 3, 1911, can an outlet or channel by which tho oi a bean planter or sh not be adequately described. Imaglna water may be carried away. In some chine. The argument Advanced Is that will paint a picture on It, an Engused between the lish boy will build a sail boat, and an a solid column of oil shooting to a localities Nature has provided such hand hoes can be height of more than four hundred and an outlet. In others, It may be neces- hills, thus providing bolter cultural American boy will erect a tent. That fifty feet from a hole In the earth, sary for several landowners to band conditions, ospcclully for tho young fully Illustrates the differences In the with a mist of minute globules car- together and construct a channel, of plants. racea." ried by the wind for more than ten sufficient size and depth fo serve as He abandoned the didactic lone, and miles settling down upon tho vege Selection of Sire. returned to the material matter in tation and forming pools of oil within tho main outlet of a network of Selection or a sire Is of the greatditches which will give relief during Mr. Grimm passed, him tho that radius; hand. then a great lake of the wet years. In many places whero est Importance In tho breeding or a despatch and be sat down again. fluid four miles long by three mllei such outlets naturally exist or are al- profitable, flock; hero Is whero wa 'Will soon sign compact In Wash wide and formed by ington,'" he read musingly, "Now I earthen dam hastily mrans of nn ready comploted, crops have suffered look for the Improvements of our flock, thrown don't know that the signing of that natural resorvnlr, and at thoacross a from an excess of water In the Imme- nnd therefore, the greatest care rosta lowest vicinity, for the reason that the on tho selection. compact can be prevented, but tho depression of the bank ol this lake a diate signing of It on United States soli can channel several feet wide leading Ir.tj be prevented. You will see to that, the Tuxpan river, through which tb.4 Mr. Grimm " KNOCK-DOW- N overflow of oil from the wonderful "Very well," the young man agreed geyser is constantly going to waste. carelessly. The magnitude of such Tuxpaw (Mexico) Dispatch task made, apparently, not the Rlightest Impression He on him. Took the Warning. auguldly drew on his gloves. Charles," said a sharp-voiceworn "And meanwhile I shall tako steps an to her husband in a railway car to ascertain the attitude of Russian rlage, "do you know that you and I and Japanese representatives In this once had a romance In a railway car June 22, 1911 SERIAL?? JI STORY ftj mncntate .person from the desk, and took n chair. "Hello! fn half an hour? So much!" Tho page of the Almanac do Got ha fluttered through his fingers, and final ly he leaned forward nnd studied nnragrnnh of It closelv. When ho ! raised his eyes ngnln there was that In them which Mr Grimm had nover seen before a settled, darkening r la VAST IMPORTANCE OF GOOD DRAINAGE SYSTEM FOR FARM in That Initial Homt Town c 3 Helps -- E Re- ELUSIVE SCHOOL GARDENS IN CAPITAL Washington ISABEL By JACQUES FUTRELLE markable Results City Has Achieved In tha 'Public Schools. can-lessly- . ittujtrattfj ty t m. Kcrmnit y Cnprr1btt IM M Tlx AaxwUlM tMUr NtfmiiO Corrnttl 1M. bj T DMsHnil OMfu;, world-wnr-M- multl-come- d BYN0PSI3. Count dl Knalnl, the Italian mlm at dinner wim aipiomaie in taor. Ihn national capital nhtn a meaaengar hrlnga a noto directing him to coma to the emnaaejr at one. Hero a beautirul young woman ak that ahe be given a ticket to the rmtaair nan. n mck et la made out In the name of Mlaa la bel Thome. CHAPTER II. Mr. Campbell and the Cable. Just n It Is one man's business to manufacture watches, And '.'another. man's business to peddle so It was Mr. Campbell's buslnoss to know things. lie was a human card Index, a governmental ready reference posted to tho mlnuto and backed by all the tremendous resources of a na tlon. From the llttlo offlco In the Se cret 8crvlce Bureau, where he satdar after day, radiating threads connected with the huge outer world, and on bled him to keep a Arm hand on the diplomatic and departmental pulse of Washington. Perhaps he canio near er knowing everything that happened there than any other man living; and no man realized more perfectly than he just how little of all of It he did shoe-string- English-speakin- s CULTIVATION OF POTATO FIELD decoration' later. These slips are pot-teand shifted Into larger pots, as required, during the winter, so that by spring the greenhouse Is filled with In the material for distribution. spring of 1904, 4,000 plants wero sent out from the housn, wblch rovers an area only 3 by 33 feet. Much attention has been given tu window-bogardening. The preparation of the soil, the suitability of plants, and their propor arrnugement have bean carefully studied. Special success In these window boxes baa been obtained with Huston ferns. Tree seed have beon collected in tho parks of the city In the autumn und kept In sand during the winter. In tho spring the ground haa been plowed by the students with a hand plow, the semis being planted In accordance with the directions given in llulletln No. 29 of the bureau of forestry Weeding occasionally during th summer Is all the work that has been required. The nursery now contains about 100 young tree. PRESERVING THE SKY Simple experiments are pVrformmt and conclusions drawn from the reSoils brought from school sults grounds nro treated with different fertilizers, seeds planted In them, and the results carefully noted, Tim power of soils, the conservation of water by soil mulching, th esutlaU for germination, and the proper depth for planting various socds are learned through experiments. lleforu the frost touches geraniums, colons, scarlet sage, and heliotrope In tho park beds, cuttings are made and placed In cluan sand to root, thus furnishing material for school ground water-lioldlu- g LINE as know. In person Mr. Campbell was Dot un like a retired grocer who bad shaken the butter and eggs from bis soul and settled hack to enjoy a life of placid Idleness. Ho was a little beyond mid die age. pleasant of faco, white of hair, and blessed with guileless bluo eyes. Ills genius had no sparkle to It; It consisted solely of dotnll and system and indefatlgablllty, coupled with a memory that was well nigh In fallible. His brain was as serene and orderly as a cash register; ono almost expected to hear It click, He sat at his desk Intently studying a cable despatch wblch lay before him. It was In the Secret Service code. Leaning over his shoulder was Mr. Grimm the Mr. Grimm of tho bureau. Mr. Grimm was an utterly different type from his chief. He was younger, perhaps thirty-onor two, physically well proportioned, a little above the average height, with regular features a and listless, purposeless eyes of a hundred other young men who dawdle Idly in the windows of their clubs and watch the world hurry by. His manner was languid; his dress showed fastidious care. Sentence by sentence the bewildering Intricacies of tbo codo gave way before the placid understanding of Chief Campbell, and word- - by word, from the chaos of It, a translation took intelliglUe form upon a sheet of paper under his right hand. Mr. Grimm, looking on, exhibited only a most perfunctory interest In tho extraordinary message bo was reading; the listless eyes narrowed a little, that was all. It was a special despatch from Lisbon dated that morning, and signed simply "Gault," Completely e Skytcrapar Buildings Condemned Unsightly and Forbidden by Law In Belgium. t' 11 "The skyscraper so far haa ben condemned as unsightly nnd henc forbidden by municipal law In and the liberty of the Individual Iiuh been sacrificed for' the benefit of In Antwerp, for Intbo majority stance, no building may rise above 61 feet from the ground, no matter how wide the street, und so the rental value of property Is limited for the sake of harmony. "Ostcnd Is another striking exumplit of tho same understanding In th municipal body. From ono end of tho "Ily to the other, notwithstanding the fact that It Is a summer watering place, not a single temporary. Inartistic structure will bo found. The city Is aa substantially built as any In 1ho Interior nnd Its villus, hotels and public buildings aro as solidly constructed as elsewhere. No wooden summer hotels, no wooden structures for shows, no wooden walks along tho sauds. Tho parado along tho waterfront is as ttall built as the main streets or tho city of Ilrusscls. Ho It Is with the smaller seaside resort along tho const, and so it Is everywhere In ISelglum. , Preserve All Dig one-thir- one-hal- newly-bough- translated It ran thus: "S'.'cret offensive and defenslvo alEnglish-s- liance of the tatln against the peaking nations of tlio world Is planned. Italy, France, Spain and republlcH will two South American soon sign compart In Washington. Proposition Jut made to Portugal, and may be accepted. Special envois now working In Mexico and Central and South America. Germany Invited to join, but refuses as yet, giving, however, tacit support; attitude of HUHsia and Japan unknown to me. Prince Benedetto d'AbruzzI, belie ved to be in Wushlngton at present, has absolute power to sign for Italy. France and Spain. Profound Becrecy enjoined and preserved. I learned of It by underground. Shall I Inform our minister? Cable Instructions." "So much!" commented Mr, Campbell. He clasped his bands beblud his head, lay back In his chair and sat for a long time, staring with standfast, thoughtful eyes Into the Impasslvo face of hl subordinate. Mr. Grltnm perched himself on the edge of the desk and with bis legs dangling read the despatch a aecoud time, and a I If a state or a nation possesses, ha Its crowning glory, some peculiar man. lrestatlnn of nature, or sumo nohl work of art. Its rank among civilized communities Is best meusurod by thn maimer In which It treats such n priceAmong philosophic less possession historians nnd men of science, there Is no such convincing proor or the Inherent weakness of Spain as a nation, us her destruction, centuries since, of the forests which in Moorish times clothed her Sierra Nevada and Sierra Morena, the mother of the rivers, now shrunken, but formerly bringing fortuity and plenty to tho plains below. What shall bo tho answer of tho future, historians to a similar question aa to our forests? I'osslbly we are In daugnr of evoking u similar answer. Even England Misses Bsauty. of the front gardous In this country arc failures, having Nine-tenths Trees In Parks. CONVENIENT PEN d "If," he observed slowly, "If any other man than Gault bad seat that I city," Mr. Grimm nodded. should have oald ho was crazy." "And now, for Prince "The peace of the world Is In peril, Mr. Grimm," said Campbell Impressively, at last, "It had to count, of course, the United Stales and Kng-lanagainst a large part of Kurope and all of Central and South America. It bud to come, ar.d He broke off abruptly, and plclied up tbo receiver of his desk telephone. "The Whit House, pleaso," he red third. "neither beauty nor desirableness, pride nor grace," us Kuskln says of tho old church tower at Calais. Kays the London Kvenlug Htuudard. Dint-cuenough to lay out well at any time, being half courtyard, hair tbo dirtlculty ol making tha front garden attractive Is doubled by thn owner's Inslstunco on bringing u caricature of a carriage drive up to hiit front door. Tho rest of tho space Is usually filled or killed with uuoubus. bilious and blotched, and with laurels parsing luto lean and lanky legglneHs. gar-du- lt yet!" d'AbruzzI," Mr. Campbell went on slowly, "Officially he Is not In Washington, nor the United States, foi that matter. Naturally, on such a mission, he would not come as a publicly ac credited ugent, therefore, I Imagine, be Is to be sought under another Benedetto name." Of course," Mr. Grimm acquiesced. 'And ha would avoid the big ho quested curtly, aud then, aftor a moment . "Hello! Please ask tbo presi- tels." "Certainly." dent If be will lecelva Mr, Caiupbnll Imniodlatfly .he Hnrre"Yes, Mr - nervlo." Mr, Campbell permitted his guile Campbell of There was a less blue eyes to linger Inquiringly Jrttma removed Ula la-- upon those of the young iuu for It rlage?" Never heard of It," replied Charles In a subdued tone. "I thought you hadn't; but don't you remember It was that (Air ol slippers I presented to you the Christmas before we were married that led to our union? Ynu remember how nicely they fitted, don't you? Well. Charles, one day when we were golni to a plcnto you had your feet at oa a seat and when you weren't looking took your measure. But for that pair of slippers I don't believe we'd ver been married." .4 young unmarrlod man, sitting by ln:mftdUtrly took down sla (ot froB rronr of Pen s 21 Insect Injuries to Trees. trees, but moro especially street trees, because of their greater value, and Importance, should be well looked All over occasionally to noto nny mechan leal Injuries which need attention. V 1 Dead or decaying wood Is often atc-- . tacked by Insect pests that gradually extend their borings Into the sound wood and thereby endanger the heart of tho tree. All dead wood should ba Pen Side chiselled away as soon as noticed, and the wounds painted over to protect tin The accompanying Illustration shows lap siding. The roof doors are 18 Incbe wood from both weather and Inaocts. Is about a very good bog cut with a convenlont wide. Completed, the cost In all large eustern cities a forestry knockdown pan, Tbo skids are 4x8s. 9 $25. The drawings show the dimen- department haa been found necessary feet long and the jolita are 3, 2x6, laid sions of tho house and tha pauols of to the prosorvntlon of tha uder atreol tlst Ths walla are shly ap, Riper nod tba pen. !o of trees. Jane 22, 1911 PROPER CARE FOR THE COLT THE CITIZEN Of the Page Severn LIVE ttttsr to Let Younaster Stay Than Follow Mother All -- In Birn Day-Acc- idents Are Avoided. (ny 6. r. ptmnuKj Nearly overy ono alms to give his e? Fly Pastor Russell brood marcs about a week's rest after Of tlrookly TatwmKl foaling, but on few farms are sudlclent horses kept so that they can bn allowed a longer period of rest than Death Is spoken of throughout the this. Merely hymn- When the mare Is again put Into lllhlo as an enemy, tho fields, shall tbe colt be allowed book theology presents It as a friend, nn angel sent ot God. Death Is Introduced to our attention In the Hlble as the penalty for sin, with tbe distinct GOOD DIPPING VAT FOR SHEEP understanding that had Adam not transgressed the Divine commands he very Farmer With Flock of Twenty need not have died, nor even have five Animals Should Posies been cast out of his Kden home. St. One Concrete It (Cheap. Paul emphasizes the fact Hint denth Is the penalty ot sin and that the res A former owning as many a urrection of the dead will ronio to iliocp should have n good mankind as tho result of the redempdipping vat. Thrin may be made of tive work of Christ. Ho inys: "Since wood, metal or concrete. Tor by man comes death, by mnn also smaller number of sheep than twenty-five- , comes the resurrection of the dead. thn barrel used to scald the pigs For as all In Adam die, even so all will do If (he farmer feels that he In Christ shnll bo made alive; but cannot afford to purchase or build every man In bis own order," band or a vat. cohort (I, Corinthians 15:21-23)- . A Rood galvanised vat ten feet Ionic In tbe poetic language of Scripture and four feet deep made purposely tor dipping can be purchased for death Is symbolically represented as a great monster which has been swal about $12. There are smaller sizes lowing up the human family, never thnn this that ran be purchased for Too Young to Travel Far. less money. satisfied. Millions on millions hnve Concrete vats can be built at a normal cost. Three or four to follow the mare, or kept In the already been devoured. Mankind In vain baa looked for n deliverer for farmers can club together and pur- barn? chase one of the galvanized tanks and n... iiiii,r ! i tin better place In one able to vanquish death and to de haul It to their respective farms as It If the foal Is allowed to liver the prisoners from the great is wanted. A dipping vat for sheep follow Its mother to the field, to prison house of sheol, hades, the shoud be narrow enough to prevent trudge after her all day long. It will grave. This monster was granted perI ho sheep turning around In It, and be completely tired out, long before mission to devour the race by him who deep enough to swim large sheep. the day's work Is ended. created us, because we were unworthy The length of the vat should depend It Is also In danger of being Injured of eternal life. Death, therefore, It upon tho number of sheep a man In various ways. It would be far bet- backed by the mandate of the Alkeeps on his place, as the longer the ter off left at tbe barn In a lot, or. mighty, and he caimot overthrow bis vat the greater the number of sheep If the weather Is bad, In a uox siau, own decision. which ran be dipped In a da)'. There v. here It can do Itself no harm. Tbe Scriptures assure us tbat the In considerable variation as to tbe arixr iho first day. the colt will sacrifice tbat Jesus offered (himself) cease to bo restless, and will become was a satisfaction, "ransom-price,- '' perfectly contented, as soon as us for the sins of the whole world. Tbey tell us tbat tbe heavenly father manimother It taken out of its sight. Ain nnrfsr this nlan. the mare will fested his approval ot the "ncrltlce work as well as usual, after the first when he granted the Pentecostal bless day or two, which would not be the ing, and that Jesus Is even now at tbe rase If the rolt were In tbe field where father's right band waiting (Hebrews she could keep It In sight most of tbe 10:12, 13) until the time shall come when tbe heathen and tho uttermost time. 11,.. Aral irrk. Of course. It Will parts ot the earth shall be given to be necessary to unhitch the mare in him, that he may establish his reign the middle of the forenoon anu again of righteousness, blessing the world in it, middle of the afternoon, and and releasing all the prisoners of aln take her to the barn and allow the and death. as f colt to suck, but this Is not Tho delay It not In any sense an In Inconvenient as having the colt in the dlcatlon of weakness, nor of any A Dipping Vat. field to get In the way, and to keep change In the dlvlno It program. ) mnthnr In a flutter of excitement. Is another width of vats found on different furros It will not be long before the colt can merely Indicates that there purpose and at a usual thing they are wider be left away from Its mother half a feature 'of tho Almighty's did than necessary. Then, too, the nar day at a time and then the raaro can which we Is not for a time discern. Tbe work to be a great one. Twenrower the vat tbe less the dip required be worked without any Inconvenience ty housand millions are to be dellv to fill It. A vat 20 Inches wide at the whatever. ered from death's prison house. And top and 8 Inches wide at the bottom tr ihrrn am two or more colts, put up Is a fair average as regards width, them In a lot together when their all of them will need Instruction, iltbough some very practical sheep mothers go to the fields, anu they win lifting, chastening, schooling, to pre-pare them for the divine blessing ot men construct their vats as narrow as be more contented. life everlasting. time for Instruc16 inches at the top and 6 Inches at necessity of hav tion and upliftingThe declared to be a When ihr la anv is the bottom when the vat Is 4 feet ing the brood maro away from home deep. The size of sheep kept on a all day, tbe colt should be haltered to thousand years. Tho power for the farm must, of course, be taken Into her side. If on tbe road there will Instruction Is the Messianic Kingdom the Kulcrs of which will be Messiah consideration. dancer of the colt running The dipping vat Illustrated Is lo- back, or up branch roads, or of fol and His Hrlde Joint heir with him In During the past ninebis kingdom. cated In the driveway of tbe hog lowing other mares. teen centuries God, by bis word and souse, and can be used for the dipmare Is a providences, has been calling and itnltnrinr the colt to the ping of sheep and young pigs. It Is particularly wise precaution when a drawing a "little flock" to Christ to fcullt entirely of concrete, the walls trip is to he maae to xown. or any- be his bride. of which are ( Inches In width with where railroads have tracks to St. Paul points us to the great de tbe exception of tho partition be- where tween the vat and dry chamber, r.hlch be crossed. liverer, tho glorified Meslsab, at tbe time when he shall tnke the kingdom baa a thickness ot 9 Inches. The end Stallion. of the vat Into which the hogs and under tho whole heavens and begin sheep aro plunged Is perpendicular Tbe thoroughbred stnlllon, Hying the fulfillment of tbe prayer he tnught while the opposite end Is provided Fox. Is dead. He cost M. Edmond us, "Thy kingdom come; thy will be with an Incline which Is quite deeply Wane, tbe noted French brreder, $190.-00- done on earth as in heaven." He tells creased to that the animal can walk but proved to be a profitable In- us ho must rctgn until he tball have out. The floor around the end of the vestment at that, owing to his success put all enemies under his feet "the vat from which the sheep emerge Is In the stud. last enemy that shall be destroyed Is mi graded that all drippings return Tbe death" (I. Corinthians 15:2C). to the vat. There are sewer connecmeaning is clear. Messiah's kingdom tions with this outfit, the valve ot will address itself promptly to tbe rec which Is located In the dry chamber. tification of ever) form of unright The end of the sewer pipe In the vat eousness, financial, political, social, reXTWN Ik provided with n grate and trap so ligious. Ho will rule the worla witn as to catch bits of wool and droppings a rod ot iron and every nation ntid which would otherwise clog the pipe. every system or element contrary to the divine standards ot rightoousness Kvr trouble Is rare In pigs. T MAKING A FENCE Constant care Is what develops the will be broken to shivers with his "Iron rod." Thus will righteousness pigs Into market toppers. Brick or Stone Sunk In Ground With An occasional feed of oats will be be established In the earth In tho midst of "a time of trouble such as Piece of Wire Attached Will valuable for tho brood sow. Prove Effective. Alfalfa Is a great feed for the brood never was since there was n nation By tbe close ot the thousand years sow In summer and winter. I have had no little amount of Two Utters ot pigs a jcar Is about ot Messiah's reign, his victory over trouble fencing against hogs, for what tbe best sows will do. Sin and Death will be complete. Every stretch the fence as tightly as I could, Don't expect to work your horses member of Adam's race will have been some old sow or pig would eventu sixteen hours a day Just because you lifted from the prison house of death. ully press the wire up between tho do. It will bo a prison bouse no longer, posts and let the whole bunch out, To produce milk a ewo must have for there will be no prisoners In It; says a writer In the Farm and Home, gdod food and an abundance of fresh mankind will have been lifted out of A year ago I tried tho following dewater. the clutches ot Sin and Death, weakvice for keeping my hogs from lifting The hog house should bn built on ness and depravity, by tho processes good ot restitution, resurrection, uplifting high ground so tbat It will have tho fence: Take a brick or small stone for a dralnuge. (Acts 111: Tho victory over sin weight and a piece of No. 9 wire long The feed for the mother ewe Is an will be complete. enough to fasten around tbe weight Important Item In securing growth In Then will be brought to pass the with three feet extending, and sink the Iamb. Divine prophecy, "O, death, where Is Silage Is to be one ot the great thy sting? O. grave, where Is thy the weight two and a half feet In the feeds of the corn belt In the not die victory!" (I. Corluthlana xv:55). tant future. Kvery member of Adam's race Is to When you are fattening hogs. It Is be delivered to him who redeems all. easy to make the mistake of giving A key Is a symbol of authority and too much rorn. The hog Is considered a dirty ant symbollzcB a legal power to open the mal, but no creature enjoys a clean, prison bouse and to releasa the prisoners Adamlc death has been a legal dry bed more than a hog. Kaflr corn alone Is said to make penalty upon our lace a Just penalty. large quantities ot excellent silage Hut, although, all shared tbe condem-nntloand weakness, God foresaw tbat very nrurly equal to corn slluge, If granted tbe opEnvironment has a greater effect some of tho Fence. on the lamb when It 1b young than portunity, would gladly return to loyalty to his laws. He has, therefore, ground directly under the bottom wire at any other period of Its career, and half way between the posts. Tamp The concensus of opinion among made provision through Jesus for the earth tlrmly over the weight and shepherds Is tbat the docking should every member ot the race, great and rethen bring tho bottom wire of tho be done when the Iamb la about two small, rich and poor. World-viddemption will be provided and worldfence down closely to the ground and weeks old. A balky horse Is mado so by a wide opportunity for the coming to a fasten It to the wire that Is on the weight. This holds the fence down cranky or cruet driver, and rnn rarely knowledge of the Truth and for being firmly to the yround and there II no be cured. Bo be very careful In break uplifted or resurrected will be afforded. The right r power to releaue Ing the colts. hoc that rail raise It up. When fattening hogs on cover they mankind from the power ot death and French Horse Breeders. should be fed corn only ones a day, from tbo prison bouse, of the tomb, livery year France spends 4,840,000 and tbat late In the evening, thus In sheol, hades, tbe grave. Is represented to eucournge horse breeders to main during them Jo eat as muct clover as by tbfc key Ic tbo bsnds of Messiah. possible. tain tba quality of tbelr horses 'i' twen-ty-flvu one-halHIgh-Prlce- d Resurredion rffQta fit pro 1 BEREA Plve Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE HSPIRIMG YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS What 7lrc Your Talents? What Arc Your Aims? Bcrca Has the Training That is Best For YOU. WHISKY DRINKER TO HIS SON Drinking Man Can Save His Own Children From Dangers Better Than Any Other Person. How ahotrii: a whisk drinker talk to his tan'' If he talked ns he feels, he would hold up the flut, brown bottle and say: "My boy, you know that am n poor man nnd have nothing to lenvo to you or your mother. "The difference between myself and successful men who bave passed me In this: "I hate gone through life with thin bottle In my hand or In my pocket. They have not." A man comes Into the world prepared to do his share of the world's work well or 111, as his brain and his physical Mungth may decide. Of nil his qualities the in out Important practically Is balance. Tho whlrky In that bottle destroys balance, both mental and physical. It substitutes dreaming and foolish lor real effort. It presents all of life's problems and duties In n false light. It makes those things seem unimportant which are most Important. It dulls the conxelunce, which alone can make men do their duty, In splto of tcmptntlon, and struggle on to success In spite of exhaustion. Keep away from this bottle, and Keep away from those who praise It. He who hands It to his fellow man Is a criminal, and he who hands It to a young man Is a worse criminal and a villain. "It Is impoitHlble but that offenses will come, but woe unto him, through whom they come." St. Luke 27:1. It Is a well established fact that In the iimal order of events drunkenness would he handed down from father to son, and hundreds of thousands of families would be ultimately wiped out by whisky. It Is not true, fortunately, that tho son of a drunkard actually Inherits drunkenness fully developed. Hut a drunkard gives to his son weakened nerves and a diminished will power, which tends to make him a drunkard more easily than his father was made a drunkard before him. The great safeguard of a drunkard's Are you not far advanced? Then cuter tho FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Here you will bo placed with others llko yourself, under n special teacher, and make most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and the common branches and be ready to uao them. You will havn singing, drawing, farm Ono year in tbo Founand household management, and freo dation School costs less time, $30 and Is worth 11,000. Aro you aiming to be a teacher? Then Join tho NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Hero yon will be so trained that you will fear no examination, and you will ho taught how to. teach. The demand for Ilcrr-- trained teachers far exceeds the supply. Are you Interested In earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Marsh, Dean. Home Science. Mountain Agriculture. Nursing. Woodwork and Carpentry. Printing and Business Course, Etc. Hero you soon double your earning power, nnd lenrn to enjoy doing things In a superior manner. Are you desiring the next best thing to a College Course? Then take two years or three years In the Dean. Two GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Matheny, years, or three years, In such pnietleal studies as will fit you for an honorable and useful life. You select your studios from such as these: Physiology the science of health; Civics the science of government; Grammar ; Kthlcs tho science of right the art of correct speech and and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence; Ilotany necessary for the doctor and interesting to every lady; Physics tbe science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc. Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start In tho BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Matheny, Dean, llest training In Mathematics, Languages. Science and History. The Academy has Its own and Men's Dormitory, and a large body of students of high character and ability, able instructors, and use of College Library and apparatus. text-bookBook-Bindinletter-writingclass-rooms Berea College The College Itself stands apart from all the other schools under Its and has long maintained the highest standards known In the South. To conform to tho Carnegie standards we have diminished our former requirements! Required and elective rtiidica with opportunity to concentrate in particular lines. Largest college Unary in Kentucky. laboratories equipped for student practice. Course leading to the degrees of A. U., B. S.. II. I,., and 11. Ped. MUSIC (Singing Free). Heed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory, Hand, may be taken for special fees In connection with work In any of tbe 1 above schools. Questions Answered Berea, Friend of Working Students. Berea College, with Its affiliated institution. It requires certain fees, but schools. Is not a money-makinit expends many thousands of dollars each yoar for- the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at low cut cost, and arranging for students, to earn and save In every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation ot tbe youiu: people. Our students come from the best families aud are earnest to do well nnd Improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents In Uerca live In College buildings, and assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to tho value of their 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-i-s tbe best, but as students must attend classes rcgardleea of tbo weather, warm wraps g children undoubtedly lies In the warning which they tee every day In their borne and In the earnest advice which the man who drinks will give to all young people . If he have any con- science left. It ihe man who drinks would savo his own children from the same danger he can do so better than any other. He need not lose their respect by telling them of his own mistakes, If these mistakes have been bidden from them. Let him simply tell thera without personal reference what ho knowc about whisky, Its effects on a man's happiness, success, and physical comfort. Whisky gives n great many things of men negative gifts most of them. Of theBe gifts here are a few. Lack of friends, lack of will, lack ot lack of nervous forces lack of everything save the hideous craving' that can end only with unconsciousness, and thnt begins ngaln with Increased suffering when conself-respe- sciousness lb LiveStoc With tbo fear of whisky, there should be Impressed upon children sympathy and sorrow for the unfortu- restored. nate the dYunl.'nrd. Notes m HOG-TIGH- - the ablest men, and one of earnest In America, said to his friend very recently: "1 never drink, ns ou know. Hut when I see n man lying drunk In the gutter, I know that he has probably made that very day a harder effort at a nobler struggle to control himself, than I ever made In my life, lie has yielded nnd fallen at last, hut only becnuse all of his strength Is Insufficient to overcome the dlsent-that possesses htm." Teach your children that drunkenness is a horrible dtKT.se, us bad aa leprosy. Teach them that it can be avoided; that the disenbc la contracted In youth through carelesness, and that it Ih spread by those who en, courage drinking in others. Tell them tbat the avoiding of whisky Is not merely a uuertlon of morals or obedience to imrrnts, but a question Involving mental and physical salvation, success in life, htpplrcse and the respect ot others. One-o- moRt and underclothing, umbrellaa and overshoes are necessary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and V other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing ot bedding and towels. For tnble board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week. In the fall, and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 tc CO cents for each ierson. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This in paid but once, and Is returned when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students, pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction is a free gift). The lnoldcntal Fee for most students is $5.00 a term, $0.00 In Academy and Normal, and- - $7.00 In Collegiate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by the term, bourd by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM Vocational Academy uud Foundation uud Normal. Sehixd. $ 5.00 l Incidental Fee Boom Hoard. 7 $ tl.OO . College. $ 7.00 7.00 9.45 $23.45 9.45 $32.90 $32.40 $ 7.00 weeks 9.45 $20 05 9.45 $29.5(1 1.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.9u Amount due Sept. 13, 1911 Hoard 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911 ' ' Total for term If paid In advance WINTER TERM '. '$29.00 $ . J31.40 $ 9.00 Incidental Fee Hoom Hoard, 0 weeks Amount due Jan. 3, 1912 Xioerd 6 weeks, due Feb. 14, 1912 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 31.70 7.00 5 $20.0t 9.00 $29.00 S8 50 $ ' $Z2".20 9.00 $31.20 530.70 $ 1 Total for term If paid In advance SPRING TERM Alcoholized Nations. Scnmilniivla It, gradually beginning to recover the political prestige which tbo' foretut here ot the modern Swedes claimed tr nearly 300 years, culminating duilng the Thirty Years' war, when the .iclorUs of Gustavus s decided the lute of northern Adol-phu- Incidental Fee Koom 0 "" ilfi.75 . Beard. 5 weeks Amount due March 27. 1912 Hoard o week?, due May 1, 1912... 0.75 $22.50 $17.75 0.75 $1S.75 6.75 $25.50 2S.0O e. r. Hog-Tig- r!. century after the battle of Lutzen, Sweden vai still a mutch lor any comer but Mom that time tbe star ot her idory Legan to decline, and fact thnt tbo eru It is a A onln-clde- Total for term If paid In advance '. J24.50 $24.00 ' ttr.OO of tbo m'tt complete eclipse s with tse period when the ivaxl-muof Intemperance via represented Plan Now, Gome September I3th young man or joung woinun ran ytt an education at Any Berea if there la the will to do so. 1. Is a great advantage to start In the Fnll and have a full year of study. Many young people waste time in the public schools golni; over and over tho name things, when they might be Improving much fastei by coming to Ilerea and starting In on new studies with some of tho besl nd Btuten. youug men and women from other couutlet Make your plan to come September 13th. For Information or friendly advlio wr.te to tbe Secrttary. able-bodie- by tbe monstrous total of 52,000 distilleries to a population ot less 4,000,-00Tbe Uotbenberg asysteni Is at best a comprorvlre, bul Its union with numerous active) temperance societies has; after alt, begun to regenerate a nation wblcb, like tbe Indian of Hudson Hay territory, was for a time exposed to the peril of actually perish ng In u delugv of alcohol. Will 6. Gamble, bereh, ky. Papc Eight. X THE CITIZEN. Gap visited W. 1). Lake, Sunday night Miss Lula Howard returned from her homo In Jackson County to tho o homo of Isaac Johnson. A wagon J load of people, both young nnd old, X o went from hero to Harts cliapcl Sun X day evening, to hear tho Hev. Mr. o X Ltinsford preach. o o X June aa, 1911. there must nwally tic present a lack or resistance, either general or locnl, before germs rnn give rlso to d licet?, In sotno ensrs n tendency to colds In tho expression of n constitutional condition, such as gout rhcumntlsm, neurasthenia, etc. Theio conditions should always lie sought for nnd property treated If present. Locnl lack of resistance may bo rnused by the nnsnl obstruction nnd Irritation I hare nlready referred to, nnd their correction li necrcunry before permanent relief from cnldi can bo ob- HonoonooononoKOononononoooKOHOKonononotononotojl I o X o X o X o X o t East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Ho It Home Course In fortupeideaet psfcllihta ttUtt liwd tn fell tjr tit wtlttt tint Dit lor publication, bat i is tvldeace o( tvod (ltb, Wtlte pUlnly, lit Health Culture XI. Hygiene of the Nose II A UTS OKOKOItOKOItOltOttOKOVtOXOItOltOKOoXOMOMOtlOkOilOkOitOilOMOMOMOM , neo. Hev. T. I McCrackon and Throat JACKSON COUNTY ",lel nl appointment nt Letter Vox, ninii iiiittom urday " Sunday. A largo crod much By EUGENE L. FISK. M. 0. Clover Bottom. Juno 19.-- Thc tained. n8 blh acrvlces.-M- rs. needed rnln has come nt last and is Dangtri of Pampering- Copyright. 1510. by American Prets J "ry Corn,,lua lin very Association. reviving crops conslderably.-W- m. Overdressing for cold weather and ck ,t,,ls woek.-l'- heo Illll.ird and overheated living room nro often reHurst was on the sick list last Sat- - f 8ls,cr""ended church nt urday.-L- ucy Dean had somcthlnK llko h'f O the artist or sculptor the nose sponsible for frcuuciit colds. Medium th 8 f,1"00' Sunday -Mr. tlrunt Arn-e- d Is nn Architectural affair, add- weight underwear should lo worn nnd a fit last Saturday evening which AtsLnliIrr Count'' wns n ing beauty and distinction to the outer clothing adapted to chnnges over three hours, but she Is some day school nt 2 o'clock. Evorybody In the weather. This does not mean Llck- - Sundar-Ito- r. James Cunagln the countennnco accordingly better now.-- A. C. Blcknoli has gono como and help us. that we should leave off overcoat tn tw pInce- fd.y of peoplo from hcio Quite a number as It conforms to his Ideals of lino and I the winter tlmo nnd bo uncomfortably Indiana, to work- Ir'enll0t.at to Cornersvlllc, attended church Bht-T- ho Holiness people at this harmony, Jack Cruse, who haa been sick for .B chilly In nu endeavor to hnrden the services nt Scaffold Cano, Sunday. ac( ,'oU1 sorvlce(8 thclr, now Miss Pearl McClure, gavo tho young To tho average man tho noso Is aim-pl- system. Old peoplo especially should a year Is about llko ho has been for P "uuui.jr dumb, fhn la.t mnnlhnntB nnil ernsB nro tho organ of smell nnd an appa- dress for comfort In cold weather, but HON, C, S, WILSON popclo n singing service, Monday ratus through whhh he breathes nnd comfort can Ik? hnil without wearing ruined by tho drought, but corn Is ROCKCASTLE COUNTY night, In order to learn the songs In henvy mufflers nround tho neck and looking well. our new song books. llert Ilnmscy, Candidate for Clerk of Court of occasionally catches cold. vai.mi: To the physician tho noso Is ono of henvy fur gnrments In ordlnnry winter Appeals. Wlldlc, Juno 19 Miss Mnno Man-ou- s who had n saw mill here, is moving nuoii. the most Important organs of the body. weather. Is very sick. Mr. and Sirs. Gilto Clear Creek. Hoy Gadd went Hugh, Juno 19. We had n very Valu of Dsthlng. A few weeks ago wo spoko In our When In n healthy condition It is n nlco shower hero Saturday night bert Dally of Conwuy visited friends to Hamilton, Ohio, Sunday. J. J'. The morning cold bnth veritable "gunrdlnu of the threshold." mensuro for cultivating a Is n valuable everybody's heart glad. hero Sunday. Mr. Ely Coffey U Hawkins nnd wife visited. Mr. J. J. news columns of tho possible caiiill-OacMhlch ruado resistance to warning us ngnlnst tainted food, sift- - colds. This should be of Mr. C. S. Wilson for tho Ho Tho dry weather has ruined oats very low nnd Is not expected to live Hamilton of Scaffold Cane, Saturday taken In n warm lug our air nnd destrorln mlemlics of publican nomination for Clerk of thbut a short time. Ho Is S7 years of night. Mr. nnd Mrs. Barclay of Hed In this vicinity. Mr. and Mn. Car' iMiim-in urn i disease, protecting the delicate throat' be should stand In n tub of hot ruuiifti wnter los Mooro of Paint Lick visited their ago. Miss SamnntMa FUh has return- Houso visited T. J. Lake, Wednes- Court of Appeals, Mr. Wilson has now dcilnltcly nnd lung tissue from cold, dusty air and sKngD or sprny the body with parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hudson ed to her homo nt this place after an day nnd Thursday. Luther Kindred by filtering, warming and moistening water sufficiently cold to cause an become, u candidate. to extended visit with friends In Beren. vas at this place, Sundny evening. last Saturday night and Sunday. For tho benefit of our renders no It and finally exerting a most Impor - "Kreenble glow or reaction after the James Proctor, son of Mr. and .Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. VanWInklo atTho lightening killed two lino mares tant Influence In regulatlnc tho bodv ant M,ock- - l,,,t no ""'I enough to belonging to Mr. Peto Powell, last Z. T. Proctor, Is very low with th.it tended church services at Pilot Knob, will say that ho may bo remembered cause bltleness of the skin or chilli Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. owful disease, consumption. Mr. nnd Sunday. Mrs. M. T. Baker, who has as tho author or articles published heat. ness and depression following tho Importance of Proptr Breathing. s better. Mrs. W. B. Lnk! In Tho Citizen on tho need of Bengo of Happy Hollow visited their Mrs. Sam Graves of Livingston visit been sick, bath. Untitling vigorously with n tho state. And furthi", Tho nose Is a very complicated and coarse towel will hasten tho reaction parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Ai - ied friends horo from Sunday until attended Sunday School at this place. that ho Is a native, of Whitley CounImportnnt apparatus, and any dis- and Improve the circulation. When bill, at Hatcher's Hun, Friday. There Monday. Mr. Auzo Coffey of Eureka, Sundny evening. ty, wns for fourteen yeais a tencher turbance of lis functions, if nllowcd the cold bnth ennnot bo borne, cool Kansas, Is visiting his father, Mr. Ely wero seven Holiness people baptiztu tho public schools of Eastern Ken to persist. Is likely to have serious ef- sponging of neck nnd chest will prove ed at Hansley Kork, Sunday. Mr. H. Coffey. Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. beneflclnl and protective. fects. tucky, four yenrs County SuperintenKeynolds, a fine boy, on tho ltth. tho Bengo of Happy Hollow was The most frequent catiso of nasal dent of his county und at the tlnei Importance of Ventilation. guest of Tom Azblll, Saturday night. Mother and babo are doing well. tho present statu officials ero chut-d- , obstruction Is the growth of adenoid THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS The sleeping room should bo well CLIMAX Miss Graco and Mr. Hugh Parks chairman of tho Whitley County ventilated, but the slcccr should tx ns Climax, Juno 19. Crops and visited at the home of James Click, protected from drafts. republican Committee. He has taken The temlook bad and grass is short hpre Saturday. Geo. Bengo killed a largo The Buaixjs of Silting Out. perature of tho living room should tin active part for tho Republican In on account of dry weather. Mrs. copperhead near tho old spring never rise above 70 degrees P.; M to party slnco ho becamo a voter and tho mother of Mrs. Hardin Happy Hollow, last week. There will By LOUIS IIAMMAN, IS. EX. S degrees Is the safest point. Dryono of tho bett campaign speakers a memorial service here at this Moore, died nt .Mr. Moore's home lo Ton must address yourself to ness of the air should be nvolded by In tho mountains. Inthe 14th. Her remains wero taken to place next Sunday. Everybody Is the task of sitting outdoors day supplying moisture. A pan of water tho family burying grouds near placed on the stove or cloths satuafter day most faithfully. Yon vited to come, and onjoy it. must mako it your constant ocrated with water and placed near radiJackson, Breathitt. All mourned tho PltlVKTT Lad been shot in tho forehead and cupation and stick to it as ators will answer the purpose If Prlvett, June 17. Oats are loo';- - j ,oss of tho ld tody but we hopo to thcro was no clua to tho murderer, in though you were paid money for there Is no furnace with a water reseruieet ner ,n tlle happy beyond f.ir log bad on account of dry weather. voir attached. lb69, or 23 years aftor finding tho it If you do not get the Idea no was a "0 Christian lady nnd Mrs. Louis Ward Is very ill at this Avoid dust and dampness in the body, tho writer rcDorts that, ho of continuous rest firmly set tn u y Mrs. Moore haa writing. Dr. HornBby of Burning waa loved bouse. your mind you will not succeed. I traveling in Scott County, Missouii, to attend the funeral and burial Springs was in our vicinity last week 6no Avoid heavy upholstery, curtain By rest I mean lying down tn a und thcro put up at a village tavern hangings, cnrets. etc.. which only bed or chair in the fresh air. nnd operated on little Davo Farmer 'services of her mother. John Mc kept by a man named Jackson. Tho serve to gather dust nnd germs. Yon are not to spend any Jme for tonsllltls. There was a Sunday cracken of McCracken was In Clilady of tho houso apologized for tho Stained or polished floors, rugs and in a closed room except when School picnic at the Smith School max this evening on business. Jas. poor accommodations sho would bo light washable curtains aro far more bathing or dressing or eating. houso last Thursday. A largo crowd Sexton mado a business trip to Wsl-dinblo to givo him owing to tho fact healthful. Rest all the time. Take no exeryesterday. Homer Thlllpps passvas present and all seemed to hare that her husband was seriously sick. cise or work until your doctor Toilet of Note and Throat. ed thru Climax from. Goochland enjoyed tho day very much. Mrs. About eleven o'clock at night thi tells you no walking, no standGreat caution must bo exercised In to Wlldle. Isaac Hector returnMary.Spurlock is very ill with brontraveler was called to tho room of ing, no rambling, no riding, no interfering with the natural processOMR chitis. Messrs. Luther and Isaac ed home last Saturday from Berva, tho sick man, who had Karned tha: in KOS ISOIUIANSor TUB MOST IHNfr es In the nose, Frequent douching driving, no housework, no office TANT Or Til 0O1IT. Bowles wero visiting In tho lowr where he had been for several days he was from a distance and who was chores, no trips, no viswork, no and spraying with antiseptic solutions undergoing an operation. He had a wid of the county from Friday unthought by his wife to tw out of hU tissue In the roof of the throat Just is often very irritating and Injurious. its, no knocking about, no odd piece of steel taken out of his body behind the nasal septum. This not In some old standing rases of catarrh jobs, no exertion of nny kind. til Sunday. Misses Annie and Alio? head. It seems that ho had for Put yourself nt rest In the open Van Ark", Dosa Kerkhof and Annie near tho stomach. The Doctors Cortho first time told her that ho had only obstructs the nnwtl opening Into tho nnsal douche Is necessary, but lt the throat, but Interferes with the air after breakfast and stay VanDyke from Holland, Michigan, aro nelius did tho work and Mr. Rector committed an awful crime back n proer growth of the septum and use should lie directed by a physician. there. Do not be forever Jumpvisiting tho Kov. and Mrs. DoYoimg is getting along ulceiy. Tho Johnetta Kentucky and sho did not believe cauics n deformity, "deviation of the The careless use of the doucho may ing up and doing little things lend to Infection of the ear. When n lilm. Tho purpose of his calling th at Gray Hawk. Mrs. Canada Sparks coal mines are now in operation again.' septum." which Is not apparent ex cleansing sprny or douche Is necesabout the house or fetching and Floyd Peters lost a good horso a stranger was to Inquire whero he ternnlly. but often seriously obstructs sary, , of McKee was visiting her daughter, carrying Every morning sit the following should be employ was from, he wishing. It seems, t Mrs. Davo Carr, lost week. Mr. and few days ago. the nasal passages In later life. This ed tn preference to strong antlsep'.lc out; every afternoon sit out; see somo ono from Kentucky, who adenoid tissue Is very common, even solutions or advertised catarrh cures: Mrs. DoYoung gave a social last every evening after supper sit MADISON COUNTY l.new of the killing of the young among healthy children, and tends to Tuesday night. There was a nice To n pint of wnrm water add one out or lie In your outdoor bed. KlNflSTON shrink up nnd disappear when the teaspoonful of a powder composed of nan, to whom he could mako crowd present, all enjoyed the games Kingston, June 19. Mr. Lewis Ills first inquiry was as to cavity of the throat rnpldly enlarges equal parts of sodium bicarbonate, soand music very much. Potts or Whites Station and Miss the deform, vhether tho stranger had ever heard at the age of puberty, butenn only lie dium bllKirnte nnd sodium chloride. CAItICO Minerv Soper of MobeHy. spent Sun cd septum remains nnd This mny be ucd warm In an atoor biias lowland, and after ha In I Carlco, Juno 17. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. day with Mr. and .Mrs. Whit Moodv. ESTILL COUNTY corrected by operation. mizer when the .nose Is dry nnd cruslearned that ho had known him, ho Summers attended church at Letter V.(lt:ilsVILI.K The folly of allowing adenoids to reMr. and Mrs. Alex Azblll sjient proceeded to tell thn growsomu story main until they atrophy and disappear ty or clogged with soot nnd dust. Box, last Sunday. The drought was part of last week in Cincinnati, C. WagerBvllle, 19. Wo June nro In blowing the nose, that It was ho that killed the young Is quite nppnrent. Not only Is the a douche or sprny hns especially after r broken today by a good rain. Dm. used, close Miss Ora Flaneiy spent uayln 1'ienty of rain now. Mosu-man Barlow and that he did It lie child's breathing capacity and chest one nostril and blow tieen moderate Ball failed to fill his appointment last last with nlroln Hardy is btlll very sick D. week with her narents. development retnrded. but remote 111 force through tho Tuesday night at old Union church Arch and Laura Murray and Suda c " wra was tho guest of his cause Barlow wbb engaged to Miss Cot other. The usunl effects reaching Into Inter life often mctod of pnrtlnlly closing both nostrils houso. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Allen Powell attended prayer meeting ser brother, K. J. Wagers, Sunday. Leo whom ho loved and who had reject supervene If the child is fortunate wero visiting relatives on Laurel vices nt Mote. Thursday nleht. nard Wagers was tho pleasant guest ed him, having a preference for Bar- - enough to survive the perils of fre- and forcibly blowing often causes Inlow. Ho stated that aftr the killfectious matter to be blown Into tho Fork from Friday till Sunday. Undo Several young people wero delight- of Joe Wagers, Sunday. Miss Ienn lug of Barlow he did not renew his quent colds, bronchitis nnd consump- cars. After using a nnsnl douche exIs no better. Mrs, Billy Adklnson tion. It should be remembered that posure Flynn spent Sunday with Miss Myrfully entertained at the home of Mr. to the nen nlr should be avoid to Miss Cox for nearly a If the nose is obstructed by adenoids, Leatba Tussey Is improving very .Murk Flanery, Tuesday night. Th-- y tle Alcorn. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Waf- attentions year nnd that sho then told him a deformed septum or enlarged turbi- ed for nt lenst half an hour, as the slowly. Mrs. Lucy Evans was visit were as follows: Messrs. nose hns been deprived of Its protecEdward Co- ers attended the burial of Mr. Robt. ing her daughter, Mrs. J. F. Roberts, chran, KItt Parks, Tom Ballard, Land on Red Lick, Friday. Mru. tho could never love him as sho had nated IkxIIcs mouth breathing results, tive mucus and time Is necessary for loved Barlow but If ho would marry and the air Is not procrly warmed Inst Saturday and Sunday. Bom to Green Powell, Chester Parks, Skid Lewis Fowler, Jr., who has been very ner wuu that understanding they and llltered before renchlng the throat the munis to reform. If an oil spray Mr. Dan Angel and wife, a fine boy Bowman, Mlss-following the douche this preJessie Young; Suda rick with typhoid, Is able to l.e would wed and lungs. Such obstructions arc rc-- Is used Born to Mr. Wm. Baker and wife, Powell, Rhoda Bowman and Lydla out again. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. sionslble for a vast number of throat caution Is not ncecsary. To cscapo tho thought of his crime When the noMrila nro Irritated or a fino girl. Singing school is pro nnd lung troubles. ioung. Mrs. John Powell and her Kelloy were in Irvine ono day la.t as nearly as jioshlblu ho had moved Inflamed from discharges, nnd especialgressing nicely. Tho infant child daughters were tha guests of Mr, week. Danger of Ear Disease. to Missouri and had kept his secret ly if there Is any ulceration, tho ordiof Mr. John Jones is very sick nt L. C. Powell of Big Hill, Friday. The eustachian tube, lending from nary ollk-ln- l ointment of tho yellow until that evening when death faced present. Mrs. Ellen Allen and Mrs Miss Ethel Azblll of Richmond spent opens Just behind the oxide of mercury Is nn excellent n OLD TRAGEDY RECALLED him nnd his conscience goaded him the middle ear, Lucy A. Evans wero tho welcome outer margin of the nasal opening Into for use. It may be diluted with lart of this week with her uncle, leyond endurance guests of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac lilmus, Mr. Alex Azblll. Dr. Cook Is very the throat. These orifices are often an equnl part of vaseline. This prep Mr. pressed upon by adenoid tissues, nnd aratlon Is ehenHr nnd snfer'than ad Saturday. Messis. S. H. Roberts and sick at this writing. Mrs. Roy Hud green, Jacob Lakes, iormerly of EverJackson County has handed to proper veutllatlon nnd drainage of the vertised salves or nostrums. Orbln Smith made a business trip son of Bear Wallow spent Wednesday, 1'ho Citizen a clipping from the Even-intubes aro prevented. This leads to deaf Absorption of poisonous matter from to Livingston, Thursday. vlth her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J ness ami sometimes to abscesses of the the Intestines, due to constipation. Is n Times which bears tho marks of OKAY HAWK C. Powell. .Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Parks considerable age, giving In wlerd fash-Io- n ear and brain. frequent cause of nnsal congestion. Gray Hawk, June 1C We had a of Cincinnati, O., wero tho guests The from the story of a tragedy which is I offer for sale privatelymy tho nose so frequentlydischarge when Care of the bowels Is extremely frapor-tan-t present Eood rain on the night of tho 15th, of Mr. Curt Parks, last week. Miss Hlleged tn havo occurred In October as n preventive measure. adenoids exist Is also likely to Infect Tho oat crop is a failure here on Grace Roberts of Mote was the guy-i- t 3S4C on the Big Hill road about thrco Treatment of a Cold. tho eustachian tubes, with similar re account of tho dry weather. There of her sister, Mrs. Suda Clark, tho miles beyond tho top nt tho hill. Tho possibilities In a common cold sults. wasn't a good rain hero through tho first of the week. MORE OR LESS Tho story in brief is as follows: If the noso nnd throat have not been aro such Hint the wisest course is to months of May and June, till last A traveler is on his way from Situated l miles from Silver Creek properly cared for In childhood and call a physician nnd be regularly treatMLVKH CIIKKK night. Corn looks woll and Is In Silver Crock, Juno 19. Crops and Jcxlngton to Mt. Vernon. Ho spends btation. 3 miles from Kirltsvillc. deformity of the septum or obstruction ed. Quack remedies arc dangerous. excellent shape, but the grass Is not gardens are looking fino slnco the the night with Silas Ncwland Juit ana mues irom Kichmond. that the brain Is In close refrom other causes exists expert advice a half crop except in swamp land rains in this vicinity. Miss Tato and this side of Big Hill in Madison Co. should be sought and proper nasal lationship with the noso and its accesThis Farn is Well Improved sory cavities and that Inflammation breathing restored, if possible. where it Is fino. Mr. Jimmy Huff Miss Albright of Brodhend are visit- On the following morning going on The tonsils aro now regarded as use and Infection of these cavities, if not bad a fino cow dlo ono day this ing the Mlssos Johnson of this placo. his way ho finds tho body of a stal- and has on it a less and often dangerous structures. recognized in time, may lead to abscess. week. Mrs. Louisa Tincher Is visitNice 8 Room House, Mr. T. II. Tlco has moved to Ho- - wart man in the road at the placo They should be removed, as a rule. "Cold cures" often mask the symptoms ing her children. Mr. Jas. L. Tin- tea and Mr. Ben Foley has movod to abovo named. He Is in doubt what when adenoids are taken out and espe without curing the disease. Heavy Good Barn, cher of Garrard County Is visiting tho placo vacated by .Mr. Tico and to do but finally builds a rail i cially when there Is a history of fre doses of whisky and quinine often do All Necessary Outbuildings, Mr. J ,B. Bingham this week, and re- Is selling goods at tho old around tho corpse to protect it and quent sore threat or tonsllltls. En moro harm than good. stand. goes back to Kcwland's. Mr. New- ports that crops are looking fino in There has been quite a bit of larged tonsils re naturally irritating In emergencies when a physician Is Good Orchard. sick Garrard County. James Robinson ness In this neighborhood but all land with Bovcral neighbors accom and obstructive, but often not so dan- not within call the following measures All but 40 acres of the farm is gerous as smaller adherent or submerg will often check a cold: of Garrard County passed through nro roported much better. Miss Al- pany him to tho sceuo of the tragedy town on the look out for nice fat ice Eversolo of White Hall Is visit and there find the dead man to bo in grass. For further particulars ed tonsils, which collect germs nnd In First A mustard foot bath as hot fectious mnttcr. It is now believed as can bo borne, tasting twenty to thirphone sheep. ing relativos here. Miss ivy Ander a neighbor by tho namo of Jeff Bar write or that such tonsils nro often responsible ty minutes, the body being enveloped J. T. JONES, son has returned homo from an ex- low who Is said to bo engaged to a PARIIOT for attacks of rheumatic fever, and a in blankets to Induce a profuse peryoung lady of tho neighborhood by Parrot, June 17. The drought In tended visit with friends at Winches-to- r. R. F. D. 2. Richmond. If history of such trouble should always spiration, lint lemonado, hot flaxseed the name of Nancy Cox. Tha man Phone g 2. this part still continues and is doing rail for removal of the tonsils, whether tea or ten to thirty drops of spirits of Misses Katherlno and Daisy great damage to corn and vegetables. Lako of Harts aro visiting their or not they have shown any evidence camphor In n glass of hot water will of disease The funerals of Dave, Nevada and brother, W. B. Lako, at Silver Creek. assist the action of the bath. Prevention of "Colds." Casper Hundley, children of Mr. J. Second. A brisk cathartic, as castor Quito a number of peoplo from The most serious diseases of the oil, calomel, etc. II. Hundley, wero preached at this here attended church services at Big throat and lungs. Including consumpThird. The neck and chest should place, Sunday, by Rev. J. Blackburn. Hill, Friday night. Hallet Johnson Tombstones and Corner for lots coll upon tion, often have their Inception In a be rubbed with camphorated oil or A large crowd was present Mr. Jas. from Paint Lick visited homo folks, common colUt liquid mustard plaster. MR. J. M. DAY Davidson is working on bis boundry Saturday and Sunday. Messrs. Lu- while nearly all diseases of the air Further thnn this the treatment of a JtA.y. Is my Agent. of timber, which ho purchased some ther and Mllred Kindred of Narrow passages are directly caused by germs. cold Is In the province of a physician. !tlnl n P0"1 "". la-a- - Illk Hnrts, Juno 12. TUo peoplo In this vicinity wero proud to seo the good rnln which fell Sunday night, Tin members of tho Christian church nro planning to build n new church houso us soon as tho location Is decided on, which wo hopo will succeed Thcro will bo preaching services held at Harts' chapel, Sundny evening at 3 o'clock, by Ilro. Lunsford, also Sun T .- y - I i J I ga.-Ce- Kel-tor- 1 J e, te i n. s prei-nratlo- g FOR SALE - mtico-purulc- Farm of 220 Acres, er 217-rin- ' FOR FINE MONUMENTS Posts -- S. McGuire, DCrea, 1