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Fire cents a copy. the . citizen KENTUQYJl!NE 20, 1911 -- Kaowledfe i fewer aa4 Um way to keep tip with meton knowledge k to read a goad newspaper. DEREA. MADISON COUNTY, One Dollar a year. No. 53 WH E R E VER YOU GO ' i WE INVITE YOUR ATTENTION To the Following Rimom For Yon to do Business at Thk Bank Because; It Is a strong, safe Institution. Because; Its Officers and Directors are among the ssfest 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 large or small. Because; systematic saving pays. A deposit account encourages saving. This bank receives deposits from 81.00, up. Because; Its dealings with ALL CUSTOMERS ARE ALWAYS CONFIDENTIAL, and It Is alwsys 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, bellevingthat 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 and go away in any of our Hart, Schaffner N C& Marx Hi THE SPIRIT OF OUR SIRES Who honors most the nation's natal day? Not he who cracks our ears with noisy clamor, Not he who talks, with nothing much to say, Assaulting highest heaven and the grammar, liut he who strives this hour to make men free, Who fights the wrong as did his sires before him. s Each age has its own crisis. They And made the nation and the world their debtors. They started a new age. Are we, their heirs, Content to bandy words and praise our betters? Have we inherited alone their names And not their love of freedom and their spirit? Shame on our praiscsl Liberty proclaims Her call for men. Axe we too dull to hear it? J. A. Edgerton. met-their- Suits, you'll be in style ony- where on earth where well dressed men are. 1. 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. :: :: :: Berea Bank & Trust Co. A. Isaacs, Pres. OFFICERS s. J. W. Stephens, Vice-Pre- John F. Dean, Cashier "AUNT JENNY" MORRIS CELEBRATES 90TH BIRTHDAY Offspring .Now Numbers 645 of Whom 520 Are Living. 2G 7 Ro. NEWS BEREA, KENTUCKY 0FTHE WEEK IN OUR In Tenne-se-e R COYLE FOURTH BECOMING SANE. For a number of years there has been much in the public prints about a Safe and Sane Fourth and it would seem that that ideal may soon be realized, for city after city is falling into line with rigid ordinances entirely prohibiting or regulating the use of fireworks. In 1003 there were 400 deaths from accidents resulting from the use of fire works on the Fourth, but in 1010 the number had decreased to 131. This year it will possibly be still less, and ought, of course, to be nothing, but the entire elimination of these awful casualties is not to be expected till thepublicconsciencehas a still further awakening. The greatest city in the land, New York, and its sister, Jersey City, are still unaroused, the former last year contributing 0 to the death list and to the list of injured, 120. And along with the passing of the orgies of the old order of celebrating noise, fire, death and the groans of the injured for life there is the dawn of a real appreciation of the day. It is the nation's birthday the birthday of liberty and its most fitting celebration is in terms of the blessings it secured and not of the horrors accompanying it. It is a day for the comparison of tasks, the comparison of patriotism, the comparison of manhood. Every citizen of the union who sees the dawning of July 4tb, 1011, ought to put the problems of his state and the nation into the balances of 1770 to see if there is not something yet to be done; end then he ought not to suffer himself to be outdone either in patriotism or manhood. Will be not strive to And will he not make the comparison? show himself as true to bis day as his fathers did to theirs? Liberty out weighed life in their estimation; liberty ought to' be worth living for in his. It was secured by bullits by them; it is to be maintained by his vote. His is the greater, tho harder problem. His task requires a greater patriotism, a truer manhood. It was easier for them to shoot straight than it is for him to vote right. Let the voter look to his laurels. The Fourth is the day above all days for his conscration to his task, and Kentucky needs this year the most painstaking use of his stencil. jm STATE From "Mountaineer" to "Herald" Plnehot Vindicated Chaos The Maine Keep Her Secret The Exodus of Paynter Little In -- Both Houses Democratic Root's terest In Democratic Primary Riders Fall President out to Win. Warning to Both Parties. I'INCHOT VINDICATED In its lssuo of Nov. 18, 1909, Tho Citizen, under tho heading, Wonderful Record, published a summary of the descendants of Aunt Jenny Morris of Sand Gap. She had thon celebrated her 88th birthday, and her offspring numbered 579, of whom 467 were then living. Now, after two years, wo are glad to glvo space to this remarkable mother, recording her 90th birthday, and gtying a new summary of her descendants, corrected to date. They number, as will be seen below, 615 Grandchildren Bcttlo Morris, Sand Gap Kennada Morris, Colyer His children Grandchildren Great grandchildren Mary J. Isaacs Her children Grandchildren Fannie Morris Lyda Morris Margaret C. Johnson, New Boston, Mo. 1 1 , 7 12 1 , 10 "6 t 3'".' ' 4,1 i 3 7 1. 10 9 1 10 2 vlth 620 living. . The now Secretary of the Interior, Walter Fisher, who succeeded Mr. EaJUager Issued aa order, Monday, iStulttwtnv ( hn Pttnnlnffham Alaiikli oAat Luila aSalma. Hipr la no fitment fresruo aeparune&t-- s ruling, anathd thing for which Plncbol and Ulatw fought and which lea to their dismissal has been accomplished mbibiu millions iiuvo uwu buviu iu the people. It would seem also to bA tirnnr nit inn munirv'fi nmiuiin lewuru uaiiiugr wu jumiivu. CHAOS IN TENNESSEE Tennessee Is giving tho Union an example of the depths to which a sovereign state van fall. Thirty-fou- r 'members of tho Legislature are out ot the state and the Governor Is away iroui mo lapiiai, aii ior mo purpose of breaking a quorum and thereby preventing tho appointment of tho ejection officers by the opposing fac tion, which moets day after day in the Statu House and adjourns. Tho constitutional limit of tho Legislature has already been passed. Appropriation bills were, not wised and ttioro Is no authority for tho pay- mmiV .if llm nviutniutti nf th envfti-n- Mint. It Is clalufel that nolther cldo la wholly to blunio, but It would seem that tho burden of tho shame would have to bo born by thoso wn-- j ran away If thoy were outvoted they wcra not resiionslblo for tho iWd.appolutmonts, but thoy are roj- 3 . . 11 ...... .1. .,1 uuiua i 1... WWII .0 luvjr luigui uivir ll 11. Ttvfl the Mate. tEEPS HER SECRET Thewreck of tho Maine Is fast be ing uucovorod, tho water being pumped output tho enclosure and leaving the wreckage bare. The destruction was much worse than expected, and disintegration has gone on to such an extent that It Is feared that tho causa of the explosion wilt never bo known. There was an interior explosion, beyond doubt, but there Is a question whether It may have been eausod by a toriiedo from without. -1 1 1 UNDER NEW NAME We expected this week as usual tho Mountaineer to our Exchange Desk, but Instead were greeted ly the Haxard Herald which proclaimed Itself the successor of "the Mountain-tor.- " N The Citizen heartily congratulates hopes Mrs. Morris and sincerely that she may see her hundredth year, when, at tho rate of Increase, for tho past two years, her chil dren should number fully one The paper eloquently Justifies the surprlso It gives its readers aud It Is to bo ardently hoped that It will find It possible to keep tho faith It proclaims "Devoted to the Interests of the people of Perry County and Southeastern Kentucky." THE TRAIL. OP LORIMER Senator Paynter has announced bis withdrawal from Iho raco to succeed himself and leaves a clear track to James who now represents the flrbt District In Congress. Mr. Paynter gives as his reason for withdrawing sickness in his family and tho calling of tho extra session of Congress which a ado It Impossible for him to canvass tho Btato In tho Interest of his candidacy. It Is well known, that tho Senator's espousal cf Iho causo of the discredited Lorliner lind much to do with the failure of Ms party to rally to his support. Oua ..f k: one wo witness tho spectacle the exodus of thoso who havo favor-e- o the Interests Instead of their constituents the peoplo. hoV-over, 96 30 As In tho former case the figures 336 82 are furnished by Mr. J. K. Baker of of Uerea and Mr. AMlllam Morris dren McKeo. 8 78 The following .are tho data furnished by them: 520 12u Total - On the Cth of May, 1911, Mrs. Jane Total descendants to May 6, 1911, Morris, commonly known as Jenny C45. Morris, of Sand Gap, Ky., celebratNOTICE TO COLORED FARMERS ed her ninetieth birthday with five of her children and several of her grandchildren. Dinner was Bcrved at Prizes Offered by Lincoln Institute for Four Best Acre Corn Crops. her home. The following are. the names and addresses of her children and their To the Editor, Tho Citizen. Berea, Ky. descendants. Her children Grandhlldren Cynthia M. Privett, West Plane, Mo. Her children Grandchildren Summary Number of Jane Morris's children Grandchildren Great grandchildren Great great grandchil- 10 5 Living John Morris, Harrlce, Mo. 1 Dead 3 6 1 LIBERTY JEMS Americau patriotism must be a household tue. vir- His children His grandchildren His groat grandchildren Louis Morris Sally Sparks, McKee 7 46 6 1 The man There who Henry Ward Bttchtr. loves home best and loves it most unselfishly loves his country bent. J. O. Holland. greater sign of a general decay of virtue in a nation than a want of zeal in its inhabitants for the good of the country. is no Addison. man's liberty ends, and it ought comes the curse of his neighbors. A eUu", Her children Grandchildren Great grandchildren Job Morris, Eglon, Ky. His children Grandchildren Great grandchildren William Morris, McKeo 10 82 26 1 5 11 2 5 5 3 4 9 2 3 12 Dear Sir: r May 1 say, through tho columns paper, that not nearly so many colored Kentucky farmers havo entered tho corn raising contest as 1 had hoped would do so. Two hundred dollars will bo distributed in prizes. The expense, accompanying the con- - 8 23 26 1 WARNING TO REPUBLICANS Under tho Caption, "Shall the Republican I'arty tako up the Llqucr Yoko," tho Lexington Leader discusses in a long editorial tho reputed attempt of tho Liquor forces of the state to defeat O'Rcar by combining with tho Cox following in tho Eastern part of tho Btato and with FranVi In the Western section. Tho aim. It claimed, Is to get enough Instruct ed votes for tho two lu tho on fifllipg- 1 Conven-Continu- when that liberty be- Farrar. the best civilization is worth. Henry Giles. Unless tho liberty, which is of such a kind that arms can neither procure nor take away, which alone is the fruit of piety, of justice, of temperance, and unadulterated virtue, Bhall have takeu deep root in your minds and hearts, there will not long be wanting one who will snatch from you by treachery what you have acquired by arms. Milton. Liberty is worth whatever 9 His children 38 Grandchildren 6 Great grandchildren Hannah Lakes, Wind Cave 1 13 Her children 66 Grand children 10 Great grandchildren T. C. Morris, Sand Gap. 9 His children 29 Grandchildren 3 Great grandchildren Leah Marcum, Rice Station 1 7 Her children 1 1 2 12 ed C BOTH HOUSES DEMOCRATIC Houses of Congress went Democratic lost week when tho gent-Republicans voted with tho minority fixing a day Democratic when tho bill reducing the tariff on wool should bo reported from tho committee. This was thought for a whllo to moan an opening up of tho entire tariff question and tho posslblo defeat of tho reciprocity measure, for most of tho Insurgents oppose reci- Both Insur- RUGS and CARPETS ' commended But tho Democrats again themselves to tho administration and to tho country by refusing to make tho passage of tho reciprocity measure dependent upon tho acceptance of tho Free List bill, tho thing the Insurgents seem to havo been counting on, procity. BOOTS RIDERS FAIL, Tho debato la the Bonato for some of New Rugs and Carpeb to fill in on sizes and colors. If you are goijig to buy, now is the time and Welch's is the place. WELCH'S and "SAVE THE DIFFERENCE" We have just received a large assortment jii.oro than a survey of tho acre on which tho com is raised. Tho measurement of tho crop can be easily arranged. Tho court records ot tho assessor's books will show tlw . ownership ot the land. i am told that a good number ot farmers are planning to enter tho contest who havo not yet reported such purpose. They should send their names to me at once. It is not necessary for them to have tho ground measured immediately. They can wait till the cvra is In tho shock and then select tho best aero, have It meas- uied before, responsible persons, the choice of whom can bo arranged with j mo before tho corn is ready for harvest. I Every farmer who tries for a prize will get his reward in a larger crop, and four farmers will receive a substantial reward in cash. Tho result ot tho contest will be publlshod, and a very largo number of people, ot both races, will read it with Interest. Let mo repeat tho prize offer. Four cash prizes will bo given by Lincoln Institute to colored Kentucky farmers for tho best acre ot corn grown on land owned by themselves. Thcuo prizes are $50.00, f23,00,U,0O and $10.00. To each of these prizes tho State Agricultural Commissioner, M. C, Rankin, adds an equal amount, thus making a very substantial offer. A, Eugeno Thomson, Berea, Ky. CROWDED OUT Many interesting features are crowded out this week but they will bo just as good next week. We havo trlod to make this a NUMBER and call PATRIOTIC special attention to the Editorials; the sano Fourth movement, page C; Old Glory, page 8. ft will lm vnrv IIMIa nrntiahlv nrt tlwo has centered around the amend meat to the reciprocity agreement (Continued ou fifth Xae A Two TtJE CITIZEN TOBACGQ GRQP L About June 29, 111 family newspaper for all that le right true and Interesting. The Citizen at (Incorporated) Fubllehed every Thursday Berm, Ky. BE SO m M BEREA PUBLISHING CO. J. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager, Subscription Rates PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. One year Btx Months , Thro Months Band money by on ii.ee to X Fifteen Per Cent De crease is Expected .VV'' ii th a 1 mm. ii-lissssBIl 7h 1 " IV noitwjpties Mr-G- ot up. Bllpee7 down to back yard to of ml fler crackers. Paw met me at kitchen doro and sed to bee calrfule. Shodo me bow to lite the fewg. 4.30 a. m. Orampaw corao downstarcs. Sed he cudden't tlcpo with such a tareblo rak-kgoln on. a. m. Grampaw sed to paw Ml gudness wtlyura yoti dont know ennythlng abowt settln of firecrackers. Lemmo show you. 4:38 a. m. Paw an grampaw VERY BAD PLANTING CONDITIONS A. That there will bo no tho tobacco crop In 1911 Is a fact n thorough can In all the Impor tant sections of tho country. In many localities tbo farm crs, after having had n somewhat pro longed period of advancing prices, bavo become dissatisfied with a slight slump in tho market and this hns had member or a tendency to curtail the acrcago to certain extent Tho hot, dry weather of tho month of May was unfavorable for tho dlvelepoment of the plants In tho beds and the baked condition of tho soli prevented favorable planting everywhere. Tho very lateness of tho season I KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION. many localities renders It a little-mordifficult than ordlnarlly.to sccuro At tbc Hoe library salo "Tho Swan Hook" brought $21,000. Its new owner accurate data as to tho acreage plant' cd In tobacco this year. In tho large would not read It for twice (hat producing sections such as Kentucky, Ixndon dressmakers now propose North Carolina, Virglna, Ohio, Tenncs a gown with a detachable train. Hub see, Wisconsin nnd Connecticut, a careful canvass has been made, and by, we presume, will be tbo switch' tho total apparent ncrcago in all sec man. tiona in 1911 amounts to 953,658 PROF. CHA8. G. HAMMOND, NEWPORT, KY. However, the nvlatcr who threatens acres. Superintendent of Newport Schools and Prominent in the Kentucky EducaBig Decrease In Yeld. to fly up Broadway will not bo the only high flyer on that wicked thor tional Association. Computations based on the average oughfare. yield per acre for the past 10 years in the various states named Indicate a SHERIFF LOST THE CASE. BLUE GRASS BOY TALKS "The earnings of the average New total tobacco yield In the United York lawyer amount to about $1,000 a States this yoar of 786,410,435 pounds year. "Earnings" Is a diplomatic way The harvested acrcago in 1910 was CS' Tells Some Big Pieces of Truth to Wis County Officers Sued Estate For Taxes on Government Bonds. of putting It consin Audience. timated at 1,149,831 acres, with a yield of 931,068,695 pounds. Lexington. One of the most Im Stealing a base on (ho rest of the Springfield. At the state university In tho Ohio valley the crop is from country, a Massachusetts school Is two to three weeks late and a great commencement in Milwaukee a Ken portant and peculiar suits which has using batting averages to stimulate In deal depends upon the kind of grow tucky student, representing the college been on tho docket of the Fayette circuit court came to an end when terest In mathematics. ing weather from this date on. In tho of laws told of the rapid development Judge Charles Kerr ordered the case of the new south. He was Samuel blue graBg section of Kentucky fear of New York has just sent $2,000,000 of early frosts Is already causing somo Darber, of this city, and ho said In part dismissed at the cost of the sheriff, worn out money to Washington. The alarm, though of course this is a little upon the topic, "The Awakening of who had sued the estate of the late It. T. Anderson for five years' taxes, fellows the New Yorkers took it away premature. In Wisconsin conditions tho South:" on government from wero probably sent to the hos are reported aa 'The appointment of Edward Doug- - claimed to be duo the most favorable in bonds loaned by Mr. Anderson to the pital many years. Tho crop Is all trans Ins White to the important position First National and Fayette National planted and the plants reported in a ij chief justice of the supreme court banks of this city. The sheriff claimed A New York miser committed sul thriving condition. The acreage Is Ij a most significant event in the his- that as tho bonds were used as a dv clde because he was lonesome, and above that of last year, and the out tory of the rejuvenated and awakened posit In the United States treasury yet you can hardly blamo people for south. Since about 1895 a potent force to secure tho circulation of good. tho banks' not wanting to keep a misers com' look seems has been quietly working. Today the notes, the indebtedness pany. of the bank The Kentucky Planting. whole world is aware that It Is a The apparent area planted to tobac flourishing and progressive section. to Mr. Anderson constituted a cboie was taxable. An In action which A western railroad has placed on co In Kentucky, 'In ndditlon to tho long tho greatest tobacco-strides Its rails a car reserved for women producing section In the country, or which have been taken In agriculture, amended petition of the plalntft al leged that the Fayette National bank only, but the women do not after on for that matter in the world, amounts tho commercial growth has been was indebted to tho estate In the Eden all prefer an Adamlesa 282,751 acres. The average yield equally encouraging. Tho to material amount wheels. per aero In Kentucky under present and educational development of the bands of the executors to theper cent growing conditions Is not far from south has brought to tho foreground of $60,000 for 60 registered 4 bonds, that while tech Don't be discouraged It the results 850 pounds. On this basis the 1911 two vital problems. The relation to United States you get from your garden mako It acreage should yield approximately emmlgratlon, and tho effect of the re nically a loan were In reality a tale. seem expensive The price put upon 240,338,350 pounds of tobacco. The awakening upon tho political situation. Madison Square garden In New York estimate last fall for the 1910 crop Out the new south is becorainc con I. O. O. F. REUNION. la $3,500,000. ehowed a harvested area In Kentucky scious of its possibilities along ma amounting to 375,908 acreas, yielding terial lines, and fast is becoming bet Great Good Time Expected Widows A chewing gum famine Is threat and Orphans to Be Entertained. Chicago as the result of a 197,652,000 pounds of burley, and 139 ter able to contribute its share to the ened In notion of 283,400 pounds of dark, a total of national prosperity." strike. Our Louisville. The I. O. O. F. reunion nothing to worry abou' Is a chewing 336,935,400 pounds of tobacco. of Odd Fellows will bo held here FUNDS WANTED FOR CAR. gum famine. Tuesday, July 11. A special feature ECLECTICS ELECT OFFICERS. Louisville. Appealing for funds of the reunion will bo the entertain' s In Chicago A canvass of tho university chows that only two per Convention Next Year Will Be Held with which to carry on a fight against ment of the children of tho widows tuberculosis, n letter was sent out by and orphans' home of Lexington, and cent, of them are planning matrimony, in the National Capital. the Kentucky association for tho the Widows and orphans' home in That's all right; there's .no need to Greensburg. Ind., who will be taken nurry the girls. Louisville. Officers were elected Study nnd Prevention of Tuberculosis for the ensuing year and Washington, to the wholesale jobbers and manu- to Louisville on special trains. Grand Sire John IJ. Cock rum has There are a great many unreason D. C, selected as the next meeting facturers of Louisville, whom the mom able persons In the world, but few are place at the sessions of tho conven hers of tho association believe to be been invited to be present, nnd the more so than the New Yorker who tion of the National Eclectic Medical Interested In the battle against the grand masters, grand secretaries and great "white plague. grand patriarchs of Illinois, Indiana; stabbed a deaf rauto because he failed association. Virginia and The association proposes to extend Ohio, West Virginia, to reply to a question. The officers chosen are: president, invited Dr. A. P. Stephens, of St Louis; first the itinerary of the "Freo Traveling Tennessee have also been A car conductor vice president, Dr. G. T. Fuller, of Health Exhibit Car,' so as to take In Many of them have btgnlflcd their in Boston street found a $5,000 necklace on the Hoot Mayfleld, Ky.; second vice president, every part of the Btate. The car and tention to be present. Kentucky Odd Fellowship has now of his car. And wo thought that Dr. Thomas Owens, of Hinckley, 111.; transportation will be furnished by women who wear $5,000 necklaces al third vico president, Dr. Nannie M. railroads doing business In Kentucky. 32,000 members. ways rode In automobiles. Glenn, of State Collego, Pa.; secre DAY NAMED. PASTOR ACCEPTS CALL. tary, Dr. "William P. Dest, of Indian A Rrooklya woman who Is ;01 apolls. The meeting in Washington in Carlisle. Green It. Keller, grand years old. attributes tho fact to her 1912 will begin on tho third Tuesday Ellzabethtown. The Iter. W. E. high commander of the Rat Slayers, Sweeney, habit of arising every morning' at 6 in June and last four days. ot Baltimore, has been Many feel that getting up has Issued a proclamation calling on called to the pastorate of tho Chris o'clock. 0 every morning Is enough to make all of tho cltlzena of Nicholas county Wan churches in this city and at Glen at TEACHERS IN CONVENTION. to obeervo July 2 as a day to kill rats. dale, and will take chargo ot the anyone old. Annually on May 27 for a number ot churches at once. The Itev. D. W. Owensboro. Here has been as cars Mr. Keller has led the slayers Scott, the former pastor of the two Professor Sargent of Harvurd has sembled the Kentucky Educational as gainst the rats, with tho result that churches, succeeded the Hov, Mr. It figured out that flowers will reform sociatlon attended by many teachers bad boys, The next time your youth from every quarter of the state. Sec- hundreds wero killed, but as that day Sweeney aa the pastor of the First ful son pours water Into the gasoline retary Th08. W. Vinson came over was not observed this year, July 3 Christian church at Evansville, Ind., tank of your automobile, band blm a early In tho week from Frankfort and was chosen. nnd the Itev. Mr. Sweeney will suc 'IS bunch of violets. ceed the Rev, Mr. Scott here, which had everything In readiness when the FAILED IN THE ATTEMPT. is a rare occurrence in church annals. State Supt. Ilegen-stei- n baby squall by all means," members came. "Let the was in attendance. Whlto Plains. An unsuccessful at ray s Professor W. A. McKcevar of tempt was made to rob the farmers NEW STATION FOR PARIS. college, the Kansas Agricultural Georgetown. Dy reason of an addl- - bank here. A charge of dynamite was thereby proving that all the ransslvr Paris. The Bluegrass Traction Co, Intellects have not been corallcd by tlou recently received, less than $5,- - placed against tho safo door, and a 000 remains to be raised of the sums ftiso attached, but tho rebbors, appare will begin in a few days tho erection the eastern universities. necessary to meet the Rockefeller conntly wero' frightened off when they ot a handsome brick and cut stone St. Louis has provided a farm home dition for adding $100,000 to tho en- get this far in their work, for when passenger nnd freight station at the the bank wns opened It was found corner ot Fifth and High streets, to for the horses of the city departments dowment of Georgetown college. replace the present building which anwhen the animals grow too old and that tho fuso had not been lighted, Springfield. T, Scott MayeB, secre swers the purpose. Tho big Inlerur-ba- n Infirm for work. Appreciation of any cars used on the Carlisle, Congressman William (J, kind of past usefulness In public work tary of tho Washington county fair Is so rare, either In man or beast, that association resigned and W. D. Fields, of this district, has named lines will be run was elected. The association Henry Uramblet, of this city, for tp on this also, as workmen aro building this grateful act to faithful a Y switch for their use In entering servants docs credit to tho city's pub- will hold Its fair August 23, 24, 25 and polntment to the naval academy 20. lic spirit and generosity. Annapolis. the Paris station. now record mado by of tho United States clearly indicated by vasa Just complotcd tobacco-producing ob-ttco-edClay-lirook- o four-foote- uroer, unvn, iiwneml letter, or dato alter your nuna on labr hows to what date your nuincrljrtton Is raJd. If it Is not changed within thrr u. wmi nxur renewal notifygladly supplied Missing- - numbers will be If iwo ara notified. Fine, premiums cheap, with runt and prompt ronowals. Send tor rremlum List. Liberal terms given to any ona who now subscriptions for us. Any one vending us fflnr yearly subscription can Tweivo The Cltlxcn free for himself for one year. Advertising; rate on appHcatlotv TTm ony rwit-onic- o or Express anil two cent eUunpt. Conditions In Cigar Leaf Sections Are Brighter Reports From All Over the Country Compiled. Frankfort. rt "Paw Met Me at the Kitchen and Bed to Be Careful." Dora Is Grampaw wudent let paw holed n fire cracker In his fingers whllo it went of. 4 45 a. m. Paw and grampaw still fussln. 6 a. m. Wllllo Grene who IItb nox dore has Just got up an come owt of his Ncrwurkt. 5 02 a. m. .Mr. Orene has come owt an toled Willie he better be calrful. 6;03 a. m. Mr. Grene la showln Willie how to tuch of his flcrwurks. 5 30 a. nt. Grampaw stuk a bunch of firecrackers In his pokket whllo ho was tcllln paw abowt how thay use to shute of anvils when ho was a boy. a. m Grampaw Jumped over the bak fenso an hollered bluddy murder; he dldent kno the fler crackers ho put In his pokket was llted. Thar was. I knode It I trldo to tei him but he sed lltcl boya shud be sene an not hurd. Grampaw run up an down the alley 2 or 3 times until paw an Mr. Grene got the garden boes turned on htm an put him out 5:35 a. m. Paw still showing met how to tuch ot Are crackers. Grampaw has gono In the hous to get dry cloes. Paw Is telling Mr. Grene how It hap"Grampaw Jumped over the bak pened that grampaw put tho cracker feme and hollered bluddy murder. Ha In bis pokket C:40 a. m. Paw sent me in the houa dlden't know the lire crackers he put becos I laffed abowt tho way he tolett In his pokket was llted." abowt the way grampaw Jumped the fence. He sed grampaw Jumped like a jak rablt Is up. She maid paw come In an skolcded hlf rer C.43 a. me In. Sho sex tey wont bo enny more ore cracker ahutin till after m.-M- having a nawful rakkcL raw ten oi me poercn wro 7 a. m. be was trying to nalo up the big flag. He cot his pant leg in the wire whare the clcmattls vine Is an tore tho vino down also his pants leg. I got whipped, paw sed It was my folt. 10 a. m. I crlde till maw. sed for gudness sake wllyum give the boy his fler crackers an let blm kill hlsMlf It he wonts to. I have set of a hole bunch mlself. 10:45 a. m. Paw romo owt an begun showln mo agen how to abuto them. I knode he wud. 11 a. m. Grampaw como out leenln on a cnln and stood arownd a while an then him an paw got into a nuther rakket abowt how to shuto of fler crackers. 11:30 a. m. Grampaw has burn both hans an the doktor la here. Set Down on a Big Fir 11:45 a m. Paw haa set down, on a Crackerl" big fler cracker. He got up rite away but not sune enuff. Tho Doktor has rome back. Paw sex he will whip me. 12 m. Tho fler engines hav Jest left Paw thru a tier cracker In tho din- Ing rume to surprise maw. It did. 0 p. in. Mo an Wllllo Green has been down town to see the fler wurks. He IiaaT to sit up all nlte to put sody an oil on hla paw's hans and I hnvo to stay up a while to go for tho doktor agano If paw gets wuss. Grampaw Is still tawkln abowt tho gud olo times. Ml ' WILBUR D. NESBIT. "I Have to Stay Up a While to Go fur the Doctor." FATAL DAY. TONE POEM. On tilth the rockets clcam and sUro And trldtscent spantles lUnee Athwart the boiom of the air Full Jeweled with their radlanca. Below ttie bunting; of the tximb Which on the sidewalk dart and dance Trlla that the sulphury perfume boon win tho twilight air enhance. And now there rome a ringing clang And hoofbeats as the chargers prance- -It Is the warning ting! and bang) iisae by tho teed!nc ambulance. "Had a pcrtnature explosion of flieworks In our town the Fourth. Caused a torrlblo stampede." "Had a stampede In our town, too." "Fireworks explode thcroT" "No. Happened beforo dark. During the speaking exercises the chairman announced unexpectedly that Mr. Longfellow Tennyson Scruggs was about to read an original poem composed especially for tho occasion." An Anatomical Mistake. r The decision bia court that hicles confirms and widespread are not musical Louisville. At tho closing session of the Train pispatchera' association of America officers wero elected and Instruments. II. Alvcy, of Fulton, Ky., was elected I.uthcr Ilurbank Is said lo be trying president to succeed T. C. Uow, of Ta- to develop a better strawberry. There coma, Wash. Alvey declined to serve a stronger demand for tbo Improve-Ben- t and J, 13. Ford, of New Mexico, was of tbo strawberry box. chosen. A of n District of Columstreet pianos are vethe long entertained suspicion that they IN TALLS CITY IN 1912. SPARK FROM ENGINE CAUSES .. FIRE LOSS. Trenton. Fire said to have been caused by a spark from a passing lo comotive destroyed sixty acres ot wheat In the shock and two ricks of hay belonging to Hugh Hammock, a farmer. "Pardon me," said Mrs. Justgottlt, to her Callers. "It Is growing so dark I believe I will ring for the livers." uurn our money other ways. "For the what?" exclaimed the caller. The ordinary man doea not car "Now, just listen to met Ot course, GOES TO KENTUCKY STATE. Lexington, Prof. John J. Tlgert, who makes the fireworks of a nation I meant ring for tbo lights. A body who recently resigned tho presidency so long as he can show tbo children does get so twisted sometimes, doesn't of Kentucky Wcsleyun collego. at Win- bow to set them off. sber chester, has accepted tho chair of philosophy at Kentucky state university. Itev. John L. Clark, a Methodist y minister, js to be president of Wesleyan college. Wo burn our money on the Fourth Tlut then th var Im full ,1... On which without exerting much Khi-tuck- Often So. be Interesting (o hear (be other side jX the Btory. are near tho savage state. Harvard professor says women It would Louisville. At the Saengerbund in Louisville. Miss Florence Ments. Mllwaukeo, tho delegation from this Georgetown. The first postal sav- - city was headed by a mascot in the of this city, and Miss Anna Grace n ngs bank to bo instituted In Central shape of a bulldog a symbol of Montague, of Catlettsburg, were grad Kentucky is that which ovens to the to bring the meet here next uates from the Oxford, O., College foi public at this place. Women. yter. deter-mlnato- Jaae 29, 1911 THE CITIZEN WORSE Chilean Pa THAN TkrM REPORTED KNOXVILLE TO SURPASS ITS Storm Takes Toll of Two Fin- HundredTorrential Vnlparalso-The Rains ish Work of Winds. SUCCESS OF LUST YEAR President Taft a Notable Visitor Exposition Entire Appalachian Region So successful was the Appalachian Exposition, lTeld In Knoxtlllc, Tenn., during tho fall of 1910, that the enterprising business men ot that thriving city have determined to repeat tho ' great which devastated the const of Chile oxtendod from IMsaKim on tho north to Antofatsfostn to tho south. Torrential rains have followed the hurricane, almost completing tho dlsastqr. ft Is estimated that more than 200 persons wcro killed nnd Immense dam-aghas been dono to property ot all kinds. Reports say Mint Iqulquo has been devastated. Many vessels, In addition to launches and lighters have been Incoming steamers report foundered. having passed buoys adrift, floating cargo nnd derelicts. BOILER EXPLODED. crclono in Interest of o aeLeLeLm''., Mississippi River Packet buffers Ac- " BBBBBBBK 'BBS 'm cident Fatal to Fourteen. .Memphis, Tenn, Steaming up tho Mississippi river tho boilers of the packet City ot St. Joseph exploded whllo opposite President's Island. Six negro deck hands are dead, fourteen mora aro expected to die nnd ten other persons were more or less se riously hurt. Tho boat quickly took Are, and It was with great difficulty that any of the passengers and deck bands wore saved. Fifty passengera woro aboard. TWO GIRLS BURNED TO DEATH. BBHBEBE- bTbbbi 'Most eveiV place has igot j 1 . -- a gun o' soine Wnd nowadays y t V v Trie guve'nmmt is givm' cann an ever' wnichaways-we100 to if1 'W ButAsay.'it iWtourtl1 nothiri hVw VV A th utood lid time salute. they load th'gxryosi . we use' to dc ? We dlcn't need jlo gun. Remeriber ve'd get a pair o anvils an' we'd waitthe risingsun, A shherin' a little bit When t V cold Wind 'ud striKe Others Seriously Injured When Boat house Catches on Fire. BMaBnaJWlUlllLHal PRESIDENT WILLIAM H. TAFT, Who Will Visit the Appalachian Exposition In Knoxville Next pv V. . ICil JllVb UiiVUgiVU ITVVUk MAUI.. SJWUiJU4 AA " ; We'd set th biggest on 1th grbund arV Keeripy we'd idrdp littieT U-f- An' then wd'd mk'Ke a fT)r X brimikV : - tAr W rimer JThorol vrii1v wr filsean' out th Idnv one X:: Weech sTK -- An when th' sun's first re y '1 d pome tn grawclouotreaKiiv trY We'd have sortie iurn rods iurfi ledhot anVstill ahpatintoo, allof heri scoot 11 7 fh fihpst 7 77 iH tfun young Nantucket, Mass. Two .women wero burned to death, threo men woro seriously Injured, sovoral firemen wero hurt and several prom inent young women of Now York had narrow escapes In a fire which de strayed tho boathouso ot William Iiarnes, ot Albany. According to reports, tho fire waa started by a match thoughtlessly thrown on a recently oiled floor. September. great exploitation again during the present year. Accordingly, announcement Is made that tho Appalachian Exposition of 1911 will bo held In Knoxville, Septem- , STOPPED HIS TRAIN. River. ber 11 to October 1, Inclusive. Preparations that havo been consummated, and plans that are now being devel fall. a speaker, and in that event a special day will be arranged for him as for other notables. It is expected "Taft Day" will ba the occasion for tho gathering ot one ot tho largest crowds that has ever assembled la an Appalachian region city. Tho exposition proposes to make the President's visit an event long to be remembered In the history ot the city and section, particularly as It will serve to Introduce the extended Southern and Western tour which the President Is arranging to make in tho South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Kentucky, Virginia and West Virginia. Tho resources nnd developments of these states wero exemplified In the exhibit buildings, and though very complete, the displays of this year bid fair to bo superior In every particular. Among the visitors to the exposition next tall will be President William It. Taft, Oovernor Woodrow Wilson, ot Now Jersey; Gov. Harmon, of Ohio; Hon. Champ Clark, speaker ot the national houso ot representatives; Gov. It. W. Hooper, of Tennessee, and many others. It Is probable that William Jennings Dryan will be a visitor and This assurance being positive, guar antees that the exposition ot 1911 will bo the greatest undertaking ot Its kind ever projected In tho South. Tho achievement which the efforts ot tho promoters aro realizing Is highly creditable to Knoxville and to the entire Appalachian region, and the wholo south as well. The Appalachian exposition ot last year attracted national attention. Visitors attended from practically every state In the union. The bulk ot the patronage was from tho Appalachian states, Tennessoo, North and oped. Indicate that the exposition ot (his year will far surpass thatot 1910. Engineer Leaps to the Rescue of Boy In Allegheny WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT OF APPAiAGHIAN EXPOSITION Never In the history of civilization has woman's work taken the promioccupies. In nent placo that it nil of the undertakings tor the betterment ot mankind, woman Is recognized as a great factor In the successful completion ot plans. In the Appalachian exposition, the great event ot the y toth' fus S X1 Ilevcyu Oi wondervif therevis a prac TlieivUs cannons airvt as kodcf, no, sir! riovVAtrje hldvm! mraKu XX wds Pittsburg. Shoving his perspiring head through tho civb window to get a hronth of cool air, Fred Schilling, an engineer on tho Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne and Chicago railroad, saw a twelve- year-olboy floundering helplessly In tho Allegheny river. Closing down the throttle. Schilling stopped his train on a trestle, sprang to the running board of his .engine. dived Into the water and save tho little follow. d hlblts from publishers whose renown is world-wid- At the head of the woman's department ot the Appalachian exposition Is one ot Knoxville's most popular, . jeait early aavn ir theraralxate. most capable and most beautiful women, Mrs A. Percy Lockett. It was indeed a happy selection on the part Chinese Honors American. Pekln. John C. Ferguson, an Amer ican, has been appointed adviser to the ministry of communications, which has charge ot the railways, telegraphs and postofllces ot China, lie Is a proprietor ot the Shanghai Times, and was president of Nanking university and also of Manyang- college in Shanhal. Women May Vote in Mexico. Mexico City. Five hundred women. many of them belonging to the load- Ins families of the city and state, petitioned tho president for tho right to voto at tho coming elections. 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Ain't any buffaloes that he can kill ' Happily, the fifth of July, Ilka tbs Snc they was finished by IlufTalo BUI. lay after CbrUtnms. comes but once Ain't any fleets he san sail up an flsht Bene Dewey showed us his couraga an' a year. might I've lookwt around an' alt over tha Tbo outlawed tor plitol will claim Kround: many victims an the prohibited Nothln' la left, aenca th pole has been found. whliky ot Kansas. I'd been a thlnkln' o' Boln' some day lllttln tli' trail for th' plalm far away; Soma men have a genius for tag explanation, but lack tb clever-nea- s lariiln' to lauo an' handla a gun. Hut beln' cowboy now ain't any fun; to make them tit. Thought some o beln' a bandmaster, but They got th' phonographs, open an' shut) All a boy's chances paat Wo are as patriotic as the next man, Hence th' north pola Is bygone an' at Is discovered Int. nd we love our country dearly, but Injuns-the- re go ain't none to we are not so constituted that wa Can't kill; kill tbeo well," sighed the coloncan sit up" In bed and sin 'The Star-- Moat n' them'a worltln' In aomebody's ial"Faro lover. "I go td defend my counmill. Or else they're, farmln'; they don't any try." Who knows what the future may mvra have In store for us?" Take to th' warptth an' holler for gore. "Adieu," whispered the colonial dam I've thought an' thought till I'm puisled sol. "My earnest hope Is that when an' blue; There ain't no place I can run away to. we both figure In the historical nov I might as welt get a Job haulln coal ela the authors will neither misspelt Hence Mlater Peary discovered th' pole. your name nor fall to properly de Prlxe.nghtln' used to ault me purty well, scribe my appearance." Hut tliore ala't no one like big old John L.; llrakln' a train waa a Job that looked fair. JOHNNIE'S ADVICERS. Hut nowadaya they are brakln with air; Mlnatrel allows once had attraction for 0. NE3BIT. Increased. Washington. The parcels post be tween Franco nt.d the United States Is made available for packages not over 11 pounds. This Is more than double the greatest weight at present allowed, which Is but four pounds six ounces. The allowed value of articles Is raised at the same tlmo from $10 VXelght Limit IHbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH bbbbbbbbbbbbMbHN& V'iy4bBbBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBb1 BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBWTF'tit BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBtV''bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbHbV bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbLbbbHF - L:''bbbbbbbbbbbbbb1 - to $80. National Livestock Exchange. Sioux City, la. Tho National Live Stock exchango unanimously elected E. II. Ingwersen, of Chicago, presi dent; Rube Woodbury, ot Kansas City, secretary; A. F. Dally, ot St. Joseph, treasurer. Portland, Oregon, secured the next convention. Tobacco Crop Short. RIehmond, Va. J. J, Owen, crop es BBBBBBBBBaBn bbbbbbbbbLbbT ' .'jtfaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH ifimf trfBaHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl bbIbBbBbBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH bbSQbbbIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb! BBBBBBBBalrL ' HbbHbBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbH mgsmmm President of the Woman's Board south ot 1911, at Knoxville. Tenn., Soptembor 11 to October 1, women have banded themselves together to give their influence, energy and ability to the splendid undertaking. All branches of woman's work are being promoted. Tho thn'. r homo- keeper brings to her lid domestic science In all its branches, and In the woman's building of the Appalachian exposition wilt be displayed the highest attainments of the most huccoss-fu- l and noted women in this Important branch ot higher domestic education. The world ot art will he represent. ed by some ot the best authorities in Its different departments. Women will have displays who have started at the very foot ot the ladder ami have climbed steadily, round by round, un- MRS. A. PERCY LOCKETT, of the Appalachian Exposition. me, Dut there's no chance any more, I can see. Now my last hope has been busted In a timator ot tho state department ot agriculture, reports that the tobacco crop ot Virginia will be 25 per cent, short this year because of drought. The state acreage last year was Doth bright and dark sections are affected. equally. ISO,-00- Bence th' north pole has been found In a smash dash. Huh' I have thought ot th' sledges an' all, Cllmbtn' th' Icebergs that loomed like a wall, Western Crops Hurt. Kansas City. A scorching wind- from the south over Eastern and Cen tral Kansas and Western Missouri greatly damaged crops and sent temperatures to new high records. from but one county In Missouri tell ot rain. . ts I.tvln on pammlli'.n. walrus an' bear. It tin my boot heU at last In despair! Then to come home with th' bands play. In' gay An' people cheerln' me all o' th' way Spangled when tbu boy Uut there's no chance, an' I've looked all Uanner" "My pa showed me bow to set of around; across the street cuts loose with his Nothln' I left, sence th' north pole Is my flrecrackersthU morning,' fireworks at S:30 a. m. July 4th. found. "WhaJJer ma dot" "She showed rae bow to tie up pa'i Usually when opportunity knocks at Revised Proverb. , a nan's door he utters a few remarks "It wishes were horses," began the Angers." on knockers la general. man who Intended to show his friend Also the futility of Idlo hopes. Uut the Some people listen to So. Jokea our It la unnecessary to tell a uinu not friend Interrupted: As If they had tho blues; "It wishes were automobllos," be They're lUe the bogus, Fireworks whtek to bold a Jynsmlte cracker In his To. do their part refuse hand after !t Is lighted. He can't hold said, "they couldn't '.and us up against The peaalmlstlo cracker, with it any otteaer than they do--" it um "The oBtlmtatla fuse.' FOUND A MASTODON. Farmer Elmer Surveyor Dolph Smith, with several men, are digging earth from about the skeleton ot a prehistoric mastodon In a marsh near this city. The discovery ot the Jaw bone, with Ix teeth and a great mass ot bone, believed to be a part of the head ot the mastodon, along with large bones that seemed Intact with bones still below the ground, has led the men to believe they Uve made a great Sad, Anderson, Ind. Wells and County ot Col. Tyson, president ot the directory, and It was fortunate for the exposition that it was able to secure for head of tho woman's board so charming a lady. Mrs. Lockett Is not only one ot the most charming and accomplished Knoxville women, but Is a lady beloved by all with whom she comes In contact. She Is a member of one ot the most aristocratic families ot Aberdeen, Miss. She has brought to her assistance a coterie ot Madames and Misses enthused by her Inspiration to accomplish much ot good results and will not only make an artistic and beneficial success, but will make the department a bright social feature ot the great exposition. Mrs. Lockett has surrounded herself with a board ot directors and officers who will materially aid her In making the woman's board successfully vie with the other In metropolitan cities their big departments ot the Appalachian til work stands as monuments to the exposition. The'grace and Intellect ot the southtndofatlKablo energy, the undying am bition and the unquestionable ability ern daughters, the brightest and the fairest ot the land on the exposition ot the southern woman. In literary circles thero will be board will accomplish much and be, a brought together an arruy ot bril- potent factor In encouraging tho men liancy and talent, and wonderful ex- to carry out on a troad and brilliant hibits ot what the south Is doing with plan the exposition work la which, the pn and 'the mind, an well as ex- - they are engaged. Page Four. HIE CITIZEN. June 20, 19 1 1, When You Buy Your Oxfords Get Comfort Get Style Get Both BUY RED CROSS W. B. CORSET STEELS Guaranteed not to rust. R. H. CHRISMAN Funeral Director and Embnlmcr A Complete This latest W. B. accomplishment again emphasizes the superiority of the W. B. product. Line of Modern Funeral Supplies. Nlilht SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. Day Phono 20 40 You pay loss- E.- F. COYLEgot more or --- - -- ooaoaooaoaoaooaoaoaooaooooooaoooaooaooeo o a o a a o o Berea and Vicinity. GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES NOTICE office will bn closed timing the month of July. For the whitest and best flour, go o to It. J. Engle. Mrs. Nora Smythe and children of Corbln, are visiting at the home or 2 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. FowDr. Best's Bow, Nebraska, to Miss Pearl Hunter. Mrs. B. Harris Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hammond, In Rockcastle County, this week. Mr. Kll Bra&hear, an old Berea student of enrpentory and tho Industries, hnb tho contract for tho constrnctlon Refrigerators MID-SUMMER SALE a DR. BEST, DENTIST CITY OFFICE rilONK OVER RACKET STORE f 1S3 I DAN H. BRECK Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Phone 505 four years Richmond, Ky. 'rlt FOR SALE: Fine Buggy mare, old, excellent qualities. Call on, S. McQuIre. you want wood, call up Geo. rigg, 149-- 2 rings. $2 to $2.00 per cord. Mr. Whit lock who was a student here part of the past year has been In town for several days. Mrs. Newcomer returned last week from a pleasant visit at Miss Laura Click's homo at Kerhy Knob. Misses Annie 11. Murra, Elizabeth to Marsh and Mr. Whltlock drove Richmond, Saturday afternoon. Roy LeMaster and Howard Gamble left, Saturday, for their home In Oklahoma. Miss Llllie Ambrose left last Thursday for Oxford, Ohio, where she will study In a Bummer school for several weeks. Miss Ruth Todd camo last wevk from Drockport, N. Y., to spend her vacation with her mother, Mrs. A. E. Todd. ler. The little Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Holliday died, Saturday, after only a few hours of Illness, Short funeral services were held In the Parish Houbo, Sunday afternoon at three o'clock. Hlghost prices paid for wool. J. S. Gott, Depot Street. Mr. John Dean was In McKee last Wednesday and Thursday. Miss May Harrison went to Richmond, Monday, to take up some special work for a few weeks In tho E. K. S. N. summer school. FOR SALE: Am forced to sell my house and lot on Jefferson St., and will offer same at a bargain. Call on Sallle Fowler. Mr. Orlln Hale Vonner, graduate oi Korea College In the class of 1902, was married on Juno 15 at Broken of a $9,000 building for tho IVrry Co. State Bank. Miss Leila Clark left, Tuesday, for n visit with relatives In Clevelanl and Oberlln, Ohio. Mr. Bruce Faulkner Is visiting relatives In Comptou, Ky. Miss Mary Rupert of Islington Is visiting friends In Berea, Miss Neva Chrisman returned, Monday, from Combs, Ky. Miss Wlnnlo Davis Is visiting In Iivlne. Mr. J. V. Dooley Is at home this Estella Blcknell Is visiting friends In Richmond this week. R. J. Engle made a business trip tc London, Monday. WANTED: Old haU and old shoes for the next 30 days at Welch's New Dry Goods and Gents' Furnish lngi Department. week. Miss on Refrigerators now going on. days. 10 per cent reduction Come while our on all sizes for the next 15 as- sortment is complete. WELCH'S Men's Women's Children's JULY Clearance SALE Moaey Saving Shoe up-to-da- As the Fall season approaches we find our shelves overstocked and no room for the new Fall and Winter Goods that are coming. We must clear our store of this surplus stock, and to do so QUICKLY we are going to offer all we have at a reduction in the regular prices. A large part of the Summer is still to come, and low shoes may Be worn for a long time. You should take advantage of our liberal reductions and buy shoes now. . Every shoe in our store is of the highest quality and workmanship. They are all new and and represent exceptional values both for wear and style. Look' at the low prices at which we are offering these excellent shoes. Sale Now SHOES Women's Shoes All Up-to-date. AND LOW SHOES Newest Leather, Gun Metal, Kid and Patent, on fin fitting lasts , Men's Shoes AND LOW SHOES Exceptional Values m both Dress and Work Shoes. Investigate these prices. . I Shoes for Boys and Girls Hcrc s an Opportunity for Economical Parents to Secure Good Wearing Shoes for the Children A Like Opportunity for Those Who Want Pretty Stylish ShoVs. Regular$375 Shoe;: Regular $3.50 bnoes Regular Regular Regular E Buster irown Sho $3.00 2.75 2 ' 35 .15 . $3.00 Shoes w' $2 50 Shoes Wow Fancy Dress Shoes Regular price $5.00, now . $4.00 Regular price $4.00, now . . 3.25 Regular price $3.50, now . . 2.85 Regular price $300' now 2'35 Solid Leather Work Shoes 4.00 Shoes now Sarity School Shm $3.00 $2.50 Regular price Regular price Now Now $.00u.lD 1 9 (fcO QC 1- O Regular price $2.00' ReSular Price Now $1-75 fiC si $2.00 Now shoes ign l.UU fig .3.25 l:So 2.15 -- $4.oo 1 CA SSSSi:::::::::::::::::::::::::: Regular price Now $1.50 2.50 Shoes now 19c kLaD Ttlt ltlV i THE LA it 1 dfawkan SHOE This Sale Begins Saturday, July 1, and Lasts Fifteen Days. COME EARLY AND GET FIRST CHOICE. finuucan 31. snocf RH0DUS & HAYES THE QUALITY STORE . mi&m, Jutic at), ion. THE CITIZEN. Page Five. "THE FURNITURE MAN" Has just now on display the largest, nicest and most complete stock yet shown in this county and the prices are the lowest ever. 30 DAYS ONLY Best 25c Coffee Meal, per hu. 15c 65c 60c 50c ' $20.00 suits $15.00 suits $12.00 suits $10.00 suits $12.00 $11.00 $10.00 $8.00 THE RUG CARPET AND MATTING STOCK is also large and complete and the price is down, down, down. 9x12 Brussels. . . .$8.50 to $15.00. 9x12 Axminsters. . ..$15.00 up. ". 9x12 Wilton Velvets $20.00 each. . Patent Flour Good Flour Bacon 10c A great reduction in shoes. FOSTER STOVES AND RANGES Arc still the best on earth. The are guaranteed to give full satisfaction in every detail or your money" back. $10.00 to $20.00 each. Stoves $20.00 to $40.00 each. Ranges . Why Pay More? ANOTHER CAR OF BUGGIES JUST IN Old Hickories and Houghtons a class to themselves. If you want a cheap buggy I have 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, R Phone 60 CARD OF THANKS I wish to J. ENGLE Berea, Kentucky R.ed Cross Flour, Liquor, forces for Lieutenant Gover nor, while It Is claimed that Mr. Ad- surrey cart. dams sympathizes with that crowd. Tho Herald, of course, is for McCreary and can see nothing but defeat for tho Party In Nov. if Addams and Edwards win in the Primary or even Respectfully, I sell and carry in stock a full line of Anthony Wire Fence. The McCreary and Edwards, for the trail Every Sack Guaranteed O. D. Holllday. of the whiskey serpent represented most perfect tie, heaviest wire and, most expensive to produce of any in Edwards the possibility of his SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC ' brand the American Wire and Steel Co. puts out, yet the price at owsucceeding to the Governorship which I sell it is as low as their other grades. McThe Union Sunday School had Its ing to tho advanced age of Mr. annual picnic, Saturday last, and des Creary will cause it to go down pite the ralrr there were about 175 the Republicans whom it credits A full supply of Wall enough to nominate Oil Stoves, with wisdom I uople who took the wagons to Slate Democratic minority and the InsurLick Picnic Ground. The rain drove O'Roar. gents whereby the Tariff Is to be Ice Cream Freezers, Lawn Mowers and dozens of evory one Into the pavilion about changed at the expense of the Recieleven o'clock, but tho time wai NEWS OF THE WEEK I sell Investigation will to you procity agreement pleasantly spent from then until Continued from 6rit page noon when every one seemed will- tuggested goods for less money by Root Senator ADMINISTRATRIX'SNuTICE, ing and ready to partake of the con- vhlch proposed a modification in tho tents of the various lunch baskets. wood pulp and print paper section of All persona having claims against After all had been well fed, the sun the agreement. This amendment was BY THE WAY if you waHt an OLIVER CULTIVATOR I have a few of tkera the estate of the Rev. M. K. Pasco enme out,' tho rain ceased, and, al- lost, Monday, by ah overwhelming aro hereby asked to present them In for tale. though tho grounds were still wet, a vote. . proper form for settlement, and all s, baseball gamo was soon In full who are Indebted to the said estate PRESIDENT A FIGHTER both for boys and girls. The It is now reported that President aro likewise requested to make payof the day were th9 ial features will have the Reciprocity Meament races planned by the Committee of Taft sure passed just as agreed upon or Mrs. M. K. Pasco, Administratrix Phone 26 which S. W. Boggs was chairman, nothing, for ho is said to have de(ho chief being a contest between The Unconventional. clared that If It comes to him with' Profs. Ponnlman and Dodge in which There is nothing so unconventional amendments, he will veto it that is, tho former won. After the Various he will down any pact as to do the convention thing at the between tho wrong time. races had been run and victors Ing jiower to give degrees, like the awarded their prizes, the party took BEREA AND VICINITY OUNCMh-BUNTOtrustees of Berea College. The Trus- wagons again back to Ucrca at an (Contlautd from fourth Thursday morning at ten o'clock, tees at their recent meeting delegat- early hour, voting the day a sucJcaslo O'Conner who has been visiting John Welch, lias returned to Miss 1ouIbo Duncan and Mr. W. ed authority on this subject, and Tu- cess despite the weather. Itjs home in South Dakota. rianton were married at the home of tor Francis O. Clark Is regularly adFresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you tho bride on Prospect Street, Mr. V. vanced to tho position of acting ProMonN". J. Coyle was In London, IN Olid OWN STATE want and get what you call for. Highest market 1. Wilks officiating. The bride was fessor of Mountain Agriculture. Prof. thly. (Continued from firitpage) price paid for butter, eggs and chickens Carpenter of Livingston waa beautifully attired lu a white travel- Clark Is In every way worthy of this tion to combine for his defeat. In II. C. tho distinction, Pure home rendered lard 501b. cans 10c per lb. smaller lots 12c on ing suit. Immediately after In Uorea, .Monday and Tuesday, and his appointment double dealing tho Leader sees rwomony the happy couple left on means much tor the advancement of this grave FRESH FISH EVERY THURSDAY business. the of tho Liquor forces for it N. J. Coylo waa called to Iloom's thf.lr woddlng tour. In a few weeks tho mountain region. Kidd Building. Corner Main and claims that thousands of Republicans U. B. ROBERTS, PTOp. Cap, Tuesday, to see his nluco who they will bo at homo on Chestnut St. Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. and Democrats who are not ProhibiSTfeREOPTICON "LECTURES vug thought to bo dying. tionists aro being driven by such tac NEW PASTOR TO PREACH Tho Y. 1'. 8. C. K. will meet an usNo. 3 Comes Friday Night. Prohibition.! tics to vote for State-wid- e ual, Sunday evening, and If the The new pastor of tho Union church, FAIL TO RALLY Quite an audience greeted President will Hoy. Ueuson H. Roberts, Is to reach weather permits, the meeting Tho Democratic Primary for the 1'rost at the lectures before citizens iw In the open air. Prof. Lewis will Dorea this week and enter upon his and Summer School students In the nomination, of Candidates for State Subject Lessons from dutlcB, July 1st. Our friends are coruiMnk Offices and also the United States chapel on last Friday and last TuesAnimals. dially Invited, by thu officers of the day nights. Thu views were well Senate is set for Saturday, July 1st, Mr. F. L. Shocklcy has accepted a church to holp give him an Inspiring but so quiet has everybody been poaltlon at Uyne Falls, Mich., us audience for his opening sermon, next Hhown, and varied, and the people nbout it and so little has been the learned more history in those brief telegraph oerator. Sunday, at 11:00 a. in. Tho Lord's hours than could have been learned Interest manifested that there is not Professor C. 1). Lewis attended th-- i Supper will then be by weeks of study and reading. The likely to bo much more than half a ut State Educational Association L. V. D. lust of these three lectures comes tote. Who are tho candidates? MayOwonsboro, this week. Madison Conn next Friday night at 7:30. Admission be the voters know, but there is a ty stands seventh In rank according SUNDIAL 61VEN BY 1911 CLASS question as to whether they know freo. to enrollment of permanent members enough about them to cast an in1911, fallowing tho The class of of the Association. Her list totals Not the Only Sufferer. telligent vote, beautiful custom of graduating classforty-onThe domesticated ostrich had just WA11NINO TO DEMOCRATS es, leaves a gift to the Collego to been rellerod of his "tips." "Trimmed "Tho Unconverted Church MemAnd the Lexington Herald sees a ber,'' is the subject of the sermon an- i.iimmomorato Its four happy years lc again!" he groaned; "I wonder why like Bogle. Mr. Edwards of Louisnounced by Pastor WIIKs, of tho Korea. Tho gift of this class Is one the 8. P. C. A. doesn't agitate for ville Is the avowed candidate of the baptist church, for next Sunday, L8ieclally appropriate, namely a sun- antltlpping legislation?" dial, placed In front of tho Library. July 2, 7MC p. m. Miss Freda Koesche and Miss Vio- The stone Is tho samo as that usvd la Click spent Saturday and Sunday In tho Library, and tho dial Is an at Miss Click's home at Kerby Knob. ancient copper one brought from Canterbury, England, by Pres. Frost, and bearing the Latin motto, "No Venlt," "Night Cometh," which Is If you want to buy from the also tho motto of the class. or -:- - -:- - -:- - -:- - -:- - ANTHONY AMERICAN WIRE FENCE sincerely thank our many friends for tho helpfulness and sym abundantly manifesto! pathy so during the sickness, the death and burial of our infant son. 65 cents. bo-fo- re TATUM'S Paper, Refrigerators, prove than others. , other articles. better that pro-srta- R. H. Chrisman p) Berea, Ky. N PALACE MEAT MARKET v Do You Want to Buy a Good Blue Grass Farm ? e. Do you want to buy a good building lot in Berea and do as others have done, build you a AT THE CANFIELD STAND very best selected stock of GRADUATING And WEDDING PRESENTS comfortable home, educate your children and make a living? PROFESSOR FRANCIS 0, CLARK Or is it a common to medium farm you want at a moderate price for either cash or and in Gold, Gold-fille- d Sterling Silver. Birth Stone Rings and Jewelry. Ubc IRachet Stove ENGRAVING FREE The title "professor"' Is used ruthT lightly in this country for every person engaged in education. Not infrequently Treasurer Osborne and Secretary Qamblo aud President Froit aro addressed as "professors." Tho real title, howovcr, belongs only to those on whom It has been distinctly conferred by a Hoard hav Fancy and Staple Groceries Let us have your order. 4 We also carry an te line ot Confectionery, Fruits and Fresh Vegetables, 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 SAY, you will always get a square deal with Holiday. If interested CALL UPON OR ADDRESS, and at prices to suit the times. We shall be pleased at any time to show you through our .stock andwill 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. Call phone No. 108 or when you have an opportunity come in and see us; we are on Main Street, next door to the Berea, Ky. Post-office, - In In acroH and cottages, four fronting Forest Bt. Investments in well selected real estate ingrowing coin muni ties are sure and safe and bust for small savings, lluy this property and you are buying an Inheritance. I have resident property, store property, and building lots for sale in Herea, ranging In price from $160 up, Improved from 1200 to $5,000. Also bluegrasB farms In Madison and Garrard Co; mountain farms In Jackson and ltockcastle Co. I can suit you In farms anywhere In prices from $1,000 to $20,000. acres, real black walnut blue grass laud In Garrard Co. One farm of 02 2 miles west of Paint Lick, Ky. This farm is nearly all In grass, well improved, and will suit nny ono wanting n splendid farm. If you are planning to buy Itoal Estate, do not delay but write or call on me at once for particulars and terms. five 1- -2 ONLY ONE FARM IN BEREA ton oata grass, original forestry, ten Containing twenty G. D. Room 4, S HOLLIDAY Btrta Bank C& ' Trust Building; J. P. WCKNELL W. I. DOOLEY BEREA, KY. Page Six THE CITIZEN Jum 29, 1911 C?he Movement ,T Is safe to say that no moral crusade crcr In augurated In Hill country linn made v . for a 5afe and Sane tburth ei j vi, The Universal Creed By Dr. Frank Crano In tbo one universal church to which all good men belong, composed ot those of all faiths who honestly live up to tho best thoy know, whether Christian or Pagan, Jew or Gentile, Catholic or Protestant, there Is a certain fundamental creed. Thts, the greatost common divisor of all creeds, may bo thus stated: i. Tho good man sees, acknowledges, and believes In, first of nil, the difference between right and wrong. When tho word ought disappears from one's vocabulary he may bo suro ot moral decay. The ono man abominable to any decent society Is tho man who thluks nothing matters, Wo can tolorato one, even, who doubts there It a Clod, but If ono bellovos there Is no lino between right and wrong, then, as Dr Johnson slid, "let us count our spoons when he leaves." 3. The good man believes that happiness will come to him, permanently, und as n law, only h ho practices doing right Joy, ptare, and bliss are not to be cozened nor Juggled from Ood or nature, but aro the sure portion of them that persistently do what Doing right, ol tbey think rlgbt. course, does not always bring money or fame or other external desired things, but It brings peace and pols to tho soul, as surely as three times five makes fifteen. There are no more exception to this rulo than to n law ol physics or ot geometry. Tho cosmic accuracy runs In spiritual as welt as In material things. 3. The duty (la which lis find happiness) Is first of all to develop his personality. Ood made blm for a purpose; his Joy will consist In finding and fulfilling that purpose He Is not to be some one olso, not to copy; but. using all mastors, to be good-man's TRADE IMPROVES In and About Agricultural Centers Harvest Reports Tend to Excite Business. Now York. It, 0. Dun A Co.'s Week-l- y Itevlew of Trado said: Tho actual volume ot business continues below producing capacity and such Improvement as Is In evidence Is slow, yet the trend Is unquestionably tor tho better, nnd the movement promises to quicken na tho crops approach nearer to l.arvest. It Is noticeable that tho most optimistic trade reports como from thoso .centers close to tbo main agricultural sections. Metals Improve. Further Improvement appears In Iron nnd steel at n tlmo when quietness usually prevails and tho book-In- s of tho leading producers aro steadily Increasing. Tho betterment In trado has oxtondod to pig Iron also, which as heretofore mado a poor showing, Considerable animation la noted In fabrlcatod nnd structural steel, with largo purchases In prospect, 0 while additional orders for about tons of rails havo been placed although Individual contracts aro small. Further readjustment ot prices Includes n cut of 22 per ton on wire 20,-00- j'tI i i "' imTrrTfr"SBi3sBs3ri I raoro rapid prog tlio rcss than movement for "a sane aud snfo It Is Fourth." only a few years Blnco tho Idoa was first suggest 'n Its prescn form, tangible mui yet dozens and of cities towns bavo already adopted It In Its 'most pronounced form, wbllo count teas others Imvo accepted a portion of ,th"o creed, and yot others arc planning It affords ,(o fall Into lino this year. most conclusive evidence of tho Eo of public opinion that In prnc-- ( every community whore tho aafu and sane crusade has taken root ho official action lias been taken nor recommended by tho municipal an sentiment tborltlcs until public spurred them to It. ' ! What Individual deserves credit for first conceiving the Idea of a safo and isano Fourth, and what town or city can lay claim to first putting tho Idea In practice, presents almost as mooted a question as tho famous ono as to ,who first suggested tho name of William McKlntey for' tho presidency Several different persons and several different cities liavo laid claim to the titlo of originator of tho Innovation Perhaps It would be most Just to con products. Dry Goods prices Hold Firm. Tho trend ot business In dry goods Is again toward supplying only needs, tho lack of anticipatory buying by jobbers tending to Increase the volumo ot curtailment by mills. Prices aro firm, and on fino count bleached tottons advances havo been named on small lines. At west ern centers the wool market Is moro qulut, but still considerable business negotiated In a qulot way. Further alight Improvement Is noted In foot wear, though most wholesalers will operato conservatively. Manufactur- H .HHfljVflBRistHBCB y WMWBMMsBKiiCHsBiii?i sWrLlwsPpsM sHHHm B ' tsiiiFaiim sVl sBmi ksHHHHHIH siiHisiijwf iTfiCUiifhW'iiM IslsflsilHiiflsJsHsr WftnraSI h6jsvJfcJiBBytfJBM llliiSSlHSftTSk nlssHHsilllHFsllHiy Y ( .fiwi cede that the plan took shape spontaneously and simultaneously in several different localities, such communities as Cleveland and Washington, D. 0., being among tho first of tho larger cltlca to put tho plan In practice on a comprehensive scale, embracing the whole Jurisdiction of the city involved. The lncenfatlve for this safo and sane movement was found, of course. In the appalling loss of life attendant upon celebrations of tho Fourth way. Perhaps there were In the Just as many accidents proportionately In connection with Independence Day celebrations In the days of our grandfathers as there were Just prior to tills crusade, but then again there may not have boen, for the toy pistol makers and firecracker manufacturers were busy In later years devising "Improvements" In the lino that seemed to prove fruitful of mishaps when In the hands of Irresponsible youngsters. Or even If, as opponents of the safo and sane Fourth havo- elalmcd, the proportion of accidents did not show an Increase the growth In the population of the country served td roll up a. total so much more appalling In sheer force of rlKures that a good many people were aroused on Uie subject Then, too, the perfection of present-"damethods of newsgatberlng has made It po Bible for the newspapers to give a complete chronicle of the havoc of the Fourth on the morning following the day we celebrate, and thin has served to bring home the mutter to many people who nofer suffered from a Fourth of July accident In their own Immediate Tamlly aud circle of friends. When tho statistics began to show, a fow years back, that tho American peoplo wcro expressing their patriotism ot tho Fourth In a manner that each year cost the Hvhs of several doxon porsons mid Injured, moro or loss seriously, sevorat thou-uiiothers, there was a country-wldprotest that swotled In volumo. Not, of courso, without Borne opposition, tho Idea has spread and Its extent may be surmised from tho statement that tho recent failure of ono of the largest fireworks manufacturers In the country was said to be due solely to this new order of things, whereas other importers mid manufacturers of firecrackers and fireworks huve loudly lamented that their t will bo ruined If the tiling goes on. The "safe nud sano Fourth" Is so new that tlieie are few hard and fast rules regarding It. Indtd. n conception of the Idea, differing In wore or less degree, Is encountered In every different city which baa adopted the plan. The basic principle Is not. however, as somo peoplo Bupitose, the abolition of all noise and fireworks on the Fourth, On the contrary, the advocates or the safe uftd sane program favor waving flags and booming guns and sputtering sky rockota and all tho other frills dear to the memories of iiir childhood, but thoy lako the stand that these thing abould be managed aud particularly the Artworks "not off" by experienced bands. of by children and grown-upwho have noise-makin-y d o busl-newd s ltttlo practice with Many of tbo features of the safe and sane this sort of thing Fourth are old friends familiar to us from the Independence Days of the past. For Instance, and who, perhaps thoughtthrough there Is the early morning salute of cannon and lessness, aro very the "exercises," embracing the reading of the careless of other Declaration of Independence by somo local orator safety '"as "JniTati "address of the day" by some celebrity people's well as their own. brought to town for tho occasion. Even tho fire- The extont to' . men's contests and hose races still have honored which a city reguplaces on many of the programs, and so. too, d have the lates the sale of fireballoon ascensions, alg though more likely than not the works and explosives parachuto Jump has now been succeeded by an may bo taken as an aeroplane night Even the "J 5,000 display of fireworks" that rounded out the day under the old Index of the measplan Is retained, only now It Is considered advanure of its adoption rue- evcim mr aw tageous to .have tho rockets and plnwheels and of tho safo and sane all tho other spark throwers set off by profesgospel. Some cities have gono so far as to prosionals sent by the firm that furnishes the dishibit absolutely the sale of firecrackers and fireplay, Instead of leaving It to local talent that works, while others merely limit firecrackers to doesn't get much practice at this sort of thing length of threa inches with a view to eliminating except on the Fourth and at election time, and All the more the deadly "cannon cracker." In consequence Is apt to pay tbo price of blistered progressive municipalities have put a ban on the hands and singed hair. If nothing worse. toy pistols and the miniature torpedoes, which And speaking of fireworks brings to mind the In yoars gono by have probably caused more fact that daylight fireworks play a prominent part deaths than any other similar destructive agent, In most of these now safe and sane celebrations particularly among the younger children. In our of the big summer holiday. Of course, daylight cities It has been necessary for somo flreworka are no new Invention and they bare years past for a retail mercbant to obtain a been used to some extent on the Fourth of July license or police permit to store and sell firefor many years past. Only they have been balled as works, and thus It has been a simple matter for one of the vehicles of celebration specially adaptthe authorities to put a snuffer on tho business ed to the safe and sane scheme, and tho market by refusing to lssuo such permits. has been stimulated accordingly while the manuThe accepted plan of providing n safe and sane noisy facturers have been encouraged by this new decelebration as a substitute for tho mand to Improve their offerings and give greater Jollification la to place the matter In variety In effects. the hands of a committee of prominent citizens, which raises by subscription a fund of several The approved style of daylight firework consists of bombs In the form of large balls, which hundred or several thousand dollars, to defray are shot aloft from mortars Just as are the bombs the expenses of tho common celebration, Just as money Is raised for a street fair. The popular which now have conspicuous place In all pretenFourth of tious displays of night fireworks. The discharge Idea Is to centralize the July celebration. In some places this is done of the gun from which the bomb Is burled skyliterally by holding all tho events of the day at ward in Itself affords sufficient noise to satisfy any lover of 'the rendezvous such as a pubFourth, and when some centrally-locatelic square, a fair ground or a park. In other tho bomb has attained a considerable height It Instances there aro three or four, or roaybo half bursts with a second report and releases a numa dozen, "centers" of celebration located In as ber of tiny flags or streamers of red, white and many different sections of tho city and designed bluo bunting, or mayhap a fanciful design In tisto give the residents of each district a lively sue paper that Is Inflated by the breeze and In floats Fourth without necessitating a Journey far from the form of a snake or dragon or what-no- t borne. gracefully to earth to be graspel by some forTwo main alms are constantly kept In mind by tunate member of tbo struggling throng of chilcommitteemen who plan a Fourth of dren that have watched Its descent. The July frolic in accordance with tho safo and sane tissue pahot air balloons of Ideals of the twentieth century. One of these per are auothor stand-bof tho safe and nine ambitions Is to havo "something doing" every committeemen and In connection with an city celebration hundreds ot these couriers minute of the day so that no critic can say that things are less lively In the old town than In the are dispatched to tho clouds. To lend zest to days when every citizen could make his own the flights fur the youthful spectators It Is somecelebration In his own front yard. The other purtimes the custom to append packages of "prizes" pose Is to arrange features that will enlist the that drop as tho balloon ascends prizes such as of the greatest possible number of fana or flaga or budgos or possibly tickets, each children so that the little folks will not feel that "good for one plate of Ice cream." tbey aro being cheated out of their Fourth of July fun and made to merely serve as spectators AUTHOR OF "MONEY." for tho performances of the grown-ups- . The author of "Money" held a high opinion ot This Utter consideration explains why It Is that the influence exorclsnd by his works, especially "This bpok," he by "Polham," bl first novel. tbo average safe and sane Fourth Includes one plays or spectacles or drills In or more open-ai- r writes, "killed tlyronlsm. It put an end to tho which hundreds of school children and even Sataulo mania and turned the thoughts and amtako part, appropriately dressed In bitions of young gentlemen without neckcloths, red, white aud blue, aud carrying flags or other and young clerks who were sallow, from playing suitable emblems of the occasion. These open-ai- r the Corsair aud boasting that tbey wero villains." fetes are not wholly restricted to the youngIt certainly drew at least one substantial trlb-uat- e According to Lyttoa's bier members of the community, though. Pageantry from a reader. has been growing rapidly In popular favor In this ographer, "amongst the curiosities at Knobworth country of recent years following Its vogue In Is an enormous gold dressing case, elaborately England and elsewhere abroad and of course fitted with every conceivable requirement for tbt tho Fourth of July makes an Ideal occasion for toilet ot an exquisite which was un anonymous such a portrayal, partlculirly If It deals with a gift of some enthusiast to 'the youngs author o' Polhaji), historical subject. time-honorenolse-maklnonce-popula- r old-timfree-for-ad d wide-awake time-honor- come more and moro himself. 4. It Is his duly to bo strong. Its can bo of use to others only as bo bat force in himself. Ho thorcforo slinni all things that tend to weaken his arm, his brain, or his heart. S. His duty is to be clean. Thli Item of tho creed la oldest and newest; oldest. In that clcanslngs were. a part of every early religion, the cou mands'of Moses, for Instance abound ing In many lustra! rites; newest. In that tho ono lesson of modern tclence Is the power and safety of tbo antiseptic life. The devil's name aa far as bodily health and mental elenrnesi and spiritual vigor Is concerned, li dirt Dirt Is tbo one enemy to b hated with all one's soul and to be fought unto ono's last breath. C. His duty Is to be brave. The basic sin of all sins Is cowardice. Tho high er the realm of life In which wo move the more dangerous Is any kind ol fear. And the most deadly of all fears Is the fear ot the truth, or the fear for the truth. Any man or Institution that fights to preserve himself or itself, for tho sako of "expediency," that la to nay, .for fear the truth might do harm, any man or Institution, In the words ol Zangwlll, that proposes to live antl die In ers aro confronted with a higher leather market, but as yet no readjustment ot prices on a higher basis Is noted. There Is a regular demand for shoo leathers to meet curront requirements, but for most descriptions ot solo and upper present trading Is not active enough, although the markets havo iihown a gradual Improvement for come time past. Tho domestic hide markets continue In n strong position, but at tho higher quotations, tanners aro holding off, with the result that trading In both packer and country hides has been ot much smaller volumo than for several weeks past In Cotton Goods. Dradatrcct's reported: Cotton goods buying for the futuro is still quiet nnd production la restricted, but a hopeful vlow Is taken as to tho future because of the general ngrcomcnt that crop conditions havo Improved, and that a record crop at lower prices Is possible "an autocasm without facts," Is tude of all other creatures. In bit power to be actuated by unselfish motives he becomes aa a god compared to tho beasts. THE MARKETS Ho lives for bis wife, his children, bis friends, bis country, bis race; so In widening waves his Cincinnati Grain Market flows. The good man thereforo bates Flour Winter patents 4a4.25, do Ho despises no family I2.85a3.10, low grade 22.5ua no living creature. human being. 2.60. bard patent I4.90a5.i5, do fancy In blm Is a centrifugal power out- 24.15a4.50. Wheat No. 2 rod 85a90c, flowing to Inundate tbe universe. No. 3 red 79n85c. No. 4 red 70a79c. 8. From this love arise all graces Corn No. 2 whlto 59c, No. 3 white and virtues as naturally aa peaches 68a58Hc No. 2 yellow 68a59c, grow from peach trees. Loving all hs No. 3 yollow CSaSSHc. No. 2 mixed cannot soil a soul, nor wrong a fellow 57a57Vic No. 3 mixed 66V4o57. Oats-- No. being, nor hurt wantonly, cor usurp, 2 white 4G4a46c, standard white nor push for precedence, nor bo un- 45a45ttc No. 3 whlto 41a41c. kind, nor In any way drift Into tbe Cincinnati Live Stock. low, polsoa life of egoism. Cattlo Shippers 25.2Sa$.10, butcher 0. His one aim, last of all. Is to steors, extra 5.75u6, good to choice serve. Strong In himself, fearless and St.85a5.G5, heifers, extra S5.75a6, good loving, be arises at length to tho platform where stands he who was called to choice St.75a5C5. cows, extrt 24.60 s "tbe first born among many brethren." n4.75, good to choice I3.75a4.50, 21.50a2.75. Hulls Uologna JU He Is tbe master's companion and also can put away all cheap .success, all 4.50, extra 24.C5a4.75, Calves Extra, luxuries ot greed and dominance, and 18.25, fair to good 27a8, comlargo 24a7. nnd Hogs mon repeat bis master's words; "Let blm who would bo greatest Good to chslco packers and butchcra among you be servant of alt. I, too, 2.55a6.C0, mixed packors 2C.50a6.60, come nor to be ministered unto, but to common to choice heavy fat sows, S4,75o5.60, pigs (110 lbs and less). minister." Sheep Good to choice, 2Sa6.35. light, 23.10a3.50, good to cho.co heavy, The 8uprme Message. Lambs-Ex- tra 27.35a7.40. Christ shall be first or not at all. S2,75a3. In tbo lives of men lot us live nobler, Cincinnati Miscellaneous. try" to be better and truer to ourselves Poultry Hens, lOtfc, spring chick-en- s and give our testimony whenever tbe 18a20c. lb., ducks, 15c, turkeys, opportune time coraos. Iter. C. K. 13a, goese 5a7c. Eggs Prime flrsu Carpenter, Methodist Episcopal, dales lSttc, firsts 13 He Hutter Creamery, burg. III. extra 25V4c; firsts 21c; fancy dairy. Fancy, 25.60a6 a bbl. 16 He. Applos No Substitute. choice 2Ea5.50 a bbl. Carrots HomeInterest In art, letters and archltec. grown 12Hal5c a ddz. Celery Louisture, success In business politics and iana Ma$0c bunch. Eggplants 22.50a social life, loyalty to clubs, creeds and 2.76 crate. Lemons California, 25a6. rituals wilt not satisfy the soul's native tblrat tor Ood. There are no sub- Onions New Orleans 2a2.50 sack. Potatoes-Mo- bile stitutes for Ood, Iter. A. Petty, Con Oranges 23.25aJ.75 box. bu.. Michigan, ntt regattonullst, gnrlngfleld, Maud, bbl. radio-dynamican-ner2 doomed. 7. His duty Is to love. Although, according to the foregoing points In the creed, he Is to develop self und be clean, brave, and strong, yet bo Is to And bis motive for all this and the end for which bo docs all this, outsldo and not lastdo ot himself. It Is at this point that he rises, Ilk an aeroplane leaving the runway on the ground and soaring aloft; here thi man leaves tho company and simili- uslness Failures. failures In tho United. States for the week ending June S3 Mere 322, against 212 last week; 137, Inane like week of 1910; 123 in 1909; 258 In 190$ and ISO In 1907. Business failures In Canada for the week number 1C, which compares with 27 last week nud 20 In the like week ot 1010. The Export Trade. Wheat, lncludng flour exports from the United States nnd Canada for tho week ending Juno 22 aggregate bushels, against 2,070,062 bushels last week and 1,705,515 bushels this week last year. For the CI weeks ending June 22 exports are 120,795,356 bushels, against 141,5(1,127 bushels In tbo corresponding period last year. 6 Corn exports for tho week aro bushels, against 832,730 bushels last wck nnd J 98,827 bushels In 1910. For tbe 51 weks ending Juno 22 corn exports aro 49.649.SC9 bushels, against 27,830,201 bushels last year Ruatncss 907,-C3- 3.76ai STORY ERIAL ELUSIVE ISABEL By JACQUES FUTRELLE lltajtratt ky M. KETTNER Uwl. II. 7 ! INH llrrlll Odv, SYNOPSIS. Count dl Itnalnl. the tinllun amoaa-aado- r. I at dinner with dlplnmata In the national capital when a mrairnicrr brines a note directing--I him to com tn If re n lirautlful the rmbaaar at once. young woman aaka that ihe be Riven a ticket to tn embaimy hall. The tick fl t la made out In the name nf Ml Thome. Chief Campbell or the aecrrt aervlce. and Mr Urlmm, hi head detective, are warned that a ilot of the rarea Knallah apeak-I- n Iatlnrace laarralnat the In brewing waalilnictnn. and Grimm goes to tha itato ball for Information, In n conservatory hla attention la called to Mlsa Isabel Thome. CHAPTER - That was all, apparently. fre sort quiring looks, and tti sTtftitlMN Mittrt clatter of tho fan against tho arm of of the orchestra, far away, tillered, the chair ran on meanlnglcasly after then ceased. There was one brief (bat Instant of utter silence In which white-face"May I bring you an leer Mr. women clung to tho arras of Grlmm asked at last their escorts, and the brilliant galaxy "If you will, please," responded the of colors halted. Then, after n moscnorlla, "and when you come back ment, there enme clearly through th I'll rewsrd you by presenting you to stillness, tha excited, guttural comMiss Thcrnc. You'll find her charm. mand of tha German ambassador. Ing; and Mr. Cadwaltader has monop"Keep, on blayltig, yeu tam fools! Keep on Maying!" olized her long enough." Mr. Grlmm bowed and left her. He Tho orchestra started again tremuhad barely disappeared when Mr. lously. Mr. Grimm nodded a silent Rankin lounged along In front of Miss approval of the ambassador's comThorne, Ho glanced at her, paused mand, then turned away to his left, In and greeted her cffuslwry. the direction of tho shot. After the "Why, Mlia Thorne!" ho MteUlroed. first dismay, there waa a general move "I'm delighted to sec you here. 1 en raent of tho crowd tn that direction, movement which was checked by dcrstood you would not be present, Mr. Campbell's appearance upon a and" Their hands met In a friendly clasp chair, with a smllo on his blapd face. "No tiara done," he called. "One as she roso and moved away, wtth a A ot the officer present dropped his re nod of excuse to Mr. Cndwalladcr. thin slip of paper, thrlco folded, volver, and It wns accidentally dispassed from Mr. Rankin to her. She charged. No harm done." tugged at her glove, and thrust the litThere was n moment's excited chatbreaths of relief, the tle paper, still folded. Insldo the palm. ter, "Is It yes, or no?" Miss Thorno orchestra swung agajn Into the Inter rupted rhytnm, ana tne dancers asked In a low tone. moved on. Mr, Grlmm went straight "Frankly, I can't toy," was-th- o to his chlrf, who bad stepped down "lie read the message," sho ex- from tho chair. Two other secret plained hastily, "and now he has gone service men stood behind hlra, blocking the doorway that opened Into a to decipher It" Sho gathered up her trailing skirts narrow hall. "This way," directed tho chief over one arm, and together they glided away through the crowd (o tho strains tersely. Mr. Grlmm walked along beside Mm. of a Strauss waltz. "I'm going to faint In a moment," They skirted the wod of tho ballroom she said quite calmly to Mr. Rankin. until thty came to another door open"Plcaso have me sent to tho ladles' ing into tho ba(L Chief Campbell pushed It open, and entered. One of dressing room." his men stood Just Insldo. "I understand," ho replied quietly. "What was It, Gray?" asked Ui d deep-draw- n re-Pl- Jehovah's Suffering Servant fcWsy Scaoal Lhim BEREft Five Great Schools Under One Management ; fr JJ t, Mil Specialty Arrancad (or This Paptr FR THE ' ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF LKKSON TRXT-Ua- lah MEMORY VKIlSF.ft-M:- t-. ClOi.DEff TEXT The on Mm the Iniquity of ua The lesson la from tha the1 Hook of Isaiah. 6J:13; 63:12. THE MOUNTAINS -- Lord hath laid all." Ian. SS:S. second part of whenever written It belongs to. tha time of the exile, Just before, tha return. It brought hope, Inspiration, Instruction, life, and light In the darkest period In the history pf Israel. God's peculiar peoplo wero In cxllo among heathen populations. Their homeland, Palestine, bad been devastated. Jerusalem lay In ashes. Tho templo wns n heap of ruins. The nation was like tho stump ot a mighty tree which bad been cut down. The tree had been cut down because It to bear the good fruit tor which God had planted It Hut In captivity tho people had been learning their lesson, and tho tlmo had come when It was posslblo for a new shoot to spring up from tho barren stump, and n renewed nation to tako up Its appointed mission. Rut tn 'order to do this, the nation must bo made to see clearly what they must bo and do, an4 the deepest motives toward this end be inspired within them. All this Is a parable for tho world. It throws no llttlo light on our lesson to realize Its relation to the prophecy as a whole. According to nil critics tho wholo lesson really fifty-thirfifty-secon- d III. (Continued.) CHAPTER IV. chief. "Dead?" "Only wounded, i'.e'a In that room," and be Indicated a door a llttlo way down tho hall, "FaTrchlld, two servants and a physician are with him." "Who shot him?" "Don't know. We found him lying In The Fleeing Woman. Mr. Grlmm went straight to a quiet glanced GrimmIdly toward Miss nook of the smoking-rooand there, Thome. She wna still talk Inc. her after a moment, Mr. Campbell Joined face' allto with Interest; and tho (an him. The bland benevolence of the wai atlll tapping rhythmically, stead- chief's face waa disturbed by the ily, now on the arm of her chair. slightest questioning uplift of his Dotdanhdot! brows as he dropped Into a seat opposite. Mr. Grlmm, and lighted a cigar, "Pretty women who don't want to Mr. Grlmm raised his hand, and a go with their feces servant who stood near, approached bo stared at should swslicd," Mr. Orlmm suggested, Indo- them. lently. "Haroun cl Raschld there "An Ice here," Mr. Grlmm directed, would agree with me on that point. 1 tersely. have no doubt. What a shock be Tho servant bowed and disappeared, would get If he should happen up at and Mr. Grlmm hastily scribbled someAtlantic City for a weekend In Au- thing on a sheet of paper and handed gust I" It to his chief. "Dot-dasdot! 'There Is a reading, In tho Morse code, of n message that seems to be unMr. Grimm read It with perfect unintelligible," Mr. Grlmm explained. derstanding; It was "F F F" In tho "I have reason to believe It Is In tho Morso code, the call of ono operator Continental code. You know the ConMr. tinental I don't" to another. Was It accident? Orimru wondered, and wondering, ho Mr. Campbell read this: went on talking lastly: "St5ut man fed qaje neat JSnsef-atlf,- " "Curious, Isn't It, tho smaller tho naand then came tho unknown. tion tho more color It crowds Into tho uniforms of Its diplomats? The Drills h ambassador, yon will observe. It clothed sanely and modestly, as befits the reprcscntatlre of a great nation; but coming on down by way of Spain and Italy, thty gel moro gorgeous. However, I daro any as stout a heart Sonorlta Rodriguez laughed, and Mr. "Scnor Alvarez of the Mexican gation, was shot" was the reply. le- tho hall here." Still .followed by" Mr. Grlmm, chief entered the room, and together they bent over tho wounded man. The bullet had entered tho torso Just below the ribs on the left side. "It's a clean wound," the physician was explaining. 'The bullet passed through. There's no Immediate danger." stared about him In bewilderment; then alarm overspread his fas, and he mado spasmodic efforts to reach the Insldo breast pocket of his coat Mr. Grlmm obligingly thrust bis hand Into the pocket and drew out Its contents, the while Senor Alvarw Struggled frantically. "Just a moment," Mr. Grlmm advised quietly. "I'm only golug to let you see It It Is here. Is It?" Ho herd the papers, one by one. In front of the wounded man, and each time a shake of the head was bis answer. At last Senor Alvarez closad his eyes again. (TO BE CONTINUED.) trs h Senor Alvarez opened his yes, and chapter of to tho ending at the Isaiah, the twelfth verso. The prophecy consists of 27 chapters, of which tho Is the central one, making the whole prophecy to consist of three sections. First, tho first thirteen chapters are a trumpet call to the captive Isrealltes who have been "hanging their harps on the willows," unablo to "sing tha songs ot Zlon," to awake to faith In God, and obedience and loyalty to him, and to be prepared for their deliverance. Second: Chapter 63 presents the means by which the redemption can bo accomplished, tbe heroic scrvlco of bis people, and 'the supremo love of bis son. Third: Tbe succeeding thirteen chapters present tho results of tho redeeming nation,, and tho redeemed flfty-thlrd g Are you not far advanced? Thcn enter tho Hero you FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. 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Bcrca Has the Training That Is Best For YOU. Berea College The College Itself stands apart from all the other schools under Mb man Acement and has long maintained the highest standards known in the South. To conform to tho Carnegie standards we havo diminished our former requirements! Required and elective etudles with opportunity to concentrate in particular lines. Largest college library In Kentucky. " Laboratories) equipped for student practice. Coursed leading to the degrees of A. B., B. J 8., B. L., and B. Ped. MUSIC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory, Band, may be taken for special fees In connection with work in any of tbe above schools. world. beata beneath a sash as tho embellished black of evening dress." F," the fan was calling sky-blue bo-hi- "FF ANCIENT ISRAEL USED INK on And then the answer canio. It took the unexpectedly prosaic form of a violent sneeze, vociferous outburst In n bench dlrccrry behind Mr. Grimm. Rodriguez. Jumped, Hcnorlta then laughed, nervously, "It startled me," she cxplnlncd. "t think there must be a draft from the conservatory," Raid a man's voice apologetically. "Do you ladles feel It? No? Well, If you'll excuse me?" Mr. Grimm glanced back languidly. Wlnthrop Tho speaker was Charles Rankin, n brilliant young American lawyer who was attached to tho German embasry In an advisory capacity. Among other things he was a Heidelberg man, having spent some doicn years of his life In Ocrmany, where he established Influential connections. Mr. Orlmm know him only by sight. And now tho rhythmical tapping of Miss Thome's fan underwent a change There was n flutter of gaiety In her volco tho whtlo tho Ivory fan Writings of Bible Times Inscribed Potsherds Have Been Found In Samaria. tapped steadily. "Dot-dot-do- t! Dash 6 I I Dash!" u t." Mr. Grlmm rend In pleasantly at Morse. He laughed tome remnrk of his companion. "Dash-dash! Dot-das- "S t Dash-dot!- aald tho fan. "if a n." Mr. Grlmm spelled It out, the whllo his listless eyes roved aimlessly over tho throng. "8 t 5 u t m a nl" Was It meant for "stout man?" Mr. Grlmm wondered. Dot! Dish dot dot!" "F c d," that was. Dot-dash- ! dot-dnn- h Dash dot! Dot!" was "Q a J o!" Mr. Grlmm nuzzled a llttlo now, but thcro was not a wrinkle, nor tho tiniest Indication of perplexity In his face. Instead he talking of Raphael's cherubs, the remark being called Into llfo by the high complexion of a young man who was passing. Miss Thorne glanced r.t him keenly, her splcwlld eyes fairly aglow, and tho fan rattled on In the code. "Dash-dot- ! Dot dash! Dot! bo-fa- n No a f." Mr Grlmm was atlll spelling It out Then came a perfect tumble. Mr. Grlmm followed It with difficulty, a difficulty utterly belled by the quizziAs be cal lines about his mouth. caught It, It was llko this: "J 5 n s e f v a t 5 f,M followed by an arbitrary signal which Is not In the Morse coda: Mr. Grlmm carefully stored that Jumble away In some recess of his brain, along with the unknown signal. e t," he read, and then, on to tto end: j "B f I n g I w b ej c g "D5 That tho ancient Israelites had I cheap and easy method of sending written messages which was In fairly common use Is now an established fact said Gcorgo A. Rclsncr, assistant professor ot Egyptology at Horvard. whe for the last fourteen years has been conducting excavations In Egypt and Palestine. Professor Retsncr Just returned on tho Campania. "Wo wero excavating In Samaria, Mr. Grlmm Was Spelling It onco capital ot the northern kingdom Out. of Israel, In 1908, when wo camo upon; . "That," hd ex- tho palaco of the Israelite kings. Last plained, "Is Y In tho Continental summer we found on the floor ot one ol code." It went on: "d55f bflng Ever tho chambers of tho palaco a numbci when c g5es," ot potsherds and on these shards were Tho chief read It off glibly: written messages; they related tr "Stout man. red face, near conserv- tithes or taxes paid to the king, and atory door, Ilrlng over when G goes." wero written in nn Ink mado of pun "Very well!" commented Mr. Grlmm carbon or lampblack. Tbeae. perhaps, ambiguously. are tho earliest specimens ot IsraellU With no word ot explanation, he work contemporaneous with tho Bible rose and went out, pausing at tho door They were written In the rclcn ol to take the Ico which the servant was King Ahab." Now York Evening Post bringing In. The scat whoro he had Would Chase Cats. left Senorita Rodriguez was vacant; so wns the chair whero Miss Thorno Tho other night a New York mn had been. He glanced about Inquirvisited friends In a Now Jersey town ingly, and a servant who stood stolidwhero police dogs help tho local tore ly near the conservatory door ap- In routing out burglars. These dogi proached him. are highly trained. "Pardon, sir, but the lady who was "In spite ot that," said the man, sitting here," and ho Indlcatod the "Max,, which I bellevo Is considered chair whore Miss Thorne had been sit- the best of them, cannot bo trained ting, "fainted while dancing, and the to leave a cat alone. Ills Job Is td lady who was with you went along go around at night with a policeman1 when she was removed to tho ladles' and circle houses. It he finds a burdressing-room- , sir." glar at work he Is trained to cbas Mr. Grimm's teeth closed with a llt- him out Into the open, whore tho potlo map. licemen can get at him. Dut If Mai "Did you happen to notice any time finds a cat on his trip around t this evening a stout gentleman, with house It Is all off wtth his Job. Ha red face, near tho conservatory door?" chases that cat until pursuit Is useho asked. less. I don't know what he would do The servant pondered a moment It he caught a cat, because be Is kept muzzled, but his nature tells blm cats then shook his head. "No, sir." aro to be worried and he annoys "Thank you." them all be can In splto of his trainMr. Grlmm was Just turning away, ing." when there camo the sharp, vibrant l of a revolver, somowhere off Rhodes' Art Fad. Although Cecil Rhodes was a busy to his left. The president! That was his first thought One glance across man he got tlmo for a certain amount tho room to where tho chief exocutlvo ot reading. He made It a rule, al stood. In conversation with two other though very fond ot good pictures, gentlemen, reassured htm. The cbel never to buy any tor fear ot developeric bluo eyes ot the president hsd ing a craze for collecting works ot opened a llttlo at the sound, then he art, for with all hts wealth he fell to spend so calmly resumed the conversation. Mr. that be could Urlmtn Impulsively started toward the much money on a fad. The onli .tttle group, but already a cordon was famous painting that he owned wni being drawn there a cordon of quloU one tV Sir Joshua Reynolds, suppose J men, unobtrusively to represent a young married woman faced, koen-eyeforcing their way through the crowd. which hung In the dintng-fooovei he bad There was Johnson, and Hastings, the fireplace. As a great fancy to the plcturo, ntu) and DIaIr, and half u dozen others. The room had been struck dumb. when be grew up and became rich bi TUeo dancers stopped, with tens. In bought It dashdot-dash-dnshcra-a-shnot-aSor- to salvation, but to scrvlco," or rather as In tho caso of any Individual, the nation was elected to salvation that It might be ot scrvlco. It was necessary that the "servant" who was to carry out God's purposo of saving the world should bo a nation, from the condition of tbe ancient world. "Of all possible combinations ot men the nation was the only form which in the ancient world stood n chance ot sur viving in the struggle for existence." The servant of God was tho nation ol Israel. Jesus Christ did God's service for tbe world's redemption by bearing tbe sorrows and etna of man. His suffer ings were not because be himself had done wrong, but In order that h might savo us from them. Ho bore them on his heart and sympathy. He bore them away by his healing power. Ho boro them as the martyr and the hero suffers that ho may save the oppressed and tho wronged and persecuted from their suffering!!. He bore them away by transforming them Into character. He boro them by giving bis llfo for our sins, so that by removing eln bo removed most of the griefs of man. Christianity has been the chief power In removing the griefs and sorrows ot mankind. The prophet foresees tbeso things fulfilled In Jesus Christ. Tho picture In theso rcrses is almost a photograph of what took place flvo hundred years later. Ho was oppressed, his suffer ings were unjustly inflicted on him. Read the story of his trial. Ho opened not hie mouth Jn protest Ho submitted to tho wrong. Jesus was put to death with the wicked on tho cross, and they thought to bury blm In a criminal's grave They appointed his grave with the wicked, but by a striking providence the sarao authority gave permission to a rich man. Joseph of Arlraathea, who provided him with an honorable burial tomb. In bis own Yet It pleased the Lord because be saw the good to bo gained. He shall see his seed, bis spiritual descendants. filled with his spirit and carrying out bis plans. He shall prolong his days. Ho rose from tbe dead, ascended to heaven, and Is the everlasting leader and king. Of all kings lie Is the most glorious. Of all kingdoms his is tho largest, noblest, best beyond all comrock-hewn Tbe scrvlco of God was a commission to witness and prophesy for God upon earth." Israel was "elected not Questions Hnswered Berea, Friend of Working Students. Berca College, with its affiliated Institution. It requires certain fees, but schools, is not a money-makintt expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for students to cam nnd save lu every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, wlthcareful regulations to jjrotect tho character and reputation of the young people'. I3ur students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For nny who may bo sick the College provides doctor and nurso without extra charge All except those with parents In Berea live in College buildings, and assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to tho valuo of their labor. Except in winter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their expenses. Write to tho Secretary before coming, to securo employment vary PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is tho best, but as students must attend classes regardlets of tho weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellaa nnd overshoes are necessary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas nhl other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really bolow cost. The College asks no rent for the fine buildings la which students live, charging only enough room rent .to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of beddliit; and towels. Kor table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week. In tho fall, and n.r0 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Oeposit," as guarantee for cf room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and Is returned etc bed-C'n- ro Second nn "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care of school build-I- : hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of tea. hers all our Instruction Is a free gift). Tho Incidental Fee for most e:.:tlcr.ts ts J5.00 a term, JC.00 In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 in Colic ?. t;n the student departs. c!ats courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental feo and room rent by the term, beard by tbe halt term. Installments, are as follows: Vocational FALL TERM " Academy and Foundation School. ' nnd Normal. College. ? 7.0t Incidental Feo Room Board. 7 week t 13. 1911 1, 1911 5.00 C.60 3.45 1 COO 7.00 (. 7.00 9.45 123.45 9.45 $32.90 $32.40 $ Amount duo Sept. Board 7 weeks, duo Nov. $20.05 9.45 J29.50 $23.00 $ 5.00 f 12.45 9.43 $31.90 Total for term If cald In advance WINTER TERM $3M0 $ 6.0(5 Incidental Fee Room Board, C weeks 14, 1912 6.00 9.00 $20.00 9.00 7.20 0.00 $22.20 9.00 . - 7.00 7.20 9.00 "Amount duo Jan. 3, 1912 Board C weeks, due Feb. Total for term If paid In advance.. SPRING TERM $23.20 9.00 $32.20 $31.70 $ 7.00 ..7 .....$29,00 $28.60 $ .$31.20 $30,70 $ C.OO pare . far-of-f Incidental Pee Room Board. 5 weeks Amount duo March 27, 1913 Board 0 weeks, duo May t, 4912 -- 5.00 vision of Jesus, and ot This the redeemed world, Is ono ot the strongest proofs of a revelation from God. Professor Ramsay declares that the Dlblo is unique among ancient re ligions In that "to tho Hebrew proph ets, and to them alono, tho better nge lay always n future. "Tho best Is yet to bo, Tbe last of llfo for which the first was made." We see In this lesson tbe one source of power for saving man, and transforming tbe world. Tbo path ot un selfishness is tbe path to power. The business of all followers of Jesus Is to bo servants of Jehovah, to do as far in them lies the samo kind of service that Jesus did. " C.75 C.75 . 5.00 6.75 . $15.75. 6.75 $22.50 $22.00 $17.75 0.75 $24.50 $24.00 $18.75 C.75 $23.50 Totol for term If paid In advance $25.00 Plan Now, Some September 13th young man ot young woman can ret an education at Any Berea If there Is tho will to do so. It U a great advantage to start In the Fnll and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time In tins public schools going over and over tho same things, when they might be Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting in on now studies with tome of tbe best young men and women from other counties and States. Make your plant to come September 13th. For Information or friendly advlco write to the Secretary. able-bodie- atoj uki Those who discourage us tbe most In an undertaking aro the first to tell us "I knew you would succeed," when we havo attained success. Will . Gamble, berea, ky. Page Eight. RTiT CITIZEN. June 39, 1911. turo of tho gamo waa tho pitching ot Vcnnblo, striking out 16 mon 8. P. Cntiillll received a fine bird pup as a present from Hobert Cecil. Singing school and prayer mooting at tho Presbyterian church every Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. ISLAND CITY place. Tho Rer. Phelps of Coppr Crook was In Boone, Monday. Saui. M B M x o East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else ! la f corrttpca4tae paMUatt aakM il(e4 la fan ty tat wiltir. Iht atsit t for pablleatloa, tat at aa trMtact at rood falta, Wtltt aklaly. o0lOotoaiotoHOioaoHoonoWO DANK REPORT On Juno 23, 1911, tho Stato Bank Kxamtner examined tho Jackson Co. Dank and found It In excellent con dltlon and being well managed. Since tho organization ot this bank It has had great success and tho deposits nro Increasing rapidly. Oftott00totoo10)aot0tot0i0t) ness. Tho Sunday School of this placo will haro a picnic on tho fourth of July In Dr. Ilornsuy's grove. There will be games and other Interesting exercises, Mrs. Rhoda an aged and highly respected citizen of Sexton, died last night. Dr. Wra. B. Hornsby has passed a very satisfactory examination before tho Stato Board ot Medicine. Dr. 0. Al-Je- n, JACKSON COUNTY CLOTKlt BOTTOM. Clover Bottom, Juno 26. Tho division Board ot Education In Educational Division No. 6 met at tho I.ong Branch school houso on tho 24th Inst, and employed tho following teachers for tho year 1911-1No. 1, N. J. Tuttlo of Sand Gap; Sub District No. 2, Hardin Long of Berca; Sub District No. 3, Ida Abney, Clover Bottom; Sub Dlstrht No. 4. (vacant), Sub District No. P, WUIlo Dean of Clover Bottom; Bub cf District No. 6, drover Drow Clover Bottom; Sub District No. 7, H. N. Dean, of Clover Bottom; Sub District No. 8, Stella Sparks of Sub District No. 9, Emma Garrett ot Brassfleld; Sub District No. 11', Laura Smith of Kerby Knob; Sand SHb District No. 11 (.vacant) Gap Lodge of I. O. O. K. on Juno 24 elected the following officers for tho next six months. Clevo Hurst. N. 0., M. H. Smith, V. O., E. M. Stonerfee, Eg-lo- n; Saturday, and report .avnlertlme. L. O. Lester, Sunday Lovl McCluro, Ben Browning Is on tho sick list this who has been at Whlto Hall, workweek. Henry Campbell of Sextons ing for 0. Davis, has returned home. Creek visited frlonds and relatives Luther Kindred was at Harts, Satat this place Inst week. Mrs. Beito urday night Mifsog Ella and Daisy Maupln Is on tho sick list Mr. and Lako attended church at Macedonia, Mrs. BUI Estrldge and Miss Llxzle Sunday. Rov. Jaa. Lunsford of DreyClark visited tho lattcr'a sister, Mrn. fus will preach at Harts chapel, SunHobcrt Clark of Coal Springs, tut day night and probably Sunday evenweek. Tho death angel visited tho ing, on July 2. Miss Elizabeth Mcl.oino of Mrs. Martha Miller, June 11 Cluro haa gono to Indiana to spend und took ono ot its precious Jewels, a few months with her brother and Llttlo Mary Jane, who was only two grandparent. Robert McKlnnry of Sho Berea waa at the singing services, months and fifteen days old. sufforcd a great deal but her suf- Saturday night John Davis and fering Is over. Her remains were Pearl McCluro were at Big Hill, Salaid to rest In tho family burying turdaysMr. W. B. Lake of Silver rround near this placo, Tho bereav- Creek Is ablo to be out again. Wo ed family have our heartfelt aro proud to say our Sunday School Is progressing fine with Miss Min- - Lambert, tho railroad foreman at Brush Creek, waa visiting homo folks near, Snider, Sunday. A, D, Lovctt nado a business trip to Rockford, ast week. HOCKIOR!) Rockford, June 26. Wo havo been Laving some showers were which needed very much. Misses Mame and Stislo Gulnn visited Mrs, J. A, Gulnn, Saturday night. Mlfs Flora VUrs, who has boon visiting relatives at Berea, returned, Tuesday, A mad dog passed thru here, Monday, and waa chased two miles by Dan Cameron aud J. W. Todd. It wont toward CliSunday Iss Eva Chadwell, one max but was finally killed by Gran-vill- o Miller, Undo Ely Coffee, who ot Korea's students, wilt teach at Mc- has been sick for soma tlmo is now Island City, June 23. Corn crops are looking good and wheatcrops aro rinc. 11, d. Peter's com crib was burned, Wednesday night, Juno 7th, It Is not known, up to this time, how tho flro occurred. Wm. Mays In company with his wlfo and tlin-daughters left, Thursday, for a visit In Cincinnati. A. Bowman preach cd to a largo crowd at Walnut drove, bettor. Saturday and Sunday ant regular meeting days at the Baptlnt church at Scaffold Cane. CLIMAX JlsaKSaaaaHalaaliaaVBaflHMP HfllftBlHtHalaH IEaF IB Climax, Juno 24 Corn and gardens look eoino better now at this place sinco we havo been having good rains. Barlow Clark aud family visited Grant York, last Sunday. Rev. A. J. Ballnger was preaching at White Springs, Jackson County, Sitnday.f f f n It l lainn Dauttna ftlhlUUVVl kMtSi v PM, KVVIUI nit nn HaI On Cay school at Goochland, Suaday.l-llr- o. Dlllard I'arker filled hit refi(i- . . ' I .. inr aiUKJiiiujiriu ni ow nope, Ivf Si abSs EZiJBKit&i .bbbWB'JbbbK IKC SBaHatarVsaVtaaaHaaaaV HssBVaWaVsfaaBV I I Secretary, Jacob Hellard, Treasurer aud O. J. Wild. D. D. M. Dr. Settle was called yesterday to this place to seo Roy Dean who Is very low with malaria fever. Jesso Land 0! Wanetta Is visiting friends here. Jacob McKlnncy's wife Is very low. Sbe la about 70 years old, Is blind and has pneumonia. SAND GAP. Sand Gap, June 24. The drought is somewhat broken in this section and crops are looking much better. Mrs. G. V. Clemmons who has been on the sick list for sometime Is slowly Improving. Bert Axblll of Berea was in this vicinity recently doing dental work. Iter. Ball who failed to fill his appointment at this place Saturday and Sunday Is reported to bo very 111 Our late representative, W. A. Cope, was here this week, on business, and stayed over night with has J. R. Durham. J. G. Durham returned from Berea where he has been teaching. Amie Powell returned, Tuesday, from Manchester, Clay County, where she went to take the teacher's examination. Mrs. Hattle Alumbaugh visited Mrs. Lucy Durham, of Friendship Lane, Tuesday. Jesse Durham found a bee tree, last week that Is" a record breaker for 1911. J. G. Durham visited his brother, Charles, ot Happy Heights, last week. vlio has bcii 011 tho sick list for ru long, Is not Improving very fait. H. T. Hon went to McKce, Jaok- Jion County, on business, Saturday K. J. Dooley made a business trip .to Johnetta, today. I. Rector killed a good sized rattle suako In bis field a few days ago. Mr. Tip 8mlth got soino of his fingers sawed off nt I ho Band mill the other day. Wo arc m.rry to hear of th. accident to Mr. Smith. Mrs. Sarah L. Rector and family were visiting her sou, J. M. Rector, Sunday. Johnotta Is booming now. Coal mining and the branch lallroad work Is the order of tho da. Isaac Roctor made a buMnesa trlj to Mt. Vernon, Tuesday. On Ust Wednesday, after a narrow escaM of being bitten, Isaac Rector succ?d- td In killing a largo copperhead snako that was round In bis blacksmith shop. ESTILL COUNTY 1VA!MtNVIt.!.K Wagorsvllle, Juno 26. Mr. and Mrs. James Wagers and little daugh ter, Gladys, of Berea are visiting relatives hero this week. Mr. Tom (xttsfr I I 1 k G. Maggard returns to this place next week when ho will be glad 10 meet those needing dental service. Every one reports a good corn crop thus far. Vegetables and fruits will bo plentiful. Produce merchants report dull markets. Eggs are seven and a half cents per dozen. Chickens, old, aro six and fryers bring ready tales at fifteen cents. Corn is seventy-five Jreebom's JSanner. from bcr mountain bctgbt, Ulnfurleo bcr etanoaro to tbc air, Sbe tore tbc a3urc robe of niflbt, Hno 0Ct tbc stars of glors tberc; Sbe minolcb wttb its oorocous ofcs Gbe mllhp baloric of tbc shies, Hub stripco its pure celestial wbttc "cmitb strcaUinos of tbc mornino liobt. Tftlbcn frccc-o- 1 m - i i. tt..An i. ... and Annlo Flynn entertained a number of friends, Sunday. Sunday Collum school house this fall. Wm. Mays, Capt. Short and G. J. Gentry CLAY COUNTY HUIININQ cents per bushel. SPBINGS tele-pho- Burning Springs, June 23. Jack Itawllngs, ono of the London linemen, is at home for a short time. Mrs. Stephen Clarkston of Bader visited friends hero on last Monday. Miss Annio Powell of Kerby Knob vlsltod her many friends 1;to while enroute to the examination at Manchester. Mrs. Luther McCol-- I urn of Little Gooso, spent a few days vtlth her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. J. 1 "Rinkersley. There were s'xtytwo applicants in the examination l.int week at Manchester. Tho Spelling and the Theory and Practice work were considered difficult. Tho other subjects wore a fair test of one's ability to teach. Mrs. Pierson Lunsford U critically 111 and with very little hope for a speedy recovery. Miss Cora Hart and Messrs. Pearl Horns-b- y and Gilbert White are visiting ls Miss Powell of Kerby Knob. Mrs. Carmack purchased Chas. Thompson's cow a lew uays ago. Tho latter to leavo soon. Mr. Ellsha has sold his property to Dr. Pearl Webb. Harrison Thompson and bis nephew, Chester Ulce, have found work In the Champion paper works or Hamilton, O. Dr. Anderson of Manchester was recently married to Mrs. Louise Simpson. Their many friends wish them much success aud happi VOTE WILLIAM ADDAMS FOR SEXTONS CRBEK Sextons Creek, June 23. A big tide In Sexton, Monday. Sam Saylor and Nuth Sparks returned from Beatty-vlllThursday, where they bad been MADISON COUNTY to deliver cross ties. Wheat crops M. D. Settlo Is still at Big Hill, are good thru this locality. Wm. Anderson who has been confined selline cood flour and all kinds of Call with a broken let In able to cet out I groceries nt bottom prices. again. Leo Hunter 1b working for and seo him and you will find this W. N. Burch. this woek. A new ito bo true. church was organized at the mouth KINGSTON of AngUn, Saturday. Rev. J. P. Met- Kingston, June 26. Mr. and Mrs. calf was elected pastor. Measles are Davis Mundy were the guests of tho raging In this vicinity. May Ponder otter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John and wife of near Burning Springs or Moto, last Sunday. Mr. Ued relatives here, Saturday and nn,i Mrs John Lawson spent Sunday Sunday. Mrs. Rhoda Allen, whOjWtn Mr. and Mrs. James Gllmore. has been very 111 for several months. A number of ieoplo were entertain died Friday morning at four o'clock. ed at tho home of Mr. I. A. Bowman, Sho was eighty-on- e years of agi. Saturday night and Sunday. Tho She had been a member of the church Kingston Sunday school wont to a for about fifty years and lived springs, Saturday on a picnic faithful Christian life. Sho leaves fivo Miss Molllo Sparks returned to Ler children and a host of grandchildren homo at Dreyfus last Saturday. Sho and other relatives and friends to has been with Mrs. John Buchanan mourn her loss. Her remains will bo for tho past six weeks. Miss Bessie laid to rest in the burying, grouud Rlddell Is visiting her cousin, Mrs. on Laurel Creek near Caution. Julia Maupln. Mrs. Vena Munry of VINK Berea spent last week with her Vine, Juno 23. The good rain of parents Mr. and Mrs, G, N. Lunsford. last week did tho corn a great deal Miss Blanche Lawxon of Mcto spent of good. Mrs. Martha Clark Is vory last week with Mrs. Geo. Moody and poorly at this writing. M"rs. Martha Mrs. Will Cornellkon. MUs Jesslo and Mary Rico and Julia Ferguson Young was the guest of Mrs. Roy visited Mr. and Mrs. Sam Messcr, Hudson of Dreyfus, last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Mooro ot Knoxvllle, Tenn., who havo been visiting her brother, Mr. I. A. Bowman, for soma time, left Thursday, for McWhorter, Ky. Miss Lulu Buchanan return'd homo, Wednosday, rom Llttlo Rock, Ark., where sho has bee u with tier Bitter. e, Mai-lor- comitosed of Clay, Jack' Wm. Mays FOR SALE 3 FARMS-3- 25 ACRES anifjo. J. Gentry made a 6uslnrs.s Having decided lo go west, I will trljrto Chcstnutburg a few days ago. g Thomas McG'orgo visited friends offer for sale my entire estate, of 3 farms located In Madison at Kingston, a few days ago. County, on tho waters of SOCKCASTLE COUNTY two miles north of Berea. Silver Creek, nle Lako as Supt. Wo have from IIOONR Tho homo place contnlus 20 acre, to SO every Sunday, good order and Boone, Juno 26. Tho Infant child U one and half mills from Berea on well behaved people. of Mr. and Mrs. Jan. I,ambcrt died, tho Kingston pike, ono of the nicest 1hirdn) and was burled at Fatr-vjo- llttlo homes In tho County. It has OWSLEY COUNTY Mrs. Lauiuert Is very low. a ulco two story dwelllug with seven TKAVKI.KItH IIKKT. Thu Drs. Cowley und Robinson of rooms, a good well In tho oreh; Travelers Rest, June 23. Crops aru Berea aro tho attending physlcans. smoke houso; turn, 40 feet long; bui;-g- y refreshed by tho good rains In this j itom to Mr-- and Mm. Pal Owens on shod; 2 good gardens and a flna vicinity and every prospect Is promts the 19th, a gill. Tho small child orchard of 1W bearing fruit trees Ing for a good yield of corn. Many of Jtfr. and Mrs. Goo. Wren Is very of tho choicest varieties. Tho whole liersons of our locality attended the 111. Misses lialtio and Buttle Poyn-te- r Is well fenced. first day of the tfrm of Circuit court were to Mt. Vernon lost week. ine second tnict of 211, acres M Dclvlnta Mr. and Mrs. Davo Martin were in ono of the best block fa4.aa In Madiat Boonevllle, Monday. and Travelers Rest ball teams played Madison County, Sunday. Joe Wren son. Being located ou both sides of an interesting gamo at Travelers Rest made u business trip to Berea, Mon- Sliver Creek, Its water supply never the first ot tho woek. Score 15 to 2 day, Mrs. James Richmond of Rock fulls and It grows any grain that can in favor of Travelers Heat. Hio fen- - ford Is visiting relatives at th's u grown In tbo County. W'Hl produco 10 barrels of corn In any ordinary season. It has 2 email substantial houses; 2 good barns and out buildings, good gardens; a nlco spring und a now cUtern. This farm borders ou tho Kingston pike aud on tho County I offer for sale privately my" toad and could bo easily divided Into 2 good farms with outlet for each. CO acres are in corn, balauco in small MORE OR LESS firaln. Alt under good feuco, Situated miles from Silver Creek Tho 3rd tract of 01 acres Is near tho homo place. It has a small dwelStation, 3 miles from Kirksville, ling, a good now barn, CO feet long; and 7 miles from Richmond. garden and nice young orchard. Here Tkis Farm is Well Improved Is tho chonco to got a good farm and has on it a cheap. Will sell It separate from tho 7lrDItrict, captured four nioonshlu. dlttlllerl s In ""the past two weeks In Morgan, A Wolf, Leo and Owsley Counties. jicriat quantity of beer was destroy-pdjE- x Judge John K. Brewer was nominated for Representative of the soiUand Owsley counties. was reorKanliod at Wagers-vlll- o school house, Sunday. Everybody cordially Invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wagers entertain ed qulto a number of friends, Sunday. -- Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Wagers and Misses Mary Wilson and Kathcrlno V agers and Mr. and Mrs. Abner Wilson were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Wilson, Saturday School con-siftin- " FOR SALE li Farm of 220 Acres, FOR Nice 8 Room House, Good Barn, All Necessary Outbuildings, Good Orchard. DON'T NEGLECT YOUR WATCH is rest but must sell tho others HmU For further Information call on or vvrito to, Pleasant Kvaus, Berea, Ky R. R. No. 1. CALIFORNIA IIAHTS GOVERNOR Damocratic Primary, Saturday, July I, 1911. Harts, Juno 26. Some ot tho farm-erare planning to "lay-bsome tholr corn. Mrs. John Iiaugh and daughter, Katie, visited tho homo of Phone but 40 acres of the farm is in grass. For further particulars write or phone a ot J. T. JONES, All R. F. D. 2, Richmond, Ky. 217-rln- machinery. It A WATCH a delicate attention than of less g 2. piece calls for most machinery, but must be cleaned and oiled occasionally to keep perfect time. With proper care a Waltliam Watch will keep perfect tima (or a lifetime. It will pay you well to let us clean your watch every 3 or 18 months. FINE MONUMENTS Tombstones and Corner PostSfor lots cnll upon T. A. ROBINSON BEREA, S. McGuire, MR. Is my Agent. J. M. DAY Berea, Ky. Optician and --. yearst on the farm and thoroughly understand the soil and conditions. If you think of coming to California drop me a line, Jeweler Yeura truly, II, L. Bishop, KENTUCKY Klngsburg, Frsnso County, Cal. U you are thinking of coming or want to know why you should corns to California, write to me, and I shall take delight In telling you why, and giving you any Information you may desire. I am a Kenlucltlaa and take a special Interest la Kentucky people. I have been In California ten