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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 3, 1011 Knowledge Is power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. to tlie Interests of" tlie Moirntetin 3?eo;ple Ono Dollar a year. Vol. XIII. No. 5 GOOD SHOES GOOD SERVICE Once you get an idea of DOUGLAS SHOES quality and service we confidently count on your return for more. DOUGLAS SHOES are better because they are better made. There is polish and refinement to them. When a customer wants real character in his shoc6 it is a satisfaction to show him DOUGLAS SHOES. We have opened up our fall line and have them in all the newest styles. . BILL AND HIS NEIGHBORS There Is such a thing as having eyes and seeing not and having cars nnd hearing not, and, for one who believefl this possible, it is not diflicuH to conceive Hint many may have brainsand mnke but littlo use of them. Wo recently called nt the homo of n drummer, nn old friend who makes points on tho Cumberland Vnllt-- Branch of IheL. &N.,nndhe was telling us of tho car loads of potatoes ho sells and has shipped in to supply tho great demand at the many mines in Knox nnd Boll counties. We did not need to ask what the farmers aro doing up there. Wo knew too well. They could supply that demand for potatoes and vegetables but it does not seem to have o ecu red to them. The fact is, we only know of one man in tho entire region who seems to havo intelligently grasped the possibilities of the situation. He is the only one that we know who hns made his operations conform to the demand. What the others are doing the following incident will serve to show: We wero on our way tn the county seat Inte on a Saturday afternoon when we met an acquaintance of the days before the railroad. Worn out with his week's work ho was enduring an uncomfortable seat on the bark frame of his wagon. On some boards on the back of the frame could be seen a sack of flour and part of a side of meat, and, swinging over the narrow seat on which he Bat, was a sack which held a supply of sugar and coffee, some calico nnd a pair of shoes, "Hello, Bill, how are you?" we ventured as we approached. "Only tolable," was the reply. And we both stopped to renew the acquaintance of years gono by. "What aro you following now doing any farming? were our next questions. "No, the farm's got so's it's not much account nohow, and I'm just sorter letin' it grow up. Got a few acres in corn. Been givin' most of my time to login' and haulin' ties and bark for the last two or three years. "Making any thing?" "Not much. Just sorter livin' from hand to mouth. Takes about all I can git each week to keep the wngon in fix the roads is so bad and feed my team and bring home a little bread and meat for Mary and the childern." The conversation continued for some time but this is enough to relate. It shows clearly the mistake that Bill and most of his neighbors have made, and from it can be seen the end for all of them poverty worse than before the railroad came, for their timber is gone first the fine poplar, then the oak, and lastly the tie and bark timber went went for a song. And the coal is gone not yet out of the hills but out oflhe possession of Bill and his neighbors. Devastation in the name of development baa swept over the country, and Bill and his neighbors, having forgotten their farms and gardens, lured from a real and ever growing source of thrift the only avenue to prosperity certainly theirs by the willo' the wisp of a daily wage for wagon and team or man and coal pick, will soon be "totin" the family supplies back to the ramshakle home in a paper tack, and not because they hare not worked but because they failed to recognize the opportunity thai offered because they, having brains, failed to use them. Prosperity for the MountainsI New railroad lines are thread-in- g every river and creek valley. Great towns are being laid out over Filthy night! Jenkins, for instance: JYnnVnf lumber campsl mining camps! Prosperity for whom? Not for Bill and his neighbors, but for the unscrupulous capitalist who cries 'development," meaning all the while, "devastation." Yes, there is prosperity for Bill and his neigh-borbut only on condition that they answer the demands of the pro. ductive and not the destructive market only on condition that they stick to their farms, study farming methods and conserve their resources use their timber only as they need it or as it ripens; only on condition that they use their brains. s, Little and often is what fills ttefurse. I'ew tire the fortunes made hy "lucky strikes." ' Any man with the inclination to save should come to this bank and start nn account, no matter if it be but $1.00. We teach you to save. We make it easy to save. We lend encouragement. We pay you to save. We allow 4 per cent interest on savings and compute the interest twice a year. Money deposited on or before the 3rd dayof the month is entitled to the full month's interest. Berea Bank & Trust Co. 'OFFICERS Vice-Pre- A. Isaacs, Pres. J. W. Stephens, s. John F. Dean, Cashier FAMILIAR LETTER FROST FROM PRES'T NEWS OF THE WEEK R. R. COYLE CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE KIHST PAGE IK OUR OWN STATE Editorial. News of Week. In Our Own State, rrwddent Front' Letter. Mora About lloono. SECOND I'AGE General News. Temperance Notes. Til I HI) l'AOE News for Young People. Kentucky Nows. FOURTH PAGE Locals. FIFTH I'AGE Another Case of Delayed Punishment How We Plead Uuilty to the In dictment Work on the Lincoln Me morial Road Suffering For Want of Rain. Intenaivo Farming Selecting Seed Corn. Preserve tho Fish and Game. SIXTH I'AGE Continued Story. Storing Water In Soli. Homo Town Helps. SEVENTH I'AGE Live Stock. Llvo Stock Notes. Tbo Markets. Column Sermon. EIGHTH I'AGE Eastern Kentucky News. x Oklahoma Letter. FEATURES FOR NEXT WEEK Among tho Interesting features next week will bo another article by I'rof. Robertson soino of bis historical gleanings. Tho fourth of President Frost's Familiar Letters is oIbo to appear "The Summer Sunday School." Along tho sanitation lino wo shall have a number of Interesting articles on tho Fly Nuisance The Prevention Pf Disease by their Extermination. Tho artlclo on Modem Filtration which wo announced for this Ibsuo was crowded out at tho lust moment and will possibly bo run next week. THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS SUmpIng Out th DImsm. THE LAW'S DELAY "Very nearly a farce," may bo truthfully said of the courts In Kentucky. A special term of court was called at Somerset to try tbo cases of Jas. Ellis and Fount Helton for the kill ing of Maglstrato Ueatty and Constable Heath at Uurnsldo a few wcelts ago. Tho court met, Monday, and a sioclal grand jury quickly returned Indictments, but on the following day tho Commonwealth asked for a contlnuanco of tho case and got it. Tho accused aro to bo taken to Danville for safe keeping. Officers of tho law killed by officers of tho law! Tho public aroused, a scathing denunciation of crime and criminals by the Judge, of course, continuance asked by tho Commonwealth! That Is all except that tbo State pays Its thou-ranfor tho farce. "Uoth sides havo their story to tell," says the Uurnsldo item, "and If halt they tell Is truo OUIl OFFICIAL AHB THE TOUGHEST CITIZENS IN THE COMMUNITY." on, Our editorial of lust week "Where wo 'get left,' " ought to Ik interesting readlngl IS THEHE ANY WONDEIt? Wo need not express much surprise that tho Mountains havo an unsavory reputation In tho lllue Grass and outside tho Stato when It is recalled that bo many of our desjjeradoes aro taken to thu Lexington Hospital to die. Alonzo Allen, one of tho principals in the Quicksand tragedy of lust week and two mon from Salyersvllle, wounded In an affray two dayB Liter, havo all succumbed thura within u week. And then to think of tho terrible nature; of tho encounters! We had thought that Magoffin County was a pretty Bafo placo to llvo in. It may be that tho days of tho Feuds Cciitlnurd n fitfll More About Daniel Boone Letter Written in Old Age Throws Light On His Religious Beliefs A Religion Good to Have. By PROF. J. R. ROBERTSON Madison, Wis., July 7, 1911. Editor of Citizen: Slnco 1 havo been writing you in my recent letters about tho Iloono material that I have soeu I cannot resist tho temptation to send you a copy of one of Daniel Boono'a own letters. Although tho amount of other material In regard to our old pioneer frlond is qulto abundant tho letters aro very scarce. There arc, I Iwliove, only threo or four complete ones In existence. The ono which I quoto Is very carefully preserved bo-lto natural rather than conventional religion but It is pleasant to read this letter written to his sister in his old age while living In Missouri. I will reproduce It with all tho faults of spelling Uiat you may have It JuBt as It is. October 19th, 1S1G. "Dear Sister; with pleasure I reed, pt u Leter from your son Samuel Boone, who informs mo that you are yet living and In good health, considering your old ngo. I write to Latt you 1 now I have not forgot you and to Inform you of my own situation. covpasted onto cardboard and Senco tho Death of your Sister Ra ered with a very fine silk film thru bacah, I levo with Flanders Caluway ono Is ablo to read tho writing. but am at present at my Bon Nathans which This letter gives nn Idea of Doone's and in tolerable health. 'You can get religion. Doscended from Quaker at my fallings by your own as wo are ancestry in Pennsylvania tho old near ono age, I need not write you o. hunter had naturally a religious of our situation as Samuel Bradley or Llfo in tho wilderness, hunting Jas. Grimes can Inform you of every nnd fighting Indians was conducive (Continued on filth pS) na-tur- Prizes for Compositions and Orations that Evsry One Who Directions Writes Should Observe Hinsdale, 111., Aug. 2, 1911. Tho offer of prizes for orations to be handod In on tho first day of tho Fall term last year worked qulto well. It brought It to pass that a good many oung men did some thinking nnd writing during the vacation. Two or threo very good pieces were presented. None were really first class, but I am convinced that a good many young men mado great Improvement by their efforts, and that wnb tho thing at which we were aiming. For this year' the offer Is extended so as to give a chanco for tho young ladles as well. I. To every young lady who presents to my Secretary, on tho opening day of tho Fall term, a well written essay showing some thought of her own and some silll In arrangement, style and literary workmanship, I will give $1.00, for the best of theso essays I will give 10.00, and for the second best. J5.00. II. To every young man who will present to my Secretary a well written oration containing evidences of his own thought and definitely constructed with a vlow to icrsua8lon, I will give J1.00, and for tho best one, $10.00, and tho second best, 5.00. III. Any student who Is engaged In teaching during tho Fall term moy present my Secretary a piece on tho opening day of the winter term and receive the same opportunity as those mentioned above. Theso pieces will all be returned and can be used In rhetorical classes Rnd literary societies. The great matter, of course, Is the thought and composition of theso pieces but they must be correct in their outward form written In legible form, grammatical and properly nr ranged as to paragraphing, title, punctuation, etc. Tho first sheet or title pago must corncontain on the upper right-han- d er, tho place at which the piece was written, and tho date. Tho title must bo written in a line or lines by Itself, and underscored three times. Tbo name of the author must appear In a separate lino below the title, and Ik) underscored twice. Tho paragraphs must bo logical in' tho grouping of sentences and tho sequence of thought. Now, a fow words as to tho way to build an essay or oration: Tho first thing is to select the object for which jou write. This is something dlffer- (Contlnucd ou fifth The Fate of the Reciprocity Measure Now Rests With Canada The Democrats In Congress Playing Poll- tics and the Insurgents Striving to Put the President in a Hole Leishman to Go to Germany. RECIPROCITY UP TO CANADA Pres't Toft has signed tho Reciprocity Measure and now It awaits ratification by the Canadian Parlla- -. mcnt. The pact had enough friends In the Parliament to pass It, but the was strong enough to opposition greatly delay tho passage, and, In order to expedite tho matter, the Premier dissolved Parliament and ordered a new election. It is expected that tho peoplo will elect a new Parliament so overwhelmingly In favor of the measure that It will be speedily passed. PLAYING POLITICS Tho extra session of .Congress has accomplished the work for which it was called tho passage of the Reclr proclty Measure but It wants tg' hold on and rovlse the Tariff. Schedule K, or tho wool schedule of the h Tariff, against which' there has been general complaint, has been revised In a bill which passed the House somo time ago and recently passed the Senate by tho aid of the Insurgents. Another measure Is the Freo List bill which was designed to .componsate the farmers tor tho supposed Injury done them by Reciprocity. These two are to g before the President In a few days for his approval or veto.. It Is said that the President Is not really opposed to cither bill, but if the action is taken now the work of the Tariff Commission is made of no use, and besides he roars that this will simply Jay down the bars for general revision. Tho Democrats aro playing poll-tiand tho Insurgents aro retaliatinghaving been put in a hole by the President they want to let him see how it feels. Tayne-Aldrlc, cs LEISHMAN TO GERMANY Is rejwrtcd that Pres't Taft will soon appoint tho present Ambassador to Italy, Mr. Leishman, Ambassador to Germany to succeed David Jayno Hill whose resignation has been received. ANOTHER INQUIRY Inquiry Into tho election of United States Senator Stephenson of Wisconsin has been directed and tho of which Senator Bradley is ono has outlined its plans. It Is said that Senator Stephenson has confessed , It cotn-mltt- oe p) spending $111,385 for primary endorsement. Now it tho committee would, Just while It is looking around, Investigate tho election of the distinguished KcntucKlan who sits with DOUBLE BEREAVEMENT AND MRS, FOR too, among our expert authorities (as there was not a decade ago) as to Just what wo need to do In order to prevcut tuberculosis. Wo must havo general public' education as to the nature and symptoms of tbo disease, and we havo It. Wo must have reporting of cases by physicians, and wo are getting 1L Wo must buve free dispensaries in every city and considerable village at which any person can secure an expert uud thorough diagnosis of his condition and adequate instructions as to what ho must do, aud.we are gutting dispensaWe must have visiting ries. nurses to visit tbo patients in their homes uud instruct them, not once, but many times, In tho protection of their households. Wo aro gettlug visiting uurses. Wo need, abovo all, hospitals in tbo larger cities and a county hospital In ewry county, and wo are getting hospitals. There By HOMEH FOLKS. Is absolute unanimity, DR. COWLEY Yhen Jittle you want anything that can be bought, remember is kept Jverything at WELCH'S and you can send your 4 ' children and get the same as you could get. " Qome up and see us. We have "Specials" every week. Hundred cents to every dollar all the time, and e erence" means jus what it says. . Xf . Closely following a letter from Dr. Cowloy tolling of tho death and burial of his father at Lorain, 6., comes another bringing tho nows of the death of Mrs. Cowley's father at New York Mills, N. Y., last Saturduy evening. It Is unusual for a husband, and wlfo to both be bereft of a father so nearly at tho sumo time. Mrs. Cowloy's father had been very sick for some time and was not expected to llvo but a fow "ays wnen. tney were summoned to Mb bedsldo a Uttlo more than two weeks ago, but Cupt Cowley's death sceius to have been wholly unexpected. Dr. nnd Mrs. Cow lev will bo accom panied to tho Thousand Islands by of their families Buveral members where they will spend two or threo weeks seeking to gain thru absolute rest their accustomed strength and heulth. Page Two THE CITIZEN ELEVEN LIVES LOST THE OLD SLEUTH WOMEN NEARLY KILLED BY BEES. Louisville. Mra. C, K. Augus- August 3, 1911 A family newspaper for all that la right true end interesting. The Citizen at BEREA PUBLISHING CO. FubllshM every ThursdAy Bervn, Ky, HURRICANE COOLER WEATHER PROMISED DY THE WEATHER BUREAU AFTER A STORMY SPELL, NEW ENGLAND COAST SWEPT J. (Incorpointrd) P. Faulkner Editor and Manager. Subscription Ratea On Threw Months ToM-offic- e mr Months rATADLE IN ADVANCE. , ...11.00 M Si Bend money by or Hiprrn Mony Oniw, Draft, Letter, or n no two crai jiuunpa. TIm daUs allcr your niune on labol allows to what lat ymir uh(crlptlon Is Boston. Qrlm talcs of loss of life within thrc pli. It it la not tihancnl us. vrrrxt aiLW rrnewaj notiry and disaster to shipping by tho West supplied XUmlmr numbers will be gkully Indian hurricane which swept the Now , u we vs ootincd. enrap. Fln premlumi with tmr England coast contlnuo to como In uid prompt renoivuli. Send (or Kloven lives aro known to have Premium list. Liberal terms irtvm to tiny on who ob- been lost, and a long list of fishing and tain now srubsertyUons for us. Any ont coasting craft and yachts wrecked or rndlnjc us four yearly sutncrlptlon can rOMT Tn citizen fm ror Mmsoir rof disabled Is constantly growing. an year. The dead include flvo men of the Adronlfrfnr rate on application Boston sword fishing schooner Yt'oko-mls, wrecked on Nantucket Sound MnuBnn or shoals; four dory men of tho Provlncc- town Ashing schooner Arbitrator, ono of tho British schooner Tay, which wont to pieces on Mount Desert 1st and, and John Wade, of Northport. Maine, who' was blown off a wharf at Belfast, Maine. Itoltrl One Man Was Lifted from a Wharf In Maine Others Were Drowned When Their Crafts Went Down. tus, wlfo of Postmaster Augustus, nt South Park, a suburb, and her daughter undertook to release n blind hnrso that had become entangled In n mass ot wire, not knowing that tho animal bad overturned n hlvo of bees. Tho two women worn almost 3 stung to death before passersby rescued them. PRESENT IS AGE OF LAXITY Every Man I Inclined to Be Law Unto Himself, and Thinks Most of "Having Qood Time." SAWMILL DESTROYED. Mnysvlllc. Tho saw ami planing mills of W, B. Mnthows & Co. wcro en tlroly destroyed by Ore. A high wind drovo sparks down tho Hue into tho shaving box, which Ignited, sotting flro to tho plant. This Is tho third tlmo tho mill has been burned. Tho loss Is between $15,000 and $20,000, WILL CALL PACKERS with no Insurance. Km ploy ob of tho mill lost several hundred dollars worth CHICACO BEEF MEN TO TESTIFY ot tools and clothing. A largo con Blgnmcnt of lumber was burned. IN LORIMER CASE. LEXINGTON TO "WINCHESTER. Tribune Editor Tells of Rumored Po Aviator Who Sent First Message By litical Activity and Six Will Be Wireless From Aeroplane Will Summoned to Washington. Carry Mall By Biplane. Washington. Several Chicago pack Lexington. Tho most novel mall era will bo summoned before tho Lorl mer Investigation committee ot the routo ever established In Ken senate as a result of testimony given tucky Is that which will be In on tho by James Keeley, general manager ot auguratcd afternoon of tucsdny, August Ktb, between the tho Chicago Tribune. Replying to n question by Senator Bluo Grass Fair grounds, at Lexlng' Fletchor, who asked If be could sug ton, and tho circus lot In tho city of gest the names of any packers who Winchester, 19 miles distant On that should be called as witnesses, Mr. afternoon, at 3 o'clock, J. A. I). Keclcy mentioned tho following: of New York, tho noted avia J. Ogdf.n Armour of Armour & Co, tor, will start from tho llluo Grass fair power Alfred R. Urlon, general counsel of grounds. In his carrying a letter from SecreArmour & Co.; Arthur Meeker of Armour &. Co.; Edward Morris of Mor tary Jouctt Shouso of the Bluo Grass ris & Co.: Louis F. Swift of Swift & Fair association to Mayor J. A. Hughes Co.; John A. Spoor of tho Union of Winchester. Stockyards company. Reaching Winchester, ha will alight One other packer, Edward Tllden, at tho lot which has been designated, president of tho National Packing in tho northeastern portion of the city, company, whose name was given by will there deliver the letter to Mnyor Mr. Keeley, already has appeared as Hughes, receive his answer and return a witness before the committee. with It, Immediately, to tbo fair Mr. Keeley told the committee that grounds at Lexington. he had no evidence against any of the As Mr. McCurdy has already gotten He said, however, speed ot more than 75 miles an hour men he named. that It was commonly reported that out of his neroplane. It Is estimated tho packers had contributed largely to that he can easily make the round trip various campaign funda and for tnat reason be believed they should be in terrogated regarding their knowledge of n fund raised for the election ot PASS NEW WOOL GILL LA FOLLETTE SURE COMPROMISE MEA PUT THOUGH IN SENATE, 48 TO 32. XBNTUCKT FIUiSG A8SOCIATION. PARTY LINES ARE DIVIDED THIRTY-FIV- E INJURED Most Destructive Fire In Brockton's History Other Cities to the Rescue. Democrats and Insurgenta Vote Down the fly swatting department? Original Draft Passed By House and Brockton, Mass. Thirty-fivfiremen Adopt Substitute Presented By WisDanger from rabies would be greatly consin Senator. minimized If all dogs were given wcro Injured In fighting a flro which ydostroyed tho public market building, plenty of cold water to drink. tho Woolworth Co.'s building and two Washington. Senator La Folletto Austria Is to charge Its tobacco tenement houses. Tho flro was the pressed a compromise wool bill to Its worst Jn tho history of Brockton and passage through the senate by a comsmokers $15,000,000 more a year. Its object Is not to cure them of smoking, caused a loss of about $210,000. bination of the Democratic and In Tho flames wcro not subdued until surgent Republican forces. Tho meaeither. i aid had arrived from Stpughton, Avon sure cuts the duty on raw wool to nnd other near-bcities. Many of tho 35 per cent, ad valorem, and maRes A Massachusetts man was choked to death by his celluloid collar. An- firemen were overcome by tho fumes corresponding reduction on woolen of ammonia that escaped from the re other argument for the modern, frigerating plant in tho market. Oth manufactures. rag stiller. The ers wero Injured by falling timbers tor La result came about after Sena Follette's original substitute and stone. A New York Judge has decided that bill, carrying a duty on raw wool of The Y. M. C. A. building, pollco st 40 per cent, a woman Is not entitled to alimony tlon and drugstores In the wool bill passed tho neighbor by the houseand representatives, carwhen sbo makes her husband cook his ot hood of tho flro were turned Into tcm rying own breakfast Hooray! an ad valorem on raw wool ot porary hospitals. Why swat the flies yourself when you can keep a pet toad to attend to e y Christians bcllovo that Christ took human form and lived a human life In order to rcscuo men from that which degraded them, and enable them to develop their nobler selves. Ills work of salvation wns to a large extent effected by putting before men He tbo Id en of n life of desired his disciples to rccognlxo that they also wcro sons of God, and to live In obedience to tho promptings of the divine element within them, and thus to rescue themselves from tho lusts ot the flesh and become truo men living the life of fruitful sons ot God. The man who Is unable to control his appetites and passions Is a slave nnd not a freo man. A true man must bo master ot himself. Ono great object for which the church exists Is for tho dlsclpllno of life, by helping men to strive for tho mastery of self, for temperance and In all things. Wo live In an ago of laxity, writes tho dean of Worcester, Eng., In tho Temperance. Every man Is Inclined to be n law unto himself, and thinks most of doing as he likes "having n good tlmo" as the phraso goes. Drunkenness Is a national vice. The obligation to worship Is largely neglected, and tho Idea ot Christianity as a disciplined life la self-contr- Or weakened. Enrncst-mindemen In theso days havo to faco this condition of things, and consider how men can bo brought to reallro tho necessity of temperance In comes A Senator Clark has a $125,000 pipe organ In his mansion, but when It to music we have no doubt MORE TROOPS TO MEXICO. 20 per cent, Tb.3 vote on 48 to 22. In both had been defeated. the new measure was that the senator prefers ragtime. New Jersey held a freight car five weeks on a siding because a thrush bad built her nest on one of Its trucks. kind-hearteyard-mast- Washington Authorities Are Alarmed at the Ominous Outlook In Republic. professor of chemistry stopped n runaway horse by dashing ammonia Into ltB face. There's a device that might be tried on runaway husbands. A "Wheat from an ancient Egyptian tomb" has been successfully planted In Colorado, so good wheat must have been selected by the cute Arab guides who put it In the tomb. Because her husband kissed her only twice a day during their honeymoon a New York lady has applied for a, divorce. Probably they were stingy little kisses, too. Out at Omaha a debating society has decided that the horse Is more desirable than the automobile. The society must be made up of people who get wages Instead of salaries. The kaiser's only daughter la 18, of a sunny disposition, and will marry whom she chooes. Other recommendations may be had by addressing ber father at his Iierlln residence. A New Jersey woman Is said to save been Inoculated with rabies by Attained High Altitude. being hit by a bullet which passed Baltimore. Recovering from an In through a mad dog. Fast thing, the teresting experience, but one he does germ that can book onto a bullet. not want to soon repeat, Howard is lying at his home here. Ho told The people of Charleston, S. C, are the story of the trip that he and his jubilant because fifteen babies were brother, Daniel Evans, took to the born there In one nlgbt recently. heights of the Andes mountains, which Charleston may be expected to Imme- resulted In them both being brought diately apply for the taking of a new down to sea level in. an unconscious San Antonio, Tex. A fresh move ment of troops to Texas is contem plated late In September, according to army officers of high rank at Fort Sam Houston, who say word has filter ed down that conditions In Mexico are not pleasing to the authorities at Washington. It was admitted at maneuvers that orders have been received from the war department to have located and AERONAUT FALLS TO DEATH surveyed sites for army dlvlsoln camps. Two Thousand Picnickers 8ee Bal Corps of army engineers havo made loonist Drop 700 Feet at surveys of New Braunfels. Officers Ptalnfleld, III. are now In Houston looking over availattempting able ground and others have been sent Pl&lnfleld, 111. Whllo to El Paso to select available places to from a turn a somersault for tho mobilization of a large body trapese while up In a balloon, Harry of men. Darnell of Chicago fell 700 feet Into the Du Pago river and was Instantly killed. Mining Friends to the Rescue. Joptln, Mo. More than one hundred from Two thousand picnickers miners aro working desperately sink Jollet saw the balloonist plunge to ing a shaft to the drift of the White his death while attempting to enterOak mine, in which Joseph Clary, 21, tain them with his dare-devatunts Is held a prisoner by caving ground. In the air. Barnell fell into (our feet As days must elapse before the shaft of water In the river. His body waa can reach the mine workings, 70 feet only slight bruised and It Is .believed deep, a prospect drill Is working fran that he died during his fall through tically, sinking a hole, space. years old and Barnell waa forty-fivthrough which food and drink can be lowered in case the prisoner Is alive. unmarried. six-Inc- h e The house wool bill was defeated the senate by a vote of 44 to 36. Senator Brown ot Nebraska was the only Republican voting with the Democrats for the bill. The La Fol letto amendment to the revision measure was defeated. 66 to 14. A motion by La Follette to recon sider the vote by which the houso bill was defeated, so as to throw open again the entire question ot revising the wool schedule, was adopted by a vote ot 49 to 31. Senator Lorlmer. Tho subject arose when Elbrldge Hanecr. attorney for Senator Lorl mer. asked Mr. Keeley whom he had in mind when he wrote editorials a year ago which made the Inquiry "Who Furnished tho Sawdust and Lard tor Lorlmer'a Election!" Mr. Keeley snld in mentioning the word "sawdust" ho had In mind ta ward Hlnes and tho lumber Interests, and In the use of tho word "lard" he referred to the packing houses, without having the name of any particular Individual in mind. 'EfBBBBsfl ATTORNEY HIT BY E. C. LEWIS St. Louis Publisher Charges Leonard Goodwin of Chicago With Exploit In Mall-Orde- r Housss. Ev-un- B census. condition. the Jaw" delivered by wife laid her husband up for twenty-two weeks. With a passion, for exact detail, he also reports that the third vertebra was displaced of an Inch. In A "punch a A Philadelphia woman gets a divorce rather than Ifve ' In Chicago. Quoting George Ade; "Somebody must live here." However, the time (torn Philadelphia to Now York has been cut to less than two hours. Wanted Him to Be a Yankee. Seattle. Wash. Mrs. Qeorgo Snow- den, a niece of President TatL who has been making her home temporarily in Vancouver, hastened to Seattle to give birth to a to tho president. Mrs. Snowden says she could not bear the idea of being the mother of a child that was not born under the flag of the country of which ber uncle Is president. grand-nephe- bite people are Infected with rabies. Then the popular Impression that being bitten by a mad dog Is fatal seems to be pretty thoroughly refuted. Inasmuch as no rabies epidemic among human aubjects baa been reported. A Chicago doctor Is quoted as that 60 per cent, of the dogs say-In- g that More Savings Banks. Washington. Encouraged by the success of tho postal savings system, Postmaster General Hitchcock has signed an order extending the system to Philadelphia, Brooklyn, Cleveland, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, SL Paul. Louisville, Jersey City, Mllmlngton, Del., and Long Island City. 8lgn Arbitration Treaty. Washington. General arbitration treaty between the United States and Orcat Britain and tho United States and France will be signed in WashAfter the signing ot the Certain vague allusions In the pa- ington. pers lead to the suspicion that Keo- treaty there will bo a formal oxchango kuk Is building a dam ucross the between the governments, concerned. Mississippi which will conserve all Consul Atwell Dead. the Water of that eccentric old stream Washington. that la not needed for the mainten- Washington, D. William P. Atwell, of C, American consul ance of Ita cattish, Keokuk hitherto baa been called the "gate city." Hence- at Ghent, Belgium, and a civil war forth it will be known as but this is veteran, died at Qhent. Coneul Atwell was born In Warren, Ot CG years ago. werely conjectural A man In New York who has achieved an International reputation as an Inventive engineer while out on ball on a charge of larceny, now goes to Jail (or two years and six months. The state can well afford to see that tie has leisure In captivity to go on with bis Inventions. Welsbaden. Prussia. Robert A. Taft, tho elder son of President Taft, arrived here for an extended stay. Washington. The sensational charge was made before the house commit tco Investigating tho postofflce depart ment that Leonard Goodwin, a Chi nnern tnwnr. and brother of Russell P Goodwin, assistant attorney general for the postofflce department, was exr bouses throughout ploiting ihn rountrv. telllne them he could or- ranee anv trouble they might have through a denial ot mall privileges, TAFT SIGNS CANADIAN BILL etc. The charge was made by E. G. Lew-- i Secretary Knox and Other Cabinet nrpsldnnt of a publishing company Officers Witness Approval of in 8t. Louis, recently denied the sec Reciprocity Measure. s privileges. Iwis also declared that postofflce Inspectors at St. Washington. The Canadian reci t.niiU had been told to use whatever procity bill reached the White House methods they pleased "to put Lewis shortly after 1 p. m. Mr. Taft signed out ot business" and "to anut tewis It at 3:10 o'clock. Speaker Clark and up before the next campaign." This Sherman already had was tho campaign of 1908. signed the bill. Secretary of State Knox, Secretary CANADA MUST VOTE of Commerce and Labor Nagcl, Secre DECIDE tary to the President Hilles and Rep resentative Littleton of New York, Consenvatlvea Insist That Reciprocity Agreement With United 8tatss several newspaper men and photogMust Have People'a Indorsement raphers witnessed the signing. That reciprocity Ottawa. OnL OPEN FIRE ON SHERMAN ACT with will United Statea the have to get the Indorsement of the Senate Adopts Resolution for Inquiry voters of Canada was the decision of Into Needed Changes for Proteca party caucus of the Conservatives. tion Against Trusts. The Liberal caucua thereupon decided the election should be held as Washington. Following an attack soon as possible. There may bo disby Senator Borah of Idaho upon the solution ot parliament within a fort' enforcement of the Sherman anti trust night, but possibly not until the end law, the senate adopted a resolution of August. offered by Senator Clapp' of MinneTho election probably will be held sota, calling for an Investigation Into the last week In September or the the operation of the law, to determine first week In October. Parliament will what changes or amendments are be called Immediately afterward. If necessary to make It an adequate pro- the government Is returned the recitection against unlawful monopolies procity bill will be put through withand trusts. out difficulty. mail-ordeond-clas- J. A. D. McCURDY, Noted Blrdman, Who Will Be the First Aerial Mall Carrier In Kentucky. ot approximately 40 miles, Including tbo tlmo that will be required for tho stop at Winchester, in an hour. Tho announcement of tho plan for this mall route, from Lexington to Winchester, hns caused widespread Interest It Is the first tlmo In tho history of avlntlon, a sclenco which is now making very rapid strides, that an acroplano has been used for mall carrying purposes. Mr. McCurdy la probably tbo beat known American aviator. When he modo bis remarkable flight from Tampa, Ma., to Havana, Cuba, last March, ho established a world's record for flights across tho water. This brought him Immediately Into prominence In every country where there la Interest In aviation. Mr. McCurdy has recently added to his laurels by various other daring feats. He is tho first man who has ever sent a wireless message from an aeroplane and ho baa also carried on valuable experiments, on behalf ot tho war de partment. In connection with testing by sharp shooters In attempts to shoot with accuracy from an aeroplane. Beginning Tuesday afternoon, Au , gust 8th, Mr. McCurdy will make at the Bluo Grass fair, throughout tho week, tho last flight being mado on Saturday, August 12th. On tbeso flights, he will attain an altitude ot moro than a mile and will remain In tho air from thirty minutes to an hour at a tlmo. His appearance promises to prove ot large educational value to tbo pcoplo of Kentucky in all matter pertaining to avlatlou. dally-flights- structive ot tho greatest la tho habit of drinking alcohol. In taking It men Intensify the powers of the beast In themselves, and lesson their powers of resistance by weakening the will. Of all the physical causea which produce moral dofects. the consumption of alcohol In any form la the most widespread and disas trous. In all periods ot history, and among all racca of men where alcohol In any form has been produced and passed Into consumption. It baa had the effect of capturing and subduing; men's wills, breaking down and producing physical and moral degradation. Tomperance reform lies at the bottom of all polltlcul. social, and religious progress. Drink Is tho curse of the country; It do1 stroys the lives of ono In twenty of the population. The temperunco move ment Is a religious movement, and de rives its power from a stronc faith In God and tbo obligations of tbo sons ot Ood, and In the belief that anything which leads to and discipline Is furthering the purposes of God. Tho Rcchabltes belloved In and discipline. They had over been foremost In the fighting mass, ana mey nnd always combined enthusiasm with practical wisdom. Lot us thank Ood for what has been accomplished, but let what haa been done bo only an Incentive to further advance And It must never bo forgotten that Christian dlsclpleshlp Involves tho dlsclpllno of the whole-lifdiscipline and with regard to other evils, other vices, other weaknesses and tendenclea of human nature. Let us, therefore, associate with others who recognise the need of In other directions than, that of Indulgence in drink. self-deniself-contrself-denie self-deni- of living a disciplined life. How can It bo done? Not by taking men out of tho world. The ultimate failure of many monastic attempts teaches that But If men moved by tho spirit of God, of and to combat any life unworthy of tbo sons of God. aro to remain In tho world, they need to bo banded together that they may havo the sustaining support and fellowship and association ot those who are That Is why It Is In these days societies nre formed Instead ot monasteries. Looking at the nation as It Is, wo cannot. If we aro honest, fall to see that of all tho agencies deself-deni- the scriptural sense of self-contr- , Good te Wash With. On a recent occasion Professor Kocker of Bern said: "You will bo astonished to hear that I am a great friend ot alcohol, though I have ex perienoed myself that when I have to do much and good work I must not drink alcohol at all. snri I n n fre quently to tell my patlenta not to- degrco what temperance societies have been doing for the welfare of humanity. Your National Temperance league is fighting agalnat In oneway tbo application of alcohol. But we use alcohol a sreat dnl in our hands and tp disinfect them, but we aro afraid to Introduce It in the body. The only rational use ot alcohol la outside the body." anna. iu i appreciate to the highest n.h ONE DEAD; ONE INJURED. Aska Funds for McNamara. Washington An appeal for a $500,- 000 fund to defend J. J. McNamara, the labor man accused of dynamiting, has been issued by Secretary Morrison ot the American Federation ot Labor to the 2,000,000 members of labor unions. He suggests that each member contribute 25 cents. Attacked by Thugs; Dying. Hew York. Capt. Daniel McAllis ter, a well known mariner, Is dying at his home as a result of an attack by three thugr.' Home-Mad- e Boiler Explodea and Two Togo to Be America's Quest. Boy Engineer Suffer. London. Admiral Togo sailed on the Lusltanla as a guest of the AmerMontcroy. Guy Judy, 13, Ib dead ican nation. The Japanese military counsellor Is unaccompanied by a and Warren Woods, 18, Is not expected Bulte. Ills only companion Is Com- to live as tbo result of a boiler explosion. They constructed an engine and Tanlgucht, his mander boiler and bad boen operating It suc cessfully for several weeks. The boil oil er was made out ot a John W. Gates Has Relapse. Parts. John W. Gates' condition li can. Ono of tbo valves quit work and worse than at any time since be was tbo boys, unconscious ot their danger, taken 111. Small hope now exists ot continued to feed tho englno, with the Mr. dates has devel- result that a terrific explosion his recovery. oped pneumonia In the left lung. aide-decam- Unique Warning. At Duhlen, near Berlin, in Oermanv. stands a unique form ot warning against the dancers of drlnkimr . cohollo beverages from the point of neaiin ana long lire. At this center (hero Is an ancient church ot esquo type which has become a special attraction to tourists md whl-painters delight to sketch. Tho church graveyard adjacent Is usually kept locked, but a notice la vlslhla whtrh Mais: "The key of the graveyard Is to ue louna in too tavern," nli-m- r. h August 3, 1911 THE CITIZEN Page Thre IMPROVEMENTS IN EASTERN ENTUC O00300000000 BIDDY'S REMARKABLE STUNT. Loulsvllto. Slnmoso twin eggs wore laid by a Plymouth Ilock O hen, belonging to John Schalde. & Tho eggs aro bound togothor by a O sort of tubo of shell. Each Is fully devolopcd. COUNTY FAIR DATE8 FOR OUST IN BLUE QRA88 STAT E. . Adalr Columbia, Andorson 15-1- August 22-2- Lawroncoburg, August Jehoiakim Burns the Prophet's Book sWty Sclot Leuoo for Asf. 13, 1911 Specially NEWS Boone Florence, August 2-10-1- TEN MILLION DOLLAR CORPORA TION 3ECURES KENTENIA bcr 2. PROPERTIE8. 29-3- Boyle Danvlllo, August Boylo Porryvllle. August Ilrockonrldgo Hardlnsburg, August Arrutftd for This Ppr YOUNG PEOPLE NOVEL firtie NEW ROAD New Concern TO TAP MOUNTAINS Bullitt Shophordsvlllo, IMPETU8 TO OUILOINQ ELECTRIC ROAD8. Completion of 8alt River Bridge De sired End Line Between Louisville and Nashville In 26. August 22- 23- - t.ERHON TKXT.-Jerem- lah M. MKMOrtT VKHHE3. S3. 14. OOLTJKN TEXT. "The word of our Qod shall stand forever."-Is- a. 40:8. C. tX. the 13th year of Joslah, tilt th destruction of Jerusalem, II. C. MS. Jehoiakim reigned It years, II. C CO- S- LITTLE FRENCH GAME Still Buying Lands narian will be Dlitrlbullng Point For Three Railways 8mlth , Ground Purchased. Brackon Ocrmantown, August 23-2- TIME. Jeremiah was prophet from D. io. Casoy Liberty, August Cumberland Burkosvlllo, 15-1- Achievement of Getting One of Hang ing Bails Into Top Constltutea Main Feature. A Augusl 17-1- W7. For twenty years Jeremiah had Tho land, which llos In tho south been trying, by oral teachings, to por-eastern part of Harlan county and In suado tho nation to repent' and turn tho northwest section of Hell, carries to God, but tbo people and their rulsomo of tho best conl scams and most ers had been deaf to his warnings. valuable timber In Southeastern Ken As a last resort. In tbo fourth year tucky. It was ncnulred after prolonged of Joholaklm, tho Lord commanded lltlRatlon In tho federal court by the tho prophet to wrlto down the sub- stanco of his exhortations, and thus Kentenla corporation. to focus them In ono mighty blow Charles II. Davis, of New York, and Boston, Is president of tbo Kentenla upon tho consciences of king and peoOne little chink right In the roof corporation. Thnt concern Is capital ple. Moreover, for somo reason Jere Is where I mailed a letter. miah was shut up, "restrained" from ized nt $10,000,000. Straight to the Queen of Fairyland. public uttotanco, being probably for Acquires More Land. fouia you have found a better? In addition to tho nbovo tract tho bidden by tbo authorities to preach; I know the carrier dove flew down Kentucky Mining Co. Is acquiring oth so that for tho tlmo tbo written word And took It In his bill. or holdings, nnd It will soon havo an was tho onlr war by which Jeremiah And flew straight oft to Fairyland u er neid and wood and hill. acreago bctwecri SO.OOO and 90,000 people. could reach tho cars of tho acres. It has Just closed a deal with Tho chosen amanuensis was Bar- Do I expect an answer soonl W. II. II. Omlth, whereby It becomes ucb, tho son of Norlah, a scribe. Tho Why, yes, of course I dol tho owner of B.000 ncrcs of land. Tho But when or where or how 'twill come book was not like ours, but was a A Curious Top Game. I know no more than you. prlco paid was $250,000. roll of parchment, consisting of sev K. N. DirtDSALL. Mr. I'erln, president of the company eral skins sowed together, tho edges the top is set spinning, the playor pro which will develop tbo land, has pro-even, nnd tbo wholo rolled on ceeds to get It directly beneath any cut TABLE MADE INTO A HOUSE rooted several largo mining proposl wooden rods fastened at each end bo one of the balls, accomplishing this by swinging and Inclining tbo board tlons In Southwest Virginia and South that tho parchment could bo rolled cast Kentucky. Ho recently soul to from one to tho other. The writing on its base. When he thinks the top Combination Toy Useful Where Room Is Limited Particularly Suitable tho Stonega Consolidated Coal and was arranged In columns, each like Is in tho right position, ho presses a CROPS SUFFER FOR RAIN. for Apartments. Coko Co. bis large plant at Kookco, Islington. Contractors who have tho pago of a book. It must have lever attached to the standard. This Vlrclnla. undertaken to lay concreto sidewalks taken Baruch some months to have raises the board to a height that, if Continued Drought Has Damaged Crop Except In households where a Another Railroad. under Instruction from the city au wrltton down such prophecies as the top Is In the right position, allows whole to Extent of 40 Per Cent. Although no posltlvo announcement thoritlos and over tho protests of Jeremiah wished to have read, and It to receive tho ball and lift It from nursery,room can bo devoted to a tho problem of providing has yet noon made to that effect. It Is property owners hero aro encounter which constituted a considerable part Its hook, after which It continues spin children with i room to play Is no ning. almost certain that wlthlc a short Louisville. DcsDlto tho fact that Ing trouble. Peter Gclser, a resident of tho present book of Jeremiah. small ono. In apartments, partictime a lino of railroad wilt bo built rain has falfen Intermittently over of Clifton Heights, sat on his front Jpromlnh nnt Tlnnieh to th tm- ularly, this problem assumes such from this placo up Martin's fork and Kentucky during tho past few weeks porch with a shotgun across his knees. pie to read tho book to the assem- LAN IHtAlhH rUH CHILDREN proportions that the children's toys Catron's creek, where It may tap tho farmers aro In the midst of ono of preventing workmen from building a bled crowds. It was a wintry day, rich holdlugs of tho Kentenla Co. tho worst droughts that has visited new walk. M. N. Kcrswell, of South Baruch went up Into the chamber of Actors In London House Will Be are limited by IL A Kentucky man, however, has designed an article which Tbo building of tho railroad up Mar tbo state in years. Tho corn Holds are Broadway, stopped another crow with a friendly noble, over a new gateway From Ten to Fourten Years Old may be used by the little people as tin's Fork will make Harlan the diver beginning to turn yellow nnd In place threats of harsh treatment. Tho con opening both ways Into tho inner and Playa Specially Written. both table and 'playhouse and In an. Kent point of three lines of road and of two ears to the stalk only ono small tractor saro trying to effect a compro outer courts. There, from the winemergency can be used by mother as will assure Its position as tho business nubbin Is maturing In the broiling mise, preferring not to go to tho dow or balcony of tho chamber, or A real children's theater where center of probably the largest Indus sun. courts if they can succeed In cooling from tho platform or pillar on which none of tho actors or actresses will section In the state. trial If pos8lblo tho tobacco Is worso off tbo tempers of the Irato citizens, who tho kings had stood on Bolomn occa be more than fourteen years old. Is than the corn crop. Hundreds of acres think their present brick walks good sions, ho recited tho long alternation to be ono of the features of London's BATTLE ON QUICKSAND CREEK. of Kentucky's most remunerative crop enough. of lament and Invectlvo to the vast amusements this winter. Miss Llla s parching. Tbo leaves nre turning congregation. Beading In this 'way Field, who last winter successfully Man and Wife Left Dead on the Floor yollow nnd tho thrco lower leaves aro was almost tbo only way by which presented a play acted entirely by RAISED $15,000 FOR ROAD. of Their Home. now ready to wither and fall from the the people could become acquainted children, Is the moving spirit In the plant. with tho word of God. Fow could enterprise. Glasgow. The proposition to build Jackson. Two dead and another dy "My plays will begin In tho middle The conditions In Central Kentucky read. And copies or the law cost a Ing Is tho result of n shooting affray aro particularly nlartnlng, and unless tho Central Lincoln way is being push small fortune. of October," said Miss Field, "at one ed. It Is understood a committee at tho homo of William Swlmms, near tho drought i broken within tho next Tho king sent Jchudl, one of his of the largest west end theaters. It tho head of tbo south fork of Quick few days hundreds of acres of both which undertook to raise tho $20,000 officers, to fetch tbo roll so that Je Is moro than likely that a piece will to thU county already has $15,- - hoiakim might loarn Its contents at be running at the theater at tho tlmo Himi creek. corn and tobacco will bo abandoned allotted Tho dead nro William Swlmms and It Is eBtlmatci. that tho crops havo 000 of tho amount and expect tho re- first band and not from hearsay. The In the usual way, but five afternoons mainder within the next few days. king sat In tho wlntor house. tils wlfo. Tho other participants wcro been cut 40 per cent so far. of every week the house will become Alonzo Allen and his brother. Norman In many instances entire Holds of Many who aro not financially ablo to It seems probable that after Jebudl the 'children's theater,' and plays The Uttor escaped unhurt, leaving bis tobacco and corn havo gono so far make donations havo tendered their had read thrco or four coluines, the acted by them will be presented there. brothor fatally wounded and the that thoy havo been abandoned, and services for as long as thoy arc need- king snatched the roll from his bands "For months I have been busy col Swlmms both dead on tho floor of tho In tho corn fields snoop have been ed on tho road. and, taking the knife used for sharp lecting my cast of thirty or so chil houso In which they lived turned In to grazo to try to get somo ening tho scribe's pens, cut up the dren between the ages of ten and It Is claimed that Norman Allen did bentlt for tho labor spent on the crop. roll himself, and cast It into the fire. fourteen. It has been no easy task, BIG CATTLE DEAL. most of tho shooting. Tho woman Somo think that only the first portion I can tell you. The girls I got with shot Alonzo four times In tho body. was read, when all the roll was con- out much trouble, but It was different STOCK POISONED. Ellzabcthtown. One of the largest sumed In the Are. But Professor Ben with the boys. I still have to flad four cattle deals which has been transacted ACCIDENTALLY KILL8 BOY. Table Forms a House. Ellzabcthtown. Hardin county farm' in Hardin and Nelson counties for nett says that the Hebrew Implies or five to complete the company. "The playa will be specially written a tea or card table. The top of the up over some tlmo has been mado by D. B. that at the end of every three or four Walton. John Holllnsworth, when era nnd cltnzens aro stirred columns the king put out his hand for for them and will contain situations visiting John Allen, a farmer, nccl the poisoning of thrco mules belonging Martin & Co.. of Philadelphia. The the roll, cut away the portion read, In which children would naturally find table Is In two parts and the parts are hinged so that It can be opened to E. A. Smith, of Glendalc, and ono firm purchased 330 head from Messrs. dentally killed Allen's threw It on the fire, and handed the themselves. For Instance, the love son, Allen. Holllnsworth and the boy of the most prominent farmers in tho Leo Harnod, William Daugherty, Fen remainder back to Jehudl, repeating element will never be much In evi up Into a sloping root. Inside the table frame two side pieces and an Konnady and Bud Harned, at G cents the process. were hunting turtles on tbo bank of county. dence. On the other hand I am tak end piece are hinged. Ordinarily Sovoral years ago Mr. Smith had a per pound for 300 and 5 these cents per a creek and sat down to watch, when ing caro that they will not be too pieces are The king commanded the arrest of folded up beneath the tallolllnsworth's gun was discharged and throshor burned and a few months h pound for 30 head. The cattle real- Baruch the scribe and Jeremiah. But light or fanciful either. I aim at ble top, but when it is desired ta con and tho full load of shot hit tho youth tcr a barn on his place was burned. ized about 125,000. the Lord hid them, by means of some having them Just good, substantial vert the article into a playhouse they All Indications then pointed to IncoD' In tho face, killing him Instantly. unknown providence and guidance; adventure plays." are let down, forming the sides and diary work, but no direct evldenco or, as usual, by the use of means in BOND OF $10,000 ASKED. back of the house. The front, of course. could bo securod. IN COURTHOUSE YARD. spired by God. Shutting the eyes HOBBY HORSE AS EXERCISER Is left open. aoes not wara on. ice ugmntng Lexington. Thomas F. Dolan, law Lexington. It was decldod to placo yer nnd turfman, who killed Alderman stroke. Fools, that think that by While Children Think They Are Only Not Even the First Step. FALL RACING SEASON. tho equestrian statuo of Gen. John II. Patrick Moonoy, and at whose trial wringing the neck, of the crowing Playing, They Are Really Deriving Mr. Morse having bought a new Morgan, purchased by the Dauchters prevent the coming of Physical Benefit. bicycle of the most Improved pattern, Lexington. At a meeting of repro on a charge of murder tbo Jury failed cock they can of the Confederacy, In the courthouso morning. presented his old one to Dennis Hal- yard here. It will bo unveiled either sentatlvcs of the three Kentucky to agree. Is to be released from Jail, tbo A hobbr horse which has the addi When the word of the Lord camo loran, who did errands and odd Joba ) October 18 or 19. tracks held here "for the fall meetings providing ho can furnish a $10,000 the book was destroyed, but Us con tional advantage of being an exercis for the neighborhood. "You'll find wore discussed and several important ball bond. At tho hearing Judge Kerr ruled tents and Its truths lived. "Tako ing machine has been invented by an the wheel useful when you're In a Lexington. The Ilank of Kentucky matters wore brought up, but not com It was a bailable case, but doubled thee . . . another roll, and write In Illinois man. While the children think hurry, Dennis," he said. Is expected to reopen for business Au- plotcd. Whllo definite dates wcro not that The young Irishman was loud In gust 1, and at a meeting of the now decided on, It Is probable that the sea' tho amount of tho bond requested by IL" Jeremiah knew what he had said they are only playing, tbey are really attorney. before, and God gave him further deriving substantial physical benefit his thanks, but regarded the wheel board of directors a new president son will open In Lexington on Sep tbo defendant's doubtfully. revelations. Professor Brown thinks moot, and A tember 1G, with a ten-daand vlco president wero elected. that Baruch's second roll contained 'I mistrust 'twill be a long while MONTGOMERY FAIR CLOSES. cashier was chosen, but that position Loulsvlllo will follow with 19 days. mo nrst seventeen chapters of our before I can ride It," he said. will bo filled at an early meeting of Latonla will follow Louisville. "Why, have yiiu ever tried asked Montgomery Jeremiah. "Thou shalt say to Jehoia ML Sterling. The the board. Charles W. Dell, of FrankMr. Morse. Countv fair came to a close with an kim that the prophecies should cer- "KENTUCKY CORN KINO." stnto Insuranco commissioner, fort, com I have," said Dennis, gloomily. "A attendance of about C.000 people, the taln1?' was mado president, and Louis Zlnzer, frlnd lint me the loan o' his whiles Attempts to destroy tho Bible haTO Qlasgow. Powell Barlow, a young week being tho best ever held by the n local furnlturo roan, was chosen he was having the moomps. Twas vlco president. farmer of this county. Is .believed by association In point of attendanco nnd been mado. When men aro forbidden free weeks I bad It, an' what wld his friends to havo tbo right to tho In ring exhibits. In tho sweepstakes to read It, and everything Is done to practicing night on' mornln, I nlver title, "Corn King of Kentucky." Ho harness class tho stallion Marvel King prevent Kb circulation. Tbo frontis HORSE DIE8 AT THIRTY-FIVE- . got so I could balance mcsllf standing piece of Wycllffe's Bible represents now has la cultivation ovor C00 acres was returned the winner. still, let alone riding on iL" Youth's the flro of true Christianity against n river bottom corn, which will mako Companion. Clinton. Walk Splccr's faithful ovor 9,000 barrels. Loulsvlllo. Georgo C. Avery, presi which Its enemies, Satan nnd infidel family horse died nt tho ago of 35 dent of B. F. Avory & SonB, plow man- ity, aro blowing with all their might, Green and Simmons. years.' Mr. Splcer bought tho animal STOCK BARN AND HORSES BURN. ufacturers, nnd ono of the foremost trying to put it out; but the moro A man named Simmons declined to at the ago of 8 and drovo blm to town citizens of loulsvlllo, died of heart they put themselves out of breath, become tbo prlvato secretary of a man on tbo day before ho died. Lancaster. Deputy Sheriff C. A. falluro at a chateau near Oalllo Fon- tho moro brightly tho flro burns. named Grcon, for a peculiar reason. Ingorsoll's prophecy, twenty-siItoblnson lost bla large stock barn and taine, France, whero he had gono to The salary was tempting, and the years ago, was that "In ten years the Olattgow. aiasgow Fair association all Us contents. Including nlno head spend tho summer. work would have been light and agree-ablBible will not be read." The fact Is has ai;reetl to give tbo second day re- of Ono horses and a lot of provender, but then., as he said, ho couldn't Morchcad. Tho Rowan County that vastly moro Blblos aro Issued ceipts of tho fair, September 27, to by fire. Tho origin of tho flro Is un bear the thought of signing letters, Tho loss will roach $3,000. Teachers' Institute mot with Prof. D. every year than when that prophecy known. tbo building of tho Central Lincoln "Green, per Simmons." Hobby Horse Exerciser, was uttered, and In more languages. M. Holbrook as instructor. ith only $800 Insurance. oad. thj Blblo for somo from Its uso. If they knew this, with Thoso destroy He Knew About the Slippers. people, who for any reason give the EDUCATOR RESIGNS. DESTROYED THEIR HOME. Frnnklln. Tho farmers In every true childish perversity, tbey would George I b'eard mother tell father Impression that it Is not true, dimin loso Interest tr the toy. The section of Simpson county report the horse Is tho other day she'd found out where Maysvllle. Tbo board of education ish Its authority, and fill tho minds of prospects for corn tho best ever Bees Take Revenge on Mules and mounted on a stand on shafts that tho shoo pinched. I wonder what she olectcd Prof. J, K. Caldwell, of Louisi- the young with doubts. And yet ev move up.aiul down In known In this section. It has, theresockets. Strong meant? Farmer Is Badly Stung. ana, principal of tho high school, and ery nitacK nas mase it read more, fore, been considered a good yield spiral springs are attached to the Dickie 1 dunno; but if she'd said rof. J. C. Day, of New York, as sub- - and caused It to shine In purer light lower parts of the shafts and when an average of six barrels per Cynthlana, James Wright, a farm principal. Those who disobey and neglect the out toward the ends of the stretch she'd found out where the sllppei acre was harvested, but many farm- er, stand. stung I'd have knowed. near tbo county line, Bible, refuso to let K be a lamp unto ers will this year gather from eight Is a tenslounl device which premet with a painful accident while drivtheir feet and a light unto their path, There tho horse prom moving too free CRU3HED BY TREE. to ten barrels per acre. vents How Johnny Came Out. ing a pair of mules In the yard at his who Ignore Its teachings, and reruse ly In either direction. Father Well, Johnny, bow did yo Clyde Angell, 19 years homo. The mules overturned a beeVonceburg. Thor. Will II. Stone, 21, was killed Its truths theso destroy the Bible for come out nt the school examination? of ago, shot and killed Jasper Sparks, hive and Wright was frightfully etung: Instantly whllo chopping down a tree, themselves. But tho laws of God His Preference, Johnny Ob, first rate; I answered It Is alleged A brother of Sparks was The mules wero so badly stung that Stone failed to got out of tho way as move on Just the somo. I wouldn't have a aeroplane," all the questions. present and says that the killing was they died In a short time. Mr, Wright tho tree fell, and ho was crushed un Jehoiakim was slain. Ills son was. Bald little Jtobtrt Dunn: Father How did you answer them! 'If 1 was anxious to go dead. Is bellovrd tc be out of dangor now. carried In chains to Babylon. caused by a dispute over 60' cents. dor It. Johnny 1 said I didn't know. l a borrow grandpas gun." land. 23-222-222-2UnJ-Jow2-- acred of coal and timber lands In Harlnn nnd Holt coun tloH. has leased Its entire holdings to I'. Porln, promoter, of Now York Mr. Porln has orgnnlzed tho Kentenla Mining Co., which will develop tho Gf.,000 which owns Harlan. Tho Kentenla cornoratlon August 29- Franklin Frankfort, nilzabothtown. Tho building of tho Soptombor 1. Ornyson Loltchflold, August Halt river brldgo at West Point will Hardin Ellzabcthtown, August result In tbo Immcdlato erection of tho Jefferson Fern Crook, August proposed olcctrlc lino from Louisville August Jossaralno NIcholasvlllo, to Nashville. Tho LoulsVlllo Hallway Co. Is now oxtcndlng Its electric lino Konton Erlnngcr, AugUBt from Orcll to Wost I'olnt and will Knox Barbourvlllc, August complete tho trnck beforu tbo brldg tomber 1. Is finished. Laurol London, August Contracts havo boon let on tho low Lowls Vnnccburg, August cr end of tho plko to build a traction Monroo TompklnBvllle, August 30- lino from Gallatin to Nashvlllo and the company proposes to build a lino from Scptombcr 2. Mercer Harrodsburg, August 810. (lallatin to Loulsvlllo. Surveys havo Nelson Bardstown, August olready been mado from West I'olnt to this city, and from Olasgow by tbo tombcr 2. Pulaski Somersot, August 29Sep- Mammoth Cava and tbo I.lncxo Park tomber 1. to Hodgenvllle. Ilockcastlo Brodhcad, August 16- Tboro now remains only two sh. gaps to bo surveyed between (lallatin 18. Sholby Sholbyvlllo, August and Olasgow and between Hodgen Spencer Taylorsvlllc, August vlllo and this city to complcto a chain Simpson Franklin, August of traction lines between LoulsvlII and Nashville, n distance of SOO miles tombcr 2. Union August which will mako tho longest electric Wobstor August lino In Kentucky. Tho lack of a brldgo Woodford Versailles, August across Salt river was the only stum' bllng block In tbo building of tho sev CONTRACTORS STOPPED. crnl trolley lines, and tho proposed early erection of tho brldgo will glvo an Impetus to tbo building of the now Citizens Interfere With the Laying of electric lines. New Sidewalks. 15-11C-129-3- Prospect. Flomlng Kwlng. August Jeremiah's book was written U. C. Ml. The Fast day, ninth month of II. C. 033. Jehoiakim burns the book soon after the fast. PLACE Jerusalem. The Temple court ana me king palace. Nebuchadnezzar besieging Jerusalem, is i year. Daniel carried away captive. Jeremiah under disfavor. Jehoiakim an unwise king. achievement of getting ono of tho hanging balls Into the top constitutes the main feature. Is shown In this Il lustration. It Is a French invention and consists of n tray-llkspinning board, a hollowcd-ou- t top, and threo balls hung In tho manner universally Directed by pawn brokers. mo spinning board rests upon a central baso, so nrranged that tho board can be mado to swing In any direction or be Inclined to any de 1 think the fairies made our house. sired degree, says tho Popular Me It's full of hidden nooks chanics. Tbo balls hang at a meas That one can hide some cookies In. ur one's best, story books. ured height above tho board. After night In our garret 'nesth the skies. There's many a handy nnot To tuck a note for fairy eyes: 'm going to wrlto a lot game, In which tho "SECRET f one-roo- y r x o; Scott-Harriso- Page Four. THE CITIZEN. August 3, 19 11. W. B. CORSET STEELS Guaranteed Not To Rust This latest B. accomplishment again emphasizes the superiority of the W. B. product. W- v Undertakinrf and Embalming A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies. SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. R. H. CHRISMAN E. F. COYLE You pay Day rhono 26 Miss Estclla Illcknell Is taking Miss Roeschc's placo In tho Secretary's of-ll- co Nliht 40 less .or get more 000000000000000000000000000 o o o o NEWS LOCAL PAGE OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A Mrs. week Mr. Is rclaUvcs. Mrs. Oscar 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 5ooooocooooooooooooooooooooithe spending J. E. Parsons here with DR. BEST, Hayes and and DENTIST C1TV rilONE 1S3 OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE DAN H. BRECK Fire, Life and Accident, Insurance Richmond, Ky. Phone 505 L. & N. TIME TABLE. North Bound Local 6:15 a. m. 10:C5 p. m. Knoxvllle 1:03 d. m 3:67 a. in. BEREA 6:10 p. m. 7:45 a. m. Cincinnati South Bound Local 6:40 a. m. 8:15 p. m. Cincinnati 12:30 p. m 12:29 a. m. BEREA 6:55 p. m. 5:50 a. m. Knoxvllle Express Trains Stop to take on and let off passengers from beyond Cincinnati or from Atlanta and beyond. SouU) Bound 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati 11:44 a. m. BEREA North Bound 4:66 p. m. BEREA 8:45 p. m. Cincinnati The Berea Fair, August 3, 4, and E. Mrs. Pery of Alcorn Is visiting at A. II. Williams this week. Mr. Hook and family are visiting in northern Kentucky. A. M. Clark, of Harlan, Ky., visited his parents, at Berea, over Sunday. Mr. C. L. Fowler of Drip Rock visited his daughter, Mrs. Lakes, who is ill in the hospital. !a. P. Gabbard was in our town Monday on business. Miss Mary Harris, after a few Weeks visit with her parents, has returned to make her home at J. L. Cay's. Mr. Cbas. Anderson, a clerk in Per ly's Drug Store at Richmond, Is visit-lr- g friends In Berea this week. Mr. Joe Evans has gone to Hamilton, Ohio, for Work. Mr. Ebon Handy who is working Ir ClncinnaU was Joined this week by his wife and father, and they will mako their home there for the pres- ent ' Mr. Reuben Bovens of Morganfleld, is visiting hero with his sister, Mrs. Will Isaacs. Annlo and Dora Robinson, daughters of E. L. Robinson, have light cases of fever. children visited relatives at Conway last week. Iter. Harry McMurray, who was the pastor of tho Baptist Church here & number of years ago, is carrying on a successful revival at Silver Creek Bap tist Church this week, JIlss Amy Todd returned Wednesday from a pleasant visit in Hocue, Ind. Being lato In tho season we havo reduced the prices on all our slippers and oxfords. Wo havo every stylo and all sizes. New stock, and guaranteed to wear. Wo havo also reduced the prices on lawns, cotton-voiles and ready mado dresses. We will keep tho prices reduced the rest of this season. Mrs. S. R. Baker. Elijah Davidson of Irvine who has been vlslUng relatives hero returned to his home Tuesday accompanied by bis cousin. Miss Mary Parsons. Miss Candice Coyle returned Sunday from Richmond. Mr. True Coyle who has been visiting relatives In Bedford, Ind., returned last week. Mr. S. L. Clark leaves, Friday, for s buslnoss trip to W. Va. Miss Annie B. Murray who has for two years past been Secretary to the President leaves Wednesday for her home in Melrose, Mass. MUs Anna L. Smith, former Secretary who left tere on account of her health two iars ago, takes Miss Murray's plac!. Mr. Earl Phillips of Wildle was l: town over Sunday. Miss Stella Adams who is teaching at Orlando visited home folks Sunday. Mr. Will Brannaman who went to Michigan a short time ago finds he likes Borea best and has returned. Mr. Clark Wilson, who has been attending the Agricultural School In Knoxvllle, Twin., returned last week. Prof. Francis Clark and Mr. James Howman loft early Monday morning for a trip thru Virginia, Tennesa30 nd North Carolina. Rev. Mr. Roberts, pastor of the Union Church, held a service at the hospital, Sunday evening. 54.00 slippers reduced to 3.50. $3.60 slippers reduced to $3.00. $3.00 slippers reduced to $2.60. $2.50 slippers reduced to $2.10. $2.00 slippers reduced to $1.75. $1.60 slippers reduced to $1.26. $1.25 slippers reduced to $1.10 Wo can fit you and guaranteo them to wear. Mrs. S. R. Baker. te during her vacation. Dr. Wm, E. Barton, 1). D., ono of Hie Trustees of Berea Collegf, lias nn artlclo In tho last Issue of tho Ladles' Homo Journal. Work Is planned to begin on tho Every Sack Guaranteed roadway from the fountain to Klllpso Street. Prof. Lewis, Miss Morrow and Miss Iioatright attended (ho Teachers' rtttuto nt Hyden during the pail k. Tho Instituto was conducted 1 Prof. Lowls and ono of tho most interesting features was tho demon stration of practical teaching glvn DR, BEST'S BABY SERIOUSLY iy Mls Hoatrlh. l.o lmi returned to n r.cu li OIim. SICK Mr. Ralph Patln who graduated In of tho vacation for Dr. The pleasure 1910 has been promoted to tho Prln- cipalshlp of tho High School where and Mrs. Host amoiig the Dr's. relalargetives In Adams, Mass., ha ho has been teaching In Ohio. Walter Heckman, ono of last year's ly discounted by the serious IHnes students, Is working In New York of their baby, A letter rwlved by Mr. Chrlsinan, yesterday morning, City this summer. Dr. Thomson and Mr. Toylor aro states that a very Blight chongo for both indisposed and wcro compelled to tho better was erceptlMc In Its contclluqulsh their office duties, Tuesday. dition, but still no great hope wcro Mr. Hudson and Mr. Llndsley havo entertained for Its recovery. returned from a trip to Harlan Co. They roport a pleasant time. Work on tho Gay building near tna j Word-of-Mout- h Square Deal store Is progressing Red Cross Flour, 65 cents. TATUM'S N-c- nicely. I WELCH'S Mr. Wm. Morris, known as "Undo'' Billie Morris, of McKee, stopped In Lerea on his way to and from Frai-t-fcr- t where lie wont in response to a request from the Stato Department 1 f Agriculture. Mr. Morris will be one of the lecturers In the Farmer's In- Prof. Ralne entertained the students' of tho summer school in the Upper j Chapel, Tuesday evening from 7:30 till. !):00. Tho series of readings given from U10 best selections was a rare treat which all enjoyed very much. Mrs. Rldgeway, assistant librarian", left for her homo lost Saturday. . CREECH WILLIAMS Advertising Passing encomiums, only over your store counter, about the quality of what you've got to sell, results in about ns much satisfaction as your wife would KCt if you gave her a box of cigars for Christmas. Advertising in This stitutes during tho 'summer. Mr. McLaren, the accountant in Uie Treasurer's office, has returned from a vacation which was spent on his father's farm in Michigan. Mrs. McLaren and tho children aro still there. Mr. and Mrv. Osborne und Mrs. and the MIeboa Todd left for their vacation f:i Chautauqua, N. Y. last week. Miss Margaret Creech, who has for tho past year been assistant matron nt the hall, was married Sunday morning to Mr. I). M. Williams, rf Plnovllle, Ky. They loft for Pnevle where they will resldo until fall- - Paper talks to everybody at once and make them talk back with monej. IUrrrbt, IJM. by V. M. UJ 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 150 Men's Suit3 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 b: fooled in clothing, and everybody in Berea ud surrounding country 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 20.00 18.00 16.50 13.98 12.98 11.98 10.98 9.98 8.98 7.98 BOYS' SUITS $8.50 Suits cut to $6.48 7.50 5.48 k 4.48 3.48 6.00 4.00 3.50 3.00 MONEY SAVED BIG SPECIAL 10 DAY SALE Running Rf . Prict 7Jc 21 qt. 60c 17 qt. 7Sc 12 qt. 50c 10 qt. On every 15.00 13.50 12.50 10.00 2.98 2.48 1.98 IS MONEY MADE August 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, GRANITE WARE Diih Pan - - - J9c Rinse Pan - - 49c - - - 59c Bucket " 39c 10c article Sala 'IP To make room for tjur new fall stock of 5, 10 and 25c Notions, Novelties and Toys we ofTcr you unexcelled values in our 11 and 12 Don't wait till the best suits are all gone. Come at once and get a suit cheap. MrtUC CUlClOTtlV kAirucLruk NtW 59c 2 Chambers 39c 2 Titan G. Cham. 29c 8 7 YOH.K o to Prica ... Rtt. Prica $1.00 No. 73c No. 50c No. 40c No. Tea Kettle 51. Pii.a - 89c . SALE BEGINS TUESDAY, AUGUST FIRST MAIN ST. told during the sale we will tetuin lc in change. MRS. EARLY'S Main Street RACKET STORE Berea, Ky. RHODUS & STORE HAYES THE QUALITY BEREJA, KY. ivr. August 3, ion. THE CITIZEN. Page Five. "THE FURNITURE MAN" FOR WE SELL Zaring's Flour 45c The Best Made up Furniture, Undertaking Carpets Refrigerators Ice Cream Freezers Why Buy Inferior Flours? JUST RECEIVED Pianos Organs Buggies Mattings Rugs A Large Line of New Clothing FALL AND WINTER STYLES You Can Buy the Same Quality SHOES for Less Money than Sold by Others Wall Paper Stores Ranges Harness Wire Fencing Fertilizer All Welcome! A Country Store in Town! Come in! Phone 60 I R. J. ENGLE, Berea, Ky. Make The Lowest Prices Phone 26 R. H. Chrisman . .. Berea, Ky. IN OUR Lost, and I flatcr myself, Dear Sister, you are as well on your way in Chrlstcanaty. Gave my Lovo to all your children and all my fronds, fear-wo- ll my Dear Sister. Daniel Boone. Mrs. Sarah Boone." James II. Robertson. that LETTER FROM PRES'T FROST (Continued from firit pe.) INTENSIVE FARMING Selecting Seed Corn . . . OWN STATE any- (Continued from first page) have passed, but If they offered Every farmer who exacts to plant hill, Seo Uiat there arc no nubbin itwl corn next year of hla own rals-ll)- or barren stalks closo to tho selected should select tt In tlio field thU plants, as they are generally from seed, and tho selected car fnlt and kIvo It the proper euro dur- weak ing the. winter. Kveryono who Is not will have been cross fertilized by by Mark tho cars selected Blowing a variety with Rood breed-lu- g them. behind It should get such a va- tying a tag to them, and allow them riety before another year goeH by. to mature thoroughly. Gather as soon Once a productive) variety Is found, as mature, husk and haug up In a aeod should bu selected from ono's dry, well ventilated placo where there own field rnther than bought from a will bo no Injury by mice. A very dltanc( as the Imported seed Is like- good way to hang corn Is to string ly to be not so well adapted to local It up so that tho ears do not touch n seed. each other, very much as boys hang conditions ns tho In buying new seed, It Is safest to get up their riopcorn. Select at least It from a grower of reputation us twice as many ears as will bu needed for seed, since many will have to bo near homo as possible. MoBt corn growers select seed from discarded aa not coming up to tho tho crib In tho spring; therefore it desired tyie. These points cannot Ik) Is not posslblo to know anything determined In tho field. In the Bprtng before planting time, about the conditions under which It grow. Tho whole plant, and not tho make a germination test of every ear, ear. Is tho unit of selection. Tho and discard all weak ones. Select .'0 reasonable way, then, Is to go Into of tho finest and strongest cars and tho field when tho corn Is coming into shell them together and plant them maturity, and select good ears on In a seed block in a placo on tho farm well developed stalks of tho samo ma- where they will bo least exposed to turity. Tho Btulk should be of medium your neighbor's corn. Then select height, stocky and vigorous, bearing the next year's soed from this block tho ear about 4 feet from tho ground as directed for selecting In tho field. with a good shank that gives tho ear 1'lant each year a soed block by using Just enough drop to protect It from the best 60 ears. This procedure will tho rain. Select for two or threo Improve tho yield and quality of your corn. stalks In a hill, according as you For further Information address to grow two or threo In a hill. Au ear that is good with ono stalk George Itoberts, In a hill might have been poor in Agronomist Kentucky Agricultural competition with other stalks in the Experiment Station. home-growcx-IK- thing worse than the killing of Morl-det- h and his wife in Clay lost Sprln, tho killing of Slmms and his wifo at Quicksand in Breathitt, the 22nd, and the desperate affair under tho shadow of the court house In Sulyersville, the 24th, resulting, as in the preceding case. In threo deaths, wo havo not heard of It. Shall wo never have any advertising but tho free kind that our lawless element gives ust There is only ono way to effaco tho tcrrlblo indictment that all tho world bus written us an indictment which theso and crimes would secin to Justify that Is first of all to elect good men to enforce and executo tho laws drive out the blind tigers and hunt out and extermlnato tho murderous element. It will do no good to call attention to fifty Lexington killings in tho last four years, and only fourteen convictions, olevou for short terms and tlireo for life. SEVERE DROUTH Much apprehension Is felt for tho crops thruout tho central part of the Stato owing to tho long continued cnt from the subject. The object means tho impression which you pro-Ioto produce upon those who read or hear tho piece. Do you Intend to se go over It again to see where it can truth about them, and have presented you will that truth In such a way as to maUo Of course bo improved. find that In your rapid writing you it Impress other people, you may begin to respect yourself. made some small mistakes In grammar and punctuation, but theso aro In a former letter, I suggested threo not the main tilings. Go over tho topics for young ladles, and threo for thought and the Illustrations. Beo young men, and in a later letter I whother everything Is clear, forcible will suggest a good many more. Tho and beautiful. Consider how each subject you are yourself most interested In Is, probably, the one about paragraph is going to affect tho The first sentence should bo which you can write best.' I am anchort and something to arrest atten- ticipating a real good time next Seption. Everybody will listen to the be- tember in reading theso pieces. Faithfully your friend, ginning, and after they havo listened Wm, Goodell Frost. for two minutes they will make up to get something or not. Bo sure and give them something good at the out- Instruct or enlighten them exposition; to arouso or excite them, to Mime feeling of admiration, apprehension, resentment, or tho like excitation; or to induce them to DO tomethlng persuasion? Thero is ono other form of discourse called narration, but I am not Inviting compositions of this nature, except as narration may coino In as a part of exposition. So pelco can be called an oration that does not havo persuasion an its chief object and no pleco will bo accepted from any young man unloss It oonlalus this as Its chief clement. When you select your object you mus.hnvo definitely in mind the people whom you are addressing. You would select a different object or a different subject, or a different style If you wero addressing children from that which you would select if you were addressing grown people, for oxample. their minds whether they are going EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS' set. Then, If there are any long explanations, you must do something to arouso the audience and fix their attention. Introduce a bright Illustration, or anecdote that really Illustrates u Joke If you can get one. If you can stir up your audience so they 'vlll laugh, you may affect them 10 other feelings a little later. You will soon find that this process of composition greatly improves your own powers of thought. When you have thought through several Important subjects, divided them Into their subdivisions, reached tho real Anf on en din jf a ikct eh and description nay quickly uceruin our opinion fit wbtther an indention ( probably patmtabto. ComtnonUa- tlnniatrlctlrconadantlAL MANIlROfHf on sent rree, uiaeii agency for ecurlDDAtenu. FfttvnU taken through liunn & Co. recalTC facial nolle, without cbanre. In the) rade marks Designs Copyrights Ac i ltnta Abuidiomelr lllaatrfctad weekly. TarMet dr. ratiLlon of anracUntlflo Inurni). 1 enna, i a lour raonius, ei Doia cyan nawiaeaier. Branch OlAc. SCKMitic American. C3S 5Co 3BiBr.MBW Turk F BU Wailtogtoo. D. C PALACE MEAT MARKET price paid for butter, eggs and chickens Pure home rendered lard 501b. Kldd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. TO PRESERVE FISH AND GAME keeping trespassers off of their land?. I adcr the present conditions a great many farmers allow themselves to bo Imposed upon rather than to drive huntora away, but a paid ii would have no such feelings in tho matter. In order to mako the employment of wardens it is proposed to put tho employment of tho wardonB under tho supervision of a commission of four, two to bo selected by tho Scnato and two by tho House of Uoprcsentatlve3, who shall servo without compensation except for necessary expenses. wur-d'Sn The Kentucky Klsh and Gamo Protective Association Is now trying to get every hunter and fisherman in tho State Interested lu tho passage of bettor laws along this line. One of its plans is for the State to charge a license of ono dollar ier year to pry man who hunts on other men'n of Id, and to charge mtucky at leatt ten dollars per jtnr for huntlug in this State. Similar laws are now and have for years past been In force in every Stato in tho Union except Kentucky and about threo other Stutes. Under such a law a sufficient fund rould bo raised to employ men to 610 that tho fish and game laws aro en!orccd, and to provide stocks, of fich and game for every field and stream in tho State. Of course, if a man doesn't caru a dollar's Worth about hunting ho wouldn't have to havo a license, and tho burden Would full on thoso who would bo glad to pay so small u sum for so much pleasure. One of the big benefits to bo domed Ly tho farmers would bo tha enforcement of tho postlug Iuwb and ts drouth. The Mountains have not Buf fered so far, except lu a few Isolated spots. Ilaln has been promised for about two weeks but the clouds could only spare enough of their moisture to lay the dust for a few minutes, and, if they can't do better, the corn and tobacco crops will bo cut to half, It not entirely ruined. THE LINCOLN ROAD Tills Is "good roads week" especially on tho line of tho Lincoln road which is to extend from LoulsvlUo by way of tho Lincoln farm to tho Tennessee line. All along this road work Is being dono this week by farmers, merchants and every man and boy that is able to lift a boo or shovel. This is tho free contribution of the citizens along tho route to tho project. After their week's work Is done tho Lincoln Iload Association will continue the task of making the Lincoln Memorial Hoad ono of tho finest in tho Stato or in the South. MORE ABOUT DANIEL BOONE (Continued from firitptge) BARGAIN A 0NFARM bargain it taken in noxt sixty days. On account of health, I will Bell my farm consisting of 103 acres, bltuatod 4 miles from Paint Lick in Garrard County, Keutucky, on turn-plknear good school and church. This farm Is well Improved, has good new house, 2 tobacco barns that hold 25 acres, good young orchard, and Is woll watered. For further Information nddress, G. P. Torrlll, Lancaster, Ky. o, surcomstance relating to our family and how wo lovo in this world and what chauco wo shall have in tho next wo know not. For my part I am us Ignorant ns a child. All tho Relegan I havo Is to Lovo and fear god, lu Jesus Christ. Do all tho good to my neighbour and mjself that I cun, help and trust In god's marcy ior the Rest. And 1 belevo god never mado a man of my prlusepel to Vo bo-lo- ve The sreond thing Is to select your (The subject, and your subject-matte- r. tltlo Is another afralr; perhaps you would not select tho title until tho rleco is written. It ought to be some thing, which would exclto interest.) Now when you havo decided what is your objoct, your audience and your subject, you begin to canvass the different ideas and illustrations which can bo brought In. It is a good plvi to note theso down. In a brief wa, cn a card and then talc about them with your friends. By and by you vill select the half dozen biggest ideas appropriate to your object and subject, and mako theso tho leading divisions of tho piece. Next, you will consider in what order theso leading be brought forward. Ideas should Sometimes ono of them naturally Introduces and leads into another. A good general rule is to have your biggest Idea for the last one, and noxt to tho biggest for the first. Tho more you think over the matter, tho more interesting things will como into your head, and the moro you talk about It with your friends, tho moro you will bo convinced that there are ways in which you can make tho subject very interesting to thoso who hear It. Whon you aro really full of tho sub" ject, get a quiet room that you aro suro of having for yourself for '.ho entiro evening. Cet a good bottle of ink and two or threo good pens and some good paper, and Bit down and wrlto; write fast and hard; wrltotho wholo thing through boforo you stop. You will havo your notis lioforo you und the outllno already mado. Tho next day tako up tho pleco and Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you want and get what you call for. Highest market cans 10c per lb. smaller lots 12c U. B. ROBERTS. Pro. 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 terms with easy payments, close around and convenient to Berea College ? It may be more convenient for you to buy some of the beautiful homes already built that I have for sale for my clients in Berea. Good enough for anybody. I have plenty of Real Estate in Madison and adjoining Counties for sale at a price to suit any one, from $10 per acre to $150 per acre owing to the quality and location of the land. Think it over and write me what you want or call at my office and we will talk it over. REMEMBER WHAT I SAY, you willalways get a square deal with Holiday If interested. CALL UPON OR ADDRESS, or In ContnlnlDK live cuttiiRUH, four fronting KorostKt. Ingrowing communities are Investment in well selected real estate-uy this property anil you are sure anil wifo and best for small havings, liuyliiu' im Inlierltnneu. Flmvu roHlilent property, st4.ro property, ami building lots for sale In to 160 up, Improved from lierea. ranging in price fromami Oarrard Co; mountain farms 5.000. Also in Jackson btuegrnsH fnrmH in Madlhon tt"d "i you In farms anywhere In prices from $1,000 to (80,000. (larrard Co. One farm of W! 12 acres, real blnuk walnut blue grass land In In grass, well 2 miles wostof Paint Lick, Ky. Tills farm U nearly all .Improved, and w 111 suit any ono winning u pumiiu If you aro planning to buy lU-a-l KsUite, do not delay but write or .call on me at once for particulars and terms. ONLY ONE FARM IN in BEREA oats ami grnks, twuntv ncres ten ordinal forestry, ten tm The Best Qualities of Staple and Fancy Groceries That the market can afford. Try a sack of our Lexington Cream Flour or Zarings Patent Flour, two of the best on the market. If we please you tell others; if not tell us. cKIt G. D. Room 4, Berea Bank HOLLIDAY C& Trust Building BEREA, KY. Main St. W. I. DOOLEY Beraa.Ky. J. P. IICKNELL n Page Six THE CITIZEN Her father's pltlon Is an honorable rather than a lucrattvo one; he has no fortune This girl moves In a certain set devoted to bridge, nnd stakes are high. Sho played and won, and played and won, and on and on, until her winnings were about eight thousand dollars. Then luck turned. She began to loso. Hor money went, but sho continued to play desperately. Finally some old family Jewels were pawned without hor father's knowledge, and ultimately they were lost One day sho awoko to tho fact that she owed some nine or ton thousand dollars in b rid go debts. They were pressing and there was no way to meet them. This meant exposuro nnd utter ruin, and women do strango things, Mr. Grimm, to postpone such I an ending to social aspirations. know this much Is true, for sho related It all to mo herself. "At last. In somo way a misplaced letter, perhaps, or a word overheard sho learned that fifty thousand dollars would bo In tho legation bank overnight, nnd evidently sho learned tho precise night." Sho paused n moment. "Hero Is tho nddress of a man In Baltimore, Thomas Q. Griswold," and she passed a card to Mr. Grimm, who sat listening. "About four motionless, years ago the combination on tho legation safo was changed. This man wns sent hero to make tho change, therefore Bomo ono besides Scnor Itodrlguoz docs know the combination. I have communicated with this man today, for I saw the possibility of Just such a tiling as this Instead of your stethoscope. By a trick and a forged letter this girl obtained tho combination from this man." Mr. Grimm drew a long breath. "Sho Intended to take, perhaps, only what sho desperately needed but nt sight of It all do you sco what must have been tho temptation then? Wo get out hero." Thero wero many unanswered ques tions In Mr. Orlmm's mind. Ho them for tho tlmo, stepped out nnd assisted Miss Thorno to alight. Tho carriage had turned out of Pennsylvania Avenue, nnd nt tho moment he didn't quite place himself. A narrow passageway opened before them evidently the rear entrance to a houso Dosslbly In the next street Miss Thorno led tho way , unhesitatingly, cautiously unlocked tho door, and together they entered a hall. Then there wns a short flight of stairs, and they stopped Into a room, one of a suite. She closed the door and turned on the lights. "Tho bags of gold are In the next room," she said with the utmost comciety. August 3, 1911 V SERIAL STORY 1 ELUSIVE P the room, elating the 6rr MfcTsl His stenographer's Impression that somo detail of business had occurred to him, and he had gone into tho general offlco to attend to It I may say. Monslour, that this Impression seemed strengthened by the fact that he left a fresh clgarctto burning In his ash tray, and his pon was behind his ear. It was all as If ho had meroly stepped out. Intending to return Immediately tho sort of thing, Monslour, that any man might have him. was dono. PROGRESSIVE METHODS OF STORING WATER IN THE SOIL Cnrcfuli Experiments Hnvo Shown That Ono to Two Barrels of Water Are Needed to Produce Ono Pound of Dry Matter IfTbnt Is Not Available Crop Suf-fer- s and Tfaoro Is a Lessoned Yield. (By HOME TOWN ffl3fi LONG uri'no ISLAND'S MODEL TOWN to jlSABELj By JACQUES FUTRELLE a. W. HM1TH.) "It so happened that when he wont nut ho left n sentence of his letter Incomplete I tell you this to show that the Impulse to go must haw been a sudden one, yet there was nothing In his manner, co his stenographel says, to Indlcato excitement, or anj other than his usual framo of mind. It was about five minutes of twulvs o'clock high noon when he went ,out When he didn't return lmtnedl' Iltajtratlonj by M. KETTNER plant gets tho food supply through the wntcr In tho plant, which It drinks In or absorbs from the soli through tho membranous surfaces of tho roots with their root balrs.w'blch later greatly Increase the surface connections of tho plant with tbe water of tho soil. Largo quantities of water thus taken In by tho plants nre "broathed out" Into tho air through the leaves. The ately tho stenographer began tran- quantity of wntcr thus taken In nnd scribing tho letters. At ono o'slock given out by tho plant Is enormous Monsieur Bolssegur still had nit re- field crops consuming 200 to S00 turned nnd his stenographer want to pounds of water to each pound of dry luncheon." mattor they add to their own weight The bio plant food, tho older surfaces be Ing covered with a tough layer of sells. Tho roots of other cereal grains aro qulto similar, and tho roots ot tnmo grasses penetrate to Irtro depths. Tho clovers go n llttlo detpcr while somo perennial field crops, like Hirt In extend much deeper. all cases tho plants gel most ot their food In tho upper layers of soil. Slnco tho furrow slice and the part ot tho seubsoll Just below It aro the Forest Hills Gardens, Financed by the Russell Sage Foundation, Open Next Year. OaprrlirM, IMS. br Tfce AiwncUtwl HnroUj MftfrailMS. SYNOPSIS. Count dl Hoslnt. the Italian ambassador, la at dinner with dlplomata when a messenger aummona him to the rhcro a beautiful young woman aaka for a ticket to the embassy ball. The ticket la made out In the name of Miss Isabel Thome. Chief Campbell of tho secret aervlce. and Mr. Orlmtn. his 'head detective, aro warned that a plot la 'brewing in Washington, and arlmm goes to the state ball for Information. Ills attention Is called to Miss Isabel Thome, who with her companion, disappears. A hot Is heard nnd Benor Alvarex of th rMctlcan legation, la found wounded. Orlmm Is assured Miss Thome did It; he lslts her. demanding; knowledge of the affair, and arrests rietro I'etroslnnl. Miss and they Thome visits an old '.Iseuss a wonderful experiment. Fifty thousand dollars Is stolen from the office of 8enor KodrlRuex. the minister from Venezuela, and whllo detectives are Investigating the robbery Miss Thome appears as a eueat of the Irgntlon. (lrlmm nccusea her of the theft and threatens tier with deportation. y. -bomb-mak- CHAPTER -- nut' If I am Innocent?" she pro-Uste- As ho talked, somo tnbrod oxclto In growing. mcnt seemed to be growing upon him The roots of our field crops aro duo, perhaps, to his recital of facts, much longer, much moro numerous, and ho paused at last to rtcntn con- spread father and penetrato Into tho trol of himself. Incidentally ha won- soil to greater depths than most people dered If Mr. Grimm was taklug thi reallzo. On the fairly open, easily slightest Interest In what he wns say penetrated soils, whero the upper porIng. Certainly there was nothing In tion of the earth Is often too dry for his Impassive fare to Indlcato It the plant to feed, crops send their "Understand. Monsieur," tho socro deepest roots downward four to six tary continued after a moment "thai feet and in some cases much deeper. I knew nothing whatever of all this The greater number of roots, howuntil lato that afternoon that la ever, are In tho upper 18 Inches of Tuesday afternoon about five o'clock earth. Tho richest portion of tho soli, nnd tho part In which the plant likes best to feed. If sufficient wntcr Is proscnt. Is the lower halt or two thirds of the furrow slice. With greater depth the plant obtains food with more difficulty. Whllo tho deepest roots doubtless secrcu some food, their chief function Is to bring water from deep In tho earth when tho supply 'near the surface 1s short These long, deep penetrating roots have fow branches At 4 are shown the stem roots of a corn plant nearly ready to tassel out. These roots all have their origin In the base of the stem, and each one has many branches. The dotted lines mark olt square feet The largest roots penetrate nearly four feet downward while the spread hoiitontally Including the branches, not shown In . was over six feet This drawing was made from a plant nearly every stem root of which was dug out by means of a small wooden trowel, the length, depth and direction of the root being accurately recorded on the drawing. V, "You must prove it," continued Mr. Grimm mercilessly. "Personally, I am convinced, nnd Count dl Itoslnl has practically assured mo that " "It's unjust!" sho Interrupted pasyou have It's sionately, "It's proved nothing. It's unheard of! It's beyond ! !' Suddenly she became silent. A minute, two mlnutos, three minutes raised; Mr. Grlmra waited patiently. "Will you glvo me tlmo nnd opportunity to provo my Innocence?" she e demanded finally. "And If I do you V "I should be delighted to believe that I have made a mistake," Mr. Grimm assured her. "How much time? One day? Two days?" "I will lot you know within an hour at your office," sbo told him. Mr. Grimm rose. "And meanwhile, In case of accident, I shall look, to Count dl Roslnl (or adjustment," he added pointedly, con-vlnc"Good-morning- 11 posure. Mr. Grimm dragged them out or a dark closet, opened one there were ten and allowed tho coins to dribble through his fingers. Finally he turned and stared at MIbs Thorne, who, pallid and weary, stood looking on. 'Where nre wo?" h6 asked. "What house Is this?" "The Venezuelan legation." she an swered. "We are standing less tnan forty feet from the safo that was robbed. You see how easy 1" "And whose room?" Inquired Mr. One hour and ten mlnntes later he Grimm slowly. 'Must I answer?" she asked appeal- received this noto, unsigned: "Closed carriage will stop for you ingly. "Yon must!" mt southeast corner of Pennsylvania "Senorlta Rodriguez my hostess! Avenue and Fourteenth Street Don't you see what you'vo mado me at one." do? She and Mr, Cadwallader made He was there; the carriage was on his automo time; and my lady of mystory was In- the trip to Baltimore in stopped. He ! She side. He stepped In and they swung bile, and and knows nothing of it," she added. "Yes, I know," said Mr. Grimm. He stood looking at her In silence for a moment, staring deeply Into the pleading eyes; and a certain tense expression about his Hps passed. For an Instant her hand trembled on bis arm, and he caught the fragrance of "Now, Monsieur, There Are Only Turc Entrances to the Embassy." I was engaged all day upon some Im- "Out If I Am Innocent?" nut into Pennsylvania Avenue, noiselessly over the asphalt "Should the gold be placed In your hands now, within tho hour," she queried solicitously, "would It be necessary for you to know who was the the thief?" "It would," Mr. Grimm rosponded without hesitation. "Even if It destroyed a reputation?" sbo pleaded. "The Secret Service rarely destroys a reputation. Miss Thorn-- , although It holds Itself In readiness to do so. I dare say In this case there would be no arrest or prosecution, because of of reasons which appear to be good." "There wouldn't?" and there was a note of eagorncss In her voice. "The Identity of the guilty porson would never appear?" "It would become a mattor of record In our offlco, but beyond that I think not at least in this one Instance." Miss Tborno sat silent for a block or more. "You'll admit, Mr. Grimm, that you have forced me Into a most remark able position. You seemed convinced of my guilt, and, It you'll pardon me, without reason; then you made It compulsory upon me to establish my The only way for me to innocence. do that was to And the guilty one. bavb done It, and I'm sorry, because if s a llttlo tragedy." Mr. Grimm waited. It's a girl high la dlplomatlo so portant work In my office, and hnd had no occasion to see Monsieur Bolssegur slnco n word or so when he came In at ten o'clock. My attention was called to tho affair finally by his stenographer. Monsieur Netterrllle, who came to mo for Instructions. He had finished the letters and the am bassador had not returned to lgn them. At this point I began an Investigation, Monsieur, and the further I went tho more uneasy I grew. "Now, Miurleur, there are only two entrances tc the embassy the front door, wbeve a servant Is In constant attendance from nine In tho morning until ten at night, and tbe rear door, which can only be reached through the kitchen. Neither of the two men who had been stationed at the front door had seen the ambassador slnco breakfast, therefore he could not have gono out that way. Compronez? It seemed ridiculous. Monsieur, but then I went to the kitchen. Tb chef bad been there all day, and ha had not seen tho ambassador at all. I Inquired her hair. further. No one In the embassy, not "Where is she now?" he asked. "Playing bridge," replied Miss a clerk, nor a servant, nor a member Thorne, with a sad little smile. "It la of the ambassador's family had seen always so at least twice a week, and him slnco he left bis office." Again he paused nnd ran on haad she rarely returns before two or half- past" She extended both hands im- across his troubled brow. ITO DE CONTINUED.) "Pleaso be generous, Mr. petuously. Grimm. You have the gold; don't deHow He Timed His Talk. stroy her." hardA Senor Rodriguez, the minister from ware successful salesman a for a way novel line of goods had Venezuela, found the gold In his safe exciting at least a on the following morning, with a brief last season of his prospective note from Mr. Grimm, in which there momentary Interest Interritory he had now was no explanation of how or whore it customers In the On entering the had been found. . . . And two been given. his first remark office of was: hours later Monsieur Bolssegur, am his prospect business "Mr. Smith, we are bassador from France to the United men with whom time bothmonoy. 1 Is States, disappeared from the embassy, only ask for three minutes of yours, vanished! as I can or.lr give you three minute of mine. Let's be sure we keep to the CHAPTER XII. limit." Thereupon he pulled from bis pockThe Vanishing Diplomatist. ot It was three days after' the ambas et quickly and placed on tbe deskand sador's disappearance that Monsieur his hearer, well within hisotvision sumo tbe Rlgolet, secretary of tho French em reach, a neat llttlo articlo shape as and patterned after tho bassy and temporary hour glass, but containing onlr reported the mattor to Chief Camp-bo- ll enough to require three mlnutot In the Secret Servlco Bureau, add sand passage upper to the from ing thereto a dotallcd statement of for Its compartment. tbe several singular Incidents following lower keep tab and don't let n. "You close upon It Ho told It In order, concisely and to the point, while overtalk tbe limit" System. Grimm and bis cblof listened. Morgan, Sentimentalist. "Monsieur Bolssegur, the ambassa The sentimentalist of tbe world ot dor, you understand, Is a man whose Is J. habits aro remarkably regular," he be flnancomoney Plcrpont Morgan. Ha widely and recklessly to gan. "He has made It a rule to be gives at his desk every morning at ten help men who think they have some Invention or other thing o'clock, and between that time and wonderful one o'clock ho dictates bis corre that will be a sensational benefit to spondence, and clears up whatever the human race. A few years ago an routine work thero is before him. I electrical experimenter got Horat have known him for many years, friends to obtain a hearing for blm and have been secretary of the em- with Morgan. He kad plant for th bassy under blm in Germany and greatest ot all Inventions. He had nc Japan and In this country, I have money himself; be had no backing never known him to vary this general Ilu went away with a fat check, but order of work unless because of ill- returned for more again and again. In the course of time he received ness, or necessary absence. "Well, Monsieur, last Tuesday this 1150,000 to perfect his wonder, but It Hf Is Friday the ambassador was at his was not perfected even then. desk as usual. He dictated a dozen made a final appeal for 150.000 reus or more letters, and had begun anoth Morgan wanted to send It to him, iut er a private letter to his sister la some of tbe other membors of the Paris. He was well along in this let firm Induced the banker to shut dowa ter when, without any apparent rea nn the supplies until there should bt son, be ruse from his desk and left more signs ot making soot, wall-knowcharge-d'affalre- Crown and stem roots of a mature wheat plant, from ona seed. There are about 100 stem roots, each ot which had for some distance on an average about eight branch roots to the Inch, making a wonderful mat of roots In the solL aear the tip, while tbe branches are very numerous near the surface, where the roots spread out so as to reach the more concentrated plant food from every nook and corner of the furrow l. slice and the uppermost layer of Only tho outer rccontly developed ends ot the root branches are active In absorbing water and receiving solu- - no crop. Bub-tol- portions of tbo soli which supply the o most congenlnl and tbo richest to tbe roots of crops, tho aim of tho farmer should be to keep them supplied with tho proper amount ot moisture and to provide thnt mechanical condition which best promotes the growth and yield of the crops. That a crop draws up through its roots, and allows to evaporate, an Immense Amount of water has been clearly shown In all parts of the country. experiments In America Careful nnd In Europe have shown that one to two barrels of water (ZOO pounds to a 600 pounds) aro needed to produce ot pound of dry matter of many our common fields. If this amount Is not avallablo In tbe soli the crop suffers, and If the supply is Irregular thero Is a lessened yield. During wheat growing months when tbo foliage presents tho greatest se of surface and the roots are reaching several feet Into tbo noil for water there Is a very great draft ot water. A conservative cstlmato would place tho average moisture percentage In the soil bearing a wheat crop IS per cent below that In the soil bearing ox-pa- n A model suburban town, financod Sagn Foundation, by tho Hustoll whoto general operations aro shaped by Mrs. Sage, will bo opened next yenr on Long Island, nine miles from tho central business district ot New York. Forest Hills Gardens, as the place will bo called, will occupy a tract ot 142 acros nnd provldo homes for 1.GO0 families, who will pay for them nt tho rate of 125 n The groundmonth nnd upward. work will be laid by woll known gardeners and architects nt a preliminary cost of sovcral millions to tbo Sago estate. Streets, lanes, parks deand gardens will bo definitely signed nt tho stnrt, tho business section will be concentrated, nnd various restrictions enforced for tho general welfare It Is proposed to dispose of tho homes to professional men nnd clerks at a cost not much greater than tbo ordinary cxpondlturo for rent Another town for families of much smaller means Is to bo established later, but with equally good sanitation and regulation ot tho general plan. Hy this means persons In modcrato circumstances. It Is expected, wilt bo ablo to obtain homes ot Improved construction nnd with bettor surroundings than can bo secured on tbo average. This Idea Is not new, though thoro aro modifications In somo ot tbo details. Enterprising real estato mon havo long been working along similar linos, npart from tho philanthropic backing, and building associations bavo reduced tbo financial requirebasis. Buying ments to a a home Is one of the soundest ot Inland-senpo quick to extend their business with the general public on terms consistent wnth business principles. Waiting for a benefaction Is needless, though tbo now Ideas nnd advantages that como Now In that way aro appreciated. towns aro springing up on l.ong Island mainly because of Improved transportation. Tunnols under East river give quick and suro access to tbo city at nit seasons. Ferry and other delays can bo eliminated by the class whoso vocations require them to bo In cloio touch with the metropolitan business section. Tens of millions havo been put Into tho tubes under tho rivers, and the subways as a commercial Investment Forest Hills Gardens Is but ono ot a scoro ot new towns planned In tho Long Island suburban region. Kaptd, safo, comfortable local transit Is a controlling factor In tbe case. Individual projects vary, and by a study of tho wbolo field a person looking for a borne can adjust himself to his own circumstances. vestments, and real estate dcalors aro MODEL HOME FOR COUNTRY KEEPING BUTTER CEMENT TANK AND MILK COOL IS DURABLE Can ba Constructed How It Can Be Made Attractive, With All the Conveniences of the City. tively Little Expense and In Practically Everlnottna Directions at Compara- are Simple. May Be Done fcy Means of Iccleaa Every one longs for a homo and RerrUtra tor Which Is Illus strives to obtain one. All desire tbe crated and Described best comforts and luxuries. Tho Herewith. You can make an everlasting water-tan- k ot cement at a comparatively low cost Frost will not Injure It If I: is made right A tank 6 by 16 and three feet deep Is large enough to hold water for sixty cows. Three men cen moke this kind of a tank In one day, after the sand and cement havo been hauled. Excavate tbout four Inches deep for tbe foundation. Put one or two Inches of Tbe crushed rock In tbe bottom. frame for the side may be made from old lumbor. The better this fits together the more It will Improve the appearance of the tank when finished. It must bo braced firmly Inside and outside. Tben put In the mixture of sand and cement in tbe proportions of three sand to one cement Use Portland cement The sand need not bo screened If It Is not too coarse. For a tank ot this sire, It takes about twenty sacks of cement and four loads of sand. Wire netting makes very good reinforceor Iron rods ments but would be better. The sides may bo tamped a llttlo to make them fill out the frame well. The sides ot the tank should bo about six Inches thick at tho bottom and four nt tho top. Make tbr outsldo perpendicular and tbe Inside sloping. It should be five feet wide at tbe bottom and five feet four inches nt the top. This will keep the cement from crncklng when the water freezes. After tbe sides have been made, fix tho bottom. This should be made two Inches thick without tbe crushed rock. Coat tho tank with pure cement, making It more Impervious to water. Tbe tank should be made In one day s. that It will Join together well. Make It a little lower at one end and pipe through the wall h put a at the bottom. This will he a hecp In cleaning. The overflow should also be placed a this end. Storage tanks are good also as a source from which to Irrigate gardens. A tank 16 hy 16 by 4 will bold enough garden. water to Irrigate a This would require about thirty sacks of cement It could he made in one gas-pipe- s two-Incgood-size- The problem of keeping butter and milk cool on tbe farm la a difficult one, writes L. W. Forman In the Prairie Farmer. An Iceless refrigerator made according to tbe following description costs little and wilt do tbo work very satisfactorily. Tho refrigerator Is made from an ordinary dry goods box. To construct take a box about twelve Inches deep, twenty-four- inches long and twenty-fou- r Inches wide. On one side make, a door of convenient stzo, secured by two hinges and a hasp. Tack two or three thicknesses ot burlap on the outside, making allowance for tbe door. After sotting tbe box on end Refrigerator Ready for Use. set on the top a deep vessel filled with water and In this basin p"t strips ot burlap or wooden goods about three Inches In width, nnd of sufficient day by four men. length to reach well down the sides ot box. Secure the strips to the bottom of tbo basin by a weight and the refrigerator is ready for business. Shelves may be placed In tbe box to suit varying needs. When complete set outside the house, preferably where prevailing winds can pass over tbe box, and the cooling resulting from tho rapid evaporation ot water reduces the temperature within the box. The hotter It Is outside and tbe harder tbe winds blows, the coolor It will be Inside the box, as long as the pan Is kept filled with water. country home, especially, could be Improved. All tho conveniences that the city affords can be bad In tbe country. In erecting a model country bouse many things are to bo considered: Its , relation to directions, the drainage, plumbing, wiring for electricity, heat, chimney, ventilation, nature ot tho soli, tbe arrangemont of closets, stairs, the rooms, materials ot construction, adorning, and painting. The most Important question Is the site. A plot with a gentle slope liAjj best This will prevent a damp lar, enable one to build a reservoir cheaply, and gives an opportunity to dispose of sewage. Placing the well above, and the barn and other buildings below, will prevent sewage from draining Into the well. A gravelly or sandy soli, which is fertile enough to grow and trees, is Ideal. A few trocs add much to tho beauty and comfort Two rows of evergreens on tho north side mako good shelter. Fow farmers have a water reserby a voir. Tho water Is pumped windmill or a gasoline engine. If n gasoline engine Is used It may also serve tbe purpose ot running tbe dynamo for electric light It a hot-ai- r furnace Is used It can bo fitted to n water tank to warm tbe water for the kitchen and bath rooms. Tbo woll 200 should never bo placed within feet of tbe cesspool. If tho house Is on a gentle slope this danger of contamination can be avoided by placing tho well higher up on tho slope. The outsldo ot the house should be neat and attractive. It should have a at least three coats of paint A adds much to beauty and comfort The Virginia croepor gives the apveranda a tasteful and home-llkpearance. Exchange, water-supplybath-roomblue-grass vor-and- 0 Not In Harmony. "There Is one discordant note in your garden, my dear madam," remarked the eathctlo landscape architect. "What Is that!" asked the lady, much alarmed. "I notice," be replied, with a shudder, "that you have a dogwood planted near somo pussy willows. ( August 3, 1911 INDIVIDUAL THE CITIZEN PENS FOR HOGS Page Sctch Live Stock Many of Beit Swlnt Grower Are Pro viding Themtelvea With Two Type or Houses for Animate. ,Any It. 0. Dun & Co.'a week. trade snld: A variety of conflicting develop ments niicct trade conditions, among tbxt,-iiowb- clt, w Know Ihw man, them the pnfago of tho Canadian reRUBBER SHOES FOR HORSES whence lie l. but when Chrlit comtth, ciprocity bill, unsottleracnt over tho no man knows whence lie li. John 7:77. outcome of tho negotiations touchlnc Too fact that Jesus remained In adjustment of nffalra In Morocco, and Growlno Popularity of Soft Heeli for Galilee while his disciples went to I the decision by tho Interstate com- Human Feet Results In Similar Jeruaalom to attend tho feast of the mcrce commission In the Spokane rata Idea for Anlmalt. tabernacles aroused much discussion and similar cases. These Influences, among tho people. Suddenly In the however, aro mnlnly of Importince In The growing popularity of rubber prime hccla for human feet haa remidst of the talk, Jesus nppeared, and their relations to tho future. Of mora began to address the gathering with Immedlato Interest, the excellent pro sulted In a somewhat ilmllnr Idea bemo utmost frankness. At this those press or the cotton crop toward ma ing ndoptcil for horses, although In present wcro greatly surprised and turlty holds first place. tho lottcr Instance the reslstnnco of many wero half Inclined to bcllevo In I ron and steel. A Diagram Modcralo lmprovemont8 mnrk con, of Good House With urn. uoever. incy sa.u uni mere., ., ,. or myi- ji.inn. i i. Knockdown Pen. B. Front of Pen. is noiuing wonacnui, occuu We know Eastern territory pig Iron' buying Is of tcrious about this man C Side of Pen. him, he Is the son of Joseph, the car Tbo best to bo the most satisfactory method. penter, and Mary. Therefore, ho can restricted volume. products. showing Is In finished steel lit Is no more expensive In the long not be the Christ, for when ho comes Cotton Goods. run, for all tbo buildings can be keDt D ono will know of him. Tho sugges The primary cotton goods markets 1n use tho year around. In such cases tlon tnat thin man about whom there tho larcn honsea. rn far rnrrmu. I was no aurceatlnn nf thn nn(jrn.iturnl aro very quiet. Forward ordering Is Ins nuartera. and ., .non n. th ni. or mysterious m tho fihrlm offendw! confined to specialties and fancies, aro a week or two old, or as soon as tho good people who were looking for Jul,c are restrained by cotton crop tho weather permits, the sows and lit- - their Savior's coming. There was no conditions and aro awaiting the result tors are roraoved to the Individual thought of the nobility of character. "uur inventories, shipments are 1 snow a E00U Bam over cots. During tho remainder of tho tho power of action, or tho holiness of ?'B ' year tho large houses are utilized for the life that would fit tho man to lead ,aBl ycar' God's chosen people, but that ho was sleeping quarters. 8hoes and Leather. 8prlng Shoes for Horses. too commonplace to be Qod's messcn Tho footwear market ccntlnue3 slow. tho rubber hcolpnd Is reinforced by a ger. Visiting buyers In Boston aro cautious spring. Tho rubber pad, as shown In SALT SHED FOR THE PASTURE This error is common, even today about buying ahead nnd do not place the Illustration, Is In the form of a in tho ngs of advanced learning and tho number of new orders anticipated. cross bar, with the spring In a cham- Permanent Covering May De Easily reasoning. A great truth stated In Msae and is Quite Inexpensive-Tha- tch ber between It and tho top of the shoe. plain, comprehensible, unvarnished Sentiment Changing for the Better. Keeps It Dry. words, will nfttlmcs fall to Impress Bradstreofs letter said: tbo bearer, when a lot of EXCELLENT FOR LITTLE PIGS Sentiment as to tho future seems to A shed covering a permanent salt phrases, possibly meaningless, will bo undergoing ing place for a change for tho better, nape Has moating Effect on Cattle pasture, may animals In tbo field or give a conviction of depth of thought oven though a number of reports con bo cheaply and easily and power of expression. In fact, one and Sheep and They Must Be Grad tinue to tell of quiet business and cauouiiu it may be ollhcr circular or tho day ually Accustomed to It. square and covered with boards, or of tbo most popular books of manner, tion as to distant buying. Whllo mid has won Its laurels in this matched with straw. The stump of a Throughout the ages the world has summer quiet still prevails In many (fly J. II. SIIRPPEtin.) tree or post may be used, and a been humbugged by those who played lines, the vacation period Is passing. Kapo la commonly sown either and already some traveling salesmen on this preconception of wisdom. broadcast or in rows 30 inches apart. ana cultivated. I like the row system. The real truth when It comes to us are back on the road. They havo met is almost always Just tbo reverse of with fair success, and moreover fewer When It is sown broadcast alone, it is put in at the rate of five pounds of this thought. It Is simple, easily un cancellations aro noted from sections rape seed per acre of tho Dwarf Essex derstood, with no suggestion of the where the crop outlook earlier ap mysterious, occult or profound. Thus peared to be gloomy, whllo somo rein Tarloty; allowed to grow until It is we And that the people are wrong In statements of orders previously held about 14 Inches high, and then pas the main part, for the best messages up aro noted. Withal there is enough tured down with pigs or sheep as the and Ideas are often conferred In the irregularity to divest the favorable re grower may desire. simplest of terms and come from the ports of absolute uniformity. For one It is advisable to have two pasture common man or woman. It Is Indeed thing, retail trade, though Improved lota or It, so that the stock can bo well to bo hospitable in the entertain a trifle by cooler weather, is not stim changed to a fresh one, while the one Ing of strangers, for they may turn out ulated very much by clearance sales. which haa been fed down until the to be angels of God. Abraham In en Collections are not better than fair. stalks are about Cve inches high and tertaining the three travelers found at best, and a number of centers re no leaves remain on them can grow that they brought to him God'a mis port considerable slowness. up again. will take a very short It sion on earth for blm. Lot, at the Business Failures. while for it to throw out new leaves gate of Sodom, welcomed tbo footsore Business failures In the United and be as heavy a growth as it was bewanderers, who warned him of the States for tho week ending July 27 fore It was pastured down. When It destruction of the city. Not every an jrere 23S, against 239 last week, 200 in la sown in drill rows and cultivated. gelic visitation has been made In this the like week of 1910, 223 In 1909, 275 three pounds of seed per aero Is suflV Salt Shed for Pasture. simple manner, but it is enough for us in 1908, and 142 In 1907. rlent. It Is cultivated as corn or po Business failures In Canada for the tatoes would bo until It Is so that it wooden measure firmly fastened on that many of tho Important ones have To date all the progress made along week number 22, which compares with shades the ground completely between top, or set Into the top. should be the rowa. filled frequently with rock salt The lines or religious development have a Uko number for last week and 41 In Rape will stand a vast amount of post should be of a height to enable tended to simplify and to make more the corresponding week in 1910. stable manure, and give a surprising sheep to reach tho salt Tbo thatch plain tbe ways of God. Browning in The Export Trade. his prologuo to "Oscelo" has stated growth of green feed. It is excellent keeps It dry at all times. Wheat, Including flour, exports from very beautifully that man has stripped for growing pigs and for brood sows the covering of mystery from the the United States and Canada for thoand their Utters. week ending July trees, tbe mountains and tho lakes. 204 bush, against 27, aggregate 2,514,It la frequently sown In a mixture 1.67W05-- , but that In doing so. It has brought woek and 1,246,743 bush this bush last with field pens, barley and millet It week last mm into closer touch with tho Lord. Is the only ono of the list of plants year. For tho four weeks ending July God is indeed revealed in bare nature. that will grow after being fed down 27 exports aro 7,339,067 bush, against His truth is shown In tho phenomena and whllo it makes a rather quick in the corresponding pe despoiled of their mysterr and Illu 5,08,013 bush growth after It ia pastured off tho first year. Corn exports for tho sion. To those who go beyond tbo riod last time. It springs up and supplies a vast against mere pnenomena, and get into their week aro 350,098 bush,315,831 534J21 amount of forage after tbo other I in 1910. meaning. God is far moro wonderrul bush last week and him I'll plants havo once been fed off and For tbe four woeks ending July 27 given a chance to grow without being wm ; com exporu an, 2,769,027 bush, against i. thJ crowded. bush last year. tl haa a very severe bloating effect on cattlo and sheep and they must crop de certain that all around us are revela Tho future of the mutton Meyer to Go to Europe. friend- be very gradually accustomed to It be pends upon tbe attention given tho tions of God. Tbe every-daWashington. Secrotary Meyer will 8hlp8 of tho ,fflce. the shop, tbo home, fore they can be allowed to pasture young lambs, and tho degree to which sail for Europe. It Ib understood be on It aa long as they would naturally they are kept growing from tho start. are many voices crying the will and is about to mako a personal Inspection love of tbo Lord, ao. wnen u is oamp witn dew or Horses always bring a higher price To return to the story, we And that of some of tho European dock yards light rain, It causes bloating to be very in the spring than In tho fall, as many and wishes to confer with tho naval much worse and to come on moro men sell their horses in the fall, pre tbe people at the feast still believed administrative offices with a view to quickly. They can gradually be accus ferring not to keep them through tho that there was a Christ to come, and picking up suggestions for the Im tbls faith is commendable. Had thev tomed to It as tbey are to clover and winter months provement of the civil administration ,, It pays to feed sheep grain on pas bellGVeri thill Mb man alfalfa, so that It win do them no yards slab, that tho divine had transfigured cf Amerlcan harm. It cauaca no trouble when feed- ture. mo numan and that the human had ing pigs or horses on It, A Uttlo fed regularly goes a long not dragged down tho divine, tbey way to make them profitable. Feed for Work Animate. Tho extra growth of wool will pay wouia nave grasped the great truth THE MARKETS In the matter. The secular is tbe farm animal that docs a large alone. sTssBSBsVint of work needs and wants a After the lambs have been taken inr.lne .of the, ered and not Its gave. jWd supply of feed. Hard work away from the ewes, tbey need good "ua 8 ,avo ,rncnes out and through Cincinnati Grain Market makes a good appetite whether the pasture. It Is a good plan. too. to uu,uun ,,ove ooe Kreat things, at the llme completely changing the Flour Winter patents $3.90a4.20, do gentle ewes with them f animal be a work horse pulling a leave a few plow or a milk cow filling a big pall to help them get wonted to their new M"eV 10 orae unfortunate people family J3.9Qa4.Z0, lov grade $2.40a I tho destroying do fancy b" Vtont of the mysterious by ii twice a day. Both are machines and Burruuuu.ua.. 1Kni rn rA ftin "0(J- wa Separate the pastures in which you NoT 3 red 81a83c. No. 4 red 76a both must have fuel. Upon the quan 86c. tity and utilization of this fuel will keep tho owes and the weaned nbi " " Influences that mo deep- 80c; CornNo. 2 wn.,e 68a69, No. 3 reach tho white G8a68c, No. 2 yellow 67n67&c, depend tbe amount of work done. A so far apart that they will not hear ?r' good milk cow must bo a good feeder each other call. Thnr. la nn iialtni- - pntiarnl taA than and then sho must havo a good sup No. a wntto standard whtto rood sreen grass for growing and Dro- - "um nuove. encouragement and love ply of the right kind of feed. wuuc khu uj iuudu oniy mroucn und. I rt i! ii r In it farm nnlmali. All J lo " and Dark, unsanitary, poorly lighted and Feeding Experiment Finished. Cincinnati Live Stock. l"V""a' 0,Kny and to make UOBUHIUI (lie common r unntnrnl .. Tbe feeding experiment with 40 cat ai.t.- - .t.ll. u ...... -- isvus.a ui Aim - ... ... llliu aiuua mlltr..., ..... wiur-ou.u- ue oi.l uingi is uoa. and to fall to sense the u.ouo.io, uuicner ... tle at the Iowa experiment station has onnnintm-- nt in r.if rnl.inir a. .i .... . " Inform, nitfrn SC!.2rnB.40. annA tn .hnln iUYU. lo. ,a ,.w 8Mure Whenever you discover a sheep rr..'TJ just been finished. Tho object was to hiiV.U 7it K.itTK "n ascertain tbo value of ensilage to the limping along, catch him and examine cholc TllTeSaSXO cows, extra ?4 60 "ft 0oin ,ovo' wo a4.75.- good to choice J3.76a4.40. can- feeder. It proved lesa valuablo the his feet for rot. . .a . . i ..ii u nt .f 'j cement noors are oesi xor reeding . .l which mil naar uiuiwu nor, x1.z5a3.50. nuns Uolognn ' S3.66 last two months than clover, Indicat a4.26, extra, $4.25. purposes, but .It Is our belief that a Calves Extra .. ing that the fattening steer requires ngeis may ap- - $6.75a7, fair to good 6a6.60, com . u.uu,ul more concentrated and drier food aft hog should always sleep on a board garD 01 tne Poranon. every. mon and largo S3a6. Hogs Scar . er the first three months of the feed floor with plenty of clean bedding. or worker la tbe begin uood to cnoico pacKcra and butchers Cold floors, like cement floors, next ".7 ing period. hut not its end. In $7.25a7.60, mixed packers $7.1Ea7.25, to starving, prevents thrift more than " K.0.1 in " lae ,u0Uut wo common pigs cnoico neavy rat sows. anything else. Qraln for Draft Colt. t"., ibaG.iu. ino lbs nnd ess) a,u S4.50aO.75. Sheen Extra S3.35. cood pure air and abundant ex- your draft colts 1' ."LZ ."V'7. Don't forget that Without vvj i iu our lives, to cnoico isas.f u. LamDs Extra 17. can be no sound or heal- do the need somo grain this summer. You crclee there task demanded and crow hie. may let them eat with tbe marcs, but thy development ter, luen, even as angels appear as Cincinnati Miscellaneous. It is better to provide a place where If sows are expected to raise a fall one D T Poultry Hens 11 He, spring chick- thoy may eat undisturbed and get the utter it is best to wean the spring eaAhU'do' tbo . 1 Tr amount they ought to have. There li pigs nt from olght to ten weeks old. gels. What r nn,i. ..- - " .... Aa i,w .Jt.lra. m.n. lumeya "" Eeese oa7C Eggs-Prl- mo nothing better than oats for young If sows ana piKS are properly fed firsts workers 7or oi i 'nthlswe i6o, firsts 14c. Buttrr Creamery colts, but It la a good Idea, also, to and cared for from tho first, this can 111 rfh- of Christian (vjc, ursia z.c. rancy da rv glvo a little corn. That Is tbe way be done with safety and profit. eaini dlsctplesblp. Apples Fancy, 1.60a2.25 ham. 18c. .Some breeders claim that six or to make big horses out of them. per, cholco Il.50a2.26 hamper. Cnrrota long enough for the seven weeks ia The Perfect World. Homegrown izal5c a dor. Celr pigs to remain with the aow, but this, 8alt for the Plga. A world without suffering and ant. Michigan ll.50al.75 crate. Ejrcnlant There should be placed in every pig I think, Is extreme. crate. Honey I3.76a4 As long as the breeding of a sow- - rlflces, would soon become a world 7ard and pasture a box with salt, charwitnout heroism. And a world n. crate. omons California lime, bone-mesinK coal, and Is profitable she should be bred. It hard-wool2.25a2.S0 aabes, ao the pigs can help Is not advisable to sell off a good twtl aDaf"'a'8 ""PP. wuld be a Onlous Louuvlllc. bbl. perfectly and always dead.'- - Oranges al.E5 box. brood animal. Potatoes. themselves at wll. nev. j. k. wnite, uaptlst. Atlanta. I Duurn Mu4.:5 bbl Turnips 60a75c bu, Coliata, Oslo, Whether the large house with Indi vidual pens li better than tho Individ ual cot la an open question, perhaps largely a matter of Individual prefer ence. Each has Its distinct advan tage which cannot be secured In tho other. Many of tho beat hog ralaerR are now providing themselves with both typca of houses, and this seems Manifestation of God By Rev. Dr. TREND JSJETTER BEREH Five Great Schools Under One Management POR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OP THE MOUNTAINS What Arc Your Talents? What Arc Your Aims? Berea Has the Training That Is Best For YOU. you not far advanced? Then enter tho Trade Reviews Tako Optimistic View of Conditions In the Mercantile Field. New York. ly roviow of Wiihlaflon Gladden Tutor of Flrtl Oiwth, Are ., n.l high-flow- FOUNDATION 8CHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent Here yea will be placed with others llko yourself, under a special teacher,' and mak most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and thtf"'commoa branches and bo ready to uso them. You will havo singing, drawing, fara and household management, and frco textbooks. Ono year In the Foundation School costs less than $90 and Is worth $1,000. Aro you aiming to bo a teacher? Then Join tho NORMAL 8CHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Hero yon will be trained that you wilt fear no examination, and you will be taught how ts teach. Tho demand for Dcrca trained teachers far exceeds tho supply. Are you Interested In earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Mile. E. Marsh, 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 years or three years In the GENERAL ACADEMY COUR8E, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. Two years, or three years, in such practical studies as will fit you for an honorable and useful life. You select your studies from such as theso: Physiology tho science of health; Civics tho sclcnco of government; Grammar ; tho art of correct speech and Ethics tho sclance ot right and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence; Botany necessary for the doctor and interesting to every lady; Physics the sclcnco of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc. Do you wish to prepare to enter Collego? Start m tho BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COUR8E8, Francis E. Matheny,. Dean. Dost training in Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. Th s Academy has its own and Men's Dormitory, and a large body of students of high character and ability, ablo instructors, and use ot Col lego Library and apparatus. Book-Bindinletter-writingclass-room- Berea College The College Itself stands apart from all the other schools under Its and has long maintained the highest standards knowa.ln the South. To conform to tho Carneglo standards we havo diminished our, former requirements! Required and elect! vo studies with opportunity to concentrate) In particular lines. Largest collego library in Kentucky. Laboratories! equipped for student practice. Courses leading to the degrees ot A. B B. B. Imm and D. Ped. MUSIC (8lnglng Free). Itoed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano. Theory, Band, may be taken for special fees In connection with work la any ot the above schools. mas-accmc- nt Questions Answered Berea, Friend of Working Studentr. Berea CoHege, with Ua affiliate schools, is not a money-makininstitution. It requires certain fees, but It expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benefit ot Its students, "giving highest advantages at lowest coat, and arranging for students, to earn and save in every way. OUR 8CHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect: the character and reputation ot tho young people. Our students come from the best families and aro earnest to do well and improve. For any who may be sick, the College provides doctor and nurso without extra charge. All except those with parents in Berea llvo In Collego buildings, and assist In work of boarding ball, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to tho value of tbolr labor. Except In winter It is expected that all will havo a chance to earn a part of their expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to securo employment PERSONAL EXPENSE8 for clothing, laundry, postagebooks, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our cllmato Is tho best, but aa students must attend cfasscs regardless of tho weather, warm wraps g "L !fTn.Mart WW y V. and underclothing, umbrellaa and overshoes aro necessary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost. Tho Collego asks no rent for tho line buildings In which sti'dents llvo, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffeo or extras, $1 .35 a week, In the fall, and $1.50 in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing, of 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for return ot room key, library books, etc This 1b paid but once, and Is returned when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for caro of school build ings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services ot teachers all our Instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Feo. for. most students is $5.00 a term, $0.00 In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 In Collo- - " glate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental feo and .room rent by tho term, board by the half term. Installments aro as follows: bod-din- g, Vocational and Foundation FALL TERM School. $ 5.00 6.C0 9.45 Academy Incidental Feo Room Board, 7 weeks Amount due Sept. 13, 1911 Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911 and Normal. ) COO 7.00 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 ' College-7.00 7.00 B.46 123.45-9.45- - ... $20.05 9.45 $29.50 $29.00 $ 6.00 COO lf ""'" "" '"j;. Total for term If paid In advanc WINTER TERM (31.40 f $ 6.00 7.20 . 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $32.90 132.43 7J09 Incidental Fee Room aijac ird, 6 weeks 120 , 9.00- - 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $28.50 $ 6.00 .0O' . I . oouj, ... I.t... m Amount due Jan. 3, 1912 Board 6 weeks, due Feb. 14, 1912 223.20 9.09 $3&20 I oj 5.J Vr ;;;vr Total for term If paid In advance SPRING TERM $30.70 S COO 931.79 V Incidental Fee Room 7.00 COO Soard, 6 woeks 6.75 $15.75 6.75 $22.50 $22.00 6.00 6.75 $17.75 6.75 $24.50 6.75 $13.75 6.75 $25.50 925.00 r r a. Amount duo March 27, 1912 Board 6 weeks, due May 1, 1912 ""g" Total for term If paid In advance...., $24.00 K Plan Now, Some September able-bodie- 13th, d al d - young man or young woman can get an education at Any Berea If there Is the will to do so. U M a great advantage, to start In the Fall and have a full year of con tinuous study. Many young people waste tluio in the public schools going over and over the same things, when they might bo improving much tastei by coming to Ilerea and starting in on new studies with somo ot tho best young men and women from other counties and States. Mako your plant to come September 13th. For Information or friendly advice writo to the Secretary. D. Walter Morton, bereh; kv. Page Eight. jo?ononoKotonoiioKolotononanonononononoiononononotoiio.j THE CITIZEN. 5 August 3, 191 1. no broUcn ilnlbs rcgutc,i. They nr sons, being nsslsted by nor. Turpln, both getting along well at this time, closed their two week services nt I'l. Ml J. l Martin got his ankle Bprnlned lot Knob with clftht hnvlng been hair last week whllo liaullng logs. Ilobert jtlxcd and somo moro nddltlons to the Report of the Condition of THE BEREA BANK f& TRUST CO. o ltowman, of Kingston, Is hauling cord church. Artlo Abrnms has typhoid Bank doing business at the town of Berea, county of Madison, the wood for J. W. Todd. J. A. (lulnn fever, but seems to ho cettinir nlnnir o State of Kentucky, at the close of business on the 18th day of July, and wlfo visited homo folks nt Derea very nicely. Dr. J. IJ. Settlo and wifo 1911. Wo totteipon4enc rbllik4 sbIcm iltitd In tall tjr Uftlttr. 1U tirr g Saturday and Sunday.-- J. T. Slophcna lost their baby last week after n few KESOUKCES. . weokB ! njt (or publication, bat t b trfdenee of ood flti. Write plainly. M Is working at tho band mill near WU-Illness. It wan burled at PI- $123,0011.80 Is very ! lot Knob graveyard -- Mrs. Ellen Car Loans and Discounts M'o. Llttlo Kvcrctt Todd oKototoiotoHOloHOtotOHOHO oooooottoMoViOtaoottotaoM Duo from Hanks 2,038. D8 cause is unKnown. 1110 w 10 has been riCr Mnvo. of Ind ana. but a short time. Mr. WIUlo Rob mine. '. 5,41 1.03 Preparations nro being mado to revise with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 8. C Actual Cash on hand JACKSON COUNTY erts visited his grandparents, Mr. 4 17.03 tho church books of the Christian Carrier, for a few weeks, Is dead. Sho Checks, cash Horns nnd oxchniigo for clearing. . . mcki:k and Mrs. T.ucy Evans, Saturday and 1,025.00 Church at Scaffold Cnno Union died from consumption and was laid Overdrafts MpKm Jnlv 31. McKee can nov Ganday. Squire W. U Coylo Is n 5,534.33 houso on Saturday, Aug 5, nt to rest In Pilot Knob graveyard, last Curront Expenses nnd taxes paid boast of having two doctors, Dr. health. Brother Lewis fulfillel Church i;i.;jvi.4:( old Dr. Hornsby) l is appointment at Flat Top last Sun 11 n. m. Tho ordaining of den- - Saturday. Sho leaves a husband, Keai ufltnto...., llornsby (son of tho Furniture nnd Fixtures 17,158.55 3,820.12 hnvincr lomtcd hero recently Tho day. Thcro was a large crowd. Bro. cons and elders will tako placo tho father, mother, brothers and sisters, Dollollandcr, of Anvllle, Oroso preaches 011 tho 4th, 5th, and following day nt 3 p. m. Services will and a host of friends to mourn her Itev. Mr. Totnl 150,5 13.78 .wimlPit tho milnlt In Uev. Isaac Cth of August at tho new church Iw conducted by Hev. Lunsford. Also loss, Sho was a good girl, and loved LIABILITIES thcro will bo services at tho Baptist by all who know her. Messlcr's stead last Sunday evening house Miss Ellen Itoberts Is staying I Saturday, August 5, at 3 p. 125,000.00 !e'. on, Dear Ellen, tako thy rest. Capitnl Stock paid in, in Cush at tho Academy Chapel. Mr. Mess- h her grandrnotucr going to school Sunday school at 11 on Sunday, Cod called theo homo; He thought Surplus days vacation $ 0,000.00 ler is away for a few on Moores' Creek. preaching nt 11 by Rev. Cornelius, It best. Undivided Profits 5,800.00 11,800.00 Captain Short with a posso of revenue MiniU.KFOHK InlRn RPvlrPA nf 4 11. m. hv Tlnv. Htilfrin Deposits on which Interest is paid..' .... . n 54,220.24 . . passed through McKoo last Bat' ' w r -I , MLVKIl CltKKK nion ou. .ur. u. r.uu.MlddieiorK, July rilchmon.l. 37,005.37 urday enrouto to nichmond from ncntcr and Mr. J. P. Wilson aro ox' Silver Crook, July 31. W. B. Lako Deposits on which interest it not paid 02,215.0 was In Hlchmond, Monday, on busl Total Deposits I Travis Branch, where they had cajc CLIMAX w .r.n..n thnlr tm iv mill- from " 50 turcd and destroyed two raoonshlno iWIU6 Lick to tho Middle Fork river Climax, July 28. Mr. Hardin Mooro ncss. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew llnrgls, Cashier's Checks outstanding n Jug of 2,375: of Pulaski County, arc visiting tho Due to Banks stills. They hnd a was at Dlsputanta, tho 26th, on busl to saw a boundary of Umber for 25,000.00 ucss. Mr. J 00 Mooro was clerkinc In lattor's mother of this place. Several Notes and Bills rediscounted the "firewater" with them. Sunday ta. n.rm t every Sunday at the Academy ' School who .tlcnd..d Tho ln8tl- - llardln Moore's store, tho 26th. In of tho citizens hero aro planning to lnM , Totnl $150,513.78 j,,8 broU,er.g ausonce. at 9:30 A. M. and at the Christian He Is an cx- - attend tho Berca fair this week. Miss " STwix " STATE OF KENTUCKY.) Teachers' Church at 3:00 P. M.-- The cellent elerkIamea Sexton, of Cll- - Mary Harris, of Barea, is vlslUng 1 oumy 01 Mimton. homo folks here. Messrs, Robert VI I, John F. Dean, Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that issociauon lur mimrtPii a niax.na lately crcctea a new Darn Thn No. 1 will be held at McKeo, the 2nd begin at Indian Mr. George Parker passed thru our nrs and Luther Kindred havo gono to the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. JOHN P. DEAN, Cashier. Saturday In August. An Invitation is wn, yesieruay. wun a largo loan 01 Whites Station to work. Mrs. Beatty rteck. Monday, tho 23. Miss Nora before me by John F. Dean this tit day of Aug., 1911. Subscribed extended to all to tome and bring a r.rl tptirher. Mrs. Lo5.f I enrouio ior uoocnianu. no i'lgg is improving. Tho dry weather My Commission and sworn to .lil mir expires January 29, 1912. t t n ..II full basket uw uuuiinB ior .Mr. v. a. jones. Is injuring crops th this vicinity.. O. D. HOLLIDAY, Notary Public. le Parker killed a rattle snake - Messrs. Millard Kindred and Wilson Correct Attest: M. Hector and Frank BaGRKEN HALL. 'r.n rrru. Vaiior fmir and one half I A. ISAACS, J. W. STEPHENS, It. II. CHRISMAN, Directors. Green Parker and Ker ""S00 hauling ties from Jackson Van Wlnklo are engaged In tho por Grocn Halljuly 31. We are having u ct ing-M- r. quite a drouth hf.it) now. c orn is gunl Helton have gono tc Hamllto.i, County, yesterday, after having their trait business. Miss Nannlo Johnson, wagons repaired. Abo Anglln and who is teaching school nt Withers, needing rain very badly in this sec- hlo, for a whllo. Miss Tlorenco Me- opening a fine new coal mln wlth fever, ore better, Measles are Green Hall oe- - liowell visited Misses Lavlna and III family visited Mr. Walter Baker and Ky.t visited homo folks, Saturday and Jones is tlon. The school nt tho vein being 44 Inches thick. Mr. still raging here. Rev. Jones, of Sunday. Mr. Ellhu gan, July 31, with Mrs. Tlllio York as 1, Wilson, and Mrs. Robert Gaines und family, of Burning Springs, has been holding a teacher and a good attendance. We Hurley and Wiley Itoberts returned Iist Bernstadt, visited tho family of wrles of meetings hero. G. W. Allen year from Vcrsallcs, Ky last weck.hope to have a fine school this Ellas Simpson, Sunday. Mrs. Jaue has a vory bad boll on his ankle. What you learn from bad habits and in bad as Mrs. York is a fine teacher. Mr. Misses Jally and Halite Durham, Su- Ueatty, who has been very sick, It, Hugh Edwnrds and wlfo and Henry M. C. Hughes has been in Boonevllle san Bowles, and Bettie Howard, from Saylor and wlfo visited J. II. Edsociety, you will never forget, and it will be a lastbetter. for a couple of days this week look- - Horse Lick, visited our singing school wards, of Grayhawk, Saturday and ing pang to you. I tell you in all sincerity, not as OWSLEY COUNTY lng after banking business there. at Flat Top, last Sunday. Mr. Levi Sunday. Tho Mlze & Co. threshing Mr. W. N. Hughes has been very sick Edwards visited Miss Lavlna Wilson, in the excitement of speech, but as I would confess machine started In this community SPECIAL for the last two weeks but is con- - last Saturday. Island City, July 24. Thcro Is to last week. Little Dee Petors and Or-l- a and have confessed before God, I would give my a w v umu01. vaiescenu sir. uuu aire. r ir .r.k.r.Burch arc attending school at the OBATIlAVf K day in tho little town of Island City right hand if I could forget that which I have fey are visiting uerea. we are in- nrnvh!.wk. Julv 27. Tho new Meth- more whiskoy being used and moro mouth of Anglln. Sarah Saylor was - ...... phureh htmgo formed that Bettlo Miller died, Frlnt Gravhawk will crimes being committed than any very badly burned In the face, Satlearned in bad society.B. Gough. day, July 28. She was the wife of Jn- dedicated Aucust 13. Everybody M placo of Its slzo In the wholo slate urday morning. She was cooking p. cob inner, or Tyner. ine wnier ex- - . ,ted to attend Dinner will be Success in life is measured in large degree by end not a single movu has been mado bucket of apples and ou attempting tends his heartfelt sympathy to Uncle d th eround. There wCl to check these evils. If somo ot the to mavo the lid tho steam from the the efficiency with which one works. Efficiency in Jake. Harvey Bowles and wife, of alB0 bo a QUarterly meeting on the good citizens don't take hold of tho bucket flow up Into her face. Fin- all efforts is brain power. McKee, are visiting their brothcr-In- situation tho result Is likely to bo the ley Edwards is attending school here. 12th and 13th to whch we f nvtCo law. Robert Strong, for a few days at the mtnigtry of all denominations. W. N. Burch began school, the 17th, death of some ot our boys who loaf Through hard work, by persistent activity of a crowd of the this place.-Q- uIte up and down the roads armed with a at the mouth of Anglln with a Rood one of Derea'a Mr B&m nlce both mind and muscle, many have written their ureen Hail ocys went on a iisning ex- - Btudent8 attendance. .ho lBi WOrklnK for tho bottle of whiskey and a revolver. curslon, Friday, to the river and all AmerIcan Sunday School Union, was names upon Time's scroll in undying letters. OthHKIIAKTIAN claim to nave nan a granu 01a time. here talkine uu Sunday schools. ers many,' many mort; by the same hard work Sebastian, July 29. Rev. Buck Fox Dr. J. G. Bowles of Frankfort and one day la8t week.-M- rs. CALIFORNIA Louisa Fln- Is still holding meetings at Lucky but without the direction of the trained mind have ifiaac uowies, 01 iyner. were calling phpr ho hflg w... vaitinc amonc Fork. Several have received the ordt on W. N. Hughes, Sunday. Uncle her children, is .back at J. B. If you are thinking of coming mr pitiless oblivion as their reward. nance ot baptism during tho meet want to know why you should cotaa MarUn Cook is doing a hustling bus Bingham's to stay for a while. Mr. lugs. Tho Indian Creek schools will to California, write to sae. The difference js that of education the ability iness In the wall paper this season.' tad I Jas. Brumback Bold two mules to a meet tho Buffalo schools at Cortland shall Uk delight In tailing jroa why, W. N. Hughes has had to shut down man by tbe name of Campbell for to use the best mental effort where the world most on Arbor Day to hold a spelling con and giving you any Information his new mill on account of the water four hundred and twenty-fiv- e dollars. needsit. test and givo recitations. Everybody may desire. I am a Keatucklaa 70a drying up. Uncle Sam Evans Is very The Rev. Mr. Johnson preached and is cordially Invited. Born to Mr. and take a special interest la Keataeky low with Something like yellow Jaun No worthy young person needs to lack educa-catio- n. at Grayhawk, Sunday, to a large Mrs. Clint Smith a flue boy. Mrs people. I have been In California dice. J. n. Hughes is visiting his crowd. His subject was tm "Life or He who fails to acquire it is cheating himW, P. Gabbard, whoso Illness was years, on the farm v. acaio ana j. u. AmDrose, LVath?" Mr. E. P. Neelev of firav uucicb, and thoroughly self, ignoring his opportunities and denying his spoken of last week, is still very low understand the soil and eondltloaa. at Berea and expects to attend the fair Hawk moved back to his old stand Mr. Zack Moore has his new mill In If you think of coming to there.-Gran- dma Bowles is out stir- - and Morris Sandlln, of Island City, heritage. Otto Barth. California operation on Lucky Fori: and Is raw drop ma a line. arouna agaim we are. always moved to the property vacated by ing lots of cross ties. iyuu u see ner ouu airs, uebccca J. Veelev Youri truly, II. L, Bishop. Evans and daughter. Myrtle, of Beat Klngsburg, Franso County. Cat. OIIPIIA. ESTILL COUNTY tyvlllo, aro welcome visitors at Green Orpha, July 28. Church services family laBt Sunday. Little Cecil Rec- - Sunday. A protracted meeUng is beWAUKBHVILLK Hall, this week. James Bowles made vere held here, Saturday and 8unday, tor, son of D. G. and Susie Rector, ing held at Silver Creek by Rev. Wagersvllle, July 31. Mr. and Mrs. FOR SALE 3 FARM- S- 325 ACRES a trip to Ida May recently with a load by tho Rev. J. S. Ward. Mr. Sam who has been sick for some time, Is David Fowler arc fctill very sick. Let everybody attend of produce for W. X. Hughes. We Having decided to go west, I will Rice, a Berea student, working for tetter at this writing. Hauling crosB School Is progressing nicely at this Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wagers visited their want to say that The Cltiren is al the American Sunday School Union, ties from Jackson County has become place with Miss Broughton as teacher. daughter, Mrs. Ambrose Wilson, Sun offer for sale my entire estate, ways a welcomo guest at Green Hall 3 organized a Sunday school here, Sun- - n good business. As many as thirty day. Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Wilson were County, of farms located In Madison Every LAUREL COUNTY citizen should take the dfly- on tbe waters of Silver Crook loaded wagons pass thru here dally Tho work will begin. Sunday, at the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. two nnT get the best educaUonal VIVA miles north of Berea. 1 n- -, Pnm,, days last week. Viva, July 30. School Is progress- Scrlvnor, a few Tbe home place contains 26 acrei. A nine and Kathryn Wu Misses Rosa ing nicely at placo. Mr. Chas. Kentucky, U ono and halt miles from Berea oa gers were shopping in Irvine one day ui d kunuicu imvq luq nu uis mm cut very Luker and Mr. this " wiiuopms KKIIIIY KNOB Walter Paris are the tho Kingston pike, ono ot tho nicest lough. Miss Matilda and Mrs. Fanny badly. Mr. Geo. Thacker Is out with last week, Miss Mary Wilson entnr- KerbyKnob, July 28,-- Mr. teachers. Oats and grass wero almost James thresher doing good business, talned a few friends, Saturday night little homes In tho County, ll has Williams, who has typhoid fever, is und Bltha Smith visited Mrs. Loganr. James Young is visiting relative n failure in this neighborhood and and Sunday. Those present were a nice two story dwelling with seven Farmer the latter's daughter, Wedsome better. Mr. Sara Abney's HtUe corn crops are damaged greatly on acrooms, a good well In the porch: nesday. The Misses Cora Davis. st ""S place. Mr. Young. Is from Ht count Misses Kate Moores, Salllo Arvlne, boy, while playing ut school yester of drouth Mrs. G. A. Jones of smoke house; barn, 40 feet long; bugMary J. Gabbard and Victoria Lakes Uouls, Mo. Mr. J. R. McCracken aul Bruco Moores and Mr. Gilbert Baugb. day, fell and dislocated his elbow. Mildred visited her daughter, Mrs. gy shed; 2 good gardens and a flno Hardin Moore, our two business m-- i Misses Ella Park and Kathryn Mr. J. A. Lane is vlslUng Mr. James of Wind Cave attended church here, Mattlo Nowman and also the family Sunday. Mr. Logan Farmer of this of Climax, are both doing thrlvln wero tho guests of Mr. and Mrm orchard of 1C0 bearing fruit trees Click and family this week. Mrs. F. C. Jones, this week. Mrs. Hutch Luslnuss this Summer and are both of night and of the choicest varieties. The whole Ethel Williams' baby Is very sick at placo Is teaching school at Mt Easlu Rooney and family, of Ark., and Mrs. Frank Conglcton, Saturday Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. II, Kelley Is well fenced. this Fall Mr. Dill Sparks has gone useful mn to our community, this writing. Mrs. Lucy Baker, of Stringer and family of Carrie aro Tbe second tract of 24& acres Is Leonard MADISON COUNTY Round Hill, who has been visiting back to the armyMrs. visiting relatives at this place. Fred, aro tho proud parents of a flno girl. ouo ot the best stock forms in MJ aro iinu xamiiy ana .Miss Jlagslo Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wagers wero . . A jm her father, Mr. James Williams, has - .1 . I .i a.... tlnlnM the son of Ellas Simpson, fell from u tho guests of tho latter's parents, Mr. vu. mu, luuiiru uu UU4U siaeovj lu irvm amuion. u., Big Hill, July 31.--Rev. returned home. Miss Frankle Pow J. W. Par- - tree Saturday and broke his arm. T. and Mrs. S.Land, of Irvine, Saturday Silver Creek, Its water supply nev i" ugu. jir. li, a. xayior ell Is visiting friends and relatives at " had a fine lot of chickens stolen, night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. El- fulls and It grows any grain that can Paint Lick and Bear Wallow. Mrs Saturday night. Miss Rutha Smith bert Collins wero the guests of Mr. bo grown in the County. Will produce f!nnrmi ltr..l,i ni and Mrs. Wado Park, Sunday. Mrs. 10 barrels of corn in any ordinary It bos 2 small substantial Wade Park Biwnt Friday of last week season. mer8 at PWMntr-M- I.. Bertie Bran- I. Cllck. T,1P,invn,.: with her mother, Mrs. E. T. Arvlne. housos; 2 good barns and out buildReport of the condition of the Jackson County Hank doing burineu at town ings, good gardens; a nice spring Mr. Tom Kid well, who Smith as teacher.-- Mr. ZZrS hrse ,f u1uda5r' !",tf8" oI McKee Comt' Jack,on- - Su,e of Kentucky, at the clo.e of bu.lne,. on th very sick, Is Borne better. has been a new cistern. This farm borders and Charlie Hos- on r. iiallard Isaacs. 1.8 dar of Tulv 101 1. '"Jury. , Messrs. I 1 kins, who has Jim Flynn and Jim Gabbard were tho Kingston pike and on tho County months, has returned to hlB. home In RESOURCES road and could bo easily divided Into chopping n Irvine, last week. 'K'Uer now- Mlddletown. oaio.-M- iss Loan and discounts kfra : good farms with 40,808.17, outlet for each." . 1 T) . c. 1 .11 was the guest of Miss ' ...1 "Iff CO acros are In corn, balauco GARRARD COUNTY In small ot Banks.:: : from grain. All under good fence. c.itTi:iiHvii.i.i: tended church at Pilot Actual Cash on hand, , 0,1 3 Tho 3rd tract of 51 acres la near . ? "Cartnrsvllle, Aug. 1. The Bap- l IVHMV " IMMI yuite a number from this nlaco ' Overdraft Secured f ; Unsociired $057.25 .. . 057.25 tint Htttiflnv u.1inil n t tlilu lnf In the homo place. It has a small dwely. made a """"" are plannlnc to aite.,,1 hn Current expenses and taxes paid , 1,234.42 'creasing nicely. Mrs, Scuyler Iiko U ling, a good new barn, 60 feet long; Wp to Tue next week. -- Mr. Curt Jieai estate i,uw.uUi Furniture and Fixtures $1,020.00.. .. .,2,020.00 vory III at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. garden and nice young orchard. Hero ited relatives at Berea last week. Is the chance to gut a good farm ROCKCASTLE COUNTY , Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Rick Gayhart. Total 71.8:1R 1.1 '..n.l W.I..II.. .... cheap. Will sell It separata from tho KOCKtOUD Juiy ziBi, a girl 1.1A1I11.1 llr.s nnd Lvdla Brewer wero the ifiicHln nf rest but must sell tho others flwt Rockford. July 31. Farmers nro OA it CO Capital Stock paid iu, iu cash 1 5,000.00, Miss Boonlo Conn, Sunday nlght-r- Tor further Information call on or Surplus, $000.00; Undivided profits $2,580.41 Carlco, July 30. Tho dry weather Ur. Early in tho m.rlny th,,v . 3,480.41 Mr. Willlo CruUher of Illinois is vis- wrlto to, Ploasant Eaus, Berea, Ky., DepositB on which interest is paid Is still prevaillnK In this Kwtim. nn,i Plained of wi-- t umtho. a $0,103.00 iting relatives hero. Mbs Lottie lCel- - R. R. No. I. p 08''8 ou w uIcu Interest is not paid ..$44,155.73 corn Is suffering badly. The infant humanity is hard to suit. Do your 53,348.73 b was the guest of MUu Tilda Day uo rigut, trust in a higher Up 'fliiiuhv nfternooiii Mr. B. V, Evana ui oir. unit jus. iiobert Summers died'. July 29. Tho father Hllll VnnttlMl I I'O WCt 1111(1 flit JOlHi fin Watll marl $71,838.41 w8 the guest of Mr. James Brow'Jr, "For God's Sake Do Something" w IIVU ' " ill us in STATE OF KENTUCKY, ) havo our heartfelt symnathv r , Alonday night. Mrs. Rachel Duke iu Mr the end. Tho iotn,. rm,. i. n our urw nwfivi inn hv'lrtmolu VrontOjrJf'1 Jack Lakes visited his mother-in-lavisit with her parents, has returned a failure. Work in g. Matrlcl Attorn? blma w I I, J. It. Hays, Cashior of tho'atiovo named Hank, do soleninlv mvmir bard. Mr. James Wyllo bought a Mrs. Elizabeth. Hlmes. Saturday night, things seem dull Just now. Aunt Pol- 1b UMt MAM. iloaai Indlctntaut o tU Mrs. .Leathlo Tussey is Improving t Richmond, is visiting her sisUr that the nbovo stiitument is true to the hest of my knowledge nnd belief. flno horsy ot Mr, Mike Woolwlne. IB Jr4 et It Ulla huw jus. oumniers has a J. it. IIuvh, Cashier. iouu, of uear this place ihoundsi CLAY COUNTY bad caso of fever. The doctor was M,BS Boulah Viurs, romlwlr bamM nf ho has been hl0(c T..I.. Subscribed uud Bworn to before me hv J. II. Havs this 25 aDBullir an4 J a to i HKXTONH CIIKKK im Ilia ct ftham. Tb(inilB. called to Bee him, Sunday. Mr. J. for "Juie time. Is no bettor.W. J tiuiy My Commission expires Fob. 25. Soxtons Creek, July 27, School bv Howard lost a horse one day last Mrtln and wlfo hapned to an a'ctl- 1012. J. J. Davis, N. P. J. C. gan, tho 17th, with Chas, Clay ns HKNl t ait fd l tfaoitU U Im4 weok by a anako bite, ilussrs. Cliar- - Juut ouo ( J.U. IIUVH, Inbt wook. Whllo out. teuchor. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Snin e4lld. InaUara tuAkl fruo ley Lear and J. Wadle killed tho living a young mare. Correct Attest D. Q. Collier, U W IT Uy f4Uag iLt bwk. Sho scared Saylor, a flno girl. Its iiamo Is Anuw aw M, aaayt icwra. enako which waa i teot long.-Uu- cle a"d "iset tho buggy, turning the two I It. M. uradshaw, ru II kM.i. nie Jane. Cam Hensley und lltth IwtBlt. OaUl BMA. ImI IU fu. to. Mat Mf Bit hi Billy AdklUbon Is uot exixcted to live "ut. Both were badly Ditectorn. Jarred up but Ellas Mooro, who have been sick I s East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else BEREA BANK & TRUST CO. f 1 I two-gallo- m"' ygo'jH l. 6us 1 -; c con-sitti- 7,r ,a v,.i,xr. f, ..! n't I ,, 1 r I!'",' 1T JACKSON COUNTY BANK ' GraclS .,. Knobby. I Sht 21;,-- 60' ,Z rTS VTr'tr' noi '. ' ,7Z. " C 1 1 duu 1 of ni. ..l.M.. 1 - 1 I ! 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