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The Citizen Mo-ujQ.teLix-x Knowledge it power and tke way to keep up with modern knowledge to to read a good newspaper. e DPeo-pl- DEHEA. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 13, 1011 One Dollar a year. No. 2 July 8 to 22 July 8 to 22 JUDGED BY THE SCHOOL HOUSE It reevmme nils or It indicts. No pcoplo havo a right to boast of any thing unless they are justified in first calling attention to their schools. Neither have they any right to be hopeful uuleM their schools nte their ground of hope. Monday was tho opening dny for many' of the rural schools. Whnt was tho tale the school homo told on that day? Did It speak of the interest of tho parents f Did it offer a welcomo to the barefoot boy and the shy little girl ? Did it promise them comfort and show appreciation of their needs T In a few instances, yes; in most cases, no. For tho most part our schools are an indictment. On n bill overlooking the state capitol is the homo of tho feeble minded. It Is a beautiful spot grass, flowers, trees and well kept gnrdenB. And thero are magnificent buildings giving tho comforts of tho home to tho children, and having all tho equipment of the best schools. And tho teachers are selected because of their ability to act in the double capacity of parent and tenchcr. These things so thinks tho "great stato of Kentucky are help-fu- l in tho development of tho feeble minded child. But, if good for the feoblo minded, would they not be much more helpful to the normal child? If beauty, pleasant surroundings, and kindness can quicken the weak mind, what might they not do for our boys and girls of normal minds? Look at the neighborhood school house seo its barrenness, want of shade, its uuFHnitary condition, its ugliness, its poor equipment. They spell out two words that are hidden only from tho very Ignorant INDIFFERENCE and 1NDICTJJENT, the indifference and indictment of the Parents. Reboot house The tells tho tale. WE INVITE YOUR ATTENTION To the Following Reasons For You to do Business at This Bank , Because; it is a strong, safe Institution. Because; Its Officers and Directors are arnong the safest and most conservative business men In this community. Because: this bank studies the needs of Its customers and properly takes care of them, whether their business is large or small. Because; systematic saving pays. A deposit account encourages saving. This bank receives deposits from $1.00, up. Because; Its dealings with ALL CUSTOMERS ARE ALWAYS CONFIDENTIAL, and it Is always ready to assist andvadvlse. As a good business man and leading citizen of this section, we believe you will appreciate the thorough equipment of this bank, and the experience of Its officers, and on this basis we solicit your business, believing that WE CAN HANDLE IT TO YOUR ENTIRE SATISFACTION. Call on us whenever you are In town and let us serve you In any way and at any time. You Are Invited We are having a Good Val- ues Party in here this week, in a Clearance Sale. Hart, Schafther (& Marx and other well known brands of clothes, W. L. Douglas shoes, Swann brand hats, WilAll go at son Bros, shirts record breaking cut prices. Berea Bank & Trust Co, A. Isaacs, Pres. OFFICERS Vlce-Ptes. J. W. Stephens, John F. Dean, Cashier Judge O'Rear, the Nominee Kentucky's Greatest Republican Convention, by Acckma-tidMakes the Great Jurist, its Standard Bearer. n, "CHILDREN OF LIGHT" OUTCLASSED Rj. R C O Y L E BEREA, KENTUCKY HEWS OF THE WEEK IN I OUR OWN STATE sey's Governor Visits Us Agai- nAged Historian Dead This Year's Per Capita. TORRID WEATHER FIRST IN DEATH CHAIIt. July 8 will poslbly go down In A negro by the namo of James UurcaM Uio rcoords of tho Weather Cooker was electrocuted in tho Eddy its a period to be reckoned from. it llle Penitentiary hist Saturday. 114 It said that tho heat wavo covered was the first to try out the State's temperature was now aptaratus for getting tho widest area, tho its element? rid of her the most constant and tho highest undesirables. Ills crime was the Wo are making light of a serious matter? Not at all. We are and tho death list tho greatest of murder of a policeman at Lebanon. trying to show that religion is a serious matter that it means more any year since the inauguration of than having one'a sins "paid off" that it is something we can work ICE FAMINE the service. at, must work at if we have it; that, to be of any practical value, it Lexington aud other cities In cenmust show in the life. tral Kentucky, Including Uerea, aro KHOM 4Ct$ TO 13 In a community that we know there was a young man of high ideals Sufficient time has now elapsed suffering from an loo famine. The that ought have been a church member, but the deacons that urged since tho Fourth for tho list of casu- hot weather of tho past ten days him to join were filthy mouthed tobacco users and he felt that they alties to bo pretty well known, and has been trying enough under tho were inviting him fo step down instead of tip. He did not join. th result Is very encouraging. In most favorablo conditions but tho In an other community we had a family pointed out to us of 1&03, or nlno years ago, there were want of Ice, duo to suveral mishaps whom it was said, "No Influence can reach." We saw a beautiful 4G5 deaths resulting from the cele- to a number of plauta aud tho Inhome, neatly painted, fences well kept, not a weed in yard, garden or bration of tho day whllo this year creased demand, has greatly added stable yard, and barnyard fences carefully whitewashed the cleanest number Is only 13. Tho list of to tho suffering. tho and most sanitary home in the community. Adjoining it was the 8TATB I1AK ASSOCIATION wounded has decreased from 3,333 preacher's home with filth and weeds everywhere and the church The State liar Association met in to 294. Wo are becoming clvtlltod. close by even more disreputable. Its annual Bcsslon in Lexington yesPARCELS lOST IN S10I1T Is there any wonder that the church could not reach this family? terday. Oov. Wilson of Now Jersey Is n Inter-Stat- e Contnierco Thfl They had not learned how to sweep the corners. Is it any wonder tho Association's guest. He arrived has ordered an Investigation In Lexington, Tuesday evening, and that the work that is making this life more beautiful, healthful and of the Express Companies and pre- gavo an address on "Tho Lawyer In wholesome is being done more and more by forces outside of the disdictions are common that such church? It ought not to be so and it hurts us to have to acknowPolities' last night. Mrs. Wilson Is closures will bo forthcoming that Mlth the Qovornor aud they are beledge that it is. tbo companies will bo put out of ing entertained at Asftland, the old Uie buslaees by the government, and home of Henry Clay. Pareels Tost resorted to. Tho counHISTORIAN DEAD "has waited a long tlmo for delivtry Mr. Z. F. Smith, for two terms erance from the oppressor, and no SupL of Public Instruction, but bet- Illustrating in Pictures, Models and Mottoes the Cause, Cure and 1. can't come too soon. ter known as the author of a history Prevention of Consumption. of Kentucky, died at his home in ENGLISH POLITICS A modern Railroad passenger coach, danger from diseases lies and how Now that tho coronation festivities Louisville, last week. He was 84 years fitted up as a Traveling Health Ex- they can bo prevented. In a way are about over or havo shifted to of ago. PAY FOR TEACHERS hibit by the Kentucky Association that every man, woman and child can oland, attention Is again being fo- !!. Pnrllnnirntnrv StrtlK HL.t Tho por capita last year was $4 for tho Study and 1'reventlon of understand. u V Tho Exhibit is in charge of Mr. gle tho effort to doprlvo tho Lords and, whllo It has not boon definite- Tuberculosis, Is now touring tho Kerner, Secretary of tho of the eto power, Tho debates and ly fixed for this year, it Is said that Stato of Kontucky making stops at Eugeno State Association and an assistant. sessions havo been prolonged with- it will certainly be as high as J 1.03 all railroad stations. At each stopping placo tho public I An Illustrated lecture on "What out any hope or expectation of change and likely roach $4.10. That Is good ing tho result but only In an effort, but what is tho use of paying bo Is Invited to seo the exhibit, free of Everybody Ought to know about on tho part of tho Lords, to save much when only 3C per cent, of the charge, and hear practical talks about Consumption," will be given at each and other infectious stopping place. their 'faees. It is now believed that children aro enrolled In school and Consumption Wherever shown, tbo Exhibit has Uiey will yield to the inevitable and of this number lusa than halt aro diseases. The Car is well stockod a law by in actual attendance. That Is the sMo with novel Charts, Mottoes and attracted large crowds of people who that the veto will of tho picture to look at. Modol Houses showing where the were greatly benefited lu getting a tho end of the month. Express Companies English Poll-tic- s. Com-inlslo- The Hot Wave Great Reduction In First Electrocution at Eddyvllle Suf fering for Want of Ice New Jer 4th of July Casualties After the A few weeks ago we published a story from the Christian Herald of a littlo girl who was asked what difference becoming a member of tho Church made in her life, and her instant reply was, "I sweep the cornors." That was a part other work that the child was conscious of slighting and she felt that to do so any longer would be inconsistent with her new relationship. From our own childhood we have had tho same thought of church membership and religion that this little foreign girl had that it meant the doing of hitherto neglected duties, the giving up of bad habits, tho cleaning up of the home, one's person, the life. And we believe most people will agree that this is tho right idea agree when their attention is called to it. JJut our experience with some churches and church people is about io convince us that they do not think that religion has any thing to do with "sweeping corners," cutting weeds out of'either the front or back yard, removing the fdth that breeds flies and disease, or keeping their bodies clean and healthy especially their mouths. Oh, nol That is entirely too "this worldly" too commonplace. Religion to them only concerns itself with saving the soul saving the soul pot particularly for this life but for the future life. We wonder how long it will take the soul that is sated, and that remains perfectly content and sometimes intemperately happy in the midst of filth and flies and weeds, to get used to "the gold paved, streets.'' Doesn't it seem likely that the poor soul would soon get homesick for - Private advices, received in Berea just as we went to press, state that Judge Edward Clay O'Rear was nominated by acclamation shortly after the opening of the afternoon session of the convention. As to the remainder of the ticket nothing was known. The Republican Mass Convention, called to nominate candidates for Stato Offices, met in LouUville, Tues day, tho 10th. Judge Edward C. O'Rear went in to the Convention with fully a hundred Instructed votes more than to elect htm on the first ballot, but no nominations were made In cither of the two sessions, Tues day, owing to the delay on the part of tho Committee on credentials in making Its report. to Two parties wera soon found exist In the convention one desir ing to confine the platform utteran ces cbleny to State Issues, and th-- i other wishing to saddle upon the party in the State the onus ot a sweeping endorsement ot the nationtho al Administration, Including Payne-Aldric-h Tariff and Bradlcy'e Lorimer vote. favored Tho O'Rear following strongly a State, platform, in keep ing with Judge O'Rear's statements in hlo announcement, with endorsement ot Presldont Taft and Bradley In general terms. And that Is the poslUon that finally prevailed, according to reports that escaped from the committee. Another matter that Is delaying tho convention is the selection of candidates for tho minor places on tho ticket. Judgo O'Rear has stood out from tho first for the cleanest and most unquestioned slate running mates that will be In full accord with his pronouncedly progressive program, and some of the men from which the convention has to chooso are not up to tho standard, but have a largo following and hav) to be dealt with so as not to injure the leader's chances. Here is the chief task ot the convention, and hero it will fail, it Jt falls. Free Traveling Health Exhibit Car TO PROTECT GAME AND FISH Unless something Is done in the near future to prevent the of fish and gamo In and out of season, Kentucky fields Mill be baro of birds and thetreams vlthout fish. Even now there is but little use for tho gun or polo and line, and tho scarcity of game and fish la a constant Inducement to violation of law in the shooting of game out of season aud In tho use of dynamite and seines. Two things aro necessary for the preservation of tho gamo and fish. One of theso Is tho protection of tho gamo now existing, and tho othor Ja the stocklnn of streams and fields by moans of hatcheries and wholesale-destruction "SAVE THE. DIFFERENCE" gamo preserves. Tho killing off of tho game was a lesult of a prejudice against gamo laws, based on tho belief that game laws were advocated solely tor the benefit of city hunters, but tho people now reallio that good gamo laws are for tho bonoflt of everybody, W HO sets the standard of prices in Berea? here is there a town with such reasonable prices? hat are you going to do to help push it along? KLCH'S and do your trading will solve the problem. " clear understanding, of Kentucky"; LETTER FROM.LOUISVILLE moat fatal disease, The Great White Prof. Robertson Studies Col. Dur-rett- 's Plague. Collection Letter to First Governor. ITINERARY OF CAB, JULY 0 Leave Louisville July 18th on train Editor ot The Citizen: Having spont a week studying the No. 23 tor Livingston. Leave Livingson July 19th on train No. 33 Draper collection in Madison, Wia, ton for Brush Creek. Leave Brush Creek I am now having the pleasure of over the historical manuon July 20th on train No. 38 tor looking scripts of Col. Durrett, In Louisville. Wildle. Lcavo Wlldle on July 21st of This is the finest collection on train No. 38 for Conway. Lcavo history In' Conway on July 22ud on train No, material on Kentucky exctpt, perhaps, the Draper. 38 for Berea. Leave Berea on July oxlstonco 21th on train No. 38 for Richmond. It represents tho loving work ot a Leave Richmond on July 21th on ltfo time, for Col. Durrett and his must be taken together. Leave collection train No. 9 for Paint Lick. and Paint Lick on July 26th on train No. He knows everything about it tellis. He Is fond of 71 for Hyattsvllle. Leavo Hyattsvlllo Just where it on July 27th on train No. 71 for ing how Theodore Roosevelt como Lancaster. Leave Lancaster on July to consult it in writing his famous ilth on train No. 27 tor Rowland. book on the "Winning ot theaWest,". whirl-vinthrough things Uko Leave Rowland on July 30th on Ho went turned over the leaves of a train No. 28 for Louisville. book or a manuscript and had it at Eugeuo Kerner, Secy. a glance. In looking over the correspondence ATTENTION FARMERS ot Isaac Shelby, Kentucky's first See the article on Grain Free from Governor, the following letter seemSmut on page C and the two Dairy ed to mo rather a fitting one to articles on page 5. They may b? placo before our people in the days worth hundreds of dollars to you. when we aro looking for a new Governor. It shows the spirit ot the early population toward the political leader of those days. "To Isaac Shelby, Esquire, Governor ot the Stato ot Kentucky. Sir: The Inhabitants of Dauvltle beg leave In the warmest manner to congratulate your Excellency on your appointment to the chief magistracy ot this state. Unacquainted to flattery or studied panogyrlks, they only wish in the plain language ot Truth to express tho great satisfactlou they fool on tho appointment and your accept ance thereof. Altho they may not bo the first to address you on this occasion yet they will give place to no other part ot tho state In attachment to your Person. Aud they will at all times glvo every aid and support In their power aa may bo required to assist you in the execution ot tho great trust committed to your charge. And they beg leave to add their sincere wishes for your personal happiness and to luploro the great Governor of the Uulvorso to havo 18-3d, (Continued ou lit page) V jpage Two THE CITIZEN HORSES RAN DEATH ANOTHER AERIAL TRAGEDY July 13, 1911 The Citizen A RENEWS GOAL FIGHT GOVERNMENT WILL ENDEAVOR COMMODITIES TO VITALIZE CLAUSE OF COMMERCE ACT. family newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting. FublUhed cTtrr Thursday at Bcroa, Kjr. flnCKJp Big Transfer Barn BEREA PUBLISHING CO. J. (incorporated) P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. Subscription Ratea PATAIJLB IN ADVANCE. WIH J Burne- dOver 400 Animals Die FOR HOURS TOTAL ABSTINENCE Value Is Infinitesimal IS IEST LEHIGH VALLEY DEFENDANT Experienced Physicians Confess In Com-- !(' 1 ........ ...... ...a...,.,,... Powt-ofTl- ... Tare Month: ..... TRAFFIC SUSPENDED Bend money by or Eiptrtl Property Loss Approaches Half Mil Montr Order, Dml, Ilclatond better, or on and two cent tntnp. lion Many Firemen Endangered Tha date Alter your nune on labol By Falling Walls Fire Attributed shows t what cJato your subscription U paid, ir it is not dtuuuml wtthto three to the Excessive Heat weaf aiitr renewal not try ua. kfJaatng numbers will ba gladly supplied at wa or tvHMed. Fin Dreratama cbnn. with tunr crtptkm and prompt renewals. Bend for Test Cste Is Filed In Attempt to Separate Sreat Carriers From Control Is Al of Mints Profit-Fixinleged. g pardon to Treachery. I Chlcaeo. Fire which caused a loss of $600,000 deetroved tha hum hnrna of tbo Arthur Dixon Transfer Co. at Liberal tarmi rlren to miiv rm. whn nh. taJn now aubeertjitkma for ua. Any one Fourteenth and Stato Btrcets, burned "mora us iour ye&ny subscription) can to death 400 horses, imperiled tbo reoeiva Tha Cltlxen (res for Nmaelf for lives of a scorn of men and tlnH tin ihn one year. Advertising1 ratea en application. South Sldo elevated railway lino and MBMBBn OF -- CBTCTCCKY nuaBB ABBOCTATION. ached of aviation. Almost time for some man to establish a correspondence Germany haa adopted a new gun de signed to bring down aeroplanes, jnit aa If aviation la not dangerous enough. Tho ccnvlcts who struck for the r day In tho Michigan 'peni tentiary finally decided not to walk eight-hos- out Had Miraculous Piran The earth has only 10,000 years to Twontv-sevefiremen had n mlruru lire, according to a Swedish astron am sr. Let ua then be up and doing, uious escape rrom death. The accident Course Through Four Countries, followed a similar ana aarltnr In Ihn eluding Two Passages of English etc day, when Chief Seyferllch and 20 Channel, Is Completed by Flyers Western farmers want tho weather men Dareiy escaped being crushed by at Paris Several .Are Hurt- bureau investigated because Its pre-- inning walls. aicuons aan t agree witn uieir rnoum- France. Lieut Conncou, Paris, ntlgrn FARMER PAVED TRAIN. whose racing name is Andro Dean mont, won the 1,000 mile International According to fashion experts In Second Attempt at Hold-Uon the circuit aviation race which ended at Is London and Paris tho harem skirt Philadelphia and Erie. the field at Vlncennes. As ho had dead. As a. matter of fact it was won the Paris to Itomo contest Con- barn that way. Erie. Penn. Pennsylvania railroad neau brings added glory to the French detectives admit that another attempt navy, of which be la an officer. Gar Barbers, alarmed by the advance of was made to hold up a train on the ros was second and Vldart finished saicty razors, aro considering the PhlladelDbla and Erie branch. This third. abolition of tins. They mleht also Is the samo train that waa hold un Of the fifty aeropUnists who took abandon criticism of the previous hair with much display of flroorms just a wing at VIncennea June 18 nlno cot. week provious. reached the final goal. Two. of the According to tho dotrrllvH n hnM. racers Le Martin and Laadron and Henry Allrcnahoe rater ba cum er la up was forestalled by holding tbo Captain Princetau, wbo had been as tho namo of a man who Urea In Mis- train at Belle Valley for 40 minutes. signed to work out certain problems souri. We suppose his friends call The railroad officials were notified by in reconnaissance in connection With him Hank Aiirenahoersterbaoumer for farmers that a can it of men worn at the race, were killed oa the opening work on the track. The train was day. Several others received Injuries short ordorod held while a score of officers in falls. A boy graduated from n Pennsyl were rushed to the snot on a switch The course took the airmen through vania blgb school without over hay- engine. four countries, from Paris across Beling missed a bait day, and shall such glum and .Holland, over the English horrors of child alavery bo unre-Carriers Get Advance. channel to London and back. Prizes bukedf Washington. The 40,000 odd rural aggregating about $100,000 were given. freo delivery carriers in the United Atlantic City. N. J. Shortly after Irrigation Is fast driving tbo Great 8tates are to receive salary Increase starting their Washington flight here American Desert out of existence. as a result of a decision reached by Aviators Atwood and Hamilton nar There are canals enough already to Postmaster General Hitchcock. The rowly escaped drowning when their reach across tho continent if' placed" order will provide for the disV biplane fell into the ocean. Both were end on end. during the current fiscal year of rescued by life guards. $4,000,000, which will Tbo machlna had covered a dls-mean an in Ono man gave a fortune toller $315 crease of $100 over the present salary tanco of only a squaro when It was for the Information that bo could find of $900 for all carriers on standard caught In the strong wind and plunged a treasure by digging In hla back lot routes, with proportionate increases Into the ocean at the foot of Now lie didn't find tho treaauro, but he got on the shorter routes. York avenue. The machine was a lot of oxerclso. dragged ashore undamaged. A Counter Revolution. A curious bulldog was the real It la surprising how a city man. forMonterey, Mexico. Much signifi cause for the flight' being abandoned. tunate In the possession of a garden cance Is attached In political circles The dog nosed Into the whirling pro about the stzo of a checker board, can here to the reports that have Just peller aa the machine was about to apoll $38 worth of clothes planting 10 been received of a revolutionary move ascend and was killed, the contact cents' worth of peas. ment set on foot In tho state of Chia slightly splitting ono of the blades. pas. Dispatches from 8an Cristobal, Hamilton fixed It with a wire, but Tho appearance of Ave aces In capital of that state, say that a rebel when they made tbelr next flight At poker game In Pennsylvania and the force of mora than 2,000 men has been wood found the lifting power had resultant death of threo men, simply organized to oppose tho authority ol been affected and the machine felL goes to show that a good thing some tho Maderlst government Efforts to get into the air afttr times can bo carried too far. that failed, and the flight waa called off for the day. Lumber Docks Burned. A New York boy found a certified It was Atwood who gave thousands Sarnla, Ont Fire In tho lumber check for $55,000 and was paid $1 re docks along the 8t Clair river front of New Yorkers a thrill a few days ward when be returned It to Ua own caused a loss of $160,000. ago by sailing over the skyscrapers er. Notwithstanding this, however. of that city for an hour. boneaty Is still the best policy. Miners Strike In Norway. Christiana, The dispute between Returning from Asian Jungles, a mine owners and operators over MRS. JENKINS ' IN COLLAPSE scientist announcna that a man "with wages ended In lock-ou- t 15,- a tactful wife In a wild country can 000 men at various a points. It of set Jewel Smuggling Cass la Halted Be get along twice as well as a single Uement Is not reached within a fore Grand Jury When Main a week man." Also In a tamo country. 17,000 more employees will be shut Witness Faints. n p rse-me- nt mate street surface line for hours. Tbo fire had mnnv rwrtnrnljr fon turca. aside from the ceneral nanln In tho thickly congealed district wncro a weird assortment of household goods was hurriedly tumbled Into the streets and alleys. Horses that bad been rescued fought oil their rescuers and fled back Into the burning oarns to perish. Willis's Aeroplane Lands In Father's Garden. What One Hone Did. One horse iumocd 26 feet from a Beoond storV doSr. landed on hla feet and ran to the lako front for protec WINS LONG AIR RAGE TAFT AID IS SCORED Many horses could not bo tion. brought out until their mates were SECRETARY HILLES 18 CALLED taken to them. After nihhlni- "TAINTED NEWS" AGENT. it was then easy to get the panic-- BEAUMONT TAKES HONOR3 IN stricken animals out INTERNATIONAL CONTEST The blazo was attributed dlrcctlv tn FOR $100,000 IN PRIZES. Congressman Norrls Declares He the Intensely hot weather and was the Hides Truth as to Presidenmost spectacular witnessed In Chi tial Candidacies. cago for months. NINE OUT OF FIFTY AT GOAL . Washington. Tbe government hss started a new campaign to "bust the coal trust A test ease was tiled la the federal court at Philadelphia, opening another Bgbt to dissociate railroads from the aathraclte-carrylBtbelr virtual control of mines and thus vitalize the commodities clauss of tbe Interstate corsraerco law. That the Lehigh Valley Coal com pany. Coxa Bros., Inc., tbe New York & Mlddlafleld Railroad and Coal com pany and tbe Locust Mountain Coal and Iron company aro not bona fldo coal companies, but merely adjuncts to the Lehigh Valley railroad, and are "devices for evading the commodity clause" Is tbo government's principal g complaint It Is also alleged that tho Lehigh Valley railroad, with the object or rethe moving competition, has caused Lehigh suppress any sentiment in favor of the candidacy of Senator La Follette, and to do this by the suppression of truth and tho publication of unground ed and false reports." LINER ASHORE, Washington. Charles that Charles cnargea. D. Hllles, secretary to the president, To support Ita claim that the coal Is acting aa tbo bead of a "political company Is merely the "dummy news bureau" which "suppresses through which tbe railroad engaged In truth" and Issues "undorgrounded mining, tranaportlng and selling coal and false" reports as to sentiment In violation of tho commodities clause. concerning presidential candidacies, the government cities that ths officer! wero made In a letter Representative of the railroad and the coal company Norrls of Nebraska, Insurgent leader aro the same and that certain mem in the house, addressed to the Nebras bers of tbe directorate and tbe cxecu ka Progressive Republican league. tire committee of tho railroad are Mr. Norrls charged that the "sup members of tbo directorate and execupressed" facta related to sentiment tive committee of the coal company. favoring the candidacy of Senator La Among these named are Ebon B, Follette for the presidency. His let Thomas, George F. Baker. E. T. Stoles- ter was tn answer to telegrams from bury and James A. Mlddleton. the Nebraska progressives declaring Each ot them, It Is charged, has their repudiation of Frank A. Shot- been named to bis position In the coal well, who, they say. had represented company because of bis position with himself as an agent of the league and the railroad. had given out several statements It Is set forth that the coal company favoring the renomlnatlon of Presi uses the railroad company's offices dent Taft and does Its business over the railMr. Norrls charged that the progres road company's desks. sives bad been wronged by a "con As a further allegation that tbe Lespiracy of great newspapers" la sup- high Coal company It an adjanct ot pressing news relating to the progres the Lehigh Valley railroad, the gov sive movement After referring to em men fa complaint aaya that" sines a series of articles published, Mr. tbe capital stock of tbe coal company Norrls' letter concluded: has been owned by the railroad It has "These various articles have ear- paid no dividends, that millions ot dolmarks that strongly Indicate they lars have been advanced by tbe rail originated in the White bouse. 1 do road to the coal company which hava not think the president himself dic never been refunded, and that the railtated them, and I do not know that road has paid tha Interest upon tha ho bad knowledge of them, but It la coal company's bonds, being compengenerally understood the Information sated, tbe government claims, by tbe came from his private secretary. Al earnings from, transportation ot cost most without exception these objec ever Its lines. tionable articles contain items of In formation that necessarily must have ATTACKED BY GR0NNA como from tomcono closely connected TAFT White house. with the Accuses Prett- "1 am reluctantly led to beltevo that North Dakota Senator dtnt of Brcsch of Power In Framthe president's private secretary Is ing Reciprocity Bill. the head of a political news bureau that la making a determined effort to Charging President Washington. tract at a loss for tbo output of other anthracite operators, baa transported tbo coal over Ita own lines and through tbe coal companies fixed tbe price In New York and other markets. Tho government charges that al though the buying ot coal from other operators baa been done at a loss to tbe Lehigh Valley Coal company It has enabled the Lehigh Valloy rail road to transport the coal over Its lines and profit from( the freight Valley Coal company to con 16 DROWNED Lifeboat la Overturned In Surf While Conveying Passengers and Crew to Land. longer an open to Independence," walls a disapBoy's Fatal Romp. pointed capitalist Too true. Why, Fremont Ohio. While nowadays one cannot wear a allk hat old Henry Lagrue was playfully bid' and a short coat without being ridi- lng from bis lather la tall timothy he culed I was run over by a mower driven by his One leg was cut Just to make good the proud boast the father.was. fatally Injured. off and child every other city In the country that Is merely one of Its auburbs, New Grand Duchess Dying. York,' a fow days ago, sent a Pullman St Petersburg. Tho Grand Duchess carload of Its women to Keno to get Alexandra Josefovna, the oldest mem divorces. ber of the Imperial family, Is dying It has now been demonstrated that from inflammation of the larynx a motorcycle cornea oft second best In a collision with an automobile. The Liverpool.More Men Strike. employees The dockyard question has Interested many persons who have bad to atep lively In cross- and the tobacco warehouse men have gono on a strike ing the asphalt ''Wealth Is no ses-am- o four-year- out Cal. Reporta Los Angeles, from Surf, Cal., near which place the Pa cific. Steamship company's steamship Santa Rota ran aground, state that while the passengers and crew were being taken ashore In the breeches buoy and small boats, one boat overturned In the heavy surf snd IS of its occupants, 11 passengers and five of New York. Mrs. Helen Dwelle Jen the erew, were drowned. The Santa kins repeated before the federal grand Rosa had 193 passengers on board ury the amazing story of bow the for whea she left San Francisco 'for, Los tune In Jewels given her by Nathan Angeles harbor. Allen, the leather trust millionaire, of Kenosha, Wis., was smuggled into this Ethel Barrymore to Sue. country and subsequently stolen. Los Angeles, Cal. Ethel Barrymoro, The strange tangle of. romance, cus the actress, who Is playing here, took toms frauds and theft was but half steps to sue for divorce in New York told when Mrs. Jenkins, who had been from Ruttell Grltwold Colt, a young grilled for over an hour, suffered a multi millionaire, to whoa she was collapse, both physical and mental, married less than two years ago. Tha from which she did not recover for an papers were taken east by a special hour. agent and are to be filed Immediately In an effort to prevent publicity and upon bis arrival In Now York. The avoid confusion, the grand jury pro grounds alleged are statutory and tha ceedings were adjourned as soon aa name of a prominent New York soIt was seen that the condition of the ciety woman la brought Into the cominteresting witness was serious. plaint Taft with attempting to override ths Constitution by assuming tbe posi tions ot executive and legislator, Senator Gronna ot North Dakota made a sensational- - attack on the reciprocity bill oa the floor ot the senate. During his speech be clashed fre quently with advocates ot the meas ure and was forced to give up, almost exhausted. "In having the bill framed and try ing to force tt through congress," declared Senator Qroana, "the president excaeded his constitutional powers; a decidedly aerlous violation," hs add'.d, "because It was la accordance with a pledgo given to a foreign na tion. "The president has apparently come to tbe conclusion that be represents the people of this country both as executive and legislator and that the two houses ot congress are merely two bodies of men provided for by the Constitution, wlhch ha can, unfortunately, not get rid of, but which aro to ba Ignored and coerced whenever be deema It necessary or expedient" He denounced the trade agreement with Canada as a closk to bide the adoption ot a new economic and Industrial policy out of harmony with Republicanism, a policy which, ba said, the rank and file ot the party would repudiate, and ba condemned tbe policy of placing food products and raw materials on tbe free list and retaining a protective duty on manu factures. rule, the first tasto and the first effects of Intoxicants aro the reverse of pleasant to tho tyro, but tho mimic devil turns tbo first check of tbo de stroyer Into victory by evea Inducing tho young Imitator to call for stronger, nastier cups, and court the staggering, flushed and bloodshot characteris tics ot tho aot out of sheer bravado. From "the mind of Christ" the caso baa no two sides. God to loved that he gave every one of ua thst whosoever bellcvetb In us might sot perish, but have a better show forever. Tbo population of perdi tion roils up Its awful census la tbo main by those wbo proudly and Innocently bellove on some good, temper ate men and women who tippled with out harm to themselves, beyond the. unconscious blunting, coarsening effect upon their highest motives. The soul that alnneth It shall die" runa tho sacred word. It mlsbt be, then, that doing right Is Immortality and the call of God Iq Jesua Christ Is simply to live In such a way that they who pattern after ua shall do rlcbt At our slacerest and derotedeat. bow to live the best for our owa selve and others Is a mystery; but If there-I- s one clear working precept la Christian life, tt is: "Do not touch wine or strong drink." the-worl- ing to beveragea and popular-remedalcohol that, with all tho evidence la on both sides, and giving It tbe benefit of every reasonablo doubt, It ought to be outlawed In Individual life, and home and church and atate, In the sacred name of health. From tho standpoint of the highest, finest morality tbe case Is yet more easily made out Ot all tbe forms of selfishness, moderate drinking Is tha most widely and Inexorably hurtful. Tho faculty of Imitation Is tho largest organ In the human brain, and through It tho drinking habit does Its deadliest havoc with tbe boys and girls. As a y control themselves. It to uawbe4-soGranting It may be useful under certain clrcumttaneee, yet tn practice It does barm, and that continually. Tbe most experienced physicians wW confess that even In their hands 14 food value la Infinitesimal la comparison to Its treachery, and that Ita drug valuo Is always matter ot experiment, and risk, writes John 0. Woolley tn tha New Voice. Personally, I do not think it proven always to be useless for nutrition or Injurious for medicine, but If I am not mistaken, the statistics ot drunkenness will show that doctors, of all educated men, are Its most numerous victims. It may be said this proves too much since many things that everybodjtyooes are more or less unhealthy, and that the case would be as good against meat eating, late suppers, coffee, running to trains, etc. Rut It Is certainly not too much to stand up for tbe sacredness of life and Its Inseparable postludc, the tnvlolableness of sound, sane, and abounding health, So far from fearing to admit these other things upon an equal footing Into tbo contention I welcome tbem and all their kind, and mako ray whole claim In the premises upon thtat That every Christian ought to remember his own body, to keep It holy that once It bo shown that It n peril or an Injury In any case, thero ought to bo an end of It In that case; that late suppers ought to bo cut out even upon auaptclon; that tho old people ought never to run to catch a train, and that coffco ouaht to bo put In the dock with alcohol. If aa atroagly a case bo made against it I only bold as relatflesh-eating Drink Is dangerous. Nearly all the rain- men and women who have ed by it were confident they could bm e Selflshnata of Llnunr t..m. Almost everything tn this world has Its good side. We know of no eoorf side to tbe liquor traffic, but Its advocates probably have some kind of defease which they make for It to tbelr conscience, says the American Friend. The thing which strikes an observer, who studies thq business Is, the absolute selfishness which It breeds. Here Is a business which destroys what la best In a man; Its tendency Is to make homes wretched; It Inevitably debases those who come under Its Influence; it results la producing a tower typo of citizens, and It poisons at the souroe all the great streams of life. But there la profit in it! Men Make Slaves ef Women. Mr. Blalkloek says: "The female marked Is overcrowded and wagea Atlanta had ber husband arrested becauso be refused to kiss her. Husbands are getting very fractious these days, and advanced fern talnlty la finding it necessary to drive them back into harness. A wlfo In be, but she will have a time poorlnclng tbu ultimate consumer. It nay kept expert says In cold storage Bine months or a year are more healthful than those fresh killed and A government woman that chickens kept 24 hours without refrigeration Troops to Leave Texss. Overcome by Heat; Falls on Coffin. Washington. General orders were Lima, O. Here to attend tbe fu Appeals Oklahoma for aid have Issued by the war department to all brother, Harry Whetbeen received by the governor from troops of the maneuver division at neral of berwas who drowned oa July 4. the farmers in Southwestern Oklaho San Antonio, Tex., to return to tbelr stone, (Iladys Mrs. Aldrlch of Detroit, Mich., ma countfes, who state that they are A few regiments will was overcome by tbe beat and fell un hoist .actually on the verge of starvation at remainstations. the border. to patrol conscious across the coffln in which a result of the continued drouth. They ber brother's body lay in a local say they have nothing to feed theli Ottawa Rowing Crew Winner. churcb. stock and practically nothing to cat England. Tbe themselves. Body Found In Creak. Ottawa Rowing club's crew defeated Mitchell. 8. D. The body of John the redoubtsble Belgian crew of Chicago. For the week ending July Ghent, wbo won the trophy la 1909, la j Do re of Lyndon, Wis., was found in a there were Issued In this city 842 the third heat for the grand chal- creek here. Dore Is supposed to bars I burial permits, 1C5 of them being lenge cup. been murdered for bis money. babies who died from heat causes. Farmers In Perlt Bolt Hits Congressman's Horns. Manchester, N. II. Daring a severt electrical storm lightning struck tht residence of Cyrus A. Sulloway, congressman from the First dittriet Tht congressman, who has been ill In bed for tea days, was removed by neighbors to an adjacent house. Boy Killed by Baseball. thereby reduced, largely through tha drinking habits ot men." Mr, Charles Booth said: "Factory girls aro frequently daughters of drunkards." In a workshop la London where 13 women were employed, four of tbe number were found to be wage earners because of drunken husbands. A gen700 tleman employing women and girls in London said: "I can state for a fact that a large number of our fe- male employees have to seek Work because ot the Intemperance of their male relatives." ilenley-on-Thame- Man Without a Will. Twelve-year-olCean. Tbe man who permits himself to t Chauacey CHHner died suddenly aftet being hit on the head by a baseball driven to drink is, later on, driven to He was ths third victim of baseball it the lockup aad workhouse without his pcraUsloa. this atate this summer. Quilford, d JtAj 13, 1911 THE CITIZEN Pit TkrM ' BUSINESS Extreme "Heat Had Retarding Effect uteei Trade is Much Improved-Prepa- ring For Fall. Now York. R. O. Dun & Co.'s week ly roview of trade said- - ORPHANS' OUTING ENDED IN DEATH Types of the ChrisTianLife By Dr. Hugh T. Kerr.Chlcago TEXT Jeeue loved Martha and htr litter and Lasarua. John 11 :S. Jesus loved Martha and her stsUr and Lazarus. Jesus loved them all. Yet he loved each of them, Martha and Mary and Latarus. Bach of them has a place In bis heart Yet they are So different. Jesus does not ask for monotony, but variety In his kingdom. The kingdom of grace Is like the kingdom ol nature. No two varieties aro alike. In my Father's house are many mansions. One family, but many members. Ono homo, but many hearts. That was the revelation of Ood's character in the Old Testament Ho was the son of Abraham, of Isaac, of Jacob. How different they were. Abraham the faithful, the consecrated, the pathfinder, Isaac the lackadaisical, the Indifferent, the father of an Illustrious son, the son of an illustrious father. Jacob the Jew crafty and cunning, yet tender-hearteand visionary, and God was tho father of each and yetHoved them all. Tho fault with us Is wo want religion to level .humaii nature at a dead uniformity, and we think Christians should all be conformod to our type, forgetting that Christ is tho universal type so universal that we may all bo unlke each other and yet all be like him. It is the fault that belongs to our education. We grind all our children through the same mill. Black and white, delicate and robust, brilliant and dunderhead, they must all submit to the same polishing process. It is tho fault of our church system, also. Wo want to level down the whole congregation to our own miserable level. We think Christ has conceived In us the true conception of the saint. There is the Sunday school type and the Christian Endeavor typo and the prayer meeting type. There la the elder type and the trustee type. Tho W. C. T. U. type and the Y. M. C. A. type. Tbo temperance type and the missionary type. Thero is tho Presbyterian and tho Methodist and tho Baptist type. The Mary and tho Martha and tho Lazarus type. But the love of God is broader than the measure of man's mlnd, and "all may bo Included In his all embracing love. Let us remember that Jesus loved Mary and Martha and Lazarus. Mary tho passive, Martha the active, and Lazarus the patient Mary satisfied to be. Martha to do. Lazarus to do without Mary tho waiter. Martha the worker. Lazarus tho watcher. d JOSIAH'S DEVOT10NTOG0D Way Sdwel Uims for JeJy 23, 1911 BpeclaBy Arrant ed for This Chauffeur Raced His Car and Fatal Accident Followed WHEEL TORN OFF BY THE SPEED Affair an Annual One Given by Auto ciub one Boy instantly Killed and Lives of Three Hang In the Balar ce Several Peer Other Injured. Louisville. A day of frolic looked forward to for months by Louisville terminated tragically when . erpfeaiM Hey Mason, It, wan Instantly killed and two of bt young companions probably fatally Injured. A machine la which they were tiding was wrecked. The fatally Injured are: Miss- - Kami Baker, 17, arfl.4 broken, and Internally hurt. Fred McAllister, 8, Internally Injured and bruited. Other children leu aerioutly Injured but who may be maimed for life be came of the accident were: Ople Steele, James Drown, Leila Holman, Hrnest Robertson, Myrtle Klngsley, Kay Moore and Julia Mclntoih, rang Jag la age from 0 to 13. Rudofph Dal Hi, the chauffeur, who arae here recently from Cloveland, Ohio, la at the Jewish hospital. HU condition la very aerloua. Nurses at the hoapltal say he la verging on delirium. He vaj uncon sclotut On coming to ho aaked If the little boy was safe, and became uncon aclous again. The chauffeur referred to ftauhl Mason, the orphan who sat on his lap during the ride and was Instantly killed. Emma Ilaker. the girl hurt. Is thought to be dying. Dalltt'a friend. Miss Lillian Hinder, who was In the car at the tlmo. Is re ported out et danger. According to stories told by witnesses, Dalits was racing with a chat-four friend and speeding about 40 miles an hour. A front wheel of the car tore loose, tbo machine whlrlod round and round, crumpled Into a heap and tangled tho children In the wreckage. All of those riding In the car were Inmates of the Masonic Widows and Orphans' homo returning to tho In stitution after a day of pleasure In the various parks. given under the ausThe outing-wapices of the Louisville Auto club and Is an annual affair. twelve-year-old s Actual business Is reduced by tho heat oitnnillnir nvir n wlrln section of tho country, otherwise de voiopmenu oi tne weeK are very favorable. Inquiries for pig iron coa- unuo in excess of actual seeds, but tnere is a steady buying In all sections. Tho lmDrovement In thn utrnt trade during Juno Is indicated hv thn monthly statement of tho Iron Age, wnicn snows a dally output of the steoi plants in Juno of 42,791 tons, ngalnst 42,270 tons In May. Thero was some dccuno, howover, In the out put of merchants' furnaces. Cotton Profits Close. Business In dry goods at wholesale continued oulet after thn hnlM.-ivin cotton goods tho chief feature was the opening of lines of fine goods for spring at prices that show' a closer extremo 1.1960 N TEXT-- II Chronicles M:l-t- t. MEMOnT VETtflES-- 1, J. OOLDEN TKXT "Ttemember now thy Creator In the dan of thy youth." Boot. TIMR-Jost- ah be (tin to retcn B. C. SSJ. year of Judah a separata) kingdom. lis relsned tl years, till B. C. 06. PLACB-Jud- ah and Jerusalem. Dut hta reforms extended over a considerable part of the territory ot the Northern Klhrtwi ss which had become extinct In years before Joslah came to the throe.' In theU u 7JS-71- A Late Photo of Col. Bruce Haldeman, Large Stockholder In the Louisville Courier-Journand Prominent In Civic Affairs. al HUOE DAM CONTEMPLATED. Would Generate Power to Supply Half a Dozen Cities. Oanrllle. Tho ayndtcato of Boston capitalists who havo been making a dally gauge of Dlx river at Kennedy's mill for tbo past two years has Just made public tho result of Its Investiga tions. The con&tant power of tho stream Is C.000 horsepower. Often the puwor la very much greater, but the figures above show tho dry weather average. This Is considered favorable. Plans have been drawn for a dam to be erected of steel and concrclo a mile above the mill. It Is to bo 110 feot high and will create n rcsorvolr extending miles up stream and embodying billions of gallons of water. Ileneath the dam will be located the monster power plant, which will operate electric light and other plants In Richmond, Harrodsburg, and Stanford, Lancaster. Danville Nlcholaavllle, provided the plans on foot are fully consummated. Tho estimated cost of the plant Is 1,:50,000. CRIME UNCOVERED. Kentueklan Victim of Tragedy At Cupp, Tenn. 8tanford. Tho arrival hero of the body of William Clymer for "burial at tils former homo at Highland, disclosed news of a tragedy which was enacted on tho Fourth of July at Cupp, Toon- - whero a number of aro employed. Clymor, It Is alleged, had been shot and almost Instantly killed by a miner, also from Kentucky, James Thompson by name, whose body was brought to East Ilernstadt, his former home, for burial In an express car alongside that of Clymer. Thompson was shot and son Ira' killed by Clymcr's mediately after he had slain tbo elder Ken-tuckla- Clymer. NEW COURT HOUSE. Harrodsburg. Tbo Mercer county fiscal court convened here and considered plans for a now courthouso to supplant the hlstorlo Old building, which has been condemned. The court of appeals has construed tho law as compelling the court to levy a tax and build a new one. DIED IN THE PHILIPPINES. Tayloravllle. Rescued In tho nick of time to save Its life, a 9 Louisville. At Portland, Ore, the chicken In a pipped egg taken 9 managora of tho International Mis9 from the body of a cowsnakc. 9 sionary convention of tho Christian and which broke through the W church seloctod Louisville for the conshell a few minutes after It 9 vention to bo held In 1912. 9 was rescued. Is allvo and 9 Ono day was dovoted to the con"poepy." Twenty-siother vention of the American Missionary eggs, taken from tho snake, are 9 Socloty. Addresaos Included an an under setting hens, and are ex- - 9 raignment of Mormonlsm by President pected to hatch. H. D. Smith, of Hopklnsvlllo, Ky., and 9 an address by IL.N. McCaah, In which be declared that Now York City Is tho "Sodom of modorn times," and Wall street a "school where men aro taught LIGHTNING STRUCK TWICE IN ALMOST SAME PLACE. to steal. It. A. Long, tho Kansas City millionOne Stroke Captured Two Thousand aire lumberman, announced that ho would during tho next ten years give Dollars and the Cup, the Other $1,000,000 for tho establishment of a Demolished the Flagpole. nonsectarlan national hospital to be claps of located on a tract in Kansas City, Latonla. Amidst TQud thundered, Incessant flashes of light- - owned by tho Christian church. Dut two conditions govern tho dohlng and a blinding rain, Lady Light ning, a daughter of Dick Welles' nation. The church must raise anof Flash of Lightning, owned by J. T. other million dollars and Weaver & Co., annexed tho rich Cin tho beds In tho Institution must bo cinnati trophy stakes in a furious free. Tho church already has raised drlvo with Presamptlon and Amon, a $400,000 of tho amount required. aplondld band of crack youngsters trailing tho trio to tbo finish. Tho $25,000 FOR COLLEGE. gross value of tho stake was $3,000, of which the winner's not sharo was Ellzabethtown. Tho tenth session $2,210 and a magnificent silver tro phy cup. Tbdvaluablo flxturo Is coV' of tho Epworth Lcaguo of tho Louis- eted highly by horsemen for In addi vlllo conferenco, convened In this city, tion to the monetary consideration president II. D. Floeco, of Louisville, and tho cup that goes with tho vic- presiding. Dr. J. W. Repass, president of tho tory the race usually brings out the Logan Femalo college, at Russellvlllo, flower of the In an address to the league, made tho Excitement at Clubhouse. The electric storm which prevailed statements that tho attendance at the during tho running of tho raco camo collcgo during the last term was 45 up Just as the horses wore on their per cent, greater than last year and way to tho post and during tho holght, that tho educational board of the which was when the horses bad been Methodist conference hnd appropriatdispatched on tholr Journey, a panic ed $25,000 to erect an annex to the almost reigned among tho fomlnlno collego building. spectators In the grand stand. While tho storm was at Its worst a flash of COMPANIONS IN SHOOTING. lightning struck ono of the clubhouse flagstaff and acnt It tumbling to tho Whltesburg. In Swift's engineering ground. camp, Detbcl Cornett, 23, Bhot and almost Instantly killed Everett Couch, WILL SET ASIDE. 22, a young engineer, it Is alleged. It Is not known why the killing occurred. Lebanon" The Jury In the suit to The young mon had long been good broak tho will of tho lato Mrs. Euse- - friends, both residing on Leatherwood bla Phillips returned a verdict setting creek, Perry county. Couch had been aside tho will. The case has been on employed In this county for several trial before Special Judgo W. P. nionths. Cornett escaped to the mounof Russellvllle, for ten days, tains. widespread atten and has attracted tion. Mrs. Phillips left an estate of LIGHTNING STRUCK WAGON. about $60,000, and Inter will disinherited, It was alleged, a son and a Darboursvllle. Ono man was killed daughter. and another probably fatally Injured lightning struck a carry-al- l filled Lexington. Tho fortieth anniver when founding of the Uroadway with people going to a baseball game sary of tho was dead when his com Christian church wan observed Sun- Ted Ballard extricated themsolvet panlons. had' day, when tbo Hev. J. W. McGarvcy, from the debris of tho vehicle, and tho first pastor of tho church preached was unconscious. to tbo congregation In Morrison Charles MacDonald Several others wero bruised and chapel, Trancylvanla University. shocked. Although the wagon was deProf. Ed. Darnby was molished tbo horsos escaped lujury. Winchester solocted by the city board of educaDROWNED IN A POND. tion to succeed Prof. R. M. Shlpp as superintendent of tho Winchester city Woodburn. Hubert, son of J. W. schools. Prof. 8hipp has been em at Herrlngton, was drowned while bathployed as head of tho schools ing In a pond. Tho young man was Princeton,. Ky, 21 years oi age, and a member of one Lexington. Tho meeting of tho of the leading families of Warren Kentucky bankers' association, which county. commlttoo has anthe executive Hopklnsvllle. Herbert Cobb was nounced will bo bold In this city on October 25 and 26 Is expected to bo sentenced to life Imprisonment for tin tbo greatest meeting of the kind In murder of his sweetheart, Miss Ella Cravens, last May. the history of the association. x ono-thtr- d San-dridg- 9 9 9 9 9 SNAKE HATCHES CHICKENS 9 9 COMING TO LOUISVILLE. 9 International Missionary Society ol the Christian Church. Mary content to sit Martha content to serve. Lazarus content to suffer. And Jesus loved each and ho loved all. Jesus loved Martha. That Is what the record says. Tho active? busy serving Christian Martha. She Is In the majority today and is greatly In de- mand. Sometimes she is apt to think she Is tho only one whom the Lord loves. 8be has much Scripture (o quote In favor of her disposition and she has the authority of great men "who favor the strenuous llfo. What-dotthe Lord require of theo but to do Justly and to love mercy. Pure religion and undeflled before God and the Father Is this to visit the fatherless and widows In their affliction. "Bo ye doers of the word and not hearers only." ures contlnuo favorable and the de pletion of stocks in first nnd second hands Is emDhaslzed liv thn mrtnll. ment of production, which reached Its nignost iovei this week. Tho probability Of a lareo cotton cran thin vonr serves at this time to Induce drastic curtailment at tbo mills to conserve limited supplies of tho raw material, whllo purchases of goods aro delayod in anticipation or lower prices. After Fall Business. Secondary distributors of dress goods are seeing a fair fall business in rough fabrics. As showing the spotty condition of trado it was noted that tho largest woolen goods mill In the. country Is sold up for fall, whllo many of the worsted mills aro idle. Shoes and Leather, There Is more animation in footwear due U the arrival of a large number or buyers In tho New England market but purchases aro gonorally con fined to current requirements. Sup plies of sole leathor are limited. Tho hido market continues well maintain ed, with a further advance of a quar ter cent for packer natlvo steers. Buying, howover, has been on a more conservative basis. Natlvo cows coa Itlnuo scarce and branded varieties are firm In price. Tho foreign hide markets are also strong and at tho recent Paris auctions advances wero secured for all varetlcs. The Week Was Quiet Bradstreet's letter said: Excessively hot weather, half-yeas for repairs and lnventoria I, vacations and holidays have com' blned to make tho past week a quiot period in general trado and Industry. Industry generally is quiet over the turn of the yoar period. Caution and consorvatlsm, withal a fair degrco of optimism, In the face of depressing weather conditions are In evidence In leading linos. shut-down- marittn Of nroflt to mill fhnn nnv tamed In sevoral seasons. Export fig Winchester. A cablegram from the Philippines announced the death of Harry Jett, 21, who jolnod the army from this place two years ago. Ills death was tho result of an accident, his back having been broken by a fall from his horse. The remains will be brought back to Kentucky for burial. BOLT KILLS FARMER, Upton. The town was visited by the most sovero windstorm that has been kuown In that section for many years. The roof of Uplou mill was taken oti And damages amounted to more than $1,000. Fencing was blown down In all directions, and severe damage; was done to corn and wheat crops. NEW SCHOOL DISTRICT. Martha Is everywhere respected and honored today because she does things. She is tbo Sunday school, the prayer meeting, tho church services, the missionary Boclety, tho ladles' aid. She is cooking, praying, sowing, visit, lng, collecting for tho kingdom of God, until when night comes she falls asleep too tired to say her prayers. And Jesus loved Martha. And wo must love her too. A religion that Onds Its Joy In service and In consecrated activity is apt to be a moral power. A religion that finds God nearer In momenta of sentiment or musical ecstasy. Instead of In moments of moral endeavor, Is extremely dangerous. Jesus loved Martha. Jesus lorod Mary. Mary the quiet, retiring sister who sat at his feet Mary'ssclalm to recognition came from being willing to wait upon his words. She Is like the beautiful plcturo through which you look Into the great far beyond. She Is like whispering music singing comfort Into troubled hearts. In a world of Bin and turmoil Mary sat in the confidence of a beautiful trust She was like another beautiful girl upon whoso tombstone her friends carved the words: "It was easier to be good when she was with us." That waa Mary's tribute. "What interests the world in Mr. Gladstone," writes John Morley, "is even more what be was than what he did." What Interests the world in Jesus Is not so much his beautiful teaching as bis more beautiful llfo. It was a hard lesson for Elijah to learn. He was the child of the storm and the tempest. Ho lived in reforma"Behold, the tions and revolutions. Lord passed by, and a great and strong wind rent the mountains' and brake In pieces the rocks before Je. Business Failures. Business failures in the United States for the week ending July 6 were 180, against 227 last week, 182 In the like week of 1910, 182 In 1909, 246 In 1908 and 185 in 1907. Business failures in Canada for the week number 18, which compares with 31 last week and 16 in the corre sponding week of 1910. The Export Trade. Wheat Including flour, exports from the United States and Canada for the week ending July 6 aggregate 1,347,275 bushels, against 2,078,405 last weok and 1,563,775 this week last year. Corn exports tor tho week are 976,017 bushels, against 013,848 last week and - 190.072 in 1910. THE Cincinnati family MARKETS Grain Market $3.90a4.20. Flour Winter patents $3.90a4.20, low grade $2.40a do 2.50. hard patent $4.90a5.25, do fancy $4.1Ea4.50. Wheat No. 2 red 84a87c, No. 3 red 79a83c, No. 4 red 75a78c. No. 3 Corn No. 2 white 68a68c. whlto 67a68c. No. 2 yellow C7aC7c. No. 3 yollow 66a67c, No. 2 mlxod C7aG7Hc No. 3 mixed 66tta67c. Oats No 2 white 49V4a50c, standard white 49a49sC No. 3 white 48a49c. Cincinnati Llva Stock. tamer, Reck Spring. Miles Williams, was killed by lightning, a hovah." My dear friends, let us not take School District Formed at Old Home away from the boundless power the of Newspaper Man. love of God. He Joved Mary and Glasgow. A new school district has Martha and Lazarus. All with their been established. This new district differences. And they all loved him. was created by cutting off a part ol Mary sits at his feet. Martha hurBlue Spring, Antlocb, Pleasaut Valley, ries to supply his wonts. And Lazarus nnd Savoyard. It will take in part ol Is contest to glorify him with hla Paris. The namo of Daldwln, the the district in which Savoyard, known radiant resurrection glory. With all son of Mr. Jack Woods, to newspaper readers, tlrst attended our differences and misunderstandings and selfishness we love him and will be seat to tho Carnegie hero com- school, aud spent his boyhood days. mission with a rocoumendatioa for The flew school building will b each lo turn Is loved, by blm. recognition. erected at old Walnut 1UU. 5.76 bbl. $5a6, Cattle Shippers butcher steers, extra $G.10a6.25, good to choice good found. $5a5.75, belfors, extra $5,75a6, to cholco $5a5.65, cows, oxtra $4.50 The work interrupted by the Scyth s a4.C5, good to choice $3.75a4.6), ian hordes is now resumed with great Bulls Bologna $3.25 ly increased Intensity and enthusiasm, $1.50a2.75. Calves Extra through the new consecration ot king a4, extra $4.10a4.15. $3.25, fair to good $7a8, com- and people, duo to tho finding of the Hogs-G- ood Book ot the Law. and largo $4a7. mon to cbolco packers and butchers The first condition of salvation for mixed packers $6.85a6.95, individuals or nations Is the putting J6.90aG.95; common to cholco heavy fat sows, away of sin at any cost Tbo second (100 lbs. and less), is the building up ot the good. He $4.75a6, plga Sheep Extra $3.40a3.E0, that confesseth and forsskejth bUaII $4.50a6.75. good to choice $3a3.25. Lambs Extra and mercy. $7.50. Ye Are tho Templo ot tho Living Cincinnati Miscellaneous. God. What Repairs Does This Temple Poultry Hens. ll'ic, spring chick Need? Cleanse away the remains ot ens 22a23c, ducks 10al2c, turkeys, selfishness, and cast out all "tho works lSKc, Reese 5a7c. Eggs Prime firsts of the flesh." Set up the family altar, Butter Creamery, repair your study of God's word. 15c. firsts 13Hc. extra 25c; firsts 21c; fancy dairy, tho love wbose decllae Is ex 17c. Apples Fancy. 5.p6 a bbl, pressed in the negloct ot courteilos choice $5a5.50 a bbl. Carrots Home- and services to man. Repair your apgrown 12V4al5o a doz. Celery louls-tan- plication ef the fruits or the spirit to 0a70c bunch. Eggplants 12. 50a and California $4. 25a business dealings your all department 2.75 crate. Lemons habits, tlepalr Repair 4.50. Onions New Orleans $l.S0a2.25 ef life. your temper, Cleanse your bodies from s sack. Oranges $3a3.50 box. $3.z5a3.76 box. Potatoes habits that lead to ill health, and toes Northern Ohio and Indiasa, make your bodies perfect Instrument $1.15al.20 bu, Triumphs No. 1 15 50a for the Indwelling ot tho Holy Spirit., can-nor-Ilw-nePota-Orange- Josiah was the grandson of wbose career ire studied In our last lesson. He was bora at Jerusalem, B. O. 646. Ills father waa Amen, who followed the example ot bis father's earlier years. He reigned but two years, whea ho was murdered by his courtiers In his own palace. Tho people rose against the conspirators son king and made his In his place. Joslah's mother waa Jodldah, tho daughter of Adalah. Tbey belonged In Boscath, a town near Lachlsh In southwestern Judah, la the plains toward the Mediterranean sea. While King Amon waa an idolater, and his court was corrupt It Is possible that Joslah's mother kept the true faith. Ho began to reign when he was eight years old. Like his grandfather, Manasseh, he must for several years havo been guided, and his kingdom controlled by his mother or by prime ministers. Tho worshipers of Jo- hovah must have been in control at tho palace, the wise and religious teachers of tho true God and the true t religion. for the first sixteen years ot his llfo tho young Joslah must have been under good Influences, while ho also would know of his father's tragic death, aad his grandfather's sins, sufferings, and repentance. And his ancestor, David, was ever before him as his ideal, hla hero, his saint About tho tlmo when Joslah was twenty years old, and In the twelfth year ot his reign, when he had begun his reforms, there came an Invading host from the far .east like a cyclone, an overwhelming scourge. Jeremiah foretells them In vivid pictures. But Herodotus tells us who they were, theA Scythians "from the regions over Caucasus, vast nameless hordes ot men, unwho sweeping past Assyria, checked, poured upon Palestine. We can rctrllzo the event from our knowl edge ot tho Mongol and Tartar Invasions which In later centuries pursued the same path southwards. Living in the saddle, with no infantry nor chariots to delay them, these Centaurs .swept on with a speed ot invasion hitherto unknown. In 630 they had crossed the Caucasus, by 626 they were on the borders of Egypt The nranhet Jaremlah. describes In picturesque terms this Invasion. "The Hon Is come up from his thicket;" Tho destroyer ot nations Is on bis way;" "Behold he cometh as clouds, and his chariot shall be as tbo whirlwind;" "Their quiver is an open they are all mighty men; "They are cruel and havo no mercy; their voice roareth Uko tho sea; and they ride upon horses, set In array as men of war against thee." It is easy to see how this terrlblo invader, coming so near, Just as Joslah was beginning his reforms, must havo interfered with Bis plans. Joslah began his reformation in hla twelfth year, but tho Invasion of the Scythians soon after this beginning interferrcd with tho work. Tho. savage and cruel host came cloao to Judah's borders. Scattered bands may Terror have entorod the kingdom. reigned. Defenses must be strength ened. Outsiders rushed to Jerusalem and the fortified cities. How far tho reformations had progressed we do not know. But the chronicler havlnc recorded tho beginning simply goes on with the story, as Is frequently done by historians. The restoration of the Temple wax Intrusted to a committee ot three Sfiapan, the secretary of state; and Maaselab, tho governor of the city, the mayor ot Jerusalem; and Joan tho recorder, the keeper of the rooords, tho historian. Tho temple built by Solomon, was completed 390 years before. It was. repaired by Joash 240 years before Joslah began his restora tion. The ravagea ot time, with neg lect and abuse during tbo sway ot idolatry must havo rendered it sadly in need ot repair. It was during these repairs that tho Book of Law was Man-asseh, elgbt-year-old So-tha-r, -- r r Page Four. THE CITIZEN. July 13, 191 1. V I 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 ft Undertaking nnd Embnlmlnrf A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies. SPECIAL SERVICES DAY OR NIGHT. This latest W. B. accomplishment again emphasizes the superiority of the W. B. product. Day rhonc 20 books wero distributed to tho All voted the occasion a work-era. Nlrfht 40 You pay E. F. COYLEget mom' or less ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Sooooooooooooo NOTICE Dr. Best's office will be closed during the month of July DAN H. BRECK oaoaooaoaooaooaoooaoS Miss Belle Jones, who has the hospital since tho last spring term ot school, was be taken to her home In been in COO COOKING FOR HOT Weather will be found L of the able to Wlldlo, Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Phone 505 it Richmond, Ky. N. TIME TABLE. Sunday. Mr. B. II. Gabbard, the mall earlier for Route No. 1, is spending a part ot his vacation at Mlddlesboro, Louisville and other places. Miss Maxle Ponder returned, Friday, from a visit with friends in County. Rockcastle Messrs. Letcher Gabbard and G. M. Moore, students of E. K. S. N. school at Richmond, wero lu town using GASOLINE and OIL Cooking Stoves. We have a complete assortment of Stoves and Ovens. 0 Miss Grace Manning has returned North Bound Local to her placo In tho Hospital after 6:15 a. m. 10:55 p. re. a month's vacation at her Knoxvlllo home l:03'p. m 3:57 a. n. In Ohio. BEREA fi?1fl n. in. 7;4fi ft. m. miiMntintl Mr. Noah May and family left, tok South Bound Local day, for a month's vacation and visit 6:40 a. m. 8:15 p. ra. with relatives In Magoffin Co. Cincinnati 12:39 p. m 12:29 a. m. UEREA Mrs. Whetsteln and children left, 6:55-m. 5:50 a. m. Tuesday, for Richmond, where Mr. Knoxvlllo Express Trains for Whetsteln has been at work Stop to take on and let oft passen- some time. They will make their gers from beyond CinclnnaU or from homo there for the present. Atlanta and beyond. Mr. Will Wood, a former resi South Bound dent of Berea, is vlaltlng with 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati friends in town this week. BEREA 11:41 a. m. All tho public school teachers of North Bound this county are attending tho BEREA 4:56 p. m. is being held this week in 8:45 p. m. . Cincinnati Richmond. Miss Maxle Pouder was visited Mr. J. M. Reynolds Is at Louisthis weok by her friend, Miss Turville under treatment of pr. P. Rlch-ur- d ner. Taylor for his eyes. Tho teachers ot the Baptist SunMr. and Mrs. Win. M. Wood and day School enjoyed a luuch at tho son of Bedford, lnd., who have been VanWinkie grove last Thursday evenvisiting Mrs. Wood's parents, Mr. ing. unci Mrs. Joo Cojlo, returned to Mr. Levy M. McWilllams of Olivet, their home last week. Michigan, spent part of Thursday and Mrs. W. H. BIcknell has been call- Friday In Berea at which tlmo he ed to Cleveland, Ohio, on account of visited Mrs. and Miss Ellis, whom he the sorious Illness of her eon who had formorly known at Olivet. lives there. The students who are here for tho Mr. Austin McKoc, who has been summer havo organized a baseball d attending summer school, was and are practicing on tho field to leave on account of his almost dally in anticipation of playpoor health. ing weekly baseball games with tho Miss Viola Click was In Richmond, nearby town teams. So for the team by Saturday. has mot with two defeats one you want wood, call up Geo. the score of 7 to 6 and the other If rigg, 149-- 2 rings. $2 to $2.50 per cord. t:y the overwhelming score of 17 to a 1. The team will be reorganized uud A crowd of jolly girls enjoyed hay ride around the horu, Saturday ctrengthencd by uddltlon of a numhave ber of college students who night. formerly an been playing on various town teanw Mr. Will Brannainan operator at our depot has taken a up to the present tlmo. The material now being used by position in Michigan. Mr. II. C. Martin, a Sunday School the baseball team was presented to worker of Olive Hill, was in Berea tho College by the A. J. Reach to attend the Convention held at Company, Athletic Outfitters ot PhilI Glades, adelphia, Pa. Wednesday. Mr. Abel Gabbard of Conway Is A tennis tournament Is now in lu town, progress. The game is very popular I The Mothodlst Sunday School en-- ! with tho summer students. There are ut four courts that are in demand. Joyed themselves at a picnicSlate Lick, Wednesday. The summer students aro learning ' A crowd of eight girls had a the College songs and will sing on delightful tlmo camping on Rob;s the campus at tho vesper hour over . mountain from Saturday until Mon- evening during tho rost of the sesday. sion, AH the summer students are Mr. J. P. BIcknell was in Irvine, urged to attend those singings. Saturday and Sunday. The Laurel County Institute is usi Mrs. Thompson of Paint Lick, via-- , College Song Books lted her daughter, Mrs. W. C. Haley, iiig 2,000 of the and every school in the County will Friday. have these song books at the close For ths whitest and tost flour, go of the Institute, Eagle. to R. J. g Prof. Ralne lectured Tuesday oven-luThe Ladles' Society of the Baptist subject, "What Are Drains on tho Church will hare an old paper sab Co. this fall to help pay the church In- For" at tho session of the Laurel Teachers Institute held at London. debtedness. All kinds ot clean paA card has been received from pers are saleable. The ladles will bo glad to- - have every one save their Mr. Will C. Gamble, former Bocro-Ur- y, stating that hu has arrived la paper and contribute to this old J work. Fa'pers niaybo seuf for stor-- j Montrose, Pa., and Is beginning bis Mrs.' age to Mrs. John Bales on Center work with Dr. U. A. Torrey. M" w u Forter on Chest' Gamble and. the children will Join t htm about August first. nut St. p. ch com-lulle, ; U & over Sunday. WELCH'S Miss Myrna Walker, who has been cmployod In the offlco of tho Treasurer for four years, has severed her connection with tho College nnd left Monday for her homo In Dayton, Ky., for a few wooks visit beforo takln up her work In tho office ot Dan Ii. Brock, Insurance agent, ot Richmond, Ky. Miss Foxipf Narrow Gap rodo In from her homo, Sunday evening, Instltuto singing. Prof. Francis Clark who is work- and spent the night at Boono Tavern, leaving on the early morning train ing for the State Agricultural Department for the summer was in town for tho Madison County Teachers' Instltuto at Richmond. Miss Fox Is Monday evonlng. Tho alterations havo been com- said to have one of the bust schools pleted in the dining room at Boo no In tho County. Tavern and there, aro now two winPresldont Frost gathered all thoae dows In the north end. Tho walls who work for tho Collego together have been retlnted and a plate rati last Thursday to ghe them his sumIH also bo put In making the room mer farowell. After speaking to the adelightfully cool aud pleasant various workers, reminding them ot place. their part In tho work of tho ColThe Extension property has been lege and of Its Importance, all wero removed from the Science Hall to refreshed with lco cream and cakes a room In Boono Tavern and room alter which a number of copies of No. 15 Lincoln Hall. tho Gospel ot John and rcllglou3 frlonds with whom I much desired very (0 visit. I expected to see tho delightful one. The workers wilt homes on our Forest Rcservo, and long cherish tho kind words ot Pres. Chit upon very many neighbors In Berea. Frost. Judge John C. Chenautt ot RichAll I can say Is that I think ot mond and Mr. David Martin ot Doonq thorn all, and that 1 have given what wore In Borea, Tuesday, on business. strength I had to things which wi;i count for tho welfare of our young Messrs. L. V. Dodge, G. D. Holll-daB. II. Gabbard, W. G. Nicely, peoplo and of the mountain region. Wright Kolley, Jas. Ilratcher, Pleas- And If I am to visit tho mountains In ant Evans and A. W. Titus wero In tho fall I must lay by for repair.! Richmond, Saturday, to attend , th-- now. Republican convention. Tho convenThis la a pleasant place, though tion Instructed for O'Rcnr, of courso. rot more ptcniant than Berea is now, Prof. L. V. Dodge, Mr. B. II. Gab- nor any cooler. Dr. Paulson Is hero, bard, l'ostmastor D. N. Welch, Mr. and It Is his advlco that I came for. J. M. Reynolds, A. W. Titus, W. L. The students seranado sounds still Harrison, Wright Kelloy and Jas. In my ears. "God bo with you till wo moot Ilratcher aro Korea's delegates to tho Republican State convention that again." Wm. G. Frost convened in Louisville, Tuesday. Mr. Frank Vose, foreman of brick nnd stone work, who has been in Boston for a tow weeks has returned to Berea. Mr. Rufus Church, left, a few dayj ago,for his vacation lu Ohio. Mrs. Church and tho children had preceded him nbout tho middle of Juno. Sack Ernest Welch, tho Postmaster's son, is with his father at the Hi convention in Louisville, this week. On July 2'jth the ladles ot tho Rau-tlchurch will liavu n alu,of eatables at Roberts' meat market. Tho following nro somo ot the articles lequcsted to bo brought by all memy, R.ed Cross Flour, 65 cents. Every Guaranteed st TATUM'S Work will soon be started on the now houso which Dr. Cowley Is to put up on tho south sldo ot Prospect Street, two lots east of Miss Oorwln's house. Prof. Lewis of tho College Faculty will be in charge ot tho Jackson County Institute next week and Prof. Rlgby, also ot tho College Faculty, Is expected to have chargo ot the bers: Frying chickens, on foot, fresh eggs, fresh butter, cakes, cookies, pies, Jars ot pickled bcots, Jars ot cucumber jlck!es, Jars ot Jelly. Tho Christian Endeavor Society will give a social at tho Tabernacle, 7.30 p. m. Saturday. An tho student aud Collego Workers are Invited. An admission fee of five cents will bo charged to cover cot of refreshments. Mr. J. W. VanWInklo of ML Vcr-no- u was In town this week. MR, S, S, MCGUIRE DEAD Mr. Simpson McGuIrt, who has been sick for over n year but able to go around until tho lust two weeks, Tho funeral serdied, Wednesday. Rev. vices were conducted by tho J. P. BIcknell at tho homo on Prospect Street. Tho burial took placo at Silver Creek. DON'T NEGLECT YOUR WATCH is of less (or machinery. It AWATCH a delicate most attention than piece calls machinery, but must be cleaned and oiled occasionally to keep perfect time. With proper care a Waltham Watch will keep perfect time (or a lifetime. It will pay you well to let ut clean your watch every 12 or 18 months. PRES'T FROST SENDS REGRETS Hlndsdalo, 111.. July 10, '11. Dear Neighbors In Berea: Again 1 leavo Berea most reluctantly, and without seeing many T. A. ROBINSON Optician and Jeweler BEREA, - KENTUCKY DON'T MISS OUR BIG SHOE SALE ONLY ONE MORE WEEK CUT PRICES ON ALL SHOES" 4M - ym,plf ft. - RHODUS THE MAIN SREET, BEREA, KENTUCKY CBb QUALITY STORE HAYES 4 bt'id t July 13, 19". THE CITIZEN. Pag Five. 'THE FURNITURE MAN" stock yet shown in this county and the prices are trie lowest ever. 30 DAYS ON U$ Best 25c Coffee Meal, per bu. 15c 65c 60c $20.00 suits $15.00 suits $12.00 suits $12.00 $11.00 $10.00 Has just now on display the largest, nicest and most complete THE RUG CARPET AND MATTING STOCK . , Patent Flour Good Flour is also large and complete and the price is down, down, down. $15.00 up. 9x12 Axminsters 9x12 Brussels, . . .$8.50 to $15.06. : - $20.0 each. 9x12 Wilton Velvets 50c 10c Bacon $8.00 $10.00 suits A great reduction in shoes. FOSTER STOVES AND RANGES Are still the best on earth. The' arc guaranteed to give full satisfaction in every detail or your money" back. $28.00 to $40.00 each. Ranges $10.00 to $20.00 each. Stoves 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, surrey or cart. -:-:- R. J; E N Phone 60 GLE Berea, Kentucky lowing terms: 6 no third cash on day of Bale. Tho rest duo In two equal payments evidenced by notes bearing legal Interest from day of Rale, duo and payable In six and twejvo months. Said notes to bo secured by personal security and Hen ' failed FINED TO THE LIMIT s ANTHONY AMERICAN WIRE FENCE I sell and most perfect tie, heaviest wire and most expensive to produce of any brand the American Wire and Steel Co. puts out, yet the price at which I sell it is as low as their other grades. carry in stock a full line of Anthony- - Wire Fence. The Altho he forfeited his bond and to appear, Frank Lambert was trlod In Squire Haielwood's court last Friday and found guilty of sellJug "soft drinks with Intoxicat ing effect." The maximum fine J100 was Imposed. There wero three cases before the court but thoso of Clint Scott and John VanWinkle were transferred to the County Court and will bi trlod on tho forth Monday of this month. Attorney W. B. Smith of Richmond represented tho prosecution A full supply of Wall Paper, Refrigerators, Oil Stoves, Ice Cream Freezers, Lawn Mowers and dozens of other articles. Investigation will prove to you that I sell better goods for less money than others. BY THE WAY if you waBt an OLIVER CULTIVATOR I have ? in the a few of then has been Increasing of Of tliprn nro a number ininta" In and about Berea whero this Illicit business Is bolng carried on, and it Is good to have so favornble a beginning In tho matter of fcvldcnco caBcs. i..n ihot for tale. their extermination. PUBLIC SALE OF LAND As agent for A. P. Gabbard and wlfo the undersigned will, on Fri day, July 2J, 19U. on or near the premises In Jackson County Ky., on waters of Clover Bottom Creek, sell l80Scres of land, moro or less. On R. H. Chrisman JOT Phone 26 Berea, Ky. this land Is somo flno whlta oak and other timber, and a good scam This tract Is on the of coal. to road leading from Richmond McKoe. Prospects are bright for a Railroad Into Jackson County and It Is thought It will run near or through this land. This Is a fine opportunity to mako a good Invest ment. A Second Tract On Saturday. July 22, 1911, I will sell on tho premises at Conway, Rockcastle County, Ky., 250 acres of land. On this land Is a splendid two story building of twelve room- scan bo used as a hotel. Tho noted Conway Llthla Spring Is within one hundred yards of the residence. On the premises are all necessary out buildings and a splondld stock barn. This property Is on the L. & N. Railroad and adjoins tho depot grounds. At tho same time and place will sell a store house and lot of land, of an acre. Said store adjoins tho is deDOt grounds at Conway and about one hundred feet from depot. The store building Is largo and well located for mercantile business. Terms. The sale will bo made on the fol retained. On payment of last note to under signed, A. P. Gabbard and wife will mako to purchasers a good and suf ficient warrantee deed with clear title. John C. Chenault, Agt, and Attorney in fact "for A. P. Gab- lard and wlfo. GRADUATING And WEDDING PRESENTS in : Gold, Gold-fille- d and Sterling Silver. Birth Stone Rings and Jewelry. Zbe IRachet Store ENGRAVING FR e'e INTENSIVE FARMING THE FARM DAIRY us rogrot to see tho condition of Kentucky soils m many parts of the htato. It Is useless to think over how this condition camo about except ns a menus toward studying Its rUf. The iuot ef-e, know-lodgficient means, In tho writer's fertility Is by the of restoring uso of the dairy cow. It Is a well known fact that tho salo of butter and milk from the farm removes almost nono of 1U fertility, whorcas the salo of farm crops takes away enormous amounts of tho fertilizing dements. It would bo use-i..in talk to tho majority of Ken tucky poordo nbout starting a full fledged dairy, and while wo would like to seo largo numbers of dairies started thru tho stato, this mcsbag) Is dlrocted to the largo or small farmer who is now keeping only one, Iwo or threu cows, supplying only his homo. To such, wo would llko to present a fow rcasous for tho advisability of adding from one to a doi- n irnod cows to his llttlo herd, Willi ! view of soiling wholo milk, sweet or sour cream or butter or somo of all of these products. Wo visit many placos in Kentucky provided with excellent market facilities for any class of dairy products and find fow of tho people engaged to any extent in tho sale of dairy l.roducta becauso they do not know tho boneflta of such a system. The writer visited ono placo in Kentucky recently on the main line N. Railroad between Cln- nf thn L Cincinnati and Knoxvlllo, a placo pre eminently adapted for dairying as regards facilities for tho production and market of dairy products, yet tboso pooplo buy their butter in quantities outsido of Kentucky. Such is tho condition over a largo part of our state Tho burden of this Many of i to mcssago' Is this not necesbarlly uso many cowb but to begin milking a few good cows,, for success lies in ilio kind of cows and not in tho number, Tho dairy cow yields quick return, tho feed given her being returned form of tho following day In tho milk to bo marketed at once. Tho profits from a proporly handled dairy cow aro regular. It Is a falso Im- Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you want and get what you call for. Highest market price paid for butter, eggs and chickens Pure home rendered lard 501b. cans 10c per lb. smaller lots 12c FRESH FISH EVERY THURSDAY PALACE MEAT MARKET Kldd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. J, B. ROBERTS, PlHp. caraway pression to suggest that a dairy cov requires a great deal of cxpcnslvo feed not grown on tho homo farm. On tho other hand tho follow ing dally ration, grown entirely on the farm, is most excellent: alfalfa or cowpea hay, 12 lbs.; sllago301bs.; corn meal, 5 lbs.; ground oats, 2 lbs. Or wo might uso ono of tho following rations: 10 lbs. alfalfa or cowpea bay; 30 lbs. stlago; 4 lbs. corn meal; wheat 1 lb. cotton seed meal; 2 lbs. bran. Or corn and cob meal, 10 lbs.; cotton seed meal, 1 lb.; clover hay 20 lbs. Theso. aro not by uny means the only good rations that wo might uso, at tho same time growing nearly all of our feed on tho farm. A ready market is always found for milk, butter and sweet or sour cream. It it is not convenient to ship dally, wo would adviso cream production, and, with still poorer mar-kThe facilities, butter making. klm milk produced la one of the best foods possible t6 give to growing pigs or calves. Exporlment Station stands Tho ready at all times to give help to the largo or small dairyman, and at tho request of any farmer, to Bond without charge, an oxpert to adviso and help htm in dairy matters. For information or suggestions, address T. R. BRYANT, Ky. Agricultural Experiment Station. ot al-6- 0, CHAMPION JERSEY COW Tho beautiful cow whoso picture appears abovo is owned by tho Hood Farm. Lowell. Mass. Her namo is Sophie 19th, and sho has the distinc tion of being tho world's Champion Jorsoy. In tho year 1910 sho produced 14,-3- 73 pounds, 3 ounces of milk and 1,003 pounds, 11 ounces of butter. H is said that sho could furnish eighty children a glasx of tho best milk day in tho year, or sho every could supply a half dozen families of six members each with butter. Dut Sophia 19th is not tho champion milker of tho world. That dis tinction belongs to Missouri Chief cow, Josophino, a Holstoln-Frlesla- n owned by the Missouri Collego of Agriculture. Her record, for tho year showed 26,875 pounds ot milk, an Tho average of 73.49 lbs per day. highest record for a day was 110.J lbs. Tho numbor ot pounds of butter produced during the year Is not given but it is said also to bo the largest accredited to any cow in tho world. ' This remarkable cow weighs 1,3(0 pounds, but she produces more than twlco her weight in milk eacn momn. Her milk for six months Is said to contain more human food than tho carcasses ot three steers weighing It is, therefor-- , 1,250 pounds each. much more profitablo to keep her for tho six months than to havo tho three steers to bo killed for beef, for, at tho' end ot tho time, Bhe still lives, valued at 120,000 while tho steers aro forever gone. The average cow gives but a moro than a bait pound of butter per day while Sophlo 19th and Chief Josephine give between 3 and lour pounds, or they aro each worth ahout bIz ordinary cows, whllo it takes but llttlo more to keep them than It docs tho ordinary cow. In the article abovo wo give the ration necessary to koep a cow at her best, and any one can follow It The first and next thing, to do is to look out for good stock. It is tho brood thit makes tho farmer money. Do You Want to Buy a Good Blue Grass Farm? Do you want to buy a good building lot in Berea and do as. others have done, build you a comfortable home, educate your children and make a living? Or is it a common to medium farm you want at a moderate price for either cash or terms with easy payments, close around and convenient to Berea College ? It may be more convenient for you to buy some of the beautiful homes already built that I have for sale for my clients in Berea. Good enough for anybody. I have plenty of Real Estate in Madison and adjoining Counties for sale at a price to suit any one, . from $10 per acre to $150 per acre owing to the quality and location of the land. Think it over and write me what you want or call at my office and we will talk it over. REMEMBER WHAT I SAY, you will always get a square deal with Holiday If interested. CALL UPON OR ADDRESS, jONLY ONE inFARM IN inBEREA oat and grass, ton original forestry, ten Containing: twonty acres "Ve The Best Qualities of 1 and best for small sure buy,nFhilvo and building lots forsale in property, store from m uplmWovVd from 1200 to 5.000. Also llere: rangl g in UvMiMlMma In Madison and Garrard Co; mountain farms In Jackson nd WeMtja Co. nnywhero Iu prices from 1,000 to $90,000. grass laud n Garrard Co. real black walnut a.X.wostofralntLlck.Ky. Thisafarm near y all in grass, well any ono wanting splendid farm. not delay but writ or proY0;n; will suit at onco for particulars and terms. oall on aKfo iKuh.nU inweil stf oXd mil estate in growl., communities aro savings, Huy this property and you are Staple and Fancy Groceries That the market can afford. Try a sack of our Lexington Cream Flour or Zarings Patent Flour, two of the best on the market. If we . please you tell others; if not tell us. Main St. iSnt G. D. Room 4, Br HOLLIDAY Bank (& Trait Building BEREA, KY. ! at W. I. DOOLEY 'A ;rr -- Ber.a,Ky. J. P. BICKNELL r Igj - SIX THE CITIZEN "This Is number ulnety-serea,the chauffeur announced. Miss Thorne entered the house with a key and was gone tor ten minutes, perhaps. She was readjusting her veil when she came out and stepped Into the ear silently. Again It moved forward, on to the end of the dingy street, and finally Into the open country. Three, four, five miles, perhaps, out tbe old Baltimore Itoad, and again the car stopped, this time In front of an ancient colonial Outwardly the place seemed to be deserted. Tho blinds, battered and stripped of paint by wind and rain, wero all closed, and one corner of the smalt veranda had crumbled away from age and neglect A narrow path, strewn with pine neodles, led tortuously up to tho door. In tho rear of tho house, rising from an old barn, a attachments thin pole with a cup-likat the apex, thrust Its point Into the open above the dense, odorous pines. It appeared to be a wireless mast Miss Thorne passed areata the houso, and entered the barn. A man camo forward and kissed her a thin, Utile man of indeterminate ace drying his hands on a Piece of cotton waste. Ills face was pale with tho pallor of one who knows Ilttlo out and door life, his eyes deep-se-t ter with somo foverlsh Inward fire, and the thin Hps wero pressed together In 'a sharp line. Dehind him was a long bench on which were scatterod tools of various sorts, fantastically shaped chemical apparatus, two or threo eloctrlo batteries of odd sizes, and ranged along one end .of It In a row. were a score or more metal d sphorolda. a shade larger than a " farm-house one-poun- Jsljr 13, If 11 ffsERIAL? yaSTORYCJ the long table and curiously lifted, ess of the spherlods. It was a sinister looking thing, nickeled, glittering. A one end of It was a delicate, vibrator IMPORTANT TO SECURE GRAIN SEEDS FREE FROM ALL SMUTS ELUSIVE ISABEL By JACQUES FUTRELLE "And It's mine, Rosa, miner "It's wonderful!" sho mused softly "Wonderful I And now I must go. I may not see you again until after the lest, because I shall be watched and followed wherever I go. If f get an opportunity I shall reach you by telephone, but not even that unless It Is Diseases ot Parasitic Origin Cause Considerable Da mags Every Year to Agricultural interests Fields Should "With that we control the world!" be Watched Carefully and Every Means exclaimed the man triumphantly. Takea to Eradicate Pest. vice. BEAUTY apparatus, not unlike the transmitter of a telephone, and the othor end was threaded, as If the spheroid was mads as an attachment to some other de- CHIEF CIVIC ASSET Vanetlans Taks Qreat Pains to Man-tai- n Historic InUrest and Phys- leal Attractiveness of City. 170,000 Illustration r U. RAUKLR , SYNOPSIS. Count dl Iloslnl. the Italian t dinner with diplomats In ador, I I t Thorne. Chief Campbell of the .necret (ervice, and Mr. Ottmn. hla head of the fetectire, are Warned that, a plot apeak-In- r Litln races against th Bngueti la brewing In Waehlnaton, race to the etate ball for and arlmtn In Information. ? a conaervatorr hi attention' la .railed to Mia Isabel Thorne,s, who with her companion, aoon dlaap-rearA. revolrer hot la heard and Campbell and Grimm hsaten down the to find that 8enor Alrares of th tiall wo- Mexican leatlon, ha been ahot, A was It. andjOrlmm ta assured It her, demanding; Its vldta of the affair, and there arreata a. man named Metro FetroaoaL a. ticket to the tmbuir ball. The la made out In the name of Mlt the national capital when a mranrr ferine a not directing him to com to the mbaasr at one. litre a beautiful ryouna-- woman atka that ah be given tick-- irab. xl chronometer I" "At three o'clock," he repeated. .For a moment they stood with their arms around each other, then tenderly his visitor kissed him, and went out. He remained looking after hor vacantly until tho chug-chuof her automobile, as it moved oft down the road, was lost In tho distance, then turned again to the long work table. CHAPTER VIII. ply. "And look out for the signal the light In tho apex of the capltol dome." she went on. "I understand the night must be perfectly clear; and you understand that tho test Is to be made promptly at threo o'clock by your necessary. There is always danger, always dangorl" she repeated thoughtfully. She was thinking Orlmm. T understand," said the man simof-M- Normal head of wheat B. Whaa t affected by stinking smut smut O. Normal head of barley. E. Hsad covered by loose F. Covered smut. The smuts of grain are diseases of parasitic origin, and are familiar to every farmer. They cause blackish, smutty masses ot powder where the grain of wheat oats or barley ought to bo, on the leaves, ears or other parts ot the corn. This black mass may be In a compact ball, as In the stinking smut ot wheat; or it may be a looso, powdery mass, as In the loose In smut of wheat or in tbe has an wheat, tbe stinking smut-mas- s odor like that of dead fish, which Is easily detected In the field, or tn the harvestod grain. Tho smut parastto Is a fungus plant ot delicate, colorless composod threads, which live Insldo ot the grain-plan- t, and which are so small that oat-sm- C. Loose smut Edld CHAPTER VII. lir. The Signal. "And the original question remains baahswered," remarked Mr. Campbell. "The original question?" repeated "Where Is Prince Benedetto d'Abrus-irt- . the secret envoyt" his chief him. 1 Grimm. mused the young man. I wonder "If the Latin compact Is signed In the United BUtos "The Latin compact will not be signed In the United States," Mr. Ortmm Interrupted. And then, after m. moment: "Havo we received any further reports on MUs Thorne T I mean reports from our foreign r agentst" I The chief shook his head. "Inevitably, by some act or word, jho will load us to the prince." declared Mr. Grimm, "and the moment ho Is known to us everything becomes plain sailing. We know sho Is a secrot agent I expected a denial, bnt sho was quite frank aboutslt And I had no Intention whatever of placing her under arrest I knew some one was In the adjoining room because of a slight noise In there, and I know aba knew It She raised her voice a little, obviously for the benefit of whoevor was there. From that point everything I said and did was to compel that person, whoever 'It was, to show hlmsolf." Ills cblot nodded, understanding'. .Mr. drlmm was silent for a little, then Mlts Thorne and Not Miss Thorns. From a pleasant wide-opeof her apartments on the second rear came tho clatter of a small gasoline engine, and stilt farther away was floor, Miss Thorne looked out upon the avenue with Inscrutable eyes. d an electric dynamo. tbe closely drawn shutters of an"Is the test arranged, RosaT the lit other farther down the tle man queried eagerly In Italian. "The date Is not fixed yet she re avenue, on the corner, sho knew a plied In the same language. "It will man named Hastings was biding; she be, I hope, within the next two weeks. knew that for an hour or mora be had been watching her as she wrote. In And then r "Fame and fortune for both of us," the other direction, in a houso near he Interrupted with quick enthusiasm. the corner, another man named Blair "Ah, Rosa, I have worked and waited was similarly ensconced, and be, too, so long for this,- and now it will come, had been watching as she wrote. There and with It the dominion of the world should be .a third man, Johnson. Miss again by our country. How will I know Thorne curiously studied the face of when the data la fixed 7 It would not each passerby, seeking therein something to remember. be woll to write me here." She sat at tbe little mahogany desk My lady of mystery stroked the with slender, nervous hand caressingly, and and a note up tho Ink yet wet upon before her. It was ada great affection shone In the blue-gra- y It lay face dressed to Slgnor Pletro Petrozlnnl In eyes. the "At eight o'clock on tho night of the "My district prison, and read: Dear Friend: test" she explained, still speaking "I have been watting to write .you Italian, "a single light will appear at the apex of the capltol dome In wash- - with tho hope that 'I could report Senor Alvarez out of danger, but bis condition, I regret to say, remains unchanged. Shall I send an attorney ta you? Would you like a book of any kind? Or somo delicacy sent In from a restaurant? Can I be of any service to you In any way? If I can please drop tne a lino. shell. From, somewhere In tbe. n went on: --The last possibility In my mind at that moment." he confessed, "was that tho person in thero was the man who hot 8onor Alvarez. Frankly I had bait an Idea that that It might bo tbe prince In porson." Suddenly his mood changed: "And now our lady of mystery may come and go as she likes because I know, even It a doxen of our men havo ransacked Washington In rain for tho prince, she will Inevitably lead us to him. And that reminds me: I should like to borrow Blair, and Hastings, and Johnson. Flease plant them so they may keep constant watch on Miss Thorne. Let them report to you, and, wherever I am, I will reach you over the "phone." "Dy the way. what was In that sealed packet that was taken from Senor Alvarezr Campbell Inquired curiously, "It had something to do with some railroad franchises." responded Mr. Orlmm as he rose. "I sealed It again md returned It to the senor. Evidently It was not what Blgnor Petrozlnnl expected to And in fact bo admitted It wasn't what he was looking for." For a little while the two men gazed .thoughtfully, each Into tho eyes of the other, then Mr. Orlmm entered his jirlrato qfflco whero he sat for an hour with 'tis Immaculato boots on bis he had desk, thinking. A world-wabeen thrust forward by his govorn-sneblue-grato prevent It subtle yes his Highness, Prlnco Denedetto d'Abruzxl a haunting smile and scarr y "With That We Control the World,' Exclaimed the Man, Triumphantly. lngton. That Is the signal agreed upon; It can be seen by all In the city, and Is visible hero from the window of your bedroom.'' Tbe fe "Yes. yes." he exclaimed. verish glitter In his eyes deepened. "If thero Is a fog. of course you will not attempt the test" she went on. "No. not In a fog." be put In quick ly. "It must be clear." "And If It Is clear you can see the light in the dome without difficulty." "And all your plans are working out welir "Yes. ot arm. j Nowl" she said. The" car ilrafghtened out into a street of stately residences and scut-Slealong until tEe placid bosom of the Potomac came Into view; besides that for a few minutes, (hon over the ridge to tbe Virginia side, In the dilapidated little city of Alexandria. Tbe car did not slacken Its speed, but wound In and out through dingy streets, past tumbledown negro huts, tor half an hour before It came to a txAdtlll la trout of on old brick (loa. d Hps. At about the moment be roso to go put, Miss Thorne, closely veiled, left the Venezuelan legation and walked rapidly down tbe strcot to a corner, whore, without a word, she entered a waiting automobile. The wheels spun avnd tho car leaped forward. For a Balle or more It wound aimlessly In and out. occasionally bisecting Its own path; finally MUs Thorne loaned forward and touched tbe chauffeur on tbe let 'T "uSti, "I don't think there Is any question but that both England, and the United States will buy. Do you know what It means? Do you know what It meansT" He. was silent a moment bis bands working nervously. Then, with an effort: "And bis Highness?" "His Highness Is safe." Tbe subtle eyes gTew misty, thoughtful for a mo ment, then cleared again, "lie Is safe," she repeated. "Mexico and Venezuela were T" he began. "We don't know, yet, what tbey will do. Tbe Venezuelan answer Is locked In the safe at tho legation; I will know what It Is within forty-eighours." She was silent a little, "Our difficulty now, our greatest difficulty, Is the hostility of the French ambassador to tbe compact His govern ment baa not yet notified him of the presence of Prince d'Abruzxl; be does not believe In the feasibility of tbe (TO yr CONTINUED) plan, and we have to to proceed to ' "extremes to prevent him working Economy fn Smoke Prevention. against us." After remarking that thero can bo no. "Dut tbey must see the Incalculable bojfle'o't tbe general adoption of meant advantages to follow upon such a coin-pa- to prevent tbe fouling ot tho air ol with the vast power that will great cltlos with factory smoke unlesi be given to them over the whole earth It can be demonstrated that tbe adoption of such means will result In tbi . "They must see it saving of money to tbo makers ot tbi tered rrhey will see It Lulgl," said Miss smoke, Prof. J. A. Swltzer ot the Unl Thorns gently, "And bow, how are verslty of Tennessee records the rosull you I Are you well? Are you com- of experiments which be has madt fortable? It's such a dxeary old place with smoke consumers based on tbi here." principle of Injecting, with steam-jet- s "I suppose so," he replied, and he fresh air Into the furnaces wbenavei eyes for fresh fuel Is put upon tbe fires. H met the solicitous blue-graan Instant "Yes, I am quite com- finds that tbe claim that such sppara fortable," be added. "I have no time tus Increases tbo efficiency of tbe boll to bo otherwise with all the work I ars by increasing th evaporation ot must do. It will mean so much I " the water Is well founded, and thai They woru both silent for a time. there Is a real economy to IhtU us,- Finally Miss Thorns walked over to Youth's Companion. work-tabley And yoursT" "Sincerely, "ISABEL THORNE." At last sho roso and standing In tha window read, tho note over, folded It placed It In an envelope and scaled it A maid came In answer to her ring, and thero at the window, under tho watchful eyes of Blair and Hastings and, perhaps, Johnson sho handed the note to the maid with Instructions to mall It Immediately. Two minutes later she saw the maid go out along on tbe cor the avenue to a post-boner. Then she drew back Into tho shadd ow of tho room, slipped on a wrap, and. standing away from the window, safe beyond the reach of prying eyes, waltod patiently for the postman. He appeared about five o'clock and simultaneously another man turned tbe corner near tbe post box and spoke to hlni. Then, toother, they disappeared from view around the corner, "So that's Johnson, Is lt? mused Miss Thorne, and she smiled a little. "Mr. Orlmm certainly pays me tho compliment ot having me carefully watched." A few. minutes later she dropped Into the seat at tho desk again. Tbs dark wrap' had been thrown aside and Hastings and Blair from their biding places could seo her distinctly, Aftet a while they saw her rise quickly, at an automobile turned Into tbe avenue, and lean toward tho window eagerly looking out The car came to a standstill In front of tho legation, and Mr. Cadwallader, an under secretary ot the British embassy, who was alone In th car, raised his cap. She nodded and smiled, then disappeared In tho shadows ot tbo room again. Mr. Cadwallader went to the door, spoke to the servant there, then re turned and busied himself about the car. Hastings and Blair watched Intently both tbe door and the window for a long time; finally a closely veiled and muffled figuro appeared at th and waved a gloved hatiJ at Mr. Cadwallader, who again lifted his cap. A minute later the veiled woman came out of the front door, shook band with Mr Cadwallader, and got In tbe cur. He also climbed In, and the car moved slowly away. x dark-colore- i gets food by stealing from the grain plant The threads get Into tho grain or leaf, and there grow very fast; and finally tbey break up Into the small round spores again, and tho smut-mas- s Is thus produced. In a word, then, tbe smut Is a parasite composed of tiny threads, which live Inside ot and steal their nutrition from the grain plant, and finally re: produce by spores (the and these spores can each produce a thread, which may again start the disease In another plant Thero are two common smuts of wheat the stinking smut or bunt and the loose smut These are easily distinguished In tbe field. The stinking smut causes most damage, but the loose smut Is just as widely distributed, and In tho aggregate causes considerable damage every year, Watch carefully for loose smut at heading-ou- t and flowering time of the wheat Take your seed from fields whtcb have little or no smut and thus keep the disease from Increasing. This at least will help to keep down tho smut Do not try to grow wheat clean ot loose smut near another wheat field which you know will have loose smut since the wind will carry tho disease some distance. and Ratso your seed In a seed-plo- t keep It free ot weeds and clean ot loose smut by getting and planting clean seed, and then by proper precautions keep It clean. Thero aro two common smuts ot barley which are similar In many respects to tho two smuts ot wheat Tbo covered smut Is distinguished Oat Smut from the looso smut by the fact that they can only be seen by tbe aid ot It appears later In the soason; the tho high power of the microscope. smuUraassos are harder and blacker; Tbe fungus does not produce seeds, tbo beards are usually not changed, but reproduces Itself by means of and the smut-masbreaks up less easspores. Tbe smutty mass, or smut-dus- t. ily. composed of these spores. Tbe Is Tbe smuts of grains cause an anspores aTesingle round cells, with nual total loss to fanners of millions thick walls, sd that they are well pro- of dollars. Most of this toss can be tected against drying up or other In- prevented by simple and cheap treatpores encounter jury. Whon the ment of tbe seed. favorable conditions they germinate and thus reproduce tbe disease. A Exports of Sheep. small thread Is produced from the In 1903, 94,600 sbeop wero exported spores, grows in length, and may branch. One ot these fungus threads from tho United State, while In 1910 gets Into the grain plant, and there the exports of tbeso animals amounted keeps on growing and branching. It to only 38,600 bead. smut-dust)s say that not less than 12,000 live by catering io foreigners and other tourists and to outsiders who remain tea long to be classed with the summer visitors. There are 76 betels, ta Venice and many restaurants, and their business Is about tbe meet profitable- and flourishing In the. city. All this Is so well understood by the Venetians that they tako great pains to maintain the historic Interest, and physical attractiveness ot their city. They never forget that Its beauty and charm are valuable civic assets. , The same conditions exist In many other cities. Nice, Florence, Rome, Athens, Baden, Paris are samples ot tho class ot big towns that live. In no small degree, on their beauty, their charm and their historic Interest America Is sot too young or too busy with the production of tho necessaries of llfo to havo Illustrations ot the Importance, In a business sense, of tbo attractiveness which comes to cities as much by davelopment as it does by the favor of fortune, as a birthright. Quebec makes Its living. In large degree, by entertaining sumLos Angeles, at the mer tourists. other side ot the continent, has grown mightily on Its llmato and Its fruits snd flowers as much as on Its ell and mining Interests and Its general commercial activities. The census Is sure to show, when all the returns are In,- - that places which are wholly pleasure resorts, such as Atlantic City, stand well to tho front In tbe rate per cent ot their More than Increase of population. ever before, American of wealth or Independent means aro Inclined to look for beauty In cities when tbey choose their places of residence. - In Venice, a city of about 160,000 or .Inhabitants, good authorities LOS ANGELES' First Breathing PARK SYSTEM PIscs In Western City's New Plan Is Complete Cost 131,000. With the completion of Improvements costing $33,000 In Central park. Los Angoles will seo Inaugurated tbo first ot what Is Intended In tho course ot years to bo a groat systom ot downtown parks, or broathlng places, the Herald ot that city says. Containing four and a halt acres worth $1,008,000 an acre, Central park will be dedicated to the soeker after rcat, to men and women workers ot tho city who have a few ldlo moments during tbe day which rany bo spent under tbo cool shade of trees. It Is tho dream ot Superintendent Frank Sberor and tbo members ot the park commission to have these public squares scattered all over,tho downtown Central park, as It Is Improved today marks tho first step along that line. Tbe sum of 112,000 has boen spent In practically making over tho park. In addition, $11,000 has beon expended la Installing an underground restroom and lavatories tbe costliest fcaturo ot all the Improvements. Texas Women Beautify Thslr City. This Is tho time ot year when housewives are cleaning tho Interior of their homes. But there are little touches that may bo mads In tba yards that will give more pleasure to a greater number than oven the clean borne. The women In n block In which the alley Is neglectod could get together and change things very soon It they would. There Is a womsn's clvlo league down In Sherman, Tex., says t, the St Louis wtthl flva hundred members, that has done marvels, It Is said, In the way ot beautifying tho city. It mado a beautiful square, with flowers and plants, In what was an unsightly "hitching" place. It will erect fountains there, expects to securo a library, will fight tbe mosquitoes and do numerous other things. aiobo-Democrn- district SILVER LACED WYANDOTTES Rurallty BSBBBBBBBbBIv lllBSBBBBSBBBBBBf In spicuous artificial objects unnecessary for the convenient use of the park be excluded from Its natural parts, but noisy and dangerous occupations and amusements should also be kept out of. at least, tbe middle portions ot a large park. Belgium's Beautiful Cities. Not only aro the quiet and seclusion of the country necessary In a largo park, affording opportunities for occasional relief from the nervous strain ot city life, but tbey are neeesssry to the enjoyment of tbe landscape of tbe park, or the people will visit tbe country. Therefore, not only should con- Lsrgo Parks. - Last December I bought 12 Silver Laced Wyandotte pullets. Tbe 14th of that month they commenced to lay, and up to April 6 they had laid 72$ eggs. I ooU the eggs at the average rate of 30 cents per dozen, giving me J0. One ot these hens the 4th ot April laid a double yolked egg that measured 84 by 7 laches and weighed 34 ounces, says a writer In an exchange. I believe that this was no freak record tu laying. 1 bUeve that alt men keoplng poultry csn get as good results by doing as I did. 1 put my bens In a warm place with a temperature ot about 90 degrees. Their fcod consisted of buckwheat, cracked corn, whole corn, oats and baked potatoes. I gave them three quarts ot grain a day with two quarts of potatoes. I would occasionally give them scrap meat, and I kept grit and oyster shell where they could reaahthea. 1 found that the hens needed fresh water and their food at regular times. Within tbe borders ot the little kingdom of llelglum are sevoral of the beautiful cities ot the world. Tbe public spirit ot tbe people of Brussels, Antwerp and Ostead, especity, has been cially la the for centuries ot such a nature as to demand tbo best that can be had In esthetic architecture ot tbe buildings, public and private, while tbe Improvements made In raid em times of Its streets, boulevards, squares and edifices has charmed visitors and given tl tha name, of "U PUt Paris." flrst-oame- d Jly 13, 1911 AfiLE BUSWESS MAN IS AT OD EXPOSITION OFJPCIN la the selection of the chief executive fer the Appalachian exposition, IS" Horticulture THE CITIZEN DRAINAGE Page Sc FOR FLOWER POT So Arranged That Staining of Woodwork of Porches by Dripping Water Is Prevented. The BEREfl Plye Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE; Off THE MOUNTAINS What lire Yoar Talents? What Are Your Alms? Berea-Hathe Training That Is Best Per YOU. s Col,"L, D, Tyson, Chlof Executive of Appafachian Exposition of 191 1 His Associates February 10, 1886, in Kaoxvllle, to Miss Betty Hughes MeGhee. to he held In Kaoxvllle, Term., SepHe was commissioned as lieutenant tember 11 to October 1, Inclusive, the of United States Infantry In 1883 and beard ot directors choie one of the ab- promoted October 16, 1889, and was lest business raea'In the state of Ten- appointed in 1898 by President nessee. Col. L. D. Tyson, a progresas colonel of the Sixth United sive eltben and manufacturer and States volunteer infantry. eapttaUst of Knoxvllle, Is the presiHe served in the des et the exposition of 1911. He la war at Porto Rico, was brigadier gen Spanish-American jjh REMOVING lEi PLANT Re-po- FROM Method Shown In lllustrstlon Will t Plants Withable One to out Injuring Roots. staining of woodwork on porches and pests caused by the drip-plu- g of water from flower pots can bo prevented In the fallowing Banner: Make a sine or galvanised tray of POT suitable shape in which to- set the pots, as shown In the illustration. Solder a tube for the overflow, or En- W& .iBBBBBBrV f vbbbbbbbbIbbbIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI rif'4fflBBBBm 'kbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI RSSfliSC-i- ' :.HIIIIIIIH A lady gardener enco said to me: "I have no trouble In taking a plant out ot a pot in which It has been simply growing for some lime, as take a table knife and cut around tho inside of the pot, end tho plant drops out when the pot Is Inverted." Dut That method cannot bo approved, as tho knife will ruin many of the roots, and so Injure the plant that It wilt not recover Its normal growth sgaln for several weeks after shifting, says a writer in Park's Floral Magastae. But It is sot only in repotting that we wish to take a plant from tho pot. Often we wish to examine the roots or the soil or the dralnago, and the easiest way to do It is to place the Angers over the soil, In-- , vert, and tap tho edge against tho ledge of the table. The manner ot grasping the pot Is shown In the Illustration. Beforo doing this it Is well to thoroughly water the plant, as this adds to the weight and acts X Flower Pot Drain. dripping, on one side ot tho tray. Havo the tubo long enough to clear the post or part of the porch where the flower pot is seL The tube may bo placed to the rear so it cannot be seen from the street. If desired. Place somo small pieces of wood beneath the tray to allow tbo passage of air, thus preventing moisture. Tho tray can bo made in any shape to conform to tho shape ot the pots. MM ('sHBIIw Are you not far advanced? Then enter tho FOUNDATION 8CHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards. Sunerlntcndsnt Hero will be placed with other, like yourself, under a special teacher, and make most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and the commess branches and be ready to use them. You will hare singing, drawing, farsa and household management, and tree Ono year In the Fos elation School costs less than $90 and Is worth $1,000. Are you aiming to be a teacher? Then Join' tho NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlntmore, Dean. Here you will be nm trained that you will fear no examination, and you will be taught how t tssch. The demand for Derca trained teachers far exceeds tho supply. . Are you Interested in earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Mile E. Marsh,. Dean, Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. , Nursing. Woodwork and Catpentry. Printing" and Business Course, Etc Here you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy dote things in a sdperlor manner. Aro you desiring the next best thing to a College Course? Then take two years or three years in the GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. Two years, or three years. In such practical studies as will fit you for an boaor-rfbl- o and useful life. You select your studies from such as theso: Phys ology the science ot health; Civics tho science of government; Grammar tho art ot correct speech and .Ethics the science of Tight and wrong; History necessary for politics, law snd general Intelligence; Botany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; Physic the science of machinery; .Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc. Do you wish to prepare to enter College"' Start in the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. Rest training In Mathematics, Languages, Scicnco and History. Tbo s Academy has Its own and Men's Dormitory, and a large body of students of high character and ability, able Instructors, and use of Col-leg-e Library and apparatus. text-bookBook-Bindinletter-writinclass-room- SET OUT STRAWBERRY PLANT bbbbbbbbbbbLH 6hirtlng a Plant. In tho separation of the" roots and soil from the pot It ts welt to observe In tbeso suggestions, as you will thus bo enabled to remove your plants from the pots without Injury, and promote their health, growth and bloom. BBBBBBBBBBBBTt'BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBviaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH Several Methods In General Use, but Matted Row 8yatem Seems Best Keep Weeds Down. Berea College The College Itself stands apart from all tho other schools) under Its maa Rgcmcnt and has long maintained the highest standards known In tho South. To conform to the .Carnegie standards we havo diminished our former requirements! Required and electlvo studies with opportunity to concentrate) In particular lines. Largest college library In Kentucky. Laboratories) equipped for student practice. Courses loading to tho degrees of A. R, B. B., D. 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 tho above schools. asja lubricant COL. L. O. TYSON, President of the Appalachian Exposition. in business, financial, commercial. Industrial, social, legal, military and political circles. In fact, be Is one of the most well rounded men to be found anywhere in the south. Hs wide experience has especially flitted him for this service, and the manner in which ho is developing the exposition into a success the like of which the south has never Is proof conclusive of the known, wisdom of the selection. Cot. Tyson's career has been such aa to make him one of the men of wide affairs In the south. He Is a brigadier capitalist, manufacturer, of bouso of repgeneral, of tho house resentatives, of representatives, and has held other positions of honor in Tenessce and tho south. He has always been recognised as illustrating the force, character, eslvalry and gallantry of tho true southern business man and gentleman. Col. Tyson Is president of the Knox-vlll- e Cotton mills, the Lenlor City Land company, president of the Creek Coal and Land company, of the East Tennessee Coal Iron company and of tho Poplar Creek Jellleo Coal Mining company, and director In a number of banking and other institutions. Col. Tyson was originally from North Carolina, and was born on the glorious Fourth of July, 1801, the son of Illchard Lawrence and Margaret Davis Tyson, He graduated from the United States military academy at West Point In 1883 and was married a leader eral and Inspector general on the HANDY FOR SPRAY MIXTURES staff of tho governor of Tennessee. Col. Tyson is ably assisted by Col. 8tralner Allows Heavier and Cosrser Particles to Wssh Aside, LeavSandford H. Cohen, and by Col. Gary ing Rest Free. F, Spence, as secretary and treasurer, This strainer is excellent for tho reason that the heavier and coarser particles of the spray mixture which bsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbs t conditions In the matted-rosystem. In the spring, when the land is In good condition to work, harrow smooth and mark out rows four fect apart and as long as possible. Then set the plants nt 18 or Intervals In the rows, and cultivate often enough to keep the weeds out and tho soil loose until September, wben If the plants aro vigorous growers, tho runners should bo about six Inches apart It Is desirable to train the runners the long way to tho rows, cutting out plants that crowd. In ordinary planting trowel or spade Is used to set the plants. A spade Is an easy Implement to open the ground with. Strike It Into the ground and work It back and forth, draw out the spade, spread tho roots of the plant, and set It so tho crown comes Just to the surface ot the ground. Firm the soil well about tbo roots ot the plant. As soon as posslblo after setting the plants, cultivation should commence, and It should continue at frequent intervals till falL. .Keep tho weeds down and the top soil loose. If tbo runners got too thick, cut out part ot thorn, leaving about six Inches between them. Runners may bo encouraged to root by putting an Inch or two of sotl over each ono near the end. There are several methods ot planting In general use, which may bo modified to suit tho planter. Tho method which seems best adapted to ordinary Questions Answered Berea, Friend of Working 6tudents. Berea CoIIego, with Its affiliate institution. It requires certain tees, tat: schools. Is not a money-makinit expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benefit ot Its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for students? to cam and. save In every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation ot tho young people. Our students come frenst the best families and aro earnest to do well and Improve. For any. who may be sick tho College provides doctor and nurso without extra charge. All excopt those with parentn in Berea live In College buildings, and! assist In work ot boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to the value ot tholr labor. Except In winter It is cxpected'that all will hare a chance to earn a part of their ex' penses. Write to tho Secretary before coming to securo employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain Clothing. Our climate Is tbo beat but aa students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wrap and underclothing, umbrella and overshoes are necessary. The Store, furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and H. COHEN, Assistant to President of the Appalachian Exposition. COL. SANDFORO and has for vice presidents, Messrs. M. D. Arnold, J. L. Oeaver, J. O. SOIL Bterohl, and D. M. Cbambllss; and tor MOISTURE IN ORCHARD a board of dlrectcra has forty of the most prominent citizens of Knoxvllle. Water Is of Prime Importance While Tree Is Fruit Making Chief Elements of Success. Blue Flowered Hydrangeas. The application to tbo soil, when hyIs growing, of eithdo not go through are washed down drangea hortensia to the lower edge of the sieve thus er alum, aluminum sulphate or Iron leaving the rest free for tho strain- sulphate have been found to Induce the formation of blue flowers. ing of the mixture. A Brass Screen. other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College asks no rent for tho fine buildings In which sti'dentu live, charging only enough rooas rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing ot bedding and towels. For tablo board, without coffee br extras, $1.35 a week. In the fall, g, and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing ot 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantco for return of .room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, and Is returned when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help, on expenses for caro ot school bankings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Feo for most students ts $5.00 a term, $C00 In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 in Colle glate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental, fee arid room rent T tho term, board by the half term. Installments aro as fallows: bed--din- Vocational FALL TERM COMPREHENSIVE SCOPE OF EXPOSITION In developing the Appalachian exposition, to be held at Knoxvllle, Tean., September 11 to October 1, next, a thorough organisation of ex parts Is engaged. Early in the planning for this exposition it was determined to surpass, as far aa possible, tho splendid successes ot last year. Many of the men who wero responsible for that signal achievement have continued their work for the building of a greater exposition this year, and that they are succeeding Is already demonstrated. CoL L. D. Tyson, president of the exposition, placed the several depart-meat- s in charge of the following men as heads Agriculture and Horticulture A. Jones. Live Stock Dr. M. Jacob. Poultry and Pet Stock L. B. and Foundation Academy School. and Norma'. $ 6.00 6.60 9.45 T. John Audi-glet.- v FeSratry and Minerals J. O. Crura-bllsC- l- Amusements and Attractions CoL Cary F, Spence, Live dteck. The live stock show under the direction ot Dr. M. Jaeob, chairman, was a revelation net only to Bast Tennessee, but to the entire country: and one of the flnest horse shows as well aa live stock exhibits that has ever taken place a this country was seen last year; and Dr, Jacob feels assured of a more jaagntfleeat show la his gion. Jtae this year Agriculture. The agricultural exhibit of seven or eight counties ot Bast Tennessee and North Carolina was said to be the very best agricultural exhibit ever made In Tennessee. Director Jno. A. Jones says that this year be will have an agriculture exhibit far surpassing' that or last year in every particular. Poultry snd Pet Stock. Mr. L. It Audigier, In charge ot tho poultry and pet stock department, presented a show which attracted exhibitors from all the sections ot the south and even from the east Mr. Audigier claims that the building occupied last year will not be large enough for his exhibit, and is urging the directors to build him a now building for the exhibit of poultry. Mining snd Minerals. White the forestry building was astounding in its splendid array, by many people who visited the Appalachian exposition It was pronounced the best arranged building on the grounds. And even with Its being on the hill and hard to Climb, many thousands visited it daily. This department has been placed this year la the hands ot a new director, Mr. J. O. Crumbllss. Mr. Crumbllsa is a man ot determination, push, energy and ability, with a wide knowledge and acquaintance with the people and resource ot the great Appalachian region he is being ably assisted by J. Q Stewart and O. H. Freeman, two of the best posted mea on minerals In the Appalachian re (Dr WALTER B. LEUTZ.) As water is the means of circulation of plants as well as of animals therefore it Is ot prime Importance that water be present In the soil, In order that the plant food In the soli may be taken up by the trees. Many orchards have sufficient available plant food, but lack water at that critical period while the tree is fruit making. If a soil lacks water some form of fertilisers are a positive de- triment it they are present In abund- ance. The chief elements of success in preparing an orchard soil for the best results may be summed up as: Removing surplus water from the 'soil. The conservation ot plenty of moisture, Tho Judicious use of manure and cover crops. The use of potash and phosphoric acid la available forms. Cultivation to keep a mulch. Reducing the number ot trees' per aero. By withholding nitrogen, and lucreaslng the amount ot mineral matter. I)y the use ot'wlnd breaks. By mulching. By keeping the soil In the best physical condition possible. It Is not wise to stick to the exclusive use ot any one practice, but to employ various methods to maintain the fertility of the orchard soils. Buying Trees. The Inexperlencod planter thinks be Is getting a bargain when he buys trees three or four years old, but experience will show thst yearlings are better and he should never plant anything over two years old. Always buy clean, straight trees with short stems, and even then, de not bo afraid to prune before Practice clean cultivation In tho orchard. A grape vine should bear only a limited number of clusters. No other fruit plant requires so careful pruning as tho grape vine. Poultry manure should be freely used for both fruits and vegetables. There Is danger ot sunscald It too many largo branches are removed In June. Set the chrysanthemums where they can be protected from cold winds and rainstorms. The spple worm is the larva ot the codling moth, and it gets Into tho apple at this season ot tbo year. You cannot raise a young orchard without spraying any more than you can raise apples without spraying. San Jose scale, codling moths, and other pests rob us of 20 per cent, of our annual 135,000,000 fruit crop. As soon as now shoots appear on tho young grapo vines cbooto one or two of tbo strongest shoots and leavo them for growth. Chrysanthemums, planted In good soil and cerefully cultivated throughout tho summer, will Sower abundantly late In tbo fall. Remember, tbat good cultivation with fruit bushes or vines during tho early growing period Is as essential as with corn or vegetables. la transplanting plants It Is much better to fill the iolo after the plant Is set. the soil added gradually, then to, water after the bolo Is filled. Young grapes will bear some fruit tfep second season after planting if tay make a good growth and are otherwise well cared for during th Srst growing season. -cur-cull- Incidental Fee Room Hoard, 7 week Amount due Sept. 13, 1911 Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911.. $ 6.00 . College-- . $ 7.fr 7.00 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.00 $31.40 9 6.00 7.20 7:60 9.4t $23.46 9.46 ... $20.05 9.45 $29.50 $29.00 $ 5.00 Total for term If paid In advanc WINTER TERM $3149 $3Z4 $ 7.99 Incidental Feo Room . 6 weeks '. , . 600 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $28.60 $ 6.00 ard, 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $30.70 $ 6.00y 6.00 6.75 $17,75T 7J MB 9fi Amount duo Jan. 3, 1912 Board 6 weeks, due Feb. 14, 1912 $3U9 $32J9 S31J8 Z Total for term If paid In advance SPRING TERM Incidental Fee Room . 9 7 . '4.00 6.75 $15.75 6.76. Soard.'S weeks Amount duo March 27, 1912 Board, S weeks, due May 1, 1912 . M S.7S 6.75" $24.50 924.00 $18J S.7S $25.59 926.9S Total for term If paid In advance ....$22.60 $22.00 Plan Now, Come September !3th young man or young woman can r,ct an educatloa at Any Berea It there is tho will to do so. It U a great advantago to start in the Fall and have a full year of study. Many young people wasto time in the public schools going ovor and over the same things, when they might bo Improving much faster by coming to Berea and stsrtlng in on new studies with sume ot the beat young men and women from other counties and States. Make your plsns to come September 13th. For Information or friendly advice-- write to the Secretary. able-bodiecea-tlnuo- us D. Walter Morton, bereh. kit. Page Eight. MonoionoieitononononoHononnoHotonoKonoKononononononog THE CITIZEN. daughter, Mrs. George Moody. Miss Suda rowell and mother vrera shop ping In Richmond, Tuesday. Ml Opal Lucas of Cincinnati, Ohio, Is visiting her Bister, Mrs. Alex Asblll. I. A. Bowman and son, Sheridan, mndo a business trip to Lexington last week. Attorney and Mrs. O. I. Jackson spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson ot Mote. Mrs. Xlnilil RMMn nf TYlnotnli I. visit, H, , Rnj h July 13. Charley Baker made trip to Wlldie, today. if 1 1. a business who has been In poor health far tewe time Is no bettor. The mMeMrlea AllOONIC o fiom Cortland, visited her, Monday, Boone, July 10. Tho preaching and held sorvlco and prayer fer e service at Falrvlow, Sunday, was her. Sho Is not expected to live Ion. o conducted by tho Rov. W. 11. Lam-br- t. Corn hoeing Is about over la this o Vlclnltyr-Sovor- al Born to Mr. and Mrs, J, Northhavo begun wakM He ttmifttittct ptMUkt ltn lifted In full Vy tt wilier, lit tint o ern, July C, a girl. Born to Mr. and ing cross ties. Waller Gilbert, travelK trUestt of coat faith. WtlU pUlaljr. U not lor piblicattoa, kit Mrs. John King, July 7, a bey t Mrs. ing salesman, was calling on the merDaisy Lambert died Juno 27th after chants here, Monday. Rov. Louts onononotoonootonononotoOofcooJooojokoojojonoon n Bhort Illness. Funeral services were Cnudcll Is on tho sick Hat this week. 100.-T- hcro ItOCKMIHU Hayes at McKee for JACKSON COUNTY Hurrah for Tho Citizen and Us uncle Ely conducted by tho Rov. D. Phelps and Rockford, July lC.-- Old ,, ...um viw Xf. MAUi.nr.N l Vnl0W- many readers. M la'd t0 Vr nVvru. WM bur,cJ 'lt hCr Sunday nlghtT-Rl-ley R..niS Coffco' Bed 82 Gabbard ha, ,ne July 10. One of tho a very bad rising on his arm.-- Mot Maulden, TBL8"n1ar fold Scaffold Cane cemetery. Thurs- - She leave, a husband, mother and ESTILL COUNTY foil hero, Saturday, all the children In this neighborhood heaviest rains 1? sooi Christian man fwcral brothers and sisters to mourn month, havo whooping cough. F that wo havo seen for several berraveu nave our aeon nJ wo11. "ked ,,. M wh0 know hlm' Wagersvllle, July 10. Misses Sunday night. Miss Jesslo ,, .vmnnthv. II. ni.ldln nf Brlncll and Molllo Arvlne, Delia Gentry Re.a llerdfork was out of its hanks. Hep. PA It HOT and Rldgo was In Boon, Saturday. Copo left, Friday, to bo gono W. A. Mr. I an Scrlvncr and Mr. Ermlno Brough-to- n u... nn... Un wero married, July 5. Wo wish Harry Woodall, with his rarrot. juir . Most an uie larm 1. imn...inn go to Boveral months. Ho will first little son a prosperous and happy llfo- .,, wero tho jguesls ot Miss - Kate oJi ors aro dono laying by their corn. v.HMni jni,ln Loulsvlllo to atUnd tho Stato ConRov. Milton McGulro and children returned from Illinois, Saturday. Wagers, 8uuday Mlsse Annie M. rnu are taxing caro 01 ineir oais ,l. nn t.... lcd Amyx left, ThursMr. Drow of Conwayhad a cow killed Wagers vention. John It. 8al ion ot Richmond, Thun.da-MIhm ,0 ka and Lena Flynn wero the and grass. Corn In this vicinity sS day, for a two weeks visit with his aro re by tno train ono day last week. Mr, guests ot Miss Edith Fowler, Sat, , urday and Sunday-Farm, needlnc rain. Clark Cunacln Is ill 1 ...n slstor, Mrs. Frank Ward, at London with 'Jolclng over a nice shower thatjam, and Mrs. J. Wron were In Madison urday night and Sunday, Misses typholdIsnac Morris left. ,1Pr em..ln. Mr. chLt,.r ,,ark, and his brothers, Dr. W. T. Amyx, last Saturday for Illlnols-Amo- ng looking nlco but County, 8unday. Mrs. Jostle Bmlth Maudo Park and Mary Wilson wero .... 1)nl., of wockw Miss Saturday. Corn is was visiting Mrs. Tom Gulnn, at Bo ot Livingston, and C. A. Amyx, of thoso that attended tho picnic nt .hopping in Irvine, Saturday. Mr. qT Iiotatoes aro Bcarce. Wheat thresh' aa tho guest week. Sunday School is Flnley Peters, who has been vet Paris. E. D. Flanery and Mrs. J. E. Ylat Top from this place wero Kannto JttckBon lug Is going on horo at this writing. ' Mg Suda poylft Sunday. Robert - progressing nicely with 1. Huff ai sick, Dolcomb returned, Tuesday, from a Misses Nora, Mlunlo and Lucy Price, is able to be out again .Messrs; UowoiI( ot mn, apent last week -- James Vaughn and others aro haut- .supi-M- rs. visit with Mr. and Mrs. James M. Ellen and Bertha Wilson, Ida and Mattio uada of Rockford lng quite a lot of wood for J. W. vltn h,g grand,,arcnts, Mr. and Mm Todd. School began hero today with !Wtt vlslUmr In this section, Sunday. M. T. Taylor and Millard Ncal, of Flanery. of Tcrrill, Madison County. Amy Gabbard; Messrs. David Irvine, nttcndod church at and ; c Powcll of thu j.iacMrs. Rom of -- Misses Bottlo and Hattlo Poyntcr Camp, Sunday. Master BonnieStationd Misses Laura and Dora Amyx War-forJcsso Gabbard, James Hundley and Tur,oy wag tUo of her ,ulC)Pi Miss Besslo McWhorter as teacher. wero visitors at Boone, Sunday. I Egypt woro at Maulden on business, picking Is all tho r,o Is sick at this wrltlng.VSchool Prico is Mrg( whlt Moojy, Wednesday Pbert McDowell.-RIch- ard and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Moore confined to his bed with typhoid hero except a few passing drummers W. Todd passed thru Boono, Monday, opened at this place, Monday, with Mr. and Mrs. James Miller ot Rich will leave, tho 24th, to begin their fever. Thoro will bo preaching at I rjmrsday. occasionally. H. E. Bulleu and family Miss Maudo Park as teacher. Tom , mLt. schools at Foxtown. Mr. and Mr. tho school houso tho third Saturday Sunday. Sol. mond, returned home, Saturday af Kldwell is still very sick. m. D. Settle Is still at Big Hill, wero In Rockford, Illinois, and Sunday in this month. James Gabbard of Tuscola, ot Disputants was in ter a pleasant visit 'With relatives and M1r9 Belling good flour and all kinds ot Hammond LOCfHTIIHANCII aro expected hero next week to vis- Hlla McCowan has been visiting her groceries at bottom prices. Call Rockford, 8unday. T. F. Gulnn and friends at this plaee. Locust Branch, July 7, We aro Mrs. Gabbard's parents, Mr. and sister, Mrs. MolWo Nelson, this week. nnj it having very hot weather now and CLAY COUNTY BC0 him and you will find this 'others are hero today gathering ber Mrs. J. E. Sljorf, TINK rain Is noeded vory much. Saturday of Welch- - to bo true. ries. Dr. O. W. Goodmnn MILIUtKI) Vino, July 8. Most all tho farm' nnd Sunday aro our legular meeting burg called at this place, Thursday, DREYFUS VTILMK era aro thru hoeing their corn. Mr, days at this place, School began at Mildred, Ky., July 6, 1611. to see Ills patients who have typhoid. (litcd KmlorMmirnt Wlldlc, July 10. Mrs. Matilda Bry- Lit Estrldgo made a business trip tho Blcknell school house, July 3rd. -- James Shelton, ot Annvllle Is stayDreyfus, July 10, 1911. Editor ot Tho allien, ant Ulod at her homo, July 2. Sht to Richmond, last week. Mr. O. W. Mss Mary Brownie, is teaching. Berea, Ky. ing at Levi Gabbard's and working Editor Bcreal Citizen. leaves five children and a host ot I5rownlng ftnd h)J g,gtcHn.,aw Lu. Jim Barker, who Bear Sir: Id tho stave business. Mart Combs, Dear Sir: has been at work and tlo Fcrguson, made a business trip on tho train, Is at home this week. Please allow mo space in your nhlln rnttlnir crnsn tho other dav. I Thn Citizen has been read in mv I friends to mourn her lossv-- Mr. I paper for a few words to tho children let a colt run' into tho mowing ma- - family almost continuously since its MrB- - Ike C0"0 ot Valloy v,ow wer0 to Mr. Andy Hamilton's, last Satur -- Georgo Miller's two little girls that are now entering tho Public chine cutting two of It legs off. 'birth and scarcely misses an issue jhcro last wook to atUmd tho burlal day. Ben Browning, who has been are visiting Mrs. Dogln Marcum, this Cof-invory poorly, Is out again. Miss Mat" woclc Clabo Smith's two daughter, schools. Moxie and Ellen Wyatt wero visit- - without overy lino of It being read iof Mr Coffey's father, Mr. Ely who deiarted this life after an tlo Clark, who has been attending of Richmond, visited Mrs. Molllo I havo gone to school some but at Adam Price's. Sundav. Mm. 'at least bv some ono of tho famllr. 1. ..nn i nn.hi n iu oi.i.i HlncsB of several months. Mr. and school at Richmond for the post tow Blcknell, last week Blackberry pick oiv m. inn i.v. should havo gono much more in C...1.1 Uotson visited at tho home months, Is with home folks again. M"- - J order to prepare myself for tho most Cunagln was calling nt John McD0w- - u speak of Its merits. ing la tho rago now. useful life possible I believe that ell's. Sunday evenlnc G. W. Suarks I It is about as uncommon to see a ;o: wr. ana Airs, freeman uairon, Mrs. Beckle J. Pennington, who has LETTER FROM LOUISVILLE IU teach tho school at this plaio letter In The Citizen from one ask- - Sunday. Mr. James Proctor Is about been sick, is much better. Misses 'every one is designed for a life of (Contlntml from flulte as ho has been for some time. I.aura Morgan and Mary Rico visit' usefulness and ho should strive the ensiilnir vear. Tho Democratic Inir the nnner discontinued unon tho you and tho People over whom you whllo he has an opportunity to go primary at this place passed off very ground that It is "no good" as it Mrs. Eliza Iliatt who has been sick ed Miss Julia Ferguson, Sunday. to school to find out what particular quietly, Saturday. is to see Halley's Comot, and, when so long Is not expected to live but Wilson and Allco Hurley visited preside In his Holy Keeping. By direction of tho Inhabitants. calling suits him best and let his this does happen, It makes ono think a short time. Mr. and Mm. Bath their brother, Robert, of near Ann GRAY II AAV K rchoollng develop him for that choson Christ. Greenup Gray Hawk, July 5. Most every there Is something radically wron? Sharp, ot Richmond, are with friends vllle. Henry Ferguson purchased a work. The schools should qualify one ono Is done laying by corn and get with tho heart or head. I have never here this week. Miss Pearl Bullen form noar Cradlebow for $500 aud Tho. Barbe. 1ms moved In order to take care of socn anything In the paper but what and Mr.Tom Wolf were quietly marGrecnberry Dorsey. for future living for living In such ting ready to cut oats and grass. Danville, Juno 3, 1792. a way that tho world will be better Outs are short but most of them will I consider clean, respectable and o ried at tho homo of the brldo, the fruit. IIUUNINCl grillNOS telllgont, calculated to promote the Wednesday. Wo wish them a long and Othor similar letters from differ for that life. A man's life is a failto cut. J. B. Bingham traded Burning Springs, July 8. Tlio 4th ent sections ot the state, and exure ot whom it can be said after tnulo colt, 3 days old, to H. L. Brum- - very best Interest of tho people and prosperous life. Born to Mr. and bis death that the world has not back for a horso 13 years old, and preaching tho Doctrine of Tempcr-gav- o Mrs. W. A. Coffey, a flno boy. Mr. Division Board of Education mot pressing similar thoughts, aro to be Education, Civilization and Joe Coffey has been very sick for hero last Saturday to appoint teach- found In this collection. been benefited by him. L, ance, fifty dollars to boot. H. One should weigh tho character of Brumback Is going to Hamilton, O., Christianity without w hich no peo-t- o tho past week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam ers. Tho ladles gavo them a most J. n. Robertson. Coffey visited friends at Dlsputanta, delicious dinner In ono of the school tho different pursuits in life and see Sandlln and Plo can prosper. look for a Job.-J- ohn 3 FARM- S- 325 ACRES rooms. Dr. Wm. B. Hornsby left FOR SALE what is necessary for success. But, wife paid Mrs. Mary Bingham a vis n few days ago to llnd a Ideation in before entering any one, tho ques- it, Sunday, and enjoyed their first Having decided to tro west. I will THE GOVERNOR IS RICHT Jackson County to practice his pro offer for salo my ontlre estate, tion as to whether a particular call- mess ot green beans. The Rev., Mr. foaalon. Ills many friends wish him ing is respectable should be con- Johnson of tho M. E. church preachof 3 forma located In Miillan.i Id our issue of June 22il, we reviewed the law lately enacted in Mrs. Pierson Lunsford Is County, on tho waters of Silver Creek, Bucccss. sidered, and, when it is found to be, ed at Gray Hawk lost Sunday to a New York regarding the carrying of concealed weapons. Since that Btlll very HI. Mrs. Lydla Hcnsley iwo miles north of Berea. then one's ability and adaptation large crowd on tho subject of time Governor Willson has refused to pardon a man sentenced to life died a tow days ago and was burled are next to be consulted. It then Righteousness. W. R. Englo Is havTho home tdaco contains 211 acre. imprisonment because it was shown that the man was in the habit In the Macedonia cemetery. Dr. G. U one and halt miles from Berea oa one trusts in God and his merits be- ing his store house painted this week. of carrying a pistol. O, Maggard has arrived to take up the Kingston pike, one come well known he may be invited J. F. and Joab Begley are having a ot the nicest The following words of the Governor, clipped from the Lexhis dental practice, after being ut little homes In the County. It has to some dignified and honorable hot race for school trustee. Joab Is ington Herald, we heartily endorse and commend to all our readers: Hyden for somo months. Hiram Mc a nlco two story dwelling with seven position In church or state- that he a Democrat and J. F. a Republican. "No man ought to bo pardoned who is guilty of Crcary spent last Sunday with his rooms, a good woll in the porch: does not even anticipate. The Rev. BUI Anderson has gone crime of shooting another man, when it tiirnn the family. He is employed on tho tele- - smoke houso; barn, 40 feet long: bugout that he is guilty of tho crlnio of carrying n conBut whatever be one's calling he to Lexington, this week, on business. cealed and deadly weaKn, especially Itltlsahnblt. i.hono lino ot London. Jock Raw gy shed; 2 good gardens should not despise labor. So hurrah for Tho Citizen and its Farmers and a flno It has been the rule of the Governor' oillce, since lings and Roy Hornsby left to look orchard ot 100 bearing fruit trees and mechanics are the bone and many readers and Judge O'Rear for December 10, 1007, not to pardon men sentenced for for work in Ohio. The Fourth or of the choicest varieties. The whole sinew of the nation but they should governor. Scott Evans had a hay carrying concealed and deadly weapons. It Is my July picnic was well attended and Is well fenced. be educated just as any other class. stack struck by lightning and burnrecollection thnt only three pardotm for that offence have been granted lu that time, nnd in each of these, everyone was much pleased with tho They can be as much benefited by ed up, a few days ago. The sosond tract of 248 acres la except the first case, there was eBpecial and imaddress delivered by Prof. Robinson, one ot the best stock farms In Madl scientific and literary pursuits as HAND OAF. the time which made pardon mediate danger at principal of the schools. In the even- con. Being located on both sides ot any of tho professions. Do not rush just. But no pardon should ever be granted ton man A second Sand Gap, July 7. ing tho boys played a lively garni Silver Creek, lta water supply sever into some of the learned professions drought Is visiting this vicinity, and who goes about ready to kill. "Society should Instantly and forever ostracize ot baseball. Berries are very plenti fulls and it grows any grain that can because they apiiear genteel. Some is damaging crops a great deal. any mnn caught carrying a deadly weapon ns a ful and aro ot a good quality. Tho be grown in the County. Will produce of them aro already too much crowd Several menace to everbody who has to associate with him, from this place attended court ed. weather continues very dry and hot. 10 barrels of corn In any ordinary as n coward who will be dangerous at Ills' slightest Richmond, Monday. Rev. G. V. at The showers have passed all around season. It has 2 small subsUntl.il Tho Christian Ministry is a noble temper or fear. Let us nil shun tho man who goet and wife visited their about with a pistol or knife as a degenernte, a disus. calling, for in it ono can do good to C'lemmons houses; 2 good barns and out build daughter, Mrs. Albert Isaacs rf grace to Kentucky manhood and courage, and a 8KXTOHB CRKEK his fellow men. Other professions and ings, good gardens; a nlco spring and Top, Saturday and Sunday. creature Infected with contagious cowardice nnd High Mor a new cistern. This Sextons Creek, July all other trades look longingly Minnie and Mary Johnson visited murder." farm borders on gan and her granddaughter, Marv tho Kingston plko and on the County towards tho acquisition ot wealth And we also endorse and commend the Herald's comments which ttielr uncle, Dave Durham, aud famiSparkB, of near Manchester, are vis road and could bo cosily but it should not be tho test. divided Into were, in part, as follons: ly, Saturday night aud Sunday, aud iting at R. II. Bowman's. Rev. Jno. X good farms with outlet Respectfully, tor each. attonded Sunday school at Durham "It should not bo possible for any mnn In KenWilder and others will preach at tho CO acres are in corn, balance in small J. 8. Moore. tucky to own a deadly weapon thnt can be carried Mr. P. Mar-cufechool house, Sunday. Clark school house the fourth Sun- firaln. All under good fence. coucealed upon his person, without his name and CAIIICO and son of Wanela wero hen the fact of that ownership being n matter of police day in this month. Ben Stapleton Carico, July 8. The drought con this week, on business. Mrs. Ellen Tno 3rd tract of 51 acres is n record, nor should It be possible for any dealer to will start for Lexington In a few the home place. Unues in this section with but Jittlo Williams and little granddaughter, It has a small dwe soil to any man. without a permit from the police people ot this neighbor- ling, a good now days. Most rain. Uncle Billy Adklnson Is not Myrtle, visited Mrs. Riddlo Durham authorities, a weapon that can be carried barn. 60 feet lone: hood aro about dono working their garden and nice young expected to live very long. The and daughter, last week. J. W. Wilorchard. Here corn. Marlon Smith's baby is very is the chance to get a good little daughter of 8. It. Itoberts, liams Is very poorly agalu Rev. W. farm sick No new cases of measles this cheap, Will sell age 10 years, fell, tho 5th, and came . ,,.uu I apclvtnrl""' Hn . r it separate from the jv. uim, w urin.t r.A w".- -, 1 Bupposo the paper belongs to last week. 'Mrs. F. A. Burdette ii week. Marlon Moore had a corn hoevery near bolng killed. Mrs. Lcatha O. V. Ciemmons, m uis regular cnurtn rest but must sell tho others flrxL he- Uerea CoUeee. but Berea Coll very sick at this writing. Mrs, E. E. ing Monday, and Martin Peters had For further information call on or Tussey Is Improving very slowly. Saturday and Sun- - ,ongg servlces here, last ! am vory tho Reynolds, The fourth ot July picnic went oft day. and a goodly number were out vUltcd one Tuesday, Both men got a good write to, Ploasant Evans, Berea, Ky, of Livingston nicely with a large crowd and plen to hear them. J. G. Durham bought I flU to B4rea( for ft snAt nulnber of friends hero last week. Mr. and Mrs. days work done. Tho weather is R. R. No. 1. y0unr men and voun wnmon with ty ot dinner. Mr. Henry Allen, of a nice horse, Monday, ia Richmond. ag W. W. Coffoy visited their daughter, unusually hot and dry. f puro bJo0(1 ng oyer uncil thru Mrs. Gilbert Dally, at Conway laiit CALIFORNIA Moo res Crock, passed thru here on OWSLEY COUNTY Jesse Durnara.wem to uerea, won- tno veIng and aa good lnmda M Mn official business, this week Bora day, on business. 8unday. Mr. T. G. Reynolds and TKAVKLKIIH HKhT. you are thinking of coming cr It bo found, not having sufficient means to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cunagln, a daughter, Ethel, were In RlchtnonJ, to acquire an education clbewhere, Travelers Rest, July G. Luther Bot-ne- r, want to know why you should coma boy, the 2nd ot this month. Mr. J. Monday. MADISON COUNTY have been met by it and helped to who has been away for ten to California, write to me, a&d I HAHTH Bhelton, Mr. Bert Summers and Sirs. CLIMAX get thru. years, visited bis friends and rela- shall take delight in tailing you way, Harts, July 10. There was a pic Luclnda Summers went to Bell Co., Climax, July 8. Most of tho farm tives last week. M Us Edna Ketch and giving you any information you Many of these joung men and Tennessee, hut Saturday, to boo a nic at tho Sulphur Spring, Tuesday, ers aro finishing their corn at this era left, Monday, July 3rd, for may desire. I am a Kealucklaa and was enjoyed by all. j'uu"f Women have attained to good placoj sick relative, but returned, Monday. July 4th, which Rev. Griffin preached several Hamilton, Ohio, where she will spend take a special interest la Kentucky is homo material that -- Rev. Harley Racer preached at this Wlow. IIUULKY th" T1fB Io?f night sormons at Climax, last week. the summer. Miss Agnes Rowland people. I have been In California ten place, Sunday evenlngMrs. Martha Hurley, July 8, Most all the peoAssociation. W. C. T. U.. Ho Is ot the Christian faith, Is a who lias been ill for several month years, on the farm and thoroughly ple are done laying by corn in thU Combs of Berea visited J. W. Lake'a , wiurcu, fcnaoavor, Prayer meeting. good man and a great preacher ot with consumption, died, Saturday, understand the soli and conditions. tr.,.in tin vvm.. section. Rev. A. B. Gabbard preache Publl 8ooli' - aud H ,s t0 the gospel. Wm. Marcum was at July 1st. Sho left a mother, two It you think of coming to California ed at this place, last Saturday and Corn crops aro Jooklng fine and berry them as well as others that The Wtldle on business, Wednesday. Mr. brothers, oue slstor and a host of drop rae a line, Sunday. J. H. Gabbard attended the picking is tho chief occupation now, C,Uz n come brlnE,DS Yours truly, II. L. Bishop, lu weekly Mason Anglln was at Climax, Thurs friends to mourn her loss. Mr. SidT. J. Lako sold a nlco ilock ot old Soldiers Decoration day at Beday, on business. We bad some rain ney Caudlll and Miss Katty Lynch Klngsburg, Fro n so County, Cat. ui'piy ui t,uou tilings, sheep to Mr. E. Fish. Walter Gadd rea, July 4th. Frank Gabbard, John I am 62 years old thu 24th day and a considerable wind storm on thi I wero quietly married at tho homo . .... . . .. Roberts, Ellhu Hurley and Wiley and family of Dlsputanta have been ot this month and I can I.... remember luuivu, uut ,1.. iuitu ub nuv tuuiu uaiui or tno oriuo, xuesuay, juiy 4111, "for God's SikB Do SMHtrW Roberts left, Sunday, for Woodford visiting their parents .here. School dono at this place. Mrs. Sherman Elder J. B. Rowlett officiating. Af .r Cook, who has been on tho lll begin at this place next Monday. ' . ... County to work fur a while. Jako In our uw bunk "J'LatVtltM ,CCDS0 ,l sick list tor the ceremony all n Joyed a whole.?ocn' 60 long, Gabbard has moved to I. R. Huyoi with Miss Pearl McClure as teacher. mv luubi uuuttu uu vuucaiion. is some bettor at this writ- some dinner aud departed, K'uvlu Sunday school Is doing flno, and t.vn place near McKee. Thero was a picfuxra. . lu aica mm. I want Tho Citizen to live Ion; ing. Rev. Culton tilled his regular their regardB to tho newly married nic at McKee, July 4th. iMr. and largo crowds attend. Sidney and all should help It by subscrib- appolntmont nt Brush Creek, last couple. School begins at this plnw, la selling out to go to Illi- ing. Mrs. George McCollum visited at So, Dear Editor, you need not Sunday. Ho preached to a large crowd Monday, July 10th. MIbb Mattle Ray I'erry McColluin's on Horse Lick, nois. T. J. Lake bought some rat send uncle Nod over to our home. and had a good meeting. Dr. R. TI. ' Jo teacher. Saturday and Sunday .The Rev. Ball tle from George Payno. Levi Mc- Lot hi u bo thut time to UllBaDiiMiaii. '11 .11 Nl'.IIAbTIN in call upon Lewis returned from Illinois, recentClure, who has boon working at Red preached at this place, Wednesday M Uw WHU SUM Tra4 U Um ly. He cays It is very dry out there fcoonie one who" has not subscribed. Sobaataln, July 4. Rev. W, Reed 11 rat U fM night. Pal Gabbard, Chris Roberts House, is at home this week. f w mas. nwi m4 Whon my subscription is out I will but wheat Is good, corn looks, well preached at Lucky Fork, Sunday, CUU. lM.UkMB.kl.flM and Bill Bailey caught two flno K1NOHTON send ln .tho price. but oats and grass aro no good. Dr. July 2. Most of tho public schools wtuiuina Uktl.UrMlll.f tt. bout ground hogs, Wednesday. Mr. Chai. Kingston, July 10. Mike Noe of Yours truly, Jones ot Goochland wba ku" been In this division will begin, Monday, O.UH Km. Mm lta ft UmktiUa ilm. Gabbard bought a horse from J, R. Paint Lick spent Sunday with his James Lunsford, on tho sick list so long l ho better, July 10th. Aunt Nancy Williams X ROCKCASTLE COUNTY East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else After being closed down for fir) years tho mines are being opened up nt JohnctU and shipments ot coal will soon bo made. The branch road running out from Brush Creek has beon repaired and tho work dono so well that tho rumor Is afloat that tho lino may bo extended into Jackson Co. and possibly on to McKco. Z ' - t. v; "f"" ,7't ! WAm-.KHVII.I.- .... ..,.. ors Lh ' ig ; ir in-d- con-sllttn- a- m T-- I "-- g,. .a i't.,the " on ... ..... I""" 0", ".7 Van-Wink- le Hi J mli jfSVTiM"