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Devoted to the Interests of tlie 3oxnta,in People DERBA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 20, 1011 Ono Dollar a year. No. 3 The Citizen THE TEST OF THE TEACHER we npoko of tbo school-hous- e the tale that It tells. Our contention wan that it recommend or it indicts the community, tbo parents In either cane it advert tut a tbem their interest or their Knowledge la power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge la to read a good newspaper. Firo centii a copy. July 8 to 22 July 8 to 22 Last week .Iff and often it what fills Ike furst. Fetv are the fortunes made by "lucky sir 7Ji ',',"'" , You Are Invited Wc ore having a Good Values Party in here this week, in a Clearance Sale. Hart, Schnfiher (& Marx and other well known brands of clothes, W. L. Douglas shoes, Swann brand hats, Wilson Bros, shirts All go at record breaking cut prices. Rj. R E E B R Editorial. News of Week. In Our Own State, A COYLE KENTUCKY III indifference, Ibeir glory or tbelr shame. And the talo in told. Tbo record la made. Tbo teacher baa np. peared on the scene, and it is up to him. There la enough to bo done ivbatover the record whether It tells of interest or IndifTer enco. In tbo one case the work of tbo teacher alone is to bo done, in the other tbo failure of tbo parents is to be retrieved in addition. Now tho teacher in undergoing the teat. Some one will sit in judgment upon his work just an upon that of tbo parents. Tho greater tho failure of the parents, the greater the teacher's opportunity; aud the greater his opportunity, tbo grenter his failure or success. What will the record hef He will tench the Arithmetic, the Grammar, the Geography nad the History, of course. His certificate asserts that he is able to do that. But these are really minor matters. They may never touch the life. They do not necessarily mako bettor citizens, purer lives, cleaner, more healthful homes. The teacher found the school grounds corered with rubbish and weeds. Did the end of the first week see them clean and attractive? Tho interior of the school building was uninviting dirt on the. floor, cobwebs banging from corners and ceiling, seats disarranged, walls and blackboards mutilated with uncouth markings. At the end of the first week was there a transformation ? Did the teacher lead and enlist the children in putting the house in order? We once saw it done and by a mere boy. His heart sank within him. when be approached the schoolbouse on the first Monday, It was n wilderness of sprouts, brush ant) weeds, stones and logs. The boy's courage rose with the day and ns school was dismissed there wan a cheery call for mowing blades, hoes, axes and mattocks; and the next day saw play beeosie work, but tho work was play as all work must be that is heartily done, and out of tbo chaos of ugliness the schoolyard became a phee of beauty. And the girls were enlisted, This was bis appeal to tbem: "Have you any old newspapers at home?" "Yes," was the chorus. "Brine them with a little flour for paste and let's hide the mud in Any man with the inclination to save should come to this bank and start an account,. no matter if 4 it be but $1.00. Wc teach you to save. Wc make it easy to save. Wc IcncI encouragement. Wc pay you to save. We allow 4 per cent interest on savings and compute the interest twice a year. Money deposited on or before the 3rd day of the month is entitled to the full month's intcrcat. Berea Bank & Trust Co. OFFICERS A. Isaacs, Pres. J. W. Stephens, Vice-Pte- s. John F. Dean, Cashier FAMILIAR LETTER FROM PRES'T FROST NEWS ONTO WEEK CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE FIRST PAGE OUR JWN STATE l'realdcnt Front's Health Car Coming. Uuiy Days. SECOND PAGE Genoral News. Weekly Sermon. TH1HD PAOE General News (continued.) Temperance Notes. FOURTH I'AOK Tho Republican Ticket Langley to Head Republican Forces The Platform Let Us Have "Value Received" from the Teachers. REPUULICAN TICKET Wo were only ablo latt week to announce tho selection of Judge. E. C. O'Kear to head tho Republican ticket, tho convention at Uiat tlm, . Local. to secure Movement School for Uerea. FIFTH I'AGE Library Notes. Intcnslvo Farming Oat vb a Graded Corn. When Haying Is done. SIXTH PAGE Continued Story. Essential l'oluta In Potato liaising. Sunday School lesson. SEVENTH PAGE Poultry Notea. Homo Town Helps. Tho Markets. EIGHTH I'AGE Eastern Kentucky News. The Republican Platform. FEATURESJORJEXl WEEK Among tlm many good things wc expect to glvo our readers next week will bo tho second of tho "Familiar Letter ' of Pres. Frost Lessons froni Dr. I'aulson'a Sanitarium. This letter, llko tho one In this Issue, liaa valuablo suggestions for overy one. Another article of unusual interest la by Prof. Robertson, a description Boone's first view of tho Illua feS8. An artlclo of Interest to farmers has for Ita subject, Alfalfa and describes tho method of putting in tho crop. Ab tho election of Is trim-tee- s approaching wo shall publish a valuablo contribution on tho need of selecting men for that office. Lcttors coming to tho Editor's desk dally, boar testimony to the fuct that Tho Citizen la moro and mora meeting tho needs and domauds of its rcadors and advertisers. Now Is a good time to subscribe HEALTH CAR COMING not having takon further action. Tho Judge's hand was seen In the choice of his mora important associates. Especially was this tho case BUSY DAYS as respects Uio candldato for Lieutn enant Governor, both Slack and Mr. Taylor in His Busy, Breezy Style being put asldo for tho more Tells of Things Being- Done in Berea acccptabio Urlstow. There nro evithis Summer. dences, however, Uiat tho head of Uio ticket did not get his preference "School closed, youngsters nit gone, In overy instance. reckon yer havln' a nice, easy rest-ITho full slato follows: time," n neighbor remarked t.i Governor E. C. O'Kear of ono of tho college workers last weer. county. "Well rather" was his reply; and ho Lieutenant Governor U L. told of tho work being dono and tha Urlstow, of Scott county. changes now In progress for tho greatW. Ilethurum, of er comfort pf our boys und girls for Auditor L. Hockcastlo county. tho coming year. Perhaps some of Bocretary of State A. J. Oliver, our Uerea friends would like to know of Allen County. how those of us who stay in Uerea Attorney General Tom I). Mc- hocp buBy In tho summer. Gregor, of Marshall county. Store. Herman Monrco of Treasurer Tho "Coop" has been moved to Uio Ixmlsvtlle, Superintendent of lubllc Instruc basement of Lincoln Hall, has been to tion T. W. Vinton, of Caldwell coun- doubled In size, tho stock made lncludo a much greater torlety, and ty. Commissioner of Agriculture D. W, facilities introduced which it is hop-- d will bo for tho grenter convenClark, of Knox county. Clork of tho Court of Appeals C. ience of our collego workers than ever before. A receiving department 8. Wilson, of tho Eleventh dlbtrlct. In connection with tho store will SOMETHING TO STAND ON proper delivery tho greatly facllltato tho On another pago wo publish of packages and will obviate tho strong and progressive Republican moro Intrlcnto system .of receiving platform. It seems to us that It U voguo. enough and yet &pcclfc enough blanks now in broad Boarding; Hall Kitchen. to appeal to every citizen regardTho kltchon g beln less of party. It faces tho future. lit lieruslug Uiat CREED or citizenship oulargcd to almost doublo its size, can tho voters fall to remember that replastcred and ccmcntlcoed, and a the opposing party huB no platform k.ieclnl room added for preparing and that Its councils are divided us vegetables, An excavation will be to how ono Is to bo gotten? It has mado under tho south annex for a Contlntud on cellar capacity of threo or more car PHHel-burn' Mont-gomc- the cracks." "Any pictures to spare? Any wild flowers by the roadside." The next day eager lingers brought forth white walls with pictures on them and there was the fragrance of flowers everywhere. And the boy teacher made some interesting discoveries. Without designing it he had solved the problems of discipline, of study and of influencing tho home. Interest was the key word and the sense of the beautiful innate In every child was his nlly. He bad learned that children need only a suggestion and a leader. Give these and the work is done. The school bouse becomes a place of beauty, a beehive of industry, and soon its spirit is caught up by the home. Erery teacher goes on trial aa ho approaches tho school house for the opening of school. The verdict is withheld for a abort time but in many cases it could be divined at the end of the first week. It is of his own making and depends not upon his mastery of the three It's but upon bis ability to correlate the school with the home and the life upon his teaching in terms of the needs of the home. loads of eatables, lead directly from table room, also a Is being added Hinsdale Sanitarium, July 16, '11. To Borea Students, wherever tho My Summer finds them Dear Young Friends: I havo never visited with you half enough. Every time I met you la Chapel last year, and traced the Ions lines of faces In tho gallery, I wish ed I could sit down and have a good talk with each one. Since. Commencement I have been over all tho names In tho catalog and heard what deans and teachers havj to say about you, and havo Investi gated tho records of your scholarship nnd Industry in tho Registrar's office. Prom all this It Is evident wo bad a remarkably bright and earnest pet of young peoplo In school last year, and tho "Honor-roll- " will bo longer than ever. And all this makes me more desirous to bo an Intimate und helpful friend to each and all toward this more Intimate acquaintance I am proposing to write some familiar letters In The Citizen, telling you of interesting things I am seeing, reading aud thinking about And It will bo very it some of you will writ? mo of your Summer experiences, yqur thoughts and your plans. Vacation Is just as important aa term tlmo in the growth of a younj liorson. If you learn moro In term time you may DO more, PRACTICE more, and probably THINK more in vacation. It is this thinking which I wish to stimulate by my offer of prizes for essays and orations composed in tho summer. Tho essays which aro based upon a groat deal of library work aro all very well. Our beautiful library will never bo used or enjoyed too much. But moro precious than any thoughts you get from bool;s aro Uio thoughts that come to you out of tho depths of tho spirit when you aro sitting all by yourself. I shall write a whole letter about this essay and oration writing, but now I can only mention a few specimen subjects Just to start some nf jou to thinking. And I am especially nnxlous to help thoso who are only beginners, and find it hard to get started In writing "compositions." Really the hard part is In getting started. When you really havo something you aro Interested In and wish othor people to sco It as you do, you can write pretty well. And If you can concentrate your mind upon it you soon enjoy tho work. You write It over a second tlmo to mako It moro clear, so tho hearers will understand it just as you mean of you. As a "starter" England and Japan Make New Treaty Claims to Have Seen the Soul Depart Dr. Wiley About to ba SacrificedCholera Knocking nt Our Doors. E TREATY A new treaty between Great Britain and Japan was signed in London, tho 13th. Tho point of greatest Interest in tho treaty was tho modification of the clause In tho old treaty providing for mutual assistance in tho event of war. Tho old agreement would havo Involved England in war against us In the event of hostilities between the United States and Japan. ANGLO-JAPANES- SCIENCE LOOKING KOIl SPIRIT Dr. O'DonnoIl of Chicago, an expert, claims to have seen tho human spirit thru a chemical film sis It leaves the body at death. A number of other physicians, called in to wit- a passageway will this into the vegenew dining room in tho north-eas- t basement comer, seating a hundred and forty students. These new basement dining rooms, three In number, aro light and airy, and, with their deep casement windows, aro the first cholse of our student body. Ladles' Hall. Tho third floor and part of second floor of Ladles' Hall aro being and nowly tinted, all bedsteads and, furnishings aro being new' ly painted, and first floor hallway laid with a six foot strip of heavy elastic linoleum; all together thU will mako the building as fresh and clean as when now thirty years ago. Nichols' Hall. Tho Nichols Houso has been moved across depot street to tho north end of tho collego lot facing Ellpso Street and is rapidly being transformed into a cozy homo for one of our collego workers. Science Hall. Tho entlro basement of Sclcnco Hall has been cleared, windows cut down to a dopth of flvo foet ten inches, making a largo, airy class-rooto accommodate a class of sixty begin-nors ness his demonstrations, corroborate his statement that at death an "aura" or halo of light can bo Been departing from tho body. Dr. O'Don-ne- ll now proposos'to observe dyln? animals to see It the same phenomena aro present. ON ALTAR OK GREED For a number of years Dr. Wiley, chief of that bureau In the Agricultural Department that deals with puro foods and drugs, has fought faithfully tho people's battles and has dono moro than any other on-- i man to curb tho venders of fraudulent medicines and adulterated food 3. But fn doing so ho haa made powerful enemies who have been long after bis scalp, and It seems that they have got him at last, for tho Attorney General has recommended to the President that he bo permitted to resign. What will thoso whoso friend he has been have to say about it? CHOLERA SCARE Thero havo been six deaths within the last few days In quarantine in .New York from Astatic Cholera and there Is great apprehension on tho !art of tho health authorities as to tho spread of tho dl&oase. The entire public health servlco has been detailed to cooperate with the local health authorities at Atlantic ports In an endeavor to prevent tho entrance and spread of the disease. it. And then some mora thoughts und Illustrations pop Into your head and you wrlto It all over a third time, And then when you read It carefully you see a word hero and a sentonco thero that you can chaago for tho better, and to yon wrlto tt over again, and by that time It geta to bo pretty good! Now hero aro thne subjects which I wish my young lady friends would tblnk about and write compositions uiion: In sclcnco. A comfortablo stair- way leada from the main hall to this room. Tho chemical laboratory la also being completely overhauled. An lt Laundry. extension to tho south-we- st - (Continued on lait page) hen you want anything that can be bought, remember Tbo Health Exhibit Car of tho Kontucky Association for tho Study raid Prevention of Tuberculosis will bo In Uerea from Saturday noon, tin 22ud, to Monday noon. Tho car will bo located on a convenient siding at tho station and will bo open to tho public, Saturday Jverything is kept at WELCH'S and 3rou can send your ; ;? Jittle children and get the same as you could get. "What la Gossip?" Thero Is a subject you can think out tor yourself. Talk about It with your friends. Get uomo examples of Eosslp perhaps so mo of them will bo amusing. "What makes a good Social!" That Is a subject you and your frtonds aro Interested In. It Is your bu8lnesa to promote social life. Yon so havo boon educated on purposo f you could havo a good tlm-- ) without eating and dancing. A good social Is a great thing. Think of all tho onea you havo attended and you can write an Interesting essay. cortaln hours, Sunday, and tho forenoon of Monday, and cvtrv man, woman and child In the vicinity should mako It a point to ko thru tt and get whatever lessons It has to glvo, Tho Exhibit Is composed of novel dovlces, showing, la bucIi a way that overy iwrson can see at a glance, whero tho dangers from disease lie and how to avoid them, it will visit overy railroad station lu Ken' (Continued on fifth ome up and see us. We have "Specials" every week.. that pjundred cents to every dollar all the time, and "JJave the Difference" means just what it says. . . $ . "Leadership in rural dlbtrlcts." This may bo a little harder subject. What is It to bo a leadorT Why should any ono wish to lead? What thould any ono wish to lead? What are the obstacles and difficulties? What things can .bo dono in Continued on fitfa Pgl Pace Two THE CITIZEN AFTERDAMP TAKE! OUTDONE July 20, 1911 A family newspaper for all that It right The Citizen true end interesting. FIRE TOLL UNKNOWN LIST OF VICTIMS OF FOREST BLAZES CEEDS 100. ONTARIO EX- IublUh(t every ThumJijr at Dtrrn, Kf, SI! TWENTY E OF L VES BEREA PUBLISHING CO. J. (Incorporated) P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager, PENNSYLVANIA IN EXPLOSION MINE HAPPENS FAR FROM ENTRANCE. MEN STILL ENTOMBED In Each Oth In Death Subscription Rales On jmif .,, Btx Months Threw Month GHOUL IS SHOT TO DEATH REASONS FOR LIQUOR Taken to Cause Abnormal Consciousness HABIT FAYAOLE IN ADVANCE. 4, 1.00 , at Si one and two ornt ftuuiitn. Th date altw your none on latx"4 dtow to what dat your ulr"erlplon I) txild. If it Is not chancml within tltrre ur renewal notify us. irvrKs Mtawlnff mimbrs will bo gladly mipprtwJ U wo ere notified. Fln premiums cheap, with xvrt and prompt rcnownls. Send Cor rrvmlum List. Liberal terms riven to iny one who new mibcrtton for us. Any on ntln us four yearly subscription can tree lor nimteac lor receive me on year. Advertising rates on application. ob-(- Jn Bond monev Irv PoM-flffle- a or ExDrrfi Money Orrtw, Dmft, llotrUtered tetter, or Relatives Found Clasped er'a Arms and Cold Oodles Not Dadly Burned Mine ln tpector In Charge and Qulok Relief Work Secured. Tho greatest mlno disaster In this section of tho country occurred In a shaft of tho Cascade Coal and Coko Co. hero, tho lives ol 21 miners being snuffed out almost In stantly as tho result of an explosion Clasped In Death. Three sets of brothers and a father and son aro Included tn tho list of the dend. George and John Hook, brothers, wcro found clasped tn each other's arms, as were also Nick I'nvellck and his young son, aged 15 years. The explosion itself was a slight one, as was shown by tho condition oi tho bodies, only a fow of them being burned, and nono of them badly mutt lated. It U clear that tho deadly after damp that followed tho explosion was responsible for most of tho deaths, as 11 of tho men, found In one, heading, had their dinner pails with them and wcro apparently headed for tho open ing when they fell exhausted. Tho first intimation that tho pcoplo on tho surface had that an explosion had occurred was when tho safety door on tho fan blew open and the machinery began to run wild. Far From the Opening. Tho explosion occurred one nnd one half miles from tho opening. No Art followed tho explosion and tho ma chinery was not out of commission, a fact that enabled tho rescuers to enter tho mine immediately, but ono ol tho headings caved in. It is utterly imposslblo to determine what caused tho explosion, there being no survivors. It is tho opinion that ono of tho men drilled into a pocket of gas, which communicated to tho open lamps. Score Still Entombed. When the rcscuo car of tho bureau of mines arrived at tho sccno it was reported that CO were entombed. The Sykcsvlllo, Pn. Is Caught Searching Clothe of Dead Man and 8hot 3S0 Coffins Shipped Into Devastated Country Relief Hurried to 8ufferers. and Resulting 6!ita of Temporary Pleasure. It may bo asked, "Why dn men drlng!" For tho sarao roasoa that opium and hashesh nro taken In order to cause abnormal states of consciousness becnuse of tho pleasure derived thorcfrom. Alcohol, severing tho dlvlno from the purely animal portion of our nnturc, leaves man an Irresponsible nntmnl, descending to puroly sensuous, nnltnal planes of existence finds n tonipornry bliss In this experience. It Is peculiarly appropriate that our western Intellectual civilization should havo chosen this, of nil drugs, which entirely destroy nil true Intellectuality, writes Dr. Axel E. Gibson In tho New Voice. It Is the unconscious application of tho law nf oppo-sltcand wo of tho west select alcohol becnuso It affords a transient relief from tho Intcnso strain which our civilization puts upon ua. We do not know how to still the action of our , by retiring withrestless in tho recesses of our own spiritual naturo and resting. Ilecaiiso of this s, bratn-mlnd- Toronto, Ont., July 16. Nothing llko on accurato estimate of tho vic tims of northern forest and bush fires Is possible as yet, but already tho list of those named as dead exceeds 100, Tho property loss Is probably more Ono dispatch from Golden City says tho greatest loss of life may have oc currcd, nftcr nil. In tho towns and not In flio great cxpanso of bush. Forty bodies, It la said, havo been recovered from Parcuplno lake. Tho Pocuplno relief committed li sending searching parties through th burned area, many men being reported as missing. Telegraph wires from tho far north are clogged with mnttcr filed for transmission which is expected to throw light on the number of victims Town Encircled by Fire. Hallcybury says A dispatch from that Matheson, a town of 900, Is circled by fire, which may prove disastrous should a gale spring up. At Carlton, 190 miles north of North Pay, several houses havo been burned Fires aro raging on tho Quebec stdo of Temlskamlng nnd a large num bcr of settlers around Sudbury havo been burned out nnd havo had to flee for their lives. Relief trains with provisions, tents nnd blankets are being rushed In over tbo government railway and the food supply at Porcupine Is now adequate. Ship 350 Coffins. Coincident with the arrival hero of survivors of Porcupine's great dlsns ter a train load of 350 coffins loft for tho north country. Tho survivors brought stories of the horror and re counted mnny miraculous escapes. The foreigners were put to work stamping out the smoldering fires at Golden City and Pottsvlllo. One was shot to death at Pottsvlllo when caught going through the clothes of a dead man. It. II. Vebber of Lockport. N. Y., one of the survivors, escaped from the Dome mine, whero 100 were burned to death, by wading into the Inko up to his neck. "There were 400 pcoplo standing In the lake," said he. "and I saw 20 drown." Many Are Missing. Many persons nre missing from tho townships moro densely populated How many of the hundreds living In comparative Isolation havo perished only days of work by tho organized re lief parties can reveal. Men, women and children, thinly clad and bearing marks of tho awful flight through flames and smothering smoke, aro still flocking Into tbe larger towns In tho vicinity of Cobalt and at North Hay. Those escaping with slight Injuries or nono havo gone through to North Bay, to be carried free of charge by the Canadian Pacific railroad and Grand Trunk railway to their dcstlna tlons. Those moro or less severely la than $2,000,000. MEMDER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION. Persons who don't like to have thctr pictures taken usually show It In the photograph. A large per cent, of tho marriages turn out happier than the gossips ira aglnc they will. SEE CONGRESS' END FINAL VOTE ON RECIPROCITY BILL IS FIXED FOR JULY 22. WICKERSHAM IS TO FACE BARING OF '.AND FRAUD Attorney General Neglected Prosecution, Is Alaskan Delegate'a Charge Congress to Act. Washington, July 16. After secret consideration of charges mado by Delegnto Wtckersham of Alaska that Attorney General Wlckcrshant deliberately permitted tho stntulo of limitations to run against agents of the Alaska syndicate, who defrauded the government through perjury to the extent of $50,000, tho houso committee on Judiciary has determined to report favorably a resolution of Inquiry offered by Delegate Wicker-sham- . Ignorance, nnd of tho nbsoluto neces- Thcra'o another advantage that ac crues to a highbrow his straw hat stays on lu a gale. The pitch for tuning pianos has been Increased from 435 to 438 vibra tlons. More misery. Porch, sleeping Is regaining popu larity. It Is all right until the early milk man begins to arrive. One mad dog can cause more ex cttment In a community than a tbou sand that are safe and sane. Likewise, we are advised to swat tho tussock moth. Of course we all know what a tussock moth Is. An Atlanta man has been ordered by the court to kiss bis wife at least once a day. Serves him right. SENATORS REACH AGREEMENT Action on Wool Tariff Revision and Other Important Measures to Be Taken Before August 8 When Gavel May Fall. Washington, July 15. Adjournment of tho special session on or about tVugust 7 was forecast by an agree ment reached by the leaders of the sity at times for rent from Intellectual labor, wo thus descend Into the animal kingdom Instead of rising to spiritual planes. Refusing to ascend, wn aro compelled to descend, Ignoring tho spiritual sICo of our nnturc, and stimulating the intellectual, alcohol affords a real, but transient and deadly relief from the pressuro of this civilization whose god Is gold. Tho evil effects of alcohol nre wideUpon society spread and appalling. they nro too well known to require comment. That nlcohol Is the chief factor In tbo prodjcllon of crime, tho record of our penal Institutions proves conclusively. It also fills our anylums and almshouses, and hcrdrcds of thousands of promaturo graves, with which It Is not officially credited. Its manufacturo and salo produces and employs a class of men utterly lost to all high Influences. What aro tho remedies for so gigantic nn evil? They can only bo found In right knowledge. Men must bo taught tho effect nlcohol has upon both soul and body, nnd public opinion must be changed. The mental attitude of tho raco towards alcohol Is wrong. Tho old. old remedy of changing tho thoughts and the motives of men must bo applied here. Tho people must bo educated must be mado to think. And with right thought nnd right motive, this, one of tho greatest evils of modem clvllitn. tlon. will disappear. HARM IN MODERATE DRINKING Blunts Man'a Moral Perceptions and Destroys All the Finer Sentiments of His Nature. Tho statement Is frcqnently mad that there Is no barm In moderate drinking, and that a Christian may Indulgo to a certain extent without any detriment to his spirituality. We deny the assumption; It Is utterly false. No Christian can llvo In earn munlon with God nnd attain a high standard of piety who hubltually In dulges In strong drink, however, mod cratcly. It blunts a man's moral per ccptlons. impairs his moral cont lotions, obtunds sensitiveness of conscience, destroys all tho liner sent! tr.enta of his better nature, drives all dcslro nfter holiness out of tho heart, and expels from tbe soul that hun gering after righteousness which Is ever tho characteristic of tho earnest and aspiring Christian. Resides, It neutralizes a Christian's Influeuco for good. No ono has any confldenco In the religion of the drinking Christian (T) Put moro than that; tho example of tho moderate drinker Is moro pernicious than that of tbo confirmed drunkard who reels along the street and falls Into the gutter. It Is not the examplo of tho sot., but the example of tho modcrato drinker often a church member that encourages boys and young mon to drink. The pro- Tesslng Christian who Indulges In mod. crate drinking Is a stumbling block over which young men will stumble and at last fall Into a drunkard's grave. Southern Christian Advocate Much Harm to Children. It has been found that In one of tho erman districts tho children receive ao warm drink before coming to school, but only whisky or schnapps. Scrofula Is very preva'ont among thorn, and It is thought that lung uberculosls will bo added (o this e when tho children grow up and laborers. Harm of Intemperance. The habit of Intomneranco liv mi. in office baa occasioned mora Injury to the Dubllo. and more trouble tn m (ban all other causes; and, wero I to :ommcnco my administration again, tbe first question I would ask, respecting a candidate for office, would bo. 'Uocs no use aruBui sjiirusr Jeffer effects Indiana minister died from the of being bitten by n catfish Let's havo the catfish muzzled. An Few people enjoy a run on a bank, but a run on the bank of a swlmmln' hole is a popular pastime these days. Before going too far let us reflect upon the fact that abolishing war would soon leave us without colonels, "Most Americans eat too much, opines a New York physician. Likewise, some physicians talk too much. New York contemplates having its badges. policemen wear Red Cress badges Better make them double-cros- s Even the old oaken bucket Is under the ban these days. Health Is worth a whole lot moro than sentiment. One way to keep cool and at the same time mirthful Is to go down into the basemen' and look at the , furnace. Some married men don't seem to accomplish any more now than they did when women wore 22 buttons down the back. Vassar college announces Its fifs tieth birthday, but none of the admUUbat tbey were in at the p ginning.? grad-nate- suing for divorce, cays that she won her husband on a bet. And now she's trying to welch on tho deal. ,AjC1ilcaEO woman, s " -- r "Overwork," says a physician, "Is the curse of the day." True, but what Is a man going to do when be needs the money? Tho big cotton crop Is likely to help make woolen goods cusapcr by lowering tho price of cotton to mix with the "all-wool- " fabrics. Mirrors Installed In street car plat forms. Instead of Inducing women to alight properly, might prevent them from alighting at all. It la now claimed that Ananias died of heart failure. Somebody probably told him about the club that was to bo named In bis honor. A Chicago clergyman declares that the tree Is man's best frleud. It Is certainly a great convenience In a field where there Is a cross bull And apropos of the present situation, not even the most experienced weather sharps can predict accurately how the lightning Jt going to strike. The clergyman who claims that An aulas died of heart failure and not of prevarication will probably tell us that Uaroo Munchausen was au honest man. a surgical operation of au abnormal desire to play the piano. Other per latent pltno players should consult fpactallats. A Cleveland woman was cured by The resolution calls upon tho attorney general to furnish tho house different factions and afterward with all documents, affidavits and adopted by the senate fixing days for testimony In his possession relating votes on tho principal measures pend- to nn affidavit submitted to him more than a year ago and sworn to by II. ing In congress. The dates are: Reciprocity bill, July J. Douglas, former auditor of tho 2; house wool revision bill, July 27; Alaska syndicate In 1908. Delegate Wlckersham startled tho Inspectors made a thorough scorch, houso free-lis- t bill. August 1; reapportionment measure, August 3: Ari committee" when, In exccutlvo sesbut found no moro than 21 dead. This, however, does not satisfy the zona and New Mexico statohood, Au- sion, he produced a copy of an affidavit relating to an nllegcd criminal miners, as they claim that at least 7E gust 7. men wero at work when tho explosion It la expected that the closing of act committed by Capt. D. 11. Jarvls occurred and that 20 aro still entomb congress will Immediately follow the of the Alaska syndicate, and formerly prominent In the government reved In tho shatL statehood vote. All the bills Included in tho agree enue cutter service, who committed ment already havo passed the house. suicide In Seattle on June 22, the BIG TENT FALLS, KILLING TEN If amendments are made to them they day following the Introduction of the will be still subject to quick confer Wlckersham resolution, calling for Many Persons Injured When Panic ence between tho representatives of production of the papers in tho case, and by John II. Ilullock of tho John Slezea Crowd of Five Thousand tho two houses. J. Scsnor Coal company of Nome. During Electrical Storm. Act on La Follette Proposal. Through connlvanco of theso men. The agreement following a series of that tho government persons at conferences between Senators Pen It wns charged on Chicago. Flvo thousand was defrauded coal contracts and a "Wild West" show wore thrown Into rose. La Folletto, Martin, Smoot, Hal that evidence to that effect was perpanic when half of the largo tent ley. Stone, Ilurton, Uorah, nrlstow. mitted to remain unacted upon in the was blown down In an electric storm. llourne and other senators was formal attorney general's offlco for more Many men and women wcro injured. ly offered In the senate by Senator than a year, until the statuto of fatally, by collapsing seats and Penrose as leader of tho Republicans. limitations expired last May. ten Tho original suggestion for an falling tent poles. Delcgnte Wlckersham furnished the A blinding flash of lightning was agrcment was mado by Senator La committee with photograhplc copies. Halloy- followed by a wind flurry that lifted Follette, who was willing to flx an of a letter of an attorney for tho Alas- I jurcd are taken to hospitals In tho roof from tho tent, toro tho can earlier dato than that named for the ka syndicate to D. II. Jarvls admit.. J n.,t. .... 1!I .tl .1 Jiuayiiuia vas walls freo from their anchorago vote on reciprocity. Tho demand for ting the expenditure of money to con- All UII'HU L...lt.l. uiv iimi-- nuu euia later date was made by others who trol government witnesses In the fcrers. and sent seats and tent poles flying. Reporta Grow In Horror. Enveloped In thousands of yards of desire to speak on the bill. llazey murder trial In 1908, wherein Reports from South Porcupine grow Many obstacles to fixing tho series flapping canvas, tho terrified men wet an agent of tho Alaska syndlcato was In horror. Ono survivor states that 22 of dates wero encountered. Senator and women struggled to escape. accused or murdering laborers em people wore swept off a raft on Porcu Tho presence of a squad of pollco Uorah Insisted on a data for consld ployed by rival Interests during tho pine lake In the storm. Hundreds of and tho coolheadedness of show at- cratlon of a conference report on the construction of a railroad in Alaska. peoplo stood for five hours In the wataches alone averted a great catas- Joint resolution for the election of ter, where the only breath available United States senators by direct vote trophe BIRD MAN IS FATALLY HURT was close to the water's surface, beof the peoplo and the vote on state tween waves, which dashed spray hood was fixed for tho "legislative TWENTY ARE KNOWN DEAD day" of August 7 Instead of the calen- Aviator Bud Mars Horrifies Big Crowd over their heads. Many sank beneath the waters, and tho first search In Plunge From Clouds at dar day of that date In order to probrough out nine bodies from PorcuErie, Pa. Strikes El Centero. Cal. Tornado tect tho popular election bill. pine lake. Heavy. Property Loss All Agree to Hurry Action. Eric, Pa., July 15. nud Mars, tbo As soon as the agremcnt was reLIFE IS SAVE0 El Centero, Cal. A tornado struck ported to tho senate the acquiescence celebrated bird man, will never fly WOMAN'S this place, killing 20 persons, injuring of the regular Democrats was ex- again, Ho took bis fatal rldo at an tn this city by a lo Sentence of Death Passed Upon Mrs. aviation meet several and demolishing many build' pressed by Senator Martin. cal newspaper, nnd he Is lying at Ings. Napolltano Is Commuted to Im"Wo think ample time has been alHamot hospital sinking rapidly, and Many victims wero burled in the lowed prisonment. for tho debate of all measures," the attendants have given up all hope debris of wrecked buildings. said Senator Martin. for his recovery. His metal biplane It Is believed tho life loss will roach Ottawa, Ont. July IB. The cabinet Senator La Folletto agreed that all Is reduced to a pile of Junk and thou40. Tho property loss is enormous. Interests in the senate had been con- sands of people wero horrified when commuted to life Imprisonment the sulted and that It had been deemed ho took tho plungo that will probably sentence of death parsod upon the Italian woman, Angellno Napolltano, FORMER STATESMAN DEAD. wise to agreo on dates when all the In his death. Important bills now pending could bo result made two flights. Tho first was for tho murder of bcr husband at Mars Snult Sto. Mario. Stomach Trouble Caused Demise of disposed of. successful, but the second proved bis Mrs. Napolltano killed her "Father of the House." Senator Martin said tho Democrats undoing. Just as tho aviator was on April 16 last under unusual would try to secure consideration of to descend he suddenly lost con- circumstances. She alleged at her Clinton. Stomach Port trouble tho publicity of campaign contribu- about trol of bis big machine. Mrs. Mars trial, which quickly followed the caused tho death of former State Hep tions bill before congress adjourns. witnessed tho accident. crime, that her husband was on (he Mr, William A. Ilenso. rescntatlvo Washington, July 16. Harry At- - point of forcing her to lead an ImDense, who was CO years old, v. as 1,200 HORSES wood, the aviator, completed his flight moral llfo for his financial benefit, mlllarly known as tho "Father of HEAT KILLS from Atlantic City to tho capital. Ho when, to protect her namo nnd the the House," he having served as rcp- c8entatlvo from Ottawa county from Torrid Wave In New York Fatal to Unicd at the Whlto Houso grounds honor of her four children, she killed and was received by President Tnft. Animals Reaching the Value of blm. 1887 to 1S94 and from 1005 to 1910. Algiers, Alcgta, July 16. Edouard $300,000. 8he was convicted, dosplto her plen a French aviator, who was of Justification and was sentenced to Palllolc, Duchess Killed By Heat Now York. July 15. More than ono giving an exhibition during tho review be hanged on August 9 next, about London. Tho Dowager Duchess ol troops, fell with his aero- twelve days after sho expected to Devonshire, who was taken suddenly thousand two hundred horses died of French was killed. a mother for the fifth tlmu. ill at tho Sundown park race mootluf from the heat in New York city In the plane and Much pressure was exerted on tbe as fl. result of the oxcesslvo boat It last 11 days. One packing concern suffered a loss of $70,000 In horso flesh AUTHOR'S AUTO KILLS TWO Ottawa government to prevent the exdead. and another corporation met with a ecution of tbo woman. Estlmal Ing that horses Girl and Brother-ln-Laloss of $40,000. of Mrs. Fran Forest Fires Nearlng Matheson. ces Hodgson Burnett Die RYAN COMMITTEEMAN Toronto, OnL Tho town of Mathe are worth about $250 each, tho total DIES In Crash. son, ono of tho chief centers of sup loss In homo flesh in tho city Is set at $300,000 by tho statisticians, and plies for tho mining region, Wisconsin's Member of Democratic the In imminent danger. Port Washington, N. Y, July 14. Fires aro moroloss throughout tho country at National committee Succumbs to than ono million dollars. nearlng tho town rapidly. Tho 300 Miss Edith Johnstone and Frank P. Heart Disease at Waukesha. of Mrs. Jordan, a brother-in-lainhabitants are using every means to Haytl's Navy Gets U. S. Yacht. avert tho disaster. Frances Hodgson Uurnott, novell- Waukesha, Wis., July 14. Demo. New London, Conn., July M. Tho were Ulhe In a coll:olon between cratlc National Committeeman T E. Washington. Postmaster Gonoral jacht American, owned by E. S. Dick Mrs. Durnett's automobile and a trol- Ryan died hero suddenly of heart of Nan York, is on tho way to New. ley construction car. 111 Hitchcock designated the main post failure. He had been for several Mildred and Edith Jobw:or.e, aged years with the disease, but was atoffices in the cities of New York, Chi port News to sail for llayti and be come a part of that country's nary. elghteeen and twenty, were both In tbe tending to his professional duties up cago, Boston and SL Louis as postal rapid-firautomobile. It Is feared Mildred wllJ until nis acain. savings depositories. They will begin it carried night modern us was fifty-twtuns. die of her injuries. to receive deposits on August 1. rears of ago. bos-ban- d bo-cafire-sweo son. Increased Output. is renorted that a llerlln firm hmm Incrcasod Its product ton per cent per man since It stopped tho recesses (or beer. It July ROAD 20, 1911 AFTER THE CITIZEN THE ELECTION. LAYING Page Three D OF STEEL COMPLETEC Ken BUILDING President Taft Postpones His Visit to Matters Industrial In Eastern tucky Very Active. Kentucky, PRESDEN T GOVERNOR God of originally as Frankfort. Not planned, when Kentucky Is rent with political controversy, but nearly two after Eastern Kentucky Scene of weekslost andtho fall campaign has won President Taft Is been going to Ilodgonvlllo to dodlcato tho Much Dovelopment Lincoln memorial. Ho so announced, saying that at the suggestion of Henry NEW TOWNS RISING TO DOT MAP Wattorson, ncccdcd to by Oor, Will-soho hail dotcrmlncd to nbandon of October 28 ns forty Mllllant of Hard Dollar! Going nnd to substltutotho dnto ono his visit day durtherefor into Development and Improveing tho week of Novembor 13. ment Mono the Elkhorn Over New Lincoln Road, Meant Many More inhabBy deforring his visit Mr. Taft will itant! For State. also bo enabled to travel from LouisWllloughby, ville to Ilodgonvlllo over tho new LinK. J. WhltcBburB. reehlof engineer of construction of tbo coln road and by automobile, thus Lexington It Eastern. Is making a alizing a fond droam of tho reception tour of Inspection of tho new rond committee. Into tho coal fields nnd Is elated over May Also Attend Dedication of Statue. It Is planned to have tho principal tho progress of the work, Htntlng that address delivered by Chief Justice Mio erode would bo easily completed on contract time, December 13, this White, of tho supremo court. Presiyear, and tbo road opened for traffic dent Taft also will bo askod to coma to Frankfort either tho day before or oarly next year. Hodgcn An additional 7 miles of tho Lex- tho day after tho exorcises at ington & Eastern rond will bo let with- vlllo to make an nddress at tho doll cacap-I- t in tho noxt few days from Potter's tion of tho Lincoln atatuo la tho ol. fork to Wright's fork, where tho Henry Wattcrson Is to bo tho orator Coal Co. plans tho building of two other model mining lownB sim- of tho occasion when Uio statuo Is ilar to Jenkins. n GOtS MERRILY forcfathors. Tbo exposition will bo formally Ing away from God, and placing somethrown open by Governor Ben W. thing In their hearts that ought t havo been occupied by God himself. Well, now exactly the samo thing has been truo In every nge and amongst every people. There Is a strong tenB. & O. WILL BUY ROAD. dency In tho mind and heart of humanity to reach out and lay hold upon 8andy Valley and Elkhorn Wilt Carry of tho second exposition will bo com something nnd put it In the placo paratlvely easy. The 1910 exposition Three Million Tons Annually. that belongs only to God. was so widely advertised and its visit Tho first strango god that la Loxlngton. Tho Ilaltlmoro and Ohio ors wero so struck nnd pleased with amongst us Is tho "Fashion." Thla tho Sandy Val It that they bavo helped. to spread tho railroad will take over wholo subject of dress Is a very Interley nud Elkhorn railroad, tho now nows. esting one. I always claim that It lino which Is to tap tbo big 100,000 Tho dates choson for tho second takes more brains to build a dress. aero coal tract of tho Consolidation exposition are September 11 to Oc than It takes to build a house and It Coal Co. In Kentucky, as Boon as tho tober 1, throe full weeks. 'The first takes brains to build a house. What latter Is completed. Tho purchasing I went four and a half weeks. The diI mean by that Is, It takes brains la company has also agreod to equip tho rectorate purposes this tlmo to exbuild a dress that, In a certain sense, property so as to permit tbo hauling pend Just as much money and present befits the Individual that Is being KENTUCKY LAWYERS. of 3,000,000 tons of coal annually from Just as many features la tho threo COMING TO LOUISVILLE. clothed. It doesn't tako any brains to tho mines of tho Consolidation Coal week as was dono In four and a half reach your arm across to Paris and Louisville Man Heads Dar Association Co. I last year, and tho officers believe the International Missionary Society of lug over here somo fashion across tbo Others Valley and Elkhorn rail turnstile will show moro visitors in Tho Sandy the Christian Church. water anybody can do that. But Consol- - tho lesser time than passed through Is now bolng built by tho Lexington. thero aro comparatively few pcoplo John I). Baskln, of road the gates at the first exposition. Louisville. At Portland, Oro, tho Ioulsville, wns olectod president and who seem to have the happy faculty of Thoro aro to bo numerous feature manngurs of tho International Mis- John K. Todd, of Sbolbyvllle, and It Jcro II. Wheelwright, will bo finished building a dress that Just meets their sionary convention of tho Christian A. McDowell, of LouIrvIIIc, both re- by tho first of January. Upon Us com- ovents. There will bo a horso show own Individuality. Such a dress as pletion tho Iialtlmoro and Ohio I to tbo first week, also tho llvo stock conGOV. B. W. HOOPER, ohurch selected Loulsvlllo for tho fits you In every sense ot tho elected to tho positions of treasurer acquire It at cost and IntoreJt. exhibit Tho greatest purses over Who Will Formally Open the Appa- Just a dress that Is tho expression vention to be held In 1912. word nnd sercroLtry, rospcctlvely, at the hung up at a horaa show will bo prlaes Ono day was devoted to tho con- meeting of the stato bar association, lachian Exposition In Knoxvllle, of your own mind and your own soul Including a BARN. for competitors In 1911, LIGHTNING STRIKE8 vention of tho American Missionary which adjourned here. Tho meeting September 11. that Is an exceedingly bard thing. gen$1,000 premium for ono class, the Society. Addresses Included nn ar wns closod with a banquet at tho What is the result ot this thraldoraf . . gov11.nal.lnn I... Glasgow. Tho largo stock and feed tleman's saddle horse. There will Hooper, of Tennessee, and the I'hoonlx hotel, attended by more than thst is In our midst tbU present day 1) y., nu 100 persons. 11. I). smith, or JiopKinsvuie, barn of Jim Dradshaw, who lives on also bo a poultry and pet stock show, ernors of several southern states will There is a domcntallzatlon and a de county, was de a dog show and there will bo a solid bo entertained during tho threo weeks. an nddress by It. N. McCain, in which moralization that Is going on In out Llfo tcnurn for the Judiciary was Potor's Crook, In this Tbo spectacular pro- President and Mrs. Taft are to attond American llfo; It Is enough to pain ho declared that Now York City la the not promised by tho association, but stroyed by fire, being Ignited by a bolt week of racing. and Wallj an extenslou of term was put beforo of lightning. Tho barn had only Just ductions will includo "King's Mountain" at some dato during tho exposition, "Sodom of modem times." anybody deeply. I can't quite under street a "school wuero men aro uiugni tho meeting, but no decision could be hn,n (Mlml wlfh nnw finv Tim lleht- - and "Vesuvius," the formor especially and the list of guests will Includo stand why America should reach by Pain, tho pyrotechnlcal many other notables. nlng killed a valuablo horso la the prepared to stoal. across tho ocean and bring her fash- reached. It. A. Long, tho Kansas City millionbarn. The loss la estimated at over Ion from Paris. This Insurance. $1,000, with $200 aire lumberman, announced that ho CITY MARSHAL SHOOTS MAN. It there Is ono city cn tho face oC would during the next ten years give makes tho third barn burned In this AMUSEMENTS AND RAGES AT EXPOSITION God's earth that Is any lower down In $1,000,000 for tho establishment of a Deceased Killed a Judge Four Years county by lightning within tho past perdition than another, it Is Paris. nonscctariun national hospital to bo week, and tho fourth to bo struck hy Ago Within Thirty Feet of Place. And why should wo be enslaved to located on a tract In Kansas City, lightning. Paris for our fashion? In every other by tho Christian church. owned Glasgow. IL K. McCandlcss, a mer recognized that tha Spencc, has had a varied experience, respect wo claim to stand on our own. Tho public govern the do- chant at Kdtnonton, was shot and In' Hut two conditions LIGHTNING STRUCK WAGON. amusements at tho Appalachian expo lasting over years, having been Identi- feet: why can't America stand on hec nation. Tbo church must ralso an- Rtantly killed by It. T. Thurman. Thursition, at Knoxvillo last year, es fied with every public movement for own feet when It comes to the subject of man went to McCandless' placo of other million dollars end Barboursvllle. Ono man was killed pecially the free attractions, were tho pleasuro and progress of tho poo-pl- e ot dress? It seems to mo there aro tho beds In tho Institution must bo business to servo n warrant on him. nnd nnother probably fatally Injured of Knoxvllle, nnd la a groat be brains enough In this country to crefilled free. Tho church nlrcudy has raised What passed between tho two men Is when lightning struck a carry-al- l liever in high class cntertalnmont ate a fachton for oursolvcs and to $400,000 of tho amount required. not known, except that hot words with people going to a baseball game. Col. Spenco and his commlttoo an break loose from tho slavery of a forpassed nnd Thurman shot McCan Ted Hahard was dead Whon his com nounce, not with any ostentation, but eign country. PEONAGE TrJE CHARGE. dlcss four times, three, balls taking panions had extricated thcmsolves that at tho Ap with a But that Is not tbo sad part of It all. effect In tho body and ono in tho from tho debris of tho voblclo, nnd palachian Exposition in Knoxvillo, I wonder If you realize tho terrible Kentucky and Tennessee Contractor mouth. Thurman nt onco surrendered. Charles MacDonald was unconscious. Tenn., Sept 11 to Oct 1 next, thoy extravagance that Is associated with Must Stand Trial. bruised and McCnndlcHa killed Judgo Gcorgo It. Several others woro will gi'o a lino of attractions not only this ono phase ot our American lite? Prlco n few years ago within thirty shocked. Although tho wagon was de wonder if you can bring before your equalling that featuro of last yoar, A scnxntlon was created Sotncrsot. of where ho himself met death. molished tho horses escaped injury. but greater, grander, varying In va- minds tbp untold number of homes Doputy feet woapons hero nnd at Stearns when No of any kind wero found riety and perfect in presentation. Sur that aro simply wrecked; or. plcturo United States Marshal J. A. Coleman nbout his body. McCandlcss was con THREE MULES KILLED. passing In splendor their most am theJiearts that aro broken becauso ot arrested A. M. Cook, a prominent con- sidered fearless. blttous efforts, and are now making this terrible Blavery. namely tho tractor, who has charge of the conDuring tho heavy West Point. arrangements with spectacular pro- slavery of America to thls god of tract for tho building of tbo Kentucky storm lightning struck tho barn of Dr. QUITS BANKING. ducers, aviation contractors, amuso- - fashion?" nnd Tenes3co cxteiiHlon of railroad nt A. D. Prowltt and killed threo mules. ments caterers, otc, for a lino of un Let mo Illustrate. Hero Is a girl Steams, on u chargo of violating tho IxHilsvlllo. Allen It. White, prcal Fourteen head of stock, also in the excelled and unequalled attractions, sbo Is brought up In a comparatively now federal statutes on peonage. dent of tho Southern National bank barn, escaped injury, and James Prow, poor borne; she has not had any exRaces. Cook was arraigned before United for tho last thrcj years, resigned. Mr. itt, son of Dr. Prowltt, and Sam The exposition would not bo com' perience In holding money In her own T. Wesloy and Whlto Issued a statement in which ho States Commissioner li Shccth. who were working in the barn plete without a contest of tho floe.' bands; sbo marries a comparatively was held under $1,&00 bond for his gavo as his reason for resigning tho were only slightly shocked. Tho footed blooded horses for which Ken poor young man, and they go and start Auappearance at examining trial on his health. Impaired by 30 structuro was uninjured by tho bolt. condition of tucky nnd Tcnnossee aro so Justly a homo for themsolyea. When , he gust 11. rnum' unlntcrrunted banking labors In proud. Tho manageuent of the expo- comes back from bu first weeKv no Tbo men say that they aro brought lA)ulflvllle. Tho name of his successor TANK IGNITED BY LIGHTNING. wages In her hands. Sho bast sition, is determined to mako tho puts-hi-s to tho Cook, camp by free transporta- has not been announced. race features, running and trotting had no experience In the use of mosCOL. CARY F. SPENCE, tion, and aro mado to work out tho expo ey; and what does she do? Almost the Somerset During a thunderstorm Appa both on the high plane that the amount of tho transportation, and aro ono of tho largo repository oil tanks Secretary and Treasurer of the KILLED BY COWBOY. sition is built on. first thing she does Is to rush out Into repeatedly being fined $10 each for lachian Exposition and Chairman of tbo Cumberland Pipe Lino Co. was With that view as the prime motive a great city, lose herself In ono of fnlluro to do certain work supposed of the Amusement ML Sterling. Elvln Wilson. 60, was struck by lightning and has been burnin mind, tbo management 'has se these big stores and. Instead of bring or somo Infraction of camp rules, and Committee. killed by a cowboy at Kaw City, Okla, ing since. Tho tank contained nearly cured Mr. J. J. Asho to take charge ing home something that Is going to any money at all. nover receive of the highest class, novel, new, of tho racing feature. With Mr. Ashe make tho wholo atmosphere ot that They say that a guard Is kept ovor Ho was standing In a doorway when 24,000 barrels of crudo oil. mammoth and magnificent Tho chair- in chargo of the races, tho publlo will house rich and beautiful she brings them, nnd they aro not permlttod to shot down. No reason is known for RAIN SAVES CORN CROP. Tho news homo something that Is absolutely man of that department, Col. C. F. expect good racing. leave camp at nil without written or- tho killing. messago to was rocolvcd Mrs. Joseph worthless to herself. horo In a der. Glasgow. Tho local showers for tho Sbo spoat' her money foolishly, and Stephens, sister of tho slain man. POULTRY INSTITUTE CONSERVATION IMPETUS past fow days havo been the salvation because the money Is simply thrown COAL DEVELOPMENT. DIES. EATS BLACKBERRIES; away tbo homo Is wrecked and hearts of tho corn crop In this section. It Is claimed that tho present rains will Thorn la no section of all the coun Instituto work at tho big poultry are broken. Forty Million Dollars To De 8pent In - bo sufllclont to Insure tho early com, Whltcsburg. Margaret, tho twoTho second strango god to which t try that boasts tho mineral resources shows Is qulto a popular featuro ot Improvements. your attention Is tho vear-olchild of Charlie Webb, a far but tho lato crop will require several nnd timber wealth of tho southern lato years, and Is becoming moro eo desire to call mer, died from poison attor eating moro rains. Appalachian region, and tho keynoto for tho reason that Intelligent poul "idol of education." What is tho Ideal Whltcsburg. Representatives of tho blackborrlos. Sbo is thought to have nf thn Annalachlan oXDOSitlon to be Ltrymen aro endeavoring to loarn all education? Somo people say it is Consolidation Coal Co. on Klkhorn eaten a spider. WOUNDED HIS COUSIN. held nt Knoxvillo, Tenn., Sept 11 to thoy can by reading, studying nnd knowledgo; somo say It Is sueccss; facing up coal veins aro opening and others say character and personality. October 1, is conservation. along tho Lower Hoone'a fork, Mill Owlngsvlllo. While playing with a one of tho Before Boarwallow. nvnntlv. tho national congress taklnc advantago ot tho oxporlonoe In the eyes of a great many people stono river and Thornton sections, largest crowds In history of this placo rlflo Kenneth, son of tho Appalachian forestry ro- - gained by others. The Instituto to bo education Is that which fits one to preparatory to tho development of the accidentally passedbill, and tho sceno ot mo expo- hold at tho Appalachian exposition make success In terms ot money; but G9th anniversary of tho founding Sam Crooks, of this city, tho Bervo territory. September 25 to 30, that Is not my own Ideal ot education. will bo tho moat central city church discharged tho weapon, shooting his It Is tho purpose of tho company to of tho Dearwallow Christian address cousin. Ilussoll. 8. son of Robert sition southern tr.ountaln region. poultry show, to serve our principal In. this Knoxvllle. Tenn.. will bo ono of the If Is that which fits us development of nil their was celebrated. Tho begin tho Ky. Tho wound Is was mado by Elder K. II. Smith, who Crooks, of Preston, Tho exposition omccis propose, nmong best ot Its class over hold In the God and to serve our humanity, and 100,000 acres of coal lands as soon as not considered fatal. other things, to cnll the attention of TTnltnd States. It will bo oonduoted anything that unfits us for tho servlco arrangements enn bo perfected nnd for 49 years served tho congregation any without remuneration. Elder W. II. tho world to tho va3t timber and min- by Judgo S. T. Campbell, socrotary ot of God and humanity call it by eduspend 10,000,000 In tho undertaking. Itogcrs, of Louisville, also spoke. BAD BURNS. eral wealth stored in tho southern tho American Poultry association, and name you will, but don't call it Cadiz. A large stablo on ono of tho region. Conservation does not mean assisted by Dr. H. A. Morgan, director cation. DIG DLAZE AT WHITE8DURG. One ot tho perils ot tho cast today y Whltcsburg. Tho Whltcsburg Illllman farms, west of here, was de to prohibit the cutting of timber and ot tho agrlcujtural experiment station is that education is being translated the command stroyed by Are. which caught from the tho claiming of the mineral wealth at Knoxvillo. State Guard, under Williamsburg. KIro broke out In In terms ot dollars and cents, instead A. Webb and Capt. C. H. engine, of a threshing machine, imbedded in tho bosom or tno A county prizo ot $50.00 for first tho restaurnnt of K. (3. Masslngalo & of Mnj. J. hero for a long "hike" rritiL-o- . but means that thoy and $23.00 for second, will bo given of In terms of character and personalBack, left Son burning half a block of buildings, ahonhordsvlllo. During ono of the shall be developed nnd used In the in thn nnultrv association entering ity. What Is one of tho Becrets It of and Black Including tho Cumberland bakery. across tho Cumberland is great succeeBS ot tho west? Mountains to Appnlachla. Va whero most severe electrical storms which most careful way, and that tho waste- fifty birds or moro and winning the the East Tetiitosaco Tclephono exchange, education, and education ot tbe right they will board a train for tho annual hns visited this county In many years ful cutting of timber and ruinous greatest number of points. William Ilros.' grocery, Drs. Smith and sort, too. W. C. Ward, merchant and postmaster methods of mining which tako no Cash prizes will bo paid First, Sullivan's offices, French's barber encampment nt Valley Station. Tbe third strange god that I want Junction, was Btruck by heed of tho future, shall no no longer 1100! second. S2.00: third, tl.001 six at Bardstown shop and J, L. Whitehead's drug storo. to speak about Is the god ot "amuse, Hays, a young lightning and Instantly killed. allowed. Danville. W. W. 011; $G.00, $4.00 and $2.00 on peus. All tho stock In tho tlrst four was lost. mcnt." Amusement Is a good thing; will to Tho Appalachian exposition $2.00 and $1.00, four to lilt, $4.00 and How tho tiro started Is not known. Stanford man, was dangorouslylnjured Impetus to this movomont, $2.00 on pens. $1.00 for llrst, two to It Is a safety valvo. I don't know Glasgow. The Barren County Inst! give fresh near hero on tho bnnks of Dlx river, The losses will nppregato $25,000. n,i nt thn s.imo time, will bring to tho fill, $2.00 ou pen. TurKoys, ducko and what we would do with our nervous whon a tiro on his automobile, at tuto convoned with a largo number temperament, bore in America. It It which ho was looking, exploded. Tbo of teachers from all over the county attontlon of tho world tho advantages urrrb. 13.00. $2.00. $1.00. six to All. I,ou,l8vllle. I.arry Gore was selected I love to for amusementB. fragments struck him In the face and In attendance. Tho lustituto is being tho region affords, and wm oecon $2.00 and $1.00, four to 01 $1.00, two were not enjoy themselves, especialns one of tho trustees of the Internasee people hn hnvn caultal with which to to 011. his sight will be per- conducted by Dr. T. S. Lowdeu, of Co n,n. tional Tbeaterlcal Mechanics' associa- It Is feared that ly aftor a strenuous week of hard develop these properties to come and lumbus, O. manently Impaired. Entries close midnight, September tion. amusements ought never nld in making this tne inausinai ecu 12. Judging beglliB 9 a. in., Tuesday, work. But to be an end; It ought always to be a of the western hemisphere. ter NEW COURT HOUSE. Soptember 29. Entry blanks, shipan end, and that end must Ot DRUGGIST'S CONVENTION. BALLPLAYER BREAKS LEG. There Is to bo a very elaborato min- ping tags nnd leg bands will be fur means to purpose ot Ood and the welHarrodsburg. Tho Morcer county tho exposition, to in- ntshed all exhibitors by the chairman into tho 'ilorn, second Carlo Bnrbourvlllo. eral display at flscal court convened here and considcon fare ot mankind. baseman of tho Barbourvllle team, of ered plans for a now courtbouso to Lexington. Tho first annual drug clude coal, Iron, copper, zinc, mica, or secretary. The real test as to whether an ventlon of wholesale and retail There will bo gold nnd diamonds. tho Cumberland Valloy leaguo, broke supplant tbo historic old building, gists of Kentucky convened at tho bricks ot gold and diamond specimens amusement Is right or wrong Is this: his leg In tho Ilarbourvlllu-Mlddlcs-bor- o condomucd. Tho court state university. In connection with Tho Second Appulachlau Exposition If it creates in our hearts a distaste gamo when he foil rounding third which has been valuable that before they can be of appoals has construed tho law as the cotnentlon a temporary school for io the exposition will bo roqulred to will bo undor the direction of Cel. L. for tbe things of the spirit Is Is wrong; had. boso. compelling the court to lovy a tax and pharmacists will be held during tho give an enormous bond for their safo D. Tyson as president and a dlrvetcrs' If It unfits us for Christian service It build a new ono. week. Druggists from all portions of keeping, and will be compelled to board ol Kuoxvllle'a most prominent Is wrong, And It U doesn't 3 "X oi C, Wood, foundML Sterling. John . these things, but prepares us for tbe tbo state aro hero and a good program lock them In burglar proof safes whon rJttzens. er and for 'many years editor of tho Tho objects ot the Appalachian ex real and deeper' enjoyment ot life, has been arranged. exhibit, nnd keep armed guards Maysvlllo. In tho local option elecnot on ML Sterling aagotte, died rather sudright, and tho. more amuso over them nt all times. Tho minerals position for 1911 will bo the on then It is better It will bo Cor us. denly. Ho had been In the nowspaper tion in the Qermantown precinct of bo one of ward inarch ot progress and prosper meat tbe business stneo ho was 19 years of age. this county the precinct voted "dry" John J. Calllhan was apponted post and forestry buildings will ity. the features ot the exposition. At one tlmo be was postmaster here. by 129 to 21. master at Ilussoll. 1 I one-thir- d 1 twelve-year-old com-pinAppa-inMiin- n Laying of steel wat Darboursvlllo. completed to thi plant of tho Wisconsin Stool Co, twontytlx miles nbov Harlan, and tho track Is now readj for tho operation of work trains. Th now railroad Is a branch of tho Waslo to & Dlack Mountain, recently completed from tho Loulsvlllo & Nashville railroad to Harlan. Tho Wisconsin Steel Co. Is now lay ing out a modol Industrial town on Loonoy'a crock. Tho new town has boen laid out after the fashion of a modern community, broad and streets, substantial houses and schools and churches. Tho Wisconsin Steel Co. now has 1,000 men at work on Its holdings on Loonoy'a crcok and Is building 300 coko ovons. well-pave- d WILL VISIT EXPOSITION Governor of Tennesseo Will Formally Open Appalachian position, Knoxvillo, Sept. 1 1 FASHION By Rev.Gcorgo R. Lockwood Futor ot OnoMrn OfirrmlloctI Uiirch, rhiladctphU. Ex- When tho gates of tho second Appalachian exposition nt Knoxvllle, Tenn., aro thrown open September 11 to remain open throo wqoks, visitors will sco ono of tbo greatest arrays of exhibits of a varied and character that the south has ever boasted. Tho exposition officers wero labor ing a year ago under a heavy handicap In that the grounds had to bo put In condition and buildings had to bo erected. There aro no difficulties of that kind this year, and the opening wondor, for tho exposition, and tolling In flro tho story of tho battle of King's Mountain, which turned tho tldo of tbo revolution and won the battle of freedom for tho American It is a strango thing tint humanity can't seem to get along without Idols. There has nover been a period In tho world's history that humanity hns worshiped somo sort of Idols. rire-- . can't read tho Old Testament without having your heart pained; when you. soo bow Israel was continually turn MID-SUMME- R CLEARANCE SALE JULY 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, AUGUST 1, 2 COYLE'S DRY GOODS You R. H. CHRISMAN Undertaking and Embnlmlnrf A Complete Line of Modern Funeral SuppfJ"' SPECIAL. SERVICE DAY UK N1UHT. STORE .or get more Day rhone 26 Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Parsons and Mrs. J. W. lnrsons aro visiting !u Livingston, this week. Gentry Lakes ot Wind Cava Is hero with his wife, who has a slight attack of typhoid. LOCAL Nldht 40 i pay less. J.O.O.O.O.O.O.O.O.O.O.O.O.O.O.O.O.O. ... A g BAIL NEWS I NEWS LOCAL PAGE OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES Miss Zoda Greenlee la UNDERTAKING Most Effective Service in Eastern Kentucky. We are now prepared for all conveniences known to the profession An Interesting game of ball wa played by tho Blue Lick ond Whites Station teams last Saturday, tlw 8oooooooooooooooooooooooooo a having NOTICE Dr. Best's office will be closed during the month of July DAN H. BRECK Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Richmond, Ky. Phone 505 L. & N. TIME TABLE. camo being won by the Bluo L'.c't Loys. Tho game was ot more than ordinary Interest as being the first lost by tho Station boys this Beason. Maupln and Ducrson pitched for North Bound Local 6:15 a. m. 10:05 Knoxville 3:67 1:03 p. m BEREA 7:45 6:10 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound Local 8:15 6:40 a. m. Cincinnati BEREA Knoxville p. m. a. in. a. m. p. m. 12:39 p. m 12:29 a, m. 6:55 p. m. 5:50 a. xn. Express Trains Stop to take on and let ott passengers from beyond Cincinnati or (rom Atlanta and beyond. South Bound 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati 11:41 a. m. BEREA North Bound 4:56 p. m. BEREA 8:45 p. m. Cincinnati Mlsa Ruth K. Todd, who graduated from' Berea. In 1902 and who is teacher of Latin In Brockport, N. V., Normal School, Is spending part of her vacation in Berea with her mother, Mrs. A E. Todd. Mr. Geo. W. Clark, who graduated from the Collegiate department this spring and who has been help- delightful outing at the Christian at Atlantic Convention Endeavor City, and visiting her brother In Philadelphia. Prof. C. F. Rumold has been called to Kansas by the illness of his brother. Chautauqua Is the destination o( a company who plan to leave Berea on July 27. The party Includes Mr. and Mrs. Thos. J. Osborne, Mrs. A. E. Todd, Misses Ruth and Ethel Todd; Mr. and Mrs D. Walter Morton, Prof. Ralph Higby'and Prof. Chas. D. Lowis left for MeKeo last Sunday morning. Prof. Lewis holds the Institute there this week. Miss Virginia Boatright and Mis Abble S. Merrow aro on the program for the Institute in Hyden, iesiio County, which Is held next week. Prof. Lewis is the Instructor. Dr. Thomson had the experience. unusual for him, of being confined to his homo by sickness last Sunday and Monday. Rev. Wm. Trumbell Holmes, Congregational pastor In Watertown, Conn., and his wife were the guests of Prof, and Mrs. Raine from Wednes day to Friday. Mr. Holmes was ft class mate of Mrs. Frost in Oberlln and know Prof. Marsh, Prof. Ralno and Dr. Cowley thero. He spoke at the Union church on Thursday night. Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. Cowley left on Tuesday for Mrs. Cowley's homo in Now York State. They were expecting to go soon but were hurried in their departure by the illness o Mrs. Cowley's father. Miss Euphemia K. Corwln, Librarian of the College Library, is spending her vacation with her father ia North Branch, Somerset Co., N. J. Rev. Jas. W. Parsons began, last Monday night, a two weeks revival at Pilot Knob. them. Tho fielding and batting of Moon furmlng. and the pitching ot Phillips vtero thti Hopkins Story of the soil. features of the game. llrlgham Box furniture. Standing of Clubs. cook book. Mitchell Fin-lesWon Lost 1 9 Whites Station s will bo ready for circulation In a few days: Twenty years In Hull Addams House. Palmer-J.l- fo of Alice Freeman Palmer. Van Dyke Tho builders und other I rooms. Balloy Country life movement. Woods nnd Kennedy Handbook of social settlements. Gillette Vocational education. men. Begblo Twlco-bor- n Daniel I loo no and tho Bruco Wilderness Itoud. Country church and Butterfluld the rural problem. practical of McLonnan Manual Bluo Lick 10 1 5 llogersvillo Wlldlo Berea Caleasu IN INTEREST and stand ready day and night to answer your call 3 0 0 OF THE BLIND Red Cross Flour, 65 cents. Every Sack Guaranteed WELCH'S Mrs. Minnie Pike ot Paris, is visiting relatives hero this week. Mrs. James P. Faulkner gavo a pleasant "At Homo" on Wednesday for her sisters, Mrs. R. M. Rankin of Covington and Miss Mayuie Johnson of Barbourvllle. Mrs. T. J. Osborne was taken to the hospital a few days ago for a slight operation. She Is reported to bo Improving rapidly. Mrs. B. F. VanWlnkle was taken to the hospital at the first ot th'i week with typhoid fever. A party of seventeen went from bero to Richmond last Thursday to see Shakespeare's "Much Ado about Nothing," and "The Taming of thai by Shrew." The plays were given The Coburn Company oq tho beautiful campus of Richmond State Normal, and were a great treat to all lovers of Shakespeare. Mabel Cates Is In the hospital with typhoid fever. The Lancaster Fair, July 26, 27 and 2Stb. ing in the Printing Department since lo(t Monday, for Commencement, New Vork. A GRADED SCHOOL FOR BEREA A movement is on foot in Berea for a better Public School and those who are agitating the matter are wise in deciding that the first and best thing to do is to erect a suitable building. Several meetings of citizens have been held and, the majority almost the unanimous opinion seems to be that the present site is the best that can be had. It is also agreed that the school, to meet the demands, must be a graded school. Id keeping with these.vietvs it is proposed to buy considerable of the property adjoining the present school grounds and to erect a beautiful, commodious and modern school building one that shall cost not less than $15,000, anct an edifice as the community would like to be judged by. For the purpose of further discussion, maturing the plans, aud nominating trustees, a mass meeting will be held at the school building, Friday evening at 7:30. Here is the test of our citizenship, our patriotism, our love and loyalty. That we should have a properly equipped Bchool building in Berea is vastly more important to every voter in Berea than that the State should have a beautiful capitol building; and who shall be elected trustee, or choseu teacher is tremendously more significant than who shall be elected Governor or even President. Let every man aud woman who loves the children and wishes to contribute to their future welfare be present, Friday evening. Miss Ella Orr of Butte, Montana, The Christian Endeavor Society Is visiting her sister, Miss Laura L held a Watermelon Social In the Orr, who is spending the greater Tabornaclo last Saturday night, for part of her vacation in Berea, students In the summer school and Prof. Francis O. Clark made a num- workers. Thoro was a good attendber o! talks on agriculture before ance, Mrs. Dr. R. M. Rankin and son, the Madison County Institute held Thomas, of Covington and Miss May-m- o last woek In Richmond. Johnson of Barbourvllle are visit8upt. Edwards returned early thin ing thoir sister, Mrs. J. P. Faulkweek from bis visit to Ohio. Mr. Ira U McLaren, with his wife ner, this week. The Bummer school Is progressing and children, left last Friday, for Michigan, lie returns to Berea July finely. Profs. Seale and Marsh are 6th before Mr. Osborne leaves for the teachers. The school closes Aug. Cth. Chautauqua. , Mr. and Mrs. Frank Livengood have aro Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sbadoin moved Into one ot Miss Coddlngton's the 'proud parents of a little son. Mr. J, K. Baker went to McKee, houses below the hill on Prospect Monday. Street. Miss Freda Roesche leaves, Thursday, for a month's vacation at her homo In Carrolton. Mrs. Lou Hardine bad a severe stroko of paralysis, Thursday. She Is somo better now. Mrs. Alma Watts and mother returnod last week from a visit in Jackson County. Miss Mary Abney Is visiting relatives at Clover Bottom, this week. YOUR Mr. Kldd Richardson was brought WATCH is a delicate piece home, Friday, very ill with throa: of machinery. It calls for trouble. less attention than most Mr. Benjamin Hollander vas In machinery, but must be cleaned Beroa from Saturday to Monday. and oiled occasionally to keep Mr. "Red" Bingham has purchasIcrfect time. ed a lot of Mr. Samuel Hanson on With proper care a Waltham West Chestnut St., and Is now conWatch will keep perfect time structing a beautiful Uriel: residence. lor a lifetime. It will pay you work. A party took a hay ride to Blui well to let ut clean your watch Prof. Martin Is totally blind and every 12 or iS months. Lick, Thursday night. They built n Mr. Barbco's sight is very defective. s. lire at tho crater and toasted A very enjoyable tlmo was LIBRARY NOTES reported. Optician and Jeweler .7. Coyle now books havo and A. 11. William i N. Tho following BEREA, - - - KENTUCKY went to Boone, Tuesday, been purchased for tho Library und A creditable entertainment was given In tho Baptist church, Monday evening, by Prof. Clifford B. Martin of tho Kentucky Institution for tho Education of tho Blind and Mr. Edgar llarbec, a student ot tho same Institution. was entirely Tho entertainment free, the object being to acquaint Kentucklans with tho work being done by tho State for her blind chil dren, nnd to gel In touch with tho many unfortunate ones who are growing up In ignoranco, not knowing that thero Is a placo whore they can bo educated and trained and their loss largely retrieved. part) Tho program was In three as follows: First, Instrumental and stereoptlcon second, Vocal music; views ot tho school for tbo Blind, and third, Music. Tho audience was largo and. Judging from tho applause, en Jo cd tlw ontortalnmeut fully. Tho piano pleo s by Mr. Barbeo were good and tho ocal selections by Prof. Martin consisting chiefly ot Irish, Scotch and Southern dialect, were well rendered. Tho pictures woro not very distinct but they showed that tho Institution ii well cqulpied and doing thoro very TATUM'S DON'T NEGLECT WATCH A marsh-mallow- T. A. ROBINSON 0 The Store Where You Get The Best The The The The The The The Best Clothing for Men and Boys Best Shoes for Men and Boys Best Hats and Caps for Men and Boys Best Furnishings for Men and Boys Best Skirts for Ladies and girls Best Shoes for Ladies and Girls Best Furnishing Goods for Ladies and Girls In fact the best of everything in our line. That is the reason so many people come to Our Store when they want the best. Come and see RHODUS TJIE MAIN SREET, BEREA, KENTUCKY C& QUALITY STORE HAYES July so, 1911. THE CITIZEN. Page Five. "THE FURNITURE MAN" FOR To All Our Customers: Reasonable Prices, Daily Bargains, All Shoes lowest in town. All 50c Dress Goods, 35c. Furniture, ryt Undertaking Carpets Refrigerators Ice Cream Freezers The Shoes are all leather. Good Calico, 4c. Pianos Organs Buggies Mattings Rugs Every article must go. Each man's suit 3 off. Every one trades here and never has a regret. Lowest prices, best goods. Good flour 45c, better flour 55, best 60c. 1-- Wall Paper Stoves Ranges Harness Wire Fencing Sold only" to those who determine who wrote this ad. Fertilizer LOOK FOR THE SPOT O I Make The Lowest Prices Phone 26 R. H. Chrisman ... Berea, Ky. "Kindness to Animals." You might select some fancy title like, "Dogs' Feelings," or "If yo.i wero a horso." Tho aim Is to get people to reallzo that creatures that cannot talk or cry have feelings, nnd aro worthy of tho consideration of ovory man and boy who respects f. You can find some splendid anecdotes ot tho faithfulness ot our dumb frlonds and of tho brutalizing effects of cruelty. So much for thinking while you are away from the campus. Nov uoout doing. There Is a great deal to do In the house, on tho farm, or wherever you aro at work, and we shall have something to bay about these things later, llut Juki now hero U our great army ot young lteoplo 'ho are beginning their schools. Of course you have been hlin-S'-l- to como that is tho call ot friend-llnosOut the great thing Is to mako them deslro to know and to do. Can you sit down and read to them until they aro Interested In reading? Can you tell thorn a story from American History and mako them ask tor anoth or? Can you give them an easy In mental arithmetic and lot t.hom have such pleasure In solving It that they will say, "Let's have s. o" another?" INTENSIVE FARMING Winter Oats Better than Corn on Upland Soil. .. . more subject to blindness than where oats are used for feed. Winter oats aro being grown suction, reiorlfl that winter oats have returned 85 cents more cash jwr cessfully In I'ulaskl county and In aero In his stato than corn, notwith- tho northeastern Boctlon of Madison. S. L. Clark. standing tho (act tho boys' clubs demonstrated that ononnous crops of corn ran bo raised there. When Haying is Done. Now an average crop of corn In Heorgla takes out 17 jwunds of nitroTtcro's a smile of relief and a spirit gen, G pounds of phosphorus, nnd 2.'. of tun of potash more than tho oat Comes over tho tarraur when liavlnc crop which It will cost $t."0 to reIs done; place. It wo add to this the S5 cents With hU haylofts all swelling with hay greater valuo of yield per acre of tho I oats crop, wo Bhnll ae $5JS loss IIIc smllo Is as cherry as eunshlns to tho'farmer who raises corn Instead in May, The cummcr'n halt over, and out In of oats. tho field Hut this Is not tho full showing of the oats. Thoy furnish u growing He sees tho approach of a bountiful yield; ci op on tho ground for tho winter vhlch conserves tho fertility of th As tall as his hat Is the golden-toppetorn. roll and prevents tho terrible losi by washing of the winter rains, while Which waves its long arms In the breeze of tho morn. tho corn ground Is often left bare nil winter. Again we must consider As fair and as fragrant as gardens of old the difference of cost In producing uu acre of corn and nn acre of oats; Are his tleld3 with their ctubble as yellow as gold. and, further, that winter oats can by sheep much of tho U poHtun-time. It too many are not tdrned on, With his barn full ot hay and his bedding stacked high, and If they are taken off when tho A smile on Ms face, and a gleam In ground Is soft. his eye; Winter oats llko wheat will be wore sure It sown on ground where The cattle provided with winter repast, tsomo hoed crop, such as jwtatoes, lias been harvested. The ground While apples and pumpkins are ripening fast. should bo thoroty disced and rolled to make a firm seed bed. This will, There's a smile ot relief and a spirit of fun to a great extent, prevent winter Comes over tho farmer when haying killing or tho crop. Is done; On most soli it will pay to uao poundB of fertllUer per aero The turnips are growing, the melons 150 are prime, that will analyzo 4 per cent nltro-te8 per cent phophorus and 10 Tho harvest approaching, his bounteous time. cent potash. thing In favor Ahl Lucky the farmer who wanders Thore Is one other afield of tho oats crop. It Is tho fact that approach of a bountiful hero corn Is used as an exclusive And sees the yield! Ex. they aro far tin ration for horses Prof. A. M. Soul, director of Uio Oeorgla Agricultural Experiment Sta- sweot-ncent- ed d n, will mako tho housekeeper's worn uaslor tor ull her life. Think ot It! .FROST Does It pay to let tho mother do an (Conllnunl fim fir.t put) etra hour's work every day of her e Is bud? llfo because tho the rural districts when we have Consider sowing machines, bettor leaders? and spring water piped to tho And horo aro throe topics for orakitchen. Do we lovo our women-folks- ? by young men. An oration Is tions ways. people- -to .".et us show It In practical pcrsuado to un attempt Farmer superior to tho Fac"Tho got them to do things that they 1 tory Hand." ought to do but aro neglecting. Do not go to extremes In a cams wish you to take Hubjectb that you already know something ubout and llko this. It is not right to misrepresent tho factory hand ho does a which you feel to bo Important. useful and necessary work. Hut you "Conveniences In the Farmhouse' This Is a plea for our mothers and aro to show the superiority ot ths sisters. Show how often our women farmer. And you have a right to row unlovoly through hardships that bhow tho form not only as It Is, but thoy nood not bear. Halt a day'a a It may bo when the right man gets tork will put In a window that lold ot It, FAMILIAR LETTER FROM PRES'T cook-stovtire-woo- Remember that tho child that does not get started this month loses this wholo year, and Is at such a disadvantage next yoar that tho chances are ho never sets started. He is to bo a crlpplo for llfo unless you Ktt hold ot him now. And tho second thing Is to maka tho children have an Interesting time when they do come. Do not sit up behind tho teacher's desk and frighten them with hard questions. Ask easy questions so that they may havo tho Joy of success, und so thai they may gain confidence. Tell them all about tomorrow's lesson so they will bo eager to get a chance to looi: at It, Keep them busy. Set one of tho older ones to reading stories to tho little ones. Have some "busy woW like paper folding or "examples" for tho little wlgglers that were (Van DIusmorc's big Uttlo book on i.ever mado to keep perfectly still. "Teaching a District School." Don't And at recess talk with them and you wish the school trustees, and get them to toll you what they thlnlc the parents could huvo read the book? about things. Find out what is You aro finding out that real sucot each little head. And have cess depends upon things that hard- somo now and wonderful games to ly come Into the examlutlon ant leach them. And begin soon to tho certificate at all! plan for the picnic, and tho examinaNow wo all wish to have you back tion, and the exhibition, and tho othM Uerea, unless ou havo already er high occasions that uro coming. craduated, next New Year's time. And then go around and tell the Uut NOW It Is your duty to teach parents secretly what smart chlldreu jour school, and to teach as though they have! you never were to do anything else. Mako It certain that no dunce, Just forget that you are a student and no rogue starts to grow up In und be a teacher. And bo the biggest jour district this summer. and best kind of a teacher. Just I wanted to tell you about Chicago, mako up your mind what ought to and about Dr. Pearsons, and about s, be done In that district and OUT this sanitarium, and a hundred Llno-typ- o IT DONE! but I am afraid the The first thing Is to get tho chilis tired out, "Watch out" for dren all into your school. Of course another letter next week. Faithfully yours, It was tho business of tho parents to get the children to school, but It Wm. Goodell Frost. they fall or flunk then you must gut those children there. You never HEALTH CAR COMING can benefit the children who do not (Coutloucd from first come. tucky, inviting tho public in to seo Tho families that neglect their own nt ways to very ones that you nnd hear of practical children are tho unnecessary sickness and death. aro thero to look after. Find out who In connection with tho car, Illustratthoy are, and whore they live, and ed lectures aro given In Halls, churboo every one of them this woek. It ches and factories. Thousands of eduI? your first business to mako thos-- i cational leaflets are distributed and children desire to como to school. general Information given free of It they desire it badly enough they charge, to all who ask. will find a way to get there. They Mr. Jesse llalrd, well known In will work nights and mornings and Uerea, will have charge of the exSaturdays and so satisfy their parents, hibits and will bo glad to show oil und thoy will come to school. It visitors and Inquirers every courtesy will all go right If you will Just kin-dl- o possible. tho dostre in their hearts. How do you kindle desire? That PUBLIC SALE OfTaMD Is a great art tho art of lufluenco As agent for A. P. Gabbard and and leadership. Toll them tho other children aro started that will stir wlfo the undersigned will, on Frithorn up to lmltato and emulate. Tell day, July 21, 1911, on or near the thorn you havo some new things at promises In Jackson County Ky., on tho school-hous- e that will start their waters ot Clover Bottom Creek, sell curiosity. Tell them you want them I ISO acres of land, tnore or less. On in-hiotho.-thlng- this land is some tine white oak and other timber, and a good seam ot coal. This tract is on the road leading from Richmond to McKee. Prospects aro bright for a Railroad into Jackson County and It Is thought it will run near or through this land. This Is a tlno opportunity to make a good Investment. A Second Tract, On Saturday, July 22, 1911, I will sell on tho premises at Conway, Rockcastle County, Ky., 250 acres ot land. On this land Is a splendid two story building ot twelve rooms-c- an bo used as a hotel. The noted Conway Llthla Spring Is within ono hundred yards of tho residence. On the premises aro all necessary out buildings and a splendid stock barn. This property Is on the L. & N. Railroad and adjoins the depot grounds. At the same time and place will sell a store house and lot ot land, ot an acre. Said store adjoins tho depot grounds at Conway and is 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 lowing terms: Ono third cash on day of sale. Tho rest duo in two equal payments evidenced by notes Wring legal interest from day ot sale, duo and payable) In six and twelve months. Said notes to be secured by personal security and Hen retained. On paymont ot last note to undersigned, A. P. Gabbard and wife will make to purchasers a good and sufficient warrantee deed with clear title. John C. Chcnault, Agt, and Attorney In fact for A. P. Gab- -, bard and wife. WEDDING PRESENTS The Finest Line of Wedding Rings Ever Shown in Berea in SterlGold, Gold-filleing Silve, Cut Glass d, Zhc IRacfcet Store ENGRAVING FREE PALACE MEAT MARKET 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. Kldd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. cans 10c per lb. smaller lots 12c U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. 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 pt.) pro-ve- 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, fire cottoges, tour fronting Forest tit. Investments In well selected real estato in growing communities are sure and safe and best for small savings, Huy tills property and you aro buying an Inheritance. Iliavo resident property, store property, and building ioU for sale In Uerea, ranging In price from $160 up, Improved from liiOO to $6,000. Also bluegrass farms in Madison and Garrard Co; mountain farms in Jaokson ami ltockeastle Oo. I can suit you In farms anywhere in prices from $1,000 to $20,000. acres, rtal black walnut blue grans land in Oarrard Co. One fsrm of IW a 1.8 miles westof Paint Lick, Ky. This farm Is nearly all Ingress, well Improved, and will suit any ono wanting a splendid farm. If you are planning- to buy Ileal Estate, do not delay but write or call on me at once for particulars and terms. 1- -J - ONLY ONE FARM IN BEREA oata and grass, Containing twenty acres ton in original forestry, ten In The Best Qualities of 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. G. D. Room 4, Btrta HOLLIDAY Bank (& Tmtt Building - W. I. DOOLEY BEREA, KY. Ber.a, Ky. J. P. 1ICKNELL SERIAL STORY gold was to hare been shipped to Philto catch adelphia by express steamer for Venezuela." to-d- y ELUSIVE ISABEL By JACQUES FUTRELLE k, w Iltajtratonj by Ctopyr1tiL ' M. KET7KCR IH,kl The AimlaM CcpjrU" ua. bj Tke Bsboe-lferr- Hnnd.r M4rtUlM. Oonipu. T SYNOPSIS. Count dl Roslnl, the Italian ambassador. Is at dinner with diplomats In the national capital whim a messenger brines a note directing him to come to the embassy at once. Hers a beautiful young woman asks that she be given u tlcKOt to the embassy ball. The ticket la made out In the name ot Miss Isabel Thorne. Chief Campbell of the secret service, and Mr. Orlmm. his head detective, aro warned that a plot of the latln races against the English speak-Inraces is brewing In Washington, and Qrlmm goes to the state ball for Information. In a conservatory his attention Is called to Miss Isabel Thorne, who with tier companion, soon disappears. A revolveY shot Is heard and Campbell and Orlmm hasten down the hall to find that Senor Alvarez ot the Mexican lecatldn, has been shot. A woman did It. and Grimm Is assured It was Miss Thorne. He visits her. demanding Knowledge ot the affair, and there arrests man named l'letro I'etroxlnnl. Miss Thorne visits an old man, I.ulgl, apparently a bomb maker, and they speak of a wonderful experiment. jr CHAPTER VIII. (Continued.) i I Simultaneously tho front door ot tbe house on the corner, whero Hastings had been biding, and tbe front door ef the houso near tho corner, whero Blair bad been biding, opened and two heads peered out. As the car approached Hastings' hiding-placho wltbdrow Into tho hallway; but Blair camo out and hurried past tho legation In the direction of tho rapidly disappearing motor. Hastings jolnod him; they spoke together, then turned tho corner. It was about ten o'clock that night when Hastings reported to Mr. Campbell at his home. "We followed tho car In a rented automobilo from the Umo It turned e the corner, out through Alexandria, and along the old Haiti moro Road Into tbe city of Baltimore," ho explained. "It was dark by tbe time we rcachod Alexandria, but wo stuck to the car ahead, running without lights until we camo in sight of Druid Hill Park, and then wo had to show lights or bo held up. Wo covered those forty miles going in lesB than two hours. "After the car passed Druid Hill It (lowed up a little, and ran off tho turnpike into North Avenue, then Into North Charles Street, and slowly along that as If they were looking for a number. At last It stopped and Miss Thorno got out and entered a bouse. Sbo was gono for more than half an hour, leaving Mr. Cadwalladcr with tbe car. Whllo she was gono I made somo inquiries and learned that tbe houso was occupied by a Mr. I don't know Thomas Q. Griswold. anything else about him; Illalr may have learned something. "Now comes the curious part of it," and Hastings looked a llttlo sheepish. "When Miss Thorno came out of the house she was not Miss Thome at all she was Senorlta Inez Rodriguez, daughter ot tho Venezuelan minister. She woro tbe same clothing Miss Thorne had worn going, but her veil was lifted. Veiled and all muffled up one would have taken oath It was tbo sarao woman. She and Cadwalladcr are back in Washington now, or are coming. That'B all, except Blair is still in Baltimore, awaiting orders. I caught the train from the Charles Street station and came back. John-eo- Tho principal points to bo observed In successful potato growing aro: Select a well drnlncd, loamy soil. Glvo this tho most thorough preparaDo not expect a soli tion possible. that Is badly run out to glvo you good returns. It takes years to got a soil ready for potato growing. Prnctlco a rot nt Ion of crops which will Includo clover to turn under. Keep plonty ot humus In tho soli to would tho safo havo been opened?" "Thero would havo bocn only on bold moisture. Select mature seed ot a tested varway, Senor blow it open. There U iety, frco from disease, and from a no record." "Well, If wo accept all that as true." field frco from blight Treat all tubers to ho used for obsorved Mr. Grimm musingly, "It would seem that you either didn't put planting purposes with formalin ono pint to thirty gallons of water. the monoy Into tho snfa at all, or pleas sit down, there's nothing per It will pay to select the best hills it!" Senor Rodriguez stared at him sonal In this or clso the money was from the field for seed purposes. They Increase tbe blankly. taken out of tho Bafo without It being will Invariably nrc-tl- y "SI, Senor," ho agreed absently. And unlocked. This last would havo been yield. Fertlllzo liberally with high grade then, In English: "Yes, L should im- a miracle, and this Is not the day of fertilizer especially rich In avallablo miracles, therefore !" agine so." About Mr. Grimm's well modulated volca phosphoric ncld nnd potash. "Well, was all of It stolen, or only trailed off Into silence. Senor Rodri- 25 per cent In tbo cost of fertilizer a part of It?" Mr. Grimm went on. Tho minister gazed Into tbe listless guez camo to his feet with a blazo ol can be saved by "homo mixing." Bo careful In the uso of fresh stable eyes for a time, then, apparently be- anger In his eyes; Mr. Grimm wal manuro, wood ashes, or lime on tho wildered, walked forth and back watching him curiously. "I understand, Senor." said tho min- potato land. These may create a conacross the room ngain. Finally ho sat ister deliberately, "that down. believe dition In which potato "scab," if present, will thrive. "All of it," ho admitted. "I can't un- that Take tho greatest precautions that derstand it. No one, not a soul In this "I bellevo that you have (old tho house, except mysejf. knew it was truth," Interrupted Mr. Grimm placid tho land shall not become Infected ly, "that Is tho truth so far as you with "scab." It may take years to hero." "In addition to this weight of, say know It But you have stated one eradicate the disease. Glvo tho potato field tho best of cultwo hundred pounds, fifty thousand thing In error. Somebody besides your dollars would make considerable self does know tbo combination. tivation. As much depends on this n bulk." mused Mr. Grimm. "Very well! Whether thoy knew It or not at this on fertilizer. Practice cultivation that Therefore It would appear that tho time yesterday I can't ay, but some- will conserve soil moisture. Do not attempt to grow potatoes person, or persons, who got It must body knows it now." havo gono away from hero heavily Senor Rodriguez drew a deep breath without spraying. Use Bordeaux mixladen?" of relief. Tho implied accusation had ture for blights nnd combine with it Senor Rodriguez nodded. been withdrawn as pleasantly and some arsenical materia! to kill "bugs." Spraying gives an Increased value of "And now, Senor," Mr. Grimm con- frankly as It had been put forward. tinued, "if you will kindly state the "I ran across a chap in New York about 50 to the acre. Tbo spraying of potatoes is ofton circumstances Immediately preceding onco. for Instance." Mr. Qrlmm took and following tho theft?" the troublo to explain, "who could un- spoken of as "potato Insurance." So A slight frown which had been lock any safo that Is, any safo of the don't forget to hnve your potatoes Inkind used at that time twelvo or sured. In order for spraying to be fourteen years ago. So you see. I effective and successful three things doubt if ho would be so successful are fundamental. 1. Spraying at the right time. with tho new models, with a!l their 2. Tho uso of a mixture of tbo Improvements, but You know propor kind and properly prepared. he would havo made an Ideal burglar, 3. Thoroughness of the work. that chap. Now, Senor, who live here It will be observed too that wo havo In tho legation with you?" two classes of enemies to deal with, "My secretary, Senor Diaz, ray namely: Insects and fungus diseases. daughter Inez, and Just at tho Each class requires a different maten Miss Thitrne Miss Isabel rial but fortunately In potato sprayThorno," the senor Informed him. ing both can be trcatod with a com"Abo four servants two men and two bined mixture. women." Tho theory of spraying Is to begin "I'vo had tho pleasure of meeting before tho spores of any disease aro your daughter and Miss Thorne," Mr. Grimm Informed him. "Now, support RBBBBBBBBBIBBBBBBBBBnBBBBBSBBBm Ik wo take a look at the safo?" 1 gray-black Mr. Orlmm nodded. "Tho fnct that this gold was Senor Rodlgucz's possession could not have been known to moro than halt a dozen persons, as the negotiations throughout have been In strict secrecy," and Mr. Campbell smiled benignly. "So much! Now, Senor Rod riguez has Just telephoned asking that I send a man to tho legation at onco. Tho gold was kept there over night or perhaps I should say that tho senor Intended to keep it thcro over night." Mr. Campboll stared at Mr. Grimm for a moment, then: "Miss Thome, you know, is a guest nt tho legation, that Is why I am referring tho matter to you." "I understand," said Mr. Grimm. And ten minutes later Mr. Grimm presented himself to Senor Rodriguez. The minister from Venezuela, bubbling with excitement, was pacing forth and back ncross his offlco, ruffling his hair with nervous, twining fingers. Mr. Grimm sat down. "Senor," he Inquired placidly, "fifty thousand dollars in gold would weigh nearly two hundred pounds, wouldn't tion except myself," Bsnor RodrtgtN Insisted. "Your secretary servant somt member of your family might hnvi In seen you unlock tho safe somo time, MANY ESSENTIAL POINTS IN SUCCESSFUL POTATO GROWING Years Required to Get Soil Into Proper Condition Greatest Precautions Should Do Taken That Land Shnll Not Become Infected With Potato Scab Malno Growers Prnctlco Rotation. tny wm. d. mmn.) ficlat In potato growing than with any other crop, and In this rotation clovct should play an Important part Certain bacteria In tho soli havo tho powor ot taking nitrogen out of the ntmospbero and storing this element up In "tubercles" or "nodules" on the roots ot clover nnd other plants of the name botanical family. Various authorities any that an ordinary crop of red clover will put Into the soli In a second crop and lis roots from 150 pounds to 200 pounds of nitrogen to the acre. Clover also has a deep root system bringing up plant and thus learnod tho combination?" Senor Rodriguez did not quite know whether to bo annoyed nt Mr. Grimm's persistence, or to admlro the tenacity with which ho held to this ono point. "You must understand, Scnw Grimm, that many state documents aro kept In tho safe," ho said finally, "therefore It is not advisable that any ono should know tho combination. havo rando It an nbsoluto rule, as did my predecessors hero, never to unlock tho safe in the presence ot another person." "State documents!" Mr. Grimm's lips silently repeated tho words. Then aloud: "Perhaps there's a record ot the combination somewhero? If yon had died suddenly, for Instance, how Finding of the Book of the Law StaUy SVmI Utioa for My 30, 1911 Spscltllr Amuwd for This Paper LRflSON TKXT-- II Chronicle H:l-- . MKMOttT VKH815-5- 1. GOLDEN TEXT Thy word hnva I hid In mine heart, that I mltfht not sin, against the." Fan. 119:11. 611, In the Hth year of, TIMR11, years old. Jostah'a reltn. when he was Btnus IV of tho last lesson. a FI.ACK-T- he Jerusalem. Temple ami l'niace at . tho klnir. Human the prophetess. ItllkUh the high priest Shaphtn tho scribe or secretary. FUnSONS-Josl- ah . I!" m then! "Certainly." called: "No One, Not a Soul In This House, Except Myself, Knew It Was Here." Senor Rodriguez started toward th closed door Just as thero camo a tlnv Id knock from tho hall. Ho glanced, at Mr. Grimm, who nodded, then h Bench for Cutting Seed Potatoes. growing upon tho smooth brow ot the diplomatist was Instantly dissipated. "The money fifty thousand dollars In gold coin was paid to me yester- day afternoon about four o'clock," ho began slowly. In explanation. "By Mr. Cressy of the International Investment Company," supplemented Mr. Grimm. "Yes. Go on." you know" "Yes, I've seen Johnson," Interrupted Campbell. "Aro you absolutely posltlvo that the woman you saw get Into the automobile- with Mr. Cadwal-lxde- r was Miss Thorno?" "Absolutely," roplled Hastings without hesitation. "I saw her In her own room with her wraps on, thon 6aw her come down and get Into the car." "That's all," said the clef. "Good- night." For an hour or moro ho sat In a great, comfortnblo chair In tho smoking-room ot his own home, tho guileless bluo eyes vacant, staring, and spidery lines in tho benevolent forehead. On tbo morntng ot tho second day following, Senor Rodrlguoz, tho minister from Venezuela, reported to tho Secret Service Bureau tho disappearance ot dollars In gold from a safe In his private office at the d The diplomatist favored the young man with ono sharp. Inquiring glance, and continued: "The gentleman who paid the money remained here from four until nino o'clock while I, personally, counted It. As I counted it I placed it In canvas bags and when he had gone I took these bags from this room Into that," ho Indicated a closed door to his right, "and personally stowed them away in the sate. I closed and locked the door of, tho safe myself; I know that It was, locked. And that's all, except this morning the money was gone every dollar of it" "Safe blown?" inquired Mr. Grimm. "No, Senor!" exclaimed the diplomatist with sudden violence. "No, the safe was not blown! It was closed and locked, exactly as I had left it!" Mr. Grimm was Idly twisting the seal ring on his little finger. "Just as I left It!" Senor Rodriguez repeated excitedly. "Last night after I locked the sato door I tried It to make certain that it was locked. I happened to nbtlco then that tbo pointer on tbo dial had stopped preThis cisely ut number forty-flvo- . morning, when I unlocked the safe and, ot cojrse, I didn't know then that tbo money had been taken tho pointer was still at number forty-fivo.- " He paused with ono hand In tho air; Mr. Grimm continued to twist tho seal "Come In!" Tho door opened, and MIS3 Thorno entered. She was clad In somo film)-- , gossamcr-Uk-e morning gown with ho? radiant hair caught upon her whit neck. At sight of Mr. Orlmm tho blue-gra- y eyes opened as If in out prise, and she paused Irresolutely. "I beg your pardon, Senor," she said, addressing the diplomatist. "I did not know you were engaged. And Mr. Grimm!" Sho extended a slim, whlto hand, and the young man bowod low over It "We are old friends," she explained, smilingly, to tho minister. Then: "I think I must havo dropped my handkerchief when I was In hero yesterday with Inez. Perhaps ydu found It?" "SI, Senorlta," replied Senor Rodriguez gallantly. "It Is on my desk In here. Just a moment." Ho opened tbo door and passnd Into the adjoining room. Mr. Grimm's eyes met thoso of Miss Isnbel Thorno, and there was no Ustlessneas In them now, only Interest Sho smiled at blm tauntingly and lowered her lids. Senor Rodrlgurz appeared from the other room with tho handkerchief. "Mil graclas, Senor," she thanked him. "No ha7 de que, Senorlta," he returned, as ho opened tho door for hor. "Monsieur Grimm, au rcvolrl" Shi dropped a llttlo curtsey, and still smiling, went out "Sho Is charming, Senor," tho diplomatist assured him enthusiastically, albeit Irrelevantly. "Such vivacity, such personality, such such sho It present, or before nny of the Insects make their appearance, and keep the plants well covered with materials which will immediately destroy cither tho insect or tho sporo ot tho dlseaso beforo any damage Is done. Reported failures, or poor results from spraying can usually bo traced to ot one or all of tho essentials Just given. So far as spraying at tho right time Is concerned, begin when the potatoes are about four Inches high nnd keep them well covered until tho frost kills the plants or they ripen In the fall. Do not wait until any of the diseases appear beforo you begin. A properly mndo mixture Is important Many fall In not looking after this part of tbo operation. A definite, properly planned rotation of crops Is perhaps moro bene- FIVE-HORS- E HITCH FOR PLOW I'ROD TO HMD TfAM charming." "The safe, please," Mr. Grimm minded him. (TO BH CONTINUED.) f 'fcmssV ir-- E effe re- legation. CHAPTER IX. Fifty Thousand Dollars. Mr, Campbell was talking. - "For several months past," ho said, "the International Investment Company, through Its representative, Mr, Creasy, has been secretly negotiating with Senor Rodriguez for certain asphalt properties In Venezuela, Three days ago these negotiations woro successfully concluded, and yesterday Mr. Cressy, In secret, paid to Senor Rodriguez, fifty thousand dollars In American gold, the first ot teur payment! ot slralUu sums. This u t "Noblesse Oblige." In Mrs. Walford's story of Lorn Mansfield, In hur recent book, entitled "Recollections of a Scottish Novelist" ring. the top noto of propriety is reached. "It was all like like somo trick on The noble lord's young nephew, se the stago," the minister went on, Ing blm annoyed at a railway station "like the magician's disappearing lady, at having no servant at hand to get or or ! It was as though I had not his newspapers, ran and procured them. put tbe money Into the sato at all!" Lord Mansfield "Did you?" Inquired Mr. Grimm ami- showed no gratitude whatever. "Edward," was all be would ssy, ably. "Did I?" blazed Senor Rodrlguoz. "recollect, Edward, that a gentleman "Why, Senor J I did!" he concluded should never hurry himself In meekly. Mr. Orlmm believed blm. In Proportion. "Who else knows the combination Wlfle I want a cap, please, for ray of the safe?" he queried. "No ono, 8enor not a living soul." husband. Shopkeeper Yes, madam. "Your secretary, for instance?" What size does bo wear? "Not even my secretary," Well, I really forget Wifle servant some member of "Some Hit your family V collars aro size 16; though I exptel "I tell you, Senor, not one person he'd want about size It or 10 for i la all the world knew that combina cap, wouldn't he? post-haste 40 (- -oN Tffur Line o Dram urn limb-- of Hitch Flo,. To secure a direct draught with horses hitched on a gang plow, it is necessary to have two horses working ahead and tho four balanced by tho Ofta horse. In the Illustration there Is shown a pulley or vertical evener attach id to the final ovener at O, which keeps the balanco Ave tbe front and rear teams. The construction of this pulley Is shown Crre must he tn Figs. 2 and 3. Potatoes Affected With Scab. food from below, conserves potash In large quantities, and adds much to beforo. organic matter. In Wisconsin It has When they brought out from tho old been found thnt growing potatoes aft- chests In the temple tho money coner clover Increased the yield 40 per tributed for repairs, which hod been cent deposited In tho safest hiding place, Tho leading potato growers In the Htlklah tho priest, who had charge oi famous Aroostook district of Maine tho money. In searching tho chest three-yea- r nro practicing tho following found at tho bottom a book of tho law rotation: First year potatoes; of tho Lord, the law given by Moses. second yenr grain (seeded to clover); Hllklah delivered tho book to Shanthird year clover. Plow In the fall non, King Joslah's secretary ot stato, of tho third year, turn Iho second as tho fitting person to show It to th crop of clover under, and repeat tbe king. When Shnphan roportod th rotation. contributions and tho work on tho temple, ho brought the book with him, told how It had been found, alid read It to HORSES STILL tho king. IN BIG DEMAND Tho king heard tho book read, and he assembled tho elders and priests, made a publlo Nutlorm Look Upon United Stutca and tho Lcvltos. They Tho king himcovenant and pledge uaMurko- t- Uoera Leu rnctl self first made a public covenant beVuluoof tho Amcr-icu- ti foro tho Iiord, to walk after tho l.ord. Mulu. and to keep his commandments, with Tho demand for American mutes all his heart. This was very similar to tho great and horses Is greater than tho supply. Even Franco and England aro sending meeting under Joshua on tho slopes ot buyers to America. Tho Doers, In Mount Ebal and Gerlzlm eight centutheir recent war, learned tbo value ot ries before, on taking possession of American mules. Ono firm has a con- tho Promised Ijuid, Tho aamo tnMm ' tract to send them 200 mules. A steam- were presented, and the samo coveer load of l.tOO mules was scut to tbo nant made. FIJI Islands this spring. The covenant was mado under tho Tho greatest Imparting countries or power of tho strongest and best moEurope nro Belgium, Denmark. Ger- tives thnt could be brought to bear many. Italy, Norway, Russia, and upon them, when their minds wcro upGreat Britain. All tbo leading coun- lifted Into clearest vision, abovo tho tries of South America, Central Amer- smoko nnd clouds ot earth. That was ica, and Asia, and tbo islands of tbo tho right tlmo to make a dccUIun. God Pacific and West Indies, aa well as has given us feelings on purpose to Australia, aro getting horses from movo us to decldo aright America. Tho buyers of the most Joslah restored tho regular teraplo S3 animals the last fow years were Can- services under tho priests nnd Lo- ada nnd Mexico. vltes; nnd ho celebrated a passover, exported, such as had not been celebrated from In 1910, 28.000 horses wotc whllo only 21.610 were exported In tho days of tho Judges that Judged Is1909. Moro horses than mules aro ex- rael, nor In all tho days of tho kings ported. Not only are draft horses and of Israel, nor of tho kings ot Judah. mules In demand, but England would From all parts ot tbo land the peoplo buy tho best carriage horses nnd Den- flocked up to tho renovated tcmplo and mark cavalry horses. If tho supply Joined with every demonstration ol wcro larger. gladness In tbe eight days' festivity prepared for them. Thirty thousand From Farmer to Consumer. males ot full ago attended. During nil carAn Ohio farmer who shipped a these days tbe services of tbo temple load ot turnips to one ot tho large choir woro brought Into rcqullstlou cities of his stato could not get tho singers ot tho famous clan ol enough from tho commission men to Asaph chanting. In relays, the psalms pay freight and he thoreforo distrib- for tho season, appointed centuries beuted tbo vegetables free. At tho same foro by David, Asaph and Jcduthun. time turnips were selling at sixty Tbo Blblo may bo lost today by negcents per bushel In the grocery stores. lecting it neglecting to read It dally. That Illustrates tho loss between the Neglecting family reading and prayers. produced and the retailer. Neglecting to read Its stories to llttlo children. Dy dlsoboying It Disobeying its precepts dulls tho consclcncaTp! and tho wholo moral nature, so that iv may bo said, "Eyes havo they, hut " they sco not, oars havo they but thoy boar not" Dy being so absorbed In worldly things that whllo ho hearcth the word with bla cars, "the caro of this world, and tho deccltfulness or riches, cnoko tho word, nnd ho becometh unfruitful." Ily keeping tho Word far trout Z dally life, so that all Its blessed truths J0- aro admired, but not geared on to right action. By making tho IMblo unattractive. 1 havo board n number of ministers rend '.ho Blblo bo poorly that people wero not interested in it, listened carelessly, and liked It less than it It had been d unread. Thon tho printing of tho Version Is so solid as to bo unattractive nnd difficult to uso. By lesPjA sening Its authority. It makes a vast difference In tbo power ot tho Bible, whether It Is rocelved aa only tho thoughts of men, or as a message from God. Dy neglecting all tho light that Is shining upon It from many sources. Find tbo Blblo Got acquainted with It nead it Study it Knov what la tn It Ono ot tho best tblngw In thu Sunday school, In tho Kpworth Leagtm taken In making all measurements as and Christian Endeavor movement is Indicated for In tbe short eveners a their emphasis on the dally reading ot small fraction ot an Inch will make a tho Bible. Practice its precepts. Only considerable dlffercnco In the load by doing God's will can one understand pulled by tho Individual horse or it Uso It as a guide book for daily Ufa. Sometimes boys in school and team. collego havo lltlo interest In tholr studies becauso thoy do not boo any ' Raising Pole Cats. Out as eoou as A Malno farmer has a colony ot 20 practical uso in tlicm. pole cats. Ho raises these animals lor they soo how thoy guldo to success, or are essential to their alms, they bo fur, which brings a good pricr come full of eutbuilasm. With hundreds of millions of Bibles cxlstcnco and several millions moro printed every year, It Is Bomowhat difficult for us to Imagine how knowledge of tho written Bible, nnd of tho exact tenor ot Its teachings could bo lost Borne facts will help us to understand. Tlicro woro at that time very few copies of tho sacred books In enco. They wcro very cxponslvo. was customary for theso copies to bo kept lo tho temple, while the copy which (according to tho lnw) wan made for tho uso ot the king, woulJ most certainly havo perished under-sucand Anion. kings as Manassch It Is plain thnt the finding of thla book "was not tho discovery of something unknown before, but tho rescuing of tho tcmplo copy of the lnw from, tho hiding placo In which It had long lain." It must havo been the ancient copy of tho law, and not n book written, as somo critics think, by unknown persons In tho reign of Manassen, never seen or used among tho Jows In cxlk yf h ' Wfg H July 20, 1911 POPULAR BREED OF CHICKENS White Plymouth Rocks Are Large, 8trong and Vigorous, Besides Being Excellent Layers, THE CITIZEN Page Seven STEEL IN THE LEAD Home Town BEREH Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OP THE MOUNTAINS What Arc Your Talents? What Hre Your Rims? Berea Has the Training That is Best For YOU. Then enter tbo FATTEN Food FOWLS FOR MARKET Should Bo Given at Regular Mouri and Then Only What tho Bird Will Eat Up Clean. White Plymouth Rocks resemble Iho barred In every particular except color. Thoy nro white In plumage throughout, writes Mrs. D. A. Denn LONDON Helps --E MUCH Cuslness Improving as the Country Re sponds to Depression Over Heat Wave. New York. II. 0. Dun & Co? weekly revlow of trade said: In rcsponso to tho broader demand for finished materials tho steel mills nro rapidly resuming operations, having taken less tlmo than usual for repairs and inventories. Plants in tho Pittsburg district nro working fully up to tho Juno rate, while tho leading Interest Is running at slightly over C7 per cent of Its steel Ingot capacity. A moro favorably showing than had been oxpected was disclosed In tho unfilled tonnago roport of tho stcol corporation, orders on hand during Juno Increasing 240,871 tons, whereas In tho two mouths Immediately preceding this was n combined falling oft ot fully 334,000 tens. Dry Goods Buying. Duycra nro still hesitating about placing forward orders In dry goods. Prices aro generally well maintained, exceptions being noted In somo gray cloths. Jobbers havo extensive plans LIKE Ic No PARIS a British Metropolis Longer Digni- Chicken for broiling or frying uhould be fed extra fur two or three weeks to set tlicm fnt, with plenty of good, solid meat on breast and thlgba. Itnnge poultry It novcr classed as first-clas- s fied City. In the old days London was essentially a city of ponderous pomp. Paris In comparison appeared ns n bright firefly bcsldo tbo grim darkness which metropolis England's surrounded aro Now, tho streets of London brighter, If possible, than thoso of Paris, tbo shops an gay, tho movement White Plymouth Rocks. as vivacious. Most of the plays In Ot only for In Green's Farm aardenlng. They aro Paris wcro considered ono of tho most popular white breeds. those who did not mind broad Jcots They aro as large, strong and vigorous or who told cacn other In a whisper as tho barred variety and, being pure that they bad been to tho Palais Uoy white, will breed much moro uniform ale. Today, the London theaters bold, In color. They lay especially well In ly ndvertlso the most risque entertainwinter nnd tholr eggs nro Inrgo. Thoy ments, thoro is no subject that Is not mako flno mothers. Thrifty and ac- discussed, no novel that Is not read, saytive regular hustlers not sluggish and It has become a lHfo tbo Aslntlcs, Itcady for tnblo or ing that Instead of the younger women market much younger than tho smaller being restrained by decorum from Inbreeds. Keep the egg basket full, and dulging In doubtful literature, books Incidentally tbo owner's pockets lu tho are now described as "the sort of book ono would not give to ono's mother to saino condition. road" for this was a girl's description of a work of fiction, HARD WORK MEANS SUCCESS Hush and hurry, hurry and rush, characterize tho life of those who aro Jo Hatch and Brood Chickens Artifi- called "the smart set." Tbo early ride cially One Must Stay With Work In tho park, tbo afternoon drive and Night and Day. shopping calls, have given place to mopolo mutches nnd A great many people buy Incubators tor scorching, brldgo and poker. If and brooders and expect thorn to run you wanted In the old dayn to see your themselves. Thera would bo Just as friends, you could Invariably find them much senso In the hen leaving her at a quiet, solemn lunch, assembled In eggs for tho wind nnd sun to batch In- dim, stately dining rooms between 1 stead of setting on them nnd guarding nnd 2 o'clock. Now, restaurants, hothem, night nnd day, for 31 days. tels, tea houses and lunching rooms Inanlmato things won't run them- nre tho resorts of the representatives selves; they must be run. Mnchlnes of the fashlonablo world. arc nil right, but they haven't brnlns; men must supply the Intelligence. BEAUTY SPOTS THAT COUNT Now, it has been proved by thousands of pcoplo In different parts of tbo world that artificial incubation No Place Where Garden Is More Appreciated Than at a Railnnd brooding of poultry is an assured way Station. success. Hut to make this success requires closo personal attention from Thero Is probably no place where o start to finish. Tho work cannot be Intrusted to nny Tom or Dick or Har- garden Is more appreciated by tho ry. Tom nnd Dick and Harry hired to public than ut a railway station. Folks do tho work may set tho machine when out traveling have their eyes going, but thoy won't keep tbcm with tbcm; they are open to all kinds going. They lack tho personal equa- of Impression, and such ns at homo tion. They would just as soon see you would In passing be barely noticed make n failure as they would see you and even remain entirely unobserved. mako a success of the chicken busi- If met on travels, aro welcomed with an interest highly profitable. The ness. To hatch and brood chickens artifi- beautiful has added beauty; tho partcially ono must stay right with tho ly hidden and insignificant becomes work, day and night. This docs not obvious; the cyo searches greedily for mean that you have to sit up with and new Impressions, when wo are out nurso tho machines and baby birds, This, then. Is probably the fundabut that you Just about know exactly what thoy aro doing every hour of tho mental reason for the railroad gardens. Culture has been given to twenty-four- . ugly situations; trees have Many pcoplo fall to keep the Inrant planted along chicks dry, warm and well supplied been with fresh nlr In tho brooder. This fences; vacant spots have been transIs a simple matter, but an essential. A formed from barren cinders Into beauherd of goats will get along In a re- ty spots of lawns nnd flowers; hot mote brushy pasturo for weeks at a platforms and sidewalks havo had tho tlmo with nothing but bushes and potted shadows of trees thrown over fence rails to feed upon. Not so with them; tho cheerless has been transbaby chicks; they must bo fed nt formed Into jubilant symphonies ot colors and cool shadows, inviting, inleast flvo times each day. Tho neglect of simple sanitation In deed, when summer burns tbo traveltbo brooder is responsible for heavy er's back. mortality among young feathered Grass the Main Thing. stock. Fifty or a hundred or moro In largo lawns such common shrubs young birds in ono closo room will soon mako foul conditions, which In as tbo snowball, the Persian lilac, and turn will soon lead to disease and the Japanese quince, aro excellent death If tbo foulnoss Is not removed. lksldes theso thero are tho mock Thoso who are very careful to keep orange, tho golden bell, the spiraea tho brooder scrupulously clean usually vanhoutcn. and tho pearl bush. The havo good success with brooder dogwoods and evergreens work In well chicks, and thoso who allow tbcm to In tho decoration or a largo lawn. Or course theso are not all that aro becomo filthy moot with Inevitable needed for n beautiful lawn, for In fact loss. t . Failures, then, in batching and the Important thing Is a thick, grass sod, the carpet, If you brooding poultry by artificial means are duo to tho uso of infertile eggs, nl please, upon which to set tbo scenery. lowing temperatures in tho machine Tho ennnas, hollyhocks, coleus and to run too high and too low, lack of geraniums nro necessary, but should good ventilation, failure to keep tho be used only as borders, or sorao of brooder clean and the young blrdi tbcm In porch boxes, supplied with direct sunlight, and ir- are often desired, and tho hardier varegular feeding. Theso rany nil bi rieties should bo obtained and placed summed up in ono phrase, lack of together In rows or beds, as slnclo rosebushes soon grow to limbs and closo attention to details. appear uuslghtly. well-knowwell-knowplgcon-sbootlnu right-of-wawell-kepnoso-bushes Pitt six to eight chlckcm In n clean, roomy coop; plnco coop In shod, unicn snouiu do kopi quiet ana dark. Olvo first morning food of comment mixed with milk; Juit what they will ont with a relish. At nine o'clock glvo a second meal of cd bread mixed with boiled vego-c- . corn At noon glvo cracked cd with a ttttlo wheat. At 5 p. m. give cornincal mixed with milk, They should bo fed nt regular hours nnd given only what they cat up with a relish at each meal. No food should be allowed to llo In tho coop, as they lose their appetite when food la left In the coop to turn tour Sour food Is not fit to feed. Wash cut tho coop every morning. This Is necessary nnd should not bo neglected, (llvo a little gravel or charcoal about twlco n week. Olvo tnllk Instead of wnter, lly this method chickens may bn fattened In two weeks' time. Chickens thus fed will tnako prime, market poultry and will rommand an extra prlco. mod-ratol- y market poultry. WATERING CAN FOR CHICKS for merchandising under sales during tho coming week, when many of tho largest buyers will bo In tho cast to attend an important mooting. Curtailment of mill operations Is still very largo in alt textiles. Tho movement of footwear gradually Increases. Buyers aro moro numerous In the New England market, but caution continues to bo displayed In nil transactions. Retail trade, continues to show Improvement. strongth Pronounced rules still throughout tho leather market, with special firmness In solo leather. how-ove- r, excellent Fountain May De Made Out of Old Tomato Can Cut 1J4 Inches From Dottom. An old tomato can, with a hole punched In side as shown In Illustration, will mako a good watering ves- - nradstreot'a letter said: Thu ovents of the week havo been mainly favorable, Including as they do tho passing, temporarily at least, ot tho heated wave, tho worst of the decade; the occurrence of rains in drought stricken sections staying tho further deterioration of tho corn crop; tho maintenance of flattering conditions as to tho cotton crop outlook and tbo widening of activity In the iron and steel trade. Though midsummer quiet still prevails, trado conditions display a slightly better undertone, thanks to tho breaking of the hot wavo and to timely rains In tho western country. More moisture Is needed for corn and oats, but tho precipitations that havo occurred havo superinduced a better feeling and Incidentally produced n llttlo more spot business. Building Brick. Thero is a triflo more doing in Industrial lines, oven though thero is still considerable dullness. Duildlng tradO' statistics appear to lndicato that tho trado turned tho corner in June. Iron and steel Industry continues to score advances and the outlook for the final part of tho half year is certainly moro optimistic than It was. Finished lines lead ns regards now demand, but pig Iron Is nlbo In better request, and It is apparent thnt a relatively good business has been placed In a quiet way. ' FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent Here yen will bo placed with others llko yourself, under a special teacher, and make most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic nnd (ho common branches and bo ready to uso them. You will havo singing, dnwing, farm and household management, and freo Ono year In tho Foundation School costs less than f 90 and Is worth f 1,000. Arc you aiming to bo a teacher? Then Join tho NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnimore, Dean. Hero yon will be so trained that you will rear no examination, and you will be taught how to teach. Tho demand for Berea trained teachers far exceeds tbo supply, Aro you interested In earning money? THE VOCATIONAL 8CHOOLS, Mile E. Marsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Course, Etc Hero you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy doing things in a superior manner. Are you desiring tho next best thing to a College Courao? Then take two years or three years In tho GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. Two years, or three years, In such practical studies as will fit you for an honorable and useful Hie. Xou select your studies from such as these: Physiology tho science or health; Civlca tho sclcnco or government; Grammar ; tho art of correct speech and Ethics tho science ot right and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence; Botany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; Physics tho sclenco of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc Do you wish to prepare to enter Collego? Start in tho BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. Best training in Mathematics, Languages, Sclenco and History. The s Academy baa its own and Men's Dormitory, and a large body or students of high character and ability, able Instructors, and uso ot Coltext-bookBook-Bindinletter-writingclass-room- Are you not far advanced? lege Library and apparatus. Berea College The Collego itself stands apart from all tho other schools under Its and has long maintained tbo highest standards known In the South. To conform to tho Carneglo standards we havo diminished onr former requirements! Required and elcctlvo studies with opportunity to concentrate in particular lines. Largest collego library In Kentucky. Laboratories equipped for student practice. Courses leading to tho degrees ot A. B., B. S., B. L.. and B. Ped. MUSIC (Singing Free). Iteed Organ, Volco Culture, Piano, Theory, Band, may bo taken for special fees in connection with work In any of tha man-".ceme- above schools. Questions Rnswered money-making a snl Hhould be abouo Watering Can for Chicks. for young chickens. The 1V4 cut Inches from tlio bottom. TURNSTILE GATE FOR YARD One Passage Made to Answer for All Where Four Pens Come TogetherHow It Is Made. In come together It Is convenient to bnvo tho gates nil at one corner, or In other the poultry-yar- where four lots Export Trade. Wheat, including flour, exports from tho United States and Canada, for the week ondlng July 13, aggregate 1,801,-08- 3 bushels, against 1,347,275 last week and 1,190,248 this week last year. For tho two weeks ending July 13 exports aro 3,148,358 bushels, against 2,754,023 In the corresponding poriod last year. Corn exports for the week are 898,391 bushels, against last week and 440,757 In 1910. For tho two weeks ondlng July 13, corn exports nro 1,874,403 bushels, against 771,819 last year. Business Failures. Business failures In tho United States for the week ending July 13 wcro 19C, against ISO last week, 202 In the llko week In 1910, 206 in 1909, 25S in 1903 and 177 In 1907. 97G,-01- 7 THE MARKETS Berea, Friend of Working Students. Berea Collego, with its affiliated institution. It requires certain fees, but chools. Is not a it expends many thousands ot dollars each year for tho benefit of. Us students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for students to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students come from the best families and aro earnest to do well and Improve For any who mar be sick tho College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents In Berea live In College buildings, and assist in work ot boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to tho value ot tholr labor. Except in winter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part ot their expenses. Write to tho Secretary beforo coming to securo employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate la tbo best, but as students must attend classes regardless ot the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellaa and overshoes aro necessary. Tho Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES arc really below cost. Tho College asks no rent for the flno buildings in which sti'denta live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For tabic board, without coffee ot-- extras, f 1.35 a week, In the fall, and f 1.50 in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing ot bedding. 40 to 60 cents for each person. .Qnunm prr.Q nro turn PIrKt A. "nnllar nnnclt An pimrnntftn fni return of room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, and ts returned when the atudent departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services or teachero all our instruction is a free gift). Tho Incidental Fee for moat etudenta is f.1.00 a term, fO.OO In Academy and Normal, and f7.00 In Collo elate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by tho halt term. Installments are as follows: Vocational and Foundation Academy College. School. and Normal. FALL TERM ,'$ 7.00 $ 6.00 $ 6.Q0 Incidental Fco G.G0 7.00 7,00 Itoom 9.45 9.45 45 Board, 7 weeks . Amount due Sept. 13, 1911 Board 7 wceka. duo Nov. 1, 1911 , , Turnstile for Poultry Yard. words, mako ono gnto answer for all o Illustration shows tho confour. struction of tho gate. Tho end posts aro 2x1 4 feet from tho center post on which tho gate turns. An Inch iron pin 18 inches long nnd 12 Inches in tho post that tho gato Is framed on nnd six Inches In tho post In the ground. This should fit tho holes vury tight that the gnto may turn solidly. Value of Grit and Charcoal. It pays to keep a supply of grit, oyster shell and charcoal beforo the fowls. Tho more you can coax your laying ben to oat and asiluillato, the more material she will havo to turn Into eggs. Her body must bo nourished and material supplied for oggs. To provldo for both purposes during cold weather means grinding up a great deal of food. Tbo grit helps to do this and tho oyster shell furnishes material for tho egg sholl. Charcoal furnishes no nourishment, but promotes digestion, and is a bowel cor- Feeding tho turkeys too often is an Injurious practice Every farmer should go Into tho puro bred poultry class. Don't expect to get winter eggs from late hatched chicks. Oct rid of soma of tbo roosters that aro now worrying tbo bens to no good purpose Tho Indian Itunner duck is not Inclined to fatten so rcadtly as other varieties. Hunt up prlvato customers and ngrco to sell thorn strictly fresh eggs thon do It. Tho quickest way to "break up" a setting ban is to shut her up a day with a rooster. Tho comb Is as sure an indicator of tho health of the bird as tho tongue Is or tho person. Teach tbo turkeys to bavo a regular feeding ground apart from tho othor fowls of tbo farm. Late hatched chicks make good broilers or soft roasters In tho fall when the prices are high. Tbo very best kind ot a pen for ducklings is ono that can be cast!) moved from one part of tho yard to Shrubs for Small Lot. If tho lot Is small, suy 40 by 150 shrubs, foot, choose the such as the spiraea of either prunl-folithunbergll or bumalda families. plants These nro hardy, about three feet In height. Tbo spiraea thunbergll has very fine, foliage, with llttlo white flowers scattered along tho branches. The spiraea bumalda, of tho varloty watcror, Is n very free flowering shrub, with crimson flowers. It ts com-paand low In growth. Spiraea has drooping branches, with flov.era. Tho double whlto daisy-likloaves ot this variety assume brilliant 'jucb in tbo fall. light-greey o a, n rective. Brooding Hens. With brooding; hens wo glvo exactly the same diet, except for soft food. That affects the fertility and is used only occasionally for a change Then wo usually give blood moal and bran mixed In the hopper. In the pens we keep grit and shell all the time, and ulnco grit is scarco in this country, we use gravol, coal cinders and broken glass in order that the hens may have something ebarp to cut and digest Jthelr food. soother. Flowers on Lamp Posts. Ornamcntnl lamps, gorgeous with real floral decorations, kept green and fragrant perpetually In flower boxes suspended midway between top and hniinm nf th lamn standards, will be erected on Kearny street, from Market to Pacific. Admit threa months will be required to put up tho lamps, nnd work will be iiie nowors coramonced immediately. hih win Hitam tha lamD standards will be watered and cared for by an automatic arrangement, tho mere nrAft flint? of a button being sufflcle.it to perform tbo deed. San Frundsco Chronicle, Corn No. 2 whlto 73a73c, No. 3 whlto 72Va73c, No. 2 yellow 70a71c. No. 3 yellow V0a7OV4c, No. 2 mixed C9aC9-j- . No. 3 mixed 68nC9c. Oats No. 2 whlto Cla51 Vic, standard white GOlfcaSlc. No. 3 whlto 50a506c.. Cincinnati Live Stock. f5aS. Cattle Shippers butcher Btcers, extra fS.SSaG, good to cholco f5a6.75, heifers, extra $5.S5a6, good to cholco f5a5.75, cows, extra $4.35 a4.&0, good to cholco J3.50n4.25, a fl.5Qn2.50. Hulls Ilologna J3.25 n4, extra f4.10a4.25. Calves Extra com-mo$7, fair to good, fGa7, $3.60a6. nnd lnrgo Hogs Uood to cholco packers and butchers fG.76ud.80, mixed packers t).C5aG.75, common to choice heavy fat sows, (110 4.50aC, pigs lbs and less) Sheep Extra f3.25n3.40, I4.60a8.40. good to choice f2.85a3.25. Lambs Excan-ucrn Cincinnati drain Market. Flour Winter patents 3.90a4.20. do family f3.90n4.20. lov grade $2.40a , 2.50, hard patent do fancy Wheat No. 2 red 84a85c, f4.15a4.50. No. 3 red 80aS3c, No. 4 red 75a78c, $4.90.-15.25- ... f 20.05 9.45 f 22.45 9.45 f 23.45 7.45 Total tor term If paid In advance WINTER TERM f 29.50 '$29.00 f 31,90 $3f.40 6.00 7.20 f 32.90 $32.40 f 7.00 7.20 9.00 Incidental Fee Boom rd. G f wceka 3. 1912 5.00 0.00 9.00 90 f 2220 fljQO Amount duo Jan. Board 6 weeks, due Feb. 14, 1912 f 20.00 9.00 f29.00 (28.50 f 23 JO 9.00 Total ror term If paid in advance SPRING TERM v $3120 $30.0 f 0A00 $820 $31.70 7.00 6.00 6.75 $18.15 G.75 Incidental Fee Itoom Board, 5 f , 5.00 4.00 G.75 weeks (M0 75 $17.75 G.75 Amount due March 27. 1912 Board 0 weeks, due May 1, 1912 $15.75 0.73 $22.50 $22.00 Total for term If paid In advance. . . , , 1240 $2430 f 25.50 $25.00 tra $7.25. Cincinnati Miscellaneous. Any Poultry Hens, 12c, spring chick ens 16al9c, ducka 10al2, turkeys Egga Primo firsts 14c, geeso 5a7c. 14 He. firsts 13c, llutter Creamery, extra 2CVfcc; firsts 22c; fancy dairy, Fancy, fl.50a2.2C haml7V4c. Apples per, cholco fl.50a2.25 hamper. Carrots Homegrown 12V4al5c a doz. Celery Louisiana 10a70a buuci. Eggplants Honey f3.75a4 f2.60u2.76 crato. Lcmona Calirornia f6a5.50. crate. Onions Loulavlllo, Plan Now, Gome September I3th young man or young woman can got an education at thero ia tho will to do so. It W a great advantage to start In the Fall and havo a full .year ot continuous study. Many young people waste time iu the public schools going over and over the same thlrfgs, when they might lx Improving much fastei by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies with somo of the best young men and women from other counties aud States. Mako your plans to come September 13th. For Information or friendly advlco wrtto to tho Secretary. able-bodie- Berea If Oranges f3a3.76 box. Potatoes Eastern f 4a4.25 bbl Turn!vs 6ftt7Cc bu. i f2.25a2.50 bbl. D. Walter Mortpn, uerea, ky. Page Eight. HOH0HOOOOHOHOOOOHOWHOHOHOOHOOHOH0H00H0H0HOg m T-HE CITIZEN. still employed laying brick In Middle-towOhio, visited Mr. and Mrs. M. Gabbard, July Fourth. Mr. Flancryls planning to attend llcrra Collcgo this fall. Dr. T. W. Powell of Chicago Is filling tho pulpit of tho First Baptist church during July and August. Tho annual convention of n tho war veterans was held hero July 2 nnd jl and on tho Fourth with an nttcadanco of nbout flvo or six hundred delegate. A parado was given on tho Fourth after which addresses wero delivered by Congressman Cox nnd others. Splendid band music was rendered. Tho next Stato convention to bo tho held In Hamilton Is that of Junior Order of United American Mechanics. It will bo held Aiu. to 14. Tho annual report of tho Butler County Jnll shows that for tho year ondlng Juno 30 thero wero 97 prisoners confined In tho Hamilton Jail. Tho nialutennnco nt these prlsonors cost $3,102.60. Mayor Roth- well has ordered tho pumps nt tit's city water works pumping station operated 18 hours a day to avoid tho bad tastn In tho city water when It stands In tho reservoir. A storm passed over tho eastern portion of this county between 1 nnd 3 o'clock Friday afternoon, causing 1)111 nnd Gregory creeks to go over their lanks and do much damage. Tho temporary work of tha Big Four Railroad was washed away. n, Spanish-America- July 20, 191 1. Republican Platform The Republican part following platform; In - S Kentucky, In convention aembled, adopti v the I News You Get Nowhere Else ? Bo ? A eonsp4ee pMisbt4 but ! It not Jot pMlctloa, ltd la (nil ty Ut ttnt. Its (iir.t erlieace o( too4 faith. Writ plainly. o OlOnolOltO0OltOOIOllOHO00OJ0OjOHOl0IOj(0IOIOIOIO0l btrnions at Flat Lick Inst Thursday JACKSON COUNTY mid Friday. Ho also preached tho continued Tynor, drouth was broken tho past week by refreshing showers, and growing corn Is making rapid progress. All thy teachers of this vicinity will attend tho Instituto at McKeo, next week. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hamilton havo returned from a two weeks' visit at Livingston. W. R. Reynolds attended the convention In Loulsvlllo last week. W. M. Uunagln had a field of corn destroyed by cattle, Saturday night. Our school will be?ln next Monduy, with Chester Jones, teacher. J. T. Mooro got his log badly brulBed whllo logging a few days ago. Ho Is unablo to walk. Ncal Mooro Is doing a rushing business with his well drilling machine. Ed. Vaughn had a valuable doj shot and killed by somo unknown per son, last week. The Rov. J. N. Cm-toof Richmond, preached at Flat Lick, Thursday and Friday. Wo havo a bumper blackborry crop In this vici nity. Berries aro selling at 10 and 11 E. C. Mooro cents per gallon. lost a nlco calf, last week.. n, TVMF.ll July 16. Tho funeral of Air. Will Simpson. Mrs. Brumback of Watictn friends and relatives In this vicinity, last Saturday nnd Sunday. School at Hat Lick will begin, tho 2Uh, with Wm. Dunlgan as teacher. Mr. Davo Can- - nindo a business trip to Bircli Lick lufct week. Messrs. Walker Reynolds and A. J. Hamil ton havo Just returned from Louls- vlllo, whoro they havo been for tha past week. Mr. and Mrs, Iillllo Hamilton and llltlo Bllllo Hamilton havo gono to Livingston to sec Mm. who h Hamilton's daughter-in-lavery low with consumption. uigo Anderson has returned from Lcxlng ton, whoro ho has been looking for work. vlrt-Re- d HOIU.KT . Hurley. July 15. School began at this placo, Monday morning, with Mr. James Hays, of McKec, as teacher.Tho llttlo child of Mr. Joo Williams which has whooping cough Is not ex nccted to lfve. Mrs. Ixmlsa Gab- bard Is very poorly at this writing. Miss Rebecca Callahan Is visiting her brother, Ituthford Callahan, on Horse CLOVER BOTTOM. Lick, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Clover Bottom, July 17. Mr. Jac'c Gabbard, of Tuscola, 111., are expect Cruse, who has been sick for tho ed horo tho 17th. W. M. Gabbard lnnt throo and half years, died on has been vory low for somo tlmo tho 3rd of this mouth. Ho was laid but Is somo better now. Tho funeral to rest In tho BIcknell grave yard of Oscar Drumback will bo preached bcsldo his mother and llttlo brother. at Birch church house, tho first Sun-daHo leaves a father, four brothers. In August, by tho Rev. G. D t.lx sisters and a host of friends to Uowman, Rev. W. M. Anderson and mourn his death. Aunt CInda Baker Kev. Mr. Bait. There hao been un was laid to rest In the Kerby Knob usually heavy rains In these parti cemetory on tho 14th Inst, She had for tho nast two weeks, and somo suffered from cancer for over a year. damage dono by the wind. Sho leaves several children and many OWSLEY COUNTY friends to mourn her loss. Mrs. SKIIAhTIN Maud Jackson was called from Hamll Sebastaln, July 13. Mr. Zack Moorton, Ohio, to tho death bed of her brother, Jack Cruse, a few days Is putting up a new mill on Lucky Is very sick at Fork. Corn crops are looking fine ago. Turf Abrarns this writing. Robert Roblnbon is after the recent good rains. School sick with typhoid. Georgo Wild'. begins at Lucky Fork, Monday, the llttlo boy, who has been sick for 17th, with Chester Baker as teacher. Rev. BUI Mcintosh and Ike Gab somo time, Is better. Uncle Jacob McKlnnev camo In contact with a bard will conduct a funeral service fighting shoep a few days ago and at Horn Hill near Alex Caudlll's, the was hurt very badly. Almeda R030 fourth Sunday In July. fhere aro Is staying with Lucy Dean, this fall, lots of blackborrles In this locality, Judge S. A. Engle had a large doc bo nicking and canning are all th ket In his court the 15th Inst, and go just now. disposed of many cases but had o i.kkosi: aro Leroso, July 11. Corn crops contlnuo somo for lack of time. fine slnco tho rain, but flno rain today, tho 16th. Roy Dean looking has recovered from a caso of fever. Irish potatoes havo made a failure on Moadow Creek this ear. There HUGH. Hugh, July 17. We had a gentlo is a lot of sickness In this section. good rain here, Sunday. Mr. and Andy Osborne, of Meadow Creek, Mrs. Tom Click were visiting their died In Lexington, while undergoing parents and friends here, Saturday un operation. His remains wero and Sunday .The Infant of Ander brought back and burled in tho son Croley was burled, Thursday, Shepherd cemetery. Rev. R. H. Tay July 13. Miss Grace Parks attend lor attonded to tho baptismal servlco last Sunday. Fifteen were baptized ed church at Kirby Knob, Sunday Georgo Bengo left for Hamilton, and a largo crowd attended. Bro. Tay Ohio, July 9th. Tho people of thU lor Is a man that Is loved by every placo wero very sad when Old aunt body and Is a faithful worker for tho Clnda Baker was brought thru hero Lord. Henry T. Shoush and Walker of Bowman havo tho finest crops for burial at Kerby Knob, July 14. Amanda Ogg and children were visit corn on Meadow Creek. Mrs. Emma Horn and Allco Bowman Killed lag nt W. R. Benge's last week. Soveral from this Placo went to a largo copperhead last week whilo Malory, Sunday, to spend tho day, nicking berries. Mrs. Martha Stepp James Brumback Is out this week of Boonevlllo Is visiting her chll at Big Hill, Sunday afternoou. Mrs. dren on Meadow Creek, this weei: Mrv Halo was tho guest of her Joo Stepp, Robert Horu and Wal Bowman took a flno drovo of daughter, Mrs. Beatrice Drew, Tuea day. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones wero hogs off for G. B. Rose, this morn lng. vlsltlne at G. Drew's last week. It. I. Hale, L. Hale, G. Drew and l MADISON COUNTY I'owell went fishing down on KenHIO HILL. tucky River and caught a nlco lot Big Hill. July 17. Whit Lewis Sunol fish. Next Saturday and son of Josoph Lewis, died, last FrI day aro our regular meeting davi. day night, after an Illness of three hopo everybody will bo out.--MWo weeks with tvnhold fever and was Jennie Azblll was visiting in buried at Red Lick gravo yard. Ho Happy Hollow, Thursday. Mrs. Elizleaves ono child, a futher and moth abeth Halo who has boon sick l:t host of friends to mourn Improving rapidly. Kltt Parks made er, and a his loss. P. Hayes spent Saturday a business trip to W. R. BengeV, Beverly Johnson. Wlllla Friday. Blackberry picking and jam Light with Hayes, who has been crippled from :iaklng aro all the go. a strained limb. Is ablo to walk with OKAY HAWK Tom Richardson has Gray Hawk, July 14. We are hav- a crutch. Llttlo been very sick during tho past week, ing plenty of rain and the growing Artlo Abrams Is on tho sick list crops look fine. Quito a number of Mrs. Ellen Carrier Mayo from Ind the boys of Gray Hawk havo gone to lana Is sick at tho homo of her par Louisville as delegates to tho conents, Mr. and Mrs. Clint Carrler.- vention. W. R. Engle had a fine Abrams' children havo tho mulo to dlo the 10th. It was worth Waltcr whooping cough. Rov. J. W. Par $'.'00. This Is tho second mule that sons began a revival at Pilot Knob Mr. Englo has lost In less than a Monday night. jear. Grant Fryo, ono of Berea's church, promising students, Is visiting hero ROCKCASTLE COUNTY this week. Robert Bingham of CLIMAX Ethel paid J. B. Bingham a visit, Climax, July 17. Wo had a fine Saturday and Sunday, and attended rain, Sunday, tho ICth and it was church at Gray Hawk. Born to Mr. badly needed at this placo. Wo uro and Mrs. Dan Sandlln, a flno girl. all about dono working tho corn and born to Mr. and Mrs. Scott Wren, aro threshing wheat. Tho crops an o turning out well. a flno girl. Born to Mr. and Mrs Nathan Clark of Smith, a flno girl. Baby's namo V'hlteball was visiting at Barlow U Mandy. Georgo Robinson, th Clark's a fow days ago. Jack Jonw horso swapping man, wus In our was In town, tho 17th, on business. midst tho 10th, boosting his trade. Wllllo Holland and family were visitJames Brumback Is out this week ing Aunt Rosa and G. V. Holland, driving for a dry goods man. Saturday and Sunday. Dr. Jones PKIVKTT who has been sick so long does not Prlvctt, July 15. We are having Bocm to bo getting any better. D. plenty of rain and corn crops aro Q. Rector's Utlo boy Is not very well looking fine. Tho Rev. Culton, of at this writing. Mrs. Sherman Cook Richmond, preached two lnterestln.r U some bettor. Dan Anglln ban - We recognlte the high character and ability and ths distinguished public service of President Taft and cordially Imlone his administration and unreservedly Indorse him for renomlnatlon In 191a, We heartily commend our Republican Senator ami our Representative In Congress for the assistance ther have given the national administration. Second We approve and Indorse the Republican administration of the affairs of the State, nnd wc approve and Indorse alt means employed by that administration for the preservation of law and order, and favor the passage of such additional laws as maybe necessary for that purpose. Third We arraign the Democratic partv of Kentucky not only for Its failure to comply with, but for Its flagrant violation of the laws of the United States, requiring the apportionment of Congressional districts, and of the Constitution of the State, directing the apportionment of Judicial, Senatorial and Legislative districts. We denounce the present apportionment as unjust and unconstitutional, and, In many Instances, a denial of equal representation to people In different sections of the Slate. We demand that equal representation shall be given to alt the people of the State, and that the rights of all shall be protected by n Just and fair apportionment law. Fourth We demand the reform of the election laws for the purpose of securing fair and free elections; the repeat of the law which provides for registration certificates and makes them a commodity In the local market; the passage of a corrupt practices act which shall limit the sUcof campaign funds In both primary and regular elections and provide for complete publicity In respect thereto, both before and after elections; an effective prohibition of campaign contributions bjr corporations, and for control of elections. Fifth Wc demand the passage of a law providing for compulsory direct primary elections by the leading parties, held by the State at the expense of the State, and with severe penalties for any Infraction of the law. Sixth We favor an amendment to the State law permitting and encouraging Joint nomination of the same candidate by different parties. v t Seventh The Judiciary of the State, In loth the Circuit and Appellate courts, should be chosen on grounds and n continuance In office of faithful judical public servants should be determined by no other quallica-tlothan fitness. Eighth We demand a compliance with the plain requirements of the Constitution by the enactment of a uniform local option law, with county as the governing unit. Ninth The first duty of the State Is to provide for the education of alt Its children. While we favor the present law prohibiting mixed schools, wc nevertheless favor the granting of equal educational privileges to the children of both races. We demand that the public schools of theSlatc shall be taken and kept entirely out of politic and that the Interest and welfare of the children shall have first consideration In all school matters. We call for better schools and school houses, for longer school terms In the country and for better pay for the teachers, ami that alt election for school trustees be had on different day from other elections. We favorseparate manual training schools in every county In the State for both races, and we favorcompul. sory attendance of children of school age. Tenth We unqualifiedly condemn and denounce the "Third House," all corrupt lobbying and Improper methods ued to Influence legislation, ami we demand that such a law be passed as will provide adequate punishment for such practices, and If this cannot be otherwise accomplished, wc favor such measures as will place more directly In the hands of the people the power to correct this evil. Eleventh We favor either the creation of a competent and effective public utilities commission, or the grant to the Railroad Commission of the power to regulate such utilities. Twelfth Wc demand the enactment of a law providing for control of penal and charitable Institutions, and for the abolition of contract convict tabor; and wc denounce the Hoard of Prison Commissioners in hiring out the children under their charge at the Reform School for the lene-fi- t of whoe morals and education that Institution was originally established. ThlrteenthWe favor the adoption of an amendment to the Federal Constitution, providing for the election of the United States Senators by the direct vote of the peopte. Fourteenth We favor a untform system of accounting In public offices and the abolition of all useless offices. Fifteenth Wc oppose double taxation and favor a thorough revision of the tax law which wilt equally distribute the burdens of taxation, reduce the rate and not only retain the capital now Invested, but Invite the Investment of other capital Into the State. We favor .the submission to the peopte of a constitutional amendment enlarging the power of the General Assembly in the matter of taxation, and when such additional law Is passed, to make It effectual only when submitted to and approved by a majority of the people who vote upon the same. We favor uch regulation br law as will consoll-dat- e assesjment and collection of taxes, so that the cost of collection may be materially reduced. We recognize the obligation the State Is under to the disinterested men who have given their time and attention and of their means to the Investigation and consideration of the question of the revenue laws of the State. Sixteenth We favor the adoption of a Just anil conservative law provld-in- g for the arbitration of labor disputes. We favor the passage of law which shall make effecthe Seventeenth the constitutional provision against the issuance of free passes toofficiatsand their families. Eighteenth We faor the adoption of legislation to make rITccthe the constitutional amendment In favor of good roads. Nineteenth We favor the passage of a law providing for the thorough and effective Inspection of State banks. Twentieth We favor further legislation for the protection of miners from unnecessary bodily Injury. Twenty-firs- t We demand that American citizens abroad, whether nathe born or naturalized and of whatever race or creed, shall be secure in the of all rights and privileges provided by our treaties. Twenty-seconWe faor the enactment of a law to punish the white slave traffic In the State. Twenty-thirWe denounce lynching and mobs of every character and favor the passage of a law that will punish by fine, imprisonment and summary removal from office, any peace officer who falls to protect a nri.oner in his custody. We hereby appeal to all citizen of this Commonwealth, Irrespective of party affiliations, to support the principles herein enunciated. W. I). COCHRAN JOHN W. LANGLEY, Chairman. FRANK M. FISHER, JAMES BREATHITT ' k&S&yAM. C. M. HARNETT, n d d Flrt poon from tho end of tho barn. A load may bo lifted readily In flvo or six drags nnd placed Just as desired In tho mow. Two silos of n hundred tons each mado ot brick will bo built at tho northwest corner of this barn, white, at tho northeast will bo a manure shed reached by a small railroad leading directly out from tho two rows ot cow stalls. Imper-Ixhablo Tha Garden. Mr. Mullett, tho garden wizard of liorea, Is giving us constant surprises. Not only Is tho garden n dally sourro of pleasure to tho Boardln.r Unit and citizens but tho well-kefonco rows, tho smooth, elcan lawns nnd walks Btnnd as a practical testimony to thrift and care. Our grounds nnd gardens hnvo nover before been In such flno shape. oone Tavern Dining Room. Through tho ncqulromcnt of tho property next to tho Uoono Tavern two largo windows havo been possible In tho dining room. niaJ-i Thi vlll make delightful ventilation. Tj room Is nUo being beautifully tint ed In restful colors which will add vumfort to tho diners. All our ten resorvolrs aro bclnr; freshly painted nnd filter bods washed. A Water Works. Dormitories. corps of faithful workers aro freshening up every dormitory roou on tho grounds. Tho right hundred INlW own state ticks nnd 4,000 blankets aro bolnr. (Continued from firt psgr) nnshed, steamed and sunned, and not had a platform for thirteen years. iiverythlng wo hopo will bo In per fect order when our happy family LANG LEV IN COMMAND Congressman J. W. Lanfcley has arrives In September. Treasurer's Office boon selected to direct tho Kcpubll- 8lnco tho removal of Mr. Taylor's can campaign tins roll. .Mr. business offlco to tho Boono Tavern kly was given tho privilege of choosing his subordinates. This ho will do tho Treasurer's nnd Secretary's under tho Library will bo con in a fow days, after which tho campaign, which will likely bo tho moJt siderably onlarged, giving Treasurer Republicans havo Osborno a much needed private nggresslvo tho room. over waged, Is soon to begin. It Is Parsonage thought that Judgo O'llear's opcu-In- g Tho Gnmblo Houho uow undergoing speech will bo mado cither at Kvneral repairs will bo fitted up as Owcnsboro or Paducah. n tmniKirary homo of pastor Roberts, SCHOOL PER CAPITA Last week, reporting tho forecast ot Union Church, and will so Us of officials nt Frankfort, wo stated used until tho collego needs tha spnc that tho per capita would bo higher for tho winter term. Preiervlng; than over at least $4.03 or $4.10. Now deflnlto announcement has been Over 1,200 Jars of delicious mado that It Is $4.10. That la good havo been preserved at tho r.rovlded tho extra lay means bet Boarding Hall In anticipation of wintor service. ter needs. MAGISTRATE AND CONSTABLE "Havln' a nico rcstln' tlmo" Kti of-Ic- es con-puttiblack-Iwrrl- es KILLED RICHARD C. STOLL, R. C. M'CLL'RE, CALEB POWERS, !r rs. a span of mules from G. N. and Is now hauling ties from Jacluon county for I. R. McCrackcn. James Sexton of this placo went co Wlldle, Thursday, on business Rot. A. J. Ballngcr conducted a religious meeting at tho top of tho Bis Hill at tho Baptist church, Saturday a j Sunday. Vcught , GARRARD COUNTY TAINT LICK. Paint Lick, July, IS. Mrs. C. Gulun has been visiting homo folks for tho past two weeks. Miss Sarah Lawson and mother navo returned from Illinois, and will Boon movo Into their property at Wallaceton. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Freeman bavo moved to London. Mr. and Mrs. Green Gabbard woro tho guests of Jim Champ and family, last Friday night. This, tho third Saturday and Sunday, is Rov. Cornelius' regular meeting dav at Wallacoton. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Soter wero tho guests of Mr. Bob Gentry and family, last Sunday. Miss Magglo Bruwer of London haj been tho guest of Miss Maxlo Pon-do- r for tho past two weeks. Miss Estrldgo entertained qulto a Ada number of tho young folks, Sunday. BU-ll- Wagcrsvllle, July 17. Wo woro blessed with a good rain, Sunday. Bro. Ward preached at tho WagcrsSunday, Mr. J. vllle School house, B. Wagers Is very sick at this writing. Mr. nnd Mrs. Elbert Colllnd woro the guests of MIbscb Maudo and Ella Park, Sunday. Sid Wagers Is visiting his brother Jeff, this weei-- , Henderson Is staying at Irvine. Mrs. Frank Congletnn vlsltod her motbor, Mrs. J. M. Edwards, last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. Miss Alico ESTILL COUNTY vv.(ii:us villi: Having decided to go west, I will offer for sale my entire estate, consisting of 3 farms located in Madison County, on tho waters of Silver Crwk, two miles north of Borea- Tho homo placo contains 26 acres, U ono and half milts from Berea on tho Kingston plko, one ot the nicest llltlo homes In tho County. It has a nice twp story dwelling with seven ATTENTION COMRADES rooms, a good woll In tho porch; smoke houso; barn, 40 feet long; bugtho Capt. Jamej gy All comrades of shed; 2 good gardens and a flno West Post No. 171 aro hereby not! orchard ot ICQ bearing fruit trees fled that there will bo a called meet mu ing for tho transaction of buslnesi, ui well ciiuicvsi varieties, ino wuoio Ib fenced. Saturday, July 20th. at 10 o'clock. Tho second tract ot 24& acres U Thomas Dougherty, ono ot tho best stock farms In MadiCommander, son. Being located on both sides ot Rllver Creek, Its water supply never ITjsTdaYs" fulls and It grows ony grain that can corner of tho Indtitdrial building, bo grown In the County. produ-.-gives an Increased capacity to the 10 barrels of corn In any ordinary Laundry. Ono of tho latest Improved season. It has 2 small substantial LOUIS L. WALKER, mangles, a ntw dry room and a largo house; 2 good barns and out buildA. J. KIRK. ... I. uu mu nuw equip ings, good gardens; a nlco spring and iiizeu wuauer win t... .1 added; also receiving, mark n now cistern. This farm borders on nient Q. Wilson and daughter, Mary, aje ing nnd sorting room will bo Im tho Kingston plko and on tho County tortnnt new features. road and could bo easily divided into visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charley good farms with outlet for each. Power House. Mrs. David Fowler and chilA new turbine onglno of Tho Gcu CO acres are In corn, balauco In small dren of Borea aro visiting relatives Co's tyi and dynnmi) r.raln. All under good fence. here. Mr. ond Mrs. W. O. KIdwell oral Electric give tho much needed re- C. will Tha 3rd tract of ol acres Is near left Monday, for Berea and Clays IMi. nforccment , our tho homo placo. lt has a small dwel1,erry. After visiting there, hey will wh,ch lnnde(,llal(,,T1,I, ling, , a good now barn, CO foct longj return to their homo In Jackson, will glvo ua sufficient voltugu to en cardon and nlco young orchard. Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Jt.--J. Scrlv- - nil In ua tit nlinm tlila lilnLulrif with Is tho chanco to got a good farm "r "unwer or menu, our nc,Bhbor8( lt cheap. Will sell It separato from tho AcM Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Archlo Wag- Sloyd Room net but must sell tho others UtaU era visited tho latter's father, Mr. Tho Sloyd Room Is being removed L..C. Fowler, Saturday night and to tho second floor of Bruco Build For further Information call on or wrlto to, Ploaant Evans, Bcrca, Ky., Sunday. Misses Lena and Annl- Ing. A separate stair-wa- y will lead R. R. No. 1. Flynn entertained a number of younj Adirect to this room. This will glvo friends, Sunday. CALIFORNIus sufficient capacity for somo years to como. Mr. May, who has mad-It you are thinking coming or Hamilton, Ohio, Latter. this Important department so success want to know why you of should come ful, la pleased with tho larger quar to California, write to me, and I Hamilton, Ohio, July 10. Tho ters. "Prof. LowIb will movo hl.s people of Hamilton and Cincinnati science classes from tho first floor shall take delight In telling you why, and Ohio In goneral hao exierleuced of tho Industrial Building to tho and giving you any Information you tho hottest weather during the past Sloyd Room, which will bo divided may desire. I am a Kentucklan and woek for fourteen ears. Many peo-pl- o Into two largo airy rooniH, ono for take a special Interest In Kentucky people. I have been In California ten havo boon overcome by heat. cinsses, tho otlior for laboratory ox years, on the farm and thoroughly Mr. and Mrs. John Hardwick and lerlmental work. understand tho soil and conditions. son aro spending a vacation with Building;. New Store If you think ot coming to California relatives and friends at Paint Lick, A flno brick storo building with n drop me a line, Ky Robert Baker of Owsley County five foot air chamber above, tliua Yours truly, II. L, Bishop, KentuCKy is visiting int. brother, afsurl"- - summer comfort, U being Klngsburg, Frenso County, Cat. James, who lives In Hamilton. Jas. 'erected now on Main Street as a Is rejoicing at tho arrival of a now 1lrt ot tho collego business block baby at his homo. A civil service This storo will havo a flno, deep banc "For God's Sake Do Something" examination for pobtoff lco clerk and ,nont, and will bo mado as nearly W har ncmr bw o carrier will bo hold In Hamilton on as possible. rmoin November 4. Tho unnual Patterson 'Utrlct Attorn; Bl uJ ew Oow rjarrlt c than. 1 tim mrwl MnaL. Commoncemont was held In tho as- flonal fn3lt'tinink ot U Th0 efficiency of our libit HUts. IrtA hall of tho Lincoln School nc puujianivi. dairy department will bo 11 uui f'r rU laouundis ttt VMnr Saturday morning. Thi r onhanccd by tho addition ot n 4r Jur4fromih?lr hoauM kn4 ihU iota r.nauftll by tho Rev. row cow barn, now being put up on address was delivered Dili Inquirer tar. Of l G. W. Kltxmlllur, pastor of tho First Walnut Meadow Pike. Farmer Clari: iU book sot U Htfot tb Wm MlWftbtWftUt Ti4 U Uu BHMl tWf) Unltod Brethren church Tho Juno 8 dollghted with this much necdol thlMU t m4 4 to wv , wm in Hamilton Improvement. This will bo built acpostofflco receipts cbtU. lfUrtltaif fi I to I1 4t tWltM tkU took. amounted to $0,819.19, a decrease cording to latest sanitary construcplctum. 0f tod IMafl. tors Me M. from tho amount ot the same month tion Ideas, will havo largo haymows I Most. Ovtfll tW tat l for iff uU ttoksy t4Jm ftU mpnm rcii f MjuilkvllU, last yoar. Charley Flanery, who : which will be filled by a railroad hat-- ItWh WW-son. J flro-pro- Magistrate Realty and Constable Heath of Burnslde, Pulaski County, the. Court were killed. Friday. In Room, and Jns. Ellis and Fount He! ton are In Jail at Somerset charged with tho crime. Stories conflict a. to tho details of tho affair but thi Impression prevails that tho kllllm: was unnrovoked. A lynching was narrowly averted. FOR SALE-3FAR- MSl25 ACRES IleiB at smH 1 mk grato-bulldln- g, j mm 1