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Devoted to tlie Interests of t!b.e Eoinitetin People n The Citizen BEHEA MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 10, 1011 Knowledge it power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge Is to read a good newspaper. Vol. XIII. Five cents copy, One Dollar n yenr. No. 0 GOOD SHOES GOOD SERVICE 2 OUR MOST DANGEROUS FOES The Hies are getting In their work. The scores lire nearly nil on their Hide. Day after day and hour after hotirnddn lo tho roll of tho (lend from Typhoid, Dinrrlioen and (lie so called Summer Com. plaint all unnecessarily (lend mid tho season for these disenreR Iihs just hegu ti. What shall tlio full record be? Whoso house is secure ngnlnst these scourges? Thuro were reported to the Stnte Board of Health Inst year 18,387 canes nud 1,818 deaths from Typhoid, 18,240 cnnrs nnd 1,042 (lentlm from Diarrhoea! dinnses of iufnncy and cliildlirtd and 17,024 ciises and 840 deatlm from Dysentery nnd Diarrhoea in adults 1)0,251 CHses nnd 4.300 deaths charged up to three diVnfes, three diseases that depend almost wholly upon the hotife ily for their transmission nnd propagation. In other words, no flics, no Typhoid, .no flies, no Diarrhoea and Dysentery. And what is being dono towards exterminating tho pests preventing these diseases? Wo would like to report the battle won, but tho facts are to tho contrary. The warfare upon the house fly tho Typhoid fly lias just begun. A few more people than last year may have their houses screened and a few more may be fighting them out of dining room and kitchen, but that does not mean much. The fight will never be won that way. No screening will keep them all out and no swatting will kill them nil. And, futher, this is neither the wisest nor easiest way. When we begin to realize the deadful nature of the fight that is on our hnmls begin to consider it real warfare we shall be ready to resort to strntegem, and then we shall see how much easier it is to disinfect the privy or manure pile than it is to chase out and kill a sextillion of flies, the offspring of the privy and stable. And that is not all. We shall find a little cloride of lime, a little carbolic acid, and a few gallons of kerosene cheaper than two months of Typhoid with its consequent disturbance of the household its doctors' bills, and its possible funeral expenses. We must screen against them, of course, ns long as n single fly remains, and we may continue the swatting process, but the victory is to be icon in backyard, in privy and stable in the removal of filth or iu disinfecting it. "No flies, no Typhoid." Yes, and there is something more no filth, no flies, or, no filth, no Typhoid. After all it isn't the flies we are fighting it is the filth. The flies do not produce the disease germs. They only carry them. But iu getting rid of the filth we make way with both germs and flies. ll'e prevent disease, ice rob death of its victims, ice prolong life. Little nnd often it iilnt fill He fnrse. nre He fortunes made by "Inrly ttrlhe." to this bank and but $1.00. Any man with the inclination to save should come start an account, no matter if it be 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 shoes it is a satisfaction to show him DOUGLAS SHOES. We have opened up our fall line and have them in all the newest styles. Wc 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 day of the month is entitled to the full month's interest. Berea Bank & Trust Co. A. Isaacs, Pres. OFFICERS s. J. W. Stephens, Vlce-Pre- John F. Dean, Cashier FAMILIAR LETTER FROST FROM PRES'T, ! NEWS OF THE WEEK R. R. COYLE CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE KIIIST PAGE IK OUR OWN STATE I Pellagra on the Increate. The Blue Grats Fair in Session. O'Rear Wilt "Mr. House Fly and Miss Musca Open Campaign, Monday. Demo President Frost's Letter. Domestlca were married on May 10. Have Hard Nut to Crack. crats Family Tito In Swatleas Town. The End of the Goebsl Reward They Intonded to be married In June, Berea Fair. tho month of brides, but they decidFund. Berca Workers Praised. ed to be original and so were mar8KCOND PAGE PELLAGRA ON THE INCREASE ried In May. They will spend their General Nowa. It Is claimed that there are now honeymoon In the sugar bowl. Home Town Help. In the SUte 130 victims of pellagra, "Born, May 30, to Mr. and Mrs. THHID PAOE arid tho State Board of Health and House Fly, 120 bouncing babies. Kentucky News. health authorities In the districts af- Mother and children doing well. The News for Young People. fected are actively cooperating to pre- father oat up two days naming them. Temperance Notes. vent the spread of the disease, and "Hie engagement Is announced of FOURTH PAOE doing uverythlng possible to relieve the 120 children of Mr. and Mm. Locals. tho sufferers. A careful study Is also House Kly to tho 120 children of Mr. How We Befriend the Fly. being made In an endeavor to ascer- and Mrs. Orvlllo Wilbur Kly. (La-tor- .) tain tho cause of the malady and to They are married. The wedding FIFTH PAOE discover a cure. By some. It Is con- occurred on June 10. After June 11 See the Fly. sidered Infectious and by others It Is will bo at home In the iiantry. Fly Feast. cases of the disnet. Twenty-nin- e "Born, June 20. to the 120 June Carry Pocket Map. ease, aro reported In tho three Insane brides mentioned la former dispatchObituary. asylums of tho State, and tho fact es, 14,400 bouncing little fly babies. SIXTH PAOE iha. It Is usually first discovered In Their names aro as follows: James, Contlnuod Story. afylums or among the feeble, minded, William, John, Herbert, Richard. Keeping. Success In Boo and that the iiatlents usually lose their Henry, and so on. Space forbids a 8. B. Lesson. minds leads to the belief that It Is full account names. BEVENTH PAGE duo to nervous disorders. Tho claim Dairy and Dairy Notes. BEREA FAIR that It la caused by stole corn bread The Markets. Is now doubted. While It Is said Last week was Fair week at Berca Column Sermon. that no euro has been found, It Is EIGHTH PAGE reorted that tho iiatlents In the asy- Fair week and Show week, and everybody and his folks seemed to have Eastern Kentucky News. lums aro Improving. a high old time not a bad time by Pesky Flies. BLUE GRASS FAIR The any means, but a good time. What Fly CatfchUm. Tho Blue Gross Fair, Central Ken tucky's greatest show, Is In session was lacking at tho Fair during tho I this week at Lexington. Tho list of day was made up at night, both there FEATURES FOR NEXT WEEK I attractions Is an unusually drawing and at tho Shows. Indeed It reminded the Citizen Among tho Interesting features next one, and the best agricultural, ami a good deal of Commencement will be another article by Prof. , dustrlal products of tho Stato are on week, especially. Commencement Day. somo o f hts historical exhibition. Tho crowds for tho Robertson There wcro tho crowds, there, was i '"S days aro such as to Insure suc- tho tho toy balloon Tho fifth of President Frost's Fa- - cess to tho cntorprlso financially, and vender and rubber ball man, the make thoy win possibly bo Increased to- Letters Is also to appear .'nllar charmer, tho fortune teller, tho slick i)r. Pearsons. Friend of tho Moun ward tho end of the week er and gamo of chance man and aOEBEL REWARD FUND talnoers. Of tho $100,000 appropriated by the woman of every kind and descrip Tho ortlclo on Modern nitration Legislature In 1000 to apprehend and tion all there because, bocauso It which wo announced for this Usui was exceedingly profitable to bo was crowded out at tho last moment convict tho murderers of Senator jGoebel only J2.000 were ever drawn there ns it always Is where pcoplo will possibly bo run next week. and out lor use Dy tho commissioners, and havo moro money than they know of this sum $1,003 were returned o what to do with moro money than BEREA WORKERS PRAISED Auditor James, Monday, showing that the homo nnd community need, as overybody knows Is tho caso In Be$18,997 woro actually expended. "The Losllo County Teachers' Instirea and vicinity. Continued on lait page. tute was hold In tho Baptist church here last week. Prof. Lowlu, of was the Instructor and he kept the teachers on tho move all the time. Tho Instttuto was well attended, every teacher In tho county being presont. News of Week. In Our Own SUte. lr tcr ek s. merry-goTound, 1 Be-ro- a. Editorial. Family Tree in Swatlcss Town THE SUMMERSUNDAY SCHOOL Tho other day a gentleman was tell ing mo the htttet" of ono of the lending men in Chicago. It turned upon the fact that a certain business man recognized his talents, and secured for him his promotion from an clerkship to a place in which his talents manifested them-relvIn large affairs. "How did the man find out he had those talents?" I asked. "Ho had noticed how well he had managed a llttlo mission Bun-da- y school," was the answer. In hundreds of district, now that the public school are open, the Sunday schools will be storied, or, If they "Married, on June 30, the 14,400 aro already In operation, they villi grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. House bo strongly reinforced. Fly to 14,400 of tho grandchildren of Some people say that It do;s not ray ?TVm W"bur4Fly- organize a Sunday school because own A ,to furnished It Is pretty sure to run down In UM wedding breakfast was held In the winter. This does not seem to mo a garbage can. sensible view of the matter. Why "Born, July 10, to the 14,400 June should we objoct to starting a garden brjdes that were married on June 30, In the spring because wo know that 2O7.3S0.O00 bouncing babies. Tho job things will be frozen In the winter? of naming thorn has been let to a where a Sunday Is contracting firm. Theodore Roosevelt Of course It better school can be carried on all year congratulated the mothers. 'Bully,' round, and we should make fctrenuous said he In a one word telegram. efforts to do so. However, I would "A swell reception was the family Sunday school every July, reunion of Mr. and Mrs. House Fly on start a 1 even If knew it must close up at July 20. Grandpa Fly made an adChristmas tlmo. The work one may dress and wished them dirt and prosdo In a Sunday school which lasts perity. There were present all of his only six months may be worth more grandchildren and children to the the rest ho ever does In a number of 42, 998,169.600,000. A res- than all was adoptedcondemnlng antl-rac- o lifetime? olution Sunday Is certainly a dtvlno Institusuicide and another In memory of Curtlss Kly, who was swatted re- tion. God started It at tho beginning of the world, and the wisest people cently." have always been those who most beproper use of one day for The Citizen man had an Interest- lieve. In the religion and rest every week. No eving experience. Ho was there, as erybody else, to see and bo seen and doubt there is a great deal of Sabbath Sabenjoy the fun, and so he went the breaking, also, but I believe that bath keeping Is on the increase. rounds of tho fakirs' stands, Just as Now Sunday Is a harder day for ho does on Commencement Day. Uut young people than for he didn't do any business with them. children and thoso who are older. Older people He was taken for a preacher and tho things-haa way of closing down or need rest more than tho children, nnd up when he approached. Now, of enjoy it more, and they have more course, they are mistaken but, if J things to think about. On the other they hadn't boon, he Isn't ablo to see hand, the children need a great deal why what Is good for other pcoplo of instruction which nobody finds shouldn't be good for the preacher. time to give them through the week He has been brought up to think Sunday school comes In to meet this short-coi- n tnBt tne preacher ought to havo tho situation, and with all Ha Ings It Is one of the most blessed In, best that Is going, and In that particular booth wero a number of fan- stltutlona tn the world today. Any one, who Is really In earnest cy canos. same with revolvers attach ed nnd lumio with renl rreflnh.-irki- . nnd and ,0'eB children nnd young peooll the reporter was required to do ! P' can start a Sunday school, or help u to get any or all of them was simply " .w,,lcn 18 Blarleu "'"W- to throw a rinc over thom- -a nr- - inutelv 11 18 not necessary to have an 1'loal Sunday school, a "Scrub" Sun- , t.n !,Iay 80,1001 18 a Breat deal botter thn the ranch, a big live doll, pocketed no ouuuay ucuooi ui on. uno oi uie Continued on fifth p(c most famous Sunday schools in .Now es The TarifT Btll71B i In Confer- ence. The Income Tax Amendment Will Finally Be Ratified. Our Export of Farm Products. Unionists Lose in House of Commons. NOT HEADY FOB VETO Tho Wool Bill, the Free List Bill and the Cotton Bill may yet fall to reach tho President and he may be saved the exercise of the veto power. The trouble comes over tho fact that the Senate and House passed different bills and they are now In conference with a view to reconciling their differences, but It Is said that the conferees cannot agree. We do not know whether this would be a happy solution of the matter, for we believe the country will sustain the President in a veto, since, to pass these measures now would be to repudiate the work of the commission now at work on these schedules and make the tariff the paramount Issue In politics again for years to come. Let the commission report and Congress act upon the data given, thus revising tho tariff scientifically, schedule by schedule, and let It not be a party affair. Of course, If they do not reach the President the same result will be attained. THE INCOME TAX The New York Legislature has Voted favorably on the Income Tax Amendment to the Constitution and it now requires only four more states for Its ratification. It tho amendment carries in New York It is thought that surely the other four votes can be found, as New York Is the state where the burden, If there Is a burden, will be felt the heaviest. It will possibly be two more years, however, before the fate of tho amendment Is known, for some of the Legislatures that have passed upon it or that aro expected to reverse their position will not meet next year. UNIONISTS LOSE In the final struggle In the Houho of Commons over the Veto Measure opposition leader, Balfour, Monday, moved a voto of censuro for tho Government Tho motion met with great acclaim from tho Unionists but wus defeated by a decisive majority. If it had carried it would possibly have resulted In the resignation of the Cabinet and a new election. Thus the restriction of the power of the House of Lords would have been postponed. ... "MUs Boatrlght gavo examples of her work in Boron, teaching small children, which will bo a great help to the teachers of tho county. The talks on Home 8clenco by Miss Morrow should appeal to every person in Leslie County, and tho teachers should use their efforts In conveying theso FURNITURE The happiest couples in the world are the ones who bujr their Furniture at Welch's. We have the best looking line of Furniture, Rugs, Carpet and Wall Paper in Madison County. 'American farmers contributed over a billion dollars' worth of merchandise, or more than one-haof the domestic products exported from the United States in tho fiscal year just d ended. Of tho exportation of I2.013.C49.025 worth of domestic merchandise In the fiscal year, 1,024 million dollars represented tho value of products drawn directly or Indirectly from tho farm. lf high-recor- FARM PRODUCTS EXPORTED Interesting features of the Institute to tho pcoplo of their respective districts. "It was undoubtedly the best evor held In Hyden." Lesllo Banner. SONQS OF FLYTIME O wad some power tho glftlu glo us 1ft Tn sunt the flloa before thev see us. It wad frae monle a soeknebs free us II WELCH'S "and Save the Difference" a livery stable. uecessary for a Sunday school Is a teacher and some schol ars. One of the greatest Sunday schools In Chicago was started In v freight car. But there are In theso days a great many helps for those who start out In Sunday school work. Tho lessons are already laid out by Tho International Committee, and you havo only to write to Cook at Elgin, 111., for Sunday school supplies, which cost almost nothing. But tho great thing is to Interest tho children and young people, and to bilng out the support of the best people tn tho neighborhood. This m uulros tact, dlnlomacv and wlnnlnc efforts. Very often in th3 school dis tricts people are afraid of each other. York City began In All that if v Is (CoDtlnucU 9' ou fifth pg) THE CITIZEN August 10, 1911 ANOTHER STRIKE ENDED BY JUDGE After a Day of Rioting Des Molnss' 8treet Car Service is nenevu. rtn JlldCO LilWrPPCO n. foln Inn mnndatory writ of riritt Uaimil A family newspaper for all that la right true end Intereitlng. The Citizen at NATIONS FOR PEACE FIRST ONE AND THEN PubltthnJ every Thursday Brum Kf. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. J. (Incorporated) P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. ARE TREATIE8 ARBITRATION SIGNED DY UNITED STATES, FRANCE AND BRITAIN. PRESIDENT TAFT IS VICTOR Subscription Rates rAYADLB IN ADVANCE. Ont year BU Month Thfpn Months Poft-om- W 3 o or Express Bend money by Money Order, Dmft, Unentered Letter, or one and two cent stamps. The data niter your name on label Is hows tn what dato your subscript) paid. If It Is not chnixred wtthin three weeks niter renewal notify us. UlMinj? numbers will bo eladly supplied U wo aro notified. Fins promlums cheap, with new and prompt rcnowuls. Send for Premium List. Liberal trams rtven to any one who obtain new mihscrlpUons for us. Any on ending us four yearly strtwcrtpthvn ran reoelre Th Cltltcn freo for himself for ns year. Advertising rates on application. Compacts Result From Suggestion ot United Statea Chief Executive Made In Speech Made In Wash Ington Last December. MBllBKTt OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION. A college education Is getting to bo lor alumni. mighty expensive Still this Is Just tho weather you were wishing for last February. Thnt wind blown summer resort advertising begins to look very catchy. Tho summer girl was never moro fascinating than sho Is this season. An umpire never reverses a decision, although asked to do so every day. A Sacramento minister defended Sunday baseball, and they say he struck right out. Worse than not being ablo to swim the30 days Is not being able to go swimming. In addition to tho .wireless telegraph Chicago will now havo permanently noiseless peddlers. It When a man bojsts about his old age Is generally found that he has nothing else to boast about. teleChicago has twice as many Hut then It has phones as London. twice as much to say. Pittsburg scientist says thero Is a microbe In every kiss. Pittsburg ought to know that by this time. A A new counterfeit $20 bill Is In circulation. Watch for It when the conductor hands you your change. Visit any store where they sell straw hats and view" tho impressive ceremony of putting tho lid on. Redman $4,500,000, but It Is not er he Is an aviator or a Wanamaker Is Insured for stated whethcanoeist. Warmer winters are promised. It Is consoling to know that they cannot be wanner than the summers. No first class summer resort, as you iray have observed, ever has any flics or mosquitoes for publication. When you discover two souls with but a single thought the thought concerns the coolest place within reach. A good many of our householders labor under the impression that tee Is measured by tho carat, like diamonds. England has Just launched her first war airship. It Is called the Mayfly. Probably the Implied doubt Is Justifiable. One who will sit out on the bleachers when tho temperature Is playing nround 100 must really want to see the ball gnmo. oo Is u great game, and might be even more thrilling and spectacular If the i layers would rldo motorcycles I of horses. f a Willie Herri's Ilrooklyn playmates can never bras successfully about baring had tho measles, for Willie stepped In the president's soup. A New York physician says that ono can escapo typhoid fever by chewing tobacco. Tho remedy, however, Is worse than tho disease. Thrco of the great taken a long stride toward tho goat of universal pence. Arbitration treaties binding tho United States nnd Great Urltaln and France, respectively, were signed at the White House In Washington In the presence of a notablo gathering ot oflfclnls and at the ministry ot foreign affairs In Paris. Secretary ot Stato Knox signed the two treaties In behalf of tho United Stntcs. James Dryce, the British ambassador, affixed his signature In behalf of Great Drltaln, thus completing pact, with the exthe ception of ratification by tho senate. In Tho French treaty was signed dupllcntc In Paris six hours earlier by J. J, Jusserand, nmbassndor to the United States. As soon ns tho copies ot tho two treaties had been signed President Taft nfllxed his signature to two measures for transmittal to the senate. It was thought at first that an exAMtaretW BALTIMORE n treaty change on the And Between the Bunch Uncle Sam Gets Very Little Rest, would be necessary before It could be sent to tho senate. Later on notification from Paris ot the signature there. President Taft deFLAYED BRYAN IS cided to rush the treaties at once to WAR CLOUD BREAKS the senate In the hope of securing acSAYS tion at this session. UNDERWOOD IN SPEECH Tho general features of the new NEBRASKAN IS FALSIFIER. GERMANY AND FRANCE ' REACH treaties are: All differences Internationally JustiBASIS FOR AN AGREEMENT Charge of Delaying Iron and Steel ciable shall be submitted to The IN MOROCCO. Tariff Revision by Committee Hague, unless by special agreement Is Cause of Attack. some other trlbunnl is created or selected. TO BE TRADED Washington. In one of the most reDifferences that cither country TERRITORY markable scenes In tho house since thinks are not Justlcable shall be referred to n commission of Inquiry Russia Plays Part of Mutual Friend the beginning of the extra session Representative Oscar W. Underwood composed of nationals ot the two govDetails of Settlement Yet to Be of Alnbamn, the Democratic leader of ernments, empowered to make recomWorked Out But Peace Between the house, fired a verbal broadside at mendations for their settlement a Two Nations Is Near. Should the commission decide that William Jennings tlryan for the the dispute should be arbitrated, such criticism of his position on the decision will be binding. Berlin. Peace Is In sight in the extension ot tho tariff revision proBefore arbitration Is resorted to, Moroccan trouble, which for a time gram. Mr. Underwood's Democratic even In cases where both countries threatened to shake the foundations colleagues wildly cheered him as be agree that the difference Is suscep- of Europe with a war between Its made his vltrollc attack upon tho tible of arbitration, the commission ot three great powers England, Ger- Nebrnskan. Inquiry shall Investigate tho dispute many and France. After several weeks Excoriating tho three times candiwith a view of recommending a settle- of diplomatic negotiations. In which date of tho Democratic party for ment without arbitration. honors, Leader Underwood dehope of a pacific solution was almost The commission, at request ot either despaired of, Germany and France nounced Mr. Ilryan's statements as government, will delay Its findings one have como to terras. It was announced false, defended his (Underwood's) atyear to give an opportunity for diplo- here that Jules Cambon, the French titude as to revision ot tho Iron and matic settlement. ambassador at Ilerlln, and MaJ. von steel tariff schedules, and said Uryan The convention grew directly out of Klderlln-Waechtethe German for- has placed upon overy Democratic President Taft's speech In Washing- eign secretary, have found a common member Implications unfounded in ton, December 18 last, before the ground of settlement, although the de- fact. American Society for the Judicial Set- tails remain to be worked out. Ho called cn his colleagues of the tlement of International disputes. In It Is understood that Russia played ways and means committee for corwhich he said: the part of a mutual friend and Inter- roboration of bis attitude. "If now we can negotiate and put posed at London and Parts to take the Mr. Underwood was ba'kid up In a through a positive agreement with rough edges off the English attitude, similarly striking speech by Represome great nation to abide the ad- the challenging tone ot which for n sentative Kitchln of North Carolina, judication of an International arbitral time was more threatening to peace long a devoted friend of Dryan. Mr. court In every Issue which cannot be than the actual subject of the negotia- Kitchln expressed surprise that any settled by negotiation, no matter what tions. Democrat should so malign Mr. Under it "involves, whether honor, territory, Emperor William, who bad planned wood and tho party, and through all or money, wo shall havo made a long A'ugusto Victoria at this arraignment not a voice was step forward by demonstrating that It to Join Empress defenso ot Dryan. Wllhclmshohe, arrived In Potsdam and raised incame Is possible tor two nations at least It all about from a published will confer with Chancellor von to establish, as between them, the to be "auInterview, which and Foreign Secretary thorized" by Mr. purported same system of due process ot law Klderlen-Wachtcltryan, doclarlng It was tlmo Democratic Leader Underthat exists between Individuals un.der It Is officially stated that the em- wood was "unmasked." a government." peror lias postponed his trip to because nt the Illness of KILL 20 IN HAITI BATTLE the empress ot tho danger of Infection. LUNATICS BURNED TO' DEATH The illness of her majesty, which Pillagers Cause Terror In was at first described as a heart Eight Die In Asylum Fire at Hamilton, Looters Firing Many Ont. Many Knocked Senseless attack, hrs resulted In n feverish inBuildings Anarchy Reigns. and 8aved. flammation of the tonsils. It Is not Fighting between considered dangerous, but the empress Hamilton, Ont. The loss of eight factions In the revolutionist army is confined to her room and her physi- lives nnd desperate struggles with cians have ordered perfect quiet for again broke out In tlu streets of the maniacs who fought against rescue atcapital and In one engagement 20 her. tended n fire which destroyed one were killed. Troops of General of the main buildings of the tnssne army clashed with soldiers unPASS LARGER HOUSE BILL asylum on ottho sldo ot the mountain der General Leconte. the city. southwest As a result of the conditions borThere wcro 800 patients In the dering on absolute anarchy which fol- Senate Adopts Measure Raising Mem- building when the fire was discovered bership in Lower Branch of Conlowed the foreign warships landed and only a gress From 391 to 433. moro marines. The rebels threatened corps and admirable coolness and to pillage tho entire city. bravery on tbo part of the nurses' nnd Washington. The congressional re- attendanta under Doctor English The Dutch steamer Prlnz der NcJcr-landewith Simon and apportionment bill passed the senate a greater loss of life. his wife on board, left for Kingston, by an undivided vote, but the measJamaica, the International war fleet ure, as it came from the house, was DENEEN IN PERIL firing n parting saluto for the deposed so amended as to safeguard against GOVERNOR gerrymandering ot congressional dispresident. tricts by tho state. Horse Becomes Frightened at Military The measure gives the bouse 433 Exhibition and Plunges Into CarE. A. ABBEY DIES IN LONDON members, an Increase of 42 over the riage Executive's Leg Hurt, present representation. This docs not Famous" American Painter Passes include tho now members which will III. Gov. Charles S. Elgin, Away In English Capital Apbe sent from Arizona and New Mexico. Dcncen, commander-in-chie- f of tbo peared to Be Recovering. The Democratic cotton bill cutting Illinois National Guard, bad a narrow London, England. Edwin A. Abbey, an average ot 21 per cent, from tho escape hore when his horse, having present duty passed the house, all the been frightened, reared and plunged, the American painter, died here. Mr. Abbey, regarding whose Illness Democrats and thirty Insurgents vot- then dashed Into an equipage on tho so little was made public that It was ing for It. Tho total vote was 202 to 91. road leading to tho review grounds. unThe bill cuta tho average tariff on not until a day or two ago that It was Tbo governor's horse became known that his condition was serious, cotton manufactured goods from 48 to manageable. With tbo bit In Its underwent an operation for liver 27 per cent, ad valorem, a 21 per teeth the anlmnl leaped off the roadtroublo about a month ago. It Is now cent, reduction In duty that the Demo- way and dashed Into a currlage stated that he appeared to be recover- cratic leaders estimate to reduce rev- at the side. The governor's leg was Not an severely Injured when crushed being, when a few days ago be suffered enue by 'about $3,000,000. a relapse, after which ba slowly sank. amendment was offsrert to the bill. tween the borso and the carriage. Washington. world powcra have Anglo-America- n Franco-Americaolu-cllot-ter'prea-ldentlr, r. Fir-mln- 's well-trainer, d White Plains. N. "You'll not notlco the beat if you persons were Injured, six of thm seaudon't talk about It," says Doctor riously, In a collision n between an horse-drawomnibus Wiley. The troublo Is that other peo- tomobile and a on ono of the roada at Opbir farm, ple Insist on talking about It. Whltelaw Held's estate. Several hundred marriages in Cblca Make Big Haul In Furs. go have been declared void, thereby Los Angeles, Cal. llurglars broke a saving a good many people the ex- pbx)o glass window of a fur Importing bouso here and made away with pense of a trip to Reno. between five and six thousand dolA young womnn In Ilrooklyn wunts lars' worth ot fine furs. The robbera j acked tlelr loot In suit cases. to marry tho stepson of her first wife. All of which is our Twenty-Eigh- t Hurt In Crash. notion of considerable mlxup. Twenty-eigh- t Y- father-In-law's "Drys" Win First Round. Atlanta, Ga Prohibitionists won the first round In the liquor fight now In progress in tho legislature when s filibuster the after u three-hou- r beer bill was advanced to second reading. Tip-pinanti-near be an exhibitor at the International dairyman's exposition In Milwaukee, He has promised Wis., In October. sin to send Pauline 'Wayne, famous White House cow, to the show. Revolt of Albanians Over, Taft to Exhibit Hla Cow. Washington. President Taft Is to Senator Isaac Stephenson of Wiscon- Explosion Wrecks Home. Woostur, O. A gas explosion completely wrecked the home of D. P. Purdy, drygoods merchant of tbla city, and probably fatally injured bis George Farmer, and Mrs. Kartnor. son-in-la- Cettlnje. Tho Mnllssorl tribesmen btve decided to accept the concesslona made them by Turkey aa a condition that tbey ceaso hostilities and return to tbclr boWs in Albscia. nnd Its employees lo rcsiimo tho samo sorvlco ns beforo tho strike within a rcasonnblo time, OF GERMANY CITY itinia wbirh nt times threatened to GARDEN provo serious nnd to lead to tho call of Hellerau, the Ideal ing out of tho fedcrnl or state troops, Description wild hnnio for strikebreakers, assaults Town Recently Built on the Out , skirts of Dresden. and broken heads marked a day of In- tonso excltoment. Just on the outskirts ot Dresden Mandate Promptly Obeyed. tiriilllfltl V ollOVpd there has sprung Intn exlstcnco durThn itittntlntn hv Ihn eninn.mr nnd thn Car Men's ing tho last two years a garden city, tho first ot Its kind In Germany. Ilerunion, nnd while there Is nmplo pros pect of a lignt later on in tno counn, lln 1ms randa attempts In this direcan Injunction has temporarily restored tion, but they wero moro ns n form nearly 500 conductors nnu moiormeu of land speculation, Hellerau is In a healthy location, to their original prosltlons. two miles dlstnnt nnd about 300 feet higher than Dresden. Tho wooden REBELS IN POSSESSION parts are preserved ns much ns possible Tho 3ir acres aro divided Into Port au Prince Taken Without the ono section for cottages, tho other. Firing of a Shot. for vlllns, Tbo streets are nlrevdy laid out and all aro to bo provided Port nu Prince. Tho vnnguard of with gas and water connections and capGen. I.econto's forces entered tho with drains. Arrangements will nlso ital nnd occupied tho palaco nnd sev- be made for a supply of electricity. eral other Important posts In various The cottage ectlon Is built by the sections of tho city. There was no Hcllernu llulldlng society nnd tho fighting. houses aro rented to members only. Gen. Clnclnnntus Leconto was pro- Membership Is secured by taking a claimed chief of the province, nnd his sharo equal to $47.CO and tho liability election to the presidency seems as- of tho members ends there. Interest up to 4 per rent Is paid on tbeso sured. shares and any further profits aro divided among the community. Tcnuro Roman Pontiff a Very Sick Man. Homc.-T- lu condition of Pope Plus Is fixed and the tenant may leave at a X. Is rmislnc tho crcntest anxiety and year's notlco. Cottages nrc built to rent nt $C2 to gives rlso to tho wildest rumors. Ills Each cottage has a Holiness, who has been seriously In- - J 1C0 nnnuully garden, a largo cellar, separate scullery with built-iboiler, pantry, wa ter closet on tho ground floor, easily I accessible attic, gas for cooking, elec- -' trie light and bells, water connection. and If needed accommodation for domestic animals, Tho smallest cottage consists of four rooms, kitchen and living room an the ground floor nnd two bedrooms on tho upper floor, largo enough for n family with two or three children. During Inst yenr ISO ot these cottages were built and are now occupied. For 1011 an additional ISO arc already planned. In the villa quarter residences nrn to bo had at a rent ot $200 to $500 and over, with steam heat, warm water to the bedrooms nnd other conveniences. Construction is undertaken by the Garden City company according to tho wishes of the Intending tenant. The house nnd grounds nrc then let nt a rent proportionate to the cost of building and tho value of thn land (5 V4 per rent of tbo former nnd C per cent of tho latter). Tbo land Is valued at 13.2 rents pur POPE PIUS X. squaro foot (In the cnttago quarter disposed for nearly three weeks, has at 9.3 cents per square foot). Thn grown steadily weaker nnd the attend- tenant must provldo of tho ing physicians do not conceal their cost of building nnd 4 per cent Interanxiety. est Is paid on this sum. An artistic uniformity of building Is guaranteed by a building commisLINER AND ICEBERCCOLLIDE sion, tho sanction of which is required for nil plans. Electric light Is Nine Passengers and Sailors Injured-Ve- ssel supplied from the power station ot Damaged. thn German Institute cf Technical Arts at a cost of 9.5 cents per kiloNew York. Tho smashed bows and watt hour; gas costs 45.4 cents per torn decks of tho Anchor Liner Colum- 1,000 nnd water 30.8 cents per 1,000 bia, in port from Glasgow, bore silent cubic feet Preparatory schools aro provided testimony to tho collision of the steamfor tho younger children; there Is nn er with a huge Iceberg in mldocenn. Nino passengers nnd sailors were In- Instltuto of Technical Arts, and a jured,' but desplto their cuts, bruises, small nursery which undertakes work brokon arms and dislocated collar- In tho gardens of now houses nnd a bones nil praised tho captain that tho small school of gardening could easily bo attached to this. Thero Is an damngo was no worse. electric car service from the city out to Hellerau, the run taking about 20 Much Damage By Rain. Richmond, Ind. A terrific rainstorm, accompanied by wind und hail, did NATIVE STONE IS THE BEST $75,000 damngo horo. Tho Adam liar-tc- l Co., manufacturers of men's apRanks First as Material for Small parel, lost $10,000 on stock. Houses, With Well Chosen Tho Rcld Momorial church, tho finBrick Second. est In Richmond, was damaged to tho $500 nnd tliu Masonic temextent of In materials, native stone, shipped ple was damaged by lightning. stone, concrete, brick, shingles nnd planks nro good In tho order named. Price Will Soar. Native stono deserves first placo beSouth Dend, Ind. A prolonged cause It is suro to bo good In color drought nnd tho ravages of tho cut- for the place In which It Is quarried worm aro responsible for a reduction especially after It is somewhat weath In pvppcrmcnt yield ered. Shipped stono Is often quite ns of about of Northern Indiana nnd Southern good, sometimes even better, nnd ocMichigan this year. Consequently pep- casionally bad. In using cither kind permint oil will command not logs than ot stono for small houses, a heavy $5.2G per pound on tbo market in tbo and clumsy effect may bo obtained near future. unintentionally, If tho stono Is very rough hewn. Tho smoother tbo stone, Togo at Washington's Tomb. or tho narrower the layera of It, tho Washington, In tho presence ot a leBB danger thero Is of this heaviness. distinguished company Admiral Togo Concrete has a naturally good color, placed a wreath on tho tomb of Wash- and may bo toned artificially, If deington at Mt. Vernon. Tho visit of sired. Ilrlck, If well chosen, Is a the great Japanese fighter was made closo second to natlvo stono. From during tho afternoon, tho President's that position It runs down the scalo yncht, tho Mayflower, having been until It Is scarcely better In quality placed at his disposal. than wood, and less agreoablo to look at. A brick ot staring red will bo a horror to any cultivated eye; and if Ohio Man Gets Millionth Patent. Washington. Tho millionth patent you wish to make such a houso a Issued by tho United States was an- nightmare, you have only to surround nounced by Commissioner of PatuntB It with purple clematis, scarlet salvia Moore. It Is for a puncturo proof tiro geraniums and crimson ramblers. The for automobiles and other vehicles, de- result Is better Imagined than seen. pending upon rubber springs for Its Wood, the poorest of building materollency, and is tho invention of an rials, Is discouraged by all our build-In- s laws. It needs constant painting, Akron (O.) man. repairs and worrying with, and Is to be taken only as a last resort, In Noted Nurse Dead. Washington. Countess Susan J. placo of a canvas lent If It must puzmnn, who nursod through lllnoss be wood, however, wo mny consolo Prosldcnt Garflold, Mrs, Theodora ourselves with the thought that shinRoosevelt and other prominent per- gles take good stains and make sona during her 40 years us a trained very picturesque appearance. And if the house is Irrevocably ot planks, nurse, is dead. wo, enn at least plan for an unobJe tlonablo color scheme. Colombian Troops Routed. Guayaquil, Ecuador. A battle was fought between Colombian and PeruCare of Tree Wound. vian troops la Caquota, a largo unoi Whenever a large limb Is sawed eanlzcd territory In Colombia, and tho from the tree the wound should be at Colombians wvre defeated wllb groat once covered with wax or thick paint. u-four-tenth- s ono-thlr- d Injunction ordering tho city railway OSI 08. August 10, 1911 THE CITJZEN Page Thre THE 00 AT. ANOTHER EASTERN SECTION Q0059OQ BRAND TWENTY-THREE MORGAN'S MEN TO OATHER. YEARS OLD. Arrangements For Annual Encamp ment Finally Completed, Georgetown. Jas. Wobstor, rnrllntn Thn riprutlvn committee ono of tho county's prominent of tne Morgan's Men's association has farmers, oxmpiicu upon wo v aDOut completed all arrangements for INDUCES CRAVING FOR DRINK LINCOLN ROAD TO BE BENEFIstrocls a ploco of bread twonty- tne nnnuaj encampment to be held at yoars old, which had been 1C, Immodl- threo CIARY OF ONE DAY'S FAIR aT(t mu August 15 and English Eye Specialist sacredly kopt oy ins granu- - v ntely after tho close of tho Parks Hill COVER FOR BASEBALL FIELD RECEIPTS. Dobby Kabs. Her mothor, Mrs. assembly. Advances New Reason for Whisky , daughtcr-ln-lnwMm. Magglo Tho officers of the asoclatlon aro Waterproof Strip Drains Rain From Habit In Poor Eyes. LAST LOB SCHOOL HOUSE GONE Kabs, brought this roll In her Base Lines and Prevents Them President. Qcn. Hasll VV. Duke, Louis lunch with hor from Kansas In V I villa; secretary, Col. Green II. Kollor, From Getting Muddy. It Is a queer theory which Is now 1888, making tho odd request Woman Dragged Through a Barbed 'f of Carlisle, being put forward In explanation of . . that tho parent kcop It through- i With the baseball season In full Ilotwcon 230 and 300 survivors or Wire Fence Annual Gathering drunkenness. If you suffer from eyeout hor life. and their blast, anything relating to tho naGon. Morgnn's command of Morgan' Men A Peculiar strain astigmatism you run tho risk I pnmnHM nf nttinr nmmnnflfl flttended tional game becomes of paramount InLaw Suit of becoming a victim of tho whisky cover ,ho rcunon last August nnd It Is be terest. Here Is a waterproof The cow. It Is ft model beast. habit unless an eye specialist Is con- for the diamond designed by a PennIts coat It toft as silk. lieved that botween 300 and 400 vetsulted and glasses obtained to suit the To get the butter from the cow Winchester. A corps of onglnoers erons will gather this year. Ono thing sylvania man that Is guaranteed to DIRT FLEW IN LINCOLN ROAD. dcfectlvo sight You have to churn the milk. Is busy surveying a lino from this clly that has tended to enliven tho Interest keep the base lines dry during the Very many peoplo who think their to Irvln. Tho survey crossed Ilcil A nanny alto can be mltked, eyes nro quite all right aro really Wise Ones Predict Great Future For tho last year or two Is tho attendance heavy rains, Tho cover Is a strip of river about two miles abovo Its June Although you'd never dream many fodoral veterans, and It is waterproof material that when not In astigmatic," a woll known English eye the Lincoln Road One .of the I of To get the butter from the goat tlon with tho Kentucky, nml from that oxpected that a number will oxtend use la rolled up from both ends and specialist declares, "and toko no steps You don't need any cream. of Stat- eWonders the point followed tho old Loulsvlllo. Cintho glad hand to tho old confederate placed on a truck, being first laid on to remodr tho defect Tho result la Friendly Rivalry, cinnati & Virginia line, which was surhinged legs that a support having veterans this year. SURE that they suffer from mental and phys- veyed 20 years ago. Others say that unrolling. NEAT TRICK SAFE AND facilitate its rolling and leal exhaustion, culminating In In- tho Loulsvlllo & Nashville will soon Loulsvlllo. Farmers nnd business When a storm comes up ono of theso to KENTUCKY'8 FIRST BIG ONE. Glass May Be Cut Without Danger of tenso headaches, nnd often leading bo double tracked from Cincinnati to men living along the Central Lincoln strips can bo unrolled over each of o nervous oreanuowa. . t .,... .. Mttln tn thn tin. Breaking If Immersed In Tub of this city, and that a new road will I Sav moy una py exper.ouuo ,.aw Water While Working. rted fields and stores Falls City Po.tofflee Will Become cost but little more than to double coin i nouing aueviaies incso bjiuiuuuib mfl u " Bepiemoer. track tho present line. The proposed and took lo tho onon mko. They took . With an ordinary pair of scissors quickly as oranoy, ana, wnen " o vu " nnil nhnvnlS. mKCS lino will bo much shorter than the with thorn vn rnn .t n Louisville. nf ffinnn a win. becomes excessive, or tno inaomiy io This city will have nn,i inno nf nnthuslasm. present one, and It will bo extendod easily as work properly gets almost )"uper. dow pane, for lnstanco-- as s'uu.us to connect with the loulsvlllo A Nash- - From early morning until nightfall, postal savings nan aysiem ame. mey arm oranay, you can cut a sheet of pasteboard. vllla'at Harbournvlllo, thus opening up under tho blistering sun tn nlno coun- - Soptcrabor 1. Tho nnnouncomcnt was. The secret of this experiment con- - soaa water, wnen me to Allen nnd tho Ten- - mado by Postmaster General Hitchsomo rich sections of the mountains, ties, Joffcrson cock. Tho city was selected as ono ststs In plunging your hands, with tho brandy wears on mere is a ruac-u- u, fairly flow, nessoo line, tho dirt luuru-uglass and scissors, Into a tub of water, and the symptoms recur with Brcater .' ui m Tho day marked tho opening or oi mo 19 LAST OF ITS KIND TO GO. and there performing tho operation. In violence, and more of the spirit .nnmivod bv Po- - in which tho new system is to be In nn,i. 'of Louisville, and stalled, chiefly because of Its high rank way tho glass cuts In straight or laxen. this ter Leo Athcrton, "As time goes on a greater quan- Loulsvlllo. Tho advent of tho janl broucht to realization by tho advo- - as a manuracturing ana commercial in curved lines, without break or vl- - tity is needed to stimulate tho system passing of tho log school rnto nf pnn.1 rnmiii In the Central Lin- - contcr. Nino other cities wcro mraw tor and tho crack, for tho wator deadens the last you Tho gross receipts of tho Loulsvlllo houso will bo coincident In tho history coin Iload association, of which Mr. bratlons of tho scissors and tho sheet up to working point, and at can only - postomce. according to tno iasi report. of tbo Jefferson county schools. of glass, says a writer In tho Magical Bet to that state when a man itherton Is prcrldont Up to Saturuu Through a recent decision of tho rtnv nleht hn volunteers in the sov- - were 1963,895. Tho international mon Experiments. If tho operator allows ao ousincss Bucce8Biu..jr county board of education every school cral counties will contlnuo to strive oy orders amounted to $99,375. Tho tho smallest part of tho scissors to ap- - the Influence of alcohol, does not course popilatlon "That state, of In tho county will bo supplied with n in frinmiiv rivnirv. tn keen tho creat- - norccntngo of foreign-borpear abovo tho water, tho vibrations alco- Janitor when school opens In Scptcm est number of workers on tho road, la given as 11 per cent, the number of will bo sufficient to prevent tho sue-- last, for In duo sequence chronic suf- n holism has mado the and the number of ber, and on tho same date, the "last and accomplish tho greatest results, banks twenty-onccbs of the experiment. ti ,orfor ferer unfit for anything but a course ragged beggnr sunning," as Whlttlcr's Tho Central Lincoln road Is expect savings banks three. All of theso facts ho Is never poem puts It, tho old log schoolhouso ed to bo ono of tho best In the coun woro taken Into consideration. will bo incredulous of this statement, of hospital treatment, and not for In division No. 6, on tho Illuo Lick try when 1. Is finished. Extending dl but lot them try the experiment and the same man again. And Cover for Ball Field. pike, beyonk Okolonn, will havn been roct from Loulsvlllo to tho southern they will bo convinced of Its truth. MULES AND HORSES PERISH. . replaced with n modern structure. border lino of tho state, passing There is another wny in which you renevcu, iuu6u the four baso lines and will protect may cut thin glass with a pair of scls- through somo of tho richest of Ken Animals Lose Lives In Burning Barn them from getting muddy and nf lliiiu auvuiu tucky soil and somo of the most pic BUILDING BOOM. Near EHzabethtown. device will The ' sunDortlng couroo, was to consult an oculist, who touching at Buffalo, turcsquo; and serve to keep tho cover raised slight would havo given a prescription for A largo barn bo ly In the center and drain the water EHzabethtown. nnd specifications within a few miles of tho Lincoln Carlisle. spectacles. Then the victim would Improve- - lonelnc to T. S. Gardner, was destroy for tho now city hnll have been re- farm, tho highway, with tho off all along tho line, so there Is no have found himself able to worK wen ceived and tho contracts will bo let monts that havo been mapped out, Is- ed by fire. Tho origin of tho flro Is danger of nny settling along tho edges and only get healthily tired at tho end begun within tho next CO predicted by expert engineers to tie- unknown. Thcro wero eighty tons of and seeping underneath. Cables atand work of tbo day. IJlucgraits como ono of tho sight" places or. tno nny anij a humbor of vehicles and tached to tho ends of tho strip fa days. The plant of tho "The fault very often lies not In the farming Implements, six mules and cilitate Its unwinding. l'roduco Co. Is under construction.. stato. Individual eyjs, but In their Inability In the barn. All trcro two horses work has begun on tho Darnall build to focus properly together. Tho focusburned. Tho loss Is estimated at SOUTH KENTUCKY FAIR. lng and tho Loulsvlllo & Nashvlllo ing muscles In their effort to remedy ODD THINGS FOR AMUSEMENT about $4,000, railroad will soon begin the croctlon this are strained, nnd In consequence Receipts of Louisville Day Will Be of tho two new depots. give rise to general fatigue. Several Little Tricks That Will As- BURNED TO DEATH. Given to Lincoln Way Fund. "I have had ono Interesting case In mist Greatly In Entertaining a 8HOWMAN KILLED; PATRON AR point A professional man, whose Party of Friends. Down Stairs With. Glasgow. Tho management of tho Woman Falls RESTED. work demanded mental concentration, South Kentucky Fair association is Lighted Lamp. and who suffered from nstlgmatlsm, Hero nro some things that you tho Tnylorsvlllc. Colorado (Irani, pro making arrangements to make became so 111 that he had to undergo might do to pass away an evening, greatest Mrs. Calvin Blake- - or to provide Nlcholasvlllo. an operation. prlotor of n traveling dog nnd pony 1911 exhibition ono of CItho cntcriammeni tor a years ago. man, 48, was burned to death. While organization, "Surgically this was a success, but Cutting Glass. show, was killed here. John I'raux, n slnco Its when nothing better Tho receipts of tho fair on tho second carrying a lamp down into a collar she Sily of friends ho did not recover at all well an refarmer. Is under arrest. Grant comes day will bo given to tho Central Linitself: oAvrs your handB gards his general health, nnd tho medplunging fell, and her clothing becamo Ignited from Owen county, Kentucky, and To find a number any ono thinks of. sors. without This will also lo Louls You have leaves n widow and child. I'raux was coln road. and tho mayor, board of from tho lamp. Her husband nnd son use the following method: Let a per with tho glass into water. with llttlo ical man who attended him could not say why ho was so slbw. ejected from tho tent during tho per vlllo day. Commercial club and Louls wero badly burned whllo trying to ex son think of a number, say six. Tell only to cover tho gla3 trade and tinguish tho flames. a t.1 olr Mm bands or strings of paper, carefully The man In six months was, now- ..Iiti.i It t.w tYtmn. formance. Invited to make vlllo friends will bo re- and arranged in all dlrecthen to add 1: then multiply by throe. Pasted on eso Danas aoauen mo v ura- - over In hlg oplnIoni flt cn0UBh t0 Way and a trip over the new Lincoln NEXT YEAR. turn l0 .. work- - ,Dut ne was nttacKcd IN LOUISVILLE fhn hh . .hi, th number thoucht tn"- - uuua KICKED BY HORSE. ...vm .f . .. 1. " visit tho fair on that day. TUo rair iuu crlnaa iiiBiHH. t,n bMa Trnm i rrnnupnnv nv tub oi licrvuua wunuaof. Tho result will bo 03. After ho uuua will be held Soptcrabor 27, continuing Loulsvlllo. At Clovcland, O., follow Informs you of the entire amount, you breaking. Tho experiment with tho tJon ouna brandy relieved them, and, Glasgow. Kugcn'o Copass was kick four days. lng tho adoption of an amendment pro etriUo off tho last number, which will tub of water, however. Is tho saiesi at lagt toolt t0 carrying a flask of tho cd by a horse nnd It Is feared Internal spirit to banish them. and surest. viding for a ralso of approximately, 50 leave six. the original number. ly Injured. Tho young man has bee REAMS OF DIAMONDS Luckily for him, his doctor at last per cent in tho monthly dues of mem Ily taking a long pieco of wood, since tho accident nnd his unconscious Forest such as tho handle of a broom, and REAL MEANING OF MILLION noticing his eyes looked strained and attending physicians think his condl And Getting Out of Bed Young Wom bors of tho Catholic Order of suspecting irouDie mere, buhi mm j. era, tho International convention de lacing a watch at ono end, tho tick tlou critical. ' lie was hitching the an Finds Lost Gems. cided to abolish tho additional charge lng will bo heard very distinctly at some Figures Given That May Give havo his eyes examined, when It was horse to a buggy when tho accident fa mmln nrrntnot rutrantia rn. tho othor end. !" iounu mat Significance to Greatly usea . diamond rings, occurred. Mt. Stcrllng.-T- wo Now tnai ne uoea bo ue i nv nlnrlnir n eardon snail unon a Term Distance to SUn. ........ suppocu iu imv "" mi, Wni hereafter be carried at reg' nlnr of clnaa It will DrodUCC by ueaiioj aun iwu uUwu PARIS DENTIST HURT. rn,a ii.iavllln wni drawlntr Itself along, a vory sweet We think nnd do things In millions residence oi lion r. uernou, oi mm . city, wero found between mattresses. Lotoctca aa tuo noxt Waco of meeting. music, similar to tho musical glasses these days, yet. though wo are accus- MATlnM' o TRINK isoo Paris. Dr. Raymond McMillan was WHCru WltJjr iinu urvu uiuvcu rather toined to employ tho term lightly, tho INCRcAbt IN often heard. This sounds you will aiimlflcance of tho word 'million is found lying by the Paris and Cyn Katherino Spcnco llerriott. Ono night ACCIDENTALLY KILLS BOY. minor lint lint trv It. and Of Distilled Spirits 165,000,000 Gallons thtana pike unconscious and badly recently after sho had retired Miss really hard to grasp. have music equal to tbo guitar. body. Consumed, 30,000,000 More llerriott dreamed wliero sho nnu bruised about the head and Walton. John Holllnsworth, "hen It has been estimated mat i.uuu.uvu up, went Is supposed that his horse took fright placed tho goms, and, getting Than Last Year. nersons assembled In a crowd, with visiting John Allen, n farmer, acci WINGED FEET ON SWIMMERS duo allowance of. say, threo square at a passing automobllo and ran off to tho room and raising the mat dentally killed Allen's found the Jow els, which .woro son, Allen. Holllnsworth and tbo boy tresses, Simultaneously with the nnnounce- with him. feet a porson, would cover un area of valued at 300. wero hunting turtles on tho bank or Plate Attached to Sole of Foot En C8.8 acres, or, to put It more conven tnnt that nnr total DODulatlon In the ables Man to Obtain Much Great ipntlv. let us say 70 acres: or It could nn,i colonies has passed a crook and sat down to wutch, when FANCY STOCK FOR LIVERPOOL. er Speed Than Ordinarily. DRAGGED OVER WIRE FENCE. Holtlnsworth's gun was discharged and be contained In a square naving siuea tno ioo.000.000 mark, comes another or, again, aiiowiu oracai announcement which causes 577.G yards long, and tho full load of shot hit tho youth Maysvlllo. Jonas Well, of Loxlng Mythology tells us of a gontleman fhpln nf different character. Ac- is inches to each person, standington, bought from Thomas A. Keith Woman Receives Fifty Cuts and Child !n tho face, killing him Instantly. named Mercury, who had wings on shoulder to shoulder, 1.000,000 indl- corjng to tho figures of tho Internal Injured In Runaway. Mason county oxpor 100 hoad of fat his feet and could run away from any viduals would oxtcna a uisianco ui revenuo bureau, tho fiscal year lately SUED FOR KILLING ROBBER. cattlo at a fancy price. Tho shipment thing on two legs, but It remained for 2S4.1 miles. Tho population of Lon- - cndeJ na8 i,ecn marked by tho largest Mrs. Robert Williams, Owlngsvlllo. goes direct to Liverpool from Norfolk Texas man to Invent wings tor me don amounts, roughly speaking, to con8urapton of liquors ever known In wun iter sister ana while driving Virginia. May8vlllo.-Geo- rgo Longnecker. who Inven. 6.519,000. Allowing 18 incnes io cue- - thg country. Of distilled spirits it5,- child near town, attempted to ghot nnJ kled acorg0 Wats0f aUa8 feet of swimmers. Tho Texan's year-olhinged plato that is pcrsoni shoulder to shoulder, this hu- - QOO.OOO gallons havo been consumed, cross n bridge when the horse becamo Insko, near Maysvlllo, on tho night of tlon consists of a When tho conductor Munfordvlllc. mnn ncsrocat on wouw consilium u ... n 30.000.000 more man lasi year. ran nway. Uoth worn called out this station, Marion Hopper, ftlchtened and Into u wire fenco and Juno 15, whllo Watson and his pal. During tho same time, 6!,185,117 oar- wall 1.8G0 miles long. en wcro thrown Longnecker nnd Durnall. sought to rob man from Highland a mlddlo-agein astronomical calculation It Is reIg . fermented llcuor havo been dragged for some distance. Mrs. Wil Timothy Ryan, has beca sued for $16,- Park, stepped off tbo train while mn iilfflcult to crasp tho meanmg of ronmimed. being an Increase ol 3,000,- 60 or more cutH nnd Is 000 damages through tho Lqultablo was running nnd was fatally Injured, liams received mininna of miles, but somo Idea In nnn barrels. For many years wo havo In a very serious condition. The child Trust Co., as guardian from tho buggy when tho this connection may bo gathered would been gathcrlnB to ourselves a vast was thrown from Paris. liurglars entered tho rest horso sturted and bruised very badly. forogn population. For tbo last half tho statement of tbo tlmo that WRECK. FATAL or donco of Albert Wright, n building be consumed by an express train - jocaliei our nnnunl Immigration has contractor, nnd after chloroforming of a million tho shot from u cannon to cover coles- aToraged Tho feature of tho Engineer Jnmcs Dow. EHzabethtown. Flro the entire family, proceeded leisurely meeting of tho Muldraugh Hill Medl- - ncy. 23. Hrlck. killed, and JamcB King, at tho port of New York alono. This tial spaco. was to loot tho home. Now, tho dlstanco from tho earth bjg rmy 0f newcomers has brought col- cal society was an address by I)r, Dud- - conductor, Injured In n renr-enn iim mm is about 92,000.000 miles. w.h i. tho drinking customs of the on nIon belweon ley 8. ueynoius, oi iouisvinc. iwo unesapeuKo Carlisle. Tho Chrlutlan churches "Mental Ilesnonnlbillty." and light traveling from the solar lum- - 0jj world, and it will not bo until tho Tho meet- - nhlo frelnht trains. Following tho hold their annual missionary lng was presided over by Dr. J. U At- - collision tho wreckage caught lire and lnary comes to uso at tho rate of 180.- gcc0nd generation that they can be aro tn 700 miles n tccond. It traverses this- hopefully converted to the modern convention at Parks 11111 Chautauqua klnBon, of CampbcllBville, nnd was destroyed ninny freight cars, ,nKiiinpo In 8A minutes, but a rail- eclcntlflc temperanco view. Another How V. M. largely attended by Louisville grounds, September 2. anti way train proceeding at CO miles an cauge 0f tho Incrcaso Is that our Italns, of Cincinnati, will bo present county physicians. WIFE IN FOOT. SHOOTS would tako 175 years to cover ermncnt still allows liquor to be car-t- i, jnd mako tho principal address. rled Into nnd through "dry" state?. distance to tho sun. loading for IN SESSION. Whllo Georgetown. INKEEPERS Tim .Ircumferenco of tho eclipse rpcardless of the will of the peoplo. n general light at a Ixiwc, a young Lexington. In chicken thieves, Aimer forming tho orbit of tho earth round thus spreading tho ovU of Intempcr- cump at Horscshou Uend, from, nil farmor. accidentally dlschurged tho Innkeepers cross-tiLoulsvlllo. w the sun Is about D77,7uu,"uu nines dls- - ance, Amos llcffett was shot t death and over Kentucky will meet In Loulsvlllo contents of his gun Into tho foot of his Theso figures, startling though the; length, and the earth covers this old wife, nnd as n result tno Wllllnm Miner and an umlcntlticd man September 0 nnd 7, the occasion being innm in 365U days, traveling at tho are. nted gtvo hd causo for dlscour- so badly wounded that they are tho annual convention of tuo KeniucKy physician In charge nnu to amputate rato of 05,910 miles an hour, 1..098 nEtment. Tho Increase, ns wo have to bo dying. tho wholo forepart of tho foot. An Aid to Swimmers. Hotel Keepent'i association. a minute, or nearly 1.100 times .hewn. Is more npparcnt han real. .nil fn.t na u train going at ono mtlo Ti,0 fact remains, nnd should not ha W, C. GrlnBtead, Hodgcnvlllo. At ajlargoly nttonded fastened to tho solo of tho foot. There WHILE PLAYING CARDS DIED Danville. Mrs. a forgotten, that nearly 40.000,000 of our clear playing cardo is a projecting stop to prevent tho a minute. It Is therefore spceu that Ixjulsvlllo. Wbllo meeting It wnB voted to build a con sisterln-laof former Mayor Grin wouia population are living under temper-ron-ilrg train proceeding at this Gaz- - wings, or soles of tho plate, from opon-lnnecting link botween tho Ccntrul Lin Btbad. of Loulsvlllo, had a narrow es with several companions, Vincent nearly 1.100 yoars to accom- - anco awa 0f their own voluntary en- more than enouch to form an even coin way nnd thu Lincoln road, and lo capo from death. Her horse took lolo.' died suddenly of heart dtseaso. . . .1 n nut. nml Imitnilfwl nvitr ntl I backward kick of plleh tho Journey around the earth's actment a larger number than ever flat surface Tho this oud 200 per mllu und grading was -- 'i ..v. before. Thus, though the evil Itself Canoy. Joff, brother of Sheriff H tho swimmer opens theso wings nnd orblt. r.irrip.i tr. iirin.tnn.i J contributed for punning tho now plko According to high authority, tho vo- - ?rows. tho remedy grows at a still Instantlv kill provides a wldo surface of reslstanco t, una shot nnd :T " to Its completion. The couucctliiu her ...,..... gr.inuuauKniur in tier aruu, :,. tuo rlflo bullet Is something more rapid rato. Scientific education wii. n f hr..i.... ed bv Deputy Sheriff John M. Cottlo, to tho water, thus enabling the man to loclty of road will be four miles long. schools concerning the nature n kecond, or 24.2 miles n sustained a broken Cottlo had u warrant for tho arrest of- achieve a much gnator speed than be like 2.130 feet that of the projectiles andour but Mra. Grlnstcad effects of alcohol must bo pushed minute, nud Ilrown and on demandlug his surren- could otherwise obtain, so ho Is Bholbyvllle. At tho meeting of tho .. ... . quick fir- vigorously In all the statos. Our der, Ilrown drow a pistol und both; forward with greater Impetus. welghlug 330 pounds from a city council tho proposition of tho Lou second. ch,urchos aud temperanco orgnnlra-ilon- s tho men flretl at about tho samo tlmo wjtj( Ijnrawlng tho foot forward again the ing gun Is about 3.000 feet a Lexington. Kva, lsvlllo & Interiirlmn Hallway Co. to I .,,.1,. sat togother and work harmonlila ntnvoniAnt 21 miles a minute; so that tno vei uwu-- i daughter oi.i'oiicomaa rraun oiuan, i uiq resun oi pay tho city $15,000 for tho rlght-of- . iWIBKS ClOKO OIIU UlV killed by coming In con- - tlo receiving u severe wouud lu tlM jwjjnore arduous than If the foot was locity of tho oarth Is 32.? times as iously for this common ecd. instantlv way through Main street was defeated reat as tho latcr. leg. tact wli a daugllnu electric wire. liy a vote of u to l. VHeucumuervu. Well-Know- n SonethinG LittleOnes f ? I . T1 farm-dese- v.. nti-b- w r n,i w.v nri n . eye-strai- sllp-rjer- r. "i , i,s PL-in- A I .,,,. SZ. ": ..n-p.- !.,,.! i. d FR-IG- HT Ar : three-quarter- s d gov-ho- r n 1 "'.". ....i "V" nri.. pro-Siilp- d uiuui uu wwv-wn- a . . .V Pace Four. THE CITIZEN. August to, ign, Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. W. B. CORSET Guaranteed Not To Rust as R. H. CHRISMAN Undertnklnrf und Embnlminrf A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies. SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. This latest B. accomplishment again emphasizes the superiority of the W. B. product. W- - E. F. COYLE You pay Day Phone 20 Nltiht 46 less. .or get more oaoaooaoooooaoeooaoooooooaooaoooooo a o a a NEWS o LOCAL PAGE OF BEREA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES a oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoao. oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoa Fire, Being lata In the season we havo loducod tho prices on all our Bllppers and oxfords. Wo have every stylo and all sizes. New stock, and guaranteed to wear. Wo have alCITT rilONK 1S3 so reduced the prices on lawns, cot OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE and ready mado dresses. We will keep the prices reduced the BRECK rest of this season. DAN Mrs. S. R. Baker. Life Mr. and Mrs. James Kinnanl, of Omaha, Neb., are visiting relatives in Insurance DR. BEST, DENTIST We tlo that for her. She does uot hare to bother about feeding them. We do that also. We are very kind to mother fly. We nmke a nice warm place iu the manure pile where she can lay her eggs with the amitirance that they will quickly hatch and hare plenty to eat till they bavo panned the maggot atnge; and as soon an they can fly we place plenty of other food filth within their reach. How do they repny our kindness? Hy killing its nearly 5,000 last year and probaly mote thin year. We nhould begiu to kill n few in turn. Oh, no! e couldn't kill a ftflxtillion, but we might dentroy, remove or disinfect the filth and ruling thr young and thereby exMop hatching the tyy ami terminate the pestn. That is no more than decent folk ould bo mip. posed to do if there never had been a fly cOiih up. day later the new generation li In flight, carrying on the work of denlh. It I rutlmated that the progeny of a tingle pair In one le.uon It ONKSKXTIIXION, or, In (lnuret, !,xxi,ooo,ono,ioo,ooo,. 000,000." It is nn easy mailer for tlir mother fly to produce her young, all she has to do in to Iny tho eggs. She does uo hare (o rttletid lo lh HOW WE BEFRIEND THE FLY "Each female fly lari uo eggi, which hatch In eight houn. Ten hatching. ton-voil- H. and Accident Boys and Girls Phone 505 Welch's. Tho best thing that L. & N. TIME TABLE. happened In Berea for the boys and North Bound Local girls. 6:15 a. m. 10:C5 p. re. KnoxvlUe Mr. Will Duncan was home for a 3:57 a. in. few days. 1:03 p. m BEREA 6:10 p. m. 7:45 a. m. Mr. J. W. Dooley visited homo folks Cincinnati this week. South Bound Local 6:40 a. m. 8:15 p. rn. Miss Fannlo Dowden, who has been Cincinnati 12:39 p. m 12:29 a. m. visiting her sister, Mrs. W. C. Haley, BEREA 6:55 p. m. 5:50 a. m. returned home, Sunday. KnoxvlUe Mr. and Sirs. Scott Seale and childExpress Trains ren returned from their islt at Stop to take on and let off passenMonday. gers from beyond Cincinnati or from Mr. Ralph Patln has returned to Atlanta and beyond. Berea. South Bound Mrs. Hamilton and Mrs. Samuels, 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati of Richmond, aro visiting Mrs. B. R. 11:44 a. m. BEREA Robinson. North Bound Miss Jennie Davis, of Mt. Vernon, BEREA 4:56 p. m. Is tho guest of Miss Stella Adams this 8:45 p. m. Cincinnati cv-s- r Beat-tyvlll- o" Richmond, Ky. town. Junior Contest The Read This Is now on at Wo want all the Boys and Girls in tkis vicinity to come to our store and register their names and enter the COLE'S JUNIOR CONTEST t We bare a little book for yon that tell you all about ll and explain how you can win a. prize before school opens. Come and tee the prize M. played in our how window we propose giving o our little friend Girls-"Stito&fre- Sewing Machine 2nd Prize to Girlt-- A Six-Ba- ll Croquet Set 1st Prize to BoysLeague Catcher's Mitt, Ball and Bat 2nd Prize to BoysRugby Foot Ball ir 1st Prize to Contest Begins August 1, Closes, September 15 Get a Col.' Junior Button Come and WELCH'S 6 Look for Welch's ad. In regard to the Junior Contest. Miss Lillian Ambrose has returned from Oxford, Ohio, where she attended summer school for a few weeks. Messrs. Will and Frank PIgg were called to Berea last week on account of tho death of their mother, Mrs. Hiram Plgg. Funeral services were held at the home, Saturday afternoon, by Rev. H. M. McMurray and the waa In the Berea cemetery. The bereaved family have the deep sympathy of their many friends. Mr. Jas. Farmer, student of last year, Is back In Berea. Mr. John Pasco is visiting his mother this week. Mr. John Jackson Is spending a few days with homo folks. Miss Bess Hays arrived Sunday from Gadsden, Ala., for a short viult with her parents. Mrs. Tarlton Combs and son Goorge, leave this week for a two weeks visit with relatives In Magoffin week. Mrs. Nora Smith and children are visiting Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Fowler. Miss Carrie Woods, of Manchester, Ohio, visited her mother, Mrs. Jennie (801F-- Agent for Cole' Hoi Blatt Stove and Range A reception will bo glveu to Dr. and Mrs. Hoberts next Friday night, nt IJoono Tavern, from to nlnn. Tho members of tho Union church nnd congregation, with their friends, oru cordially Invited. The address of Miss Mlllo A. Moore Is Colchester, 111. A letter from her tells of tho campaign In tho town against the "common drinking cup." The Citizen hopes to hare something to nay on that subject soon, when Sunday. the data sent by Miss Moore, who for llov. Dr. Albert lluxton, ot l'unblo, many yearn worked hero In tho InSecond ho preached Colorado, at tho terest of tho health and happiness cf Christian Church. on Sunday. Ho lias the community, will prove of valuo. recently been called to the pafttornto Hnv. IVIIollandcr, of Anvllle, was' of tho church. In llerea, Thursday, tho 3rd. Itov. Mr. Kline, of tho Methodist Miss Ioulso Frey left thin weak for Churrh, has started revival meetings a fow weeks' visit with her parents at at Wallacotown. Mnnlo, Ky. Dr. Cowley and Mrs. Cowley aro at Mr. Clay Merrick, of the Cleveland Thousand Islandn tor a few weeks' Trust C. formerly Prof, of History, rest. Instructor In Mathematics nnd SecreProf. Dlnsiuoru writes from Thous- tary of tho College, visited llerea. Satand Islands that he will bo In Ilerva urday. Ho expressed hlliihelf well n few days, beginning Aug. 21st. Mm. pleased with tho Improvements which Dlnsmore will not arrive in llerea till he saw after fourteen years permanent a week or two later. absence from llerea. Miss Mattlo McGulrc. ot Taint I.lc'.;, visiting friends In IUrca thin week. Miss BcmIo Dcllord, who has been attcndlUK summer school, left, Wednesday, for her homo at Walnut Hill, Ky. Miss Nettle Oldham snvnt Saturday and Sunday at tho home of Miss draco Cornelius. Mr. Crawford, of Laurel county, visited Judge and Mrs. Holllday over Is sou-n-thlrt- SALE BEGINS AUG. 1ST AND CLOSES AUG. 15TH Baker, Friday. Mr. Glen Prevatt, a former student of Berea, who now lives In Florida, is making an extended visit with his friends here. WANTED: Boys and girls at Welch's see the ad. about the Junior Contest. Mr. S. Whlttemore Hoggs, Secretary to tho President, has returned from his vacation, spent mostly at Council Bluffs, la., where his parents 11 v. On bis way back to Berea, he stopped off at Hinsdale, III. and spent three days with President Frost. Rev. Benson 11. Roberts, pastor of Union chuch, has moved into the Wright house. $4.00 slippers reduced to J3.S0. 13.50 slippers reduced to J 3. 00. $3.00 slippers reduced to 2.C0. County. $2.50 slippers reduced to $2.10. Melons at the College Gardens! $2.00 slippers reduced to $1.75. Call Mr. Mullett. It may be that $1.50 slippers reduced to $1.25. he can supply tho other demands of $1.25 slippers reduced to $1.10 your table. We can fit you and guarantee them Miss Splecer, of BeattyvlUe, Is visit- to wear. ing her sister, Mrs. Scott Scale. Mrs. S. R. Bakor. Every Man Who Wants a Suit Should be in Our Store promptly Tuesday, Aug. 1st. For we have 150 M:n's Suits that we are going to sell at cost and below cost. Don't think for a moment we are trying to fool you for we know you can't b: fooled in clothing, and everybody in Berea and surrounding country knows we Sell the Best. For 15 diyi yju can buy clothing at these prices: BOYS' SUITS $8.50 Suits cut to $6.48 0 MEN'S SUITS $22.50 Suits cut to $14.98 20.00 18.00 16.50 13.98 12.98 11.98 10.98 (i 0 6.00 5.00 4.00 3oO ' o MONEY SAVED RttHBiBf 15.00 13-5- it 9.98 IS MONEY MADE Auguit 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, GRANITE WARE UU Mm 49c 39c 39c 12.50 10.00 8J8 " IL .11 To make room for our new fall stock of 5, 10 and 25c Notions, Novelties and Toys we offcryou unexcelled values tin our BIG SPECIAL 10 DAY SALE 'V 10, 11 T98 T mi 12 yfertfeefaffjf .Don't wait till the best suits are all pone. Come at once and get a suit cheap. AM HaHsHSjn-WMLtlC - 1 - CUtClOMV Jm J' GJ 1 ''(I 75c 60c 73c J0C 8 Tta Kettle 89c " - 39c No. 7 " No. 2 Chambers - 39c No. 2; Titan O. Cham. 29c qt On every 10c article sold daring the sale we wit! return lc In change. 21 qt. DUh 17 12 10 qt. RinM Pan qt Bucket Pan - -- - - 39c It, rifctNo. $1.00 ,73c 30c 40c SALE BEGINS TUESDAY, AUGUST FIRST ivt. Ml . tf .1 Hi MRS. EARLY'S Mailt SerMl RACKET STORE Berea, Ky. RHODUS HAYES tM I .14 ,t ii .. fU .'ll'. 'iiul : ', n ' ii t ,4,. j. August io, i qri. THE CITIZEN. Page Five. "THE FURNITURE MAN" FOR WE SELL Zaring's Flour 1 The Best Made i Furniture, JJndertaking Carpets Refrigerators Ice Cream Freezers ; h 45c up Why Buy Inferior Flours? : JUST RECEIVED , Pianos ; ; j Mattings Rugs Organs Buggies ?. ; A Large Line of New Clothing Wall Paper Stoves Ranges Harness Wire Fencing FALL AND WINTER STYLES You Can Buy the Same Quality SHOES for Less Money than Sold by Others Fertilizer All Welcome! A Country Store in Town! Come in! Phone 60 I R. J. ENGLE, And the reporter had to nose tho shows a little, too. Space again forbids a full account. There, as at tho Fair, it was easy to see the worst, for tho worst always makes Its living by advertising Itself. A camel may bo able to go thru the eye of a needle, since all things of that nature aro possible with God, but tho pure and clean morally and physically could not havo gone thru one of tho shows one night tho reporter was there, and come out without an Immoral suggestion in his memory, and the mixed odor ot tobacco, whiskey and unclean feet emenatlng from, his Berea, Ky. BARGAIN OH FARM A bargain If taken in next sixty days. On account of health, I will sell my farm consisting of 105 acres, bituatcd 4 miles from Paint Lick In Garrard County, Kentucky, on turnpike, near 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 well watered. For further Information address, G. P. Terrlll, Lancaster, Ky. Make The Lowest Prices phone 26 R. H. Chrisman FLY FEAST FORTY YEARS AGO tlio pout year I have read doah about files. 1 bii)kikm a largo per cont of the reuders of The Cltlion feel that they know Iota about film thut they never Knew before. The fly stories wero certainly interesting nod of courws we. thought there wan nothing left to tell about files, but here Is something the editor left out. Hilly T. Jackson nnd lien Lanver, two Modoc Indians, summoned before the U. S. Indian suh agent at Yalmax, Oregon, for tin purpose, told tho following story about tho Indian About forty years ago on Pitt river, .Modoc County, California, tho 4y was found In great quiBtlUcs.Tha fly was called at that time, by tho I'ltt Itlver Indians l' tho files but after were cooke3and ready for food the The mass was calleil Klamaths at this placo still call the In certain local-llle- s fly these flies were so thick on Indians trees, logs, etc., that the would take something llko a Bhlngle greut .uwl rako them off, and fill baskets iu a few minutes. Tin- - areas where theso files were found were of a mlW Mnall about and outside of theso arena The ijcarccly a ly could be found. Indians never knew why tho flies particular localiIn the KiUhored During Berea, Ky. LETTER FROM PRES'T FROST (Continued from fir it pige.) a groat winter food. This food Is not used by tho Indians at present and has not been for several years. Hespectfully, rled to Hiram J. Plgg, who survives hor, November 19, 1867. To this union nlno children wero born, seven of whom aro still living. In 18C6 Mrs. Plgg became a member of tho old Bllver 'Creek Baptist Church, but removed her membership to the Glade Christian Church In 1889, and remained In this faith until death. The bereaved family havo tho sincere sympathy of tho community, tho nbundant comfort of him who speaks "Peace, bo still" to troubled hearts, and says "She is not dead but sleep-cth- ." The funeral service took placo at tho family residence, Saturday after noon. Ilov. H. L. McMurry, of Oneida, Ky., officiated. The body was laid to rest In the Berea cemetery. Mrs. Plgg will be much missed and mourned by those who knew and love her, and the vacant chair will speak dumbly of tho grief In tho household of which she was the light. May the Great Comforter in his Infinite wisdom and mercy givo her loved ones strength to bear tho blow. "Tho Lord chasteneth whom ho loveth." Ii. C. B. CARD OF THANKS ViT "fly-feast- ." V.'h.ah-ljpwahj- "hah-llp-wah- ." so that tho man or woman who might John I). Creech, bo superintendent, or who might teach back for fsar Principal of U. S. Indian School at an Important class, holds of being criticized or thought too Yalnax, Oregon. Somehow by his neighbors. people must bo led to forget all this CARRY AMWET MAP nfraldness. If you can somehow get them together and start some lively Tho editor of Tho Citizen has for a singing, peoples' hearts will open and number of years made constant ilso the sight of tho children will make maps. In whatof tho them long to havo something done, ever stato he has been ho has found and they will forget their timidity and It Indispensable to have a pocket map their Jealousies and take hold and of that state, and tho start tho school. lockct maps aro the best ho lias The children and young people just found. They aro of two sizes, ocket naturally want to have mio place, to 2fc and lte. and go on Sunday, and, unlcrs ycu fright Hut theso maps aro not only very en them away, you will haya good at usoful to tho traveler. They aro In- tendance at tho beginning, and It will valuable In the office for tho print- be from your fault if you do not hold ing offlco they aro a regular postal guide. Kvcry post offlco In tho stato 1910 and its "See the fly. with Its imputation It has not always been a fly. It used railroad Rtation or express offlco may to be a maggot. Iks found In the alphabetical list In The children of flics are maggots until for-wn- rd Itand-McN'all- y Iland-Mc.N'all- y vest-ock- clothes. A good play Is a fine thing and may; surpass tho sermon In Us effectiveness, but It does not have to be in Its nature It may be clean fun and Justify Itself, and such, It Is said wero given by the Demorest Co., and such tho reporter saw and heard from them one evening, but It came dangerously near being spoiled by the concert which followed. There was a reminder ot Commence ment day? Only In tho crowds, tho fakirs, the Icq cream cones and tho sausage man, If It had not been that tho Tabernaclo ran In opposition to the shows ono evening. ser-mon- lc Red Cross Flour. 65 cents. Every Sack Guaranteed to sincerely thank our many friends for tho helpfullness and sympathy so abundantly manifested during our recent bereavement. We wish Respectfully, H. J. Plgg and Children BEREA FAIR Continued from ' TATUM'S chickens per lb. smaller lots PALACE MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you want and get what you call for. Highest market price paid ono-four- ties. Method of Preparing the Food A hole was dug In the earth about two feet square aud two feet devp. Then two layers of htono wen placed iu tho bottom, the layer JliiK about three Inches thick. A wood flro was then built on theso stones and more stones were placed around and over tho fire. When the Mro burned out and the htonea wero hot, all tho stones wore removed except tho bottom layer. Then tules or coarse grass was spread out on the layer of stones left In tho bottom of the pit. Tho walls of tho pit Aero also lined with the tules. The enclosure was thou flllol ovon-llkwith tho files which tho Indians had mass with worked Into n Jelly-lik- e their hands. Tules or coarso gra-swas then placed over this and more hot atones placed on tho tules. Next, wator was poured on tho rocks of tho walls and top of this enclosure which couverted It Into steam. As soon as tho water was poured on, dirt was hurriedly placed over all to the depth of Boveral Inches. Tho mass of files was allowed to cook In tlih way until tho heat was pretty , well expended. Tho dirt was taken off allowed to cool. and Is In a cold When stato it can be slfccd llko cheogi. was then carried away bj the Indians to their camp for o s "koo-chah-bl"koo-chah-bl- the rings the things wero too good for "a preacher." And Just here the reporter stops his narrative to offer a protest In deagent. The scriber, correspondent or fense of tho preachsr. Ho loves alphabetical list, for convenient refgreenbacks as well as other people erence, Is In a handy pigeonhole. and why shouldn't he bo permitted to get them easily 'occasionally as Well COMMISSIONER'S" SALE as tho other fellow? And why should that Interest nud mako It grow. ho not bo permitted to hook a revolf Hank & Trust Co., Plffs. Of course tho great socret of success State ver to defend himself and his family vs. In Sunday school work Is tho love ot during Fair week? Furthermore, why Julia Pearl Hanson, Deft. chlldronand young people. How can aro Fairs not made and Undor nnd by virtue of a Judgment you look at tho little boys and girls their people as well as other folk? and order of salo rendered at tho jntnl not love them? How can you boo But this little Incident In no wise Circuit them without wishing to answer their May term of tho Madison detracts from tho Fair. It was a questions and teach them tho things good Fair a great success, proclaimCourt, tho undersigned Master ComSat- ' that you know and that havo done missioner of said court will, on ed so by all. Andt It must not bo urday, September 2nd. 1911, on tho you good, und lead them on to devel- - thought for a moment that It was city of IJeroa, at opmcnt In all that the Sunday school j only a place to catch premises In the suckers. The represents? And how can you seo tho; displays ot tho products of the homo 10:00 o'clock a. ni.. soli to tho highest nnd best bidder 12 lota of land be- big boyB and girls, and the young pco and tho farm wero unexcelled by any plo, without longing to have them previous longing to tho Hanson Kstnte, accordFair and significantly mark ing to survey inado by J. W. Fowler. kiov all that you know about tho Bi tho progress of tho community. And, This piotterty will bio offored as a ble nnd about the secrets ot happlnuss by tho way, that Is Just what a Fair and which means so much at tho outset of should bo and do. whole, uud then In It should bo a coI combinations of lots of one or more life? operative affair and by prizes and No school teacher has a right to competition should prove an Inspiratogether, to suit tho purchaser. Said pruimrty will bo sold on six, or six say that he Is too tired and too busy tion to overy Industry of tho locality, and twelve months time, or tho pur- to work In tho Sunday school on Sun- and It should be attended and patron-Izo- d y cash It ho desires. day. Teachers havo Saturday for a chaser can by all. It should appeal to tho This proitorty fronts on Chostnut St. holiday, but a truo teacher will bo ono; best and foster It, protecting tho weak I who cannot keep away from Sunday from tho NEAR gambler' and unscrunnd Is splendid property. II. C. RICE, M. C. M. C. 0 scnooi on tsunuay. y pulous fakir Just as the father or Faithfully yours. teacher would protect a child. Win. a. Frost. DEATH OF SISTER AH these things the directors ot tho Berea Fair are endeavoring to OBITUARY" D. Erwln, Tho Citizen's Mr. 0. do, and will do, so soon as public sencompositor, has been In Indl-au- a Mrs. Mary J. Coalman PIkk was timent Is rlpo for better things. for more than a week, called Space forbids the publications ot In Madison County, Ky., May 7, there by tho sickness and death of a born Kentucky 1848, and died at her homo near prizes and their winners this week, sister, who was brought to Uerca, August 3, 19U, aged 63 years, but we hopo to find room for them for burial. Sunday. Mr. Erwin may K2 4 months arid 26 days. Sho was mar-- next week. ;' away for a week or more yet,' be matowing to tho demands of family ters and tho need ot rest. Files come from manure. .They eat a lot of things that we wouldn't eat. Flies bring matter from sick rooms and nastier places than that. Nice, clean fllcsl See them drinking your coffee and milk. See them crawling on the baby's face. Nice, clean file!'7 I i I lln-oty- tho booklet which encloses tho map. In Tho Citizen offlco the map has boen detached from the booklet and placed tinder- - a glass on tho Kd I tor's Ho Is thereby enabled to soo dusk. at a glance tho location of any sub- they are grown; then they are flies. Maggots live In manure until they are flies. firt pK'l for butter, eggs and 501b. Pure home rendered lard cans 10c 12c Kldd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. U. B. R.OBXRTS, Prop. Do You Want to Buy a Good Blue Grass Farm ? Do you want to buy a good building lot in Berea and do as others have done, build you a comfortable home, educate your children and make a living? Or is it a common to medium farm you want at a moderate price for either cash or terms with easy payments, close around and convenient to Berea College ? It may be more convenient for you to buy some of the beautiful homes already built that I have for sale for my clients in Berea. Good K' ' enough for anybody. I have plenty o Real Estate in Madison and joining Counties for sale at a price to suit any one,' from $10 pcacre, J9150.per acre owing to the quality and location of the land. Think it over and write me ' what you want or call at my office and we will talk it over. REMEMBER WHAT I SAY, you will always get a square deal with Holiday. If interested. CALL UPON OR ADDRESS, (1) In original xor&stry, ten In oaU and grass, Containing twenty acres ten St. live cottages, four fronting Forest reRl oat.ate j mowing communities are (elucU(, you aro sure and snfo and best for small saving, Huy this property nnd .tor. property , and building lots for aale In In price from 160 up, nnnroveu iroiu saw io is.uw. aiso iVluecrasH farms In Madison and Garrard Co; mountain farms In Jabkson NLY DSe" frM IN- BEREA The Best Qualities of o w 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 pleks you, tell others; if not tell us. bylnNt,VtoV.ny, V -J to $20,000, can mi It you In farms anywh.ro IopjIms .from 1.000Garrard Co. acres, real black walnut' bine grass land In One farm of 92 H l grass, woll inlles wostof Paint Lick, Ky. Tills it farm Splendid farm. 7i i will .nit anv mm wanttntr Tpr If you aie Planning U,,buy HealtfOate, do not delay but wrU or cill on nte at onoo for particular, and terms. G. D. Room V 4, b.Wfr Bra HOLUDAY ... Taut Bank C Building . j-- '.ta1rt& W. I. rBERBA,jKY ; ItrM, Ky. I H J. P. WCKNUX . , Page Six THE, CITIZEN "Anything unusual happen night that Is, Thursday ntghtr "Nothing, Monsieur that ts, "Of course.1 August 10, 1911 STORY ERIAL v J CV nnsurprlaed, perfectly modulate last Mr. Orlmm certainly did not expect It now, but he knew It Instantly there was not another qulto like It In the nothwide, wide world and though he was ELUSIVE ISABEL By JACQUES FUTRELLE Majtratlenj B M. KETTltER 10 SYNOPSIS. Count at tlnnlnl. the Italian ambas ador. Is at dinner with diplomats when r, n messenger lummom him to the whero a beautiful young woman sks for a ticket to the embassy ball. Tho ticket la mads out In the name of Miss Isabel Tliome. Chief Campbell nt 'the eecret eervlce. and Mr. Orlmm. his head detectlre. are warned that a plot Is ibrewlng In Washington, and Orlmm goes to the state ball for Information. Ills at tention If called to Miss Isabel Tnorno, 'who with her comD.inlon. disappear. A nhot Is heard and flonor Alvarez of the 7texlcan legation. Is found wounded. 'Orlmm Is assured Miss Thorn did It: he visits her, demanding 'knowledge of the inair. ana arrests rieiro retrozinm. miss Thome visits an old and they llcuj a wonderful experiment. Klftjr thousand dollars Is stolen from the of nee of Senor Rodriguez, the minister from Venezuela, and while detectives are Investigating the robbery Miss Thorne ap pears as a guest or me legation, unmm nccuses her or the theft, the money Is restored, but a new mystery occurs In the disappearance of Monsieur Uolssegur tho Krench ambassador. dinate. "So much!" he commented finally. CHAPTER XII (Continued.) "It's Miss Thorne again," said the a "Monsieur," ho wont on, nnd there young man as If answering I question. "Perhaps these reports have rewas a tenso noto In his voice, "the embassador ot Prance had disap- ceived today from tho Latin capitals peared, gone, vanished! We scrxched may aid you In dispelling that mystbo houso from tho cellar to tho iwrv tery," Campbell suggested, and Mr. tints' quarters, even the roof, but Grimm turned them over eagerly. our royal there was no trace ot him. Th? hat "Mcanwhllo d'AbruzzI, visitor. Prince remnlns unlie usually wore was In tho hall, and Benedetto known?" U his other baU were accounted (or. Tho young man's teeth closed with "You mar remember, Monsieur, that a snap. Tuesday was cold, but all his "It's only a question of tlmo. Chief," were found In their proper places. So 'It seems, Monsieur," and repression ho said abruptly. "I'l find him I'll ended In n burst of excitement, "If find him!". down to read the And ho sat 'he left tho embassy he did not go out 'by cither door, and ho went without em-taubomb-maker top-coa- ing wo can And." Mr. Orlmm sat silent (or a tlmo nnd ,'cll to twisting tho seal ring on his finger. Mr, Campbell turned around and moved a paper weight one Inch to the loft, where It belonged, while Monsieur Itlgolot, disappointed at thetr amazing apathy, squirmed uneasily In his chair "It would appear, then," Mr, Grimm remarked, musingly, "that after his mysterious disappearance tho ambassador has cither twice returned to his house at night, or else sent some ono there, first to bring the letters to hint for signature, and later to get his clgarottes?" "Ccrtalnemcnt, Monsieur I mean, that seems to bo true. But whero Is he? Why should ho not como back? What does It mean? Madamo Uolssegur is frantic, prostrated! She wanted to go to tho police, but I did not think It wlso that It should bocome public, so I came here." "Very welt," commented Mr. Orlmm. "Let It rest as It Is. Meanwhile rou mny reassure mndame. Point out to her that It Monsieur nolssegur signed the letters Tuesday night he was, at least, atlve; and If ho came or sent for tho cigarettes Wednesday night, he was still alive. I shall call at the embassy this afternoon. No, It Isn't advlsablo to go with you now. Give please." mo your latch-key- , Monsieur Itlgolot produced the key and passed It nvcr without a word. "And ono other thing," Mr. Orlmm continued, "please collect nil tho revolvers that may bo in tho houso and take charge of them yourself. It any one, by chance, heard a burglar prowling around thero tonight ho might shoot, and In thai event either kill Monsieur Qolsscgur or or mo!" When the secretary bad gono Mr. Campbell Idly drummed on his desk as ho studied the face ot his subor- SUCCESS IN BEE KEEPING DEPENDS ON EXPERIENCE By Years of Association Keeper Almost Unconsciously Acquires Understanding of Habits of Llttlo Honay Gatherer and Consequently Is Bettor Able toSoIvo Many Problems Arising. (Fly nt still blinking n little, he came to his feet courteously. "Good morning, Miss Thorno," he corrected gravely. Now his vision wns clearing, and he saw her, a graceful figure, silhouetted against tho rich green of the wall draperies. Her lips were curled the least bit, as If she might havo been smiling, nnd her wonderful eyes reflected a glint of of was It amusement? Tho folds of her evening dress fell away from her, and ono bare, whlto arm was extended, as her band still rested on tho switch. "And you didn't hoar mo?" still In "I didn't think yon tho would. Now I'm going to put out tho lights for an Instant, while you pull the shades down, nnd thqn then we must havo a a conference." The lights The switch snapped. died as suddenly as they had bcec born, nnd Mr Orlmm, moving noiselessly, visited each of the four win dows In turn. Then tho lights blazed JEREMIAH CAST INTO PRISON SeeJiy Sdl UiimIm As 20, 1911 SptcUttr Arranged for This Pipsr LESSON TEXT Jeremiah JT. MKMOttr VEHHK, IS. Bra yK. aOLDHN TKXT,-"Ille- sed when men shall revile, you, and persecute; you, and say all manner ot evil against you falsely, for my sake." Matt. Hilt. TIM 13 of thtf lesson was II. C. MS4S. 11 years after our last lesson during tho last slene of Jerusalem ty Nebuchailnrs-tar- , from the (th to the ltth year of Zeds-Mareign. PLACB. Jerusalem, surrounded by thn besieging armies ot the Chaldeans, nnd suffering from famlna and pestilence. (Jer. brilliantly again. "Just for a moment." Miss Thorne explained to htm quietly, and she handed him a sheet of paper "I want you to read this read It carefully-t- hen I shall turn out the lights again. They are dangerous. After that we may discuss tho matter at our leisure." Mr. Orlmm read tho paper while Miss Thorno's eyes questioned h'.s Impassive face. At length he looked up Indolently, listlessly, and the switch snapped. She crossed tho room and sat down; Mr. Grimm sat beside her. "I think," Miss Thorne suggested tentatively, "that that accounts per edge gained could be applied to practical manipulation. . A colony ot bees consists normally of one queen bee, the mother ot tho colony, and thousands of sexually undeveloped females called workers, which normally lay no eggs, but build tho comb, gather tho stores, keep the hive clean, feed tho young, and do fectly for Monsieur Dolssegur'a disap- tho other work of tho hive. During part ot the year there aro also prespearance." "It gives ono explanation, at least," ent some hundreds ot males, or d drones, "ahosc only service Is to mate Mr. Orlmm assented musingly. queens. These three held prlsonor fifty thousand ilth young dollars demanded (or his safety and types are easily recognized, even by rolease." A pause. "And to whom, a novice. In naturo the colony lives adIn a hollow tree or other cavity, but may I ask, was this demand "Kld-nnppc- The successful manipulation ot bees depends entirely on a knowledge of their habits. This ts not generally recognized, and most ot tbo lltcraturo on practical beekeeping consists of sets of rules to guldo manipulations. While the method usually answers, It is nevertheless faulty, In that without a knowledge ot fundamental principles of behavior, the beo keeper Is unable to recognize tho seemingly abnormal phases ot activity, nnd does not know what to do under such circumstanced. Rules must, of course, By be based on tho usual behavior. years of association tho beo keeper almost unconsciously acquires n wldo knowledge of beo behavior, and consequently Is better able to solve the problems which constantly arise, However, it would savo an Infinite number of mistakes and would add greatly to the Interest of tho work If more tlmo wero expended on a study of behavior; then the knowl- R F. PHILLIPS.) worker bees. As the weather grows warmer, and tho colony Increases! In size by tho emergence ot tho young bee, tho quantity of brood Is Increased. The workers continue to bring In pollen, nectar to be made Into honey, and water (or brood rearing. When tho hlvo Is nearly filled with bees and stores, or when a heavy M:l. years honey flow Is on, the queen begins Jeremiah had prophesied nearly to lay eggs In the larger colls, nnd (sine 62) and was a prematurely old man. these develop Into drones or males. Zedeklah was th last king of JuJah. Continued Incrcaso of tho colony rslgnltig 11 years. Nebuchadnesiar, Uth and 19th year of would result in tho formation of enormous colonics, and unless noma his reign. division takes place no Increase In Jeholaktm reigned six years after be had burned the roll ot Jeremiah', prophecies, which, llko tho tabled phoonlx rose anew and fresh from the ashes. He was slain In C97. Tho first blow ot tho threatened doom of Judah had (alien during thn fourth year of his reign, tbo first tolling ot tho boll of Judgment which should havo summoned tho very dead In aln to awako. But thoy gave no , Ml heed. Comb Architecture: a. Vertical section at top of comb; b, vertical section showing transition from worker to drone cells; c, horizontal section at side of comb showing end bar of frame; d, horizontal section of worker brood cells; e, diagram showing dressed?" "To Madamo nolssegur," replied Mls "I have tho ecvilopa la Thorno. which It came. It was mallei at the one general post ofllco at half-pao'clock this afternoon, so the canceling stamp shows, and tho envelope was addressed, as tho letter was written, on a typewriter." "And how," Inquired Mr. Orlmm, .hat or coat!" Ho stopped helplessly and his gaze alternated Inquiringly between tho benevolent (ace of the chief and tho expressionless countennuco of Mr. Grimm,' "I( be) left the embassy?" Mr. Orlmm repeated. "If your search of the houso proved conclusively that ho wasn't there, ho did Ieavo It, didn't he I" Monsieur Rlgolot stared at him .blankly (or a moment, then nodded. "And there are windows, you know," ' "Mr. Grimm went on, then: "As I understand It, Monsieur, no one except you and tho stenographer saw the ambassador after ten o'clock In tbo jtnorning?" "Oul, Monster, Cost " Monsieur Tllgolot began excitedly, "I beg pardon. I bellcvo that Is corroct.'1 "You saw him about ten, you say; theroforo no one except tho stenographer saw him after ten o'clock?" "That is also true, as (ar as I know." Telephone messages?" "I rnado Inquiries in that direction, Monsieur," was the reply. "I have the words ot tho servants at tbo door and ot the stenographer that thero were no callers, and tho statement ot the stenographer that there wero no telephone calls or telegrams. There wero only four letters (or him personally. He left them all on his desk hero they are." Mr. Orlmm looked thorn over leisurely. Tbey wero commonplace enough, containing nothing that might bo construed Into a reason (or tbo disappearance. "Tho totters Monsieur nolssegur bad dictated wero laid on bis desk by tho stenographer," Monsieur Rlgolot rushed on volubly, excitedly. "In tho anxiety and uneasiness following tho disappearance tbey were allowed to remain Wednesday .there oiernight. On morning, Monsieur" and ho hesitated Impressively "thoso letters bore his etgnaturo In his own handwriting!" Mr. Grimm turned his listless eyes full upou Monsieur HJgolot's perturbed faco (or cno scant Instant. "No doubt of It being bis signature?" be queried. "Non, Monsieur, non!" tho Becrotnry ci claimed emphatically. "Vous avei that is, I havo known his slgnaturo (or years. Thero Is no doubt. The letters were not ot a private nature If youl wculd caro to look at tbo copies of fhoin?" He offered tho duplicates tentatively. Mr. Grimm read tliom over slowly, (be while Monsieur Itlgolot sat nervously staring at him. They, too, eoetaed meaningless as bearing on the matter In hand. Finally, Mr. Orlmm nodded tud Monsieur Itlgolot re- "Aty callers? Letters? Telegrams? sumed; Monslour, happened. Monster Doluscgur smokes many of a kind made especially (or bltn In France, and shipped to him here. Ho keeps them in a case on his drewJns table. On Thursday morning bis valet reported to me that this cane u( cigarettes bad disappeared!" "Of course." obsetvod Mr Grimm, "Monsieur Bclasegur has a latchkey )o ilii em base " "And Another Wednesday night, strange thing ctga-retto- after a long pause, "how did It coma Into your possession?" Ho watted a little. "Why didn't Monsieur Rlgolot roport this development to me this afternoon when I wns here?" "Monsieur Rlcolot did not Inform you of It because ho did net know1 of CHAPTER XIII. It himself," she replied, answering the last question first. "Ir cacao Into my possession directly fiom the hands A Conference In the Dark. Tho white rays of tho distant arc ot Madame Uolssegur sho gave ItW me. light filtered through the "Why?" velvet hangings and laid a faintly IlMr. Grimm was peering through the lumined path across tho ambassador's desk; tho heavy leather chairs were Inscrutable darkness, straight Into her mere Impalpablo splotches in the face a whlto daub In the gloom, knobs of a shapeless. Indistinct. shadows; tho "I have known Madame Bnlssegur mahogany cabinet caught tho glint of light and reflected It dimly Outside for half a dozen years," Miss Thorno continued, in explanation. "Wo have been friends that long. I met her in The Honey Bee: a, Worker; b. Queen; Toklo, later In Berlin, and within a c. Drone. You few weeks, here In Washington. sco I havo traveled la the time I end. Tbey are used chiefly for the storago of honey. Under manipulahave been an agent for my governmentWell, Madamo Uolssegur re- tion tho slzo ot the cells Is controlled four by tho bee keeper by tho use of a ceived this letter about half-pas- t t comb foundation o'clock this afternoon; and about sheets of puro beesllvo she sent for mo and placed wax on which aro Impressed the bases It In my hands, together with the of cells and on which the bees build slugular details following upon the am- the side walls. It So, When the activity of tho spring bassador's disappearance. would seem that you and I are allies begins, the normal colony consists of for this once, and tho problem Is al- tbo queen and some thousand of workready solved. There merely remains ers. As the outside temperature the task of finding and releasing the raises, the queen begins to lay 'eggs In the worker cells. ambassador." These In time develop into whlto Mr. Grimm sat per(ectly still. "And why." he asked, slowly, "are larvae, which grow to fill tho celts. They arc capped over and transform you hero now?" "For tho samo reason that you arc drat into pupae and then Into adult here," sho replied readily, "to see (or myself If the tho porson who twice came hero at night once for tho ambassador's letters and once for his Her Hand Still Rested on the Switch. cigarettes would, by nny chance, you wort was the vague. Indefinable night drone mako another trip. I knew any here, of course" of a city asleep, unbroken by (TO BR CONTINUED.) sound that was distinguishable, until finally thero came tho distant boom His First Day In School. ot a clock. It struck twice. It was a country school. A smalt, , Seated on a couch In ono corner ot bright-faceboy hod Just beeu en-Mr. tho ambassador's office was rolled, and this was his first day. The Grimm. He was leaning against tho pointed out a desk for him. high arm of leather, with his feet on teacher gave him a lesson to study. Ho the scat, thoughtfully nursing his and his seat, propped his knees up knees. If his attitude Indicated any took desk, with bis feet swingthing except sheer comfort, It was against tho underneath, and soon being down that be was listening. He had been came absorbed In his lesson. Ho beand thero for two hours, In fact, that ho forten, came so r.bsorbed, Five, absolutely motionless. got ho wns in school, nnd presently n fifteen minutes moro passed, and then puckered up his Hps nnd whistled, Mr. Orlmm heard tho grind nnd whir qulto shrilly. Th ot an automobile a block or so awa7, first softly and thenhis pen in amain down coming toward tbo embassy. Now It teacher laid mcnt, and cried sharply: "Who Is that was In front. whistling?" The small boy looked up "Honk! It called quickly, and then said. Innocently ! plalntlvoly. Honk!" was me. Didn't you know I Tbo slgnat! At last! The nutomo- - "That . rushing on, full tilt, while could whtstlo?" bllo went (rom the Mr. Orlmm removed his (eet Voting Machines. seat and dropped thorn noiselessly to Because fcoruo ot the Buffalo vottna the floor. Thus, with his hands on machines did queer things with ta his knees, and listening, listening with Cgurcs on election-daythere Is an out fsssssssssBHh-hL-- S' every (acuity strained, ho saPmotlon-lois- , cry In soma quarters agnlnst thorn. peering toward the open door Buffalo has been voting uy macnini that led Into tho hall. Tbo car was (or 12 years. Tho Express condomm gono now, the Bound of It swallowed tbo proposition to abolish them and up in tho distance, still ho sat there go back to the old system, and tbt Whether the large house with IndiIt was obviously some noise In the It lea agrees with It vidual pens is hotter than tbo Indi(or which ho was waiting. bouse snd observes: "Utlca, with Us toned Mlnuto after minute, passed, and experience with the machines, wtll con vidual cot la an open question, perhaps largely n matter ot Individual porter-encnothing. Thero was not oven tbo cur In this view, in act, It would I still Each has Its dlsttuct advanwhlsptr of a wind stirred drapery. Ho tmposslblo te persuade Utlcans that was about to rise, when, suddenly, return to the old system could over br tages which cannot bo secured In the other. Many of the best hog raisers with no other uolso than that of tho rincfrnliln ' Vpw Vnrlr THhiinfl i ( are now providing themselves with sharp click of the switch, the electric The Other Way Around. both types of houses, and this seems lights in the room blazed up brilliantMr. Angi'ji "If you knew hewM to he the inoJt satisfactory method. It ly. Tbo glaro dazzled Mr, Orlmm with its blinding Hood, but ho didn't move. cook we could save money." mih I so more expensive In tbo long run, Angus "It you knew bow to for all the buildings can bo kept In Then softly, almost In a whisper; money wj could employ a coolCr' use the year around. In such case "Good evening. Mr. Orlmm." It was a woman's voice, pleasant. Answers, one-fifth one-fourt- h half-drawcut-glas- s half-pasd wide-awak" "Hon-on-onk, under manipulation thrives In the art! provided. flclal hives The combs which form their nbode are composed of wax secreted by tho workers. The hcxagonnl cells of tho two vertical layers constituting each comb havo Intcrplaced ends on a common septum. In the cells of these combs aro reared the developing bees, nnd honey and pollen for food aro also stored here. Tbo cells built naturally are not all of the same size, thoso used in rearing worker bees being about of nn Inch across, and those used In rearing drones and In storing honey, about of an Inch across. Tho upper cell In natural combs are more Irregular, and generally curve upward at tho outer transition cells. tho number of colonics will result. Flnnlly, however, the workers begin to build queen cells. These aro larger than any other cells In tho hlvo and hang on "tho comb vertically. In alio nnd shnpo they mny bo likened to a peanut, nnd are nlso rough on tho outside. In preparing for swarming tho quern sometimes lays eggs In partly constructed queen cells, but when n colony becomes quecnlcss the cells are built around the female larvae.. Tho larvao In these colls receive special food, and when they have grown to full slzo then, too, nre sealed up, and tho colony Is then ready for swarming. The Issuing of tho first swarm from a colony consists of tho departure of tho original queen with a part of tho workers. They Ieavo behind tho honey stores, except such as they can carry In their honoy stomachs, tho brood, some workers, drones, soveral queen cclls, from which will later emerge young queens, but no adult queen. By this Interesting process tho original colony la divided Into two. Tho swarm finds a new location In some place, such as a hollow tree, or. If cared by tho beo keeper. In a hlvo. The workers build new combs, tho queen begins laying, and In a short timo the swarm becomes a normal colony. The colony on tho old stand (parent colony)ls Increased by tho bees emerging from the brood. After a time tlfb queens In their cells are ready If tho colony Is only to emerge Jcholachln, his son. ascended tho throno, a bad, weak boy, utterly unfit to copn with the situation. His reign lasted only throe months. Upon Jcholachln descended tho full (orce ot tho dlrlne vengennco Incurred by previous generations. Ho was scarcely on tho throno when tho Chaldean forces, which had been ravaging wore jolnod by Nebuchadnezzar himself, and closed nround Jerusalem, and Jcholachln surrendered at discretion. Tbo arm of Babylon raised to atrlko bis father fell on blm, and fulfilled tho prophecy against Jchola-klm- . "Ho shall havo none to alt upon tho throno of David." Jeholachln wnn kopt a prisoner In Babylon (or 37 years and was then rcloasod. This was tho second blow ot dlvlnn judgment, tho beginning of tho second captivity, when 10.000 peoplo wore carried captlvo to Babylon. Among them wero tho king's wives and officers, nnd 7,000 that wero strong nnd apt for war, and 1.000 craftsmen; and n large part of (ho C.tOO vesecls of gold and silver (rom tho Tomplo and palaces. Tho policy of Ncbuchadnezznr wns to romovo out of tho way all those who might bo nblo to organize a revolt when ho and bis army had Such men It would havo been dangerous to Ieavo behind. It would seem as It all this would have been sufficient to prevail on tho people to repent and bei saved. Zcdcklah, the brother of Jcholakln. was placed upon the throno by Nebuchadnezzar, "a shadow king over n desperate band ot men. During tho first nlno years of his reign tho nation, Instead ot embracing tbo opportunity of repentance plunged more deeply Into folly. Tbo dregs of tho peoplo. left behind In Jerusalem, laid this flattering unction to their souls: "Wo havo been spared by Jehovah, thcrcforo wo aro righteous in hi Ju-de- (usually about seven or eight days) moderately strong the first queen to cmorgo Is allowed by the workers to tear down tho other queen cells and kill the queens not yet emerged, but if a "second swarm" Is to be given off the queen cells nre protected. COTS OR INDIVIDUAL HOUSES iiji 'dPP ,iilPK sMB va T' Heruld-Dlspatc- -- the largo houses aro used (or (arrowing quarters and as soon as tho pigs are a wcok or two old, or as soon as tho weather permits, the sows and Utters are removed to tho Individual cots. During the remainder of the year the large houses are utilized (or sleeping quarters. Oil Meal. Oil meal will often prevont Indigestion and keep tbo young sheep co edge. sT Benjamin, tbo north gato ot the city, that by which any ono would go to tho country of Benjamin which Jcrusnlom, a guard said: "Thou tallest away to tho Chaldeans; you aro trying to desert to tho enemy." Then said Jeremiah: "FuIjo! A Ho! I fall not a way to tbo Chaldeans." Ho was arrested by tbo guard, nnd brought to tbo princes, tbo officials ot tho government, who wero wroth with Jeremiah. Ho had compared them to ;otten figs. Ho wns tho strongest and most resoluto opponent of their war policy. But for him they would havo had It nil tholr own way. Jeremiah wts placed In a dungeon under tbo prison building. Jorusalom was with subterranean cisterns, vaulted or arched overhead, and cabins, vaults, tbo subterranean, nrched spaces ot a cistern, containing wnter. At last Zodcktah, tho king, secretly took him out to inqulro: "Is thero any word from tbo Lord?" Jeremiah replied: "Thero Is." Tho word was: "Thou shalt bo delivered Into tho hand of tho klug ot Babylon." Missionary lllustratlono aro abundant In modern times. Witness the four fold growth of tho church In Madagascar na tho result of tho cruel persecution In 1819 nnd the two decades following, whon Christiana wero Hung ovor "tho Itoclc of Hurling." n precipice of 1C0 foot, were burned to denth, Elonod, killed by boiling wuter or by poison. Witness tho growth of tbe church In China after tho fearful Boxer massacres ot 1900. And tho heroism of tbo missionaries, so llko that of tho apostle ot old, has elevated be whole missionary work tbrousbout tho world. honey-combed Bight." During a brief resplto whllo Nebuchadnezzar left Jerusalem free while ho fought the Egyptians Jeremiah went forth out of Jerusalem td go Into tho land of Benjamin. Ilia homo wns nt Analholh In Benjamin, thrco or four miles north ot tho city. It was apparently to securo his ahnro of tho tithes and produco of tho Lcvltlcal glebo ot tho village, duo to blm ns ono of Its priests. Knowing that tho Chaldeans would return, It was imperative that ho should obtain tho means of subsistence to tako back Into tbo city, so soon to bo beleagured afresh. Others think It was to securo himself In tho possession ot nn Inheritance. Thero was a natural rush to get out ot tbo city nfter so long a confinement. Jeremiah went with tbo others. When Jeremiah was In the gate ot August 10, 1911 ny it. a. WKATiiun-BTONn.- ) The Into summer months are the, most critical tlruo of tho year for the dairy cows and tho most trying time for their owner. Fly pests and drought-strickepastures nro dlscour nglng to n dairyman. Everything possible should bo done to rcduca the loss nnd suffering of tho cattle during this period. I find that It pays to keep tho cows tnsldo during tho heat of CLEANLINESS IN THE DAIRY tho day and feed supplcmotnal forage crops and a little grain feed. The sight of n herd of cattlo stamp Sanitary Condition of the Cowi Hat tng files In a drought-strickepasture Much to Do With Bacterial Con-tedoes uot speak favornbly of profits of the Milk. I have never been In and comfort. Tho cows nil well ns tho ilnlry bnrn fovor of growing acres of forage crops must lie kept clean. Experience hail and catch crops for soiling purposes, shown that tho sanitary condition of for on tho average farm It Is not nectho cows has ns much to do with the essary. However, It does pay to hold ovci bacterial content of tho milk ns any other factor. Tho method used In tin nbundanco of cnsllago nnd cut certified milk dairies la flrat to plnco either nlfnlfn, clover or corn to foot' the cows when tho pastures are fall log. No catch crop exceeds these reg ular crops In tho amount or qunllt of forage yielded per aero and when n n mm THE CITIZEN DAIRY COW IN Page SeYea THE n SUMMER mm TRADE General Fly Pests and Drought-8trlckePat turet Are Discouraging Keep Animals Comfortable. The Story of Lot Dy Rev. Stephen Paulson Willi in GOipmOHS BEREH Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS What Tire Your Talents? What Hrc Your Tllms? Bcrca Has the Training That is Best For YOU. Betterment Shown During Past Week Some Expansion In Manufacturing. 6:7. TEXT. Jod dellvreil Just I.nt, vexwJ filthy conversation of the wlckfrt, for that rlgtitooui man dwelling "tnon them Vfxfil Ids rlRlileous soul day tc lty with their unlawful deeds. 2 I'ctel at Now York. 11. (1. Dun & Co.'a week- review of trado said: Modorato betterment In trado con ditions appears this week. Tho ex17 traordinary government cotton report, showing, with ono exception, tho high- Tbcso words bring beforo un the story of a man who was anxious to be rich. Let us recall tbe story aud see what his overpowering detdrc for riches led him Into. Lot was associated with Abraham from tho first movo from Ur of tbe Chaldees. With Abraham he tarried at llaran. nnd went dawn Into Egypt, and returned from Egypt, Hut to be perfectly fair, Lot should be considered apart from A faco that is comely may Abraham. suffer by comparison with ono that la beautiful. So tho character of Lot suf ters by comparison with Abraham, and wo wilt toko him by himself. That ho was a Just man we havo on tho authey ore harvested In the ordlnarj thority of tho New Testament. way they will furnish tho best feed foi Crises do not make character, they only reveal it. A crisis came In tbe tho herd during the winter. In trying to save tons of bay and nrfnlrs of Iot. Ho and Abraham had bushels of grain for winter feeding grown to such wenlth In flocks that ninny men nllow dollars of Immediate they could no longer dwell together. profit to slip through their fingers, by So Abraham took him upon u high holding back these crops for wlntci eminence and told him to choose any feeding when their animals aro tuf locality whero he wished to dwell fertng nnd falling away In flesh con And hero it Is that Lot's character Is brought out In Its true colors, lie dlllon. It is far more sensible to cut and thinks he tins tho chance of his life feed a portion of the green feed than No consideration of Abraham enters It Is to tnkc the land out of tho regu- his mind. Ilo gets where ho can look lar rotation and grow supplemental over the land, nnd then he chooses. crops that aro less deslrablo for soli' What did ho choose? Ing purposes. "Then Lot choso him nil tho plnln It seems difficult to Impress It upon tho average man's of Jordan and Lot Journeyed cast; and mind that tho best winter feeding they separated themselves ono from crops are tho best selling crops. tbo other. Abrnhnm dwelled in tnc 'land of Canaan, and Lot dwelled Is MORE MILK FROM HOLSTEIN tho cities of tho plain, and pitched his tent toward Sodom." plain In Ilo choso the Breed Does Not Always Indicate Good the valley of tho Jordan becauso It Milkers Selection Should Be Made From Individual. was rich and est July condition cstlmato for tho last 13 years, caused some hesitation among buyers of dry goods, although tho tono In this lino was a trlflo better both at wholcsalo and retail. Consumers of Iron and steel constantly placo moderato orders for early deliv ery. Mill operations reflect further ex pansion and tbcro Is promlso of In creased activity in tho fall. Rail Orders Satisfactory. Tho railroads show moro disposition to provide for needed equipment. Orders for rails havo reached qulto n satisfactory tonnago at tbo west, and plato interests havo received a considerable volume of business from tho transportntlng companies. In tho latIrter division prices are'unscttlcd. regularity also appears In steel bars, wlro products nnd galvanized sheets. Improvement In Dry Goods. Moderato Improvement appears In dry goods both nt wholesale nnd retail. Curtailment by tho mills becomes still more drastic with tho ap- Aro you not far advanced? Then enter tho FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Hera ym will bo placed with others llko yourself, under a special teacher, 'and roak most rapid progress. You will matter Arithmetic and the cemmot branches and bo ready to use them. You will have singing, drawing, farm Ono year in the Foun and household management, and trco datlon School coBts less than J90 and Is worth J 1,000. Aro you aiming to bo a teacher? Then Join tho NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlntmore, Dean. Hero you will be so trained that you will fear no examination, and you will bo taught how to teach. Tho demand for Here a trained teachers far exceeds tbo supply. Aro you Interested in earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Mllen E. Marsh, Dean. Home Science. Mountain Agriculture. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nurtlng. Printing and Business Course, Etc Hero you soon doublo your earning power, and learn to enjoy doing things In a superior manner. Aro you desiring tbo next best thing to a College Course? Then taka text-bookBook-Bindin- tiro years or three yean In the Exporters proaching consumption. aro withholding orders, but shipments to date nro materially ahead of a year ago. Leather Trade Unsettled. conservative, changing stylo still being n paramount factor in restricting trade. Eastern manufacturers arc receiving some mall orders, and some factories aro fairly busy with tho current domand. Leather trr.do Is unsettled by tho decllno in hides, nnd this has caused soma buyers to withdraw their bids. Hank exchanges this week nt all leading cities in tho United States aggregate $2,017,003,225, a decrease of 3.6 per cent as compared with tho tamo week last year, and 9.2 per cent compared with 1309. This Is a much less favorable statement than was made a week ago, when gains of 0.1 and 0.4 per cent respectively were reported. Decreased returns at Now York City, whero losses of 4.3 and 13.8 per cent occurred, account mainly for the smaller total. At cities outsldo the leading center thero Is a loss compared with last year of 1.9 per cent, but a gain compared with 1909 ot 1.5 per cent. falr-stzc- New business in footwear continues Dean. Two Francis E. Matheny, years, or thrco years, In such practical studies as will fit you for an honor able and useful life. You select your studies from such as theso: Physiology tho science ot health; Civics tho science of government; Grammar ; tho art of correct speech nnd Ethics tho science of right and wrong; History necessary for politics, law nnd genoral Intelligence--; Botany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; Physics tho sclcnco ot machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc. Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start in tho BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. Best training In Mathematics, Languages, Science and. History. The s Academy has Its own and Men's Dormitory, and & largo body of students ot high character and ability, ablo instructors, and uso ot Col lege Library and apparatus. GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, letter-writingclass-room- Berea College Tho Collego Itself stands apart from all tho other schools under Its and has long maintained the highest standards known in tho South. 1o conform to tho Carneglo standards we havo diminished our former rernan-nccmc- nt Cow-Ta- ll Holder. In n stall according to their sixo, to hare HuRlclent bedding to keep them clean and comfortable to keep the hair thort In tho region of the udder, groom tho cows evory day, to ward them beforo every milking with clean, warm water and a brush, and Just beforo milking each cow to clean the udder again with a clean, wet towel. During fly time the tails of the cows to be milked arc fastened with cow-tal- l holders, such as the one shown In tho Illustration. The pincers snap around the cow's tall and the rubber band Is passed n round the leg on the chain. After tho cows arc washed, a smalt chain Is fastened across tho stanch-Ion- s under the cow's necks to prevent them from lying down; nfter they are milked, tho chains nro unfastened nnd tho cows are allowed to Ho down. ImTho manure is not removed mediately beforo milking, and nothing Is dono which will raise a dust, as dust Is one of tho most prolific tources of milk contamination. the cows The breed does not always Indicate good milkers. Tbcro aro poor cows In all breeds and the selection should be made on the merits of the Individual cow. Hpwovcr. tho avcraga Ilolstclti cow will probably produce more milk than other breeds, but with a lower fat content than the Jersey or Oucrnsoy, Excellent Type of Holsteln. says a writer In an exchnnge. Should you deslro to build up a good reputation for tablo milk In your town. It might bo well to have two breeds. I have known of Instnnccs where half HANDY TRUCK FOR MILK CANS tho herd were llolstelns, to furnish the quantity, and tho other half of the herd Illustration Shows How Wheelbarrow were (Jucrnscys or Jerseys, which May Oe Converted Into Useful helped to bring up tho fat content .of Vehicle. tho milk when mixed beforo bottling for market. This will incrcaeo the Tho Illustration shows how a wheel-harro- per cent, of fat in the milk as well as may easily bo converted Into give It a better body and color. vehicle or truck for a. carrying milk cana of large size. The body of the wheelbarrow Is removed und pieces put in to hold tho can d d Handy Milk Truck. can One man can handlo u with thin truck much easier than two men In tho usual way. MILK FROM DEVON WAS BEST Celebrated Chemist, After Examination, Gives His Opinion as to Which Is Best for Oables. Soma years ago a celebrated chemist, after examining the milk of differ ent cows, made tho following report ns to which was the best milk to raise babies on: Tho Jersey had too much oil in It, the llolsteln too much cheeso, and the milk from the Oovons was the best, ns It bad mora sugar in It and nearer the milk of tho baby's mother, rays the American Cultivator. Just then a young mother died leaving a baby twelve days old, and it so happened that tho father read this report, so ha rented a fresh Devon milk cow and fed the bnbo on the milk of that row for raoro than two years. She grow up to bo a fine, largo, healthy young lady, and at fifteen yearn of ago was two Inches taller than bor father, and in her clnss at school with girls much older than she was. Silo Has Advtntagc. The Dun with the sm is the man who has tho advantage at this tlruo of year when the dry spell strikes. Milk flow that is once decreased by dried up pastures can never be re stored until the next freshening. Don't tbe milk flow decrease. lt Mottled butter Is generally duo to Improper working. Udder troubles nro frequently tho result of bad feeding. Moro sunsblno for tho big producers, more fresh air for tho whole herd. Sunlight and pleasant surroundings nro great factors In stimulating largo milk yields. Dairy work Is no longer guess work, but science. Simple, It Is true, but all tho samo science. When tho cream runs oft tho spoon tike oil and has a slight acid tnatu It is usually ripe for churning. Salt on tho ca?eln In butter forms lighter spots and tho remedy is thorough washing beforo salting. A flimsy fenco will not restrain a bull and will cause no end of annoyance, especially In n busy season. Tho secret of a big, steady summer milk flow Is n generous and uninterrupted supply of good succulence. Tho cow should have a capacity to produce more milk than she Is called upon to produco In ordinary dairy work. Tho cow should bo fed so that sho will produco a full flow of milk And maintain practically tho same flesh condition. hours From twolvo to twenty-fou- r before churning you should commenco to ripen the cream, according to the tlmo of tho year. Dairying need not Imply abandoning wheat, but more wheat on less acres, lloth bread and butter should be produced on tbe farm. Grudlng of cream Is receiving more attention by tbe dairy press and dairy-methan It possibly has In tho history of tbe dairy busltiMt. Ever notlco how tho dairy business booms when tho owner la Interested In this work? There Is too much lack ot interest among dairymen, n llko Egypt. Ilo bad never forgotten Egypt, with Its great cities and wealth, out of his heart. He saw that in tho plain were cities, cen ters of commerce, where men wcro making money fast. Tho only consideration that entered his mind was his own personal advantage. You notlco that it said that Lot pitched his tent toward Sodom. Why not "within Sodom?" Ueeauso he knew perfectly well that Sodom was n wicked cljy, that the people of that city dishonored tho God whom bo wished to serve. So bo did not feel right about going Into the city, but ho would get near It for the material ad vantage It would mean to him. In Hut let us sco what happened. tbo fourteenth chapter of Genesis we read that Lot Is living In the city, nnd ho has become an Important man "Lot tat In tho gate." He had become a chief magistrate, an administrator of Justice, nnd one who extended tho hospitality of tbe city to strangers. What n wonderful case or success. Was ho not right thnt day be made his choice? Try htm by tho business standards of today. Look at Abraham, He Is still pitching bis tents up and down tho hilts and valleys, and that Is nil ho has amounted to. Hut let us not bo hasty In our eulo gy. lCt us get all the facts. Lot had becomo wealthy, and ho had position. but what had It all dono for him? A ray of light Is thrown on tho story by our Now Testament. Wo learn that Lot "vexed his righteous soul from day to day." Is that n condition to live in? lie was living among people, who did not observe common de cency. Hut you know, all his property was there, and bo could not get awny. When men were saying, "How well Lot Is' gutting along," ho never had an hour's penco. Hut what had Lot's wealth and suc cess dono for bis children? Would not they be well brought up and well pro vided for? You know ,tho awful story ot corruption' and sin that camo out of that life. Ono evening two angels camo and warned Lot of tho doom that was coming upon tho city: "And tbo men said unto, Lot, Hnat , thou here any betides? and thy sons, and thy daughters, and whatsoever thou bast In tho city, bring them out ot this place: for wo will destroy this place, because the cry ot them is waxen great before tbo faco ot tbe Lord; and tho Lord bath sent us to destroy It. And Lot went out, and spake unto his which married his daughters, nnd said, 'Up, get you out ot this place; for the Lord will destroy this city.' Hut ho seemed as one that mocked unto his That shows tho Influence bo bad over his family. Next morning wben be fled tho city, only his wlfa and two daughters accompanied him. Lot mo point out Just ono lesson ot this story. There U success that ends In failure. Man ean do a great deal without God. You may acquire wealth and position without God, and men may flattor you. Hut after all, what good Is it? Thero will bo no peace of mind, no abiding happiness, and your wealth and power will never accomplish any good purpose. It Is right to deslro success, but If you leave God out of the question it will end In failure.' So when you are planning your own of life, or choosing tho Sons-in-lawsons-in-lasons-in-lawlife-wor- quirements! Required and clectlvo studies with opportunity to concentrata Laboratories) in particular lines. Largest collego library in Kentucky. equipped for student practice. Courses leading to tho degrees of A. B., O. S., B. L., and B. Ped. MUSIC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory. Band, may bo taken for special fees in connection with work in any of the) above schools. Questions Hnswered College, with its affiliates institution. It requires certain fees, but it expends many thousands ot dollars each year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for students to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect tho character and reputation of the young people. Our students come from the best lamlllcs and are earnest to do well and improve. For any who may bo sick the Collego provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All excopt those with parents in Uerea live in Collego buildings, and assist In work of boarding ball, farm and shops, receiving valuablo training, 'and getting pay according to tho value of tholr labor. Except In winter it 13 expected that all will havo a chanco to earn a part of tbclr expenses. "Write to tho Secretary beforo coming to securo cmploymenL PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundrr, postage, books, etc, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is tbo best, but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm wraps nnd underclothing, urabrcllan and overshoes aro necessary. Tho Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost. Tho College asks no rent tor tho flno buildings In which stvdents live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing ot bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, 51.35 a week. In the fall, nnd J1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing ot bedding, 40 to 00 cents tor each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," aa guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and is returned when tbo student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for caro of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a freo gift). Tho Incidental Feo for most etudents is J5.00 a term, JC.OO In Academy and Normal, and J7.00 In Colle-glatcourses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental feo and room rent by the term, board by tho bait term. Installments aro as follows: Berea, Friend of Working schools, Is not a money-making Student. Berca Hradstrect's letter said: Thero Is still considerable Irregufar-It- y In trado conditions, due to cautiousness and fears of crop damage, but basic conditions and tho advance of tho year tend to work for a little merWhile further Improvement. chants contlnuo to feel their way, sentiment as to fall trade Is Improving slightly, and at some of tho larger centers Jobbers nnd wholesale dealers have done a rather better business with outsldo merchants, who aro beginning to come to market. Business Failures and Export Trade. Business failures In tho United States for tho week ending August 3 wcro 208, against 238 last week, 100 In the like week of 1910, 1S4 in 1909, exports flour Wheat Including from the United Stntes nnd Canada for tho week ending August 3, aggregate 3,321,308 bush, against 2,514,204 bush last week and 1,275,730 bush this week last year. For the five weeks ending August 3 exports" nro 10,060,375 bush, against 0,323, 743 bush In tbo corresponding period last year. 1 Corn exports for tho week nre bush, against 350.098 bush last week nnd 419,154 bush In 1910. For tho flvo weeks ending August 3 corn exports nro 3.0S1.S0S bush, against 322,-78- 205 in 190S nnd 157 in 1907. 1,717,025 bush last year. Vocational and Foundation FALL TERM School. J 5.00 G.CO Incidental Fee Academy and Normal. J 6.00 7.00 9.45 THE MARKETS Room Board, 7 weeks Amount due Sept. 13, 1011 Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1011 9.45 J20.05 9.45 Collcget. 7.60 7.00 8.45 $23.45 9.45 $32.30 $32.40 . Cincinnati Grsln Market Flour Winter patonts J3.90a4.20. do family J3.90a4.2u. lor grndo $2.40a 2.E0, hard patent J4.90a5.25. do fancy J4.15n4.50. Wheat No. 2 red 88a 89c. No. 3 red 85,4a8Glc. No. 4 red 79 n81c. Corn No. 2 white 6SaG9c, No. 3 whlto CSaCSc. No. 2 yellow C7,AaGSc. No. 3 yellow C7a07VjC. No. 2 mixed C7uC7,4c, No. 3 mixed CGV4a67e. Oats No. 2 whlto 41a4Hc, stundard whlto 40n41c, No. 3 whlto 40a40Vic. Cincinnati Live Stock. Cattle Shippers J5a5.90, butcher steers, extra jc.05a5.85, good to cholco J4.S5a6.C0. J22.45 9.45 Total for term If paid In advance WINTER TERM .? $29.60 J23.00 J 5.00 6.00 9.00 J20.00 9.00 J31.90 $3t.40 J 6.00 7.20 Incidental Fee Room $ 7.00 750 8.00 ard, 6 weeks 9.00 J22.20 9.00 Amount" duo Jan. 3. 1912 Board 6 weeks, due Feb. 14, 1912 123.20 9.00 good to choice J4.G0a5.40, cows, extra J4.50a4.G0. good to cholco $2.75u4.40, Hulls Bologna cannon Jl.25a2.60. J3.50n4, extra J4a4.35. Calves Extra, good so.7&a7, conv $7.25, fair to Hogs-G- ood J3a6.50. mou and largo to choice packnrn and butchnr J7.55a7.60, mixed packers J7.40a7.C5, common to clioieo neavy tat sows. $5a0.05, pigs (110 lbs and less) J4.50a7.30. Sheep Extra J3.40a3.60, good to cholco jj.iuas.Jij. heifers, extra J5.50a5.C0. Total for term If paid In advane 8PRING TERM J29.00 $28.50 .VP. J 5.00 00 0.75 J15.75 C.75 J3L20 $30.70 J C.OO J32.20 531.70 7.00 6.00 6.75 $18.75 6.75 J26.50 $25X0 Incidental Pee Room Soarrt. 5 weeks 6.00 6.75 J17.7J5 Amount due March 27. 1912 Board fi weeks, duo May 1, 1912 0.75 Total for terra If paid In advane J22.50 $22.00 J24.50 $24.00 Extra JC.9Un7, v. Atmli-Sl.nOit'' "fl hum per, cholco Jl.50a2.25 hamper. Carrots Homegrown isftaioc a uoz. leiory your children, your first consideration Michigan Jl.50al.75 crate. Eggplauts should be whether you and they can Honey J3.76a4 J2.C0a2.75 crate. God In tbe calling which you serve havo chosen, and remember that crate. Lemons California J3 50a4.50. bbL J2.25a2.50 "godliness Is profitable for tbo life Onions Louisville. that now Is, and for that which, ts to Oranges J2.SCa2.C0 bbl. Potatoes-Easte- rn Uai.ZC bbl. come" Mltcellaneoui. Hens 104c, spring chick lL'o. turlteva on i:te. ducks 15c, geese Cn7c, Eggs l'rlino firsts 17c, firsts 1012c. nutter creamery, extru -- sViV. nrsts :4c, fancy dairy Cincinnati Poultry Plan Now, Gome September 13th young man or young woman can get an education at Any Berea It thero Is the will to do so. It U a great advantage to start in the Fall and havo a full year ot continuous study. Many young people wasto tlmo In the publlo schools coins over and over tho samo things, when they might N Improving much tastes by coming to Berea and starting in on new studies with somo ot the best young men and women from other counties and States. Make your plant to come September 13th, For information or friendly advlco writo to tbo Secretary. ablo-bodle- d 18o. Fn-.e- D. Walter Morton, bereh, ky. Page Eight. KO0OKOMOMO0OltOOltOOlt000OKOItOltOKOItO000Oft THE CITIZEN. fiomo of our citizens nro hauling tici to tho river thl wcok. Prof. It, 8. Murdoch, A, II., of Huckhorn coltcgo preached nt Grassy Branch last Sun-d- y to a largo crowd. Tho trustees met at Grassy llrnnch last Saturday and lil red Miss Ilnttlo Mlntcr as teacher at that place. Jack Smith, of Sugar Camp, toll dead In T Ml H.M ... nt 1 11 August to, 191 1. East Kentucky Correspondence ft f News You Get Nowhere Else ft o H tonern4iict psMltkt. sit for publication, ! It bat it n trldtnce led In full ly tie wilttt. of rood faith. IU Mini Wilte pUlnly. Thursday.-M- rs. PP'b John Noble, of Cow It. Durham and Crock, died recently. Sherman RobIs on tho sick list.--MrKi:i: son Jas. G. began their schools at inson, son of Mr. and Mr. Sum Robprogram Chestunt Flat, and Wanctn, tho 17 inson died last month. Funeral Association to bo Held ult School began nt Durham school held by Rov. Cordell Roberts Of Teachers house, Monday, with Miss Olllo Hat-flo- and John Mason. Jas. R. and Logan at McKco, August 12, 1911. Fanny Brum-bac- Gabbard spent Saturday and Sunday as teacher Mrs. Song. by nn Pnw of Wancta, accompanied Mnvnpu vlalttwl Wclcomo Address H. F. Mlnter. rrftnl?.1t Emmlt Mulllns, attended church her. rc,aUvcs hcro ,n8t wock.Uil Murrel Response J. 0. Durham. saiuruav nnu suuuay. .iibs duouu Is very low with blood poison and not Recitation Fred Jones. hns expected to live. Henry Colo met Hammond, of Clover Bottom, Heading Susie. Watson. "13. Kill tho fly In nny way, but been visiting this week with her with a very painful accident. While Value of Education Chas. Tlncher. "6. Is tho fly dnngerous? Ho Is kill tho fly. Tho Teacher and His Mission J. G. nloce, Mrs. David Durham. backing his wagon, tho brako gave man's worst pest, and tuoro danger"14. If there Is filth anywhere that Durham. nway and ho fell In front of his rnivirrr ous than wild beasts or rattlesnakes. von rntinnt rettinvo. mil ihn nttirxt nf Itecltatlon Isaac Howies. Prlvett, July 29. Wo have been wagon and tho wheel ran over his "7. What diseases does tho fly car- tho bonrd of health and ask for reThe School System and its Results having some of the coolest weathsr nnklo causing a very severe wound. ry? I to carries typhoid fever, tuber- lief heffirn vntl nm Ntrlr-knwith ilia. Wm. Dunlgan. tho year that we have W. B. Gabbard has been on tho sick for tho tlmo of culosis, and summer complaint How? ease ami iierhaps death.'' Noon Basket Dinner. 6ecn for sevoral years. Mr. Marlon list. Tandy Frost Is at Buckho.-n- , How Important Is Geography TeachSmith, of Clover Bottom, la planning this week. J. L. Gabbard has been Townsley Is very low nnd Is not cx- - Mlko Jennings returned to his work ing In the Schools Jas. A. Farmer. to movo to Gray Hawk in a short putting up a new side room Ewcll pected to, llvo very long. Mr. Georgo m Danville. - wjlder Hays. III. last Sunday. Mr. Recitation James II. tlmo. Several from this place attendwas nt Ida May last wcok Rader was taken very 111, Wednesday muford Jennings returned to his Training of the Will H. Fi Mlnter. cd tho teachers' Institute nt McKee after a load of merchandise. Floyd night Mr. Harris, tho hutllng miles w()rk n jtockwood, Mich, Reading Luther Gabbard. last wcok. Misses Mattlo and Myrtle L,ucaa purchased n cow from Finley drummor, was here, Friday, calling on' tho School G. Flnche, of Birch Lick, visited relatives ' rjolln Tho Government of for $26. Corn is soiling from MADISON COUNTY tho merchants. Mr. Frnnk Mulllns, W. Rader. at Gray Hawk, Saturday and Sunday. 9o cents to $1.00 per bushel. Thero Is of Snider, spent Friday night nt Mr. iiaut Why I Teach W. S. Farmer. Wm. Dunnlgan began his school. not a hait crop of IrsU potatoes this D. M. Slnglcton's.-- Mr. Emmlt Cum- Closing Address by Supt. J. J. Davis. rains fell IIllrUi A,IR h.(;ood Inst Mouday, with an enrollment ot year and annles aro scarce. Revs. mlns nnd family of this place moved nprP( Krlday nnd Sunday -I- )orn to thirty-fivCynthia Bryant, tho lit- Walter Bailey, Robt Taylor, and 111:011. to Winchester to mako their future Mr. and Mrn. jaK Ralllnger on the Hugh, Aug. 7. School began at tle daughter ot Morgan Bryant, died iBaac Gabbard preached at the Ice homo. Tho Holiness pcoplo will hold i3n, iMt Krl namod Myrtle. Rev. Mr. H. N. tho 15th with a short Illness of only Reynolds' school house, last Sunday, following day at Mandorrn. Tlieo. sorvlces at Mr. this place, July 24, with Aubers Roder's tho Her remains were layed to a largo crowd. Dean as teacher. We are having six days. Jewell and B. F. Downey nro busy fourth Sunday In this month. Ever-)- ' Jbb i.niiford filled his appointment M. Pnyno passed Sunday nlght.-- O. plenty of rain In this vicinity now. to rest In tho Rolling graveyard. body s nvitd to come. Mr. Garrnrd through last week on his way to good rain Friday Mr. Ever hart, tho picture man from We had a genulno of Livingston, wus calling on fortl. Ky. to visit his aunt. Sam and a very nlco shower, Sunday. Mr. Berea, passed through enroute to friends hero, Saturday The corn crop i)n.wer g nonlo Irom Red House. and Mrs. Will Henry visited at W. Bonneville. Mr. James Brumback so'4 Is looking fine In this vicinity but ev. Hudson preached on Bear Knob, R. Ben go's, last week. Miss Amanda a nlco pair of mules last week. Susie Irish potatoes aro no good. Sunday morning, nnd at Hart's Chapel, THE PESKY FLIES Benge and children, of Panola, visited Watson, the Gray Hawk teacher, Is ooociilakd Sunday evening. A protracted niKt- her parents here a few days last boarding at Mr. Hunter's. The Rev. Goochland, Aug. school T. J. B j,ns begun nt Macedonia. Mr. DoYoung Is holding Sunday week. Mrs. Elizabeth Hall is conThe flics, the flies, the pesky flies, is progressing nicely nt Pleasant Mill, juko took some cattlo to Richmond, valescent Miss Alice Benge Is vis- school at the Huff school houBo every Elizabeth Phillips of this place dl'd Monday. A school election was held, They crawl upon the bread and pies, iting her sick daughter, Mrs. Mag- Sunday morning at 9 o'clock. Aug. 3, being In her hundredth year. Saturday, nnd J. F. Hawkins was ll gie Burns at Big Hill. air. Tom MACI.UKN And on each bite of food we eat She has a host of relatives and frlendi elected trustee, went to Berea fair and stopped Maulden, Aug. 7. School Is pro to mourn her loss. W. A. nnd It. II. They wipe their nasty, dirty feet, see friends In Happy Hollow, gressing nicely at Fall Rock with to inn.. Phillips wero In Mt Vernon last week ll Saturday night Mrs. Jennie And buzz around defying foes. Hugh Farmer as teacher. Mr. and on business. Slmmle Hampton Visited SPECIAL NOTICE stumped her toe very badly and. Mrs. Alley McGeorge of Witt, Estill . They dance upon your face and nose, ,.,. ..n,..rtAlnm.n, at Hamilton, Ohio, last week. Ho was Is having some difficulty in walking. Co. visited Mrs. McGeorge s parents only In Hamilton 15 minutes and re- en at tho Narrow Gap Church, Satfear, And then, without apparent Mr. Earl Klmberlaln was the guest at Egypt, last week. Mr. and Mrs. turned on next trnln. Pollle and urday evening. Profs. Raino and Rle-b- y of his grandpa, Saturday night. Mr. James Gabbard of Tuscola, 111., are They dig and tunnel in your ear, Maggie McCollum visited Allle Philnnd Mr. Taylor aro on tho proGeo. Benge has gone to Hatcher's visiting Mr. and Mrs. John E. Short. Phillips of Robn?t gram. After the entertainment, Ice lips Friday.-Ch- as. They light upon your hairless head, Run to buy hogs. Mr. Lewis Parks They will return to their homo soon- .was In Goochland, Friday, to attend cream will be served. has been visiting his brother and sis- J. S. McGeorge and H. C. Ward made At early morn, when you're abed. tho burial of his mothor, Mrs. Eliza- - J ter at this place. The members of business trip to East Bernstadt, They fly and frolic everywhere, both Phillips. J. L. Jones sold a mulo Housley Fork church are going to Monday. Mr. George M. Moore, who SWAT last week for $100. Thos. Richmond, "Swat, till the last blamed fly expires! And make the housewife almost swear. finish the new church house at once, recently graduated from the Eastern I of Horso Lick, was in Goochland, Swat, with a swatter made of wires! They fall down in the crock of cream, Rev. Turpln will hold a protracted Kentucky Stato Normal at Richmond, the first of the week. Martha Bpnrks Swat 'em, to beat the band!" meeting hero some time In October. is on a three weeks' visit to his par And life to them is one sweet-dreaand Belle Richardson, ot Doublcllc'c, place. Miss Cora Aroyc, CLOVER BOTTOM. ents at this Monday. Garrison wero in town They get mixed up in the raisin cake, IN OUR OWN STATE Clover Bottom, Aug. 6. Fine rains postmistress at this place, will leave, Clark, ot Clear Creek, waR In this And all the housewife tries to bake. o (Continued from Ant pS') and corn crops are looking well lit Friday, for a two months visit in part, Thursday. Goo. Sparks was nlght-B- ert these parts. Tho school elections In relatives at London, .Livingston and Saturday TO OPEN CAMPAIGN coffee cup, Goochland, They drop down in the Ed. Dlv. No. 6, No. 3, 5 Tarls, Ky. She will also attend the Judgo O'Rear will open his camalgn Phillips and wlfo visited at Wm. And in the Masses get mixed up. 6 resulted in O. J. Wild defeat- exposition at Knoxvllle, Tenn., while and Sparks', Sunday. James Sexton anil for Governor at Elltabcthtown, Aug. ing Leslie Van Winkle In No. 3, a gone. Eva Hall, of Welchburg, visWith nimble feet and active wing, R. H. Phillips havo a contract of 14th, and from that time till tho elec tie between I. F, Dean and Gar. Hays ited her grandparents at this place, haullne ties for Sbelton Brock. las. tion ho will be almost constantly on on everything, They leave their germ In No. 6, and Rufus Abrams defeated Saturday night Mssos Eva Hall und Bowman has bought a team ot muls tho road In an endeavor to cover the And then their presence they explain J. F. VanWlnkle In No. C. J. T. Dur- Cora Amyx spent the day, Sunday, and Is hauling for I. A. McCrackcn. ontre Stato. Judge O'Rear wilt not ham was elected In No. 11 without with Misses Laura, Etta and Dora announce of Climax. In fact hauling Is about 'wat till the Democrats With dots upon the window pane. opposition Amyx of Egypt. Almeda Rose and Amerinil the go In Goochland at present their platform to fire his first gun. Then bring the swatter forth and swat, ca and Zella Dean visited Nathan Evfor his Is a progressive program, not ESTILL COUNTY OWSLEY COUNTY ans on Red Lick, Saturday and SunAnd teach the flies they must not dot, a campaign ot vituperation and de WAOKKHV11.1.K day. S. A. Engle killed a large copISLAM) CITY traction of tho other fellow, and does Bring out the sticky paper sheet, WaeersYlllc. Aug. 7. We had an 'nn( HnfiAnil would perhead snake a few days ago. Mrs. City, Aug. 7. We Island nhnn hla nMinmnnmftnll. !:day last 'excellent rain ono That nabs the insects by their feet, Susan Powell who has been Blck for a like to know who that man was that WHAT SHALL IT BE? Mr. and Mrs. A. IX Bender and little fow days Is belter. Stella Isaacs, wanted his paper, Tho Citizen, disconDemocrats know they must Tho And holds them struggling for their breath son Joo and Miss Rea Scrlvner are daughter of W. R. Isaacs, of LUC7, tinued. That man don't care for his week. Mr. havo a platform. They have known visiting relatives hero this Until they die a lingering death. died recently with a relapse of ty- state, county, district or the good It ever since Judgo O'Rear announced anil Mrs. Jeff Wagers, Mr. and Mrs. Rut do not use the ancient trick, phoid fever. The above families have school In the town of Berea. Thero were tho guests of his candidacy for the Republican Ambrose Wilson d man nomlnaUon for Governor, and they ovr heartfelt sympathy. Turp Ab- Is not a single good And dope the flies and make them sick, Mr. and Mrs. Simp Warford. Saturday rams, who has been suffering with, iq tho whole state of Kentucky who tho purnight and Sunday. J. M. EdwardB have called a convention for so they say, For this will cause them, scrofula of the head and face, is bu can say anything else but that The Wagers attended court pose of writing a platform which Is and Ambrose to meet next week, tho lfith. But To dot their little lives away. j'ttje better than he was at last writ- Citizen gives good advice to both old at Richmond, Monday. Miss Ilea and young. Success to the editor and ar. IF. S., Chicago Tribune. ing Major Cruse, bur constable, entertained quite a number of what shall tho platform bo? There Is tho rub. If tho delegates prove us. rested Wiley Smith, Jr. charged with his tnany readors. Captain Short, friends, Sunday. Miss Mollio Arvlne when they meet as the d- to Wm. Mays and G. J. Gentry captured was the pleasant guest ot Miss Flor harmonious horse stealing and delivered him In discussing what should and deputy sheriff, W. A. Johnson, of two moonbhno distilleries this week; once Cox. Saturday night and Sunday. ,n tno P'form -- Miss Ella Park Is visiting relatives hat Bho,u,d Madison county. The crime Is al- ono In Clay Co., tho other near Trav ! PrptaMy cut each others elerav Rest In Owsley Co. Judge John L. C. Fowler Is In Frankfort-- Mr. leged to have been committed at "UP F, Brewer, who was a delegate to drilling welts In Jackson County. and COUNTY very sick at this wrltlng.-- Mr. Richmond, about two years ago. really but ono questlol Th r i, the stato convention, returned hoiuo it- -. any. 1 Lucy, Dean Is not improving citocitWmviLi.K ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Mr 'nn.l Mr.. Unrvn Gabbard. Satur- - U,ftt K,70 thcm trouble tho County ft low days ago and reports a tine CrockHUVtHo, Aug. 7. Our farmers Tom Azolll Is driving a team for Mi trip. u UOONK mOBUro' don't want It. ssys O'Rear Is the roan who He r and and Suuday.-.- Mr. . ,have. durtne 160 past few weens, ue ' , h.1Ivh day night J. Smith. Rosa Azblll Is on the sick will win tho race for iJOVCrnor uhi iiiud ioti mo neces ' Hi'n f Mil I1IHI1I1I t II u uiua ! . vv,rntt Alrnnier. . Of Cow uiwn, nuB.. .. r iu list. Emmer Azblll is suffering Very Graded school will .bettft, Aug. enuorsing u. success at the li, w,th 'inn c sity 01posslblo Cm)k Sunday wll Mf ,or otuer commual. lsorv.ee a Fa.rv.ew cnurcn. badly with spinal trouble. Mrs. Alice polls, " success. Is better than Hunuay- uuc"'u Fowlor.-M- lss Mary Wilson Is quite mr their own ani1 Saturday Mr. Hackor as teattor, aMfcted by n, Cruse visited Myrtle Dean, conviction. 7 lady from Rlchttwrnd -- Mrs. Ike and UOT.n"1 .'Win. Bryant ot Cartersvliie.-i-uu- .ic and 8unday Grassy Spring Baptist I ttt th" ,aCe' JU sphere v..U ,,B at Mr? Ahner Sc"o"tt tfhestnutburg. are earl Chestnut, hoTI church, on last Saturday, Vxcluded 7... ...i.. ' with Miss Laura Isaacs as leacne- r.- Wilson's. lcvl're tt"v" . . " 7 7 " vlsltlne Mrs. Ehntr C.entrv whn , CALIFORNIA twelve members from the church, l who sick qUU, UmeHar y Brg I.OCl'NT IIHANCII charging them with Joining the Holi"Provl.tg under tho caro flrt wrmon II "Ic of Iowa, h visiting his father. H. V. Locust Branch, Aug. 1. Wo If you are thlnklnc of comlnr r,r ness people. Huff of linvlnL. nlnntv nf rain and crons uro Cornelius, of Berea-M- rs. .. B.Iekiu this weoK. He will probUy nreached U.wa. n ,n (hQ nowiy erected Dr. om: Poynter stay lor some Hlme.-Fr- ank Moore cnurch.housa there. Mr. Will Ward, Snider Is no better.-Ma- rlaa looking fine. ",-- John Collins Is to California, writs to me. and I Sand Gap, Aug. 5. We have hi;l .1 T ,l.t I letl & fow days ago, to dlspont, of J,!s Uom Hazardi WM hew. Saturday und continues very sick. Born to Mr. ' J Homo nlco showers of lato which wero "nun iRHO ocugni in leiiing you wny. property in Mnovvllle. He exacts to Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elmer .,1.1 xtru P R Mnlvrlv Jnlv 27th a ladly needed. Crops In this section - may thbj neighborhood. Mss Eva Qabbard, who aro located at Crocketts progressing nicely with a dally ntdesire. I am a Kentucklaa and will be very short It wo do not have settle in Frl.lav last which was a most wel- 30 io-1'0 ' ,Uk. a special Interest In Kentucky a great deal of rain very soon. Rev. Chadwoli ibegun her school, Monday, v,0 for tho un,mer, conducting ecr-- coino visitor. iBrnurs nre most wi U'UllanC,J McOdllum. Davo Bowman and'vccg ttnd Sunday ng othcr veK(JlaWc8 uro ttUnot a neoDle. I h.v. ben In school at tho uuno cutting hay U. V. Clcmmons and wife bavo Just ciirnmi. iu turn wnuur 'j. ' John Campbell and yearg( on tho farm and tnoroU6hiy plumed fom visiting their children O. J. Gentry left, Monday, for Beatty Presbytorlan church. Misses Mao L. Wren and Geo. Poynter returned total fallure.-- Mr. family visited Mrs. F. B. Campbell, understand the soli nd ennii.in. Mlnter and Lucy Gabbard were tho to their homo at this place, Sunday. at Kerby Knob. Rev. Jas. Lunsford vlllo on to business trip. KKII.l.STI.l.N guests ot Mr. and Mrs, Elmer E. Gab- Mr 8. James Grant was In Boono ono Sunday. Mr. J. C. Potts la visiting It you think of coming to California has Just closed a very succcsut il Sebastian, Aug. C Died on Aug. bard over Saturday and Sunday. Ed Kelly's folks, this week. Mr. S. drop mo a Una, series of inoetlngs at this place nnd day last week. Mrs. Woodall, of gained many additions to tho church. 'J, Mrs. Laura Gabbard, after an Yours truly, II, L, Bishop, Callahan is still doing a rushing busi- Slatellck, attended church at Fulrvlow Mr. Georgo CarponUr, who has been 1,1 Iu til. 1.1 ft ULIIIf. 11,111. Lint of thirteen days. She leaves a ness In the goods line. Ills store Rev. Ball who was expected to Klngsburg, Frenso County, Cat. Suuday. Several from Boono attended hrrUmd 'and three small children and seems to bo the center of trado for aM!n Rev. Lunsford during the meetthe fair at Korea last week. Mr. J. ings fulled to corao but Is expected a hofct of friends to mourn her loss. all the surrounding communities. GARRARD COUNTY II. Uiinbcrt and Geo. Wren wero In tho third Saturday and Sunday of Fvnorol services wero held at the Rev. II. 8. Murdoch also preached at Mt. Vernon ono day last week. Mr. For God's Sake Do Something" I'AINT LICK. fctery by Rov. Cordell Roberts. August. C. S. Durham and wlfo, of ITesbyterlan church tho Crockettsvllle ruuwm services win do neia at me ia8t SuDday aftenoon. Tho houso and Mrs. Frank Gulnn, of Berea, wero- j r'alnt Lick, Aug. C A series of r new ixk ilnppy Heights, recently visited the visiting relatives near Boone, Satur- meetings began ut Walluco's Chap-rtttalaYnvtixQIil.'1 rn crowded. Mr. Wilt Dooley, of Be-- day A. mm, u. B. termer's parents, Mr. aud Mrs. J. U. coHiewy near jucnard Rice's the aud Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. last Sunday night, August C Mr. oi At turn. Kim a.n.1 uunu ounuay in eepiemoer uy uev, rt.a liaB8ed through hero on bis way rK.n. IniictBMt Ih. Durham, of this place Mr. D. M. over were visiting relatives In aud Mrs. Jeff Davis are rejoicing Chasteon (lout oi Uw Click, bis daughter Laura aud a lady Cordell Roberta and lko Gabbard. t0 Buckhoru last week. Berea, Sunday. PuUldinL It UIU low tho arrival of a flue baby girl. Mr. tbauMn.U of imii iltU firm Berea came over from Kerby Sunday school at Lucky Fork school U yr4 1 roilbr hoauo and Mrs. A. V. Caldwell havo a new TUo public i CLAY COUNTY ohlaniio Knob and attended church here, Sun- house every Sunday. noutllr tai xiU Into schools hero aro having a very Orlando, Aug. 4 Miss Hallie SlnKle- - boy at their home. Mr. Press Ward tusoiusin. UviqnrlD. huunino hpuingh day Misses Lillian Abrams, Suslo Mllll(iuinru. ''OfW.I UMbwhtlLMMa tk. ill 111 and Miss Therslo Day wero married at good attendance this year. Miss Syl- typhoid fover. with There was ton Is very Buning Springs, Aug. th KklU tl... T4. U tU and Bertha Hurst, of Cave Spring, at August 2. largo attendance labt Monday night Several attended tho holiness meeting tho homo ot tho bride, tended church here, Sunday. Mr. vanlo Hacker Is staying witl her sis- offlwm.- - uwniutialnii Moore, tho sewing machine arcnL was tor Mr8, - B Gabbard, this fall. at the cbapcl to listen to speeches of at Mt. Vernon, Sunday. Tlje Infant Rov. Nath Culton, of Richmond, dated. Their many friends wish a 'our jwlltlclans who are aspirants 'or of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Halcomb which In this vicinity tho first of the week. hicktown ... Mrs. $m4 IU fvr forww.iM tWisi. Aug. 5. Having dry the office ot County Judge. The can- has boon very 111 with pneumonia Is long aud happy life to them. Ricetown, Misses Etta and Lizzie Recce went i r.nci htf,-Aunt Martha Conley Jonnlngs is Improving. Mr. Improving. slowly to Kerby Knob, Wednesday, on n woather, and crops are weeding rain, dldates wore Messrs. Jarvls, editor of TAflKSON COUNTY "f1 "T'T. J. scr-vlc- ld k, T I e. the county paper, T, J. Rawllngs, tho prcsont Incumbent and Mr. John Morgan. Tho educational meeting ft Wednesday was well attended by teachers, parents and others. Much Interest was taken In tho discussion of tho various topics pertaining to .1 Prof. Thco. Jones successful school. of tho State University gave a very practical talk on the school law. ur postSuslo, tho Ilttlo child of master, Mr. Jones, Is vary low with diphtheria. Mrs. Plerson Lunsford, 0 this place, has almost fully recovered from her serious Illness. Henry Anderson announces tho birth of twin g 401 s. Tho mother nnd babies are well. Mrs. T. C. McDanlel is visiting her sister, Mrs. Chas. McDanlel, of Berea. Prof. Robinson's sons nnd daughter Georglo have returned to their work In Indianapolis after spending n most delightful vacation hero. Prof. Robinson's family, Msss Rico and Powell, comprised a party who spent last Saturday visiting friends in Manchester. Dr. Win. "'. Uornsby, who has recently locnted nt McKee, spent last night with his parents here. Carpenters, stone cutters nnd othor workmen aro busy with the new buildings ot Rawllngs, Horns-b- y and Miss Haagcn. The latter Is having a neat bank, barn an I houso built on her property on "Sunny sldo." Tho refreshing showers of th last few days havo saved a part of the corn crop as tho fields looked brown and bare. Mrs. John Hall died last Tuesday and was burled tin di-in- FLY CATECHISM Used In Soma North Carolina Schools. "1. Whero Is tho fly born? In filth. "2. Whero doeB tho fly live? In ev- killed morn American soldiers In the n war than tho bulery kind of filth. "3. Is anything too filthy for tho lets of tho Spaniards. "9. Where aro tho greatest number fly? No. "I. (n) Whero does he go when ot cases ot typhoid fever, consumpho leaves tho manure pllo nnd tho tion, nnd summer complaint? Whero spittoon? Into tho kitchen nnd din- there nro tho most files. "10. Whero aro tho most flies? ing room, (b) What does ho do there? Ho walks on tho bread, fruit, Where there Is tho most filth. "II. Why should wo kill tho fly? and vegetables; he wipes his feet on Because hn may kill us. tho butter and bathes In the butter"12. How shall wo kill tho fly? Demilk. stroy nil tho filth about tho houso nnd "5. Does tho fly visit tho patient yard. Kill tho fly with a wlro screen sick with consumption, typhoid fuver, paddle, or sticky wiier, or kerosene nnd cholera Infantum? He does, nnd oil. may call on you next. 8pnnlsh-AmerIcn- On his wings and hairy feet. What Is his correct name? Typhoid fly, "8. Did ho ever kill any ono? Ho ; j Waf-Burto- n. Az-bi- Az-bl- "'" wi ct .- Ar-'vl- ! r BREATHlTt w. 1 - ,. m .!rrlT Z ??n ""Z '""" u Z 1..Z h" :" 1 ' cm' . " at 1 a sr as-ti- st