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COUNTY, KENTUCKY, The Citizen CoujateLin AUGUST 24, 1011 Knowledge I power ad the way to keep up with modem knowledge it to read a good newspaper. People Ono Dollar a year. No. 8 XIII. GOOD SHOES GOOD SERVICE Once you get an idea of DOUGLAS SHOES quality and service we confidently count on your return for more. DOUGLAS SHOES are better because they are better made. There is polish and refinement to them. When a customer wants real character in his 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. In, In Well in Berea, and Elsewhere the paronts. Orphans. There are two kinds of orphans thoso made so by the death of paronts and those whose parents still live but do not, and, in many instances, never have exercised the highest functions of parents towards their children. Of this latter class there are a great many every where there are a great many in Beren. Thoso thus orphaned aro orphaned indeed. Possibly thero is one child in a hubdrrd Hint isn't nn orphan. It is not enough that children have something to eat, n pWe to sleep, and clothes decent clothes to near. The parents who only supply theso needs may justly consider tbetr children orphans. They hare not realized and met the highest obligations of parenthood they have not supplied the supremest needs of their children. Tho great Apostle to the Gentiles said that tho Corinthians where his Epistles letters read and known of all men. He meant that people could read their lives and tell what bis life was what Christianity was. Now children are the Epistles of the home. One does not need to go into the home to see and know what the home life is. He can rend it in tho lives the manners, the conduct of the children. Neatness or slovenliness, cleanliness or uncleanliness in the children as seen about the streets tells on the home one story; an unmistakable story. But there is something else that speaks louder. It is conduct. The language, the manner, the bearing of children are index fingers that poinf back to the home that tell on Be Safe Not Sorry of what can be paid by a bank and conduct its business on lines of the strictest conservatism. In short, it is the rate that is consistent with absolute safety. There are many schemes and seemingly attractive investments that offer more but with every added per cent, comes an added risk, and why should you take any risk when you are investing the net results of your labor and economy. A man who loses his savings thus acquired, usually quits saving from discouragement. "Eetter be safe than sorry" is a good maxim to observe in choosing a place for investment. We pay 4 per cenllhe lae rate. 4 Per C nt it the limit -- J Berea Bank & Trust Co. OFFICERS Vlce-Pre- A. Isaacs, Pres. J. W. Stephens, s. John F. Dean, Cashier R. R. COYLE Influences of Surroundings upon Study A and Life True Story Which Home is Yours? cholco school books, a lamp, Inkwell, blottor and rule. Just above tho stand waa a homo mado book shelf (spools strung on heavy twlno) with two shelves containing tho fow hooka mother had collected and placed convenient for Walter'! use. Near him on tho narrow window ledge, neatly clean, hair brushed till his forehead covored with whlto patwr, In tin cans shone. Watson was Just tho opposite painted green, were some blooming In personal habits, and a laggard In houso plants, and ono simple picture "The study. "Why" to my boyish mind, adorned tho student corner waa tho mystery. I hadn't learned to Landing of tho Pilgrims." Walter had analyxo tho effect of homo surround-Ing- a Just finished drying tho dishes and bringing tho wood, and had seated on study. Ono night, whllo on my way to himself, faco to tho wall tor solid tho creek for a swim, I stopped to study. Ho Joined otk these boys to Join me. They me, however for tho were both trying to study, but, oh, swim, and, together, wo called for tho difference! Watson, whoso richer parents lived Walter's folks wero poor, but hto farther down tho road. Tho living mother had that art ot making "much room at Watson's waa dirty, gloomy of llttlo." Tho room waa spotlessly and smelly, no window curtains, no clean, tho two little windows hung flowors, no pictures, no family books, with dainty, fresh, whlto curtains. but a crumpled edition ot a Sunday (Cost, probably, twenty cents.) Tho Sporting Newspaper scattered round furnlturo waa very plain, but In the tho room. A big foul smelling spitcorner ot tho room waa a llttlo homo toon was about tho only ornament. made stand, Walter'a own for study. Watson, untidy, ot course waa loungIt was covered with clean, plain ing around first on a chair and then wrapping paper, and held hla few tContinurd on I'lfth rate) Two boys, Watson and Walter attended tho samo old Bush School, at at tho name desk, had tho en mo teacher, samo classes, aamo games at recess, used tho same text hooka. Walter was always at tho head of tho class, neat In appearance, clothes collar ahoea ' polished, brushed, CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE criminality. The Sunday School may be good but it offers a poor substitute for parental training. It may supplement the parental precept but it has little to offer for the daily and hourly the seven days of the week parental example. And so of the church and the day school. And the parents who leave to others the training of their children in manners and conduct not only confess to their willingness that they shall not be trained, but they rob themselves of their own highest privilege (he chief motive for living and living uell. What stronger incentive to struggle and to endure hardships than the to livo and be cherished in the memory of one's children! A gentleman recently looked upon the face of his. father as be de-sir- Then what of the bad manners, the vulgarity, the profanity shocking profanity of the children, littlo bojs and big boys, that we see and meet on the streets! They are lights not side lights white lights on the homes. They proclaim thecbiidren orphans moral orphans. There are many such orphans in, in well, in Berea. Where can parents ever find justification for the neglect of their children f There is no justification; there can be none. It is not enough to feed them and clothe them. It is not enough to give them a place to sleep. If they have any right to exist, they have the same right to proper training iu conduct. It is their dearest heritage something that parents have no right to delegate to others. They cannot delegate this obligation to their children this their supreme duty without confessing their own shame and disgrace, without FAMILIAR LETTER FROST FROM PRES'T NEWS 0FTHE WEEK o lay in his coffin. "How like a soldier ho looks," he said. Then after thinking a moment he continued, "He was a soldier, be always stood up for every thing that was right and good he fought for it. I am glad his blood is in my veins." That tribute of the son was worth an eternity of toil on the part ot the father. That father will lire in the son. The son is an orphan now but he is not and never wub a moral orphan. A woman with several children and an invalid husband was struggling with the problem of food, clothing, schooling and doctors' bills in a large school town. Keeping boarders was her only means of driving death and the wolf from the door. And she was about to lose out in the struggle, for her courage was about gone. One day when the seeming hopelessness of her situation was unusually oppressive she unburdened her heart to one of her boarders and closed her sorrowful story with the following question: "Do you think life is worth living?" "Yes," was the insufficient response. "Well, I've about concluded that it isn't." The young man in relating the incident later said that he did not tell the woman that God is in heaven and that he would take care other. He didn't think that would do much good. He thought sho needed a present and unselfish incentive. And this was his appeal: "Do you love your children?" "Of course I do." "Don't you think they are worth living for? Will not the assurance of a cherished place in their memory and the knowledge that by your struggles you have made their lot easier be ample reward for IN .(ludy. FIRST PAOE Editorial. News of Week. In Our Own Stato. Familiar Letter from Pres. Frost. Dr. Pearsons, tho Bclentlflc Giver, Surroundings upon ot luonco OUR M STATE SECOND PAGE General News. 8tato Fair a llecord breaker. Sunday School Lesson. THIRD PAGE Stato News. Corner for tho Juniors. Sermon Locals. on Money. FOURTH PAGE FIFTH PAGE Intensive Farming. Homo Buttormaklng. SIXTH PAGE Continued Story. Modtclnal Value of Pokowecd. Fine Impression Made by O'Rear In Glascow Speech Forced Harmony In Democratic Ranks George Rogtermlned effort to bo harmonious ers Olark to be Honored by Stat since, their Platform Convention, but Typhoid Epidemic Threatened In with such tremendous differences to Louisville. reconcllo It Is plainly Been to bo only half hearted harmony, Watter-so- n, MONUMENT TO PIONEER defeated In the convention, has A bill passed the United Stat 'a according to his declaration," shoulder-o- d 0 Sonato, tho ISth, appropriating hla gun to march In tho rear, to erect a monument to Gen. Geo. Rogers Clark In Jefferson County, but It la as a disturber. Kentucky. Tho oxact alto Is to l TYPHOID EPIDEMIC aolected by a commlttoo of which Louisville, is confronted with an President Taft is a member. epidemic of typhoid, says tho City Board of Health, and old wells and INHARMONOUS HARMONY Tho Democrats aro making a do-- springs, aro blamed not tho city 50,-00- your trials?" "Yes, yes! I see. I ought to be happy in my struggles and I shall be," waa her rply. And she was. The true worth of life had been pointed out to her. Her children were no longer orphans moral orphans. She began to bo a mother to them on that very day. water which is filtered and examined dally for Impurities. Twenty eight cases with six deaths In 17 days Is tho record. JUDGE O'REAR AT GLASGOW If crowds and enthuslam at the beginning of tho campaign aro any Indication of tho result, things already look good for tho Republicans. Judge O'Rear was greeted by largo throngs from Barren and adjoining counties at Glasgow, Monday, and fearlessly set forth his claims which met with tho hearty approval of his hearers. Temperance Notes. SEVENTH PAGE Topics and Notes on Horticulture. Better prospects for Business. EIGHTH PAGE Kastern Kentucky Nows. FURN WELCH'S I TUR Dr. Pearsons, a Specialist In Giving The Adjournment of Congress with How He Discovered Berea Has the President as the Victor StateGiven to Other Mountain Schools. hood for Arizona and New Mexico Dr. Wiley on Top In the InvestigaIn a former letter I traced Dr. tion. English Labor Strike Ended. Pearson's history to the time when he was Bevcnty, and began his new CONGRESS ADJOURNS career as a giver. He had been a The special session of Congress generous man before, but from that adjourned, Tuesday at 3 p. m., after ttmo on he made giving his business. having approved the only measure r. At for which it was called The ReciIn this he was a that time the world bad not heard ot procity Agreement with Canada. In Rockefeller, or Carnegie, or Mrs. Sage this the President appears as the Thero were probably no Instances ot victor. With a Democratic House, men who had made a business of giv- and a Republican, Insurgent, Demoing. Pcabody had made soma very cratic senate, ho succeeded In getting large Individual benefactions, but Dr. Reciprocity, all he wanted. Whllo the Pearsons was the first to devote Democrats and Insurgents combined years to the study of the needs of were- not able to pass over his veto the world, and the best use ot mon the cotton schedule or the wool schedey for making God's Kingdom Come. ule, both low tariff measures InaugHo decided, first of all, to give his urated by tho Democratic majority, money himself, and not merely to it is, true this Congress investigathand it out to whoever came for it. ed or ordered an investigation of He could not spend his time examln- - everybody and everything from the Bell Boy to tho Steel Trust, but llttlo was accomplished by this beyond providing notoriety for certain members of Congress. New Mexico and Arizona became states, without the recall of Judges feature of the Arlzonla Constitution. And this is all- ARIZONA & NEW MEXICO With the passing of this Congress, and in this good year of 1911, and after certain formalities are attended to, two new states will be added to the Union New Mexico and Arizona. The Arizona constitution contained all the new features ot all the so called progressive states, Including the recall of Judges. PresiDR. PEARSONS dent Taft objected to this feature the of the constitution and vetoed admitting tho log cases of need, and every small Joint resolution first two states. Congress then passed a calamity In tho neighborhood. If be admitting theso states was to do good In a large way, he resolution J must concentrate on largo, things. without this feature. The President's reasoning against the recall of the Ho could not bo a judge of a thouJudges appears to be reasonable. sand matters, and he determined to I And Judges must be independent. become a specialist on somo ono thing thoy cannot bo independent and subHe choso Christian education. IIo ject to recall upon tho petition of doclded that the best way to give dismoney so as to do much goood and 25 per cent ot tho voters In the trict. And yet thero are still some peollttlo harm, was to help young peoplo who think that It is better to ple to help themselves to an educaJudges and uso it tion, and thus add to the number ot have tho recall of occasionally than that the money in people In tho world who would have should control the generous Impulses and good princip- terests of the state Judges. les. By Christian education he could DR. WILEY ON TOP ralso up armies ot good people, and thoy would do tho rest toward making The champion of Puro Food for the world what it ought to be. all tho people, Dr. Wiley, Is In a He mado bis beginning at Belolt fair way to win out, although much College which he had socn at a dishampered in his work by assistants, tance years boforo when the driver over whom ho has little control, as told him It was being founded Dy well as by his superior, Secretary Wil(Continued on Fifth Ftgc) son, over whom he has no control. Tho investigating of hla affairs by a committee of the Congress has clarified tho situation and shown Dr. Wiley, In the main, to bo right, and his opponents wholly In the path-make' E wrong. Tho people who have Impure food and drugs to sell would glvo millions to have this man removed from his office. ENGLISH STRIKE The great Labor Strike which involved the whole ot Industrial England, practically tying up all the foreign commerce, Is ended but upon Just what terms Is hard to understand from tho press dispatches. But thero Is to bo arbitration real or the and substantial arbitration labor men will strike again. From an Amorlcon standpoint the whole affair has Boomed "much ado about nothing," but to our British cousins it has assumed vast Importance, almost bringing on Civil War and for a difference ot 2 or 3 hours In a week's labor, or a matter ot 60 cents additional per week for labor. Education and Government. FEATURES FOR NEXT WEEK Familiar letter from Prea Frost. Memories of my Boyhood. More ot Prof. Robortson's Historical Gleanings. Smut on Wheat and Its Treatment. Damage done by the Hessian Fly. Virtue That Command Success. Vigilance in watching opportunity; tact and daring In selling upon opportunity; force and persistence In crowding opportunity to Its utmost of posmarsuc- The happiest couples, in the world are the ones who buy their Furniture at Welch's. We have the best looking line of Furniture, Rugs, Carpets and Wall Paper in Madison County. sible achievement these are the tial virtues which must command cess. Phelps. "and Save the Difference" Pare Two THE CITIZEN Aust 24, A 1911 A family newspaper for all that la right true cr.il Interesting. The Citizen at BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Incorporated) I BRITAIN'S ADMIRAL TOGO IN WASHINGTON RECORD BREAKER Review of the "Published every Thursday Berro. Ky STRIKE ENDED Government's Hand Effects Meeting for Negotiations SECRETARY PERRY M. 8HY BAYS KENTUCKY STATE FAIR WILL BE RECORD BREAKER. New Secretary Is an Enthusiast and a Worker and Hla Efforts Seem About to be Crowned With Kingdom of Judah SsW.y ScWel Leiie for Sett. 3, Mil SpsclaBy A rr trued for ThU riper J. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. Subacriplion Rates TATADUD IN ADVANCE. , Oni year , Blx Month Throe Month Band money by rort-Afllo- OOt.DKN TBXT. "Depart from evil and do rood; seek peace, and pursue It" -l- 'sii. 14:11. .....tl.M ...tt n THOUSANDS RESUMETHEIR WORK M Last Day Marked By Riot and Blood shed In Wales Trades Unionism Wins Out "No Prejudice" Idea In eluded In the Return to Work. London. "The Joint committee has settled tho strike. Victory for trades unionism. All men must return to work Immediately." This telegram, dispatched to tbo 1,800 branches of tho railway union throughout tho country, tells tho story of tho sudden and dramatic ending to 0 real Britain's spectacular strike. Wave of Relief. A tremendous wavo of relief swept over England wheu at 11 o'clock an nouncement was made from tho board 8uccett. which Louisville. In everything goes tn make a stnto fair ot quality and quantity sufilclent to nrouso enthusiasm and commendation tho coming Kentucky exposition, which begins Monday, September 11, and last The principal characters and th leading events of theso Bible lesson should bo Impressed on tho memory a Honey Order, Draft, HorI stored Letter, or ne and two cent auunps. Tlx date after your nam on bib) chows to what date ywur subscription la aid. It It la not rtmncd wttbln tbre weeks tiler renewal notify us. aliasing numbers will be gladly vupptled U we tra nodded. Fin premiums cheap, with new and prompt ronowol. Bend for Premium List. Liberal terms given to any on who obtain now subscriptions for us. Any one ending us four yearly sirascrlrtkmi can reoedve The Cltlxen freo for himself for ant year. Advertising rate on appVcatloTX or Express MEMimn or until Saturday, September 1C, Inclusive, promise to bo a distinct success. No features In the way of agricultural exhibits havo been overlooked, tbo amusements provided aro alt high nnd moral, tho musical program cin wilt delight all lovers of music, tbo horse show will bo the greatest ever seen In Kentucky, and tho comfort aud lonvcnlcuce of tho guests will be looked after lu n way which In certain to satisfy them. The Mate, fair will bo opened at 11 o'clock by Col. M. ot nil. Tblo should bo done In such a way as: To show wbat wcro lho marked characteristics ot each person, tho relation of each person to tho courso of tho history, tbo relation ot each event to tho movement of tho history, tho bearing ot each person and event on tbo progress of tho world toward tho dtvlno Goal, tho coming of the kingdom of God, tho principles which each one seta forth clearly to shed light upon the path of life and progress today. Rchoboam. KBIfTUCKT PIUS86 ASBOCIATTOT. ' - been nettled. Tho of trade that the railway strike had C Rankin, coinml first year of tho kingdom. Bad Ad vice. Folly. Threw away flrc-siiof hi kingdom. Event Division of the kingdom. Asa. Third king. B. O. 862 twenty-flra- t year of kingdom. Reformer. Proiperou kingdom. Event. Great tb First king, B. C. 982 revival 921 ot religion. Vacations are now ,tho regular order of business Unhappy the man who baa no rear porch to sleep on. One way to keep tlmo from flying Is to watch the clock. Aviators arc not considered good surablo propositions. ID' If a girl bas pretty teeth sbo can appreciate a good Joke. Ono way to tell a woman's age is to read It on bcr tombstone. ter out Don't be stingy. Set a basin ot In the yard for the birds. wa- The man who left $3,000 to a parrot didn't leservo to lmvo so much money. According to milliners, bats will be lower next season, but not cheaper we are sura. Think of tbe suffering that would .ensuo If tho electric fan crop should be a failure Hot weather advice Do not Blap your neighbor on the back. He may be sunburned A comfortable bank account Is a mighty bandy thing to have wben summer comes. Frogs will never become bousebold pets even If tbey do consume great quantities of house flies. It la a cold day when a new aeroplane record Is not set, and this is an unusually warm summer. A man, saved California from drowning, gave a dime to bis rescuer, It was a good dime, however. Tbe tale that $160,000 worth of am hcrgrls was found In 'a whale the other day Is quite a flsb story. Unfortunately thero are men who continue to insist on running motor boats without first learning bow. killed recently yielded How $160,000 worth of ambergris. tnurb Is your value In elbowgrls? A while Youth wins again. A New York woman was courted by two brothers aged 76 and S3. She accepted 76. There wouldn't be much money In tbo tale of mirrors that would enablo us to see ourselves as others eeo us. And now the doctors say water Is It u good thing to drink at meals. is good to drink at any hour of tbe day. Chicago announces the Invention of "a safety txblo knife." Chicago no doubt feels the need of such a de- vice An Indianapolis horse was blown to bits by an Ice machine, saya an exchange. Wby not "blown to cbuuks?" Scientists fell us that tbe winters f the future will bo warmer. All of wblcb affords us llttlo consolation In summer. A woman In Boston gave a "divorce dlnnor" to her friends. Divorce, from being a social peril. Is now a social function, The women In I'arls, according to u leading fashion journal, are dress-raad- . Ours, wo preuume, are Just dress-peeved- cabinet had been working night and day slnco tbe strike threat' ened to arrange a compromise. Most of tho credit for tho ultimate bucccbs of their efforts appears to rest on the shoulders of Chancellor Lloyd George, who, Is his statements to parliament and in an Interview with the managers HIS ACTS and the men, worked for conciliation DEFENDS when all others of tho Interested par ties seemed to havo abandoned hope of a peaceful settlement. Tho men claim a Victory for union COLONEL SAYS MOTIVE OF 8TEEL Ism. As a result of the settlement sol' MERGER OF NO CONCERN dters --posted at strategical railway TO HIM. points about he country will be with drawn. Thero is no doubt that tbe affray at EFFECTIVE COURSE Lianelly, Wales, In which the troops HOLDS red on a mob, killing two men and wounding two others, had much Influence in ending the strike. Tho former President Declares Tennessee liberal government had almost its ex Deal 8aved Common People Mis istence at stako because, of the strike, ery and Suffering Explains Testi as it depends on the working classes mony Before Committee. for power. New York.-r;- ln an article In tbe TWO CYCLONES COME TOGETHER Outlook under the headline. "The Steel Corporation and tbe Panic of 1907," former President Roosevelt dis North Dakota a Target for Storm- s- cusses his recent appearanco before Two Persons Known Dead, Sevtho congressional committee Investieral Injured While Property gating the steel corporation, repeating Loss Goes High. tbe written statement, be then presented and after dealing with some Fargo, N. D. Reports of a tornadc of tbe lines ot Inquiry and his reIn Bottineau county, show tbat.at least sponses he saya: one man was killed and 40 persons In "Most of the questions dealt with jured. matters not of sufilclent moment to Twenty-fou- r persons are reported warrant allusion to them here. Many Injured In a tornado that struck Ant of them were as to what my belief ler. The property .riss Is said to bo waa concerning the motives of the large. steel corporation people In acquiring Olaf Leo Is dead, and his wlfo and tbo Tennessee Coal and Iron combaby aro In a critical condition as the pany's property; to which, of course. result of a storm, almost of cyclonic ay answer waa that It was not my proportions, which visited tbe vicinity business, and neither was It In my ot McClusky. power to scacb the hidden domain of It is reported that two tornados motive, and that ray action was conHeavy ditioned, not upon wbat I believed to came together at Sherwood. property loss Is reported at Sherwood, be the motives actuating tbe steel Loralne, Mohal and Sourls. At Sourls corporation, but upon the belief that one person was killed. Tbe tall end tbe action which they proposed taking of ono of the tornadoes smoto Wlnnl would be. enormously to the beneflt of pan, across the border, doing some tbe community at large at that pardamage. ticular moment. Reports are that property in Sas "Whether tho chief motive for their katchewan and Manitoba suffered In action was a deslro to absorb tho LTenncsseo Coal and Iron company, or varying degrees. whether their chief motive was to Two More Stars In the Flag. save the threatened New York firm Washington. The president will from failure, and thereby stop tbe sign tho bills erecting tbo territories panic, was of no concern to me. "That both motives were In their of New Mexico and Arizona Into full fledged states. Arizona and New Mex- minds I thought possible and now ico havo been knocking at the door thing possible. Wbat was the prefor many years. New Mexico was so dominant motive was of no conseconfident away back In 1850 that she quence. My concern was that the acactually elected two United State tion should be taken and the situation saved In the Interests ot tbo people senators. of tbe United States. One of tbe questions put to ma In Burled In a Mine. Hlbbing, Minn. Twelve men were dicated disbelief, or, to be moro acburled under hundreds ot tons of rock curate, perhaps I should say that It nnd earth when a cave-ioccurred In. was meant to bo understood as Indicating djabellef that tho action the Buffalo and Susquehanna open-pi- t mine. More than 100 ot the miners' taken waa really efficient In stopping coworkers are working to reach the the panic. The action taken was. In the only action that ImprlGoned men, and aro themselves my Judgment, In danger of death through another could stop' tbe panic, and It moct cer tainly waa of enormous, and In all Hilda human probability of decisive. Influ ence In actually stopping it." Swam the Golden Gate. San Francisco. Hazel Laugeuour, SUES- - WIFE HAINS 19, Just out of tho University ot Cali- CAPTAIN fornia, swam tho Golden Gato and In the absence of history to the con- Slayer of W. E. Annls Start Divorce trary she Is tho first woman who ever Victim in Suit Name crossed the mile ot water between Ft. Court Action. Point and Lime Point. Nw York. Prom behind the bar Noted Lecturer Killed. In Sing Sing Capt. Peter C. Haln. Jr.. Boston. Gamaliel Bradford, n re army officer and Inventor, ha begun tired, banker, well known throughout hi battle for freedom against bla tho country for bin writings and lec beautiful wife, Claudia llalns, for love tures on governmental topics, and ot it whom he ehot and killed hi former the eighth generation In descent from friend, William K. Aiinla, at the Bay Gov, Bradford, of tbo Plymouth' col- side Yacht club three year ago. ony, was struck by a trolley car, dying The victim of tbe tragedy I named In of a fractured skull shortly afterwurd. tbe action started at Brooklyn. 11 n WAIHIN4T0N IT AX WILEY RULE REVERSED OVERRULED BY BOARD IN SYRUP CASE DECISION. Offered Money by Manufacturer Make Ruling Favorable to AV eSSBBBBBBBiL .gssA Bsssn SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBn t Fourth king, B, C. year or kingdom. Strong character. General, successful, religious. Events. Intellectual, moral and religious progress. Suffered from bad alllanco with Jezebel. Moab-lt- e Jcboshaphat tlxty-aecon- atone. .VJSjMSJpft Jm. SBBBBsl to Their Product Washington. That three of Presicabinet officers Cortelyou, Straus and Wilton sitting as a board of review, had reversed the government's ruling against the Corn Product company was the assertion ot Dr. 11. W. Wiley as a witness In hi own behalf. PERRY M. SHY, Tbe caie was that of the Corn ProdSecretary Kentucky State Fair. ucts company, whose right to apply the name of "corn syrup" to glucose sloner of agriculture, who will htart the bureau of chemistry and the board the wheel going at that hour. From ot food and drug Inspection had de- that time on the fun, frolic nnd edunied. cational feature will absorb attention Doctor Wiley testified that when until the gatcri close on Saturday the bureau and the board had agreed night Tho Kentucky state fair thU that tbe name was a misapplication year will be more of an educational the corporation bad offered money to Institution than ever. Kxperts from chemists to raako affidavits that "corn Washington will Instruct tbe visitors proper descrlptlou. as to tho most scientific method ot syrup" was Shortly afterward, he declared, tbe using Insecticide and the sprayer, lu board of three cabinet officers Sec- making healthy fruit growing trees, retary of the Treasury Cortolyou. Sec- Tbe model school building will bo In retary of Commerce and Labor Straus charge of experienced educators who and Secreary of Agriculture Wilson-- set will havo the children In attendance aside tbe decision and sustained participate In "model lesanns" of tbe the contention of tbe corporation kind practiced dally In the school That ruling be added, still stands. room. testimony Doctor In opening hi Tho children who abow tho most Wiley placed In evidence the letter aptitude will he rewarded by premiums written by Secretary Wilson on April In tho way of encouragement. The 24. 1907, notifying him of tbe apiolnt-men- t boys' corn cluba will attract hundreds of Doctor Runlap a associate of futuro farmers, who will display the chemist. This la the letter which work of their own hands and brains, Doctor Wiley Interpreted as giving and each will profit by tbe experiences Doctor Dunlap authority greater than of the other whether he wins a prize his own. or not Tho studenta' Judging contest, In which young men under 25 years TAFT SHIFTS MANY CONSULS of ago wl.l be permit tod to show tholr skill In Judging nve stock, will bo anGeorge Horton, Formerly ef Chicago, other big feuturo with a hcbolarshlp In the state univeraity, offered by Named Consul General at 8myrna dent Roosevelt' Make Many Nominations. w Several bad ruler. Jehoram, Aha slab. A th all ah. Introduction of Baal worship. Templo desecrated. Decllno In morals nnd prosperity. Joash. Eighth king, B. C. year of kingdom. The bad king. Good so long a under good advisers. Events. Templo restored, nnd It worship. Black obelisk. Twelfth king. B. C 73S Anas. year of two hundred and forty-fiftAssyrian tho kingdom. Event. rorno In coutact with Palestine. Dial ot Ahaz. Isaiah prophesying. Heieklab. Thirteenth king, B. C. 723 two hundred nnd sixtieth year of the kingdom. Good, religious, active Washington. President Taft sent to tbe senate n largo number of diplomatic and consular nominations. named consul general it Copenhagen. John F. "Jewel! and Mtltnn It. Kirk of Illinois are to be consuls, the former at Vladivostok, the latltr at Manxanlllo, Mexico. Willing Hpencer of Pennsylvania to be secretary ot the embassy at Uerlln, Arthur 11. Frailer, Pennsylvania, to be reennd eetrctary of the embassy at Vi enna; decree C. Harler, New York, to be secretary of the legation at Montevideo. Roger H. Green. Uasstchuselta. to bo consul general at Hankow, China, John C. KehL Ohio, to be consul at Falonlst, Turkey: William C MagelSMn. Minne sota, to be consul tt UelKiurne, Australia; aeorge 11. Mcfloojan, Indiana, to be consul at Georgetown, Guiana j Albert W Pontius, Minnesota, to bo consul at Ualny, Manchuria. Alexander Ilelntart-tier- . Ohio, to be consul at l.lege, lMgtum; .Adulph A. Williamson. District of Columbia, to be consul st Antung, China. CZAR Oeorgw Horton. formerly of Cltlftco. I mad comul general at Smyrna. Turkey. KJwIn D. Wlnslow of Illinois hat betn GREETS CURTIS GUILD Re- Nw Ambassador to Rula I ceived In Audience by Em- peror Nichols. Curtis St. Petersburg, Russia. Jr., tbe newly appointed ambassador from tbe United State to Russia In succession to William W. Rockbill, waa received In audience by Emperor Nicholas at the palace at Peterbof. Mr. Guild waa accompanied by all tbe member of (he staff ot the American embassy, who were also received by hi majeety. Guild, . Washington. The farm of seventy In Massachuof all field crops grown value per setts run away, to get married. It Is In 1910 In acre United States was apcertulnly rcmarkablo how well Cupid proximatelytho $10.47, as Just cstlmuted keeps His youth. by the department of agriculture. This Is a decrease ot 99 cents from last The housefly bas to keep busy averago life Is but three year, wheu the rverage was $11.40 In lta weeks. It should be swatted while It acre. la vety young. Patent Medicine. .Export. Nearly Washington. $7,000,000 If big league baseball scouts know their business tbey will keop a watch- worth of "patent medicines" wero ex. ful .eye on the Texas youth who. baa ported from tb United State In tbo past year. wotted 184,000 ''.' A couplu . Farm Value Per Acre. average Pop Much Better. Quantrell In a Reunion. Blue Spring, Mo. In a grove, on Rome. The physicians found the the outsklrt of tbl town the dead-I- t pope with a normal temperature sod dwindling troop of survivor of otherwise Improved, and accordingly, the Quantrell hand of guerrillas, the for tbe first time lnc bl Mines serious, permitted a departure famous border fighters of Civil war day, held their annual reunion. from a liquid diet They ordered rice and cblcken. Boy Shoot and Kill Slttsr. Jacksonville, 111. Whllo playing Cholera In a Garrltoni revolver, Frank )ih a Pari. Tbe Pari Midi la authority Robertson, aged, seven yean, ion of for a report that sixty soldiers at the Mr. and Mr. Walter Robertson, acci- Marseille garrison have been placed dentally killed ht tlc'.er Rlnrta. aged In lho hospital a suspected cholera o three "year pUDt district societies and any number ot these havo been arranged through Smith T. llulluy, chairman ot the conventions nnd excursions committee. The convention tent this year will be located Just to the east of the main entrance An Information tent will bn an Innovation, A nursery and woman's rest room will be additional' features. Rankin, to tttlmulato thm in their work. The homo show vlll attract those Interested lu the breeding of mich animals as Kentucky Is fa mous for. Tho swlno pens will contain hundred of pedigreed hogx worth n fortune In real money. Tho beet nnd dairy cattlo exhibits are expected to bring out tho bent In this nnd adjoining states, as thousands of dollars In premiums havo becu of fered. Poultry, a llvo subject at nil times, will bo discussed by the raisers present find experts will tell how to get the heat results from poultry farms. Tho women's department Is expected to prove a big success this year Judging from tho number and chaructcr ot entries being made. Tho Held, seed nnd grain department, dear to tho huart of tho farmer, will demonstrate this year the superiority of tho agricultural sections of tho state. Vegetables nud melon will como la for a big share ot attention. Ono exhibit In which great Interest Is expected to bo manifested will bo that of tho mulo foot hogs, a curiosity In tho swlno clnaB. As soon as tho executive department bad provided premiums for this class cntrlos began coming lu. Ohio bas several breeders who glvo exclusive attention to tho mule foot species and Uteso will contest. The mulo root bog I ono with-otho cloven hoof; II'h foot Is shnpml like that of a mule. No extra ndmlsslon fee will bo charged to tho burse show at night The big freo acta dally will bo numerous and worth seeing. Machinery hull hns been enlarged for this year. Tho man with a m chaulcal turn ot mind, and thero are few farmer who are not Interested In mechanics, will learn much there. Tho convention tent will afford an opportunity for gatherings of statu or ut refonurr. Taylor cylinder. Events. Fall ot Samaria end of Israel. Dc atructlnn of Sennacherib wide extended revival. Life prolonged IS years In answer to prayer. Manaiseh. Fourteenth king, II. C. 634 two hundred and eighty-nintyear of the kingdom. The bad king-suff- ered captivity changed Ilfo. Event. Assyrian domination partial reformation. 638 Joslah. 8xteenth king. B, year of three hundred and forty-fiftkingdom. Youthful consecration, cleansing of temple, widespread revival. Events. Finding tho book ot tho law. Bible study, Jeremiah. Jrholaklm. Eighteenth king. B. C C07 threo hundred and ovcnty-lxtyear of tbo kingdom. Weak, ricked, defiant of God. Events. Burns the bock of Jeremlth. Beginning of the captivity. Nebuchadnezzar besiege Jerusalem. Daniel carried to Babylon o The second captivity began at of hla reign when many captive were carried to Babylon, with his son. King Jcholachln. Zcdckiah. Twentieth and last king. H. C. Weak and falso to hi agreement. Event. Jeremiah Im prisoned. At tho closo of hi reign Jerusalem and tbo templo wcro by Nebuchadnezzar, and tho end of the kingdom of Judah camo In B. C. C$0, offer 337 year of existence. Thero wcro thrco deportations by Nebuchadnezzar: 1. Tho fourth year cf Jcholaklm, Daniel, etc 2. 10,000 at the cloto of hi rclgn. 3. 4, COO In tho thrco deportation of tho final cam- - . h a the-clos- C9C-3S- travel, and tho situation ot Palcstlno between tho two world powers; Jerusalem being off on side from tho routes between the other two. Thl I tbo key to the situation. Note, In thl history, what wero the things that urged or attracted the nation to the downward course. What was tho esieutlal element that would have enabled tho nation to movo upward to true succee and character. No nation and no Individual can at tain tho highest good from life without supreme consecration to God, a lofty Ideal and a holy enthusiasm In tho service of God nod man. Trace In the history what God did for tho pcopla to Implro and move them to tbe upward course, as prophets, written crlpturcs, revivals, prosperity, rewards of obedience. What obstacles lid God put In the way ot tho down ward courso of tho nation and put them In thn war of sinners today; aa warnings, adversity, lottos. Tbo rite and fall of Israel Is a picture of what I going on continuity among Individual. Tho whole courio of tho history I a magic mirror In which ilnncrs may sco there naive. On tho hank of the Niagara river, a sign board boars tbl startling legend, 'Past Redemption Point,' because It I believed In the neighborhood that nothing can pass that point and escape destruction. Ono day a vrtiel wa being towed across the, river when the hawser broke and ho trifled helplessly down stream, In full lew of the horrified thousands on the shore. Just a she reached Past Re demption point a breeze sprang up. all atts were set and she escaped. The wind of God mercy blew upon the Ilcbrtw ship of state, but no salla 'rcro ?ct, and the was engulfed. -- palgn. Gcorgruphy. Study tho map for tho three kingdoms Involved. Egypt, Palestine. Assyria, tbo great routes of Auguti 24, 1911 t& fXk THE CITIZEN Am Paj(e TkrM id fXi iXa fSk fXk & tfk tk fc b tSk jfi FERRIS WHEEL BREAKS DOWN Quo Young Lady Falls REUNION ENOS. OIRL OF ELEVEN A MOTHER. Morgan's Men Depart From Parks Hill To Meet Next In Lexington. Cornerof (Junions fAtamrfa- eJevn- Jits Cid 9ie Hifnie4 n 46; UC Jane. "Ifdft nTK.sn. rA7 , UKa nT- fl fU h"ew hew Tto tYi,. J From thoxTopmost Car SUIT A weighing nlno pounds. Tho mother Is only 11 years old and will not bo 12 until October. Mother nnd baby doing well. Calvert City, Probably tho youngest mother In Kontucky Is Mrs. Den Thomas. Mrs. Thomas gave birth to a girl SETBACK FOR SCHOOLS Fatal Powder Blait In Nelson County NC'TED SUFFRAOETTES TO SPEAK. Road Building Continual Through out the State Lexington MisArrangements Being Made for Nataken For Capital of tional Convention In Louisville. Kentucky, Louisville. Suffragettes who nre making arrangements for tho National Woman's Suffrago convention, to be held In this city, October 1925, havo been notified that Miss Mary Johnston, the novelist, ot Richmond, Va., nnd Mrs. Donald It-- Hockcr, ot flaltlmore, who gained wldo popularity among the advocates of woman's suffrage by financing the legal procedure In the low, nuu susiainca prouauiy raiai in- repeal ot Clause 79 ot tho Page bill, juries. Misses Ethel Harvln and Lucy will address tho gathering. Htout jumped when they realltcd the Mrs. Laurn Clay, of Lexington, pres impending danger and both wero pain ident ot tho Stato Suffrage associafolly Injured. Other passenger clung tion, Is auditor ot tho national body. Among tho things arranged for the to rodsand were rescued uninjured. Three young women were seriously Injured and a largo party ot visitors to the Nicholas county fair hail narrow escapes when n serious accident happened to tlio Ferris wheel. A bolt In the apparatus broko and Mine Mary Hay, who occupied the top most carriage nt tho lime ot tho nc G'iirllsln. WILL SEE STATUE Gen. John B. Cattleman TO HIMSELF. entertainment ot tho visitors are trips to the Lincoln farm and Mammoth cave. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. Potltlon. It In a Unique Georgetown. The nnnusl meeting loulsvlllo. Tho statue ot (Jen. John Teachers Institute, II. Cattleman, which la to stand In ot the Klkhorn composed of tho counties of Scott, Cherokee park, wilt be erected by ot IjOuIsvllle through popular Franklin, Jessamine and Woodford, subscription ot $1G,000, ns an appre was heli nt Georgetown, beginning ciation of (Sen. Castleman ns n citizen August 31, and continuing five days. Superintendent True, of Scott coun and a friend. It will be erected during Hie life ty, wrote to the superintendents In the time of the mnn who Inspire It, In other counties, urging thnt a full at stead of many years after ho Is dead. tendance bo bad. The law requires He will havo tho unlue eaperlenre ot that every teachor shall attend these Institutes each year, no there were no his own statque unveiled. Furthermore, the statue will be that schools taught In tho counties menof it soldier, who, after being banished tioned during tho week beginning Aufrom ihe United States. "Never to gust 21, Thero wero about 17G teachreturn," been mo n general In tlio Uul-tp- ers In attendance nnd a successful meeting. Prof. IL M. Shlpp and Miss States army, Tho Castleman statue will be mod' Ramsey, of Winchester, were tho Incled by II. Illnton Perry, ot New York, structors for tho Institute. nnd will show (Jen. Cattleman mount cd on "Carolina," thu superb mare, BOY'S HARROWING EXPERIENCE. which he offered to pit against an Madlsonvllle. Vclma Moore, 15, had Arabian horse In a match ncross thu a narrow escape nnd a remarkablo country, In 1907. experience with an Infuriated young bull. Young Mooro was driving cows INJUNCTION GRANTED. home when tbrco strango bulls, two young nnd ono old, appeared on the Sardls Precinct of Mason County May scene. Not Have New Sehool. Ono of tho anlmnls butted tho boy for some distance, and each tlmo the Mayavlllc. The Injunction suit of boy tried to get up tho animal would K. II Hcrndon ct nl. against C. II. lower his head nnd charge him. He Collins, to mstrnln.tho latter from car might havo reached a fence nearby, rying Into effect tho organization ot a but n blow from the animal nnd tho xntded school In the Sands precinct, fall broke ono of his legs. was mado- temporary by Circuit Judge His life was doubtless saved by tho Newell. The order restrains the de- old bull rushing up nnd goring the fendants from organizing tho graded young one away until tho boy's cries schools, enjoins (hern from levying ?0 for help' attracted cttentlon. rents tax on taxable property nnd a t per capita tax on all adult male resSTAB WOUNDS FATAL. idents In said district They are also restrained from selling or disposing ot Lexington. John McLean, who was tho school property. stabbed by Nelson Messer, died of his Tim suit Is tho result ot the election wounds. Me3scr, who had been In hidheld last May, when voters decided ing since he cut McLean last Sunday, to organlzo a graded school and to was located and arrested. levy a tax for building purposes. Hcrndon alleges the election was Illegal, Milton, Having received notice honco tho sulu Sentiment Is pretty from tho postolllco department that an ovenly divided on the subject In the order had been issued granting a leave district. This Is tho first stoback to ot absenco of live days to third nnd consolidated schools In this county. fourth-claspostmasters ot Kentucky, Postmaster John R. Inglls, president APKIN8 ADMITS (2UILT. ot tho Kentucky stato lcaguo of post masters, has called a convention of Lexington.-Dotectlvo Honry llakcr tho league to bo held In Louisville Ocarrived here from Richmond, Ind., tober 3 nnd 4. with I'ctcr Paul Apklns, charged with bigamy In having married In May last CATTLE AND HOG SALE. Elizabeth Young, who died hero and Apklns vrns burled at Nlcholasvllle. Guthrie. The nnnual sale of Ton- admitted that ho had married Mrs. ncsseo and Kentucky llcrkshlro thor llertha Color In Paris, 111., nnd said ho oughbred hogs and Jersey cattle.usual- had deserted her when ho learned ly held at Cumberland Park, Nashthat tho had an undlvorcod husband at ville, Tenn., will be hold at Guthrie Columbus, Ind. He believed, ho said, this year. The dato for tho sale that this annulled his tnarrlago and Is August 24 and the reason for tho left him freo to marry Miss Young. change Is that tho pens at tho fair clt-ixe- slng s i newspaper column report ed tho other day thirty cases ot drowning In places many miles apart arid under conditions as diverso aa possible. The"y wero not suicides, strictly speaking, although the moral responsibility is not greatly different In some ot the cases. It Is a mild state ment that In more than one Instance the fatallyy was not necessary, says the fatality wns not necessary, says cases wero pathetic, some surprising ly so. Young women died clasped In each other's arms, playmates died try ing to rescuo each other, nnd thero woro ono or two cases ot real accl dent through falling unexpectedly Into water under conditions preventing rescuo or escape. With tho thermometer whero It Is, It Is Idle to advise even nonswlmmera not to go Into the water. Since they will do it, It Is doubtful advice to learn to swim, since it is the swimmers who most frequently drown. Having ta. ken the responsibility of advising SHOOTING IN WHITLEY. everybody to learn to swim, It la necessary to suplement It by advising Whltesburg. John Hanks, a son of those who havo learned to learn also Harrison Ranks, well known In this when not to swim and dive, and to en county,, was shot and mortally woundRubber Bands Prevent Breaks. force this advice by morals drawn ed, It Is alleged, by Jason Cox, a fortug at tho kite tho rub- - from recent awful examples. One mer deputy sheriff. Two shots struck takes a sharp Ranks, ono entering his chett nnd the oer bands give und the string Is not young man broko his neck and other his right arm. Cox was arrest so likely to snap, as it might otherwise drowned because ho plunged headfirst do. Of courso, this resiliency at the Into water which ho was told was od n- -d brought here, where ho waived examination nnd was allowed bond of klto end prevents an accident at any shallow. How is it posslblo to be powi aiong toe cord. Just as much as truly sympathetic with such reckless $!,500. If there were a lot of rubber bands all ness? along IL And tho Indignation with such disTOBACCO AND CORN SUFFER. regard of human life Is similar even OwItiCHVllliv Thn tnlinrm nnA rnrn SWIMMING SUIT IS UNIQUE when, as frequently happens, divers persist in trying tho depths of strange croD In Hath eountv nrn In n unrlniii I condition. Some parts of tlio county Equipped With" Life Protector and waters with their heads Instead ol their feet. It Is not so grand to try nave as goou corn as tney ever had, Attached to Anklet Excel-len- t while In other localities there Is a unknown depths with a leap Instead for Beginners. completo failure. Tho same condition of a dlvo. Tho dtffercnco between a applies to tobacco. New corn Is now sprained anklo and a broken neck" A swimming suit that has the ilnu being engaged at 14.10 per barrel. The b!o advantage of aiding the swimmer's measures the degrees ot vanity which peach Crop is very light, while the movements and protecting his Ilfo has aro behind these two methods o apple crop is good. been designed by a Washington man. plunging. Boys who try to float on n It Is Intended primarily for tho use of board In deep water betoro they enn BIENNIAL REUNION. beginners, but will be found conve- - swim are Just boys, and can bo reasoned with suitably only by their paCynthlana. Tho Lair descendants rents. held their biennial reunion nt the This Is only a word ot advice to those who know bow to swim, and aphomo ot Charles Lair. Ono pear to think that thereby they have hundred nnd fifty wero In attendance. a license to be foolish. Thero aro Tho wolcome address was delivered by Judge W. T. LaffertyT dean of the times and conditions wh?n even swim law school of tho state university, Lexmers should not swift, and there ington. Tho response was by Charles novcr Is a tlmo when swimming la Hull, of Connersvlllc,, Ind., and tho Insafo under unsafo conditions. So long vocation by Rev. J, N. Iirlney, of Loua8 water will stranglo thero Is no perisville. fect safety In tho water. Sa long aa this Is true, no precautions are excessive, whatever tho skill of tho swimTWO PASTORS RESIGN. mer. Except for Bhow and vanity, nil filasgow. Tho Rev. P. F. King, passwimming exercises can bo taken In tor of the Qlasgow Christian church. shallow water ns well nn In deep, and only under conditions where help is has tendered his resignation, to take effect January 1. Tho Rev. Dr. A. suro and near. Everybody should Paul- - Uagby, pastor ot tho Raptlst learn both how to swim nnd when and church, resigned tbo-saday to bewhere not to swim. come pastor oi the Highland Raptlst church In Louisville. MACHINE A single mo of Morgan's men, which for sovcra) days has been In session at Parks Hill, with a large attendanco of voternns and visitors, closed with speeches deliver TIP FOR THE KITE FLYERS od by Cel. drecn IL Keller, CpU John A. Steclo and othors, after which Oeru Balancing Strings Made of Rubber, puko declared tho reunion adjourned, Placed In Sections, Will Prevent the old soldlors to meet In Lexington Wind from Snapping Cord. October 18, whon It Is proposed to unveil the monument to Morgan and his Here, boys, Is a tip on kite flying. men. Every boy who has flown a kite and Tho tenth annual reunion will bo what small boy has not knows how it held at Parks Hill In August next year, will sometimes broak loose when Immediately following the closo of the caught In a gust ot wind that snaps Parks Hill assembly. tho cord. This Is the way to atop that. Instead of having your balanFARMER KILLS NEIGHBOR. cing strings all string, havo them In three section's, with rubborbands In Riley. Manson Isaacs, of the Marlon fiscal court and ono of the the middle sections. It Is advisable to, put only most prominent citizens ot tho eastern strings, two bands In the lower ns this will help-girthe right ot tho county, was shot by Ilea part "pull" The advantage of such' an arRobinson and so badly wounded that rangement Is this: When the wind he dlod nt tho hospital later. 'mmm Tho tragedy occurred at Mr. Isaacs' ""assiistsssstssiiisisssssiihome. Robinson was arrested a few hours after the shooting by a posse of citizens. Robinson, who liven on tho farm ot Klljah Glasscock, met Mr, Isaacs ns Jio was driving In tho gate nt his home, and demanded that he be paid for damage dono to n Held ot corn by some hogs which ha said belonged to Mr, Isaacs. Mr. Isaacs told hltn, It Is said, that ho would willingly pay him for th damage done, but that It must first bo proven to him that tho hogs wero his property. This did not satisfy Robinson and tho shooting followed. It hafl been learned that tho host that had damaged Robinson's corn were not tho property of Mr. Isaacs. Carlisle. The ninth annual reunion Money By Dr. Frank Crane 81nce the dawn ot preaching we preachers havo been threatening rich men with our right fist and extending to them our left palm. It Is hardly to be wondered at that we find difficulty In being taken seriously. And our advice has been so confusing that we have not had much effect. For now we exhort the youth to all the virtues, giving as an Inducement the assurance that thus they will be enabled to get on; .and now again we turn to those that have gotten on and warn them of the danger of riches. It might as well be asked, It riches be dangerous, why acquire them; and it virtues lead to riches, are they realty worth cultivating? It may bo well, therefore, to aet down a few common sense facts In re riches and the relation of the aame to the moral values. In the first place, money It simply the token or sign of our common human wants. It means power, power over others, power to make our personality felt No wonder we want It. Again It means liberty. Poverty Ir a curse. It ties the hands. It binds the mind. It narrows the soul. One who has to sweat ten hours a day for bread has no" tlmo nor strength left to develop tho higher part of himself. Money means also a full life. We can gratify our cravings, whether (bey be for beer or art, for Paris gowns or Wagner music. With monoy we have a chance to grow; without It wo are stunted. Money, therefore, Is simply concen tratedwo might cay canned human value. - llJ LEARN WHEN NOT TO SWIM Every Bit aa Important as Knowledge or Swimming, Itself No Perfect Safety In Water. more scope; If bad ho can, and prob ably will, be worse. If Idle and useless, he becomes a living fountain ot Idleness and uselessness, poisoning It naturally follows that It is good or bad, never of Itself, but only aa giving opportunity to its possessor. Here, then, we havo tho moral gist of the wholo matter: money la simply opportunity. It unlocks the door and bids the cramped and chafing passion go and do Its will. It liberates desire. Ilenco It simply emphasizes a man. If bo Is good be can now be better, having others. So, money Is llko any other gift: as beauty, which adds power to the person; or genius, which multiplies the efficiency of the mind and hand; or position, for kinship magnifies a com mon man to heroic proportions. In his Influence on other men. Now, tho sole relation of morals to power of any kind Is this: that the moral senso adds to power responsibility. The root of any genuine moral feel ing Is altruism. Given any desire, It becomes moral as It takes a direction toward the welfaro of other peoplo; It Is Immoral exactly In proportion aa It disregards others and looks only to BOUQUET FOR LEXINGTON. Western Officer Mistakes It for ital of Kentucky. Cap- Lexington. A tow lessons In geography wouldn't go amiss out In Montana. J, C. Orrlck, sheriff ot Yellowstono county, went to Lexington to securo extradition papers for a prisoner, thinking that that city was the capital of Kentucky. TO HAVE NEW CITY HALL. POWDER LET QO. Dardstown. James 1 laser, a contractor, Is believed to have been fatally Injured and J. 1. Koproti and a man named ail! wero badly hurt whon tbreo kegs of gunpowder prematurely exploded In a rock quarry. Tho men had poured tho powder Into n hole In n rock and wero tamping It preliminary to blasting. It Is believed than an Iron bar came In contact with a rock, striking flro and Igniting tho gunAll tho Injured aro from powder. Nlcholasvllle. DOLAN grounds aro under repair preparatory to holding tho stato fair. Carlisle. Carlisle Is to havo a new Kllzabcthtown. Unless all present signs fail tho reconstruction ot tho Lin city hall at once. Tho pinna and specicoln farm, near HodgenvIIIe, by way fications aro hero nnd bids have been of Kllzabcthtown, wilt begin. This advertised for for the erection ot tho prob-nblstatement comes nt tho authorlty'ot new building,Inworlton which will begin September The now tho oxecutlvo board ot tho Lincoln building will bo one ot the most modand Jacksou Way movement which was launched here at a big mass meet- ern city balls In this section. ing on April 8. DROWNS IN BRUSH CREEK. y RELEASED ON BOND. Lexington. ThomaB F. Dots , who killed Alderman Patrick Moonoy In April, and nt whoso trial In July the jury failed to agree, was roloased from Jail on a bond of $10,000 signed by W. II. Laudcmnn upon receipt of a letter of request that- - he do so from K. R. Dradley, widely known turfman, who Is In Kurope. WAREHOUSE BURNED. Lexington. A wnrehouso containing 100 tons of Lay and other proven-doadjacent sheds nnd a number ot wagons, at Louis Descugnots & Co.'c coal and grain establishment, burned. The loss was estimated at $7,000; partially Insured. Loulsvlllo. Rudy Dalits, a Cleveon two Indicted chauffeur, land r, Rarbourvllle. Four special Judges Danvillo. William Wethlngton, ono addition to tho regular Judge, W. R. niack, presided over the six weeks' of the most prominent young men In term of tho Knox circuit court, Just Casey county, was drowned In Ilrush creek. Ho went fishing and upon his ended. This is u record. failure to return a searching party Lexington. President Thomas A. went out for him. Ho bad been afflictSheets, of tho Lexington club ot tho ed with vertigo recently, and it is supUluegrass lcaguo, announces that tho posed he suffered an attack. leaguo w!l invado Covlngtou and Newport next season, having clubs In Glasgow, Great preparations aro each of these cities, thus giving tho made by the Maccabeos for the enter league eight clubs and putting It prob-- j talniunt ot their visitors at Mammoth ably In Class C, instead of D, where j Cave. I It now Is. CIRCUIT CLERKS ORGANIZE. FARMERS TO BUILD ELEVATOR. Loulsvlllo. Tho Circuit Clerks' asFranklin. The armors of Simpson county are endeavoring to rulio f 0 sociation ot Kentucky elected Louis for tho purpose ot building a mill Summers, circuit clerk of Jefforsou county, president ot tlio organization d and elevator, Simpson county the best quality of wheat grown In the state. The object of tho assoIn tho south and already there are six ciation Is to devlso wayo and moans largo flouring mills In operation In tho for the betterment ot the offices of circounty. cuit clerks In Kentucky, In . 10.-00pro-duco- charges ot Involuntary manslaughter, was fined $7S. Dalits operated the car which was wrecked July 8, resulting la (ho death ot two orphans. Lexington.1 The nows was received Paris Junction. Ike Holland, 49, an from Vr shlngton that Graham H. ! employe of the Louisville & Nashville. , trying to board a fast Kemper, of this city, had been got bis foot hung In tho stirrups And pointed by Presldont Taft United j States consul to Cartegena, Colombia. I was dragged nnd killed. froL-jht- self. Wicked people, therefore, are those who live, think, and do for self alone; nnd that whether poor or rich. Who over says, "I would like to be rich, for I could do so much good with my money," should examine himself and ask what good he Is doing with the little he has. It's all a matter of re lation. If one Is not helpful and liberal on '$40 a month, he would not be IS SIMPLE so on $4,000 a month. FLYING In the ultimate realm of morals Novet Swimming Suit. there are no commandments; there Is Toy Embodying All the Principles of only ono test do I live for myself or nlont for oxperts, who wish to takq the Real Aeroplane .Has Just Been for others; am I altruistic or egocenswims that either would Placed on the Market. tric. tiro them greatly or be Impossible Tbo dawdling smart set, flitting without some help. The suit has a The simplest flying machlno which from bridge to matinee, from theater life preserver fastened under the arm- has ever been devtaed Is shown in the pits or tbo shirt, and from this strong accompanying Illustration, a toy which to bedizened restaurant, from the club clal.Io bands reach down nnd are has been recently put on tbo market. to the horse rac. are wicked; but no wickeder than tho better poor who fastened Just about tho knees of the want to lead such a Ilfo, and who trousers. Just outside tho ankles aro curse their lot because their selfishfastened a pair of fins, which give reness Is bound and chained. sistance to the water on the backward, To the real man, therefore, rlchei stroko aud fold In as the legs are' means nothing at all, as to his char drawn furward. Tho elastic bands acter; it simply means an opening to help draw tho legs forward and save give vent to bis character. And a the swimmer all his strength for the clear-eyesoul, that sees and reallz;i kick back. Equipped with such an what responsibility means, Is never apparatus n beginner may feel pereager for power and opportunity, it Is fectly safo in the water, and an expeeasier to be good In moderate means rienced swimmer will find himself than In riches for the principal reason able to swim miles farther than he that It Is easier to bear a small that could otherwise do. The suit Is made a great 'load of responsibility. "It It ot light rubber so that It does not get hard for a rich man to enter the king heavy by becoming dom of heaven," Just because a rich man to be moral must be great. And, A FUNNY BOY. unfortunately, great souls aro scarce nmong great fortunes. I know a funny little boy The. greatness of Jesus was not In Th happiest ever born; Ills rare Is like a Inm of Jay, his wisdom, magnetism, nor ethical Although his clothes are torn. perception, but In tho fact that be was utterly altruistic; that Is. ho used nil I saw htm tumble on his note. Simplest Flying Machine. And waited for a groan; his powers not to advanco himself but llut how he lauchedt Do you suppose Tho motive power Is a stout gum band to help others. His tormentors unlie struck lit funny bonof which may bo easily replaced when It wittingly told tbo truth, and stated un , when, as he There's sunshine In each word he speaks. wears out. It has double propellers, knowingly bis very sec-etIlls laugh Is something grand; ono at each end.. and U supplied with hung on the cross, tbey wagged their Its tipples overrun tils cheeks, a small depending weight, which may beads at blm'and cried; cs on snowy sand. He saved others; himself be can be adjusted as desired to make the He laughs the moment ha awakes. toy fly higher or lower. not savol" And tilt the- day is done. Tim schoolroom as a Joke he takes; Looking Ahead. Ills tenons aro; but fun. Working for Eternity. A little girl, who thought she had Never mind where your work Is. No matter how the day may bo. grown up past the ago of dolls was You cannot make him asking hor mother to put them all Never mind whether It bo visible ot H's worth a dozen boys I know, not Never mind whether your name awsy for her. Who pout and mope and slstu It "What do you want them kept for Is associated with your You may never tolls. You are bak- see the Issues of Trains of Cantaloupes. If you have finished with thorn working for eternity. If you cannot A cantaloupe train believed to bo ed her mother. the longest the world has over seen, Ob," said the hlld. "they will do see results here In the hot working day, the cool evejpJns; flours are draw passed through Tucson, Ariz., recently for my children." from the Imperial valley. Tbo train, 'flut, replied the mother, ''suppose ing near, when you may rest front your labors, and then tboy may folconsisted of ISO cars, was one and you never had any?" bait tallies tn length, and contained "Very well, then, was the reply, low you. So do your duty, and trust more than 1,000.000 pounds ot they will do for my grandchildren." Ood to give the seed you tow, "a body as It hath pleased him." Dr. AlexCanadian Ccrtury. ander Maclaren. o d water-soakeUke-wav- cr; r Pace Four. THE CITIZEN. August 34, 191 1. W. B. CORSET Guaranteed Not To Rust This latest W- - B. accomplishment again Undertaking and Embalming A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies. SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. emphasizes the superiority of 'the W. B. product R. H. CHRISMAN E. F. COYLE You pay Day Phone 26 Miss Cora Marsh entertained a number of friends at Pres. Frost's homo, Saturday evening, last. Each guest was asked to entertain tho company for flvo minutes and all prcsont report a delightful evening. Miss Morrow assisted Miss Marsh. Mr. Haddcn of Mt. Sterling, 111., was a Collego visitor on Monday, tho Hth. Prof. Dlnsmore who has been spondlng his summer at Thousand Islands returned to Berea on tho midnight train Thursday for a few days visit before starting on a trip to Pulaski and Casey Counties. Mr. E. II. Weller has boon called home to Michigan and will probably not return to school next year. Mr. Osborne, Treasurer of the Collego, writes that he and Mrs. Osborno aro enjoying tholr stay at Chautauqua. They went on a few days trip to Toronto to visit their son, Hal ph. and wife, formerly Miss Huth Putnam. Prof. M. K. Marsh returned, and from a trip to Chicago Ilaraboo. Wisconsin. Mrs. Drake, of Clncinnti, is visiting Mrs. Marsh. Miss Kalper, of Cincinnati, Is visitKrl-dny, Night 46 less. .or get more Mr. F. 0. Blazer who has been In Berea on business for some days returned to his homo at Yellow Springs, Ohio, a few days ago. Miss Mario Babcock was in Pino vlllo, last Wodnesday. LOCAL PAGE o , THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS Stamping Out the OImim. M nsDiri AMn viriNITV. FATHERED FROM OF SOURCES A 3 JK VARIETY oeoeoeoooeoeooeoeoeoo Ooccocotjooool DR. BEST, DENTIST CITT FHONK 153 Welch's see the ad. about the Junior Contest Mr. Forrest Hill was In town over Fire, Sunday. Mrs. J. H. Jackson and son, Cecil, OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE havo returned alter spending a few weeks with Mrs. Jackson's daughter, Mrs. I. L. Isaacs, In Estill Co. DAN H. BRECK Mr. and Mrs. 1. L. Isaacs aro the Life and happy parents of a ten pound boy, born August 8th. Ho has been named Insurance Chester Ilay. Mrs. Isaacs will bo Richmond, Ky. romembered as Miss Eula Jackson. Every boy it interested a soon as he sees Phone 505 Mrs. Soxton of, Chestnut street was the excellent prizes offered in the Contest with Look for Welch's ad. In regard to taken to the hospital last week fever. the Junior Contest. Mr. J. P. Blcknell left last Friday Mrs. C. J. Jones and children of Corbln, Ky., are visiting their aunt, morning for Bloomlngton, HI., where he will hold a revival meeting and Mrs. Ell Baker, on Boono Street We want every boy and girl who wishes to compete visit his parents. Miss Audrey Richardson is visitMiss Vesta George, a former in this Contest to come in right away and register ing at the home of her half sister, of Berea College, Is visiting Mrs. L. A. Davis. their names. We will give you a booklet which will homo Satur- Miss Eva Engle. Dr. W. O. Best camo explain all about the Contest. Remember the closing Is now on at Tho Junior Contest day. Mrs. Best and baby will return date is Sept. 15th. Begin now as every day counts. that evor WoiMi'n. Thn best thin soon as the baby's health permits last ' happened in Berea for the boys and returned Miss Cora Marsh week from a week's visit with Miss 'girls. Robert Splcer, the little brother of Collette at Evarts. eye A number of young men enjoyed Mrs. Scott Seale, was hit In tho THIS WILL BE A GREAT CONTEST a camping party at Sinks and Rises with a rock and was taken to tho Be hospital at Lexington for treatment Get a few days of last week. save the Junior Col.'. Miss Bess Hays returned to Gads- Tho doctors think they can ConUit Junior den, Ala., Monday, after a two weeks sight in one eye. Girl or Boy was Button (soir-t- i Mr. Joe Azbill of Rlcutnoud home folks. visit with Mrs. S. E. Welch and Mrs. Sallle In Berea last week to see his sister, Fowler went to Whites Station, Mon- Mrs. Lou Hardin. Miss Estella Blcknell went to Richday. 1ST BEGINS Melons at the College Gardens! mond, Monday, to take a position It may be that as stenographer with Judge Lilly. Call Mr. Mullett. Mr. Rlvenberg, a teacher In the he can supply the other demands of M. E. S. S. took his class of boys your table. Prof, and Mrs. L. V. Dodge left, out to Sinks and Rises for a few Accident Join Cole's Junior Contest Come On, Boys and Girls! Br nousn roues. There la absolute unanimity, too, amoug our expert authorities (as there was not a decade broi as to Just wh.it we need to do In opIit to prevent tuberculosis. We mint hare general public education as to the natars of the dlseas. and and we lime IL We must hare reporting of nine by physicians, and we are getting It. We must btu-de- nt See the Prizes in Our Show 'Window ing Miss Bess Marsh. Prof. Kdwards returned on Friday from a trip to Boonovllle. llalph Patln, '10, accompanied the Professor on his trip. Hov. B. II. Itoborta and wlfo left, Monday, for a weeks outing at Bear Knob, whero they may bo found In tho Burdctto bungalow. Prof. LowU and family Icavo to day for a week's visit with Mrs. Lowls' father, Mr. K. J. Oodby at have free dlpeiimirii lu every city aud cuiiHldernble village at which any (tenon can secure an expert and thorough diagnosis of bis condition and adequate instruction as to what be must do, and we aro getting dispensaWu must have visiting ries. nurses to visit the patients In their homes and Instruct them, not once, but many times, in ths protection of their households. We are getting visiting nurse. We need, above all, hospitals in the larger cities and a county hospital In every county, and we are getting hospitals. WELCH'S AUG. Ilustonvlllo, Ky. Mrs. John Welsh and daughters, QvJtrudo and Myrtlo of Wilmington, Illinois, aro visiting at iho home of Mrs. Welsh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Jones of Jcfforsonvlllo, Ind. formerly Miss Mrs. Welsh was Daisy Jones of Bores, Ky . GOOD COMBINATION In introducing Judge O'ltear, Monday, tho speaker said that ho weighed 140 lbs., 100 of which was backbono and the other 40 lbs. brains. A pretty good combination out of which to inako a Governor. SALE AND CLOSES AUG. 15TH Every Man Who Wants a Suit Should be in Our Store promptly Tuesday, Aug. 1st. For we have 150 Men's 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. Saturday, to attend the National encampment of the G. A. R. at Rochester, N. Y. Miss E. K. Corwin returned, Saturday, from her summer vacation. Prof. Noah May and family are back from their vacation which they have spent with relatives in Magoffin County. Mr. and Mrs. James KInnard who have been visiting hero for several weeks have returned to their homo at Omaha, Neb. Mr. Leonard Peters who was a student of Berea a number of years ago has been visiting friends In town. Newcomer and Misses Lillian Bortha King returned this week from Battle Croek, Mich., whero they have boon spending tho summer. Dr. W. D. Powell of Louisville was In Berea over Sunday and preached at the Baptist church. Mrs. S. R. Baker was In Cincinnati at the first of the week buying her Fall and Winter goods. Miss Freda Roesche returned, Saturday, from her home at Carrolton, where sho had been spending her vacation. Mr. J. II. Jackson, traveling salesman for Curry, Tunis and Norwood, has resigned and accepted a position with the Lexington Dry Goods Company. WEDDING PRESENTS The Finest Line of Wedding Rings Ever Shown in Berea in Gold, Gold-filleSterling Silve, Cut Glass d, Mr. J. W. Dooley Is at homo for few days. Miss Blanche Wilson Is visiting In Richmond this week. Mrs. Magglo Robinson visited her parents at Blue Lick from Friday until Sunday. Miss Nellie Coe who was attending summor school and has been In the Treasurer's office Is taking a much necdod rest in Williamsburg. Mr. S. Whlttemore Boggs left, Monday, with his Sunday school class for SlnkB and Rises where they will camp until Thursday. Mrs. Maggie Ogg has returned from tho city where she has been selecting Fall and Winter goods. N". J. Coylo and A. H. Williams wont to Irvine, Tuosday. Rev. Lewis Rowlett was In Berea, Monday, on business. Harry Woodall Is In town this week. Gentry Lakes Is back from WIul Cave. Mr. Campbell, Route Agent of the Southern Express Co., of Danville, 111., visited the College over Saturday, tho 12th. Mr. Justus Jackson left this morning for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Black of Winchester. Ralph Patln, '10, who has beon visiting Prof. Edwards for some time past, expects to return to Galllon, Ohio, today, where he will be employed for his second year as a teach-o- r In the Galllon High School. Prof. Robertson of the History days' camp. a For 15 days you can buy clothing at these prices: MEN'S SUITS $22.50 Suits cut to $14.98 " " 13.98 20.00 " 18.00 16.50 15.00 13.50 12.50 10.00 BOYS' SUITS $8.50 Suits cut to $6.48 "" " 5.48 7.50 6.00 5.00 4.00 3.50 o " "" "" "" "" "" "" 12.98 11.98 10.98 9.98 8.98 7.98 " " " " " " " " " 4.48 3.48 2.98 2.48 1.98 " " " " " " " " " ." Don't wait till the best suits are all gone. Come at once and get a suit cheap. wmictuittoittj" im osivruio to XEbe IRachet Store ENGRAVING FREE Department has returned from a trip to Beattyvllle, Lee County, The reports a good time and a pleasant visit to the homes of a number of Berea students. Mrs. E. Owen Is sick. Bho Is reported to bo suffering from cancer. Miss Etta Mooro who has been a teacher in tho Berea Public Schools left last Saturday for Brodhead where she will teach In the High School. Pro-foss- or SALE BEGINS TUESDAY, AUGUST FIRST MAIN ST. RHODUS STORE HAYES THE QUALITY BEREA, KY. 1 August 24, 1911. THE CITIZEN. Page Five. TALK IS CHEAP prices they tell of these goods you have to see them to appreciate the excellence of quality, variety and quantity as for the WE SELL But when it is put into newspaper space it costs money. So we will save our talk about the details Zaring's Flour 45c The Best Made up Why Buy Inferior Flours? JUST RECEIVED AN ORIGINAL STORY Solid oak dresser $5.00, $6.00, $7.50 and up to $20.00. Solid oak bed room suits (not imitation) $15.00, $18.00 to $40.00. Quartered oak velour covered couches $8.50, $10.00 and $12.00. Roll quartered OAK or mahogany rockers $3.00 each. Stand tables 20x20 OAK, $1.00, others $1.50 to $6.00. Library tables 26x44 OAK $3.50 to $10.00. Brass beds with 2 inch post, $10.00. With a 45 inch felt mattress to fit it at $5.00 each. $325.00 Pianos at agent's price for $200.00 on liberal terms. 9x12 Axminster rugs $15.00, 9x12 Brussels rug $10.00. 9x12 seamless velvets $20.00, 36x72 velvets $3.00. All 25c. mattings 20c. All 30c. mattings 25c. RANGES $15.00, $17.50, $20.00 and $25.00. I'm $5.00 under on each in price and $5.00 over on each in Quality. BUGGIES steel tire, rubber top, $40.00. Rubber tire, leather top, $65.00. Best American Steel and Wire Co's. field fence 25c. per rod. ROOFING, heaviest quality v crimp 28 guage painted, $2.00 per square. " " " " galvanized, $3.25 " " " "" rertilizcr for wheat, good, 90c. per hundred. Best, $1.30 per hundred. Other bargains by the score. A Large Line of New Clothing FALL AND WINTER STYLES You Can Buy the Same Quality SHOES for Less Money than Sold by Others fc r All Welcome! A Country Store in Town! Come in! Phone 60 R. J. ENGLE, Berea, Ky. See 'THE FURNITURE MAN" ... INTENSIVE FARMING HOME BUTTER MAKING . .. cents por jound and scarcely creamery butfit for ubo. First-clas- s ter always finds a ready market t doublo tho prlco of the ordinary coun- Uy butter. Tho creamery buttermakcr kno .8 how to manago tho cream and churn lite butter, removing the buttorralllc without overworking tho butter, and ho puts tho product up In neat packages. Often ho has dirty milk and cream to work with, conditions which ho cannot control and which may bo rvgulated by tho homo butter-make- r, who by observing a few principles In preparing and putting up tho butter can obtain creamery prices An Article Worth Dozens of Dollars to Every Housewife Who Will Read and Practice. Is always a mrfelt of Inter- -j Ins to work out tbo buttermilk and Tlicro water. Iluttermllk should bo washed r butter brlnKttiK from ton to n and often better. Tho heat Is tho greatest difficulty at this tlmo of tho year and frequently causes tho cream to bo churned at a high temperature or makes tho cream over rlpo before churning, which causes strung but-to- r. liuttermaklng without a thermometer Is guess work. A floating dairy thermometer may bo bought cents and Is almost for twenty-fiv- e Indlspenstble. ripened Cream until distinctly sour will churn out raoro butter than sweet cream. Tho churning should not bo delayed, however, until tho cream Is ovor rlpo. A temperature of 65 to G8 degrees will ripen cream In six to olRht hours at this season, but the cream must bo cooled to IS to 60 degroes before churning. A satisfactory method Is to keep tho cream In spring water at 58 to tiO degroes for twenty-fou- r hours stir- cold. Do not ovor churn, but stop when the butter Is In granules the slzo of whoat or slightly larger. Novor ring frequently. The proper churning temperature In summer Is about 58 to to GO degroes and In winter CO to uz degrees, in other words, use, a temperature for churning thnt will bring tho butter In not less than thirty minutes, preferably In about thlrtyflvo or forty minutes. This Insures a firm butter and tho retho moval of nil tho butter from Warm cream chums buttormllk. quickly but not completely. Difficult churning In winter Is generally causAlvln J. Rocd, ed by unrlponcd cream, churned too Kentucky Experiment Station, ono-ioun- out and not worked out. When tho butter has come, to the granular form, drain out tho buttermilk from tho bottom of tho churn through n b train ,er or fine colander; wash the butter Jow' with cold clean water. tipping tho churn back and forth three, or four times, repeating tho operation as long as any buttermilk remains. If the butter is too Bolt to work, uimi wash water a few degrees colder than tho buttermilk. Allow tho butter to stand In tho water until firm. When the water Is drained out, salt tho granular butter In tho churn, for hils method insures tho holding of tho water and tho distribution of tho salt more evenly and aluo requires loss working. Work tho butter into a largo roll, or If mora convenient, work In tho churn. It bo finished with a worker or in a wooden bowl. Working Bhould when tho salt Is well mixed. More working Is injurious. The water should bo left in tho butter, as this makes better butter, moro of It, and causes It to stand up like creamory butter. Fourteen (o fifteen per cent of water Is desirable, and will not bo exceeded unless tho butter Is very soft, and warm waHh water Is used. Obtaining granules will bo impossible with warm cream that churns In tcu to fifteen minutes, or with high geared dushors In tbo churn. Uso a hollow churn without dashers or paddles. A barrel, box or swing churn is satisfactory. Square or rectangular molds are best bolng most easily wrapped and packed. Avoid waxed paper; uso parchment d only. A satisfactory mold can be obtained for forty cents. Tho hand separator will insure mora and better butter than hand skimming. Orenm testing 30 to 35 per cent butter fat Is moro readily churned. A number of Kentucky dairies using those methods aro selling butter for a hlghor prjco than tho creamorles tecauso they make hotter butter. For Information addrcBn ' -- Ington, Ky. Iu SURROUNDINGS AND STUDY "gather" butter for this Incorporates buttermilk In tho mass, necessitating over working, and destroys the body of tho butter, making It soft and oily, and preventing it from kocplng woll. Butter Is froquontly (CuIutil from Ant pg) ruined by try on tho scttoo, carrylug his book with him, yot trying to take in all tho conversation of tho othor members of tho family. Do you wondor thnt Walter stood at tho head of the class? Systematic endowment, I will add $50,000 to it." of your life. You havo had nineteen This property fronts on Chostnut 8t. Ho know wo had not a rich group of wonderful years, but you havo only and is splendid property. graduates or Influential irlends, and Just begun." H. C. RICE, M. C. M. C. O that no man could tell how long it FOR SALE ought to take to ralso that $150,000. BARGAIN ON "FARM I shall not toll now how we did ralso Lot on Depot Street joining the A bargain If taken in next sixty it, but it was secured, and Dr. Pear- skating rink on the west, 74 feet sons sont his check for $50,000. front by 143 feet back. For particu- days. On account of health, I will And through Berea he becamo deep- lars call upon or phone, A. P. Settle, sell my farm consisting of 105 acres, bltuatod 4 miles from Paint Lick In ly Interested in tho whole mountain Kingston, Madison County, Ky. Garrard County, Kentucky, on turnproblem. Tho conditions in the pike, near good school and chureh. Southern mountains were thoso which COMMISSIONER'S SALE habits 'will doublo hours of study ho bad known perfectly well In his This farm is well improved, has good and remain a valuable asset through- young days in Vermont. His mother Stato Bank & Trust Co., riffs. new house, 2 tobacco bams that out life. hold 25 acres, good young orchard, knew how to spin and weave. He ts. . Walter today Is at tho head of a had himself driven oxen, and taught Julia Pearl Hanson, Deft. and" la woll watered. For further inbig business In Chicago while WatUnder and by virtue of a judgment formation address, G. P. Terrlll, Lana district school In the mountains of son Is occupying a menial position Vermont for $20 a month. Ho was and order of sale rendered at the caster, Ky. still a sloven and slouch. particularly pleased with our good May term of the Madison Circuit How unconsciously aro these sur- business management, and with tho Court, the undersigned Master Comroundings shaping our destines. careful way In which all our courses missioner of said court will, on SatH. E. Taylor. of study were laid out, and tho sen- urday, September 2nd, 1911, on the I sible llto of our young people. "I premises in the city of Berea, at LETTER FROM PRES'T FROST llko a Collego without frills" , Dr. 10:00 o'clock a. m., sell to the high(Continued from first pace) Pearsons loves to. say. "Are your est and best bidder 12 lots of land besome fool Yankees. Tho peoplo nt young men ambitious' he asks me; longing to the Hanson Estate, accordDclolt were somewhat surprised to "are they willing to work; will they ing to survey made by J. W. Fowler. sco a tall gentleman, whom few know, make good citizens; will tho girls This property will bo offered as a Sack and coming as a guest to their Com- tin pro vo their homes when they go whole, and then in combinations of lots of ono or more back after they havo had their educamencement dinner. They were still together, to suit the purchaser. Said moro surprised when ho offered to tion?" And so through tho Influence of property will be sold on six, or six Klvo tho Col lego $50,000 on condition of tholr ml sing $100,000 more. to and twelvo months time, or the purDr. Dcrca, Dr. Pearsons has given l'enrsons had Informed himself thor- Jialf a dozen other mountain schools chaser can pay cash if ho desires. oughly about Dclolt College, llo In Tcnnossee, Georgia, West Virgin-l- a and the Carollnas. Berea set tho hnew what It was doing and could do, and what it needed, perhaps better standard for school work In tho mountains and drow the attention of than any of Us trustees. Dclolt Collego raised tho condition- tho wholo country to the need and and cured meats and lard. Call for you al amount needed, and rccolved Dr. promlso of this region. Others are and you call for. Pearsons' $50,000. Then, ono after doing and will do nobly for tho price paid butter, eggs and chickens another, other Colleges received slmi-ma- y cause, but none of them can bo tho path founder, leader and pioneer In pledges and raised tho money, Jlar Pure home rendered lard 501b. cans 10c per lb. smaller lots 12c In this wny Dr. Pearsons did sover-cea- this great work that Dr. Pearsons is. We all sat in his parlor yesterday al things for each Collccc. Ho not Kldd Building, Corner Main and B. only gave them his money, but bo afternoon, and ho spoko of his inRichmond Streets, Berea, Ky. was tho occasion of tholr getting a terest in the schools. East, West, largo number of new friends; and tho North and South, which are properly exertion of the Colleges to raise this called bis children thoso that ho has money almost always mado them "set up" and given a chance to do stronger In tholr organization, and their work with advantage and with moro careful In tholr business man- success. The weight of nlnoty-on- o years seemed to sit lightly upon him. agement. Dr. Pearsons never gives to indi- "Yos," ho said, "my work is dono; I viduals In any consplclous way, had seventy years in which I was though he has performed many secret making money, for tho most part, years in which I havo acts of bcnevolonco of this kind. Ho twenty-on- o been putting it to tho best uses. No has novor given to nny Hospital the Presbyterian Hospital In heirs or excutors will quarrel over Chicago. Ho does not glvo organs my estate; I havo put it whero it llko Mr. Carnegie, or libraries, but Is safe and sure, and I havo bad a ho has stuck to his specialty, tho good time in doing It. My wlfo had smaller, plain, earnest a good tlmo with mo while Bhe lived. iTwonty-flv- o years wo were together Christian Colleges, Ho was roally greatly delighted In this homo. She furnished this when ho discovered Berea. I re- - , house just as sho chose. She furnished member tho cold winter day when I .tho decorations of this room; hung first saw him in his office in the old tho pictures and bought these chairs. Tribune building. Ho asked a flood And hero we visited with our friends, of questions and gnvo mo tho Ira- - j and here 'we planned our work. Her presslon that ho could not think of sister was burled from this room, Borea, at least for many years to ia"d sho was burled from It. And como. But roally ho was deeply pleas- - now I am going to sell tho place, od at discovering that there was such for I havo no occasion for any man- an institution as Borea College, and sion In tula world any more. I can that ho could help It. Ho lot mo llvo at tho Sanitarium, or at tho Or is it a common to medium, farm you leavo tho offlco and leavo tho city I'rosbytorlan Hospital among people moderate price for either cash without a word of oncouragemcnt, who know mo and who aro my terms with easy payments, close around and hut In a few woeks ho wroto mo a friends. I bellevo I have made no lcttor and began to iuako suggestions mistakes. If I wore to live my Ufa convenient to Berea College ? for tho management of tho school. over again, I would do just what I may be more convenient for you to buy Tho next Commencement ho visited have done." usjind niado tho wisest, kindest and some of the beautiful homes already built "And you, President Frost, will most considerate pledgor "Whenover carry on my work. The next fow I have for sale for my clients in Berea. Good Borea Collego shall ralso $100,000 for yoars will bo the most interesting R. H. CHRISMAN. Red Cross Flour, 65 cents. Every Guarantee TATUM'S what Highest market PALACE MEAT MARKET for get what Fresh want so U. ROBERTS, Prop. cx-co- pt Do You Want to Buy a Good Blue Grass Farm ? hard-workin- 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? want at a It or that enough for anybody. In In and cottages, four fronting Forest Ht. Investments In woll selected ronl estate ingrowing communities are sure and safe and best for small savings, Buy this property mid you aro buying nn Inheritance. I have reHldunt proper t v. store property, and bulldlnsr lots for sale In lleroa, ranging In prloe from $1(0 up, improved from S200 to $6,000. Also bluegras8 farms In Madison and Garrard Co; mountain farms lit Jackson and KockcHHtle Co. I can milt you In farms anywhere In prices from $1,000 to $20,000. acres, real black walnut blue grassland in Garrard Co. One farm of O'J a miles west of Paint Lick, l(y. This farm Is nearly nil In grass, woll Improved, and will suit any ouo'wantlng a splendid farm. If you are planning to buy Kenl KsUte, do not delay but wrlto or oall on me at onoe for particulars and terms. five 1- -3 ONLY ONE FARM IN BEREA Containing twenty acres tun original forestry, ten oats grass, The Best Qualities of Staple and Fancy Groceries That the market can afford. Try a sack of our Lexington Cream Flour or Zarings Patent Flour, two of the best on the market. If we please you tell others; if not tell us. Main St. I have plenty of Real Estate in Madison and adjoining Counties for sale at a price to suit any one, from $10 per acre to $150 per acre owing to the quality and location of the land. Think it over and write me what you want or call at my office and we will talk it over. REMEMBER WHAT I SAY, you will always get a square deal with Holiday If interested. CALL UPON OR ADDRESS, G. D. Room . 4, 2 Br HOLLIDAY Ttwt Bank C& Building W. I. DOOLEY BEREA, KY. Br.a,Ky. J. P. MCKNELL Page Six fret. A door tn far corner of the room stood open; and the clatter of footsteps echoed through the house, "One of them leaped at me and I fired," she gasped In explanation. "He struck mo, but I'm I'm not hurt" Bho stooped quickly, picked up the revolver and made as If to follow the dying footsteps. Mr. Grimm stopped her. "It doesn't matter," he said quietly, "Let them go." And after a while. earnestly: "If I had dreamed of such a such a thing as this I should never have consented to allow "I understand," she Interrupted, and for one Instant her outstretched hand THE CITIZEN Mr. Cadwallader teptea fa to tTlemf as he sat staring at a largo group photograph which was framed on wall ot tho dining-room- . "Isn't that the royal family Italy?" he asked. Ho rose and went over to It "Hy Jove, It Is, and hers Is tho prince In the group. Tbe pic ture was taken, I should say, about uie time I know him." Mr. Grimm strolled over Idly and stood for a long tlmo staring at the pedograph. "He can drive a motor, you know,' Ast 24, 19.11 STORY QJ POKEWEED USED AS A REMEDY FOR ITCH AND SKIN DISEASES Poisonous Plant Is Native of United Stales and Found ta Rich, Moist Soils, From Maine and Northern Illinois UPAS TREE OF INTEMPERANCE to Florida and Westward to Texas, Eastern Kansas and Southern Minnesota. Why It Flourishes While Other Vict Yield to ELUSIVE der Fatal Delusion. ReformMen tabor Un- ISABEL By JACQUES FUTRELLE you" rested on his arm. "The ambassa dor?" "Porfcctly safe," responded Mr. Grimm. "Two of my men aro with him." CHAPTER XV. IllajrratleJ tr M. Hi. 11 (ILK SVN0P8I8. mbu--do- r. Count 01 Roslnt. (ha Italian Is ut dinner with diplomat when messenger aummona him to - the where. . beautiful young- weman ka for a ticket to the embuir ball. The ticket I made out In the name of Ml Isabel Thorne. Chief Campbell Of tlir secret service, and Mr. Clrtmm, hla bead detective, are warned that a plot It ferewtng In Washington, and Orlmm goes to the stato ball for Information. Id attention la called to Mlaa rnanel Thorne. "rho with tier companion, dlaappeara. A shot la heard and Senor Alvarez of the Meiloan. legation,, la found wounded. Orlmm la assured Mia Thome did It; he vlilts her, idtraaadtng, knowledge of the .iffalr. and arresta Itetro PetroUnnl. Mlat they ?'horne rlalu n old eaperlment andFlf'7 a wonderful stolen .from the office thousand dollars-lor Senor lloarl tui. the minister iron Vaneiuele., and whlla detectlvea are In vestlgatlng the robbery Mlaa Thome ap- rwara aa a sjueat or. mo lecauoo. urirnm wfcuses tier of. the theft; the monejr la restored, tmt it new myaterr occur In Ohe dlaappearance of Monsieur Uolssepur the French arabaaaador. istualva Mlaa Thome reappears, beating- a tetter which states that the ambassador has been kidnaped and Geman&lng ransom. The returns and again strangely ols- appsars. bomb-maker CHAPTER KIV (Continued.) the door and wait If wo don't return tn fifteen ruinates como In nftor us!" "Do you anticipate danger?" Miss Thorne Queried qulc&ly. "If I bad Anticipated danger," replied Mr. Orlmm, "I should not hare permitted you to como with mo." Thoy entered the Jiouso number nlDcty-sovewith a key which Mr. Orlmm produced, and a mlnuto or bo inter walked Into a room whoro three men were fitting. Oho of them was of n coaruc, repulsive typo, targe and Heavy; another rather dapper, of superficial polish, evidently a foreigner, and the third tho third was Ambassador Boissegurl gentlemen !" Mr. "Good tnornlng. Orlmm greeted thorn, ,lhont ceremonio ously: "Monsieur Dbl'sscgur, your ts at the door." The threo. men came to their feet Instantly, and. one of them he of tho honvy face drow a rorolyjer. Mr. Onmm faced Im placidly. ''Do you lutow what would happen to you If you Wiled mot' he Inquired, pleasantly. "Vou wnuldn'C lire three minutes. Do you Imagine I came In here blindly T Ttiero are a dozen 'Jien guarding tho entrances to the bouse a pistol shot would bring them 1n. Put down that gunl" Eyes challenged cyos for ono long tense Instant, and tho man carefully ' laid (he weapon on tho table. Mr, Grimm strolled orer and picked It up, alter which ho glanced Inquiringly at the other man the ambassador's second guard. "And you are tho gentleman, I dare say, who triad a the necessary trips to iEq ambassador's'- - bouse, probably using his lalch-keyhe, romarked Interrogatively. "First for the letters to be signed, and again for the cigarettes?" There was no answer and Mr.' r Grimm turned queatlonlngly to Bolssrcur, silent, while of face, aiclnnlcss, "Yes, Monsieur," the ambassador hr rut out enddonly. Ills oyes wcro 4xcd unwaveringly on Miss Thorno. "And your oscape, Monslourt" n car-rlaeMoa-clcucon-tnue- d "The house Is two blocks west. .long that street thorn," he explained, and he Indicated an Intersecting thoroughfare lust jfihcaif. "It Is .number ninety-seven- . Fire minutes after we enter you trill drlre. up (n front of leaving the gentlemen over their cotfee and cigars, Miss Thorne paused eyes at tho door and tha blue-graflashed some subtlo message to the Fronch ambassador, who, after an In slant, nodded comprehend Ingly, then resumed his conversation. As he left the room a few minutes later he noticed that Mr. Grimm had Joined a group of automanlacs of which Mr. Cadwallader was the enthustastlo cen tor. He spoke to his hostess, the wife of the minister from Portugal, for a moment, then wont to Miss Thorne and dropped Into a seat besldo her. She greeted him with a smile and was still amlllng as she talked. 'I bellove, Monsieur," she said In French, "you sent a code message to the cable office this afternoon?" - His eyes questioned hers quickly. "And please bear In mind that we probably are being watched as we your unpleasant experience?" talk." sho went on pleasantly. "Mr, Not nt all, thanks to you," was th Grimm Is tho man to be afraid of. reply. "I hare Just thanked Miss Smile don't look so serious!" She Thorne for her part In the affair, laughed outright. and" Yes; I Bent a code message," be re 'I'm glad to have been of service," plied. Interrupted Mr. Orlmm lightly. "It was your resignation?" Tho ambassador bowed ceremoni "Yea." ously and moved away. Mr. Orlmm "Well. It wasn't 'sent, of course." dropped Into tho scat bo had Just left sho Informed him, and her eyes wcro 'lou ve left the legation, bavcn'l sparkling as If something amusing had you?" he asked. been said. "One of my agents stopped "You drovo me out," sho laughed. "Drove you out?" ho repeated Drovo you out?" "Why, It was not only uncomforta ble, but It was rather conspicuous be cause of tho constant espionage ol your Mr. Dlalr and your Mr. Johnson and your Mr. Hastings," she explained, still laughing. "So I have moved tc the Hotel Hllllard." Mr. Orlmm was twisting the seal ring on his llttlo Anger. "I'm sorry If I mndo It uncomforta- bio ior you," ho apologized. "You set It's 'No explanation," Miss Thorne In terrupted. "I understand." "I'm glad you do," ho replied seri n Master of th Situation. As tho women rose and started out said Mr. Cadwallader, admiringly. And Italy Is tho place to drive' them, They forget to make any speed laws over there, and If a chap gets In youf way and you knock him silly they arrest him for obstructing traffic, you know. Over here If a chap really starts to go any place tn a hurry soma oaiiy idiot holds him up." "Have you ever been held up?" quer ied Mr. Orlmm. "No, but I expect to be every day," was tho reply. "Ive got a new motor, you know, and I've never been able to see how fast It Is. Tho other ove- nlng I ran up to Daltlmoro with It tn an hour and thirty-seveminutes from Alexandria to Druid Hill Park, and that's better than forty miles. I never did let tho motor out, you know, be- causo we ran In tho dark most ot the way." Mr. Orlmm was still gaxlng at ths puoiograph. "Did you go alone?" he asked. "There's no fun motoring alone, you know. Senortta Itodrlguet was with me. Charming girl, what?" A llttlo while later Mr. Orlmm eaun tered out Into tbe drawing-rooand made his way toward Miss Thorne and tho French ambassador. Mon slour Dolssegur rose, and offered hit nand cordially. "I hope. Monsieur." said Mr. Orlmm, that you are no worse off for your to" ously. "How long do you Intend to "Nothing Can 6top Us It. I may add that Nothing" it will not be sent." The ambassador's eyes grow steely. then blank again. "Mademoiselle, what am I to under stand from that?" iie demanded. "You aro to understand that I am absolute master of tho situation In Washington at this moment," she re plied positively. The smile on her Hps and the tone of her voice jvere strangely nt variance. "From the beginning I let you understand that ultimately you would receive your Instructions from Paris; now I know they will reach you by cablo tomorrow. Within n week the compact will be signed. Whether you npprovo of It or not It will be signed for your country by a special envoy whose authority Is greater than yours bin Highness, the Prince Benedetto d'AbnuzI." ."Has ha reached Washington?" Ho has "He Is In Washington. been here for somo time. Incognito." She wns silent a moment "You have been n source of danger to our plans," she added. "If It had not been for an accident you would still havo boon comfortably kopt out In Alexandria where Mr. Orlmm and I found you. Please remember, Monsieur, that wo will accomplish what wo set out to do. Nothing can stop us nothing." At Just about tho same moment the name of Prince d'Abrunl had been but In a difused In the dining-room- , Mr. Cadwallader ferent connection. was reciting some Incident of an auto mobile trip In Italy when he bad been connected with the British embassy there. Tho prince was driving," he said, 'and ono of tho best I ever saw. Cork ing chap, the prince; democratic, you know, and all that sort of thing. Ho was one scion of royalty who didn't mind soiling his hands by diving In under a car and Dxlog It himself. At that time he was Inclined to be wild that was eight or nine years age--but they say now he has settled down to work, and Is one of the real diplo matic powors of Italy. I haven't seen htm, tor a halt xioten years." "How old a man Is he?" asked Mr. Grlmra carelessly. thirty-eigh"Thirty-five- , perhaps; I don't know," replied Mr. Cadwalla der, "Its odd, you know, the number and alt that of princes and sort of thing one can fled knocking about In Italy and Qermany rod Spain. .On never bears of half of them. I never had beard of the Prince d'Anrus-s- i until I went to Italy, and I've heard Jolly wolt little ot him slnco, except Indirectly." t, blue-bloo- remain In the city?" 'Itcally I don't know two, three. four weeks, perhaps. Why?" "I was Just wondering." Senorlta Rodrlguox came toward them. "Wo're going to play bridge." sht Isabel, to 8a Id, "and wo need you. make tho four. Come. I hato to tak her away, Mr. Orlmm." Mr. Grimm and Miss Thorne ross together. For an Instant her slim white hand rested on Mr. Grimms sleeve and she stared Into his eyes un- dcrstandlngly with a little ot melanThey left Mr. choly In her own. Orlmm there. (TO TIE CONTINUED.) HATED ADVERSE CRITICISM Acter Retorts to Critic's Opinion With a George Washington Story. The late Frank Worthing, the well known actor, was the subject of a recent discussion at the Pen and PoncU club In Philadelphia. A dramatic, critic said: Worthing, though a superb actor, hated adverse criticism hyper-crlt- l clsm be always called It To some adverse criticism of mine he retorted one winter night at the Majestic, wits George Washington story. "He said I reminded blra In my crlt leal remarks of a Scot named 8aune ers. '8aiindara.,sald an American, 'did you ever read the history of America?" 'Awcel, I canna say I he v. sauna ers replied. Then I'll lend you the book.' said the American. 'I'd like you to read about Qeorse Wanblngton.' quired coldly. Mr. Crlmm. Monsieur, "I did escape last uichl," the" ambassador ciplalncd. Immediately they ut they know It puiB:ieJ tho Into my own house, these two nod (mother and draggod mo Mon Dleu, Monsieur, Okck here! How shall we explain tho fact that the powor of public opinion has proved so much moro effective In the struggle) ngatnst the up rend of the gambling vlco and tha social evil than In tho crusado naglnst tho curse of the alcohol hahlt? Tho explanation can certainly not bo found In the lack of effort Without the tenth part of the energy- and the moral enthusiasm devoted to the promotion of temperance, gambling, lotteries and the t raffle In obscene literature have been reduced to a practical minimum, flam ing, In Its worst form, onjoyed for generations the protection ot civilised ' governments in Europe and America, tho interests ot the gambler wore pro tected by the Inveteracy of the vice' and tho lavish oxpendlturo of money bribes, and yot we see that In less than a quarter of a century tho public gambling hell ot Christendom havo Th Poke Weed. been reduced to a den maintaining a precarious exlsteuco In n small prinof the poisonous substance con- cipality of the Italian peninsula. There is a large number ot poison count ous plants In tbe United States which, tained In It. Tho flesh ot tho berries Tho only logical explanation can bo on account of their limited area of Is eaten with Impunity by some birds, found In the clrciimatanco that those growth, and sometimes of the uncer- but Its use by human beings cannot vices have been generally recognized tainty of our knowledge concerning bo recommended. as unqualified evils, whllo a large proIntheir evil effects, are comparatively Poisonous Character. Most portion of our fellow mon still labor little known, Alt poisonous plants are stances of poisoning arise from over- under tbe fatal delusion of tho belief not equally Injurious to all persons, doses when tho plant has been used as that, within certain limits, a taste for nor to all forms of life. Tho United a medicine, but there are also acci- Intoxicating beverages can be InStates Department of Agriculture has dental cases due to the eating of the dulged with Impunity, write Felix U gathered Information concerning thoto root, which has been variously mis- Oswald. M. I)., In the Union Signal. that are well known and widely spread taken for that of tho parsnip, arti- They persist In calming their own misIn growth. Tbe well known poke root choke, and boreradlsh. A few fatal givings with the belief In tho Poke; cases of poisoning of children have has various local names, of moderate drinking, and ot poke root: garget; pigeon berry; ce- been attributed to tho fruit, but the "moltdcr stimulants," confoss cum; Jalap; shoke; American night whether death was really due to the the evils of Intemperance 'and In the only shade; crowberry; cancer root; ebon-gra- s seed or the pulp Is uncertain. Tho sense of an admission that all excess plant; evidence Is chiefly against tho seed, Is Injurious. "The fact that stimu(La.); redweed; red-Inpocan'bush. for It U known to contain a poisonous lants can be swallowed In health enDescription and Where Found. A substance. dangering overdoses," they argue, Poke weed Is a violent but slow act- "does not Justify tho plan to lesson smooth, rank, succulent, perennial, six to nine feet high, with a thick ing emetic, vomiting beginning only that danger by r Wo laws. root purplish stoms, largo after about two hours. It also affects might as well prevent tbe sale ot meat tha nenes and muscles, producing and sugar, because a surfeit of meat alternate leaves, and numerous elon retching, spasms, scrnro purging, and pies and pastry may result In dyspepgated clusters of small grccnlsh-whltDeath Is ap- sia, lie tnmperato In flowers, which blossom through the sometimes convulsions. all things, and summer, and aro followed In autumn parently duo to tho paralysis ot the defend tho palladium ot personal liborgans. by shining purple-blacberries. Tho respiratory erty." plant is native to the United States, And too many of our brothron enand grows In rich, moist soils, espe CALVES DRINK courage those delusions by still ascribcially as a weed In cultivated and ing Intemperance to the "temptations waste grounds, from Mnlno and NorthMUCH WATER ot unrestrained appetite," and the ern Illinois to Florida, and westward "passions of mirpgenorate naturo." to Texas, Eastern Kansas, and South Tho dread of chronic alcoholism may Half Barrel Clennotl and ern Minnesota. deter many young ium from tho perilTwice Dally Will Uses. Tho poke weed has many ous first steps nn the road to ruin, Sorvi Nicely an a Drinking- Trough. household uses, but somo chemical or and the grim logic of experience may Iniluco a few bail confirmed drunkards mechanical manipulation seems necessary to prevent til effects when It Is Calves, like other farm animals, get to rcnounco their vlco In tlmo, but eaten. The root and tho alcoholic ex- thirsty even though milk forms a we can never hopo to get n stroko nt tract ot the fruit aro quito commonly largo part of their ration. Calve tho root of the upas tree till wo can used ns a household remedy for tho Ihreo months ot ago wilt drink as enforce tho rencrnl recognition of Itch and other skin diseases, and for much us ftvo quarts of water dally ' tbo truth, thnt the alcohol habit tn all rheumatism. The fresh shoots aro per head. They llko to drink often, Its forms ts a wholly abnormal passion as distinct from a natural nppetlto as rather widely esteemed as a substitute sipping a little at a time. I A half barrel 'cleaned and replen- poison from wholesome food; that tho for nspantgus, but In the preparation considerable caro Is exorcised to re- ished twice dally, wilt servo nicely . Indulgence of thnt passion, uvon In ject tho root, for small quantities Im- as a water trough. Another good ' tho slightest drgreo. Is resisted by part a bitter tasto to tbe mess, and device Is nn automatic walerer which tho veto of a sanitary Instinct which larger amounts will prove dangerous, may be easily cleaned, situated a lit- can never be outraged with Impunity, The water In which the shoots aro tle above the floor to keep out tho nnd that tho apparent exhilaration folfirst boiled is also rejected on ac litter. lowing tho gratification or n long perverted appetite Is Invariably followed by that depressing reaction which makes every poison vlco a losing game and Inexorably defeats the to attain a surplus ot happl-nns- s by tbo Influenco of unnatural stimulants, (n other words, wo must deprive the rum seller of u factitious moral support by opening tho eyes of his victims to tho fact that tbe alcohol vlco Is an unqualified evlL We must convluco the dupes of the stimulant habit that our protest ts not directed against an enjoyment Injurious only In case of oxcess, but against an unnatural vice. Incompatible with tho Interests of health and happiness, nhd moreover constantly tending to assume tbe ruinous form of n progressive and at last Irroslsttblo passion. We must try to make "moderate" tippling as odious as "mcderato" theft.) and "moderate" polygamy, WocannotJJ afford to waste our tlmo In combating the superficial errors of tho alcohol dupos, while wo Ignoro tho radical mistake at tho bottom of tholr delusion. Wo must learn to direct our efforts against tho hidden germs of a poison plant which has for ngeo resisted our attacks upon Its citubor-nn- t branches nt harm-lessncantl-llquohalf-woodo k MEADOW FESCUE FOR STOCK "'What about him?' Saunders If go now." e'est 1" "Tbat'e nil that's necessary," remarked Mr. Orlmm. "You are free to "tint there nro others," Monsieur Uoltsegur Interposed desperately, "two more somowhero bolow, and they will not allow thoy will attack I" Mr. Qriranfa listless eyes narrowed lightly and bo turned to Miss Thorne. Bhc was, a llttlo while, but he saw enough In her face to satisfy him. "1 shall .taoort Monsieur Ilolsacgur to hlo caitioge, tils Thorne," ha said, cnJuily. "These mo'n will .remain, here until I return. Take the revolver. It either of (hem so much as wags bis, You are bead shoot I uof not She smiled faintly, "I am not alrsld." Mr. QHmrn aud the ambassador wuat down the blalrs, and out the. front door. Mr. Grlmai wao Just turning to the house when from above canto a muffled, venomous, cra-a- s ashl ft shotl He took the step gains; up, two at i lime. MUs Thorne wa leaning against tho call M H is tod j the revolver lay at hsr ter "Runrrn Waahlncton.' asld tn American, 'was celebrated In blstor) tbe boy who couldn't tel. a, lie. 'Could be noT said Saunders: Man, there's no muckle to boast aboot In that He couldna lie, ye say 7 Noo we Scot's bae a higher standard o' veracity. We can lie, bub wou'tl'" . Llttl Willie Again. " came little Willie's voj from the darkness of tbe nursery. Pa gave a bad imitation of a snow He was tired and dtd not wish to bs disturbed. "Pal" came the little voice again "What Is It WUHe?" replied his fa ther, sleepily. "Turn In here; I want to ast yc sumpln'." said the little voice. So pa rose up from bis downy and. and slippers, putting on his bath-robmarched inu toe nursery. "Well, what Is it now?" ha asked. Meadow fescue Is of little value for "Say, pa," said little Willie, "It yc temporary seeding since It takes about was to leeu me cow on ooap wonts to Hatpw'i three years for the plsnts thatget well she tlr shaTlhg-crsam?do not established. On rich soil Pa!-" Interfered With Duty. constable who had recently Joined a Itcchablte Tent sent In his resignation, giving his reason that bolng a Itecbablto be could no longer carry out his duties. The commissioner said: "Why, that does not Interfero with your duties as a constable." "Yes, sir, It does," said the man, "for If I saw a drunken man In tbe strcot I could not arrest blm, because I have to refrain from touching anything containing Intoxicating liquor. A frsldT" "No." HVYeaiOld Abstainer. correspondent reports tho recent death of Daniel Dartlett, a highly respected olttxcn of Pettis county, at the somewhat advanced age of ono hundred and eleven years. Ho states that Mr. Dartlett. a strong temperance advocate for years, was also a lifelong total abstainer. A Missouri Advocates Abstinence. I could wish to dry out It gives good results, tha plants twlng relished by all farm stock. It should have a place la all permanent pasture mixtures. of abstinence realize that tholr duty Is but half discharged by their personal abstinence from drink. I would havo thorn vote as they fee), and act as they will have voted. Horse Oreeley. , make the advocate August 24. 1911 iUST WHEN TO THE CITIZEN PICK PEARS Page Seres OUTLOOKJSBEffER Woof Market Active and Firm Goods Men Busy Buyers Wholesale Centers. Dry Tear should nlrnys be picked carefully before fully ripe, without bruising, with tho stems on. They should bo laid carefully In tho picking-baskets- , which shguld hold half a bushel FOR THE CITY or so, and then bo hauled to the packing-- AMPELOPSIS house or other convenient place DOES NOT BRUISE THE FRUIT and at onco sorted Into grades, and Hardy Vine That Cling Closely to either packed or shipped or placed In Walla and Thrlvea Under Adverse Conditions. Pleker Invented That Will Sav Ap the ripening house for future shipment It Is usually better, In most ple intended to Be Kept for Any cases, especially with summer fruit, The Ampelopsla Is one of the most Considerable Tim. to pick tho trees over two or three useful hardy vines. What great im absolutely provement might easily be wrought In Apple for packing or for keeping times, although this any length of llmo should be carefully necessary, and unlea tho tree are appearance and valuo not only In city picked from tho tree to they will not overloaded may not bo worth while. bouses, but those of suburban towns lie bruised. A tho climbing of the When tbo fruit bna not been properly and country districts as well, with trtea mnde the picking tcdlout Job. thinned and the tree are overloaded a few of theso planta to soften the begin to pick tho fruit hari angles and break up tbe flatness I deTlscil a picker, n shown In tho many grower long beforo it Is full grown and send that so oitcn prevails. It lo market By thli means the trees The best plant, and the ono most aro not only relieved somewhat, but generally used for this purpose. Is I tho fruit that left swells to the Ampelopsla Veltchll, tbe largest posslblo bulk; moreover, satis- Boston or Japanese Ivy. factory returns are often secured from Among tho chief features' In, favor the early pickings. This method Is of this plant, It clings closely to. the particularly successful with Clapp's wall or other support by means of Favorlto and Ilartlctt Doth of theac Its disk bearing tendrils, requiring varieties will ripen up tolerably well considerable force to tear It away, when they are not much more than thus no straggling vines aro seen half grown. The same principle la banging down or bare place on the successfully used in handling LcConte wall once tbe Ampelopsla has grown and Kleffer pears, but these should bo over It nearer maturity to be good. Dust, smoke and other conditions Incidental to cities so disastrous to COMBINATION RAKE AND HOE plant life have little effect on the growth of this plant. ' It beautiful at all seasons, tho Implement Will Be Found Very Handy bright green foliage of early spring In Cutting Channels In Which to changing to dark green during the An Apple Picker. Set Small Plants. summer and again to the lively fall illustration, saya a writer la the PopTbo Implement shown In tbe Illus tints of red nnd orange. Kven the del ular Mechanic. 1 look n pine atlck tration I a garden wecder combining icate tracery of Its leafless sterna lu twelve (vet two Inches wide and cv- n rako with n triangularly shaped boo. winter Is attractive. of an Inch thick, and Ampelopsla Vlrglnlca or uulnquafo-llhinged a two-folength of tho inme The part of tho head or tbo rake can leaves with large bo separated for tho Insertion of new material to Its aldo ao that the enda teeth when tho old aro bent or broken. more stiltablo for growing on fences, were even, and placed an garden walls, posts or maionry en i tin cup on rich atrip ao trances to drives, walks, etc., than on that their openings would register. A buildings, owing to Ita loose habit of row of holca were punched around the growth. Thero aro many different edgo ao that a io(t pud could bu forms of this native vine, all aro beau sowed In each cup. tiful, especially la autumn, when the A etout cord waa attached to the effect of the brilliant foliage Is glor piece and run through a bole In abort ious. piece allowing end enough to the lone plants are most ureful equal the length of tbo long atrip. A for planting, especially in the small piece of heavy rlockaprlng waa placed spaces usually found abont city hous between the strips to keep them apart. es. Ampelopsls does not require par ticularly good soil, and will thrive unUSEFUL FOR PLANT SUPPORT der adverse conditions, such as In the dry soli generally prevailing close to Can Be Used to Much Advantage With the house wait I Flower and Vegetables Made Before planting remove at least a Calvanlxed Wire. of cubic foot of tho old soil and replace with good loam. A well grown pot The accompanying picture shows a plant when knocked out of the pot i up port for plant which can bo used will have a network of fibrous roots. to good advantage, both for vegetables Rake and Ho Wetder. covering tbe outside of the ball of and flowers. It Is a patented article earth. Loosen up these routs at the tbe teeth consisting of twenty-pennbut the coat I not great. It la made they will hoe la bottom before planting, as of galvanized wire, which will not runt steel nslls. The trlancular grow out Into the fresh" soli more rap- used for cutting channels In which to Idly than If left matted together. row seed or set small plants. Horticulture Should Always Be Don Before Fully Ripe, Without Bruising and With 8tems On Also Graded. BEREA Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE Of THE MOUNTAINS What Are YoHr Talents T What Are Your Alms? Berea Has the Training That Is Best Por VOD. Then enter r at Hh IN Is-n- ot Now York. n. G. Dun'a weekly review of trade said: Sentiment Is improved at Iloston, with n prevailing belief that business will soon bo much better. Dry goods Jobbers report a fair demand and orders aro well distributed. Indications appear of expansion In Industrial ac llvlty, although' curtailment Is atlll drastic at cotton mills. Men's wear woolen mills, however, nro booking a good volumo of business. Shoo factories nro busy and wool trading Is Are you not far advanced? brisk. Industrial Planta Busy. Tho wool market ia mora active and Very firm. With Industrial planta increasing operations to a moderate extent thero is moro optimism In commercial linen at Pittsburg", and wholesalers of dry goods, notions nnd shoes rccelvo goods orders for futuro deliv- well-know- 1 a bnlf-roum- ery. Visiting merchant are Increasing ln8t Louis and while purchases aro 'asually along conservative llnesj stocks or dry goods, millinery, clothing, hata footwear.- and fancy goods havo been considerably reduced1 By the Wholesale. Dealings In retail lines at Chicago were favorably stimulated by the largo numbers of visitors attracted by the aviation mart. Wholesale operations lncludo a wider variety of fall, winter and holiday goods, nnd road nnd majl orders compare well with this tlmo last year. Improvement appears la certain lines at Cincinnati, notably dry goods and groceries, and th'cro Is n. much hotter inquiry for pig Iron, with considerable actual business placed. At the Clearing Houses. Dank exchanges thla week again show a notablo Increaso over last year, tho total at nil leading cltlea In tho United States aggregating a gain of 16.(5 per cent as compared with tho same .week a year ngo, but owing to tho largo loss at Now York City there Is a decrcaso compared with 1909 of 12.6 per cent. $2,616,-994,73- FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Tho. A. Edwards, Superintendent Her yej will be placed with others llko yourself, under a special teacher, and oak most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and the commote branches and be ready to uso them. You will havo singing, drawing, fas, and household management, and frco Ono year in the Foek-datloSchool costs less than $90 and ia worth $1,000. Aro you aiming to bo a teacher? Then join tho NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnimore, Dean. Hero you will bo ao trained that you will fear no examination, and you will bo taught how tt Tho demand for Berea trained teachers far exceeds tbe supply. Aro you Interested In earning money? THE VOCATIONAL 6CHOOL8, Mile E. Marsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Bfclenee. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Course, Etc 'Here you soon double your earning' power, and learn to enjoy dolaaT things in a superior manner. Aro you desiring tho next best thing to a College Course I. Then taka two year or three year in tho GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Franc! Dean. Two E. Matheny, ycara, or three years, in SuTh practical studies aa will fit you for an hoBeV-abl- e and useful life. You select your studies from such as theso: PbyisV ology tho science of health; Civics tho sclcnco of government; QranaBaa ; the art of correct speech and Ktblcs tbo sclonco ot rfft&t and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence?; Botany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; Fhylcse-t- he (deuce of machinery! Drawing. Bookkeeping, etc.. etc. Do you wish to prepare to enter 'College? Start In the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Matheny,. . Dean. Rest training In Mathematics, Languages, Sclenco and History. TbV . Academy has Its own and Men's Dormitory, and a large taxir ojtudents of high character and ability, ablo instructors, and uso of C- legiry.ibrary and appjyratus. text-bookn tho. tch. ' Book-Bindin- letter-writing- class-room- s Berea College The Collero Itself stands noart from all tho other schools nnder Ms : agement and has long maintained tho highest standards known In the South. To conform to tho Carneglo standards we havo diminished our former rj qulrcmcntsl Required and elcctlvo studies with opportunity to concentrate Largest college library in Kentucky, LaboratorJe in particular lines. equipped for student practice. Courses leading to the degrees of A. B,-6- l 8., D. L, and D. Ped. MU8IC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Volco Culture, Piano, Tboorj-- , Dand, may bo taken for special fee with work in any of tfcjt. above acbool. Moderate Gains Mad. y and as often as required until tbe Best Way to Arrange Plants. plant becomes established In Ita new Low ornamental planta arranged In quarters. a border mas along toe nnso or the The cost and care of these planta dwelling help to break the mechanical is trifling compared with tho Improve baso lino of the dwelling, hide an ment obtained In the appearance of ugly foundation and give apparently coun tho greater solidity and reposo to tbe try. home, whether In the city or lower part of tbe structure. After planting, water thoroughly ft Useful Plant Support. can be raised and lowored to suit and tbo plant. When not 'In uto It can bo oiled and packed away for tbo next reason. It U very useful for training tomatoes, carnation, rotes or any plant that needs support. SAVING GROWTH OF PARIS IS SLOW Just Study Principles. Everyone who attempts to decorate tho home grounds should study the It Oaln Is Steady, However, and principles of plant arrangement' with Berlin Alone Dispute Third reference to harmony and general Place With It. beauty, then plan and plant for himself. The French census taken last month shows that tho Increase In tho population of Paris In the lact Ave Drop Apples for Pigs. The drop ripple from an average years has been 83,593. In ten years, orchard will maintain qulto a bunch at the same rate, tho growth would be of sboats, and will put them In mar- nbout 12.000 less than the gain In ket condition at a minimum expense Cleveland in tho last decade. As a matter of fact, tbe Increase In Paris If tho orchard la sown with rape. from 1901 to 1911 was only 132.918, tbo gain In tbo last half of tbo decade having been decidedly larger than the growth of the first five years. Thla Increase Is very small, for so great a city. In the ten ycara from 1901 to 1911 the rato of growth has been a little less than 6 per cent, which falls far below the average rate of expansion In London, Berlin or St. Petersburg, uot to speak of New York, Chicago or Tokyo. Ilut tbe gain In Paris lias been, enough to show that the French me soil for strawberries should bo' tropolis la not likely to come to a Tbo a deep, rich loam, capable of holding standstill, and It Is evidently as pros much moisture. perous aa It has been' at any time. Girdling or ringing consists in re Tbe three million limit Is not far moving a ring of bark from tbe trunk away, for the new census shows 2, or larger limbs. 46,988 residents, exclusive of several Whenever a largo limb is sawed important suburbs. from tbe tree tho wound should be at This question of suburbs renders onco covered with wax or thick paint somewhat doubtful the assertion that .More depends upon the right choice Paris Is still the third city of tho of kinds of fruit to set than upon any world. It is clear that the French other factor aa to profit In the or capital has a wide margin aver Hen chard. lln, Inside tho limits of tbe two great Horticulturists have for many year cities, but it Is not at nil certain that practiced various methods to Induco tbe population of Greater Paris, with frultfulness and with some degree of adjacent suburbs included. Is larger success. than tho total for Greater Ilerlln, usA few vines climbing up tbe porcTi ing tho samo system of Including conor over a side window glvo the dwell- tiguous suburb. ing an air of coolness, comfort and Tokyo la growing much faster than seclusion. Pari and so la Chicago. Uoth promIs probably no fruit grown ise to be on tbe heel of the French There. that will adapt itself to Buch a divers- metropolis within ten years. Hut for ity of soils and conditions aa the tbe present Ilerlln la the only city to strawberry. dispute tho Parisian claim to the While the orchard Is coming into position among tho world's great cenbearing try vegetable growing a a ters of population which come Just side line. This make one of tbe sur below London and New York. est and best sources of Income. It isn't often that tbo fruit growei Skeleton of Cat In Clock. Is concerned about bis fruit trees not When a grandfather's clock at the setting fruit, as the general tendency Ship hotel, Weybrldge, Surrey, Engof most varieties la to overbear. Tho longer apples remain on tb land, was opened, lately, It was found treo, unless tbe weather becomes toe to contain the complete skeleton of a cold to permit their exposure, tbe bet- cat. The animal must by some mean ter tbo flavor and tbe keeping quail have been shut ia the clock, which baa not been opened for many year. ties. Dradstrcot's letter said: Tho improvement which Is generally conceded to havo occurred In the later planted western crops, and particularly corn, slnco tho first of tho month, s tbo advance of the season of fall activity, and the consequent pres-encin tho leading markets of fall buyers Is nil reflected In a further slight Improvement In the volume of wholesale trade this week. Theso gains made are moderate, however, and the tendency to operato cautious ly, pending clearer views of crop out turn nnd of posslblo tariff revision Is as marked as heretofore. International Trade. Tho closo Interdependence of Inter national trado Is shown In the less sat isfactory reports received as to some branches of export and Import trade, which are feeling tbe effects of the la bor conflict In Great Britain, with the consequent interruption of or conges tion in tho usual channels. Grain, proi visions and manufactured lines exported arc most nffected by tho regulations adopted by somo steamship companies ponding tho strlko settlement, nnd oven soma lines of Import trado noto cumulative effects of past Interruptions to traffic In this country's greatest customer's territory. Collections run fair to alow. job-bino Questions Answered Berea, Friend of Working Student. Berea schools, Is not a institution. It it expends many thousands of dollars each year giving highest advantages at lowest cost, money-making . College, with Its afflliatefi " v tfttt-den- ts, requires' certain fees, bUt-,rfor tho benefit ot its and arranging' for student ' Business Failure. THE GIRDLED TREES Griding I Often Necessary Where Mice and Rabbit Have Been at Work How It I Done. Business failures In the United States for tbo week ending August 17 were 215 against 208 last week, 222 In tho llko week of 1910, 183 in 1909, 236 in 1908 and 1S3 In 1907. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people.' Our students come frpe tho best families and aro earnest to do well and improve. For any who maybe sick tho College provides doctor and nurso without extra charge. All except those with parcntn in Berea-- live In College buildings, an 6 assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to the valuo ot thoir labor. Except In win- -, ter it Is expected that all will havo a chanco to cam a part of their expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to securo employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage books, etc., var with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of tbo weather, warm wrap and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary. Tha tlve Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas ns'C other necessary articles at cost uu icuii uv.u vuoi. lug v.vlllfju nan, uu ICN. ki v . v. uai tor tho flno buildings In which sti'dants live, charging only enough roois rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding aaC towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, J1.3G a week, in the fall, and SL60 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing or lading. 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEE3 aro two. First a "Dollar Deposit," aa guarantee foe return of room key, library books, etc. Thla Ih paid but once, and Ij returned when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care of srliool buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services o! teachers all our Instruction is a frco gift), Tho Imi'denta! Fee for students is SC.00 a term, $6.00 in Academy aud Normal, and $7.00 In Collf-gl- ato courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rem br tho term, board by the balf term. Installments are as follows; a. 1 1 ant FALL TERM Incidental Feo Vocational Academy and Foundation School. and Normal. S COO I G.00 6.C0 . CoUete- 7jW 9.43- - It la often necessary to resort to to savo a treo that baa been by mice or rabhltB. This la done by forming what Is called a bridge graft. The wouud should first ho dressed by cutting awny tbo ragged edges and painting tbo exposed gating THE MARKETS Boom Board; 7 weeks 9.45 7.C0 9.15 $22.15 9.45 $31.9.0' fcurfaco with lead Slender scions are used and .are cut thinly, wedge-shapeat both ends and f Rom ono and wound (o two'lnchc Is wldo. 81lp than the the knife blade between tho bark and wood on one. side of the wound. Start one end of tho scion under tbo bark and push down flrinly, then spring out the scion nnd start tho other end under tho bark on Ihn other side In tho one-hal- paint Cincinnati Grafrt Market. Flour Winter patents $3.90a4.15, family $2.70a2.E0, low grado S2.40a $5a3.45. do fancy 2.50, hard paten. J4.20a4.CO. Wheat No. 2 red 90a 91c, No. 3 red 87a89c. No. 4 red 75a Corn No. 2 whlto 68a68 c. No. 3 82c. white 67H68c, No. 2 yo'low 66ati65ic. No. 3 yellow 65V6a66c. No. 2 mixed 6Ca6Ct4c, No. 3 mixed 654a06c. Oats No. 2 Amount duo Sept. 13, 1911 Board 7 weeks, duo Nov. 1, 1911 (20.05 9.45 I23.4S 9Jt9 Total for term If paid In advance WINTER TERM ..... $29.50 $29.00 $ 6.00 $3t t32.4 ' (31.40 Incidental Fee noom Jtrd, 6 weeks Amount duo Jan. 3, 6.00 9.00 " I .Q0 I , 7.20 9.0.0 70 9.00 9SC 40a41c, No. 3 whito 40a4"0e. Cincinnati Live Stock. Cattle- - Shippers $5.fi0a0.40, butchor steers, extra $5.75at), good to choice $5a5.C5. white 41all'-jc- . standard whltA 1912....;.... 14, 1912 Board 0 weeks, due Feb. $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $22,20 "9.00 $238 (11,70 amo way. The ncloii should now extend three-fourt-h to one Inch under tho bark on ach side. Tbe bark la tied tightly over the scion and the whole, scions and all, covered with wax. These scion are to serve as a bridge through which plant food may posa and If growth atarta on them It should be rubbed off. Thoy should be set a cloio together a possible around the stum. good to chelco S4.50a5.15, cows, extra good to cnoico ?3,5a4.G5, $4,75a6, $1.25a2.50. nulla Bologna winners S3.25o3.85, oi Ira $3.90a4, Calves S8, fair to good $6.75a7.76, Extra common aud largo Iloga via.". Good to choice packera and butchers S7.80a7.85, mixed packera J7.70u7.80, common to cuoico heavy fat nows. S4.5Ua0.5O, pigs l no ids and less) 14a Bheep Extra $3.25, gooi to 6.7S. cholco S2.50a3.15, Lambs Extra $7.10. Cincinnati Miscellaneous. Poultry Hena 11c, spring chick- 16c, luc, cuo turkoya ducks 16c. eccbo 6a7c. Egga Prlmo firsts 17c. Ilrbta l&Uc. Ilutter Creamery. extra 28V4c, firsts :ic. fancy dairy 18c Apples Yellow, 75a!)0o ba homo growr 60a78o bu. Carrot Home grown 15c u dozen. Celery Mich igan $1.25al.60 crate. KggplanU BCc dot. Honey $3J5a4 crate. Lem-on- s California $3a3.75. Unions Home grown $2i2.25 bbL Ornugca J4.25a4'iO Kaatcra i l'otato heifers, extra S5.2Ga5.S0. Total for term If paid In advance SPRING TERM (28.60 $ 5.00 $3J.20 (30.70 $320 JJ fii &3A Incidental Boom fee ( 6100 Board, S week , 4.00 C.75 $15.75 6.75 $22.50 '6jif (.75 $17.79 0.75' $24.60 Amount due March 27. 1912 Board 6 weeks, due May 1, 1912 $1179 ' C5 C23J 1 Total for term If paid In advanc (22.00 (24.00 IKJ" Experiments With 8trawberrls. Experiment madu at the Pennsylvania experiment station ahow that bill strawberries are not larger and better formed than those grown In 'siatted rowa. provided the matted row Is a narrow ono. Doth bills and matted rowa produced fruit somewhat Inferior to that from narrow matted row. It I evident that different soli conditions and cultural methods, especially In the matter of manuring, would change these results, somewhat wore favoinbly to the bill system. - Plan Now, Gome September !3th able-bodie- d young man or young woman can r.ot an educatloa as Any Berea if there Is the will to do so. It U a great advantago to (tart in the Fall and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time in tbe public school fotBM over and over the samo things, when they might ho improving' much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies with somo ot tat W young men and women from other counties and States. Make your plant to come September 13th, For Information or friendly advlco write to tho Secretary. $aU0 a bU 'h. D. Walter Morton, here, kv. Page Eight. fine Our THE CITIZEN. school Is getting along with Miss Lou I no Watson as teacher Born to Mrs. Boyd Farmer, tho 13th, a flno girl. Died, recently, Aunt Llsoy Hunter, aged about J5. Mrs'. L. Tlncher Is staying at 0. W. TInchor's, for a while. nicely ! August 24,1911. Daniol and hlB friend, Mr. Morgan, leaves a wife and two children. have returned after having asrved Mrs. Mary Slono of Now York spent a term In tho army Miss Mary sovcrat days this week with Miss Clnrkston has returned from a visit Martlsha Singleton Wash Grant Is with her sister, Mrs. Mills of Bright very lit with toothache Squlro Slng-lotof Cooksburg waa hero recentShade John Smith sold a pair of (good mules and purchased a wry ly on his way to Mt Vernon. Mrs. e o Tho lightening of ( Sidney 81ms Is spending several days f Ino saddle horse CAItICO 'lists li J11 U Mt wilLr. lit fut Ho cone.poMeMlrteMl"i last Saturday night killed a cow of . on Rrimlle Ridge, this week-- Miss tTWoBC rood filth. Wilt pUlaly. to ot tot publication, bt ' Mr. Lowls . Jas. Ctarkston has re Carlco, Aug. 21. Tho drought was Hattlo Williams Is staying a fow by lnononooHonoooonoooool.okoJoJonol.oioHoiioiololoS broken cropsa good rain last week but contly lost a good niaro. Steplicn weeks with Mrs. Nancy Ball Mr. and potatoes aro cut corn Clnrkston Is spending a few days Jesslo Simpson spent tho afternoon, M8 visiting hor son hero, now. Homer TiniTfinK nnilNTY short Mrs. Artcr McDanlel Is very with his family after a very success- Sunday, with friends on Brush Creok. SKHASTIAN poorly at present Wllllo Roberts Perry Mr. Jack Baker has been traveling ful drumming tour through good n severe attack of croup terminating bad a Sebastian, Aug. 18. Jesso Wilson, Isaacs, Aug. 18-- Wo and Orbln Smith havo boen working Misses Laura and Myrtle with tho Holiness peoplo for tho past which was very in laryngitis. Ho Is thought to bo on tho telephone lino for John Creech travcline salesman, was calling on Co. Tho rain, Saturday night, (McDanlel and Mm. T. C. McDanlel month. account of dry out of danger now. Mrs. Henry of East Bcrnstadt but are laying oft tho morchnnU hcr-- , Wodnjaday. J. badly nccdod.--On hnyo rcturncd ftttcr spending a week of Egypt Is visiting her son, ESTILL COUNTY cropa aro not doing well as Rader at U. Scott, tho Inspector for tho Lisle with relatives In Uerea. Daniel O. Tho this week on account of tho fair T4 AOKUHVILI.K Sarah Davidson Mr. O. W. Rader, this week. c,pected.-M- rs. London Undo Billy Adklnson Who and Drako Tlo Company, was hero and Board of Education for McKeo Divi- has been sick so long departed this Thursday and branded several ties. McDanlel nnd Miss Wells wero marWngcrsvllle, Aug. 14 Wo aro havBerea Is visiting Wends of ried last week. Their many friends ing somo dry hot weathor at present. sion mot hero last Saturday and fill Hfo communlty.-M- rs. Tho schools aro all closed hero this wish on Aug. 7 and was burled Aug. relatives In this happiness. Our thorn much Sub- Mrs. Dr. Rennet and son, of RichIs teaching nt ed a vacancy In Gray Hawk who York 9th at tho R. E. Nichols gravo yard. week for tho teacher's Institute. Tllllo trustee, Mr. folks, last District. Thoy also elected a chair- Ho was pastor of tho ChrlsUan church Several rattlo snakes have been kill- oncrgotlc and Interested mond, visited relatives hero a fow Hickory Flat visited homo Luther Webb, meets with tho teachman and Secretary. AlexSaturday and Sunday. Mrs. Mary E. and has dono much good In bringing ed In this vicinity recently. Mrs. A. ers and pupils every Monday morn- days last week. Mrs. Everett PIUTETT her Davis called on Turkey and Sarah sinners unto tho Lord. Tho widow Gabbard Is staying with Mr. and ing and gives many helpful sugges- ander of Cow Creek Is with very Prlvott, Aug. 13. Wo had a good Mr. Is has our heartfolt sympathy Mrs. 8. Mrs. Ellsha Gabbard this fall. Aunt tions to our large number of pupils father, Mr. L. C. Fowler, who Martha Hackor, Saturday Mrs. Is rain on tho 12th which was needed Roberts killed a largo copperhead Nancy Williams left, Sunday, for cnolled. Tho school Is attracting wldo sick Mrs. David Fowler who has Walter Rogers of Clay County imRena vory much. Lightning struck a dead It at Dan Allen'sMrs. Tlsltlng threo foot long In the yard. Orbln Clay County. Sho will mako her homo spread attention and many from other boen very sick with typhoid Is slowly oak troo near Jason Field's houso proving D. C. Wagers Is spending a Simpson who has typhoid Is Smith took a largo load of water mel- with her brother, Enoch, on New- schools havo como hero to attend.-r- Saturday evening and killed A few days with his brother, Mr. Jeff Robert Johnson Visited last Improving ons to Livingston today. Thero will found Creek for a while. Tho continued drouth has practically Wagers Miss Fan Bcrlvncr was tho York's, Sun- head of cattle. A revival meeting bo meeting at Flat Top, tho 4th Sunat tho homo of David crops and gardens. ruined tho corn began at Gray Hawk last Tuesday CLAY COUNTY guest of her sister, Mrs. Ambroso day in August. Mrs. Lizzie Lear has day Mln Tumor Is very poorly. Produco Is scarco and high. Corn is Wagers, 8unday Mrs. Lewis FowmriiNiMi Hi'iti.NtiH bought a good cow and lasted until Sunday night. The beon very poorly but is better now. David Mason dollar to a dollar and a ler, Jr., visited her sister Mrs. Ar25.- -R. B. Tay- church was dedicated on Sunday. A Grim Smith was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Burning Springs, Aug 21. Homer, now from a from II. C. Davis for quarter a bushel. Very little ran bo thur Witt, a few days, last week. largo crowd was present and plenty lor is hauling Ues to the Wild Cat of dinner on tho ground. Misses Bes- Orbln Smith, Sunday. Aunt Salllo son of postmaster Jones, Is recover- had at theso prices Our town has guest Mr. Frank Kclley of Illinois Is vissold out and gone to ing from a light attack of Switch. Albert Powell was the with so becomo a busy workshop sie Peters and Halllo Yarbcr from Adklnson has night-Fr- ank The samo dlseaso is raging In many new buildings being erected. iting here Mrs. Frank Congleton llvo with Mr. and Mrs, R. E. Nichols. of G. R. Davis, Wednesday Island Creek visited their grandCornelius bought a new steam Rogues have done considerable tho vicinity of McKeo and several Tho carpenters aro getting along and her cousin, Mrs, Fan Miller of parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Peters, now sawing logs on Pond patches by doaths havo occurred. Tho teachers nicely on tho neat houso of Mrs. Jesoo Lancaster, wero the pleasant guests mill and is week, Miss Nora Wilson and damage to, water melon and David Vaughn last Creek-Fr- ank bursting melons and tearing up vines. of this Magisterial district will hold Mnggard which will present a flno of Mrs. Congleton's mother, Mrs. brother, Clark, from Owsley County J. M. Edwards, Friday and Saturday an association at tho Pin Hook school appearance on tho hill. ' aro drilling a well at tho Pigeon MILlHir.l) Gray Hawk of last week Mr. and Mrs. Arch the sixteenth of noxt month. Lindhouse, this week. A attended the dedication at noost school NOTICE. SPECIAL V1NK last Sunday. Saturday and Sunday Wagers visited tho tatter's parents, say Murray has gono to visit his well Is being drilled at tho Seven are tho regular meeting days at Oak Vino, Aug. 18 Tho farmers of L. C. Fowler, Sunday Mrs. Hsrvo Tho Citizen is Informed by Mr. fatMer In Indiana. Chester Rico who school houso also. Dan Allen Pines Grove. Thero are two people to be were well pleased with Gabbard Is very sick at this writpurchased a good marc from Mrs. baptized. John Judd has been very Jacob S. Mooro of Mildred of tho has been working In Hamilton, Ohio, this placo Misses Martha and tho good rain last weok as It hail ing. loss to Mr. Jason Fields of alt his has rcturncdfl-Th- o Polllo Ingram for $80 Miss Magglo poorly for tho last two weeks. Mr. cattlo numbering four head thru Pollna Hare of Irvlno wero welcome been the first for several days Mr. la visiting her uncle, George noach Thomas Brumback and wifo visited Mrs. Geo. Downey of llader's FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Roach, at Green Hall. Rev. Henry Mr. and Mrs. James Brumback last tho killing by lightening, and tho visitors hero last Saturday. Mr. Alex and attendwant of tho Swlnford, wifo and family visited Creek visited the former's brother, further distress and Mulllns and Rev. Wm. Wise My farm of 100 acres, one and one-ha- lt Saturday and Sunday. Mc- - Ben Downey, last Saturday and Sunfamily owing to old age and tho slck- - friends hero on Suturday.-Icss- o ed church at Annvlllo, Saturday. miles from Dreyfus, Madison Co. Hurley had an day Miss , Alice ANNVILXB Rev. O. P. Hacker is expecting to apple cutting last Friday night. Sho close to schools and church. Most of Annvlllo, Aug. 12. Tho weather Knob to start, Friday, to Kerby got a nice lot of fruit cut Miss the farm In grass, 15 or 20 acres of EDUCATION AND GOVERNMENT preach, Saturday, and Sunday. Born continues very hot and dry, and tho Frances Ward of Mauldcn visited good bottom, the rest rolling. Much Pennington, a farmers are getting anxious for rain. to Mr. and Mrs. John CAN have no free State except with an educated peoMiss Julia Ferguson, Saturday night, post timber, cedar and locust and Miss Muyskens visited at McKee Sunday fine baby girl. There is ple, for government must either come from within or two days this weok. Messrs Frank and reports a nice time Misses some tlo timber. A good six room School at Pine Flat every Sunday Sudle and LIUlo Sandlln who havo house, barn and other out buildings. without. Men must.be made to obey the laws of right Miss Sallle and Ira King who have been sick evening at two o'clock. Spring near house. Well watered by been visiting their grandmother, and wrong, either by force from within or force from without. were with typhoid aro Improving. Ira Cunagln and Mr. Cyrus Boggs Clark, havo returned to their springs, creek and pond. In connecup and walk around some and obey by force from without, that is despot If they are made to married last Saturday, at tho homo can sit John Wilder tion will trade my restaurant at Lonhomo in Illinois-M- rs. wo hope will soon bo well entirely. ism. We cannot have liberty unless we have forces within the of tho bride. We wish them a happy is sick. Charley Recce who has don, Ky which Is ono of tho best H. C. Ingram from Murphysboro, individual impelling him to right courses of conduct. We must life. Tho Infant child of Mr. Willis beon down with fever for sJverol business stands in the country. III., ls'vlsltlng his father and mother compel order in one way or the other, by police, prisons, and Seals died recently. Dan Morris and Address, weeks Is about well' again. Mr. Ross arms, or by reason and by conscience. We have to choose bebeen here. Last Saturday evening a parLeonard Isaacs of Berea have J. E. Plttman, Wilson, of Malcolm, and Miss Laura ty of 19 young people bad a picnic the standing army and the schoolhouse. It has been said tween hauling tan bark for Albert Powell. Dreyfus, Ky. Woods, of Chcstnutburg, were marsupper in the grovo near Mr. E. that we can not afford the schoolhouses and the teachers; then we IIUOH. ried, Aug. 17th. May their years bo Pennington's residence. All enjoyed must pay for prisons, for the police and for the standing armies. CALIFORNIA Hugh, Aug 21. Several from this tho supper that had been prepared long nnd happy. Julia Ferguson purWe have to do one or the other. place attended church at Klrby Knob, by the young ladles. After the supyou are thinking of coming er chased a nice parlor set at Mr. J. It It has been proven that it costs a great deal more, several Mrs. Maggio Burns of per the party went Sunday. W. Jackson's store at London, last wont to know why you should cob on a hay ride to times more, to kill a man that) it does to educate him. In the who has been bo low with Welchburg. Thoso who Big Hill week. II. Burns of London baa to California, write to tae, and 1 had the pleaIndian War, estimating the cost per capita of killing Indians, it fever is able to visit her mother moved to bis now home at this place. shall take delight in UUlng you way, sure of being in this party wero as cost immeasurably more to kill an Indian savage than to educate at this place. Work has begun follows: Misses Marie Muyskens, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY and giving you any information you child. It costs a great deal more to arrest a thieving an Indian on the church and we hope It will be Mattlo may desire. I am a KentuckUa and Medlock, Mollle Johnston, 1100 xr. negro or white boy and put him in prison than it does to put him Gentry finished soon Miss Minerva Pearl Medlock, Rebecca Casteel, FanBoone, Aug. 22 Mrs. Nora Wren take a special Interest la Kentucky to school and teach him not to steal. And we have to pay for the and daughter, Delia Koerner and ny Costeel, Alma Rader, Cora Johnpeople. I have been In California ten who has been quite ill Is improving. one or the other. two children, of Indianapolis, ere son, Nora and Ethel Strong, and the Mrs. Will Sims is on tho sick list years, on the farm and thoroughly You and I must have in this country men that have been so visiting old friends hero. Mr. and Messrs. Charles and Elden Davidson, this week Mrs. Huff Is no bett'T. understand the soil and conditions. trained and educated that they can govern themselves or they Mrs. Geo. Benge were the guests of S. Max Nelson, Berry Little, Jesse Mrs. A. D. Logsdon and daughter If you think of coming to California community. A man who can never will make a Kerby Knob. Alex Truett, Ed Strong, L. O. W. Johnson of T. Medlock. All of Berea wero visiting relatives ut drop me a line. not govern himself can not safely be called upon to help govern Perry's baby Is not any better at this reported a Jolly time. Tho Misses Tours truly, II. L, Bishop, a Boone, Sunday. J. Levett made other people. Dr. Lyman Abbott. writing. Some ono stole a fine water- Susie Gulnn and Rosella Roberts from business trip to Madison, Saturday. Klngsburg, Frsnso County, Cat Benge, Sunday, melon from G. M. Beroa are visiting their cousins, the J. H. Lambert went to Mt Vernon, while ho was at church. There will Misses Mattie and Pearl Medlock and ness of a daughter, and he requests Saturday, on business Miss Mary ice cream or box supper at Mollio Johnston. Mrs. R. M. bo an 1CLD Croutch of Berea Is visiting friends Tate that the matter bo made public so Parks school house, Saturday night, from Hustonvllie is visiting Miss that tho friends and neighbors may BRAN and relatives near Boone lames Sept. 2nd, for the benefit of the new Mattie Medlock this week. L. Q Thomas returned from Virginia a T. come to helr relief as they most church house which Is not yet com- Medlock from McKee visited home, surely should do, and no doubt will few days ago Rice Lamb of Duluth Having decided to move to. Richmond pleted. We hope everybody will come Saturday and Sunday. I will on m In Boono one day last week. Jesse Truett as soon as they are acquainted with and bring pockets full of money made a business trip to McKee, Sat- the circumstances. Tho Citizen sugJess Wren and A. D. Lovett were in Wedsesday, Sept. 6, 1911. Drying apples is all the go. urday. Charles and Elden Davidson gests that some one who is thoroly Madison ono day last week, Andre v at 10 o'clock A. M., offer for sale pub-licl- y acquainted with the family and their CLOVER BOTTOM.. Wren bought a nice horse from W. and Berry Little visited L. T. MedThe lock, Saturday night and Sunday. my farm of noeds take tho matter In hand and Clover Bottom, Aug. 20. Wren. J. H. Lambert was tho guest start and carry around a subscripMasonic Lodge at this place set a of J. Huff of Snider, Sunday WIND CAVK N. J. Coyle of Berea was In Boone, Sun fine dinner and had a march and Wind Cave, Aug. 18. We are need- tion for their relief. 100 some good speaking on tho 19th Inst ing rain in this vicinity. Mr. Joe day The Misses Hattlo and Lydla situated l miles from Silver Creek OWSLEY COUNTY Levett made a business trip to Be- Station, 3 miles from Kirkaville.and and everybody reported a fine time. Ward Is teaching a singing school at UICETOWN roa, on Monday. John Johnson Is at 7 miles from Richmond, Ky. Thin S. W. Abrams and Robert Abrams Wind Cavo this weekGentry Lakes Aug. 18. The drouth RIcotown, home from Illinois, where ho has farm is well improved and as proarc very low with typhoid fever-Ma- rtha has returned home from Berea, this was broken last Saturday with a ll boen roslding for some time. week. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dunsll good rain, which was very much Dean has fever. Sarah ductive laud as theieisin tliecounty, and son, Roy, have returned from and Mrs. Flora Judd attended meet needed Jas. R. and Lawrence GabnocKoni well watered. It has on it a Rockford, Aug. 21 Wo aro havIllinois and are cured of the Illinois ing at Gray Hawk from Friday till bard spent last Saturday and Suning very dry weather at this time-- Mr. Nice Eight Room S. A. Englo disposed of a Sunday. There was a large crowd and day with Elmer E. Gabbard at Crock fever Buck Johnson was at Rockford, number of cases In his court yester- plenty of dinner on tho round, Sun ettsville Mr. and Mrs. Will Gabbard Monday, looking for some shingles. a good bnru and all necessary out. day. Four penal offences and some day. Mrs. Lottie Lakes is visiting of Cow Creek aro the parents of a of her parents this week. Mrs. Delilah fine baby boy. It's name is James. We havo had a splendid meeting at buildings; a good orchard; all but 40 civil cases W. A. Hammond Macedonia with 11 added to tho acres of the farm is in grass. Rockcastle County and C. P. Moore Lakes and Mrs. Millie Fowler wero The Institute is in session at Boone-vill- a church Miss Bula Vlats Is somo of McKee were In our midst yester- tho guests of Mrs. Flora Judd, Wed this week. Miss Lucy Banks of 1 also odor for sale better Mr. and Mrs. Grovcr Thomday. Corn crops are improving elnco nesday, Tobe Dunsll Is visiting ut Paint Lick Is visiting relatives at 2 brood mares, and good workers, as aro the proud parents of a son. the good rain. Born on the lGth, Wind Cave for a few days. Messrs. 'this ploco and Cow Crock. Meredith 2 fillies, Both mother and babe are doing well. to Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Stanerfer, a Willie and John Lakes left yester Reynolds of Eversole was hero last 1 saddle horse, Mrs. Nora Wren who has been sick boy. Mother and child are doing day on their way to Boyle County to Friday and Saturday Mr. and Mrs. fine I family horse, for soma time Is better Jewel and well. Born on the 20th, to Mr. and work. Gardons and potatoes are al- Elmer E. Gabbard, who are located I yearling horse colt, LIUlo Ogg aro visiting relatives at Mrs. H. N. Dean, an eleven pound most a complete failure In this neigh-- , at Crockettsvllle, spent last week with I yearling horse mule, doing fine but mother borhood. Our school at this place J. L. Gabbard and family of this place Some sorry lads visited girl. Child this That suit you've been J. W. Todd's molon patch, Saturday ,1 pair of horse mules, well broke, poorly. Reglna Hatfield passed thru is progressing nicely with Miss Cora placo. Mr. Albert Hall of Cow Creek 1 fat cow, night, and stole most all tho melons here yesterday onroute for her home Davis as teacher. Rev. Clauntz held and Miss Elizabeth Gabbard of this planning to buy, the one 1 fresh cow, that woro rliw and if they are not near Lancaster. Florence Blcknell a meeting at the Parrot school house place wero married last Wednesday that will fit, wear well careful they will seo troublo over It 3 Jersey milk cows, has been on tho sick list for a few last Sunday, there was a largo crowd afternoon at the home of tho brldo's 4 heifer calves, Boys, bo careful, don't take that days. Delia Gentry and her mother, and a good meeting Ewell Isaacs has father, H. C. Gabbard Miss Mao and not .co t too much. 2 nice yearling Jersey heifers, which does not belong to you; It tho visiting Just completed his now house. Mr. Minter Is attondlng the Institute at of Indianapolis, Ind., are I pedigreed yearling Jersey bull, owner don't seo you there Is an eye and Mrs. Matt Dunsll wero the Boonovllle, this week. Elmer Gabrelatives and friends at this place. 1 extra good 11 mo. old red boar, above that docs seo you. Mr. and guestB of,Mrs. Ebb Lakes, Wednesday bard preached at the Grassy Branch MeKEE Come in and say SHIELD Mrs. Robert Bowman are still at 7 sows and pigs. school houso last Wednesday night McKee, Aug. 14. Tho Teacher's night. BRAND clothing to us Rockford; staying on account of no 14 shoats, and at Esau, Friday afternoon. Mrs. Division GBAYllAVfK Association for Educational 1 wagou, water where they llvo at Kingston. Gray Hawk, Aug. 21. Apple drying Mollle Lucas Is visiting relatives at No. 1, was held here last Saturday. and we'll fit you out to 1 wagou, The llttlo child of Clint Northorn Mlsa Lena Koiker and Miss Han- and canning Booms to be all the go Levi this week. Miss Rachel Robin- -' 1 binder, has boen sick but Is better Mrs. a " T " in the clothes you nah Hoekje, teachers of tho McKee now with tho ladles. The dedication son Is staying with Mrs. 1). Wilson 1 hay rake, Charley Thomas, of Hamilton, Is visAcademy, who have been Hway tak- of the new church at Gray Hawk on Cow Creek. Mrs. Henry Gabbard want to Buy at the price iting relatives near here. John T. 1 cutting harrow, ing their annual vacation returned wont off nicely. A good dinner was and sister, Miss Mollle Wilson, of 1 good cider mill, Stophens is still working at the you want to pay. last week. School at tho Academy served to all. There was also lots of Cow Creek, spent last Thursday night Farming implements and gear, band mill, near Wlldio. began Miss Bearlo good preaching thru the week by the with J, L, Gabbard and family. H, this morning. 1 set of wagon harness, (IKLANIXI who has been visiting Mrs. Messier Revs. Johnson, Rice and DeYoung of W. Minter was at Boonevllle, Satur1 uew side saddle, R. W. Bicknell Orlando, Aug. 19. Mr. Geo. Rader the past month has gone to Annvlllo the Dutch church; Saturday and Sun- day and Sunday, Daniel Robinson 2 barrels of apple vinegar, who has boon very 111 with typhoid purchased a fine yoke of oxen from for a short stay Revs. Ball and day by the Elder T. U. Stratum. Boeaeville, Ky. Is slowly Improvlug. Sunday was Household & Kitchen Furniture Combs are holding a protracted meetJ? O. Bingham paid J. B. Bingham a John Frost of Cow Creek for $125. w Terms made known on day of sale. regular church day at Mapla a rove. INLAND CITY ing at the Christian church this visit one day this week. Jas. BrumServices wero conducted by Rev. MrAny one deslrlm to look over Twenty-fiv- e Island City, Aug 17 There have or thirty from back, the mule trader, bought four week. Parker Aunt Martha Towns-le- y the place, and will notify mo, I will McKee attended ths dedication of fine young mules recently, Corn boen some good rains In this neighcontinues very 111 Rev. W, M. be glad to meet you At tillver Greek. tho new Methodist church at Gray looks well here since the good rain borhood within tho past few days. J. T. JONKS, Williams, who has been suffering o Hawk last Sunday. Attorney J, It. came, but water Is scarce. Mr. and A. J. Fuller of Flnley, Ohio, Is hero It. I). No. a. long with consumption, died, Aug. Lloweilyn went to Livingston one day Mrs. D. M. Ward and family bavo looking after bis lumber which Is beRichmond, Ky, 17, and was laid to rest, the IStb, in Margaret Phone 217 Ring 2. Mrs. boen paying W. B, Metcalf a visit ing hauled to Idamay. last week on legal business, Ho Long Tom Clienault, Auctioneer. the old Flat Rock cemetery. Little, mother of Sheriff, L. C. Little, this week. They say they like Berea Moore who has been visiting friends East Kentucky Correspondence i News You Get Nowhere Else I j for tho past week left for hor homo mm In Knoxvillo, today. Revenue captured a moonshlno distillery, Frl- day, In Clay County, but the opcrat- ors oscaped. Leonard Peters and wife left, Monday, for their homo In KnoxvilleW. C. Gentry has a nice pair of mules for solo for 13C0. Miss Eva Chadwoll left. Monday, to attond Instltuto at Booncvlllc. There wlll be a perfect land slide In tills part of tho County for O'Rcar. J on I ' IZ dyph-thorl- a. 1 WE Mrs-Marth-a g J Public Sale ACRES Az-bl- Housefc , J5e Aave It A three-year-ol- d " two-hors- e one-hors- e i it Dll-la- rd