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The Citizen To-cuata- Knowledge is power and the way to keep up with modem knowledge is to read a good newspaper. Fecyple One Dollar a year. No. 4 Little anil often is rvhat flit the furtt. Few lire Ike fortunes imute by "hcky strikes." Vol. XIII. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 27, 1011 GOOD SHOES GOOD SERVICE Once you eet an idea of DOUGLAS SHOES quality and service we con fidently count on your return for more. DOUGLAS SHOES are better because they are better made. There is polish and refinement to them. When a wants real character in his shoe6 it is a satisfaction to show him DOUGLAS SHOES. We have opened up our fall line and have them in all the newest styles. cus-tomsr WHERE WE "GET LEFT" It is hard to fool a Kentucklan In a liorso trade. And he is generally able to tako care of himself in any kind of a trade. He demands the worth of his money and usually gets it. But he is less cautious in some other matters of even greater concern. He rarely gets his money's north when he makes n bargain with his neighbor or follow citizen to represent him in an capacity. In this particular kind of trade he is ensily duped, and usually "gets loft." He knows tho points of a good draft horso or a good racer, and can pick him out of tho herd every time. And he ought to know tho points of a good sheriff, county Judge, Sup't of Schools, or, if it Is n state office, one would think that he would know, above nil things, the points of a good Commissioner of Agriculture. Hut he doesn't. Ho loses even his horse sense when it comes to the mutter of casting a vote. Ho is seldom influenced by character and qualifications. ofll-ci- Any man with the inclination to save should come t to this bank and start an account, no matter if it be . but $1.00. We We We We teach you to save. make it easy to save. lend encouragement. pay you to save. R. R. COYLE CONTENTS OFJHIS ISSUJ FIRST PAGE Editorial. News of Week. In Our Own State. IN OUR OWN STATE President Frost's Letter. SECOND PAGE Oenoral Now. Home Town Ileitis. THIKD l'AOE Industry and Mechanics. Weekly Sermon. Young Icuple's Column. FOURTU PAGE Call for Democratic Convention Bradley's Hand Dispenses the Pie McCreary's vote In Prlmsry Tragedy In Breathitt Defamln O'Roar. A A LirrLE IRREGULAR Local. FIFTH PAOE Whon and How to Sow Alfalfa. Alfalfa In tho South. Mathematics of the Fertilizer. When Boone First Saw Illue Grass. 81XTII PAGE Continued Story. How to Improve Country Roads. Temperance Notes, SEVENTH PAGE Farm and Garden. Markets and Trade. Sunday School Lesson. EIGHTH PAGE Eastern Kentucky News. Trustee. The "Debt Habit." Sub-Distri- convention has been called to meet In Louisville, August 15, for tho punoso of making a platform by which tho candidates selected by tho recent Democratic Primary are to be bound, it looks to us llko this is a llttlo Irregular. What will tho party do If sotno of tho candidates find tho platform unsatlsfactoiy. As long as the candidates were selected without a declaration of principles It would seem to bo tho part of wisdom to accept a platform promulgated by them Instead of attempting to bind thorn after their election In the primary. WAYS OF THE POLITICAN Wo have seen him-joTho voterl have seen him choose vulgarity instead of virtue and veracity; the jest in prefereuce to judgment; wine in the place of wisdom; ignorance as against insight and integrity; the caricature of a mail rather than a man of character. And the voter pays for his folly. How? Why, tiro joke works two ways. He mado n joke of the selection of a public servant allowed him to believe that the community only wanted to give him something, confer an honor upon him and now the official, that should be a servant, makes a joke of the service. He begins to consider himself a member of a select class the official class whose prerogative it is to be honored, aud whose business it is to exploit the office for individual gain. The officials aro rnryvho set to work after taking the oath of office to serve the people. They forget that their best recommendation for promotion is faithful service. Their first thought is giveu to the building of a machine which shall perpetuate their tenure. Every step, official act, apointment of a subordinate is in line with that purpose. Hut if any public service is demanded a criminal is to be apprehended they must be tipped, a reward must be offered. The salary was n gift n part of the honor conferred. It doesn't cover the case. And suppose that life and (he reputation of the cOutmiuity aro at stake a little backbone is needed to scatter a mob. Well, it isn't found. The officials shrink away in cowardice. How does the voter pay for his folly? The conduct of a certain state office may be cited to show him. Its head could only have been chosen because his jests nt his own ignorauce tickled the fancy of the voters. For a while a great show of public service was made. An uplift program was carried on by the representatives of theoffice thruout the State. Soon it began to be rumored that tho force was really a machine whose real purpose was to forward the political interest of their chief. A denial was forthcoming but the chief did spend most of the last two years of liis term, seeking, first, a federal and then nnother state office. And the force? Why, the work they were supposed to do in the state was not done except on paper or poorly done the plans of great campaigns were published, but their execution bad to wait upon the election returns. Yes, of course the state's money was spent just the same, but there was no return. Who is to blame? The voters because they do not select their servants as they would a horse for service. u 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 interest. Berea Bank & Trust Go. OFFICERS Vlce-Pres. A. Isaacs, Pres. J. W. Stephens, John F. Dean, Cashier FAMILIAR LETTER FROST FROM PRES'T NEWS OFJE WEEK Lessons From Dr. Paulson's Read the article on the t trustee in this issue aud then see to it that the best educated, the most sensible, the most honest, the least prejudiced, the least partisan, the least bigoted man in the district is selected for the office The most important election of the year occur, Saturday, August 5th. Sub-distric- Exersise ns good judgment in electing the trustee as you would in selecting the horse that pulls the family carriage. sub-distri- A public Spirited community will elect school men, the very best men for trustees. Trustees who have an ideal will secure teachers that can iuspire tho children suggest and lead. FEATURES FOR NEXT WEEK Among tho Interesting features next weok will bo another article by Prof. Ilobortson eomo of his historical gleanings. Tho third of President Frosts Familiar Letters Is also to upienr "Prlres for Compositions and Orations." Along the sanitation line we shall an Interesting article on mod' eVtritltratlon methods. The continued Btory will reach u point of thrilling Interest next week. IV A GREAT SPEECH Tho Loulsvllla Hernld and Lexington Leader give a glowing account of tho speech inudo In tho Louisville convention by Prof. L. V. Dodge on behalf of his old soldier friend, Copt. Farley who was n candldato for Secretary of State. Wo quote from tho Hciald: "Prof. L. V. Dodge, of Berea, seconded tho nomination of Capt. Farley, and ho niado a speech that touch-o- d all hearts, for ho said It would 11 tho last opportunity tho Uepubllcana of Kontucky would have to do honor to tho ohl soldiers, tho men who had preserved tho Uulon." MAKES EARNEST PLEA Postmaster Walker of Lexington What n nation is, is read it) the home life, What its homo life is has been succeeded by General W. H. to be, is told by if schools. Smith, ono of Senator Bradley's favorites. Tho administration of Walker has met with universal favor and It dangorously wounded by Swlmm and HEALTH CAR Is said that tho demand was general Is now In a Lexington Hospital. Norfor his retention. On his sldo was the man Allen has not jet been arrested. Tho health Car, which Is sent out fact that It was ho as much or more He Is a of the Swlmm. by tho Society for tho Study and than any other man that turned tho Tho affair recalls the killing of Ja3. Prevention of Tuberculosis, arrived hcales for Taft Instead of FalrbnnkH Meredith and wlfo In Clay Counly In Berea, Saturday noon, as scheduled In 190S whllo Bradley was nn ant!-Ta- last spring by General May who U and was visited by many of the man. Hut tho President turns now serving a life sentence In tho citizens during Its stay. him down at tho behest of his formpon. It Is equipped with placards giving er enemy. statistics of deaths from preventable POLICY OF THE DEMOCRATS VOTE IN DEMOCRATIC PRIWanting- a platform of their own diseases, pictures Illustrating living and unable to find just cause of conditions both detrimental and conMARY ducive to health, and has many of' According to tho official returns criticism In tho Republican platform, the Democratic press, particularly tho tho appliances used In tho cure and McCroary got C2,0 votes in the Lexington Herald, has adopted n treatment of consumption on exhibiprimary. Ills majority over tion. policy of defamation and slander majwas 22,C50. MoDermott'b Tho enr ought to prove a blessing tho Republican standard bearority over Edwards was 1,502, while er. If one did not know otherwla-- j to overy community that it visits, Hosworth beat Laffoon 2,760. and read only the Herald, ho would and It will It the lessons It seeks to TRAGEDY IN IIREATHITT think Jutlgo O'Rear tho leader of Impress are grasped by those who William Swlmm and his wlfo wer tho worst criminal elements In the noed them. killed at their homo about 15 miles State, and a politician of the basest Mr. Balrdwho has charge of tho from Jackson lato, Sunday afternoon. sort Instead of a Jurist who has re- car Is courteous in his treatment of Alonzo and Norman Allen ore accus- flected credit upon tho stato regard- all visitors and explains tho exhibits ed of tho crime. Alonzo Allen wai less of parties. In an Interesting manner. son-ln-Ia- w ft re-re- nt Hinsdale, 111., July 15, 1911. Dear Friends and Fellow Students: Many of you will be interested In tho things which come to my atten tion hero this summer. I have known what a Sanitarium was for a dozen years. When the first Pearsons' en dowment was raised In 1899, I had virtually given my life for it, and the Trustees sent mo to Clifton Springs to see It I could get strength for a few more years work. Tho Idea of a Sanitarium Is not to administer drugs aud medicines but to arrange one's life In such a fashion as to assist nature. The fact Is that it Is nature anyway that euros people when they are cured. This Is truo even In surgery. Tho greatest surgeon In tho world said, "I dress wounds, but God heals them!" Tho first conotilou of a Sanitarium' Is cleanliness. Everything is free from dust, dirt, and tho possibility of germs. The next condition In a Sanitarium Is quiet freedom from anxiety and noise long hours of sleep, and regularity In all one's habits. A third resource in a Sanitarium Is diet. There must bo carefully selected food and good cooking. Tho fourth thing In a good Sanitarium Is water, sometimes reinforced with electric treatment which stimulates the body In its various parts and so gives nature a better chance. You can see that In many ways tho student's life at Berea is modeled on that of a Sanitarium. Wo try to have these four things; cleanliness, freedom from undue excitement and fatigue, good food, aud proper President Wins Reciprocity Fight-Prom- ises Arbitration Treaties Center of Population The Maine Wllsy Still on Job English PoliticsTexas Among "the Wets." RECIPROCITY PASSES The Reciprocity measure, to ratify which the present extra session of Congress was called on April 4th, passed the Senate, Saturday, the 22d, by a vote of 53 to 27. President Taft Is receiving much pralso for the generalship ho has shown In securing Its passage, but hi modestly suggests that due credit be. given tho Department of State for tho splendid manner In which tho negotiations wero conducted, and thy Democrats who made the opposition In his own party futile. Tho measure before becoming operative must be jet ratified by tho Canadian Parliament. ARBITRATION TREATIES At the 50th anniversary of the bat-tl- o of Bull llun, tho 21at, President Taft In his speech told tho veterans of the Blue and Gray that a general Arbitration Treaty would probably bo signed between the United States, Yhen you Jjverything want anything that can be bought, remember is kept at WELCH'S and 3rou can send your "Itarely Indeed, aro such speeches . heard ns that mado by Prof. Dodg-was tho character of speech that, It moots with K)pular favor aud makes votes. For a tlmo It appeared that Prof Dodgo would stumiedo tho convention to Farley. E. T. Franks, of Oweusboro, took advautago of tho situation and mado an luipasaloned speech for Capt. Farley. For onco tho O'lloar forces wero on tho run. Defeat soemod imminent when John W, Laugloy and C. M. Burnett appear-o- d on tho scene. Thoy rallied tho O'Rear forcos and finally succeeded in carrying Oliver to victory." Jittle children and get the same as you could get. Great Britain and France within the next ten days, and that possibly within a few days tho three other great powers would Join In the agreements. Thoso treaties will have tho effect of eliminating wur at least between tho great nations, and they will exerclsj a restraining influence over others. CENTER OF POPULATION In the last ten years tho center of population has moved westward 31 miles. It Is now a llttlo south of ' Lnlonvllle, Indiana. In 1790 when the first census was taken it was east of Baltimore, Md. It has graduuse of water. ally movod westward, making the Tho Hinsdale Sanitarium, like Be- shortest stride from 1890 to 1900 rea College, has Its own power, heat when It only traveled 14 miles. At and electric plant, and Its own co- the present rate it will tako many operative store. In mtiny cases Sani- years for the center of population to tariums have their own dairy and reach tho Geographical center which farm. is In Kansas, aud It Is possible that Wo are located hero at a place they may never coincide. called "Highlands" which Is an elevaASQUITH HOWLED DOWN tion of about 25 feet abovo the Premier Asqulth, attempting to anplains. Anything near Chi- nounce, the victory of the Commons cago which Is 25 feet high ranks as over the Lords In the Lower lloubo a mountain. of the English Parliament, Monday, Bo-rI hopo all my readers were in was repeatedly howled down by th to hear Dr. Paulson whon ho lecvanquished minority and In tho midst Spring. Ho and his wlfo of disgraceful scenes had to declare tured last discovered this beautiful spot about tho session adjourned.' seven years ago and, by tho help of PROHIBITION LOSES Provldonco and good friends, havo In an election last week on an built up this great establishment. to tho constitution of Texas The specialty of this Sanitarium 13 exercise, establishing state wldo prohibition diet. Tbo matter of air, won by about water, and rest aro attended to, but the C.000 majority. Continued on tail page. DR. WILEY WILL HOLD JOB It Is reiwrted from Washington that Dr. Wiley, whom tho Interests are after owing to the warfare he Is making on Impure foods and drugs, Is not to bo requested to resign by the President as recommended by the Attorney General but will ouly bo reprimanded reprimanded because ho took a short cut lu behalf of tha Ieople when Congress was too blind to put the pay for public service upoa u' par w ith that of privnto concerns. oa HEAT WAVE CROSSES OCEAN Qome up and see us. We have "Specials" every week. JJundred cents to every dollar all the time, and fference""means iust wnat says. "SaVC t1G There has been u let up In tha heat conditions thruout the Union for tho last few days, but Germauy and IYunco nro coming In for their share, tho latter country having been without ralu for nearly a month aud the heat being unusually severe tho worst for a quarter of a century. THE MAINE Tho work of uucovering tho Mains still goes on, tho water already having been pumped out of the cofferdam and tho wreck exposed to vie except tho largo portion that Is sun': lu tho mud. Tho mud Is now being (Continued oil lt ptge) r Page Two THE CITIZEN FOREIGN CAPITOL O JhI 27, 1911 OVERCOME The Citizen A family newspaper for all that U right 0OOO0O00COOO?OOO HORSE DOOMED. O Q FIREFIGHTERS NINE FIREMEN INJURED true end interesting. Four Succumb Published every Thurtd.iv at IVrn, Ky. IS INTERESTED OPTIONS SECURED ON 7H0U 8ANDS OF ACRES OF EASTERN KENTUCKY LANDS. MAY MEAN BEREA PUBLISHING CO. J. (Incorporated) P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. Subscription Rates On ymr fltx Months Aiomns TAYAULE IN ADVANCE. , ji.m INCREASED ACTIVITY iam ,,, M wrt-K-i mur rrnewsj notiiy us. Louisville. Col. 8. D. Crowdcr, who Mfcwlnjr tntnhra will bo cladlr supplied holds options on several thousand U ww ana noddrel. Flna promhims clump, ulth rww acres of coal lands in Eastern Ken uid prompt renewals. Bmd for gono Now York to uik rlrm to nnv am whn Kh. tucky, hasEastern tocapitalists and con IJbfraJ terms fcr with rep tJn now sutacrtptkms for us. Any ons eendlng us four yearly BirtMcrlptkuu can resentatives ot British financial Inter roonvw lo9 uuim i pre ror tmnwctf ror cats with n vlow to tho salo of the an year. lands and their subsequent develop Advertising rates on appKontkm. money by ront-ofnc- o or Express Money Order, Draft, Hcrltoml txnter, or ip anu iwu crni suun. TIm da,ta attar your noma on label hows to what da. to your mibncrtptton (s IM. 1 It Is not cluuisTd wHhia thm Brnid This Section Is Attracting General Attention Because of Development Hidden Resources Growth Has Been Remarkable. ment. Col. Crowder'a holdings aro prlncl pally In Morgan and Rowan counties, with a few smaller tracts in Letcher county. Tho land in Morgan county la aald to be rich in canncl coal. Tho prospective purchasers aro American nnd English corporations which havo become interested In Eastern Ken tucky by reason of tho oxtenslvo mln KENTUCKY PTUJSS ASSOCIATION. oral development that Is now going The escurslon girl Is now looking on In that region. Should tho ponding negotiations result In the deal being her best closed It will mean tho Investment of Let us all keep busy hoping there. a largo amount of outside capital In tno counties mentioned and a corresmay bo no buttermilk (amino. ponding increaso in mining activities. Eastern Kentucky Is at present at No flies should be permitted any' fishing tracting more notice from capitalists where except nt tbo end of-than over before, by reason of tho . line. building of now lines of railroad into heretofore havo had no Appearances arc deceiving, espe localities-tha- t cially when one buys a box of straw adequate transportation facilities. In conaequenco now mines and Industries berries. aro coming into existence and mineral Likewise It Is a good Idea to keep properties long dormant' ore in de one's Angers out of the vicinity of the mand. electric fan. SHEEP QUARANTINE IN BARREN MEMHETt Or Horso Cave. Klro broke out In tho barn owned by Toops & Co., nnd raged for three hours. Besides the barn. tho poultry house owned by W. F loops, the stock scales nnd ware house of Toops & Co. wore burned to the ground with most of the contents, as was n shed containing roveral car loads ot coal that belonged to II. E. Thomns. Much of tho stock In both poultry oouse and warehouse was saved. Freeman & Webb's livery sta ble wns saved only by covering the ea FARMERS' WEALTH IS DOUBLED tiro roof with salt and by tho con stnnt vlgllanco of the bucket brigade, Holt's livery stablo caught flro once Farms, Buildings, Acreage, Imple and Clarence Owens' lumber ynrd was ments, All Have Grown In Numon flro several times, hut were flnnlly bers, Value and Utility Dursaved. ing the Last Ten Years. An engine camo to the protection of & tho Louisville Nashville depot, Frankfort. Of marked Interest Is which was endangerod for more than tbo census bureau's announcement of an hour. the latest .general farm statistics ot Toops & Co. nnd W. F. Toops wero tho United States, showing that land tho grcntcst losers, their loss being beIn farms more than doubled In value tween $15,000 and $20,000, s about during the. past 10 years, having In Insured. They lost thrco val creased $15,252,788,000, or 118 per uable horses, besides buildings nnd cent In 1900 they were valued at contents. and return of the thlr Wayne Coombs, Leon Pnyton, Hen icentn census show they are now ry Allen and Ed Cook wero overcome worth $28,384,821,000. by tho heat in fighting the fire, but harm lands, farm buildings and aro not considered dangerously 111, farm Implomcnta of the country are For a time It looked as If tho entire valued at $35,S59,6G3,000. compared business part of the town would take with $17,357,428,000 10 years ago. fire. Tho number of farms In 1910 was G.340,120, as compared with E.737.372 SHERLEY GOT BUSY. In 1900, an Increaso of 11 per cent Tho land Increased in 1900 from 835,- - Bridge Over Salt River Will Be Built at Once. traveling sales-man. overtaken by n storm, hitch- ed his horso under n sycamore treo nnd took shelter In n house. Lightning demolished tho trco without Injuring tho horse. After tho storm the salesman was over- taken by a second storm. This time he placed his horso In a stable. Lightning struck nnd de- stroyed tho building nnd killed tho horse. ML Vernon. A to Heat Heat While Battling With Stiff Dlaze. Firs At Toledo Leaves Ruins Repre senting $300,000 Loss. Toledo, ooooo two-third- West Point Through the efforts of Representative Swagnr Shcrlcy the war department consented to issuo a permit for the construction ot a bridge across Salt river, over which tho new Lincoln roadway from Louisville A Newark man suffering from a tothache committed suicide. He cured the toothache. All knockers are disliked except those who stand up to send the ball over the fence. ft Is Thought To Lift It At Early Date Possibly One More Inspection. Glasgow. County Llvo Stock In spector Dr. E. C. Reaves reports Bar ren county to have 8,731 sheep and 403 owners. These sheep aro now under quarantine on account of some few of them being affllctel with a mild form of scabies, and the growers are making efforts to havo tho quanta tlno removed In order that they be allowed to buy and sell with the out side world. Tho federal inspector went over this county this week, and thinks that one more inspection In the early fall will lift the quarantine, but unless this la spcctlon is made Barren county will be under quarantine for four more years. Tho fiscal court will be asked for $300 to help In making tho final la spectlon. CLEAR UP MYSTERY. New York's 7,000 beggarB collect each year $15,000,000. and this sum, alas, represents misplaced sympathy. The geological survey says that the Is being worn away by erosions. Found any In your gardens, amateurs? earth A million-dolla- r house with a $25.-0- 0 suite of rooms to play In has been built for a little New York boy. Poor kiddle! Chlcagoans keep their Jewels In odd places, says the manager of a safety deposit company. Not to mention pawn shops. Singing an hour a day will drive way Indigestion, opines a New York doctor. In other words, we can buy health for a song. Arrest of Farmer Sheds Light On Taylorsvllle Shooting. A New Yorker Is suing for divorce Flshervllle. Tho 'mystery surround because hfs wife Is growing too fat. Divorce Is getting to be more than a ing the shooting which occurred near Taylorsvllle, has been partly cleared fad. It Is a habit up by tho arrest of W. II. Temple, a young farmer. Temple is suffering nich prizes are bung up for aviators and automobile racers. Yet tbo from a bullet wound in his left hip. A farmer passing along the Taylors eld game of rocking the boat comes vllle rcjad heard voices raised In an In, for nothing but abuce. angry discussion, and presontiy num The pitch for tuning pianos has oer oi snots rang out. un parrying to tho spot he found the raerJVhad fled. been changed from 43S to 438 vibrations. Listening to It In the next fiat Scattered on tho ground wero a num ber ot whisky flasks, a Jug and a pair causes one long vibration. of dice. At one side was a pool of A moonlight rainbow has been seen blood, but there was nothing to show eft New York, but many of those who tho Identity ot any ot the party. go on local moonlights will see rainYEGGS MAKE GOOD HAUL. bows beforo they get home. A St Louis man who was hit by a Get $600 In Cash and 91,200 In Checks In Job. street car apologized to tbo motorman for delaying traffic Tho beat has a Tyrone. Burglars broke Into th queer effect on some people store and saloon of C. M. Bottom, A Chicago woman's club lecturer blew oDen tbo Bate and secured IGon ays that laundry work Is poetic. Still in cash and 11,200 In checks, mostly a collar Is not qulto as ef- negotiable. Tbo Dollce say they wero tho um fective as the average poem. cane that robbed thn stnm nf T n Landing, "Has a hen a mind?" asks a Kan- McDonald at McDonald's stood near and sas City paper. She must have, oth- wniie McDonald erwise she could not have originated watched them, being afraid bocauso of the number ot men to fire on them. the Idea of crossing tho road. saw-edge- d A savant tells us that music will FAILED TO AGREE. kill a man's taste for liquor, but we have heard music that was almost Lexlncton. After the lnrv In thn enough to drive a man to drink. caso ot Thomas P. Dolan, turfman and lawyer, formerly of Louisville, In a An Albany man could not remember trial for the murder of Alderman Patbis nam? until bo had been shown a rick J. Mooney, reported it was unphotograph of himself. It must have able to agree upon a verdict and was been ono of those fiendish snapshots. discharged. It Is understood nine Stockbrtdge, Mass., has a citizen who feeds turpcntlno to dogs simply to bear them howl. Some people will io almost anything for the take of music. An were for conviction and three for acquittal. The attOrilOVH for thn rlnfnmn immediately entered a motion for ball. page of type and pictures to showing bow a canoe should bo managed. One way to manage a canoe Is to keep ut of It eastern newspaper devotes a entailing a loss estimated at RE3IDENCE BROOM FACTORY BURN8. Louisville. The west warehousn nt the Louisville broom works burned. $40,009. Nashville, by way of Hodgeavlllc, Lin coin b blrthplaco. Is to pass. For somo unknown reason tho Issuance of this permit has been held up by tho department for moro than two years. When It became known that Presi dent Taft would visit Kentucky next November to attond the dedication ot tho Lincoln monument at Hodgcnvllle Mr. Sherley got busy. He took up the matter with the secretary of war and explained that the completion of the entire project was being delayed merely because tho federal government had not Issued the permit that ws neces sary because Salt river Is n navigable E. DANA DURANC, stream, and, therefore, under the Jur Dlrsotor rf tha Census. isdiction ot Uncle Sam. Tho officials 092.000 acres to 873,703,000 In 1910, or saw the light, and the case was put 5 per cent but., a (larger Increase, 15 on greased ways. per cent Is noted a Improved acreage, which in 1900 was 141,490,000 acres. KENTUCKY WOMAN EDITS MAGA. and la 1910 477.424(000 acres. ZINE IN JAPAN. More conspicuous than the increaso In' the number and acreage ot farms K. M. Rucker Enjoys a Unique has been the increase In the Improved Miss Distinction Only One Of Her values of farm property. The land In Sex That Ever Held farms rose in valuo from $13,051,033,-00- 0 Such Place. In 1900 to $28,383,821,000 In 1910, an Increase of 118 per cent and durLexington. It remains for a young ing the same period tho average valuo per acre of all land In farms rose from Kentucky woman. Miss Kathryn May Rucker. formerly of Somerset to be- $15.60 to 32.50. or 108 'per cent como tho only American woman ever Farm buildings which In 1900 were valued at $3,556,614,000 were reported to bo the editor of a magazlno in Japan. She la tho power behind tho in 19X0 as worth $6,294,025,000, an In- pen of The Japancso Magacreas(j!or 77 per cent. Farm Imple- editorial ments, and machinery reported in 1910 zine, published monthly at Toklo, halt as worth $1,261,817,000 and 10 years In English and half In Japanese. Miss Ilucker Is only 27 years old, previously as worth $749,778,000, show but Is widely known in this country an increase of 68 per cent and abroad for her writings. Sho is tbo daughter of J. B. Ruckor, who was BOND OF $10,000 ASKED. for years editor ot a paper at Somerset Lexington. Thomas F. Dolan, law. yer and turfman, who killed Alderman NEVER REACHED COURT. Patrick Mooney, and nt whose trial oq a charge of murder the Jury failed Grayson. Herbert Daniels, 20, was to agree, Is to be released from Jail, shot In the head and Instantly killed. providing he can furnish a $10,000 Ills mother was walking beside- him ball bond. when the shot was fired. A short time At tho hearing Judgo Kerr ruled after the shooting Wlllard James was that It was a bailable caso, but doubled arrested. the amount of the bond requested by Young Daniels and his mother were the defendant s attorney. on their way to court to make complaint concerning damage dona by tresBY ROOF passing cattle. It Is said that much FARMER AWAKENED feeling had been aroused over the caso. FALLING IN. and when tbo Daniels declared their Center. Tho family of John M. Intention ot Invoking tho law against Clark, a farmer, camo near being burn' tho owners ot tho cattlo, threats aro cd to death whon their house caught said to havo boon made against young Are. Clark was badly burned on tho Daniels' life. face and hands while trying to carry SUES FOR $27,000 DAMAGES. tho children from the building. Tho roof in tho kitchen was falling In and Maysvlllc. W. L. Deatley, of Nichthe nolso was all that saved the family from death. olas county, filed suit against tho C. & O. Hallway Co. for a total ot $27,000. Lexington. Tho Bank ot Kentucky Tho father, as guardian ot John J. Is expected to reopen for business Au- Doatloy, wants $2,000 for himself and gust 1, and at a mooting of the new $25,000 for his son. board ot directors a now president John J. Deatley was employed as a and vice president were elected. A brakeman ot a freight train, and had cashier was choson, but that position been at work about thrco weeks when will be filled at an early meeting ot bo was injured. Ills right foot was tho board. Charles W. Bell, of Frank- cut oft at tho ankle. fort etato insurance, commissioner, was mado president, and Louis Ztnzer, THIRD FOLLOWS 8ECOND. a local furnlturo man, was chosen vlco president Orel! Itlfle Range, Valloy Station. Satisfaction, born In the confidence oi Glasgow. Harry and Alfred Prat- - winning tho regimental banner for ter, farmers, aro under arrest, chargod 1911, tho Second regiment of Kenwith tho probable fatal cutting ot A. tucky Infantry lott Camp Orell. Tho C. Miles, a lumberman. Third regiment is now encamped. - to injured by flying brick nnd glass when tho I). F. Stevens plant, manufacturers of billiard and bar room fixtures, burn cd to tho ground. Nono ot tho men Is fatally hurt Tho loss on the Stovcns building Is estimated nt $300,000, cor SCHOOL GARDENS OF LONDON crod with $290,000. In addition to tho destruction of tho Stovcns plant nearly a dozen frame Attempts to Grow Plants In 8lums of Metropolis Elicit Pralsa of houses and stores were destroyed. The American Expert. loss on these and tho effects of tho occupants will bring tho total damago A vory interesting report on Engdone by tbo lira up to $325,000. lish school gardens has rocently been Issued by tho United States departCRACKSMEN IN AUTO ment of agricultural as bulletin 204. It was written by Miss Susan B. Slpe, Bold Robbery and Complete Escape a collaborator ot the bureau ot plant Industry and teacher ot botany and Effected In Central Dullness nature study In one ot tho normal District schools In tho city of Washington. This report Is bared upon InvestigaPittsburg, Pn. Cracksmen in a tions made by the author during a Euspeedy automobile turned 'the trick ropean trip. Tho local render cannot again within a stono's throw of po but wish that somo of the unfortunate llco headquarters, and In ono ot the children mentioned could be brought most thickly populated sections. to California, whore there Is at last They blow the safo In tho offices of a small plat ot earth for evory child tho Bauer Brothers' bakery, one of the In tho stale. It Is statod regarding a biggest concerns of Its kind in West- school In Whltechapel (London) ern Pennsylvania, secured more than where no unoccupied ground sur$5,000 In money, and escaped. rounds: "Each pupil has a small sur- space assigned to her In the roof garTho watchman wns taken by prise, as two confederates had been den, boxes, scarcely moro than a foot In hiding In the building nil night, and square, but even so, more than she baa had tho safo ready to blow when the at borne.' other two appeared. Tbo writer regrets that lack ot space forbids the reproduction or much of value and Interest to bo found CORN CROP SAVED BY RAIN In this report, but advises evory one entrusted with tho teaching of nature Corn Crop Saved By Rain. study or school gardening to get this Chicago. Rain, which drenched 14 most valuable bulletin. When we read states, was worth millions of dollars of the futile attempts to grow plants to tho country. Had It been a rain In tho London slums one marvels that ot real money the farmers could not our own school gardens, whero man have been moro pleased. More than a and naturo havo both conspired to rendozen states In the north and middle der conditions unusually favorable, west, all of the corn belt, had rain and are not overrun with a riotous proAccord fusion of leaf and blossom. needed It to save the corn. On the ing to agriculturists, the corn will de- window sills In the hall were some In velop with one final spurt Tho re- teresting though pathotlc attempts of sult, they say, will be an era of pros- the East Side children to grow plants perity. at home. The children were asked to bring pots and soil from homo In which The reREVOLUTIONISTS HOLD TOWNS. to plant seeds and bulbs. sponse proved the scarcity of such Haiti's Government Troops In a 6tato things In their homes. The teachers then procured the material. Seeds of Disruption were riven thorn and when vacation Port Au Prince, With President came tha plants were taken home to Simon on a s'ck bed, tho government be cared for. In one pot were a balf troops In a state of disruption, all the dozen varieties ot weeds, the original towns In tho north of Haiti In the plant having bean choked out ot exisr ot the pot tence, but tho though them 'so beautiful.' Stunted and sickly merlcolda and nasturtiums gave ample proof of the blighting effect of London smoke." Notwithstanding tho hsrd conditions under which thoy labor; thta school gardening Is on a much broader, grander and moro comprehensive scale than anything we attempt. No doubt thero Is far greater need ot It An exhibition was held In July In one of the Whltechapel districts and there , child-owne- Ohio. Nino firemen wero BURN8. STOCK BARN AND HOR8E8 BURN. ML Sterling. Tho frame residence belonging to Mrs. George R. Snyder So long as American girls continue and occupied by Ben Dragoo was toto purchase titles and with them tally destroyed by fire. Tho loss will no one can say that the reach $3,500. Dragoo lost everything, gold brick business baa fallen Into without Insurance. disrepute, OWEN TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. Troy man lost In a fire J 1,700 which he had stored In tbo hoi'co beOwenton. Tho Owen countv tenrh. cause bo bad no confidence la banks, ers Institute eonrenod Monday for but then few of us have any conti- five days, Prof. B. K. McDougle, nence In Arcs. A Lancaster. Denutv Sheriff fi. A. Iloblnson lost his larco stock barn nnd all Its contonts, Including nine head of fino horsos and a lot ot provender, by ore. Tbo origin of tho fire Is un known. Tbo loss will reach $3,500. with only $800 Insurance. Lexington. At a meeting of the road committee ot the fiscal court a resolution providing that no one in the employ of Fayette county should uo permitted to sen rock, was passed. were collections of wild flowers from two country schools; paintings of wild flowers and naturo studies by many of the schools in Ixindon; collections of flowars and shrubs sultablo for growing In London parks and gardens; a model back yard and garden showing what on a reduced scale, might be done in an ordinary London back yard at little expense; a model recreation ground 24 foot square conGEN. A. F. C. 8IMON. structed to Illustrate tho many health-givinopportunltlet which might be President of Haiti. hands of tbo revolutionists nnd the ad Introduced Into public playgrounds vanco guard of the Insurgents press under good management and good ing upon the capital, conditions bid Planning, and mtny other valuablo fair to soo another administration In features. It Is said tho exhibit was control ot tho republic at an early visited by 30,000 poople, 25 schools sent In exhibitions, and altogether It date. was a groat affair. NOT YET A NINE-FOOSTAGE. GREAT VALUE OF AWNINGS Jaunt of Harbors Committee Begins by Running Aground. Improve the Appearance of the House While Making tho Interior Wheeling, W. Va. Tho steamer tinMore Comfortable. nawha, with tho congressional rivers and harbors commlttco party on board, Not all the rooms of a hnusn run after going several hundred yards ran hard aground on Wheeling creek bar, be on ono sldo to receive the morn- When th steamer hit most of the Ing sun and be cool In the aftercongressional party wero preparing noon, so the awning man comes for bed, and tboy were rudely Jolted. along to make everything right. He makes awnings for the sunny winTbo boat was not damaged. dows, which Improve tho oppoarance Accused Girl Missing. of the house while contributor in th Now York. Agitated nnd showing comfort of the interior. tbolr distress, Mrs. John Singleton and Every Ideal home now knows the Miss Ethel Conrad reported nt pollco value of awnings. There are many headquarters that Miss Lillian Gra uses for the awning man's product ham, who, with Miss Conrad, Is under other than tho shading of the wincharges of attempting to kill W. K. D. dows. One end of the porch Is cerStokes, had disappeared. tain to bo sunny at the cloaA nf lh hot afternoons and a shade thero 8tlmson Leaves Panama. lengthens tho day out of doors. Sun L. Stlmson, secre- shades on tho lawn or over th Colon. Henry nt tary of war, who has been in Pannma In the garden contrlbuto to tho com- past week, embarkod on tho lort ot tho summer dav for tho ait a cutter North Carolina. Ho will pro- for the children gives thorn moro ceed to Porto Illco and Cuba. happy hours than anv tor in. vented. Yeggs Overlooked $5,000. A hammock In tho shadn nf th. Stevenson, Ala. Robbers blow the treo Is a joy until the sun mti in safo of tho Tcnneeseo Valloy bank position whore It shines through tho with nltrorlyccrln end got away with lower branches. An nrtlimtaM. .on. $1,200. In their hasto they overlooked opy over tho hammock makes tho Joy $6,000 In an Inner drawer of tbo safo. complote. And there are various other uses for the canvas shades as a THEIR HOME BURNED. Big Strike Planned. protection aimlnst mm n n ,1 wln.4 Elkton. Fire, thought to havo been Jaurcz, Mexico. According to Jau-re- rain. The manufacturers have fallen duo to a defective kitchen flue, deofficials, a big strlko. Is Into the "homo beautiful" movement railroad stroyed tho dwelling of John W. Ruscover tho entire national nnd they display good tasto In their sell, together with practically all the planed to railroad lines ot Mexico, and tho pres- iraae ana hem to makn ih hum. household effects. The loss was will bo in- and gTounds attractive. ent arrangement la Tho flames had mado such bead-wa- augurated on Augustthat It 1. when discovered that tho members of the family barely managed to 8poech and Penmanship. Bold Robbery. 'A man should think hrnr. k. effect their escape. New York. After burling a stone through a Jewelry store window two speaks," said the prudent youth. "Yes." rcnlled Mr. Inmiln ntn Somerset Sheriff J. M. Wcddlo left men grasped a tray containing diahero for Frankfort, taking with him monds worth $10,000, killed a clerk he should think till hftrtiAP linfnrA George Spencer, who was given a life who nttotnpted to capture them and writea bis name oti tbo back of anr won or uocumont. sentence for killing his wife. escaped In a toxlcab. g tnt mr x $2,-00- 4 JIf 27, 1911 THE CITIZEN POOL AND Part TUrmm fi m 4 Pennsylvania man hat Invented a combination pool and billiard table By Rev. S. M. Dick that It nothing lcs than Btnrtllng In ltslor Wnltj M. t, Chink, MiannipoGe Its mutability. Tho tamo article can AMUSII" T0V FOn THE B0YS wrUtsVliBSl laLlflHPFV r EtflHftK be mod not only for bothpool and bilHE WAS 'NOT OBJECTIONABLE' FUtt MMinUi rtut-c-ri liards, but It can be used on floor or Automatic Fighter Pummel Each Oth table and. finally, can bo folded tin TKXT Thm I neither Jew nor Qrek. Of Much Alitn- n if. er as They Bounce About Elastic neither bond nor free, there la Former Rhode Island Senator Re and ,Uoi ,n c,0,ct when not wonted. 'h"e Straight Lint While Working i ... .. . ... I . Band Does Trick. mal nil futes Much of the Evidence Given .i i nr mMe PMlmo neither Chrlet nnr famnla itla: on Edge of Wood. JuV.-a- al. on. In K ,i . . by the Chicago Lumberman Before i" "o iuti iuni ins oca oi ino iodic i rwenty-twAn nmuslng toy that can bo mado by year ago the Knwortn . . Senate Investigating Committee. It a iinein atrin f rir. .i it,. h.t any bright boy at home Is that shown Episcopal . when 'itrotchnd taut nlnniF h wim i.osguo or the Methodist t. i. i ih hnmii n here. It was Invented by n Massa--1 the edge of woodwork abutting wall of '""no proTldcn a firm, level c,Uurc4h wnB organized. Wo celebrate Washington. Former United States chusetta man, but Is not bard to con- Its pnpor. wlndowpanc or floor. Hereto- - "rfaoe. The framo Is adjuttoblo to llw"n,,fr,t anniversary. trucL Cut two men's figures Senator Nelson W. Aldrlch fore they hare had to work carefully dlfforont dimensions and bos corner E,row b? b.ejn morvolous. Its work Island flatly contradicted at of Ithode - heavy pasteboard, having one out of leg of the Lori,ur,UM lu mer committee 117 piocca wai aro ineortod for. mlllarda "V investigation the 6800 advanced, as In the cut. aDd rntTinvnrt fop rwvil hn nnnbnll ruvlow Its history, but to call your at- - story given by Edward Hlnes of Chi- - 00 each arm, bent at the elbow. Pivot J Oh! beautiful dolly, with flaxen hair, The Tou look like a prlnceia aro adjusted at tho corners. There Is l?"".0" to ltB PPrtunlty for Borvtco. cago there. that Aldrlch had asked htm to Pivoting can bo dono with slrone With clierka no red and eyes to blue. 100 Kenoto in tho also provision for side pockets. Fur- - Dry"-urge Larimer to become a senatorial thread, knotted on both Bides of the I There aerer was a doll like you. tho cuo Is adjustable to dlf- - PnonrJ1of1 thu century's activities. candidate. pnoses oi cmicni oorei nT;hT.ank.?Jr0.PCC.,.r Wd .ha,f U'th a ,r.nceaa g.wn and J.wel. rarfc ruul nh fcrent lencths. TiiU mhi. ii r n ir nit i n vaii iiiii In aubstonce, Aldrlch's testimony nuuuit'i nil ii lii I ft sir used In tho houto or out ot doors, on PmeDt mark the four quarters of tb inches long and cut slits tn the tops I With your golden hair. apland nr nn ma in last century. Tbeso four othlcal nrln was to the effect that Hlnes bU. nn tuu ivci to tiny ana sirppcrs blue. use can bo stood up out of the way. c,pIcI nro n foundation for the super-- proached htm and asked, htm what the i wouia not take the world for rou. u ' service 10 oo renacrea administration thought of Lorlmer, LAURA HUTCHINSON. For floor ploying a ball attachment Is """" t0 humanity In the name of Jesus and Aldrlch Informed htm that Lorl fastened to tho end nf thn cn mer wns "not objectionable" to Pres nnsi uunng mis century, MUSICAL TOY IS QUITE ODD In thn fmt nnnrtn. .r ftiA Infl. am ident Taft. COMBINED brought an ad unuirunn'inuwrv iury mo lunoamental principles wero A Air Pulsations Olve Various Note to laid for the breaking down of race mission from C. F. Wleho. brother-lBlast From Whittle Invented by Used In Sets of Three for Moving prejudices. Nearly all Europe was In law of Hlnes, that the mysterious RobNew York Man. Heavy Loads About Quits war. Ono hundred and seventy mil- ert Shields of Sutferiot, Wis., who Useful In Factories. lion pcoplo wero Involved, 4.000.000 travels tho country over refreshing The New York man who Invented men were drown from the activities the memories of witnesses prlo to the Instrument shown hero called it a A combination crowbar nnd truck of economic production nnd were ox- - their appearance here, has obtained musical top. Whether It Is muslmit or has been Invented for moving heavy ponding their enorcle in wnlni? onrh for his own agency, $4,000,000 of In not may be a matter of opinion. A articles about In workshops, factories other's states, burnlne thn!rrltli rnb. surance on the Hlnes Lumber comrubber tube has a whlstlo at one end nnd warehouses. While the articles bine their flnldRripRtrnvInc fhnlr pany's properties, has "lobbied" for and a bulb with a flat surface at the can De used separately, they nre us- - homes and taking their lives. No ex- - the concern and was active In the other. An article resembling a short uniiy cmpioyea in sets or three, as cuso other than nn other nationality election of Senator Stephenson ot drumstick, with a heavy head comes thoy thus preserve a better balance and olunder wa tn.poK.nrT in m Wisconsin. Ruler for Painters. in with It. The whistle Is placfld at iur mo iuua nna expeaue us nanaimg. war. Is what former Senator Aldrlch This the month nnd blown, and during this along the edge and fill Jn later. " '"nBl sirong nanuia mMa, n,lf f ,M. mlh. accomplished during his short ap operation the drumstick is pounded at New York man has Invented a device e two stout iron rollers, covered .. ". lhn ! . pearance on the witness stand: intervals on the bulb, sending pulsa I p M,,u,"rB " Vi V1 wro nt work. Qrcat Ideas were tn Denied that he Bent for Edward m aver, and which Is In reality a ruler tions or air through the tubo and ..... v,cuu, iue kIng fornj , ,h0 mlaiB Qt mcn wn Hlnes In the spring of 1901. breaking tho blast from the whistle to guide the brush and nrovont the Automatic Fighter. loved pcaco rather than war. The Denied that he asked Hlnes to see i smearing of anything over tho line to : ....... Into . .i. - . . - mo maniains i umo various nntnn nr lont-t-"h mil . Idea of tho steamboat, tho railroad. congressman bo followed. The devlco Is a piece of " controlled by tho frequency Lorlmer and Impress on the telegraph was budding and bios him "that tho administration was tnat "&thrust forward. Connect these drumming and tho volume of tho of thearo whlroeiai witn a wide, straight edge and aomlng to bring forth a little later Its very anxious to have a Republican lwu pccb oi wooa witn a strong clas- legs at tbo other end. The elevation harvest of better feollng between na senator elected In Illinois as soon as 1,0 Dana anJ oy means or a curved affords room to hold It In the hand. Hons, larger conceptions of fraternity possible." P'cce of wlro Inserted In the bottom The ruling edgo Is held along the edge and a keener senso of brotherhood To Bake pugilists fight. Denied that he told Hlnes there of window sash or door Jamb and the nnd Justice. It was the initiation of were several Important workman can paint along It rapidly tariff sched- - laKO uoln plcces or wooa between the that great movomcnt which is now re ules coming up In the senate for the flnBers and press down on tho wlro without fear of consequences. The sulting in that world-wldfeeling, passage of which It was very im- - BDr,nE The" suddenly release tho Implement must be pressed down there Is neither Jow nor Qreek,' but portant to have every available re- - toy and U wlu Dounce up in tho air tight, so no paint works Its way n man's a man for a' that. "uu luo ouer nana win Dring tne ng- publican vote. For pcoplo who Ilka to do Tho second quarter of a century their own painting one of these rulers ,r.m eacn,l- Denled that ho sent for Hlnes T. was marked by abolition of slavery. la almost Indispensable. Tho agitation In the British parliament wl11 BWlnK vigorously Tm succeded In emancipating all Ilrltlsh nol. .Ihm.inn wiih against USE WOODEN STEAM BOILERS ... rvd.ufcui. nrh nthfti- slaves in 1834. Hungary had 9,000.000 ascujuu iuul lit? iuiu nines ine pres- slaves. Nearly nil tbo peasants of Assertion 8eema Incredible, Yet They Austria and Prussia wero slaves. It mercoTd BOY PASSED were Made and Used at Recent ce was In this quarter of the century that Hlnes to ura-- an Larimer "th ncri. at 1817 on Doat. the principles thu were to bring free slty of becoming a candidate and do- - YounBter of Olden Days Has Perished dom to tho multltudos wero agltntcd Ing in Track of Modern Living Small all be could to be elected at the Hteam boilers mado of wood! It and tho pcoplo began to sco a great Flats Driven Him Away. sounds Incredible, and yet such boilCrowbar Also Truck. light Tho same waa true of the Unit earliest moment possible.1 ers were formerly mado and . used. Dented that he sent any message cd States. While tho emancipation What has become of the Even as recently as 1817, a steamboat I lonJ frora slipping, and yot Is to short of the slave did not come whatever either until tho Governor Dcnecn to Lorlmer or to loned boy who always had his pockets plying between Norwich nnd New "o nny damnge. The truck-crow- . concerning tho elee run of the treasured loot ot youth? bars arc Inserted under tho object , . tlon. Odd Musical Toy. , t"'uut,l,ul'u" " U"""K What has become of the lad who car " In , mnvl K..l .1 .Mr. Aiaricn thought ho had par suro result which followed In the six ried a barlow knife, a couple of bun- - tlO blast. The mouth net n n . an. the handles the load Is lifted clear ot tics, m ticlpated In three conversations with . w.w. area ieci or Kite string and nsti line, a nnnt chamber and it is surprising how the floor and can bo wheeled to nny neither ilenceforth there was to bo Hlnes. bond nor freo. dozen marbles, a piece of chalk and a many different notes can be sounded point desired. Articles weighing thrco Washington. Revelations concern- - te Til WflehnM nn1 .llr. UU"B n at Tho third quarter of the century or four tonit can bo trundled about on mis novoi instrument. Any tune Ing the unusual Interest shown In the V"? CretC1 ,D Pckc 87 can bo pIayed on ,he wblBtI. " a" as easily as an ordinary rovealcd that, ethically speaking. election of senate from imnoh, by ineso trucks V0,,,um'D0U8 .. packing case. Even In shops equipped there was neither tualo nor female. (.w.M..vua feivius liio L UULl DI a benator Boles Penrose of Pennsyl with traveling cranes theso Imple After tho beginning of tho century vnnln,' now chairman of tho finance noes noi innaDii mo streets or tne vn- - horn. women wero excluded from schools cant lots. He doesn't go to school, and ments will bo useful. by law. No woman was allowed to committee; an admission that he In If he did tho modern wiseacres would teach In public schools; and for a lile,i EiWard.Hln8 ,0 bCCOm.e ac"ve Uold him up at tho entrance and re- - SPORT IN HUNTING BOBCATS Dirty Windows Exclude Light. " woman to think of being a clerk In of his treasures. A German professor has ascertained n store or serving the public In any President Taft 7 telegraphed Hlnes to hn. h 'n m ni .im wi. What then Animal Is of So 8ly k and Retiring Dlt- that In Industrial cities windows which Industrial way outside of the homo iuo ixjfiiucr ecanaai nuBnca up ,...1 position That Well Trained Dog . .. . Wooden Steam Boiler. j k... .V, .1.. u".u'0fm " not uecn wasnea ior ten days ex- - waB on nlmost unheard-o- f thing. Hut Boy lovers say that the small flat It Quite Necessary. ." cludo from 35 to 48 per cenL of the from 1850 to 187G was the period ol has driven him out and he has evolved Conn., was equipped with light. 7.' tiiu cicciiuu 01 rimer. , uu v If not washed for four wocks, their emancipation. n r, In nppearance tho bobcat (the North Public schools wooden boilers, and ihe reason that Senator Pcnroso had been casually some or olso he has become extinct. American wildcat or bay lynx) resem. they burst under "extreme" pressure they may oxcludo as much as SO per wero opened to them not only to at- tend but they became dominant fac- mentioned by Hlnes In his testimony They claim that tho passing of the real hies a very much overgrown house cat wns attributed principally to the fact cent, ot the light. tors In the teaching force. Colleges regarding the Interest shown by the homes has caused the normnl boy to minus most of Its toll and plus a vile that they had no "condensers, safety In Lorlmer's elec- - become a tough little reprobate, who disposition. for wero established In administration A very largo ono valves, or balance wheels." From ISO! will Inftpntlmps flnria hlo wnv Infn lhn ro. II measure about four tofl frnm tin In large numbers and women showed lion. to 1S04 there was a woods boiler In I . . .. . m nis testimony Senator Penrose form school or the homo for Juvcnllo tip and weigh 40 pounds, but the av- themselves tho equals of tbelr broth-ersorvlco at tho Center Square wator In educational attainments, llo said that Hlnes' testimony about bis delinquents, all because ho has no crage bobcat Is considerably smaller. works, Philadelphia. A partial vlow They vary enormously In size. Ono foro tho closo of tho century 80 pet interest in the election wns uubstan- - chance any moro to do the things that of this boiler Is shown herewith. The cent, of the teachers In the public tlally correct. Ho went further and the young malo human wants to do. full grown female that I shot In 1893 ash pit, fire box and fltioj wero mado schools of tho country wero women. said that be believed Hlnes was work- - The cramped-uof Iron, but tho Inclosing box. In flats have no room In weighed only 19 pounds, wbllo an Practically all avenues ot business Ing only for the good of the Renub- - tbem for the modern boy. Thcro Is other, a male, killed the same day. which tho wnter was contained and wero open to them and all professions llcan party. tbo steam genernted, was of wood. hardly enough room for sleeping and weigher 41 pounds, says a writer In IJucnos Aires Is tho largest hldo and welcomed them. Verllr there was Penrose told of Hlnes' great Interest eating nnd other absolutely necessary Sally's Magazine. Tne steam pretsuro used was very In the preparation of a lumber ached- - things. Even the woodshed, the par- Usually they weigh from 25 to 35 little above that of the atmosphere, wool market In the world, neither mole nor femalo. Nlnety-sovcAmerican manufactur but the difficulty of pre entlng leaks He tlcular provlnco ot the small boy. has pounds, an animal of tho latter weight Tho lost quarter of a century we ule in the tariff bill of 1909. ers have agencies In Madrid, powerful even with this small pressuro led to began to realize, "Ye are all one in told of their first meeting, when Hlnes vanished now that steam heat has be- - being sufficiently when Toklo, Japan, Intends to spend near he early abandonment of wood ns Christ Jesus." It was tho quarter of Interviewed him about the schedule, como tho recognized method for keep- - pressed by hunger to kill a yearling ly $10,000,000 on drainage works. material for steam boilers. deer or sheep. brotherhood. Trade, travel, educa- They naturally fell to talking about Ing warm. Stoves burning alcohol aro being tion nnd religion began to bring men the deadlock, in Illinois. Their staple diet, however, consists Introduced Into Canada by Germans. sma,ler creatures of the wilder-i prouaoiy urged Mr. Hlnes. as a WIND SCREENS to see things from tho same angle. FOR CYCLES of Ticket Printing Machine. Sandatono will absorb a gallon or Wo began to know iivbb, u luuuiu uus ueiug a Hallway ticket printing machines each other, wo citizen of Cbldago, to use his best ef-moro of wator to tho cubic foot ot learned wo were brethren. We hnd j torts to bring about a result. 1 was Affords Necessary Protection for Face wnne even the bouse cat is not taare shortly to be Installed at a booed. one common Interest. Wo served to ih iavor oi air. L,orimers election. (Eng.) stntlon. Tbo booking rock. largo Hamburg and Upper Part of Body A restaurant Is one common end. Christianity makci Mr. Hlnes reported to me continually They are also extremely fond ol clerk, when requiring to Issuo a ticket boused In a building of compressed Attached to Handles. lamb, their Indulgence Its ns I met him In tho tariff discussions. no distinction between races. to any stntlon, takes a blank card, pnper. ntm nnrl mirnnan la In lift" tifimnnltv I rather think I invited his activities ,w , . Mill places It In a Blot In the sliding car Nearly all the important accessories In this delicacy having brought them flU ....... t.. u-y-i un 111a him muiu illllllK UU in the matter. with settlers. riage, and moves It along until tho of the automobllo are being adapted Into uj ni''i;iu, u wui Vi mm "I don't recall any one asking me on a smaller scalo for ueo on the Sportsmen, too, find them anathema. pointer Is oppoalto tho alphabetically Willi These great movements bavo be filing. It motorcycle, ono ot tho latest being for tbo havoc they work among game arranged name of tho required stntlon oil Just before gem queathed to tbo young life of this to send a message to Illinois. exhibition In Lon At a recent century a rich heritage. In all depart might have been, nnd I might have a wind Bcreen, It Is suitable for animals and birds Is In these days ol He then depresses n handle, and tho wero shown blue, pink and tlckot drops nut, printed with tho don there fitting to the handle bars, Is mado In small stock most serious. For tb.l ments of life we aro asking the ques done It," admitted Pcnroso. The committee produced reason thoy are rightly classed ui a letter names of tho issuing and destination oquamarlno diamonds. worth while?" aluminum makes bettor vlso tion: "Ib tho product Sheet posts, somotlmcs with a bounty on .... I. ...lln.. . c;: .1nf. n Wo nsk of tho public school. Is the written April 10 of this year by WilmctaU than v;T: dS.: their heads. ' product worth while? Docs It pay the liam llurgess ot Duluth to II. II. Kohl-saaof copper. editor of the Chicago Record-HeralIt Is un animal of so sly and retir glster of thu operation Is mado at tho cither braes burglar proof glass, cost ot Its production? Of tbo col made lege In which llurgess said he bad ing a disposition that the most skill some tlmo. and university we aro asking the tn l'ranco, withstands revolver bullots ful hunter might seek It unavalllngli same question. Tho same Is being heard atostory that President Taft had nnd blows from a mallet. Hlnes "to get tho matter for years If unaided by a asked of tho saloon and of the great wired Coating With Metal. Approximately of the Industrial organizations; tho same of hushed up." It Is Bald that the presidog. Yet, In spite of nn artfully stimuA new method ot coating various world's supply of copra now Is be- will soon send a written statelated scarcity, tho bobcat Is far more tho church ot Jesus Christ The same dent Bubslames with motals, tho Invention Dg produced in tho Philippines. ment to the committee telling of his numerous than It Is commonly supot tho Sunday school nnd of the or n hwisa eiiKinocr. consists in re-Llrao was one of the earliest ma posed to be. Leaguo and ot every other so- Interest In Lorlmer's election. Secreduclng molten tin. xinc. copper, lead, terlols used to Improve tbo soli, be tary MacVeogb, who has been menThis Is duo mainly to the fact that . ciety ot young people organized for nliimlrmni. nr nthnr tnntnl nr nllnv tn I .mg uy v.i- -. uuu m tioned, Is also to be heard from. It was not regarded, to use the Amerimvmiuueu t... Christian work. a statu of pulverization by pressuro For tho first times In the history of can Idiom, as a sporting proposition. This Is tbo opportunity ot the of an Inert gas nitrogen or hydrogen VUU IUU.IHI J In ihnt. atnfj, nhln ... . .1 V. Kn Indnatrv ... .. ... Two Killed In Ooat Speed Trial. WM.W ml.iAH A swift change, bowover. Is now betas tn that stato driving It against mnr thn so ono ooo inn. nf iwii in.t ages. Are wo meeting UI Manhood, and portsmoMtn, England In n speed effected In tho status of the bobcat, In business, womanhood, integrity the surfaco to be covered from a flextrial ot tho Drltlsh torpedo boat de- t, and In futuro these wary beasts are ... i .mj. i ...i... H ible tubo with a tip llko that of a " In . a stone arch brldgo recently built Itroyor Kangaroo oft Deadly Head destlued to become Increasingly popu , .. .. In relation In nthnra. . thps large vaporizer for liquids. iiba,i t iIinirlflrn in mn mminn T in r lar as objects oi sport ror dogs, Id ex ... one of the boilers of c"' iuiur. uea ploded. Two men were tho vessel sevbind tbo stones together Instead of ce-- nro la"'6" ul" j Vrtlcli capacity they give as a rule t killed nnd i wo uicuauiv iuu ui iu uui )uii Paper Mills In India. m.n eral injured. much longer and more brilliant rue Wind Screen for Motorcycles.' ot our inheritance which tho last ce , .irnmr wi.rnmnf Paper mills in India have not been Although really dangerous and able nas handed down to us and two plecos, and Is adjustable. A wind In fact to whip easily the biggest un very proOtnble. as tho raw material that successfully Imitates leather and '"7 Two Dead In Trolley Crash. whln f 18 ce,n'urf demands we use creen baa not been u common eight than thulr big couBln, the cougar, has to bo brought from long distances rubber Is made tn Japan from vego- Hncfensack. N. Y. Two men w.m ,u ' u uu u uu nd thu cost of fro Khta eat un lhn tnhln flhora. killed and a dozen or mare passMgert 011 motorcycles In the past, but as trained dog, the bobcat bas novel I tltra of mZ BOWe meons of Protection for tho face nrnflta. Indta'u IniDort of naner nnd linilnn renulraa taxlmatera In i, wero seriously Injured when two car been known to attack a man, ovec pasteboard lu 1910 fiscal year was ot I connected to the front wheels ot taxi- on the North Jersey Rapid Transit ana UUP" l'art of the body la as when, In order to make It sit up and The voice ot all naturo cries to ui company's trolley the value of ij,:m,900. llamboo tor cabs because tbo rear wheels do tho line met In a cor neci'SRury on such machines as on look pleasant, It has been teased wltb that there Is a Qod. Valuiro. I automobiles, the coming year wlll a short stick among the branches oi. most slipping. piper making there is suggested. llslon. (uii'ulily Hnd many ot them In use. Its arboreal retreat. MOT AND . BILLIARD TABLE DU Frame It Adjustable to Different nienilom and Hat Provltlon for 8lde Pockets. A Equality r of Man DENIES riCCHANICfi ! ALDRICH SAY8 HE DID NCT PROM ISE TAFT'S AID IN LORIMER'S ELECTION, jp IALE Cornerfofa W MY DOLLY. K t.... .,,.. tr o w 1 s n - r.? o I e ....... .. - 1 1. . I k. 1 i- "euu ,m.i.. a .... . m NOTES MECHANICAL Ill-Di- r, Illrm-Ingha- ft I , ii-u- ... 1 ,. -- 1 rs; iilt one-thir- d t, well-traine- .. V. ' u,i Pafjc Four. fHE CITIZEN. July 27, 1911. MID-SUMME- R CLEARANCE SALE JULY 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, AUGUST 1, 2 OOYLE'S ' R. H. CHRISMAN Undertaking and Embalming A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies. SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. DRY GOODS You pay STORE .or Day Phone 26 Miss Jesslo Smith was in Richmond tho latter part of last week. LOST Between It. J. Englo'3 storo and tho Postofflce, 1 suit of clothes addressed to Luther Lytle, Berea, Ky. Finder please return to Unglo's store and receive reward. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Willis (hlldron of Sycamore, 111., aro visiting Supt. and Mrs. E. L. Roberts this week. A letter from Dr. and Mrs. Cowley, whoso hurried departure wo announc ed lost week, states that they found Mrs. Cowloy's father in a serious con dition, but that ho had improved nomo what at tho tlmo of writing. A later mcssaga announces the death of tho Doctor's father at Lorain, Ohio. No particulars arc given. Dr. Cowley will likely be away for a month or six Missionary Society of the Ilaptlst Church will have for sal Saturday, July 29th, at the Palaco Meat Market, a few garments, fresh butter, frying chickens on foot, fresh eggs, cakes, cookies, pies, home made candles, glasses of Jelly, fresh pickles, both kinds and vegetables not cooked. Pleaso call and see what we hsv. N. J. Evans, President. BARGAIN OH FARM weeks. Tho Nlrfht 4 4 lass. fet more Red Cross Flour, 65 cents. Every Sack Guaranteed o o o ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Mr. rnm nvnr In UNDERTAKING Most Effective Service in Eastern Kentucky. We are now prepared for all conveniences known to the profession and stand ready day and night to answer your call SooooooooooooooooooooooooooJ hlj John Rott-p-r TATUM'S NOTICE Dr. Bsst's office will be closed during the month of July DAN H. BRECK Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Richmond, Ky. Phoae 505 L, & N. TIME TABLE. North Bound Local Knoxvllle 6:15 a. m. 10: C5 BEREA 1:03 p. m 3:57 6:10 p. m. 7:45 Cincinnati South Bound Local 6 MO a. m. 8:15 Cincinnati BEREA Knoxvllle p. m. a. in. a. m. p. ra. 12:39 p. m 12:29 a. m. 6:55 p. m. 5:69 a. m. Express Trains Stop to take on and lot off passengers from beyond Cincinnati or from Atlanta and beyond. Cincinnati BEREA BEREA South Bound 8:00 a. m. 11:44 a. m. North Bound 4:56 p. ra. 8:45 p. m. Cincinnati Porter's, Wednesday afternoon, and Faulkner Is spending were lnterostlngly entertained by Mrs her vacation visiting friends In Camp-to- Dager who talked on her work In tho mission fields la Africa. Ky. Dainty refreshments were served by Miss Boatrlght stopped off In Berea last Thursday on her way to Hyden Mrs. Porter. Mrs. T. A. Robinson and two little where sho Is assisting Prof. Lewis daughters left at the first of the this week in doing Iustltute work. sook for Montlcello, Ky., where she T. A. Edwards and daughter, Carol, will visit her daughter, Mrs. James returned to Berea, last wtek from a Simpson. three weeks visit In Ohio. While thero air. J. F. Dean's Sunday School Mr. Edwards attended the Ohio State class of ladles met at the Baptist Teachers' Association at Cedar Point church, Thursday evening, for a on Lako Erie. Two thousand teachers social hour. Ice cream and cakes were were In attendance. Prominent educaserved. tors from different parts of the coun J 4. 00 slippers reduced to $3.50. try were on the program. $3.50 sllppore reduced to $3.00. $3.00 slippers reduced to $2X0. A lotter from Prof. Smith of th-- j $2X0 slippers reduced to $2.10. Normal Department tells of pleasant $2.00 slippers reduced to $1.75, acatlon days In Now England vis$1.50 slippers reduced to $1.25. its to all points of historic Interest. $1.25 Bllppcrs reduced to $1.10 Ho will return to Berea about ttw We can fit you and guarantee them 11th of August. Mrs. Mary n, Samuel Marcovltz, a Berea student last year, writes from Brooklyn, N. V., that, after three trips to the hospital and throe operations, he Is again able to be at work, doing settlement work In the slums. He does not expect to be In school next year. auto, and Is visiting frlonds In town, this week. Mrs. B. F. VauWlnkle had only a slight attack of fever and is able to be up again. Mr. Arthur Flanery who attend ed tho summer school ut Knoxvllle, Tenn., has returned. Being lato In the season we havo reduced the prices on all our slippers and oxfords. We have every stylo and all sizes. New stock, and guaranteed to wear. Wo have also reduced the prices on lawns, cot and ready niado dresses. We will keep the prices reduced the rest of this season. Mrs. S. R. Baker. T. A. Edwards left Berea, Saturday, to spend some time visiting in Flem ing County. Miss Candlce Coyle Is visiting rela tives In Richmond, this week. Dr. Gould went to Atlanta, Ga. Monday, and returned Saturday. Miss Lucy Ogg and Mrs. Dooley Fish were in Richmond, Tuesday. Mr. Justice Jackson returned, Fri day, from a visit with his grand rather in Speedwell. Miss Zoda Greenlee returned, Thun day, from her trip in the East. Mr. Dan Short and brother left, Saturday, Dan going to Indianapolis, and his brother to Mlddletown, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bender of Rich mond are visiting in town, thin to ton-voil- es DON'T NEGLECT YOUR WATCH WEL Mr. Leroy A. Warrington Is spending the latter part of the summer oca t Ion near Los Angeles, California. Mrs. L. C. Gabbard was called to see her son, John, at his home at the first of the week on account of his poor health. C H'S of Boone St., Mrs. Todd and daughters left for Chautauqua, N. Y., last night They ox poet to be away for a month. Mr. A. D. Logsdon after a six weeks' visit to Hamilton, Ohio, among friends and relatives has returned to Berea. His neighbors are glad to welcome him home. bargain if taken In noxt sixty WATCH is a delicate piece days. On account ot health, I will of machinery. It calls for acres, sell my farm consisting ot 105 less attention than most situated 4 miles from Paint Lick In machinery, but must be cleaned Garrard County, Kentucky, on turn-nlkand oiled occasionally to keep near cood school and church. perfect time. This farm Is well improved, has good With proper care a Waltham , new house, 2 tobacco barns that Watch will keep perfect time for a lifetime. It will pay you hold 25 acres, good young orchard, well to let us clean your watch nnd is well watered. For further In every u or iS raonthi. G. P. Terrtll, Lanformation addross, caster, Ky. Wlft't Duty. Optician and Jeweler A wife is not doing her duty If sh loves her husband more than ihs BEREA, - - . KENTUCKY loves herself. Father Donnelly. A A n. T. A. ROBINSON week. Mrs. Frank Maupln is spending a few weeks with her sister, Mrs. Ln- clan Cade, In Oklahoma. The Ladles Missionary Society of the Baptist Church met at Mrs. G. E. SALE BEGINS AUG. 1ST AND CLOSES AUG. 15TH Every Man Who Wants a Suit Should be in Our Store promptly Tuesday, Aug. 1st. For we have ISO Men's Suits that we are going to sell at cost and below cost. Don't think for a moment we are trying to fool you for we know you can't be fooled in clothing, and everybody in Berea and surrounding county knows we Sell the Best. For 15 days you can buy clothing at these prices: MEN'S SUITS $22.50 Suits cut to $14.98 " " 13.98 20.00 " 18.00 16.50 15.00 13.50 12.50 10.00 BOYS' SUITS $8.50 Suits cut to $6.48 ' " " 5.48 7.50 6.00 5.00 4.00 3.50 3.00 " " " ' " ' "" 12.98 11.98 " 4.48 3.48 2.98 2.48 1.98 Scrlvnor and Pearl Hill returned, Sat Mrs, Mamlo Jones and tittle sou of urday, ufU--r a pleasant visit with aro visiting her parents, friends at Irvine, Ky. Cincinnati Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hansou. Tho Ladles Aid Society of tho M. E, Church will give an sup- Miss Mary Parsons Is visiting Miss por In the church yard, Saturday Nina King. night, July 29, from 6 to 9 p. in. All Friday evening at the VanWlnklo are Invited to come and have a good grove a reunion of the Davis family tlmo socially. was held. There were about seventy-fiv- e Mrs. T. P. Wyatt, present. All enjoyed tho supper Mrs. Wm. Wilson, Mrs. F. Winn, that was served and reported a fluo time. Committee. Mrs. Georgo Reynolds awoke last l'rlday morning to find the sight In one eye entirely gone. She had retired tho night before feelliig as well us usual. Altho prompt medical attention was given no Improvement In her condition Is iwrceptlble. At )ho mass meeting, Friday oven-luthat was held on the public school grounds, It was voted that the new gradod school should bo erected where the old building now stands. g, to wear. Mrs. S, R. Baker. Mr. and Mrs, A. E. Bender and baby arrived, tho latter part of last week, for a visit with Mrs. Bender's rarents, Mr. and Mrs, Joe Scrlvner. Mr. Leonard Combs is at homo for a visit. Mrs. Nettle Mann has returned to her home lu Cleveland, after an ex tended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Uurdette. Misses Blanche Wilson, Nettlo " " " " " " "" ' 10.98 9.98 8.98 7.98 " " " " "" "" Don't wait till the best suits are all gone. Come at once and get a suit cheap. WW1C CUIttOItti' tAtiH'oeivruk o la IMC W YOOA SALE BEGINS TUESDAY, AUGUST FIRST MAIN ST., RHODUS STORE HAYES THE QUALITY BEREA, KY. July 27, 1911, THE CITIZEN. Page Five. "THE FURNITURE MAN" FOR To All Our Customers: Reasonable Prices, Daily Bargains, All Shoes lowest in town. All 50c DreBS Goods, 35c. 4- Each man's suit 1-- 3 off. Furniture, Undertaking Carpets Refrigerators Ice Cream Freezers The Shoes are all leather. Good Calico, 4c. Pianos Organs Buggies Mattings Rugs Every article must go. Every one trades here and never has a regret. Lowest prices, best goods. Good flour 45c, better flour 55, best 60c. Wall Paper Harness Sold only to those who determine who wrote this ad. m Stoves Ranges Wire Fencing Fertilizer LOOK FOR THE SPOT O EXPERIENCE I Make The Lowest Prices phone 26 R. H. Chrisman ... Berea, Ky. INTENSIVE FARMING How and When Alfalfa li a crop that can be grown successfully in any region ot Kentucky provided certain conditions art o met. They are: first, a fairly soil; second, a well drained toll; third, a soil with mora than enough lime In it to correct acidity; fourth, a soil freo from weeds. With these conditions of course must be a properly prepared seed bed. Such a sneil bed Is thoroughly pulverized throughout and makes a good contact with tho subsoil. Alfalfa may bo sown in the spring on ground free from weed but as most farmers have difficulty In getting rid of weed", and as wo for-ttl- the chances for a stand an better In a fall sowing, we will give the mfthod of procedure In preparing for fall seeding. Alfalfa may lot Jow a crop like potatoes or wheat, but there Is some danger that the ground may bo left too dry to prepare well, therefore It Is better to use land which may be prepared In tho early spring. However, tho method of procedure Is tho samo. First thoroughly disk tho ground and follow immediately with a turning plow. Tho ground should bo harrowed every week or ten days until seeding time. Especially should tho ground bo after rnlns, as Boon as possible, to conservo moisture. The disk may bo used occasionally to throw up weod seeds whero they will ger bar-row- ot raw ground limestone. Seed betwoen August 15th and 31st at tho rate ot 10 pounds cr acre. Just before seeding, barrow and roll tho ground. Sow ono halt the seed in one direction and tho other crosswise of this in order to get an even stand. Harrow lightly. If at the cn.l of throe days there is no prospect for rain apply tho roller to firm the ground and bring tho moisture up to the seed. Tho whole story cannot bo told In nn article of this leugth. For further Information address. IKuindis Geo. Koborts, lay 200 eggs a year, and a scrub hen will lay 100, and it takes th.i HEW MUSIC INSTRUCTOR prlco of 7 dozen eggs to pay to Sow Alfalfa tho hen's keep, how many hens of Berea College lu to be congratulatminate Tho frequent barrowlngs tho pure laying strain will It tako ed upon having secured Miss Blanche conservo tho moisture and kill weeds. to bo worth a flock of 100 scrubs?" Thurston ot Ashley, Ohio, to take, Do not disk Just before sowing as "Make an Inventory of your farm pro- charge of tho instrumental music inthis may throw up weed seeds that perty." struction for tho coming year. Miss may not start until after tho alfalfa Now when tho pupils of the I'ago Thurston is a cultivated musician of began bringing wldo experience and rare proficiency. schools Is sown. Tho Bced bed should bo County sums" ot this sort homo to work, Bho has great preference for tho orwoll compacted, so If necessary, ub) tho roller. Three or four weeks be- Pago County farmers began to prlcl: gan and will make special effort to fore seeding, apply lime, If necessary up their cars. There was some sense encourage interest In this kind of Inrt to uso It, Try uonio on a small plot, in this. Tills wasn't any strument. When handled by an oven It you think you don't need !t. useless folderol. This made tho tho cabinet organ Is easily the This Is tho only way to find out de- boys and girls worth more on tho choice ot all Instruments and is esfinitely tho llmo requirements ot tho farm. And It made 'em more content- pecially adapted to our more isolattoll. Disk tho llmo In well. Either ed too. ed regions, owing to the fact that It llmo or raw ground limewill hold Its tono for many years stone may bo used. In buying fresh CALIFORNIA regardloss pf climatic changes, while , burned ' lime, remember that It reseveral times If you are thinking ot coming or a piano must be tuned emphasis ot quires 56 pounds of It to equal 10) a year. Miss Thurston's want to know why you should com ter, has an atractive personality, unfailing good nature and Is ot a very energetic disposition. She is a graduyears, on the (arm and thoroughly ate of tho Ohio Weslcyan University understand tke soil and conditioa. If you think of coming to California drop me a line, Teurs truly, H. U Bishop, Klngsburg, Proaso County, Cat. to California, write to me, and I hall Uke delight In UUlag jam why. and giving you any lnfornuxioa you may desire. I am a Kentackiaa and Uke a special Interest la Kestaeky people. I hare been in California tan the organ, therefore, is much to bo commended. Miss Thurston is a strong charac- 60 YEARS' TRADE Anrona Hndlnf ikrtrh rod dMOrtpUoa qnleklf &iert&ln our opinion tnm whlhr ma loTintion iipronaDiyt nam ttrletlv eonOdmtfi J. HAIrMiWiuPauou nt frM. una tnroain hudq j (o. rtot runu Oldcit uner tor Miiriiujrpalafiu. metal MrflM. without cfe.rn. In tta Copvntatrra Ac. DlBIQNB MAMIS3 w .. . Scientific hUNN & Co Breooh OOo. OSS Ahandiomelf fllattrttftd wtwklr. Xarwrtdr. eaUtlon of any c.entiflo 1riunii4, Terms. 93 m month. il 8ol4 brail inwfdMdm. JUtflcatt. I KewYorlc BU WaihlmtoovD. C. WEDDING PRESENTS Miss Blanche Thurston Conservatory of Music and has had seyoral years successful experience in teaching. Wo bid her welcome to our happy family of workers In Berea. ex-Ie- The Finest Line of Wedding Rings Ever Shown in Berea in SterlGold, Gold-filleing Silve, Cut Glass d, alr-slak- Ube IRacfcet Store ENGRAVING FREE Boone's First View of the Blue Grass Climbs "Big Hill" and Looks Down upon "Level Kentucky" of Great Interest to Lovers of History. Madison, Wis., July 3rd, 1911. Kdltor ot Tho Citizen: 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. Article Agronomist Agricultural Experiment Station, Lexington, Ky. Alfalfa in the South have his own- - experience to guide him and ho will bo sure to add acres each year. On ono poor, sandy farm that would not grow fifteen bushels of corn to tho acre wo havo seen alfalfa grow luxuriantly, making four crops ot a ton and a halt ot hay at each cutting. Wo have seen It thrive woll on Ohio river second bottoms Tho only trouble Is farmers will a halt acre of alfalfa established. not persist in planting this greatest After that point is reached ho will of crops, greatest for producing haves well as for Improving laud. Almost any land except what Is too wet can bo made to produce alfalfa, and much that Is wet can bo drained and xnado ideal soli for this clover. Joseph a li. Wing claims that Inoculation not neccseary it the land Is made rich with barn yard manure. Somo soils need lime, others need humus, others again need phosphate, which can bo easily supplied, like lime, with tho ground rock. It would pay any far-inwho owns his land to try and keep on trying until ho gets at least or and also on limestone boII. It reaches Its maximum growth lu Mississippi on tho block boII, especially where llmo is in evidence. Sow alfalfa and It will onrlch your land and that will enrich you. Country Life. to keep tho phosphorus per acre contents ot tho laud up to Its present richness, at tho proseut prlco o! phosphates!" "It a crop ot clover, through tho bacteria in its roots, adds nitrated to tho soli to tho value of 20 per real value, ot n ucro, what Is tho clover crop, If ted to cows, and x percontago of tho fortuity of tho clover returned In tho manure, assuming that tho cow will produco y butter, and it sells for 1 a pound?" "It a hen ot a good laying breed will Mathematics of the Fertilizer Thoy havo an arithmetic ot tlielr own in Pago County, Iowa, according to a recont nrtlclo In "Success of Magazine" In It ore problems tho farm, and not of the counting room, "if lu tho top soil of your field thoro is phosphorus to the wolght ot 2,100 pounds, and a crop ot corn takes oft ten pounds, how many crops of corn can be grown tho soli becomes exhausted?" "How much is this phosphorus worth at tho proseut market prlco ot "What would It cost yoj bo-fo- ro phos-phato- In a previous letter I referred to life of Daniel Boono in the State Library at Madison which was prepared by Dr. Lyman Draper but never published. In fact tho ltfo was never completed, even In tho manuscript. It was planned on such a gigantic scalo that, had It been finished as begun, our pioneer hunter and settler would have had a biography greater in length than the world's leading men like Napoleon or BIsmark. It was this unduo proportion that lcl to a dlscouragoment ot the book. Tlw early part of the Hfo, however, la complcto and, to one who lives In tho scones associated with tho life of Boone, it is Interesting reading. Wo hear so much of Boone's first night of the Blue Grass as ho blazed his trail across tho mountains that 1 was Interested to read tho statement of Dr. Draper and I quote a littlo from tho book thinking it will lutcrest others. This account is based uion a great amount ot correspondence with old pioneers now long t'ead, and seems to rest principally epon tho statements ot Daniel Bryan, Major Bland W. Ballard and Samuel Boono, tho nephew ot Daniel. "A dozen miles farther along tho samo routo, probably, that Walker's party had pursued nineteen years brought thera to Cumberland Illvor, crossing at tho old Indlaa Ford, they continued down that stream a fow miles to Flat Lick. whore thoy left tho Indian path and bore off to tho left, crossing n bo-fo- Stinking, Turkey and Itlchland Creek and Robinson Creek of Laurel Rlvar and up the west branch or Round Stono Lick Fork near its head where they camped a while. Boone and Flndlay began to think that the beautiful lovel of Kentucky could not now bo very far distant. While tho rest of the party were encamped to recruit themselves and horses and kill gamo and provide a supply of jerk, Boono, all eager to catch a glimpse ot Flndley's para-dlsshouldered hla rifle and directed his course to the distant ridge dividing tho waters of the Rockcastle and Kentucky, and ascended the hlgn-eknob, called the Big XIIll, obtained a tlno vlow of tho gently undulating region which now compri7.es tho counties ot Garrard and Madison and thought ho could see, still further beyond, tho level region to discover which had so long been the darling object ot his thoughts by day, and bis dreams by night. With gladdened heart bo returned to camp and related his discoveries. Ouco ready to renew their Journey, they crossed the rldgo near tho Knob which Boone had ascended which was not tar from tho head ot l'aint Lie Crook, a small tributary ot tho Kentucky, on tho confines ot the present counties ot Garrard and Madison. They then bore more to the north-oas- t, striking tho waters ot Station Camp Creek, probably tho Red Lick Fork and mado their Station Camp." It was from a peak near this camp that Boone got his gllnipso of tho real Blue Grass country. James, R. Robertson. o, cans 10c per lb. smaller lots 12c Kldd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Btrea, Ky. U. 1. ROBERTS, Prop. st Do You Want to Buy a Good Blue Grass Farm ? Do you want to buy a good building lot in Berea and do as others have done, build you a comfortable home, educate your children and make a living? Or is it a common to medium farm you want at a moderate price for either cash or terms with easy payments, close around and convenient to Berea College ? It may be more convenient for you to buy some of the beautiful homes already built that I have for sale for my clients in Berea. Good enough for anybody. I have plenty of Real Estate in Madison and adjoining Counties for sale dt 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, ONLY ONE FARM IN BEREA Containing twenty acres ten original forestry, tenia onta and grass, buying an Inheritance. I havo resident property, store property, and building lots for sale in Berea, ranging In price from $160 up, Improved from 200 to 5.0OO. Also bluegrasB farina In Madison and (lurrard Co; mountain farms in Jackson A till Itoclt CttH t I ti COt I can suit you In farms anywhere lu prices from $1,000 to $20,000. acres, real blauk walnut blue grass land in Garrard Co. One farm of Wi Lick, j i2 miles westot Faintany onoKy. Thisu farm is nearly all in grass, well wanting splendid farm. improved, and will suit If you aro planning to buy Real Kstote, do not delay but write or call on me at onco for particulars and torins. -2 The Best Qualities of In flye cottnjres, four frontliiK Forest 8t. Investment In well selected real estate ingrowing communities Hure and snfo and best for small savings, Buy this property and you are are Staple and Fancy Groceries That the market can afford. Try a sack of our Lexington Cream Flour1 or Zarings Patent Flour, two of the best on the market. If we please you tell others; if not tell us. G. D. Room 4, Beit a Bank HOLLIDAY CX Tract Building awn st. W. I. DOOLEY BEREA, KY. lera, Ky. J. P. IICKNELL Page Six THE CITIZEN Ortmm. "It doesnt happen that yon opened It and scaled It again?" Senor Rodriguez stood staring at him blankly for a moment, then somo sudden apprehension was arousad, for a startled look came Into his eyes, and again ho reached for tho packet "Otos mlot" he exclaimed, "let me see, Senor." "Going to open It?" asked Mr. Grimm. "Yes, Senor. I had not thought ot It bofore." Mr. Grimm rose and walked over to the window wboro the light was better. Ho scrutinized the soaled packet closely. Thore were three red splotches of wax upon It, each Impressed with the legation seal; tho was without marks otherwise. Ho turned and twisted It aimlessly, ed Mr. Grimm. please the men Jnly 27, 1911 O i SERIAL STORY C isabel' By JACQUES FUTRELLE Jlttutrattonj H. KCTTIfER elusive i laiKHM Ma! 0jjrl, Wt.hr Tkom Down itua. tr ami M , J 8YN0P8I8. the national capital when a mtsspinpr fcrtnzs a note directing him to come to desk. the embaear at once. Here a Ibeautiful "Senor," he inquired pleasantly, young woman aaks that ahe Riven a ticket to the embaasy balL The tick- "your daughter and Miss Thome wore et la made out In the name ot Miss room yesterday afternoon?" Thome). Chlet Campbell ot the in this "Yes," replied the diplomatist as If ecret aarvlco, and Mr. Grimm, nil head detective, are warned that & plot ot the surprised at the question. Iatln racea aralnst the English speak-In- ir "What Umo, please?" racea la Drawing In Washington, and Qrlmm coca to the atato ball for They were "About threo o'clock. Information. In a conservatory his at- going out driving. Why?" tention la called to Miss Isabel Thome, a. soon who with her companion, "And Just where, please, did you X revolver shot U heard and continued Campbell and Urlmm haaten down the find that handkerchief?" hall to nod that Benor Alrares of the Mr. Grimm. Mexican legattyn, has been shot. A "Handkerchief?" repeated the dipdid It. tod Uiimm Is assured It was Mlaa Thome, lie visits her. demanding lomatist "You mean Miss Thorno's knowledge ot the affair, and there arrests a man named Pletro PetroilnnU Mlaa handkerchief?" Ho paused and reThome vtsKa aa old man. Luis;!, appar- garded Mr. Grimm keenly. "Senor, ently a bomb maker, and they speak ot a wonderful experiment Fifty thousand what am I to understand from that dollars In jrold la stolen from the office question?" of Benor Bodrljrues. tho minister from "It was plain enough," replied Mr. While detectives are Inveatl-satlVenezuela. the robbery Mlsa Thorns appears Grimm. "Where did you find that as a guest ot the ligation. handkerchief?" There was silence for an instant "In this room?" CHAPTER X. "Yes," replied Senor Rodriguez at el dlsap-peaswo-M- an Count dl Iloilnl. the Italian ambassador, ! at dinner with diplomat In and peered curiously at the various seals, after which he handed It to the frankly Impatient diplomatist Senor Rodriguez opened it, with norvous, twitching Angers. Mr. Grimm had turned toward tho sate again, but bo heard the crackle ot parchment as somo document was drawn out of the envelope, and then came a deep sigh of relief. Having satisfied his sudden fears for tho safety of tho paper, whatever It was, tho sonor placed It in another envelope and sealed It again with elaborate care. Mr. Grimm dropped Into tho swivel chair at the A Safe Opening. Together they entered the adjoining room, which was small 'compared to the one ther had Just left Senor Rodriguez used It as a private office, ills desk wag on their right between two windows overlooking the same pleasant little garden which was visible from the suite ot tiny drawing-room- s farther along. Tho safe, a formidable looking receptacle of black enameled steel, stood at their left, closed and lockod. The remaining wall space of the room was glren over to oak cabinets, evidently a storage place for the less Important legation papers. "Has any one besides yourself been In this room today?" Mr. Grimm Inquired. "Near the safer' Mr. Grimm persisted. "Yes," came the slow reply, again. "Just here," and ho Indicated a spot a llttlo to the left of the safe. "And whon did you find It? Yesterday afternoon? Last night? This morning?" last "This morning," and without any apparent reason the diplomatist's faco turned deathly white. "But Senor Senor, you are mistaken! There can be nothing I A woman! Two hundred pounds of gold! Senor!" Mr. Grimm was still pleasant about It; his curiosity was absolutely Impersonal; his eyes, grown listless again, woro turned straight Into tho other's faco. "Not a soul, Senor." was the reply. Mr. Grimm went over and examined the windows. They were both locked Inside; and there were no marks ot any sort on the sills. "Thoy aro Just as I left thorn last night," explained Senor Rodriguez. "I have not touched them to day." "And there's only one door," mused Mr. Grimm, meaning that by which they had entered. "So It would appear that whoever was hero last night entered through that room. Very well." He walked around the room once, opening and shutting the doors ot the cabinets as ho passed, and finally paused In front of tho safe. A brief examination ot tho nickeled dial and handle and ot tho enameled edges of the heavy doors satisfied him that no force had been employed the sato had merely beon unlocked. Whereupon he sat himself down, on the floor, In front ot It. "What aro tho first and socond figures of the combination?" he asked. cross-legge- "If that handkerchief had been "Thirty-six- , Mr. Grimm set the dial nt thirty-six- , and then, with his ear pressed closely (gainst the polished door, turned the dial slowly back. Senor Rodriguez stood looking on helplessly, but none the less Intently. The pointer read ten, then nine, eight, seven, Are. Mr. Grimm gazed at It thoughtfully, after which he did It all over again, placidly and without haste. "Mow, we'll look Inside, please," ho requested, rising. Senor Rodriguez unlockod tbo safe the while Mr. Grimm respectfully turned his oyes away, then pulled tho door wide open. The books had been piled one on top of another and thrust Into various pigeon holes at tho top. Mr. Grimm understood that this disorder was the result of making room at the bottom for tho bulk of gold, and asked no questions. Instead, ho sat Sown upon tho floor again. "Tho lock on this private compartment at tho top Is broken," he remarked after a moment "31, Senor," tho diplomatist agreed. "Evidently tho robbers were not content with only fifty thousand dollars In gold they Imagined g that else of valuo was hidden thore." "Was thorer asked Mr. Grimm naively. He didn't look around. "Nothing of monetary valuo," the jenor explained. "Thore were some Bomo-thln- then back to ten." 'The toek on This Private Compartment at the Top Is Broken." thore last night, Senor," he resumed qutotlr, "wouldn't you have noticed It when you placed tho gold In tho Senor Rodriguez stared at him a long time. "I don't know," he said, at last He dropped back Into a chair with his face In his hands. "Senor," he burst out suddenly, Impetuously, after a moment "It tho gold Is not rocovered I am ruined. You understand that better than I can tell you. It's the kind ot thing that could not bo explained to my government" Ho rose suddenly and faced the Impassive young man, with merciless determination In his face. "You must find that gold, Senor," bo said. "No matter who may be who may suffer?" Inquired Mr. Grimm. "Find the gold. Senor!" "Vory well," commented Mr. Grimm, without moving. "Do mo the favor, pleaso, to regain possession of the handkerchief you Just returned to Miss Thome, and to send to me hero your secretary, Senor Diaz, and your servants, one by one. I shall question them alone. No, don't be alarmed. Unless they know of the robbory they shall got no Inkling of It from me. First, be good enough to replace the packet In tho safe, and lock It" Senor Rodrlguoz replaced the packImportant state papers In there they et without question, afterward locking are there yet but no money." tho door., then west out A moment "None of the papers was stoten?" later Senor Diaz appeared. Ho re"No, 8enor. Thnre woro only nine mained with Mr. Grimm for Just eight packets they aro Caere yet" minutes. Senor Rodriguez entered "Contents all right?" again as his secretary passed on. end X "Yes. personally looked them laid a lace handkerchief on the desk. over." Mr. Grimm stared at It curiously for Mr. Grimm drow out tho packets ot a long tltae. papers, one by one. They were all "It's the same handkerchief?" unsealed save the last. Whoa he "81, Senor." reached for that, Benor Rodriguez 'There's no doubt whatever about made a quick, ,'nvoluntary motion toward It with Ills hand. "No. Senor, I got It by 1 Tbif oat's realed," commented Mr. "It's ot no consequence," Interrupt safer ' The first of ths men servants was In the room two minutes; the second the butler was there five minutes: ono ot Uie women was not questioned at all; the other remained ton minutes. Mr. Grimm followed her Into Dcst Rcsalts Secured by Hitching Team So That Drag Will Follow At Angle of About 45 Degrees Most Good Ob the ball; Senor Rodriguez stood thert REGARD ALCOHOL AS POISON helpless. Impatient tatned by Working Road Just After Rntn and "Well?" he demanded eagerly. Longer Drugged, Detter It Gots. In 8ome Cases Gives Little Evidence "I'm going out a llttlo while," reof Presence Until Strain Is Put plied Mr. Grimm placidly. "No on on Organism. has even an Intimation ot the affair please kcop the matter absolutely to Dr. Howard Dickinson, In an article yourself until I return." In tho Lancet, on the rotative ImporThat wis nil. The door opened and tance of exciting and predisposing closed, and ho was gone. causes in disease, expresses very deAt tho end of an hour he returned, cided opinions on tho question of alpassed on through to tho diplomatist's coholism In relation to tuberculosis. private office, sat down In front ot the Thirty years ngo, he says. In the locked snfo ngaln, and set the dial course of somo Inquiries on the pathat thtrty-slx- . Senor Rodriguez looked ological effects ot alcohol, I enmo upon, astonished, as Mr. Grimm pressed on evldcnco, which appeared to me tho soft rubber sounder ot a stethoconclusive and which has Influenced scope agnlnst the sate door and began later medical opinion, to tho offoot turning tho dial back toward ten, thnt this agent does not prohibit but slowly, slowly. Thlrty-flvminutes encourages tho growth of tuborcto. later tho lock clicked. Mr. Grimm With a view of ascertaining tho efroso, turned the handle, and pulled forts of alcohol In tho production of the safo door open. organic disease I applied mysolt to tho "That's how It was done." ho ex plained to tho amazed diplomatist admirable records of this hospital and by their means Instituted a detailed "And now, please, havo a servant hand my card to Miss Thorno." comparison between the postmortem Simple Road Drag for Farmer' Use. appearances of persons whose occu' brow-er"1 never saw two road drags that end, and the other two holes to corre- pations had to do with liquor CHAPTER XI. wcro made the same way nor two men spond with the two In tho front slab, men, potmen, waiters, and tho who operated a drag Just the same." Tbo slabs are then Joined together like and others whose railings necesThe tace Handkerchief. Still wearing the graceful, filmy remarked a road supervisor the other with stout stakes so that tho two sitated no familiarity with It, I romorning gown, with an added touch day. The statement comes closo to slabs are not closer than 30 Inches. lled upon tho general rule, as applied of scarlet in her hair a slnglo red the truth, and therein Is tho explana- Wedge the stakes In place, allowing to tho class from whence tho roso Miss Thorno camo Into the tion for tbo difference In results ob- the ends to protrude behind, to make hospitals draw their patlonts, that drawing-roothose vho get drink for nothing will where Mr. Grimm sat tained from the uso ot the drag and handles for lifting tho drag around. To complete tho drag place a brace drink more than tho waiting. There was curiosity In her the dlvorslty of opinion regarding its who havo to as shown In the drawing nnd tack a pay for It. That comparison. It Is manner, thinly veiled, but tho haunt- valuo, says the Pralrlo Farmer. If you want to secure the beat re- light platform on the top. Tho chain needless to observe, was not botweea ing smile still lingered about her Hps. Mr. Grimm bowed low, and placed a sults form the use ot tho drag hitch should be attached as shown. Don't liquor and no liquor, ono difficult to chair for her, after which he stood tho team so that the drag will follow build the drng too heavy; It can be place on a sure nnd sufficient founda for n tlmo staring down at ono slim, at an angle ot about 45 degrees. Then wolghtcd If It Is too light Follow tlon, but between moro and loss, based white hand at rest on tho arm of the drive down tho road with one horse these directions In making nnd oper- on the fundamental chaiactor ot (ha on each side of the whoel track so ating the drag and the results will be Anglo Saxon. Tho records to which I scat At last, be, too sat down. "I believe," ho said slowly, without that the loose earth will bo moved to- entirely satisfactory. havo referred presented In thirty years the preliminaries, "this Is your handker ward tho conter of the road. Come examinations or 149 traders In drink, to which I back the same way on the other side chief?" Ho offered the lacy trlflo, odd In de- of the road. It one round Is not SWEET CLOVER opposed tho same number of postmorenough to smooth tho surface and fill sign, unique In workmanship, obvioustem examinations of persons not so ly of foreign texturo, and she ac- tbo ruts, make another round, or as ASFOITILIZER Tho results with regard to many as nre necessary to bring tho decepted It. tubercle were striking. Of tho alco"Yes," sho agreed readily, "I must sired icsults. had tubcrclo of the lung Until Past Few Yearn Crop Had holic sixty-onforty-four- . ft docs not matter so much what Been Classed an Troublesome and of the have dropped It again." Weed by Many Now "That Is the one banded to you by Umo you work tho road although the With regard to other organs and strucSail Restorer. Senor Rodriguez," Mr. Grimm told most good Is dona right after a rain, tures liable to tubercle the brain, the liver, tho kidneys, tho spleen, tho bow, her. "I think you said you lost It In say as soon as the surfaco begins to I1y J. W OIUKFIN.) dry. The object Is to puddle tho surhis office yesterday afternoon?" clover Is fast coming to tho els, the mesenteric glands, and the Sweet face. Roads that are treated In this "Yes?" Sho nodded Inquiringly. as a soli restorer. Until tho peritoneum, every one of theso In the "It may Interest you to know that manner for a season become almost front few years It has been classed as alcoholic class displayed tubcrclo at past Senor Rodriguez's butler positively Impervious to water. a troublesome weed by many. I have least twlro ns often as In the nonidentifies It as ono he restored to you It must not bo expected that the been experimenting with different alcoholic Nothing could be more contwice at dinner last evening, between best results will be accomplished after clovers, for severnl years as to their sistent In associating tubercle wits seven and nine o'clock," Mr. Grimm one or two dragging. The longer valuo as cured hay, grazing and as a drink. went on dispassionately. tho road Is dragged the better It will crop to turn under aa green manure. Commenting on the abovo, at ths get Tbo Ideal contour may not be ob"Indeed!" exclaimed Miss Thorno. As cured hay, sweet clover comes annual meeting ot the Urltlsh Tcnv perance Association, Dr. J. M. Cowan "The senor Identifies It as ono he tained until the fourth or fifth time second to alfalfa. found this morning In his office," Mr. over tho road, although a difference As a pasturo sncet clover Is way remarks: Grimm explained obligingly. '"During can be noticed from the first In the ahead. On land that Is very thin and Alcohol, then, must bo looked upon tho night fifty thousand dollars In condition of tho road after rains. In which there is very llttlo humus. If as a poison, sometimes acting alone, gold were stolen from his safe." When the traveled part ot the road sown to sweet clover nnd blucgrass at others assisting the poisons of Miss Thome sat motionless, wait- Is as good as can be made then you thcro will be a good stand ot pasture organisms, or again, ing. nro ready to widen the highway. Do the second season and It pastured acting along with the waste products "All this means what?" sho lnqulr this by first plowing a shallow furrow lightly a heavy sod Is formed rapidly, of the body. It may In certain ensos cd, at length. down each sido of the road Just to the then after tho fourth season It may glvo llttlo evidence ot its presence un"I'll trouble you, please, to return edgo of tho dragged portion, throwing bo pastured regularly and It will con- til somo extra strain, Is thrown upon the organism, but when that extra the money." requested Mr. Grimm tho soil ot course toward tho center. tlnuo to Improve courteously. "No reaeon appears why Now pass along with tho drag and As a green crop to turn under I strnln comes tho parts and tissues that you should havo taken It nut I'm not spread this loose soli ovor the surface have not been able to And anything have been nffected by alcohol nre the seeking reasons, nor am I seeking dis- to tho road and at the samo tlmo movo near Its equal. Where sown thickly first to glvo way. Those who take al agreeable publicity only the money," It toward tho crown. Contlnuo In this It makes a very henvy growth to turn rohol nro reducing tho margin of their "It seems to mo you attach undue way until the crown of the road Is as under, and as this decays nnd Is con- reserve to n limit that may be toe Importance to the handkerchief." shs high as desired. The great advantage verted Into humus the nitrogen gath- small for any extra and spoclal call objected. of building a road in this manner Is ering bactcrlas that live on the roots that may bo made upon It. It Is for "That's a matter of opinion," Mr. that the surface Is packed as the road of the clover, releases the nitrogen this renroti that Insuranco companies Grimm remarked. "It would be use- Is made. Thcro aro never any soft that was gathered whllo tho crop was are so anxious to obtain total abstainers ns policy holders, and that they less, even tedious, to attempt to dis- plaices to bo found In such a road, growing. prove a burglar theory, but against It and consequently nits seldom form. The bitter taste that swcot clover look with a 10 per cent, suspicion upIs the difficulty Tho best kind of a drag Is made as makes against It some as most all on thoso who do ont nbstaln from the ot entrance, the weight ot tho gold, tho Ingenious meth- follows: Split a cedar post or ( the stock do not take to It readily, but uso of alcohol, however moderatoly od of opening tho safe, and tho as- end of a telephone pole, at least ten this bitterness, caused by a property they may use it. sumption that not more than six per- Inches thick, so as to get two half contained by the sweet clover known sons knew the money was In the safe; logs about 7 or 8 feet long. This Is ns cumarln prevents tho stock that Instructive Experiment. while a person In the house might better than to uso a plank. Pick out feed on tho clover from being bloated. Recent experiments to demonstrate good have learned It In any of a dozen the best half for tho front of the drag Hence, anything that makes-tho effect ot alcohol on nnlmnls. In ways. And, In addition, Is tho fact and about four Inches from tho end food Is a good fertilizer. which spirits wero given regularly ts that the handkerchief is odd, there- that Is Intended to travel In tho cenone pair of dogs and withheld from fore noticeable. A lace expert assures ter ot tho road, boro a Keeping Down Insect Increase. hole mo there's probably not another like at right angles to tho face of the slab. Kemoro and feed to tbo pigs nnd another "show," says Science, "that It In tbo world." and ot tho progeny ot tho alcoholic pair, Doro another bole 22 Inches from tho poultry all wormy vegetables Ho stopped. Miss Thome's eyes other end and still another In tho mid- fruits from tho garden nnd orchard twenty pups, bora In threo litters, sparkled and a smile seemed to be dle, ot tbo slab. to destroy tho Insects. Keeping tho eight wcro malformed and six born tugging at the corners ot her mouth. To prepare tho rear slab boro a grounds clean will aid In reducing dead. Tho normal pair produced sixteen whelps in three litters, ami not She spread out tho handkerchlot on twolnch bole C Inches from tbo ditch Insect pests. ono of these was boro dead, anil only her knees. During nn epl ono was malformed. "You could Identify this again, ot demlc of distemper ono ot the course?" she queried. first" "Now the servant, PLAIN DIRECTIONS GIVEN FOR IMPROVING COUNTRY ROADS a' post-morte- disease- -producing two-Inc- h ur The handkerchief the butler restored to me at dinner, after I lost one In the senor's office, might havo been cither ot these, or ono of ten other duplicates In my room, all given to me by I mean." sho corrected her MaJ quickly, "by a friend in Europe" She was silent tor a moment "Is that all?" "No," replied Mr. Grimm gravely, decisively, "I'm not satisfied. I shall Insist upon tho return ot tho money, and If It Is not forthcoming I dare say Count dl Roslni, the Italian ambassador, would be pleasod to give his pep tonal check rather than havo tho matter become public." Sho started to Interrupt; but he went on. "In any event you will be requested to leave, tbo country." Then, and not until then, a decided A boom stacker may be built any change camo over Miss Thome's face, A deeper color leaped to her cheeks, slzo to suit the height of tbo stack. the smile faded from her Hps, and The framework at the bottom Is made 'here was a flash of uneasiness In her of planks and may be 14 feet by 7 feet Strong braces run up to the smaller eyes. (TO BE CONTINUED.) platform (1) with cross braces to make them secure. In the center of Great Solvers of Problems. the platform there Is -- circular openTwu houis ot nonest, quiet solitude ing for the mat 3 Inches wider than and sllenco will shovel several barrets tho mast This will allow the mast full of mental and moral gnrbagt out to lean to the further corner ot the of you. And nothing else will do this stack from the unloading point and o walL "Yes." She thouchttully crumpled up the bit ot lace In both bands, then opened them. There were two handkcrcbletA now they were Identical. "Which Is It, please?" sho asked. If Mr. Grimm was disappointed there was not a traco ot It on bla faco. She laughed outright, gleefully, mockingly, then, demurely: "Pardon me! You see, It's absurd. BOOM STACKER IS DESCRIBED nlco-hollzc- d dogs died, and all savo one, wero seriously affected; nono ot the other dogs exhibited any serious symptoms ot dlscnso." Can 6erve but One Master. Tho use of wino, or nbstlncnco from It, Is no longer a private, but a social matter. All men aro now divided whether they will or not Into two camps. Some flght against tho use o! this worthless poison, both by won' and deed, ubstalnlng from tt them, selves, and not ontertalnlng their friends with It; othors support by precept, and still moro forcibly by ample, tho use of this poison. WK-ov- er thou mayest bo, thou canst no longer remain between two cajips; thou mutt Inevitably choooo ono or two courses either to resist drunkenness or to support It to sorvo God or mammon. Tolstoi. Liquor Shops In Normandy. Thero Is one liquor shop for nvery seventy Inhabitants In Norniunly. Taking account ot children and abstinent women and mon, If may be every llqctu- - doaloi Is supsame tlmo be held by the guy said tbat twenty-threat the peoplo. The ropes (h.b.) The mast or central pols ported by may be 35 feet long and sots In a dally bill of food and drink ot a worklngman, on the 17th of Janpivot In the lower platform. The follows; Throe llt1001. was boom (c) Is 24 feet long, and held uary, glasses, C as cents; coffve with tlo In place to tbo mast by the soinl-cl- r cular piece (e) and by an iron rod brandy, 11 cents; two absinthes, 10 two bitters, 10 cents; Madeira, that goes over the piece cents; (d.) The boom Is raised as the stack 8 cents; food (eggs, broad, cheese), Is built and Its position when stack 22 cents; coffee with brandy, 15 cents; Is finished Is shown by dotted lines two absinthes and two little gastes, 24 cents in all, 84 cents for drink ta to (f.) 23 for food e well-pai2 three-cornere- d d July 27, 1911 THE CITIZEN CABBAGE ALWAYS IN DEMAND Page Seven Cabbago Is ono of tho most universally cultivated of our garden plants. s Although It Is ono of tho coarser It flnda a ptaco in tho homo garden ah well as In the market garden and truck farm. In soma sections of tho United States cabbage Is extcn-stvolgrown as a farm crop. According to tho last census New York stalo grow more than 25.000 acres of cabbago; l'cnsylvanla, nearly whllo Virginia grew about TRAINING THE TOMATO VINES 11,000; 10,000 acres. Tho thrco states mentioned Practiced by Few, but If Done In Mid- 2,000 outrank all others by at least ncroi. No adequato estimate summer It Will Greatly Increase enn be placed on tho valuo of this Yield of Fruit. crop, as It fluctuates very decidedly both In acreage and In prlco, from Very few amateurs practice e year to year. tomato vlnci, but If thin It done Early cabbage is practically all conIn mid summer the yield of the fruit sumed as a groon vegetable. Tho late Is very grenlly Increased. crop, on tho other hand, Is handled as Extensive experiments at various a crop, fresh (experiment stntlons have developed and for vegetable, as a storage sauerthe manufacture of the fact that tho Incrcaio due to trimkraut. Cabbago Is always In demand, and under present conditions it is always available, either as tho product of a southern truck farm or a vego-tabley trim-min- GARDEN TWIN One of Most Universally Grown Crops and Finds Place In Home Garden and Truck Farm. JEREMIAH TRIED AND ACQUITTED Sudsy Stlool Utisa fr AspitS, 1911 Sptdillr Arrant ti for This Pspsr 28. I.K8SON TEXT-Jrrfm- lah MBMOHT VERSES-ll-- M. OOLUKN TEXT "Tho Lord In my lljht mil my salvation; whom shall I fcarf TRAD EIS SLOW BEREH Five Great Schools Under One Management PCR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PBOP-LTHE MOUNTAINS What Arc Your Talents? What 21rc Your Aims? Bcrca Has the Training That is Best For YOU. Then enter tho Lower Temperatures Help Retail Business Iron and Steel Still Lead In Activities. Now York. II. 0. Dun & Co.'s of Trado said. He-vlo- OR northern farm, garden, or storage house. Tho group of cultivated plants which bos been derived from the wild cabbage presents a greater diversity of form than that dorlved from any other slnglo ancestral typo. Wild cabbago Is a braid-leaveplant enjoying tho low. inolst areas near tbo seacoast of southern Europe. The most closely allied form now In cultivation Is the collard. The wide variation In tbo Kroup is illustrated by the diversity of form shown in collards, kale, tree cabbage, marrow kalo, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts. It Is almost beyond tbo bounds of reason to believe that all these forms havo been derived from a common parentage, yet such Is robust-growin- In no truck crop docs the character of tho seed count for more than In cabbage. It Is very essential that tho crop come to marketable maturity Single-SteTraining. early, that the heads bo uniform In rnlng Is great. At the Main station slzo and character, and that they this Increase reached as high as CO maturo so that the whole crop can bo per cent- - and the gain In weight woa harvested at two cuttings. The small very marked. In ono Instance reaching saving made by the purchase of cheap or Inferior seed Is usually paid for a IS per cent The plants were grown under ordi hundred times over In the lessened nary field culture and they were start- value of the crop. A grower can not ed In the greenhouse. April 1st. planted In the field Juno 1st and beaded sack Jury 24th. August 8th and Sep tember 6th. Of cenrse In milder climates this work should be done earllor. At ench trimming the leading branches were shortened about six inches and most of the side shoots below the Orst clusters were removed, the others being shortened, and the sunlight was thus freely admitted. Training tomatoes on wires to run from Ave to ten feet high, la becoming common practice. This method Charleston Wakefield Cabbage, Increases the yield, as the sunlight reaches all the fruit and makes pick- afford to risk his crop for to small a saving. The best seed that can be ing much coder. it is not difficult to train vines In obtained Is none too good, and any this way, and It can bo done In any thing short of this Is not good bus! ness. Without highly viable seed of a ordinary garden by means of wires. good strain, true to type, tho best results cannot be expected. HERMAN ONNES HAS ARRIVED Cabbage Is a crop which Is grown by every market gardener located Farmer, Measuring 8even Feet Two, within distance of an Is Here to Look Over Ground-Go- ing Important renter of consumption. The to Northern Statts. statistics of the distribution of tho cultivation of tho cabbage clearly Indl It looks as though the original of cate the fact that this Is ono of the the term "tall farmer" bad stopped most important crops grown by Into tho limelight to provo In the flesh market gardeners. the Spirit of a Jost. Ono Herman Tho counties near each of the Imfarmer, arrived portant centers of population of the Onnes, a middle-ageSteamship United States aro almost universally on the Koordam, recently docked, and, ac- credited with a considerable acreage cording to the ship's carpenter who of cabbage, thus showing that the gardeners of these regions havo given considerable attention to the producliS tion of this crop. wagon-haulind Holland-America- the fact. OfrfliT?) jSV t.l the 13th year of Joslah. soon nfter A Dig Order. began his first reforms; and he Progress in Iron and steel argues prophesied 40 yeara, to H. C tM, the year tlint the Templa was destroyed and Jeru- well for tho futuro. While improvesalem burned to the ground. ment la not pronounced consumers aro more disposed to cover requirements, Wo turn now from tho career and and mill operations arc steadily broadcharacter of a good boy who becamo ening. Evldcnco of tbo Increasing dea good king, to a bad young man who mand Is furnished by the placing of orbecame a bad king; whllo tho same ders for about 100,000 tons of steel prophot who aided tho flrst for 18 products for early shipments. years tried now to stem tbo tide of Selllng'Agents Cut'Prlccs. evil favored by tho other during tho Selling agents in tho cotton goods 11 years of his rclgn. Thirteen years of labors to mako his market have cut prices on goods to peoplo servo and obey God havo stimulate tho movement in all accumpassed since Joslah entered upon his ulations of odd lots. A drastic revigreat reform. The Pharaoh Nccbo of sion In bleached cotton, following the Kgypt marched along the seacoast of removal of restrictions on sluple 1'alcfitlno northward to meet tho prints, adds to tho uncertainty. Tho volumo of curtailment Is increasing. armies of Assyria. Foolishly and espousing the Assyrian cause, Export trado is still favorable and Joslah met him at Meglddo on the stocks aro relatively light. Dress plain of Esdraelon, was dofeatcd and goods and men's wear merchants aro killed. Professor Kent calls tbls dis- about opening their now spring lines aster unquestionably tho most tragic and prices generally show considerevent in Hebrew history. Tho reform able reduction, but buyors aro not party at onco placed upon tbo throne ready to proceed at tho new quotations sample Joslnh'a third son, Jchoahaz, 23 years and most of them are orderingfllllng-lold, evidently becauso he resembled pieces only or very trifling his father, but as soon as the victor- supplies. Shoes and Leather. ious Nccho returned from the EuphraConservatism Is displayed by wholetes ho roversed tho arrangement, carried Jchoahaz In chains to Egypt after salers In the footwear markets, ala reign of only thrco months, and left though tho movement Is expected to on tbo throno his elder brother, Ella-kt- Increase, as buyers are qulto numer Leather 2G years old, rightly Judging htm ous in tho Doston market. to be of a character moro suited ta Is a little moro active. Prices aro very In token of vassalage strong and tho lack of largo sales arc his purpose. Ellaklm changed bis noma (In form, partly due to tho disinclination of tanbut not In significance) to Jebolaklm, ners to sell much ahead of current re"Jehovah ralseth up." He proved to ceipts. Packer hides show somo signs bo a tyrant, of whom Jeremiah speaks of weakness, but no quotable declines always In condemnation. His mag- of account are recorded. Country nificent palace, built by forced labor, hides aro easy, but unchanged, while bis murder of tho prophet Uriah nnd the foreign markets continue Arm. bis persecution of Jeremiah show his Wholesale Business Slow. character. Joremlah was a natlvo of Anathoth, Bradstreet's letter said: a llttlo vlllacg three and one-haWhile trade sentiment is rather miles northwest from Jerusalem. His more cheerful, bated upon the Imfather was Hllklab, a priest (not the provement In crop prospects caused high priest who was Joslah's aid). He by rainfalls in sections badly In need was of a retiring, exquisitely sensitive of moisture, actual business at wholenature, and yet had a spiritual courage sale has been and Is still rather slow that triumphed over all weakness, nnd to expand. For this, conservatism as compelled his body to tbo most dif- to the fall outlook, some price uncerficult and dangerous duties. Ho never tainties, as in cotton goods, where failed. Ho was the butt of ridicule sharp declines In raw material havo and scorn. He was put in the stocks. brought abput revisions in tho goods He was markets; tariff uncertainties and the Ho was publicly whipped. misrepresented as an enemy. Ho was desire to obtain a clearer view of crop imprisoned several times. But ho kept outturn, aro all held contributory. right on. Business Failures. In the beginning of Jcholaklm's Dusincss failures in the United reign (D. C. 008) Joromlah makes on States for the week ending July 20, earnest appeal to tho leaders and the were 239, against 19C last week, 215 peoplo, almost like an Inaugural ad- in tho Uko week of 1910, 239 In 1909, dress, or the annual sermon preached 2C3 In 1908 and 155 In 1907. In Doston on tbo Inauguration of the Business failures In Canada for the governor of the state. The prophet week number 29, which compares with stands In tho court of.tho templo. The 22 last week and 32 In tho same week people not only of the city but of the of 1910. surrounding country are flocking Into The Export Trade. the court to Join In tho worship. The Wheat (including flour) exports was halting. Tho kingdom was reform and Canada for tho impoverished by the heavy fine of 100 fromweek United States 20, aggregate ending July of gold the talents of silver and one bu, against 1,801,083 bu. last (8220,000) which Necho bad Imposed. week and 1,047,247 bu. this week last was acquitted by the yoar. For the three weeks ending Jerusalem princes. They realized that he had July 20, oxports are 4,824,863 bu. .been the spokesman of God. Then against 3,801,270 bu. In tbo correspondsome of tho elders, tho leading people, ing period last year. Corn exports for instanced tho case of the good king the week arc 534.521 bu., againht Hozcklah. He did not slay the prophet bu. last week and 210,811 bu. in Mlcah, who boldly threatened tho de- 1910. For the three weeks ending of Jerusalem that its site July 20, com exports aro 2,408,929 bu., struction would become a plowed field, and the against 982,640 bu, last year. templo a heap of ruins, unless they repented. Hezeklah did not kill Mlcah, but on tho contrary ho led his poople to ropentanco, and the Lord averted need-lossly lt 898,-391 C. In Joalah Trado conditions quiet, but conditions are essentially sound. Better 77:1. weather throughout tho crop area has TIMIC Jolnh wns slain In battlo D. C largely relieved tbo apprehension KW. In tho Hit year of tils reign. Jeholttklm his son began to relcn the nbout tbo staple crops nnd lower temfirno year and reigned eleven years, II. C. peratures In tho largo cities have holp-c10 to C97. general business, especially retail PLACB Jerusalem and Jud.ih. JEUEMIAIt begin to propliesy D. C lines. !. d Are you not far advanced? FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent, Here yo will be placed with others Uko yourself, under a special teacher, and maka most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and tho' common branohes and bo ready to use them. You will havo singing, drawing, farm and household management, and frco Qno year In the Foundation School costs less than $90 and is worth f 1,000. Are you aiming to be a teacher? Then Join tho NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Olnsmore, Dean. Hero you will bo m trained that you will fear no examination, and you will be taught how to teach. The domand for Bcrca trained teachers far exceeds tho supply. Are you Interested in earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Mile E. March, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Course, Etc Here you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy doing things in a. superior manner. Are you desiring the next best thing to a College Course? Then tax two yoaxs or threo years in' tio GENERAL ACADEMY C0UR8E, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. Two years, or three years, in such practical studies as will fit you for an honbr-bl- o and useful life. You select your studies from such as tbeso: Physiology the science of health; Civics the oclcnco of government; Grammar tho art of correct speech and letter-writinEthics tho science of right and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general intelligence; Botany necessary for tho doctor and Interesting to every lady; Physics the science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc Do you wish to prepare to enter Collcgo? Start in tho BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Mahenyr Dean. Best training In Mathematics, Languages, Sclenco and History. Tjb Academy has its own and Men's Dormitory, and a latgo body of students of high character and ability, able instructors, and' use of Cot-legtext-bookBook-Bindinclass-rooms o Library and apparatus. Berea College The College itself stands apart from all tho other schools under Rs management and has long maintained tho highest standards knowoln the South. To conform to tho Carneglo standards we havo diminished our. tenner requirements! Required and electlvo studies with opportunity to concentrate! Largest collcgo library hi Kcntirclry. Laboratories) in particular lines. equipped for student practice. Courses leading to tho degrees of A. B., R. 8.. 13. L., and B. Ped. MUSIC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Volco Culture, Piano. Theory. Band, may be taken for special fees In connection with work In any of tho above schools. Questions Answered Berea, Friend of Working Student;. Berea . College, with ItstOfflllatcdJ schools, Is not a Institution. It requires certain, fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for students to earn and save in every way. OUR 8CHOOL 18 LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect: tho character and reputation of the young people. Our students come from, the best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For any who may be sick tho Collcgo provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parento In Bcrca llvo in Collcgo buildings, and assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except in win--, ter It is expected that all will havo a chanco to earn a part of their expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, "books, etc, vary with different people. Berea favora plain clothing. Our climate Is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrcllan and overshoes aro necessary. The Store, furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES aro really bolow cos!. The Collcgo asks so rent for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For tablo board, without cotfeo or extras, f 1.35 a week, In the fall, and J 1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but enco, and is returned when tho student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for raro of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction la a frco gift). The Incidental Feoffor most studonts is $5.00 a term, JG.00 In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 In Collemoney-making giate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fco and room rent by tho term, beard by tbo half term. Installments aro as follows: Vocational and Foundation FALL TERM School. Academy on tbo hay tedder. Do not forget to cultlvato tho trees set out this spring. Straight corn rows aro tho trado mark of a careful farmer. Shallow cultivation conserves the corn roots as well as the moisture. The Tallest Farmer. An early rapo patch full of hungry did the measuring with tho lead lino, pigs Is tho most profltnblo spot on the represented little less than two fath- farm. oms In height. Tho farmer is proTreating small grains with formalin ceeding to tho Northern States to look is too important to be overlooked by over tho ground, and It U suggested farmers. that bo need but "look" around to obTho essentials of a good road are tain an opinion as to the land In sev- good bridges, a dry road bed and eral states at one tlmo. Farmer grades as low as possible. Onnes modestly claims but seven foet Never cultlvato your land deep. two. Shallow and frequent cultivation Is always best. Make the top soil as fine Reasonable Care of Garden Crops. possible. your land for bogs Don't use all That final cultivation may mean ten and corn'und other general products. bushels more corn to the ncro and less Unite fruit and garden on part of It pigeon grass seed In the farmer's shoes and give It tho same careful atten- at husking tlmo. tion that you do your prlro stock. Oct ahead of the season in all garYou may bo surprised to find that It Is den work. Uy and by tho rush of the most profitable part of the farm, oUer things will come and a part of and tho part that gives the most sat- tbls work may be neglected. isfaction. I'lant a succession of beans, sweet corn, radlshos, lettuce and all other vegetables so that Cultivation Forestalls Drought. l)o not neglect to cultlvato tho sweet they may be had for use at all times The garden soli is too expensive potatoes. Keep up the cultivation and to 4lo Idle for half the growing mala tain the mulch. If this Is properly done they will stand a terrific season when It is capable of prodrofgbt and develop potatoes when ducing largo crops through all the growing season. the late summer rains come. i quick-maturinma-tcrl- The y rake has the edge saries of Jebolaklm, brought back and oxocutcd. This story is meant to show how serious Jeremiah's danger was and perhaps to contrast Jeremiah's faith and courage with the timidity ol Uriah, who yet did not escape hli enemies, but found a sad end. It is tho strong adverse wind that makes the kite fly high toward heav en, provided that It is held fast by its cord. Without the string the winds would simply blow it to 1U fall and ruin. A heart fixed In God and duty held fast to them by a strong faith can rlso to tho highest every usefulness, , can ovcrcomo temptation. nevlral work and decision days, wisely used, aro the most effective, of the common powers that tnovo to the choice of the better life. Ono of tbo strongest Influences against choosing tho right lios in tho gang spirit, tho power of a popular leader and a band of associates. Every child, Uko Uio young king of this lesson, Is born into a world where nany good influences and many bad ones aro awaiting his cholco of tho life bo will lead. To every child comes the message from God urging him to do right at any cost, showing him that there is only one way to a llfo worth living. Doubtless the normal way of chil dren in devotedly Christian families Is to come so gradually Into tho Christian llfo, to mako their decisions ! In small things, unconscious that these Out even these are really I oeed tho decision day Influences. o . to Egypt, was followed by tho emis- tho danger. Tho verses following toll us of another prophet who fled from dncger THE ED Incidental Fee Boom Board, 7 weeks Amount due Sept. 13. 1011 t Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911 f 5.00 5.C0 and Normal. f 6.00 7.00 9.45 College. J 7.00 7.00 9.45 $23.45- 9.45- - 9.45 Cincinnati family Grain Market do 2.40a 2.60. bard patent f 4.90a5.?5, do fancy J4.16a4.50. WheatNo. 2 r?d 83a84c, No. 3 red 80a82c. No. 4 red 72a7Sc. Corn No. 2 whlto 72a72,,4e. No. 3 whlto 71Ha72c. No. 2 yollow tiSHC84c, No. 3 yellow CSfcc, No. 2 mixed CSaC8VsC, No. 3 mixed UiaCSc. Oats No. 2 whlto 45a4G4c, standard whlto 3 whl'o 44a44c. 44a45c, No. Cincinnati Live Stock. Cattle Shippers $4.75a6, butcher steers, extra $5.S5a6, good to choice good $5aS,75, hcirors, extra $5.85a6, to cholco f4.2Ga5.3G, cows, extra $1.25 ai.Zb, good to cholco f3.50a4.15, J3.90a4.20. lov Flour Winter patents grade $3.90a4.20. f 20.05 9.45 f 22.45 9.45 $31.90 $31.40 $ COO Total for term If paid In advance WINTER TERM Incidental Fee Boom ard. O weeks ; $29.50 $23.00 $32.90-- $32.49 f C.OO C.OO f 7.00 7.20 9.0O 9.00 7.20 9.00 Amount due Jan. 3. 1912 Board 6 weeks, duo Fob. 14, 1912 f20.00 9.00 f22.20 9700 $23.20 9.0O Total for term If paid In advanc f29.00 $28.50 $3L2Q $30.70 $ 0.00 6.00 0.75 $17.75 6.75 $32,20 $31.70 $ 7.00 6'JOQ can-ner- SPRING TERM $C,95a7, Good to cholco packers and butchers mixed packers SG.8Sa9.9G, common to cholco heavy fut sows, pigs (110 lbs nnd less) J4.76aO.lG, S4.75aG.CG. Sheep Extra $3.50, good $3a3.40. to cholco Lambs Extra $7.16n7.25. nulls nologna $3.36 $l.G0a2.G0. n4.10, extra 84.1Ga4.2G. Calves Extra f7.G0a7.70, fair to good $G.50a7.25, com3.10.50. Hogs mon and largo Incidental Fee Boom f 5.00 4.00 0.7G Soard, 6 weeks 6.75 $18.75 Amount duo March 27. 1912 Board 6 weeks, duo May 1, 1912 $15.75 6.75 $22.50 $22.00 6g5 J 25.60 $25.00 Total for term If paid in advance f 24.50 $24.00 Cincinnati Miscellaneous. Poultry Hons. 120. spring chick ens 15al7c, ducks 10a'. 2c, turkeys 14c, gecso 6a7c. EC8J l'rlmo firsts 14c, firsts 13c. Iluttor Creamery, extra 2Gc; firsts 22c; fancy dairy, Apples Fancy, $1.60a2.25 ham-pecholco Jl.50a2.26 hampor. Carrots Homegrown 12',al6c u doz. Celery Michigan fl.G0al.75 crate. Eggplants Honey $3.76a4 $2.50a2.76 crate. emons California' crate. f4a5. Onions Louisville, J2.25a2.G0 bbl. Potatoes-East- ern Oranges f4a4.26 box. $4a4.25 bbl. Turnips 69.i75cbu. 18c. r, Plan Now, Come September I3th young man or young woman can net an education at Any Berea It thero Is tho will to do so. It ' a great advantago to start in the Fall and havo a full year of continuous study. Many young people wasto tlmo in the publlo schools golns over aud over tho same things, when they might be improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on now studies with sumo ot the best, young men and women from other counties and States. Mako your plans to come September 13th. For Information or friendly advice writo to tho Secretary. able-bodie- Walter Morton, bereh, ky; Page Eight. oononowoionoononowononononowonononononononotonog o THE CITIZEN. Is progressing nicely with a dnlk attondanco of from slxtyflvo to sovonty. Tho Travelers Rest Gray will play tho Bcattyvlllo team nt Beattyvllle, Saturday, July 29th.-ltur- rah for Tho Citizen and Judge O'Rcar. July 37, 191 sub-distri- ct 1. I g O East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else totttip4et U piMUbt ! sat lot pbllctlon, tit ''fit tTlienc In of " T tke wtitt. TH ( tool falti. MBit Writ. fUlaly. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY IIOONB JAUlvoun A ..t uuuflii SPECIAL NOTICE ISAACS. nnmrmv In the now Methodist church houso at Gray Hawk, on Tuesday night, Auj. 8, 1011, and will continue until Sunday night. On Saturday and Sunday tho church will be dedicated. All are cordially invited. Isaacs, July 21. We are havlnff ldonty of rain now, and crops an looking fine. Born to Mrs. Martha Baldwin, a flno baby girl. The Singing at Oreen Hill will continue for flvo more Saturdays and Sundays. Dan Allen lost a good work horse this week. Ho died of spasmodic colic J. Q. Allen purchabed a fine milk cow from M. Edwards for $40. Most protraccd meeting will begin farmers aro through cutting oats and grass. Oats and potatoes aro almost a complete falluro In this neighbor-- " Arch Baldwin Is on tho slcic list, and is thought to bo taking Bay Akeman has built a fever. ftorohouso near Neal Cope's and is celling goods there. Mr. Akeman bought Bob. Moore's goods, also Mr. Green Turkey's. Miss Ida Truett and Mrs. Jano York have gone to Berea to visit friends and relatives. Miss Susie Watson Is attending the She Teacher's Institute at McKee. will toach at Gray Hawk this year. Tom Brewer Is making tics for R. E. Taylor. There Is Sunday school at Pigeon Roost School houso every Sunday at 2 p. in. hood. is much Hurley, July sickness In this community. Mrs. Liziio McCollum is very poorly. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Itlley Uabbard, a fine boy, the 18th. George GabbarJ traded two yoke of oxen to a Mr. Deeso, from Clay County, for a youns mule nnd got t&O to boot. David and George Gabbard aro doing somo carpenter work for Wm. Baker at McKee. Several from this placo attended the ico cream supper at Thursday night. Mc-Ke- UUBLKT 22. There MADISON COUNTY Kingston, July KINGSTON 22. Miss Margaret Botkln8 of Berea was the gueBt of Miss Eva Lewis, Tuesday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Peters, a girl. Miss Hattle Hutchinson, of Richmond, who has been visiting hor cousln, Miss Laura Murray returned home, Monday. Miss EUjel Azbill, of Richmond, Is spending the weeU with her cousin, Mrs. Alex Abzlll. Mr. Eager of Beattyvlllo Is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Mark Flanery. Mrs. Maud Settle and Mrs. Julia Mau-pl- n were the guests of their brother, Arthur Illddell, of Paint LIck, Mr. and Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Joo Terrlll are rejoicing over the. arrival of a girl, on the 13th. Miss Ethel Flanery began her school n In here, Monday, with Messrs. Chas. Powell attendance. and Tom Ballard made a business trip to Richmond, Thursday. Mlss-iJcssio and Lydia Young were shopMrs. Mike ping In Berea, Tuesday. Noe, of Paint Lick, was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. George Moody, the first of the week. Mrs. James Gllmore Is visiting her mother near Dreyfus. fifty-seves Boone, July 24. Mr. Joo King and father's, Mr. Jos. Sparks of this Bcttlo Poynter were quietly place. Miss Gentry went Mis Delia married, Saturday. Wo wish them a home, Sunday, after nu extended long and happy life. Mrs. Huff, o' lstt with her aunt, Mrs. Wllllo very 111. Born to .Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Arvlno Snider, Is Mrs. Nuto King, on tho 21st, a boy. wero the guests ot tho latter' Mrs. Harry Woodall returned ftom parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jess McGcorgo, Sunday. Mrs. Hardy Is Illinois, a few days ago, ntter a William very sick at this writing. Misses pleasant visit with her sister, Mrs. Ncttlo nnd Bess Wngors, of Richmond, Ida Huff. Messrs. J. 11. IJxinUerl, wera visited relatives hero a few days last W. M. Gadd, aud A. D Lovctt Berea visitors, Saturday evening. neck. Earnest, tho llttlo boh of Mr. and Mrs Ambrose Wagers, Is very N. J. Coylo, ot Berea, was In this Dr. sick. Quito a number of peoplo from vicinity ono day last week. Davis, of Berea was In Boono lnst this plnco attended tho baptizing at wook. Rico Lamb, of Duluth visitCrooked Creek, Sunday ufternoon. Lydia Miss Mary Wilson was tho guest of ed friends hero lost week. Lovctt nnd Talltha Coylo attended Miss Kato Moorcs, Saturday night and Sunday. Misses Nettle Scrlvner church at Macedonia, Sunday. Cora and Pearl Hill, of Berea, wero tho crops look fairly well In this section, visited Mr. Wren, of Morgan guests of Miss Katherlno Wagera friends at this place from Friday till last week. Sunday. Mrs. W. II. Lambert mado CLAY COUNTY a business trip to Berea last week. V1NK Dr. Oldham, of Oklahoma, has been Vine, July 23. School at this plow visiting relatives at this placo. Mrs. began, last Mondny, with Mr. John Jess Wren Is on the Blck list Llttlo Mrs. Rebecca Lewis as teacher. Mary Levett Is quite 111 at this writBrowning and son, George, aro visiting. Mr. J. H. Lambert sold a milk ing friends and relatives at Loudon boards having large discretionary cow to J. Huff, a few days ago. and Farrlston. The Infant child of Important facMr. and Mrs. B. B. Chastcen attend- powers aro necessarily William Pennington Is very 111. Miss tors In school government. As tin ed church nt Macedonia, Sunday. Julia Ferguson made a business trlu cannot rlso higher than Its VVII.1IIK Esther London, to this week. t uuurcp. so tho ability and usefulness Ferguson ot Cartcrsville Is visiting Wlldle, July 25. Mrs. Eliza Hlatt of tho Co. Boards cannot rlso above parents and relatives at this placo. died at her home at this place, July tho collbro of tho averago of the trus Tho debating society will be called (o 12th. Sho leaves a husband, two chil- tecs who make them. Bo cartful and order at the Falling Timber school dren and n host ot friends to mourn do not let any man bo put in as a house on Thursday night, Aug. 3. her loss. Mrs. Ann Richardson, of tiusteo becauso ho has a sister, broMinnie Matthews of Sturgeon Is Madison, Is visiting her uncle, Mc ther, aunt or cousin who wishes to visiting her sister, Mrs. Mary Whlty-mor- L. T. Stewart, at this place. Mr. iK'como a teacher. Such teachers an of this place. and Mrs. Gilbert Dally, of Conway, almost Invariably employed at tho 1IUUN1NG sritlNClB visited friends hero, Saturday and expense of tho children's Interests Burning Springs, July 21. Tho Sunday. Miss Bello Jones who has and this I nm fully satisfied has been public schools of this place opened, been In tho Berea hospital for,sonic ono of tho fruitful causes of present the 10th Inst; with a full attendance tlmo has returned to her home ut 'conditions. Do not let sympathy, and much Interest on tho part ot this place and Is rapidly Improving. charity or friendship comi In between parents and our efficient and ener Mrs. H. H. Wood was In Richmond, the children nnd their rights; to do getic trustee, Luther Webb. Addresses last week. Mrs. Sarah Marct visit- - so Is to prostltuto those noble quail- were mado by the teachers, Prof. Ro binson, principal, tho Misses Powell and Haagen, and some of .the parents. The attendance has been good thus "It is a melancholy fact that easy credit is a far. Prof. Robinson's children from temptation which many men cannot withstand. Indianapolis are visiting him. They visited the scliool this morning. A The more readily they can borrow to 'tide over,' number of Improvements are being the more tiding1 they need. The debt habit, once made about town. A neat porch has fastened upon a man is exceedingly hard lo cure. been built to the dwelling now oc In lessening his chances of success, impairing his L. by T. C. McDanlel.J. cupied and lowering his character it is second Rawllngs has begun tho erection of a large store itueuen .sieuamei only to drink and gambling. We wish every young has had a chimney built to his house. man could get these facts immovably fixed in his Miss Eversole, of Manchester, Is l'r 00001OHOOJ01OJOJ0OH8H Ar-vin- e. trustees aro tho Tho very foundation stones ot our common scliool system. If these stonert ere rotten or faulty, you cannot havo n snfo and satisfactory structure. Such exactly Is our condition, Just as effect follows cause. Now fellow Kcntucklnns! Fathers! Mothers! Patrons! of tho schools, nil, It la readpower to remedy ily within your many ot Hie Ills which afflict our schocl pyxtcm, and you can do It with llttlo troublo and no expense. Hum? By lotting together In rach sub district and resolving to put Into tho oflke of trusteo tho broadest mlmloil, n'cst lovel headed, most active and Incorruptible man In tho ontlM II strict. You wilt not, ns n tulc, find hltn asking for tho place. Ho will, If suspecting whnt you want, moro likely bo "taking to tho woods," but no matter, select him nnd then tra'w III 111 serve. Such a man will bo a wy mnn nnd will havo many excises, tut by persistence and Insistent persuasion you will get through hie "hard pan" and down where he roa'ly lives, and there you will find a patriot, who seeing his duty, will do it. In nitilltlnn In pftrh nnn nt thi 'duties devolving on this trusteo, concerning his Individual school and which no ono else can do, and which must and will go undone It he falls, theso trustees havo In their hands tho mnke-u- p of the Coun- ty Boards ot Education and theso sub-distri- dortakon to meet this demand by offering free scholarships to young women In nil parts of tho country. Room, board, laundorlng, Incidental expenses, special financial assistants nnd railroad faro home on completion of tho Course, aro provided, length of Course two years. Also u 8pocl.1t Short Courso nnd a Homo iStuiy Course for thoso wtio must quickly proparo for Tho Philadelphia School for Nurs-- s Is a benelovent Institution conducted without hope of gain or profit in tho Interest of nmbitlous young women. Readers of this pnper can got full Information by writing tho School nt once. sclf-(upio- BEAUTIFUL DEEDS llko beautiful Beautiful flowers deeds aro Scattered along ths pathway of ours; Though wo heed them not, they brighten each spot, And'jwrfume and gladden our weary hours. Tho fragrant roses nlong this way Aro helping the needy day by day; 'Hie dear little violets, loved so well, .Aro tho small kind deods that I'l homoly lives dwell. Tho stately lilies that ties and produces poison In tho blood. Tho liver nnd other organs work hard to carry off this poison, but a great deal of It remains nnd produces tho feeling of fatigue, rheumatism, and finally death by Internal poison which Is called Professor Chlttcndon of Ynlo has found that. In training for athletic contests, peoplo do much better when they omit all meat and heavy vegetables llko beans from their diet. Dr. Paulson proves to us that man was not mado to cat meat. Man Is llko tho g nnlmnts In having largo sali vary glands In tho mouth and a very long alimentary canal. But tho Doctor has to admit that human beings hnvo four meat cnt-In- g tooth. 1 admit his doctrlno w far ns to bcllovo that ment ought not to bo eaten In largo quantities, ohpoclally by persons who aro already matured In their growth. It would plenso anyone to see how good a table Is set at tho Sanitarium without meat, and one who eats hero; for n few days comes to have a neir nppetlto for tho grnlns, fruits and vegetables. There Is a long list of noted and useful ooplo who havj Rotton now leaso In life from this nuto-toxlherb-eatin- path, adorn this Aro tho souls we savo by tho hand's friendly clasp. Mrs. G. W. Hook, Berea. FAIRCHILD NEWCOMER -- bit-ear- o, Tho friends In Berea of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Falrchlld, who formerly resided here, will bo Interested to loam of tho marriage of their daughter, Adclaldo Satlra, to Mr. Victor Ernest Newcomer ot Rutherford, N. J. Tho happy event occurred at the summer homo of the Falrchllds In Still River, Mass., on the afternoon of July 15th In the presence of Uie family guests. and a few Invited Relatives expected from a diBtano wore prevented from coming by the cxtrcmo heat. llio ceremony was followed by n reception at which light rvfrcshmentr were served and soon afterward tho happy couple departed for their Nv Jersey home. Tho ClUzen Joins with other friends in hearty good wlidies for the young peoplo. Sanitarium. Tho great thing about Dr. Paulson. however, is not dlscoverhs In diet, or his courage nnd Ingenuity In puttlnx In practice all tho scientific knowi- idgo of modern days, but In his decn lellglous nature. Ho Is a man of prayer, and a man of deep convic tions, and n man of overflowing love foi nil humanity. Ho Is surrounded by a group of earnest and able helo- ors, but the Sanitarium known tho difference when tho Doctor himself Is away on a lecturing tour. Last night ho conducted the vesper service, nnd 1 self-respe- ct 1IAKTS Harts, July 24. The rains are do- ing much good to crops that were almost ruined. Corn and beans aro looking fine in this neighborhood. Death reached the homo of Mr. Jno. Collins, Friday night, at 12 o'clock, and took tho father away. Mr. Collins was 72 years old and a member Baptist church, ot tho Mecedoula lie leaves a wife and 13 children to mourn his loss. Ho was burled in tho VanWlnkle grave yard. Roy Gadd, who has been working In Hanilltou, for two months, returned home, Monday, July 25th. Miss Ella E. Laka Is now attending tho teacher's Institute at Mt. Vernon. Most everybody In this vicinity has an uttacic of colds. Mr. Reuben Hart's daughter, of Villa Grove, 111., 1b visiting friends and relatives hore. She will. also visit Mr. A. C. Hart ot Dlspu-tanta- ESTILL COUNTY Locust Branch, July 21. Wo had u good rain hero Sunday and tho crops are looking flno. Mrs. Molllo Blck-ne- ll has been on the sick list but Is somo better. John Lunsford began his school hero the 10th ot this month. Drummers huvo been plentiful hero this week. The meu hero are through with their corn crops and uro working In tho hay fields. Black berry picking Is almobt over. Davy Denny who has been blck for two weeks Is bfcltcr. Grace Gentry and Clara Bowling visited Mrs. Vernle Collins, Saturday and Sunday. locust iiitANCii vaii:uhvii.i.i: Wagersvllle, July 21. Mrs. David, of Boreu, Is very blck at mind." visiting in town, today. Everett, the Murra'y, youngest son of Mrs. Mary Is having some trouble with his "eyes. Mrs. Willie Rice, of Jack's Brancn, has had a paralytic stroke. Sirs. Zel-l- a Tankersley Is planning to visit her ed her daughter, Mrs. Henry Catron, Rey home In Hamilton. Chas. Thompson, at Stanford, last week. Mrs. A James, visit who spent part of tho summer at nolds and her brother, Mr. ed her father near Brodhead from tho homo of his father-in-lato his home, here. Monday until Tuesday. Mrs. Allen Hart, has moved James Jewell, a recent graduate of Burdette has been very sick. the Normal Department of Berea College, was a delegate to the RepubliSUBDISTRICT TRUSTEE can Convention at Louisville and re ports a very Interesting time. He An Office of the Greatest Importance has charge of the Lochyr school. Election to be Held soon kick There will bo an educational meet the Best Man in the Community for ing hero, August 2nd. The ladles the Place. The of the town will servo luuch. fin the Gth day of AugUbt theio weather continues dry. The corn and needing rain very will be chosen a school trustee in late pasture aro of every much. Fruit Is plentiful nnd It I each ono of the good quality. Potatoes as well as county in tho State. Tho number Pi of oiw other vegetables are almost a total Jefferson County will exceed counhundred and the total In all the failure. thou-tan- d ties will probably exceed ten OWSLEY COUNTY quite an arni thin. Beforo th-- J The Citizen has a letter from Cort- Sullivan Law was onacted about three land with no name signed. Wo do not j ears ago, there were three trustee.! publish anonymous letters. We must chosen In each of theso districts, say responsible authors for all uround thirty thousand; of this num have items published somo one upon ber, It was bald, five thousand whom wo can fall back If there 14 could not read or write. Do wo need to go farther to find cause for anything wrong. NKIIASTIN tho languid prosperity of tho Slate? Sebastln, July 22. Rev. Buck Fot. Each trustee has in charge from ot Beattyvllle, began his meetings at firty to one hundred pupils. Ho is Lucky Fork school houso today. Thi ennrged with their proper nnd commeetings will last ten days. School fortably healthful housing, the selecbegan at Lucky Fork, Monday, July tion ot their teacher and tho general 17th, with Chester Baker as teacher. oversight of the school. It Is reliaMrs.yMargaret Rico was culled to bly stated that mauy of theso actGabbard, yesterday, ou account of ing trustees do not enter their ichools tho Illness ot her daughter, Mrs. W. moro than onco or twice a year, tf i esti. B. Wilson, sheriff of low tus tills tlllco fallen In the P. Gabbard. Owsley County, mado a trip through mation of the people in boiuo sechere, Thursday, and sixmt tho night tions of the State, thnt It Is diffiat the homo ot Mr. and Mrs. Wllso.i cult to get any ono to serve. I was Gabbard. MUses Lydia Gilbert and present at tho first meeting of ono Jane Caudlll visited Miss Etta Gab- o; tho district boards of Jefferso:i County under tho Sullivan Law. bard, Friday. When wo wero talklug over tho ImTUAVKLLKUM, IlKhT July 20. We aro provement of school conditions, oue Travelers Rest, trustees nroso and having somo good rains and u splen- of tho tald, "Gentlemen, for God's sako. did crop ot corn looks promising. and holn me. I am hero, elect- W. P. MlnU-- r Ib repairing Mr. Harvo Price's dwelling. Dudley Wilson has od by one vote and I hnd to go out Jubt returned from a business trl;i and bring that man In to vote lor to Louisville. Rev. G. B. Bowman mo, so llttlo Interest do tho peoplo flllod bis regular appointment at tako In thBlr bcIiooI affairs." Moore's school house, Sunday. Dry It seems as If tho management of Fork baseball team played tho our educational matters might bo team an Interesting game on likened to tho building of a house tho Travelers Rest ground, last week. wherein tho builders givu all attenScore 4 to 2 in favor of Dry Fork. tion to tho roof and upper part, IgMisses Nettle and Ruthford Barker noring completely tho foundation upon mado a business trip to Boonevllle, lilch the security and welt being of Wednesday. The school at New Hopo tho structure depends. sub-dlsrlDd-vlu- ties to an lguoblo end. Let merit alone bo tho measure ot the teacher and trustee. Once you get this kind of mon In office throughout tho State, they will find a way out of alt our maze ot difficulty. Now here Is r. I lain duty, easy of accompllbhment and absolutely with no money cot. Will you get up aud do it, or will jou sit Idly by and let It go undone? Will you allow another year of Indifference to the plainest and most pressing of duties pass, thus cheating beveralr hundreds ot thousands of children out ot their birthright, which is tlmo and opportunity to get an education whoreby they may meet more successfully the rough nnd hard bat tie with tho world, which so Inevitably awaits them? What shall the answer bo? and consequently "what shall thu Harvest hoT" mado up my min t hn comes to Berea wn will have him give a Bible reading ns well as a talk on Hygiene. Me spoke of the benefit that comes to us from comparing ono Bible passage with another, showing how the story ot Moses In tho Old Testament was Interpreted by Stephen and Paul In the New Testament. And thou he read the C9th Psalm which throws light ukii tho character and feeling ot Jesus which we do not get even fiom the Gospeln. The disciples slept while Jesus pussed through his great est agonies, and these agonies which are not pictured in the Now Testa ment arn brought out In this C!Uh NEWS OF THE WEEK Psalm and others. The disciples (Continued from ft rt pm&t) would have lea mod somo wonderful things If they had not slept while dredged out and an effort being nnv'e Jetus prayed. to recover tho bodies of tho satloiM "We cannot forget," said Dr. Paul-withat aro known to be In tha wrc:k "that wo must furnish people Eleven havo so far been taken o r. who come here something moru than but nono ot them can be Identified. baths and diet; they nood religion. The Koile who come to the SaniLETTErTrOmTrES? FROST tarium aro people who never expect(Continued from first page) ed to come; they have met with disappointment nnd are luisnlng through the great thing lb a study of foods. trials and anxieties. Religion Is K"i This is something which tho ordi- lor every day life, and adds a brightnary doctor scorns or neglects. When ness to every Joy, but In life's sorrows a doctor does make a few suggeswe Just hnvo .to have It." that the next time terost In tho selection of a trust) Itecauso you havo no children to send to school. This docs not lessen th'i responsibility, except In u temiorary and selfish way, because your neighbor's children lu tho next generation, or In a very few years, will beconi'i men aud women who tuko up the responsibility of citizenship. Sonw ot them wilt bu in office, and when you educato your neighbor's children, you aro elevating your own community and performing a God given duty to humanity. In ono word, the election of n good, well qualified You may say you havo 110 li trusteo Is your mot Important ul civic duty at ttilb tlmo. Respectfully Bubmltted In behalf ot tho LouIbvIUo Commercial Club Committee. JOHN B. MCFEURAN, Chairman, NURSING A AS A CAREER World Wide Call Provided. , Free Training It Is said that nursing la one of the most inviting fields of human service and that Its financial return kurimsses any other occuputlou oiien lo young women. It develops all ths nnd natlvo graces of womanhood leads tho way to positions of trust mid Influonco. Tho demand for moio nurses is a world wido call, Tho Philadelphia School for Nursss, located In Philadelphia, Pa., has un- - tions regarding the diet of his patients, he does it In a timid aud for sale-VfS- msb acres apologetic way, and little attention go west, I will Having decided to Is paid to It. 1 have myself known cases In which patients have been offer for salo my entire estate, of 3 farms located In Madison absolutely murdered by their friends who Insisted on giving them things County, on the water of Silver Crewk to eat which the doctor had forbid- two miles north of Hero. Tho home placo contains 2G acres, den. Those of us who have studied Phys- U ono and halt miles from Berea oa iology, or thought about tho matter, tho Kingston pike, one ot the nicest kuow that tho human system 1b qul'.i little homes In the County. It has machine. It U a very a nice two story dwelling with seven a complicated v.ondcrful thing that can run for 70 rooms, a good well In the porch; jcars, renewing Itself All tho tlmo smoke houso; barn, 40 feet long; bugand furnishing a convenient and gy shed; 2 good gardens and a flno beautiful dwelling place for the soul. orchard ot 1C0 bearing fruit trees Ot course, the great thing Is the of tho choicest varieties. Tho whole process ot digestion. We lake In Is well fenced. Tho second tract ot IMS acres In food of various kinds and someho.v thls fopd Is transformed Into blood, ono ot tho best stock farms In Madinnd the blood pumped to all parts of son. Being located on both sides of tho body where it renews the worn Silver Creek, its water supply never out particles and carries off tho wastu fulls and It grows any grain that can matter. Several ouiids aro taken In bo grown in the County. Will produco every day, used as we may bay for 10 barrels of corn In any ordinary fuel to keep things going. The refill) season. It has 2 small substantial ot tills food, and thu worn out parti- houses; 2 good barns nnd out buildcles from all over the body are vast ings, good gardens; a nice spring and out. The Intake Is partly from tho a now cistern. This farm borders on food and luirtly tho nlr, untl tho tho Kingston plko and ou the County refuse pabseu out partly lu the road and could bo easily divided Into breath, partly through tho pores ot :' good farms with outlet for each. the skin, nnd (tartly through the bow- 00 acres aro In corn, balance In smnll els. Kraln. All under good fenco. This seenm a blmplo story, but it Tho 3rd tract ot ol acres Is near U a very wonderful ono an actual tho home placo. It has a small dwelmiracle; that corn can be transformling, a good new barn, CO feet long; ed Into flesh and brain cells. furdou and nice youns orchard. Hero Now, Dr. Paulson, nnd the pcopl Is tho chance to gut a good farm at Battle Creek, who are associated cheap. Will Belt It separato from tho with him, havo made a special study rest but must sell tho others flrt. of food, but what Is moru Imiiortaut, Por further Information call on or they are trying to put lu practice all write to, Ploabant Evaus, Berea, Ky., tho principles which they and othem R. R. No. 1. There aro three havo 'discovered, kinds ot food proteld, which builds chlefl,' "For God's Sake Do Something tho body, and Is furnished ntv inw fry in meats aud heavy vegetables, llk. book Inouritowanwrti'FUbuM beans; futs which warm tho body, lilrtrlct AttunMBlmauii und aro furulshed in cream gruvlu, vyumn, 1 urn nm mi lontl lndlctme at ot thm nuts und vegetable oils; and carbo4 hit HUv IrtJo rror puUUhM. It UIU bow hydrates which furnish energy an I Uioiu&niU cf young girl mrm jurea f root comu to us chiefly lu grain, fruits goM nnutlly and wfu nta IllaoCaiMMM. 7, everything that conund vegetables, Hit I Inquirer Mil, 'OI ul tains starch or sugar. klU M T4 U tU nort baltftill It 1mmU to n4 Now, thu great discovery has beon cllM liwuuiullaifma that inobt peoplo taku too much pror UX) mm ll..ft.kU teld food. Proteld acts differently I.W. But unu (a DM. MWfc. S4 IM f HMMW l In tho body from other foods. It ! fi iwur MrMa pen there Is too much It virtually putri con-sitti111 ! O--