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F AULKNUt, JMrd at IU reit f Ma gsr M cUm Btrn, tft wwtur. k'f,, mil The Citizen BEREA, MADISONi COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 31, 1011 Knowledge ii pover aad the way to keep op with modern knowledge k to red feed newspaper. to tlio Interests of ttie :hffoTriteEL People One Dollar a year. No. 0 Tel. XIII. Five cents a copy. 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. DISHONEST WAY TO GET THE CITIZEN We have been greatly disturbed this week again by from people who do not get their papers regularly. One gentleman was reported who only gets about one a month. Of course the first thing we did in his case, as in every case, was to see if our records were all right. And they were. The stencil from which his paper is addressed is in the midst of about ten others that make up a bundle for his office. This bundle is addressed to that office and is to be opened by the Post Master who distributes the papers alphabetically according to the name on the top margin of each. If the bundle goes to the office there is not one chance in ten thousand that any subscriber's paper fails; and the bundle always goes. We repeat one chance in ten thousandfor we address The Citizen by machinery and we have only found one stencil or name misplaced in the last fouf teen months. ThVossibility that the fault is ours is then much less than one , chance in ten thousand. But whose is the fault? We will state the case and let the reader decide. At that particular office, as everywhere elsewhere The Citizen is well known, it is very much liked, and we have it from a reliable source that any papers that have not been called for by the subscribers, Saturday afternoon, are loaned out to anyone who wants to read them over Sunday. Of course, many of them are neither returned to the office nor handed to the subscriber. We also know that at that office anybody can lift anybody else's mail whether permission has been given or not, and so in this way The Citizen is often read at the expense ef the subttiber and at eur loss, for we soon lose the subscriber, he being unwilling to continue paying for something he cannot get something that is stolen from the mails before it reaches him, or what amounts to the same thing that is lost thru the carelessness and indifference of post masters. Do we know what we are talking about? Of course we do. We have various and easy ways of finding out. Here is moreevi-denc- e another case: One of our agents induced a poor boy, who was struggling to support his father and mother, to subscribe for The Citizen. After a month had elapsed the agent was back in the neighbor, hood and, happening to meet the boy, inquired how he liked the paper. "I have only seen one copy" was his response. The agent expressed surprise and asked the young fellow to go with him to the office to see what was the difficulty. On Hearing the office a company of men were sitting around a spring listening to one of their number read from a newspaper. The agent sent the boy into the office to inquire for his paper while he joined the men at the spring. The boy soon came out and reported that the post master bad said that his paper did not come. "That is strange," said the agent. "These men seem to have gotten theirs and yours should have been in the same bundle." At that point the man who was reading to his companions spoke: This is not my paper. It is Mr. ." And turning to the boy; "I have yours in my pocket here." Who is to blame? Better say, how long will the people put up with that kind of service from "Uncle Sam." We have no objection to everybody in the community reading The Citizen. In fact, we are jglad to hear that it is handed around, but it ought to reach the subscriber first and be "loaned out" handed around by him. com-plaints Be Safe Not Sorry bank and conduct its business on lines of the strictest conservatism. In abort, it la the rate that ia 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. "Better be safe than sorry" is a good maxim to observe in choosing a place for investment. We pay 4 per cent the safe rate. 4 Per Otitis the limit of what can be paid by a Berea Bank & Trust Co. OFFICERS A. Isaacs, Pres. J. W. Stephens, Vlce-Pre- s. John F. Dtan, Cashier FAMILIAR LETTER FROST FROM PRES'T HEWS OFJE WEEK R. R. COYLE CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE FIRST PAGE Editorial. News ot Week. In Our Own State. Familiar Letter from Viva. Frost. llnlly Song. How the Early Kentucky Settlers secured powder. SECOND PAGE. General News. Sermon The Importance of Knowing God. Ill OUR OWN STATE Mrs. Roark Honored Newspapers Break Ranks The Democratic Edwards and Powers Platform Unite. MRS. RUIC N. HO ARK HONORED BY EDUCATORS Mrs. Rule N. Roark, ot tho State Normal at Richmond, Ky has been chosen na leader ot tho Woman's Department ot the Southern Educational Association which meets at Houston, Texas, November 27, to December G. Mrs. Roark haB been chairman of tho Kentucky Federation of Women's clubs for several years and has been an enthusiastic worker In improving tho educational conditions In her territory and following up tho work which she and Dr. Roark had planned beforo his death. In tho new position, which Is con- Temperance Notes. THIRD PAGE Democratic Platform. General News. Corner for tho Juniors. Sunday School Lesson. FOURTH PAOE Locals. Educational Picnic. FIFTH PAGE IntenslVo Farming. Smut of Wheat. Hessian Fly. Letter to the Editor. SIXTH PAGE sidered as one of great Importance nnd honor, she will havo an opportunity to further the great work for tho betterment of educational conditions ot the rural schools throughout Continued Story. Something for the Llttlo Ones. Home Town Helps. SEVENTH PAGE tho Southern States. NEWSPAPERS BREAK RANKS 1 fjr For somo time news has been com ing from all parts of tho state that the people, both Democrats and Re' publicans are rallying to the O'Rcar banner. Indeed this was to havo been expected from the principles which they see laid down In tho Republican platform. However, the people are not alone In the rally for "popu0PENIN6 DAY IN EARLY FALL lar government" for within tho last few days Tho Webster County Times, RALLY SONG an independent newspaper published In a Democratic County. In the SecHear the soul inspiring call Clad proclaim to students all ond district, togother with the Calloway County Gazette, a strong Demofjpenlng day in early fall At Old Bereal cratic paper In the First District, Here's tho place and now's tho hour have both broken ranks from their Stores to gain of Wisdom's power former positions and joined bauds Worthier far than rich man's dower with the people. Tho Times announces as follows: At Old Ilereal Leaser tolls are now laid by, "Tho Times has, as you know, Conrage gleams In every eye, changed management and while it Youth resolves to do or die lias bcn run heretofore an an indeAt Old Bereal pendent paper, I foel that a newspa- Light the fires on every hill, Spread the news with right good will, Learning's lamp glows brighter etlll At Old Bereal Raising and Handling Melons. TlmoUiy-T- ho best Paying Crop. Poultry and Poultry Notes . Weeds, Grass and Potatoes. EIGHTH PAGE Eastern Kentucky Nows. A Life on the Farm. per should have sufficient backbone to take a stand for what it considers right, and I am frank to say The Times will support Judge O'Rear and tho State ticket at tho coming election. While personally we have no fault with Mr. McCreory, yet we feel that his failure to take a permanent stand on questions of vital Interest, not only to tho political parties, but to the home, church and society, warrants our taking a stand with tho man who has backbone to defend right and condemn wrong. We find In Judgo O'Rear a perfect gentleman, bravo as a lion, and, we believe, tho man who will make tho grand old State ot Kentucky a good chief executive." The Gazette received and publish ed a long letter of congratulations from Clarence E. Woods, a lifelong Democrat, and former Mayor of Richmond, McCreary'B home town, In which ho explains his reasons for McCrcary and states that "William J. Bryan last November re fused to support tho Democratic can didate for Governor ot Nebraska because the latter opposed tho temperance issue. Mr. Bryan is still rated as a Democrat. So am I bift this year I'm for O'Rear and I will meet on the listump any ot my quor Democratic friends on the lBsue: vWhy should O'Rear be our next Governor?" office-seeking, THE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM the third pago ot this issue appears the Democratic platform upon which tho Democrats hope to elect James B. McCreary for Governor at tho coming election. In the issue of July 20, we published the Republican' platform upon "which Edward C. O'Rear challenges his opponents. This is a chance for our readers to compare the two side by side, to study the merits and demerits of each. These are the issues upon which the future Government of Kentucky rests. It is now In the hands ot the people to decide whether the "people shall rule" for the next four years or continue to "be ruled" as they havo been In. years post. On EDWARDS AND POWERS UNITE It Is reported that' Don C. Edwards and Congressman Caleb Powers propose a joint canvass of the Eleventh district for O'Rear. This announcement Is even more surprising to some than that ot tho two newspapers of tho Western part of the state that have doclared for O'Rear. For such actions there must bo many reasons and there are. Along with others, is the absence from the Democratic platform of a single word in regard ,to tho of the State. Upon this rests the representation ot tho people In the legislative bodies and Contlaotd an Fourth Page J. - W. Dlnsmoro. HISTORICAL GLEANINGS How Early Settlers Secured Powder. Madison, Wis., July 16, 1911. Editor of The Citizen: We cannot rocognlzo too much our debt to tho pioneer settlers of Kentucky In tho days of tho Revolutionary War. Though fow in numand ber, it was their courage determination that made It possible to dofeat the plan of tho British to get possession of all tho land west of tho Allegbanlcs. I was much touched as I came upon tho two old documents which 1 copy for you today. A noto on them called attention to tho fact that they had been found in tho walls of an old house in Virginia when it was torn dowu. They show tho eager striving of those old pioneers to get possession ot powder, that article - FURNITURE 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. Taft Opens Fight Insurgents Still Awake Democrats Aroused Dr. Hyde Refuses Senatorshlp. This week I have had a singular experience, which may interest my TAFT OPENS FIGHT I friends who read these letters. In a speech at Hamilton, Mass., traversed on the cars the country In Aug. 26, President Taft began tho which I spent several important years 1912. Ho scored the Inmy boyhood. My errand was to campaign for of surgents, giving special attention to visit Ft. Atkinson, Wis., where LaFollette, and declares that Clark Hoard publishes Hoard's Dairy- and Underwood were In plot to make man which is tho authority on that capital out ot "Revision." He will subject for practically the whole of start on tour ot the Western states, North America, and where the Kent SeptlC, during which tlino he will Manufacturing Company make patvisit 24 ot the leading states, makent Stanchions and other devices ing speeches In behalf of the adminisThe for tho benefit ot dairymen. tration, making the Tariff the main people of Wisconsin seem to have Isriio ilpfnnrtlni hn TJerlnrorltv nerpe- surpassed those ot other states in ment, and waging war In the Insurdairying, and I have gent's successful territory. wished to get some ot their cattle INSURGENTS STILL AWAKE and some of their fixtures, and above Congress has adjourned but the all, some ot their ideas, for my game goes on. The Insurgents are friends In Kentucky. on tho warpath since Pres. Taft's I came to be a Wisconsin boy In recent speech in Massachusetts, and this wise: My father received from believe he has started a vigorous his father, ten acres ot land on the campaign against them. ot Janesvllle, Wisconsin. It outskirts Senator LaFollette, candidate for was bought at an early day when It tho Insurgents for the Republican was supposed Janesvllle might be- nomination for President, will open como a great city. I Was bom in Wes his campaign at Harrlsburg, Pa., next tern New York, and my memory be- Thursday, at tho convention of the gins in a little village of Arcade, Pennsylvania State Grange. Cummins Wyoming County, where my father of Iowa, and Brlstow ot Kansas, have was pastor of a church. I remember put the stamp of approval on LaFolWestern New York as a- - country of lette and Bourne, Clapp and others In the winter, maple susnowdrifts are expected to do so soon and as gar In the spring, peaches In the other reinforcements join the ranks summer, and apples In the Fall. Wo tho fight will be more determined. were In Arcade when the war broke DEMOCRATS AROUSED out, and I remember the first young Champ Clark, Speaker of the Namen who went to the army, and by and by came back on furlough tional House of Representatives, wearing their bluo uniforms. From made a vigorous speech at Qulncy, there wemoved to Rushford, Alle- 111., Tuesday, In reply to President gheny County, and spent two years. Taft's recent speech in Massachusetts. During this time the war grew more Ho said the President's criticism ot desperate and when volunteers fail tho Democrats, especially of Chairwas ed there was a draft. From Rush- - man Underwood and himself, ford we moved to Evans In Erie uncalled tor but that ho accepted tho Co., and It was while wo wero there ! onslaught as a badgo ot honor. He that Lincoln was shot, my father be- also calls to mind the action of the ing at the time In 'Washington in Democrats when tho Reciprocity pact tho service of tho United States was rejected by many Republicans, how they "pulled him out ot the Christian Commission. Congress" and my father's children were all hole In tho Sixty-firBut how they "repeated the performance boys (our one sister, Harriet, died d congress." Speakwhen four years old of scarlet fever) In the thought boys must know er Clark seems to think that tho and father how to work, so he determined to Democrats should be considered above give up his preaching for a few criticism since they havo dono so yoars and took us all onto bis great much tor Taft, but he falls to rememfarm in Janesvllle, Wisconsin. He ber the spirit in which tho Democrats had bought another ten acres near acted and the end they had in view. Chairman Underwood chimes in, by, and could rent additional laud. Being a farmer's son ho knew how In his statement, Friday, charging to do all kinds of farm work. As a the President with "exceeding his country minister, he had always kept authority and exhibiting the arrogone horse, and at this time he bad ance of George The Third," because bo used the veto, one of the safe (Contlnutd on 1'llth Tax) guards of the nation, on some ot the Democrat's most favored legislation. DR. HYDE REFU8ES SENATOR- -, SHIP President William DoWltt Hyde of MEMORIES OF MY BOYHOOD Ex-Go- v. st Sixty-secon- Bowdoln College, Maine, refused ap- WELCH'S "and Save the Difference" pointment to tho Senatorshlp made vcaant by the death of Senator Frye. Although the honor and opportunity ot doing great work for one's stato and country Is so great as to cause some men to battle thru the hottest political campaigns, to spend enormous sums of money and even to placo tholr honor at stake by using illegal processes ot securing the do- sired end that of a seat In a Legis lative body Dr. Hyde prefers to remain at the head ot tho Institution he has directed so successfully for twoutyflve years and contlnuo his work aloug educational lines. Tho Senate at present has very few profound scholars among its members and no doubt the Stato ot Maine looses much on account of Dr. Hyde's refusal to accept, as It would havo been a ercat sain to have had htm (Ceatluud on fouith (Con tioued on Kuyrth Cast) if ) Page Two THE CITIZEN THEY HAVE A MONUMENT. August 31, 1911 A family newspaper for all Fubllshnl crery Thursday The Citizen true end Interesting. thatle right DcrvA, Kf, II. C. VETERANS at HON Powee Valley Site of Gathering On September 14 COMMANDERS TO BE News for Morgan's Men Spot of Cap ture Marked by Ohloan. Green It. Keller, secretary, of tiie Morgan' Men's atsocin-tlon- , has h?nrd that tho plnco whero Gen. J. II, Morgan and his command were capttited was marked by a monument The nowa camo In a letter from Mrs. Jennie C. McMillan, of Lisbon, O., who stated that she had seen a clipping copied in a Pennsylvania paper from the Cnrllslo Mercury regarding tho Morgan's Men reunion and supposed le wo-ilbo Interested in knowing about the monument Col. Keller says he doubts It any of Morgan's men knew of tho existence of tho nonument, ns ho never heard any of them mention It. He says thai It is true they wero captured In Lisbon. O., la 18C3, nnd that he was a member ol Rio command when captured. Mrs. McMillan says that Ifco aionu-- . ment bears the following Inscription: "This stone marks tho place whero the confederate raider. Gen. John II. Morgan, surrendered his command to MaJ. Geo. W. Hue, July 26, 1863, and U Carlls!e.--Co- COUNTY FAIR DATES FOR 8EP TEMBER IN BLUE GRABS STATE. Allen Scottavllle, September H lfl. iiarrcn Glasgow, September Hell Mlddlesboro (dates not re 27-3- l. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. J. (Incorporated) P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. ported.) The Importance of'Knowing God Dy Rev. Alexander S.Taylor SI. Milk's Rffimd Ilmof Epimptl Ckuca, Cfckiri. nfffl ALCOHOLIC Dourbon llutlcr a. Calloway Campbell . Morgantown, Paris. September September Murray. October Alexandria, September 11-1- 21 Subicnption Rate TAXABLE IN ADVANCE. On year Blx Months Thro Months Port-ofnc- o PERIL OF FRANCE 5- - TEXT.-Tl- iat they mlsht know Tlw the unly true Uo.1. ami Jem Clirlit. Drink Evil's Deadly Work In Provinces whom Thou hut nt John 17:1 Absinth Taking Firmer Hold of M Sanders, People Every Year. Is In these days when knowledgo September Bend money by or Express Sponsor Is Named From Shelby Couspread through the whole earth, while Daviess Owcniboro. Voncy Ordor, Draft, Jlffgljita-N- l Letter, or One of M. ltouvler's measures for the making of many books goes meron and two cent f&unps. Graves Moyfleld. BoDtombor ntyMaids of Honor Have Been The date niter your nam on label rily on nnd much study la a weariness making up tho budgetary deficit. with Hart Horse Cave, Scptomber Selected Orphan Brigade la slows to what data your subscription Is to tho flesh, it may bo timely to rail which ho was faced Is a proposal to Kenton Newport. Aug. 2. paid. If tt Is not oliaapnd within Uirvw Specially Invited. ks after renewal notify u. Kentucky Stato Fair, September 11 attention to the Importance of know- suppress tho privilege accorded to priUMnf numbers will ba gloAty supplied vate distillers, who In provincial ing God. 16. kf we ara ixrtllled. Louisville. veterans, Confcdcrnto Whllo man Is In this mundane life France still provide a good deal of tho Ftna pnxnluma cheap, with iu-Larno Hodgenvllle. September aad prompt ronewats. Send tor members of Kentucky division, will Logan nnd Robertson Adalrvllje, there nre many things which owing to alcohol which under various names Premium Last tbo limitations of this life he shall tho rural population consumes In large oepi. Liberal terms Riven to any ona who hold their annual reunion at Pewce rraw aubscrtptiona for us. Any on never know. It Is not for him to. quantities. "M. ltouvler's proposnls Madison Richmond, September "! ending us four yearly subscription can Valley September 14, when a know the tltno and the seasons, but, wilt In nil probability becomo a Inw, McCrackon Paducah, October roera Tba Citizen tmt for himself for of tho division and commandso year. Pendleton Falmouth, September If ho be wise, ho may understand the nnd the prlvnto distillers will be supers of tho First, Second and Fourth AdrertlrtntT rata on application, Hut the Temps points out signs of tho times. Yet we are ex- pressed. brigades will bo chosen. The offlclal pressly told that far away above even that, though tho French treasury may Robertson Mt. Olivet; October MBMBETl call for tho reunion was issued by Gen. ayne Montlcello, September the Imaginations of the human mind cxpoct Ita revenuo to Increase by such In its Rbostlc flight In the one great a measure, alnce the private distillery W. D. Haldeman. In tt ho calls attention to tho fact that, tho ranks of tho the farthest point north ever reached Indestructible truth that a mnn may bad no duty to pny, yet there are othTO DAM CAVE SPRING. nay, that a tnnn must know God. er reiuons which nillKnto ngainst the confederate veterans aro rapidly thin- by any body of confederate troops durning, and urges all who possibly can ing tho civil war." If mnn would ccaso his molelike fer- adoption of this proposal and which "Erected by Will L. Thompson, East Elmendorf Farm Water Supply Run reting after the mysterious earth- the Temps unites under tho head of to attend the gathering. Liverpool, Ohio. 1909." nlng Very Low. "The Alcoholic Peril." It says thnt worms of philosophy, and come o Luncheon will bo served on the of his pessimistic darkness, nnd try the French countryman will certainly shady grounds of tho ConfederJ1MTUCKY PTUJ88 ASSOCIATION. nny GOVERNMENT EXPERT ate homo and music will bo provided T Lexington. It Is said by many old to know God and to serve him now, not modify his drinking habits residents of Fayette county that never many of his doubts would revolve more than ho can niter his Inevitable Animals suffer na well aa humanity. by a band. Comrades who have not If n man docs not know parsimonious1 character. Under tho seen one another since tho last annual Will Attend Convention of Kentucky before In their recollection have they themselves. Crop Reporters. seen the earth so dry nt this season God, he has missed the one great. Im- old regime he at all events drank The fly less city Is an Irrldescenl reunion will clasp hands and recount instances of the civil war that serve as of tho year as It Is now. It is believed portant thing; he has not yet found good spirits, whereas under the now dream. Louisville. Secretary Perry M. Shy, that Fayette county Is perhaps the dry tho key by which he may enter the regime, though tho spirits may have a bond between all men who wore tho of the Kentucky State fnlr, Is in re- est spot In Kentucky. como from the licensed distiller, It is What has becomo of the idd fash- gray. There has not holy place of his own life. How be camo here, why he came of such a character thnt Its effect Miss Lillian Welssingcr, of Shelby ceipt of a letter from M. W. Hays, act- been a general soaking rain for about ioned sea serpent? county, will bo sponsor, and Mrs. Sal-li- e ing secretary of agriculture, which ap two months. hero, why, bo goes from here and upon the health of tho Inhabitants Is Taylor Cunningham, of Winchester, proves the convention of Kentucky i At. J. B. Haggln's great Elmcndort whither he goes theio things ho most disastrous. Alaskan lec Is Just now more popu to tnko stockfnrm, In Normandy, says tbo Temps, every will bo matron of honor. Thoso who crop reporters, nnnounced lar than Alaskan coal. the famous Huasell Cava knows not The work of God speaks In no un- one who Is not absolutely a beggar at have been selected as maids of honor placo tn Louisville during tho fair. Mr, spring, from which normally gushes Paris has declared against statucB in connection with the reunion are Hays says ho proposes to detail one one of the largest streams In tho state. certain tones on this subject. It tells noon takes a cup of enffeo freely diIn frock coats. It may prefer pajamas Miss Emily Marriott, of Nlcholasville; of the experts of the government bu and from which water Is pumped to us that knowledge of God Is de- luted with elder brandy This elder pendent upon a spiritual awakening brandy costs tho prlvato dlstlllor from MIsa Sarah Chenault, Lexington; Miss reau of statistics (Kentucky branch) ull parts of the big estate, has gon Some think an electric light bulb Mary Vnnarsdale, Flemlngsburg; Miss to address the reporters. nearly dry, and every economy Is ba and a revelation from God hlraielf. n franc nnd a half to two francs per Moro compact organization of Ken lng used to and throws out more heat In summer than Mary White Cary, Versailles. conserve the water for ab We aro told that thero was a time liter,paid yet tn towns spirit which duty both to tho government In winter. when Samuel "did not know tho Lord, has Gen. Haldeman, in tho name of Ken tucky's crop reporters Is sought. At solutely necessary uses. tucky division, U. C. V., has requested tho convention members of tho body It is believed that In tho Interior of for tPo word of tho Iord was not yet and to the local authorities can bo 1.119.000 A Worcester boy killed Wo aro further purchased for a franc a liter. Tho the members of the Orphan Brigade to will discuss plans looking toward tho the cave tho stream forks, nnd onii revealed to hlra." tho next lcg oranch Is diverted to some distant out told thnt there came a time when Temps admits that this concoction files In a contest, but they will never participate in tho reunion at Pewce Introduction of a bill bo missed. Valley, and In his call for the reunion ; Islature, providing fees or salaries for let, and efforts have been made to en Samuel did know tho Lord, and all Is- may bo a marvel of chemical science, expresses tho hopo that as many mem tho men preparing these reports. In ter the cave to tho point nnd dam up rael knew that Samuel know tho but ita moral and physical effect upon What has becomo of the Lord. And tho knowledge of God so the consumers Is disastrous. Taking bers of tho Orphan Brigade as can tho past the work has been gratis to the diverging stream. fan will attend tho gathering. State fair the state. lened man who carried a palm-lea- f Impressed Itself on tho lay mind that the town of Cncn, in Normandy, ns an In summer? says that before week was chosen for tho reunion for POSTOFFICE PREY TO ROBBERH. the servant of Saul testified of him: instance, this Journal BOLD SAFE ROBBERY. "Now, thero is n man of God In this tho law mnktng the drink trade frco tho reason that there will bo reduced Do not try to Invent a new excuse rates on all railroads was passed there wero 200 cabarets, at that time, and Safe Carried .to Next County and city," A man who knew God; who for going to tho ball game. Any old for tho further reason that an oppor Lexington. One of the boldest robwalkti with God; who mndo himself or about one for every 250 Inhabitant, B(own $600 In Cash and excuse will do. felt la the national and Individual life whereas today there aro nearly E0O tunity will bo afforded Confederate beries was perpetrated when thieves Stamps Stolen. such establishments, or one for every broke into the local office of tho Stand of Israel. veterans to attend the State fair. Doctor Wiley says that men who ard Oil Co, rolled tho safo Tho key which David handed to 70 Inhabitants. Tho trade, however, Paint Lick. The postofflce was rob Do smoke nre liable to sunstroke 1(89 tho is prosperous, for whereas Into tho back yard, burst it in with an bed, CONTRACT LET FOR MODEL safo being taken several youcg Solomon was the key of Di town dues paid on alcohol In your smoking at night. ax and rifled It of $218 in cash and miles the amounted Solo"And thou. across the river Into Madison vine knowledge. SCHOOL. other valuables. The nolBe which was county, whero It was blown open with mon, my son, know thou tho God of to 113,000 francs they havo now InA New Vork woman who lost $1,000 made by the thieves breaking in the thy father, nnd servo him with a creased to 187,000 francs, or 06 per Lexington. Tho contract for erect safe was heard, but not suspecting nitroglycerine and Its contents, con perfect Joked about It. Evidently she didn't heart and a willing mind." cent tier nnnum. Ttie population of slsting of $300 In money and $300 In lng the building of tho model school anything wrong nobody have a husband to support. had the curl' stamps, secured by the thieves. About Jeremiah told tho men of his day the country, however, is on tho dewhich is to bo established in the Irish' oslty to investigate. crease. Ijist year In the Calvados de$600 In stamps had been placed in n that worldly wisdom, might and rich- partment Aviators now fly across tho English town suburb of this city, under the 1,223 moro bank for safe keeping by Postmastct es never would bring n man to glory: deaths thnnthere wero as an appe auspices of the Lexington Civic league. channel before breakfast births. Crimo nnd theft ROAD IMPROVEMENT. him Sherman Gudgel and wero thus saved that if any man would glory, was let at a special meeting of tho trip. tizer. It Is a humdrum nre on tbo Increase, as in 1S90 tho corCapt. V. G. Mulllken went to the glory In that he knowcth the Lord." school board, and ground has been controversy God's with Israel rectional tribunals registered 3.5G3 Louisville. It Is stated the Louis scene of tho robbery with two blood We are told that a dog In St. Louis broken for tho now building. The to ville & through his prophets was concern- convictions, whereas last year they expendNashville railroad bas learned to smoke. He sbowa as tal amount to pay for the work Is on ed more than $5,000,000 has the last bounds. The dogs followed tho trail ing their lack of knowledge Isaiah noted 4,149. In across the river to the point whero band In cash, a number of public-spi- r much intelligence as bis teacher. Tho drink 'question, this journal years In improving its roadbed be- tho wrecked safe was found. Here goes so far in hia rebuko as to acited citizens raising tho sum needed four tween Evansvillc and Nashville. The, thero was evidence that tho robbers cuse them of tho densest stupidity thinks, Is not only a fiscal one, but ono A hog out In Oregon ate Its own for the lighting and heating plants. and calls upon the heavens to hear of national Interest nnd Instead of enmoney has been spent in reducing er's coat and $700 In real money and The school board appropriated $10,000 grades, building additional trackage at had gotten into a buggy awaiting them, and the earth to give ear. Ho la deavoring to realize the greatest posand the trail could no longer be fol to the school, tho remainder of the seemed to thrive on the rich diet astonished that tho ox knows his sible financial profit from It the Temps money being raised by tho league by various points and straightening lowed. owner, and the ass tho placo for hla thinks that the production land 'concurves. In one instance a tunnel 4,600 One of the dancers of being married subscriptions from philanthropic peo- - feet long has been fodder, but God's pcoplo do not know. sumption of natural and byglenlo drilled through TOBACCO VERY SHORT. In an aeroplane Is that the first falling plo In this and other cities. The depravity of that day was not drinks should bo favored, whllo the solid rock. out Is likely to result disastrously. on account of the lack of religious manufacture of spirits, the basis of DOUBLE CRIME. Carlisle. Most of the tobacco of observance. The smoko from tho which is badly rectified alcohol, should DIG TIME AT FAIR. Nicholas and Robertson counties Is morning nnd ovenlng sacrifice went be watched over and hindered In order Aviator Atwood Is going to try to fly from New York to Chicago. It Is Jilted Suitor Shot Wrong Girl and Her very late this year, and there Is every up as regularly as tho days came and to combat that which constitutes a Shclbyvllle. "Loulsvlllo day" at tho evidence of a very short crop. The went. may find the sincerely hoped that he social and national danger. Escort and Killed Himself. Shelby county fair brought out ono of tobacco was planted late and the ex flying good. Tho drink beloved of tho modern It was n time of decent, decorous. Oakley. At a country church Bert tho largest crowds in the history of treme dry weather hns retarded its esthetic, eye pleasing, ear tickling French mnn has had tho misfortune to One wny to keeD cool In summer Is Allen shot and wounded Miss Crlsty the association. There was a fine dis- growth. Although cutting time is here service; but it had no core; thero attract attention Itself, and the eye Ono Is Hensley and Will Hurley, her escort, play of horses, no other class of stock not near half of the crop has been was no heart In It It was all exte- of the political economist has fallen to avoid summer resorts. being exhibited. Nazimova, the fa- topped. With n late season not half likely to bo prostrated when one pon as they came out of the church. rnalit was something which tho Lord upon Ithasunfavorably, Tho French need of several millions or Allen, mistook tbo Hensley girl for mous show mare owned by Col. Harry a crop can be realized, but Indications could not get away with; ders on the bill. It was budget Welssingcr, won the first ribbon: Mat now are that front will get most of Miss Gaines, who had Jilted him. abomination to him, and wo havo no francs If It Is to approximate to a Cohen wob second with Whitehead, A New York boy who walked away When Allen discovered bis mistake renson to think that God has changed balance, and tbo ntnateur tax collectfrom home eight years ago to seek he went home, wrote a note and killed and J. C. Cook was third. PRESIDENT COMING FOR CELE his mind tn this year of grace They ors, who presumably do not drink abBRATION. his fortune has spoiled a good story himself. offered Incense; God wanted clean sinthe, havo suggested to tho flnnnco by walking back. He stated In tho noto that he did TOBACCO AND CORN SU'FER. hcartH and pure lives, and these come minister that he cannot do better than Louisville. not Intend to kill any one except tho President Taft wroto to from knowing Gol. Tho npoitlo put a tnx upon the liquid. It Is point Owlngsvllle. The tobacco and corn Representative Lnngley, saying ho Paul denounced tho church nt Cor ed out that abslntho paya no special An advertisement rends: "Wanted Gaines girl. A rlrl tn nnt( lahelB on." No self- Both the young persons are serious crop In Bath county are In a Ferlous would be glad to attend tho St. John's inth for this very thing, nnd a strange duty and Is only taxed on thu amount respecting girl would caro to have ly wounded. condition. Some parte of the county Day League reunion in Louisville, 11 denunciation It Is to come In his of alcohol In It. The strongest abslntl.o labels pasted on her. have as good corn as they ever had, tbo dato can bo advanced from next matchless argument for tho rcsurrec Is flvo times aa deleterious ns ordinary brandy; tho weakest, that which while in other localities there Is a Juno to tho coming November, when lion. WILL FLY FOR ELKS. complete failure. The same condition ho will attend the Lincoln celebration A physician advises us to eat Awake to righteousness and sin Is sold In tho drinking shops. Is twlro not, for some havo not the knowledge or two and a half times as poisonous onions and becomo healthy. We know Louisville. J. A. D. McCurdy and applies to tobacco. Now corn Is now from personal experience that garlic Charles Wlilard Foster will be the being engaged at $4.10 per barrel. The WILL DEVELOP THE PROPERTY, of God. I speak this to your shame." as tho brandy sold in tho samo places. is productive of great strength. Is it any less disgraceful In nny Chris- The argument thureforo Is that taking stars of tho aviation carnival to bo peach crop Is very light, whllo tho , Barbourvllle, Loulsvlllo capitalists, tian community. In any Christian thrco times ns the average the duty held hero September 2, 3, and 4 under apple crop Is good. composing tho new Pioneer Coal Co land, not to know God? We trow not! on abslntho ought to bo three times his tho auspices of tho Louisville lodge of A roan in New Jersey killed plan to expend a large amount In now sweetheart with an "unloaded" pistol, Elks. But the gnat reason given by tho as high as It Is, nnd so the hectoliter FUR INDICTMENTS DISMISSED. developments In tho Uoll county coal matchless Sou of God ought td set all ought to pay a duty of 660 franca InSo history, unmindful of the tragedy stead of only 220 frnncs. of It. keeps on repeating Itseir. RUN OVER BY TRAIN. Louisville. The Indictments against Held. A new lino Is to bo constructed men seeking for God. It Is given not cates of thlB Incrensed tax Tho advoH. Bradley nnd Minnie Bradley, In to property on tho left fork of Straight (o the dUclples, though heard by that abslntho Is only vory point out rarely Wo bave congealed winter In tho Shclbyvllle. John Italsor, 20, was whose' possession furs nnd skins val- - creek and openings made In new direc thoni. It Is spoken In tho holy placo uso medicinally, but that Ita dally or form of Ice to temper tho summer; run over by the Loulsvlllo Southern ued at $20,000 wero seized In this city tions. Several hundred thousands dol- of prayer. Any man, bo he a sindestroys tho nervous system now why not bottle up tho heat and train at the station here. One leg wag and which were claimed by Sllberman lars will bo expended In tho additional cere man, is most sincere, Is at his release It on a cold day next winter? almost severed and luter had to be & Son, of Chicago, as property btolen openings and railroad extension. Tho best, Is approaching hla zenith, when and brings on epilepsy, paralysis nnd mndnesH. Every year moro of tho amputated and tho other limb was bro- from them, were dismissed. Attor- Pioneer Coal Co. Is ono of tho largest In his closet, after abutting the door, stuff Is drunk In France, and It la in Eastern Kentucky. lie prays to hla Father. This Is no A bullfrog may be a champion fly ken In several places. neys came to an agreement. The Chi fitting placo for cant, dilettantism or ttatcd that to Ita uso is due tho great killer, but bo Ib not what might, bo cago firm gets the furs. mortality from consumption In the BUILDING NEW ROADWAY. cnlled an Ideal pet. especially If there sham. It Is the ono real moment of SPOKE FOR GOOD ROADS. agreed that his life, and tbo Son of God tells his Piench army. It aro nervous women around the house Is poisonous KILLED WITH A CLUB. and that the Whitesburg. The Consolidation Coal Futher that: "It is life eternal to Franklin. John S. Co., building tho city or Jenkins on know the true God, and Jesus Christ, finances of France wnnt a new nnd A committee of Chicago teachers productive Rhea, of tax. but It la doubtful Danville, Thomaa J. Fitzgerald. 37, Klkhorn, Is building several miles of whom ho hnd sent," has decldod that stenographers should speech on RusselHille, delivered a whother any minister will have the the Jefferson Davis wuy at assistant yardmaster of tho Queen & model roadway, one mllo of which will be taught enough of English to enFriends, what an opportunl'i! To courago to propose such a able them to correct the boss's blund- tho courthouse. Tho uctlon of tho fis Crescent railway, was beaten so seri- pass around the beautiful lake, to be grow In tho knowledge of tho Father cal court In appropriating $9,975 for ously In the yards that ho died from mndo by building ers. a concrete dam and the Son; this la worth while. To innovation. way has aroused his injuries. William P. Nichols, n across the Elkborn. This will bo untho Lincoln-Jacksoknow God experimentally his puran great enthusiasm on tho good roads switchman, Ih !n jail charged with the like uny other roadway In Eastern poses in creation and In redeeming Agent of Degreneracy, A French scientist has devised Whisky Is one of thu few nnH,,. crime. Kentucky. grace this is life etercal. "And Instrument to forecast thunder storms question. but our amateur weather prophets Jesus Christ." The knowledge Is of degeneracy we havo left. Opium INJURED IN RUNAWAY. cling to the nld, reliable rheumatism. QUIT PLOW8 TO KILL SQUIRRELS. KENTUCKIAN INJURED. yet one, for there Is no saving knowl- Is controlled; cocoln la bannod; gambling Is prohibited among the poor; edge apart front him, just as there Hodgonvlllo. The farmers In this Sbarpsburg. Mrs. Robert Williams bigamy Isn't popular: Hodgenvllle. Dr. 8. Detw tiler, of Ono man at least has felt the opwithout him nothing vicinity have been compelled to quit was seriously Injured when tlirowr this place, received J. letter from tho was made. All men knowmade that booedwhy, scarcely lynching Is taa pression of great wealth the emwas anything rehim. but plowing to kill tho squlrrols, which from a vehicle while out driving wltr ofllco of the Presbyterian ploye of the San Francisco mint who mission all men do not know him. What docs mains to glvo the young man diverhavo been traveling In hordes from Mrs. Isaac Roberts and her sion from tho cares of buklness, to the was buried under $9,000,000 in gold board In New York, Btatlng that among this knowledge mean? ono farm to another. Much corn baa daughter. The horse ran uway, Mrs. tho foreigners Injured In the eruption coins. If wo sot before ourselves the high advantago of Lis rivals I been dumaged by them. Roberts' daughter also was painfully of the volcano, Mount Asama, In Ja- resolve that, God helping us, wo shall hurt. pan, was his son, Rev. James Detwell-cr- , know him better, the old hymn, 'Near An Omaha debating society has deExample for Youth. James Broaksblre, a missionary to that country. .......... er, My God, to Thee," will have a fullGovernor Folk of Mlimnii. MVVUIU rided that tt horse Is more desirable farmer, who lives In tho a neighborhood Sharpsburg. The tobacco of this er, grander meaning, and when tho lng to Lincoln Stcffvna, gave up the than an automobile. Notwithstanding of tho county poorbouse, was appoint- section Is Improving, showers having Lexington. At the meeting of the King himself returns to reign In this we presume people will still go in fl f tnliaern whnn tin 1. 'i"v. uu uutuiua goved superintendent of the poorhouso to dono it a great deal of good. Somo state racing commission on mortgaging tbelr homes for the J. Pclham righteousness and execute Judgment ernor for tho sake of bis Influence succeed G. Y. Reynolds, who recently field promlso to mtke a falily good Johnstone was selected ns secretary on the earth, we shall see him face upuu iuc yuuiu oi nis atate. resigned. crop. of the board to succeed W. E. Bldwell to face and know m we are known. fl.OJ M ELECTED Campbell Melbourne. Carroll, Gallatin, Owen 0-- 27-3- 20-2- w in ju. com-mnnd- 3-- 27-3- or 6-- spa-clou- s, 1 old-fas- d "It it J well-know- t August 31, 1911 THE CITIZEN NEW Page ThrM KENTUCKY STATE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM Statement of Principles Upon Which tho Party Bases its sition Upon Matters of Public Policy, Po- CHIEF OF THE G. A. R. TERRIBLE PICTURE THEATRE DISASTER Twenty-Eight DANIEL AND HIS COMPANIONS SanJay Sctool Lttioa for Sfpt. 10, 1911 Spedallr Arranged lor This Paper LESSON TEXT Daniel MEMonr VKitacB. t, . Is good neither to GOLDEN TEXT.-- "It cat flesh, nor drink wine, nor anything whoreby thy brother stumbleth." Horn. 1:8-2- Hcctlon I. Wo, tlin Democrats of Konturky, In delegate convention duly nsemblrd nnd held In tho city of Louisville, Kentucky, on August 15, 1311. do hereby plcdgo anew our faith In and dovotlon to tho time honored nnd eternal lirlnelplos of our party first promulgated In tho Declaration of Independence 00 rrnnl''mrd in successive platforms of tho party, nnd wo especially reamrm our fnlth In and devotion to tho National Domocratlc platform adoptod at Denver, Colorado, In tho year 1908. Hoc. 2. Wo donounco tho Republican party nnd tho present Ucpubllcan president, for their flnKrnnt nnd willful botrnynl of tho trust reposed In them uy tho Amerlcnn peoplo nnd call nttontlon especially to tho fact that they havu willfully disregarded their promises to tho effect that thoy would rovloo downward tho unjust tariff system nnd would rellovo tho masses of tho peoplo of tho heavy burdons of unjust nnd unnecessary tnxatlon. On the contrary tho Republicans enacted tho odious I'aync-Atdrlctariff law of 1009, pronounced by Mr. Tuft to bo "tho best Hopubllcan tariff law over iwssod," which law was n gross breach of tho Ilopubllcan President nnd his political party. This tariff law, In order to enrich tho fow, Increased the burdens of tho ninny, and authorized thoso favored fow not only to continue, but to Increase, their robber of the mnny under tho forms of law. Sec. 3. Wo point with prldo to, and licnrtlly Indorso tho patriotic record mado by tho present Democratic members of Congress and Democratic Sena-torIn their efforts over determined Ilcpubllcnn opposition to, In good faith, redeem tho promises of tho Democratic party to repeal unjust nnd opprcsslvo Republican laws, nnd to enact wlso nnd Just laws for tho benefit of the great masses of tho people, nnd wo Invito nil to contrast tho alms and rocord of the Democrats In tho houso and sennto of tho present session of congress with tho alms nnd record of tho Republicans and especially with tho Republican session of 1003 which ennctcd tho tarlfT luw We especially Indorso tho record of our Democratic congressmen nnd senator from Kentucky for their tldollty In keeping tho promises of their party nnd representing tho peoplo and not tho interests, nnd we denounce tho record of tho Republican congressmen and senator from Kentucky, been u so they havo represented not tho people, nor havo they sought to relieve their burdens, but have represented tho privileged, protected Interests of the country. Sec. 4. Kentucky Is, nnd of right ought to be, a Domocratlc state, and tho Democratic party in npponllng for tho support of the electorate of thi state eagerly Invites nn Intolllgcnt comparison of tho records It has mado with thoso mado by Its political ndversary during the temporary occasions it has controlled tho nffnlrs of tho state. As ngalnst tho Ilopubllcan record In Kentucky of assassination, bloodshed nnd disregard of law, wo present tho Democratic plcturo of iicncc, scrupulous regard for human Ilfo and a strict observance of, and respect for law; ns ngalnst nn empty trensury and rejection and shnvlng of honest demands ngalnst tho stnte, wo prcsunt a plcturo of n magnificent stnto capltol erected and paid for without nny extra tax, nnd every Just claim ngalnst tho state promptly mot and paid In full; ns ngclnst platform plo'gcs and proralccs broken nnd mado to bo broken, wo present a record of all pledges and promises faithfully kept; ns ngnlnst hypocrisy, demagogy and Incompetency wo present a record of sincerity, fidelity, competency nnd statesmanship. Wn chargo tho Republican party both In the stnte nnd In Ihi nation with gross cxtrnvwanco and willful waste In the expenditure of the people's money, nnd wo pledge ourselves to retrenchment and reform, and to an economical TRIMBLE IS CHIEF business administration of public affairs. Sec. 6. We nro In favor of a direct primary olectlon law, providing that nil primary elections shall bo conducted undor Inwful authority and nt public expense, nnd to bo regulated in tho same manner nnd subject to the same ILLINOIS MAN ELECTED HEAD OF penalties for violations, ns In case of regular elections. Sec. C. We favor tho enactment of nn explicit nnd effective corrupt pracA. R. AT ROCHESTER tice act. which shall determine what campaign expenses shall bo legitimate, MEETING. nnd which shnll provide for tho compulsory publication In detail, under heavy pcnnltlcs, of the campaign expenses of every candidate for public ofllcc. Sec. 7. Wo favor tho enacting of such nddlllonal laws as will mako our M'ELROY LEAVES THE RACE cntlro common school system moro efficient nnd more practical. We pledge our support to our school system nnd tho educational Institutions of tho state, wisely nnd economically administered. Money appropriated for the education of the people Is nn Investment nnd not nn expense; school trustcts, school board and nil school officials should be held rigidly respon- Choice Is Made Unanimous by Veterans Los Angeles Is Selected as sible fur ndequnto returns on every dollar so Invested. We charge tho Republican party with neglect of and Indifference toward our school system. Place for Next Encampment New Recognizing that n largo majority of the teachers of our common schools Chief Picks Headquarters. nro women nnd thnt women are now cllglblo to bo elected school trustees, county school superintendent, nnd to hold otllce, nnd arc frequently so elected, Rochester, N. Y. Harvey M. Trim-bi- o wo favor the extension to women of suffrage In all school elections, subject to of Princeton, 111., was unanimoussuch wlso regulations ns to qualifications ns tho general nssembly may deterly elected, commander In chief of the mine. Sec. S. Wc favor such laws as will, under appropriate penalties, destroy Qrand Army of the Republic when nil corrupt lobbying seeking to Influence nny legislative body In the CommonCol. John JIcElroy of Washington, his wealth on tho subject of legislation or tho election of officers by It. or In nny opponent, ended a bitter contest by matter; but wo recognlzo tho constitutional right of tho people to peti- withdrawing from tho race. On moother tion nnd to be Impartially hoard on all questions. adjutant-genera- l McElroy Sec U. Wo fnvor, under wlso nnd proier restrictions, the creation of a tion of Colonel voto for tho Trimble. cast one Mr. Stato Utilities Commission, having ample powers to dlschnrgo Its duties. On recommendation of tho commitSec. 10. Wo fnvor n chnngo In the present method of selecting tho prison commissioners of tho stnte, nnd the removal of all politics from tho manage- tee on resolutions, tho encampment ment of penal institutions. While commendiug tho present board of prison Indorsed tho Sherwood pension bill, commissioners for Its successful management of the Institutions under Its caru, which Democratic Leader Underwood wo recognize that tho system of election by tho legislature, under which they has promised congress will pass at arc elected, is unwise, nnd wo therefore favor such n change ns will placo their tho forthcoming session, but tho innppolntmcnts In tho hands of the governor, subject to confirmation by the sen-nt- dorsement carries the proviso that or somo other method such ns tho general assembly may provide. Sec. 11. We favor a law requiring that n uniform system of accounting the bill be mado to conform as closebo Installed and conducted In nil public offices charged with tho collection and ly as possible to tho Sulloway bill, which was pigeonholed In congress. disbursement of public moneys. Sec. 12. Wo favor the general assembly submitting to a vote of tho peoplo Tho Sherwood bill was favored by whether or not they desire, to adopt nn nmendmcut of our Stato Constitution Judge Trimble. broadening tho owers of tho goneral nssembly, so thnt It may classify propCol. Nicholas Day of New York city erty for the purposes of taxation; but wo aru Opposed to any law the effect of was elected senior which would bo to lighten tho burdens of taxation on tho wealthy and on corCommander Trimble announced porations nt tho expense of tho poor, tho farmer or tho laboring man. and social ques- these nppolntmonts: Sec. 13. Temperance Is essentially a moral, Adjutant goneral, Charles R. K. tion, and should not bo mado a partisan Issue between iwlltlcal parties. Wo favor the extension of tho present local option law, as applied to tho Koch, Chicago; quartormastor general, Col. D. R. Stowlts, Buffalo, N. Bale of liquors, which has beon uphold by our highest court ns valid and so that tho citizens of ench nnd every county In tho Btate may de- Y.. reappointed; Judge advocate gentermine for themselves whether splrltous, vinous or malt liquors may bo sold eral, W. A. Ketchnm, Indianapolis; asthorcln. among tho farmers and sistant quartormastor general, J. HenSec. 14. Wo fnvor organization and ry Holcomb, Philadelphia. laborers of tho stnte, nnd tho onnctment of such constitutional laws as will Los Angeles, Cat., was selected by protect them from tho greed nnd oppression of tho trusts nnd monopolies of an almost unanimous voto for tho the country, which ore the direct fuult of Ilopubllcan legislation. Sec. 15. Wo favor such wise and conservative laws as will encourage road 1012 encampment. In general order nnd bridge building In Kentucky, nnd wo fuvor reasonablo Btnto aid for tho No. 1, Issued by the new commander-in-chieconstruction of roads nnd bridges, but only on condition that each county or the otrtcla! O. A. R. headlocal community, which Is primarily benefited shnll first do lt part nnd dis- quarters are established at Memorial charge Its duty to Itself In this regard. hall, Chicago. Sec. 10. Wo fuvor tho creation, removed from politics, of n department of banking, providing for competent Inspection of nil our Btate flnanclnl InstituBEATTIE TRIAL IS STARTED tions, and similar to tho system now existing for national banks. Soc. 17. Wo favor tho onactmont of such wlso laws as will put Into effect provisions of tho Stato Constitution, and we declare that wa Detectives Take Stand Several Othall sections and are In fuvor of tho enforcement of nil laws. ers Are Heard Wife's Uncle Sec. 18. Wo fnvor tho enactment of wlso laws for the protection from Qlves Testimony. and Injury of nil laborers engaged In hazardous employments, and wa favor a wise, conservative law rcgulntlns tho nrbltratlon of Jabor strikes aud Courthouse, Va. On Chesterfield disputes. the anniversary of bis marriage to Sec. 10. Wo fnvor a law prohibiting peonngo and fomalo slavo traffic, the woman bo stands accused of murof color. Sec. 20. Wo nro opposed to all mobs nnd lynchlngs nnd nre In favor of dering, Honry Clay Deattlo. Jr., sat Imposing the severest pcnnlty possible, under our Constitution, on nil officers In the stuffy courtroom and heard seven witnesses called by tho comwho full to protect prisoners Intrusted to their keeping. Sec. 21. Tho Democratic party has nlwnys been tho party of rollglous, as monwealth glvo testimony on which well ns civil liberty, In Kentucky nnd In tho republic. It refera with prldo to tho prosecution hopes to send htm to Its noblo nnd consistent record on this lmjortant question, so "dear to every the electric cbatr. truo American heart." Wo ure In full accord, both In letter nnd In spirit, with Of tho seven witnesses examined tho teachings of ThomaB Jefferson, tho founder of our party, on this question, two were physicians. Dr. Herbert and with the provisions of our Stuto and, Federal Constitutions, and wo nro Mann nnd the WlIBur Mercer, who Dr. uualtorably opposed to raising any religious tea us a qualification for holding examined Mrs. lleattle's body on the any office In tho stato or nation. Sec. 22. We fuvor tho nomination and election of United States senators night of the murder. Tho others were Thomas Owen, n by direct voto of tho people. power court stenographer and uncle of Mrs. Sec.' 23. We denounco nnd are opposed to Cannonlsm or In all representative assemblies, whether it bo In tho congress or In represen- Dent tie; Detectives Wren and Wilttative conventions. Wo fnvor the "rule of tho peoplo." shire of Richmond, who Investigated Sec. 24. On the platform of principles and on tho nlms nnd purposes of the case; Coroner Loving of Chesterwo appeal to nil Kentucklnns, Irreour party In tho stnto nnd In tho nntlon. county, and May Stuart, a stout spective of provlous political nfllllatlons, who nro proud of the past and deslro field middle-agewoman, who told of Beat-tlo'- s for nil a still moro prosporouB, moro progressive present nnd futuro,no.mnco our peoassociations with Rculah Rluford. for tho ple, to support our mugnlflcont stnto ticket. Including our United Staten sonatorshlp, and our nominees for general assembly nnd for n h Payne-AIdrlch Dead and Three Score Injured SENSELESS CRY OF FIRE DID IT Hundreds of Persons, Mostly. Women King Jcholaklm (Lesion VII.). The accesand Children, Crowded the Narrow sion year of Nebuchadnezzar, when Dan-lwas carried captive to Babylon. Th Exit Reward Offered for Idiot Who next year Is called his first year. Started the Panic. PERIOD. Three years. D. C. CanonEburg, Pa. A senseless panic In n moving-picturtheater occasioned the cry of "Fire!" when n plcturo clicked nnd somo ono thought a flro bad started, resulted In the death of 28 persons and the Injury of 60 more Thcro wns no flro. Soven hundred peoplo hnd Just started to leave their scats after the first show. e ma-chl- 14:21. TI.ME.-- n. C. C05-- Tho third year of et on Nebuchadneszar'a after defeating the armies of Egypt. lem. return to Babylon B-f- PLACE. Babylon on the Euphrates. his captivity Daniel lived In Jerusa- 2:l-- : PLACE IN THE HISTOnY.- -J King 2 Chron. 34:5-rROPHETS.-Jereml- ah and Habakkuk were prophesying- - at Jerusalem when Dan-lwas carried sway, and Ezeklel was hla contemporary In Babylonia, but not In the city of Babylon. He was on the river Chebar, southeast of the city. et STORING BAD EGGS PRODUCE WRITER MAKES SENSATIONAL ATTACK ON TRUST. Spoiled Eggs by Thousands of Dozens Are Being Stored for Future Consumption. Chicago. Under the direction of an alleged butter and egg trust, thousands of case of bad eggs are being placed In Chicago storage houses for futuro human consumption. Tho stock of good eggs In storage Is being constantly Increased, whtlo new laid eggs, which cost tho commission man 17 cents a dozen, go to the housowlfo for 25 to 30 cents. Statements to this effect published by tho Chicago Produce Bulletin-kno- wn in the trades as tho "Green Sheet" nearly caused tho author to be suspended from tho Chicago butter and egg board. He was charged with "uncommercial conduct." One of the "uncommercial" things which Isaac Tuck, publisher and editor of tho bulletin, did was to predict a coming "break" in tho price of eggs and buttor. His other "uncommercial" offenses were to decry tho storage and sale of No. 3 eggs. In'the face of an unprecedented production, Mr. Tuck said In his paper, the prices of eggs and butter remain exorbitant. Furthermore, bo hinted at a the responsible parties. REVEAL TO GRAFT IN OHIO Former Senate Official Will Maks Full Confession as to Corrupt Practices. Columbus, O. At the conclusion of a conference participated In br Hogan, County Attornoy Goneral Prosecutor Turner and Rodney J. Dlcgle, former sergcant-at-arm- s of the senate, who was convicted of aiding and abetting bribery In the Ohio legislature. It was announced that Dlegle would mako a full confession of what ho knows of corruptive practices In tho last assembly. For nis part In siding the alleged graft hunt, DIeglo will receive mercy at the hands of the common pleas court when tho tlmo comes for Probably he will to be passed. cscapo a penitentiary sentence. He was given two weeks to prepare his confession. It Is expected several lobbyists will bo drawn into court as a result of Dleglo's agreement to confess. f, son-tenc- o ATW00D ENDS LONG 1,265-Mil- FLIGHT Aviator Descends on Governor's Island e Trip Biplane Ending Is. Damaged. New York. Flying 1.205 miles In .28 hours and 28 minutes actual flying time, nvoraglng 44.41 miles an hour, Harry N. Atwood completed the greatest feat In the history of man's latest sclenco, aviation. The young landed In New York city, alighting at Governor's Island, ending a Journey which ttarted in St. Louts ten days bofore. one-ma- n n d 0th8Secf125? In conclusion wo call tho nttontlon of Kentucklans to tho fact every triumphant in tho that Democratic principles aro party everywhere Isnation nnd In almost Demoprofessing to adopt state, and that the Republican cratic principles in Its platforms, but we warn thorn that tho Republicans of progressive Democratic this state have placed In their platform somo nttompt to carry thorn out In not with a vlow to carry them out or to Kood faith, in the Improbable event of their bucccsb nt the polls next November, but only for tho prcsont purposo of catching votes nnd deceiving the people, so that they might got tho ofllccs nnd emoluments thereof. Tho broken promises of tho present Republican state und national administrations as woll convince, us the ntlro history of the Republican party, nre sufficient to that It Is all the minded citizens of Insincerity of tho Republican party, andand history not tho of party of tho peoplo; while, on the other hand, the record dovo-tloDomocratlc party in the notion nnd the state conclus vely establish Its mads to duty nod Us purposo In good fallti to redeem all platform pledge to tho people. n doc-trlno- s, fa. Six Dead In Nevada Mine. Heiress Elopes Wlht Athlete. Ely, Nev. Of ten men who were New Haven, Conn. Tho elopement t level of the of Miss Hone Hublnger, daughter of working at the 1, now flvo compartment shaft of the Joseph C. Hublnger, manufacturer and mines when It turfman, and Aloxander Tlnim, for two Cllroux Consolidated caught fire six are dead and four lie years a membor of the Yale football at tho point of doath after passing squad, became known. Miss Hublnger through tho flames to reach tho sur- Is heiress to $1,000,000. face. Daniel Ores, secretary of the union, was killed. Qlves $100,000 to Japan. Amherst, Mass. Mrs! James, widow Portugal Elects President. of the president of Ambeist college. Lisbon, Portugal. The constituent has given 1100,000 to Mtdotf Ooshlhal assembly elected Senator Arhlaga college, a' missionary Institution at president of the republic by 121 vote. Kioto, Japan. 106-foo- In the crooked At the tlmo of this lesson the two railway were 150 peoplo great world powers were In deadly waiting to take their places for tho conflict. The Egyptian army under Nocho had marched toward Babylon second show. Into this closely packed hall, and In as far as Carchemlsh on the Euphraa trlco nearly n thousand persons, tes. s On the other hand Nabopolassar of them women and children, crowded Into the narrow, steep, with tho assistance of the Scythians stairway leading to tho had conquered the Assyrians, and destroyed Nlnoreh, tho capital, B. C. 606. street. Deeds of almost unbelievable Inhu- The Babylonians marched up tho Euphrates and met the Egyptian army manity followed. at Carchemlsh, nnd defeated them. Piled Up On Stairs. Persons piled up four and five deep Nabopolassar, king of Babylon, sent his son Nebuchadnezzar on to Jerusaat tho foot of the stairs. A children were smother- lem, who beslegod that city. Jeremiah, speaks of the selgo as in 604, Jehola-klm'- s ed to death. fourth year, probably In the man whose franTho tic and unnecessary shriek of "Fire!" early past, so that a difference In tho brought about the disaster escaped by period covered by tho Babylonian and clambering over tho prostrato heads tho Jewish years would account for of his victims. A reward of $500 Is of- the variation. The last part of 606 fered for the Identification and appre- Is treated as Nebuchadnezzar's accession year, and 604 his first year as hension of this man. king. At this time Nabopolassar died and TWO KILLED IN AUTO RACE Nebuchadnezzar basted back to Babylon, taking with him a number of capGrand Stand Collapsed and Thirty tives Including Daniel and his three Spectators Were Badly Injured. companions, from royal or princely famillos, either as hostages or persons auto whom he could train for his offlclal Elln, III. Another dare-devrace was run, but not without Its toll service. of death and Injury. The names of the four young princes o Elgin's auto contest was were all compounded with the name won by Lon Zongcl, with Harry Grant of God.' Daniel God Is my Judge,' second and Hugh Hughes third. Is gracious; Hananlah Jehovah Davo Buck,' veteran racer, was with- Mlshael This la as God; Axarlah in 11 laps of the finish and going at 64 Jehovah Is a helper. Their now names, miles an hour when a wheel throw a were compounded with those of royaltire. Tho machlno turned n completo ty or of idols. Daniel was named somersault. favored of Bel or Beltls, Sam Jacobs, tho mechanician, was the great Babylonian god and goddess. killed, his neck being broken. Buck's Tho custom of changing names conback was broken nnd ho died. tinues up to this day; nny change Another Accident. from Mohammedan to Christian, or Another accident, in which 30 per- tho reverse being accompanlng by a sons wero hurt, occurred whllo tho change of name. These four were first lap of tho raco was on. Sovoral selected from among the captives on sections of circus scats gave way, and account of their noble descent, talent spectators wore shunted into a huddle und promise of ability, to bo trained In tho language and lltorature of the a: the bottom. Knur sustained broken legs, among Chaldeans, to be trusted officers. When these young men were selectthorn being a daughter of Senator Mrs. Ray Graham, but tho others ed for their future career, soveral escaped with cuts and bruises. things wore appointed for their training, llko the training of young men now In professional schools, after colTEN DEAD iN MOTOR CRASH lege graduation. Their names wero changed, as noted above, so that, at Six Women Among Those Who Fall least officially, they would bo In harVictims to Wreck. mony administration, with tho Newcastle, Eng. Ten persons wero and not known distinctively an Thoy wero to bo trained killed, nmong them six women, when Jews. ways, In court customs and a large motor car carrying 33 pasyoung sengers ran away on a hill and col- doubtless with other religion. men of and They lided with a tree. The car was occu- heathen morals wero given luxurious food3 such a pied by members of the Consett Cocostly wines such, the operative society's choir, who wore as king ate, and the king drank. going to a singing contest. Now here was a strenuous to3t of Whllo descending a steep hill the the faith, tho courage and the self brakes broke and tho car In a moment of the young men. The eating got out of control. It was running at control king's of the food would be a 'breakterrific speed when It struck the tree ing of the Jewish law as to food, and and was smashed to pieces. thus bo a repudiating of the religion of the truo God. Tho dietary would almost certainly comprise articles of food, such as tho flesh of swlno, hares, THE MARKETS etc., which the law interdicted to tho Israelites. Tho young men wero greatly favored Cincinnati. Grain Market. Flour Winter patent $3.90a4.15, by having a friend at court. God had low grado $2.40a brought Daniel Into favor and tender family $2.70a2.80. .60, hard patent $Ga5.4G, do tancy love; had made him to find kindness Dan-lo- t $4.2Ga4.60. Wheat No. 2 red 90a and compassion. God had mado lovable, giving him attractiveness l)2c, No. 3 red S5a89c, No. 4 red 74a person and wisdom of mind; more83c. Corn No. 2 white C5aGGc, No. 3 of 65a65&c, No. 2 yellow OGaCGc, over, tho Holy Spirit had doubtless, whlto moved directly upon tho heart of No. 3 yellow GGaGGo. No. 2 mixed Asbpcnaz, turning him toward Daniel. CCaGG'ic, No. 3 mixed GG,4aGCc. Oats All true love and friendship aro InNo. 2 whlto 42a42c, standard white spired by God. 42a42Vic, No. 3 white 42n43c. Said Daniel to Mclzar: "Glvo us Cincinnati Live Stosk. pulse to eat." Rather, vegetable food Cat tic Shippers $5.G0afi.65, butcher In general; thcro Is no reason for resteers, extra $5.90aG. goud to cholco stricting tho Hebrew word used to heifers, extra J5.G0aS.75, leguminous fruits, such as beans and $5uG.85, good to cholco $4.G0a5.G0, cows, extra peas, which Is what tho term "pulse" JM.76a5, good to cholco $3.C5a4.C5. properly denotes. "And dater to $la2.G0. Hulls Bologna drink Instead of the wlno." They becanners gan the slmplo life. $3.G0al.lG. extra 4.25a4.3G. Calves Wa7.7G, Extra $8, fair to good The result of tho test was better Hogs-G- ood common and largo $3a7. physical condition, countonances fairto cholco packers nnd butchers er, fatter la flesh. The simple life mixed packers $7.40a7.75, brnught bettor bodily health, more $7.70a7.80, common to choice heavy fat sows, beauty, greater strength nnd activity, $4.50a6.CO, pigs (110 lbs and less $3 nil that was ncedod for the best work Sbeop Extra $3.25, good to and the highest Joy, of which the body ub.50. choice $2.50a3.1G. Lambs Extra $7. Is capable. , Every trainer In athletics In all out Cincinnati Miscellaneous. colleges throughout tho land will conspring chick- firm this fact, and acts upon It. Poultry Hens tic, 16c, duck turkeys ens Therefore stood they beforo tho 10c, geese 5a7c. Ejtgs Prime ilrsts king, wero the personal advisors, and 18&C, Ilrsts 17c. Butter Creamery among tho leading officers of tho extra 28,$c, flr3ts 24c, dairy, fancy kingdom. All officers aud servants 18c. Apples Yellow, 75a90c bu, home btood when In tho presence of the rown 60a7tc bu. Carrots Homo monarch. He found (hero, ten times griwn 16o i dozen. Celory Mica hotter than all the magicians nnd asIgan $1.25al.50 crate. Eggplants trologers. The magicians ware tho 50c doz. Honey 12al2 He a lb. learned class, tho scribes, the prlostly Onions $33.76. class. "The astrologers." reasouors Horn? nron $l,7Ga2, a bbl. Or.uKus from the stars, werp the scientific, Putatqosr-Uastvrn- u $4.25a4.50 bo, men, yorsed, la uisglo and. occult, ' 3 GOal a bbl. (dene. Just around the turn r second-doo- three-fourth- half-doze- n terror-stricke- n il 305-mil- Lor-lmc- r, llc, Page Four. THE CITIZEN. August 31, 191 1. W. B. CORSET Guaranteed Not To Rust t v This latest W. B. accomplishment again emphasizes the superiority of the W. B. product R. H. CHRISMAN Undertaking and Embalmlnrf A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies. SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. E. F. COYLE You pay Day Phone 26 Night 46 lass. .or fat more PUIL1C SPEAKING HISTORICAL 6LEANINIS (Continutd from Bret p'gt) eoeaoaoooooooooooooooooeooooo Tho Honorable Edwin P. Morrow so Indlspcnslblo In war and yet so will speak in Richmond on Sept. Sth, Col. George scarco In Kentucky. at ono o'clock In the interest of tho Slaughter bad Republican candidate and Platform. Prof. Marsh and son, Wilson, are the Baptist church, on Sept. Sth under the auspices of the Woman's Missionary Union. offerod BEST BARGAINS Fire, Life mi Acdeenb iMorence Faoae 505 Richmond, Ky. o off for a visit In Clay County. Mr. Taylor returned from a very o pleasant visit In company with Prof. Smith at Manchester, where tho latter was formerly engaged In educaNEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A tional work. OF SOURCES VARIETY See Wyatt and Cornelius' ad. on 4th page. President Frost's blue flag appearand girls at WANTED : Boys Welch's see the ad. about the Junior ed, Thursday morning. In front of the Library, Indicating that he was In Contest meet callers as usual Mr. Stanley VacWinklo of Cleve his office to 10 o'clock. Ohio, was in town for a day at land, raexx iss Ho Is to 8 peak at the Educational or two at the first of the week. Mallory Springs, next SatOFFICE OYER RACKET STORE Picnic a light urday. at Mr. Marnard Lewis has case of typhoid. A musical recital by Berca's most BRECK DAN Miss May Harrison left this week talented musicians will be given at for Fairfax, South Dakota, where she will teach for tho coming year. LOCAL PAGE ooeoeooeooeooooeoeo coaoacoaoc4toaoocoaool DR. BEST, DENTIST cm H. lng a short vacation with friends and relatives at his old home at Barbour-vllle- , in the mountains of Boutheas tern Kentucky, where ho expects to find rest from the busy cares of the desk and receive new Editor's thoughts for The Citizen's readers for friends here. another year. Miss Estella Blcknell was homo Mr. E. L. Roberts, Supt. of the Several of the boys aad svb who were late over Sunday. College PrlnUng Department, has re ateria the COLE'S JUNIOR CONTEST Mrs. Sallle Baker and daughter, turned from a short vacation which Mrs. WatU, were TlslUng Mr. and was spent at Niagara Falls and with hare more votes to their credit than thoee Mrs. Sheridan Baker, at Narrow Cap relatives and friends in Northeastern who entered early. You caa yet win oae of last week. Ohio, the epleadid prize we offer ia the contest. 4 Mr. L. A. Pettus was called to A letter Trom Dr. and Mrs. Cowley We waat every boy and girl to try to win a Somerset, Saturday, to attend the announces that they have had one of prize. It is great fun if you eater ia tha funeral of a relative, Mrs. Aqna Pet- the most refreshing outings at Thou tus. right sp kit-Ho-w sand Islands Park, they have evor Miss Myrna Walker Is In Berea had. They left the Park, Aug. 25, for for a few days before taking her Ohio, where the Doctor wilt attend Would You Like to Win tab Splendid Foot position at Richmond. sureical clinics in Cleveland for a Contest la now on at few days before returning to Berea, The Junior Welch's. The boat thing that ever Sept. 1. COME IN AND GET A COLE'S JUNIOR BUTTON happened in Berea for the boys and Mrs. Ellis has moved to the house girls. vacated by Prof. Lewis on Estill St Mr. R. H. ChrUman moved into Prof. Seale Is spending a few days CoVs Junior Girl the bouse on Richmond Street vacated at Lincoln Institute, near Shelbyvlile, or Boy (sofr- by Mrs. Ellis. installing the sewerage system plan Mr. Joe Brannaman has bought ned for them by Messrs. Dick and the property vacated by Mr. Chris-ma- n Seale. and expects to move soon. Mr. W. B. Davison returned, Mon Mr. Ellis Hart of Cleveland who Is day, from Shelbyvlile where he has HI, is here at the home of his mother, been working for a few weeks. Mrs. W. II. Blcknell. Miss Katheryne Dick spent last Miss Nellie Coe returned, Satur- week with Miss Myroa Walker at day, from her visit at Williamsburg. Dayton, Ky., and with grandparents Mr. Jas. Azblll Is being visited by at Hamilton, Ohio. bis sister from Alabama. Mr. J. C. Bowman, who Is engaged MIsb Ethel Azblll or Richmond is In Extension work In North CaroTlslUng her sister, Mrs. Wm. Moore. lina and Tennessee, was In town Charles Long was in Richmond, this 'week and brings favorable reMonday, on business. ports for a largo number of students Miss Grace Cornelius was in Lon- from his field, this year. don last week attending the fair. Mr. D. N. Welch and son, Ernest, Mr, A. S. Gott has purchased the are visiting relatives In Nlckelsville, resturant run by Charles Long this Virginia. summer on the corner of Main and Mrs, Edward Fotherglll has been Center Streets and 'will continue busi Ylslting at Dr. Bryants' at London, ness there. for the past week. Prof. C p. Lewis eand family have, Mrs, Dager starts this week on her been visiting relatives in Pulaski Co., Journey to meet Mr, Dager, but will past'week. for the stop over at Cincinnati ror a few tion. Miss Carrie Woods and Mrs. Jennie Baker were In town last week. Mr. J. W. VanWInkle of ML Ver non was In town, Sunday. Doctor Scott McGuIre Is TlslUng Mabel and Ray Johnson of Sliver spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Spink Look for Welch's ad. In regard to Mrs. William Bell and daughter, of Louisville, are spending a month the Junior Contest. Miss Stella Adams was at home, at the Tavern. Sunday. Mr. Clark Wilson's mother, of Ows Mrs. Beckley and Mrs. Goodrich of lev County. Is visiting relatives in Lexington were guests of Mrs. Maggie town, this week. Mrs. Davison, of Norfolk, Virginia, Robinson, last week . Honeycutt and sister Is enjoying a few days visit with her Mr. Allison of North Carolina are visiting their son. Waldo Davison, who has been sisters who attended school here last in Berea since last summer. year and are remaining thru vacaThe Editor and family are spend C'foek Best Ilargalns that have ever been In farms, beautiful building EDUCATIONAL PICNIC ' lots, bouses and lots, and first class business lots. We can suit the pur MALLORY SPRINGS, SATURDAY, chaser In almost any kind of properSEPTEMBER 2 ty he wants, as tho above hare been Several Schools and families will carefully selected In the most desir We town. meet at Mallory Springs for a Bas- able parts of tho can soil you a farm of a few acres ket Picnic next Saturday. near town for a small amount of Music by the Big Vlctrola, and money, or, anything from this up to solos by Prof. Rlgby and Miss Ama first class Bluo Grass farm. brose. If you have any notion of becomAddress by President Frost. ing Interested in a beautiful location Everybody come. at, or near Berea, It will certainly bo Dinner at 12 sharp, followed ty to your Interest to call and see or concert and speech. write to Wyatt and Cornelius, Real Kstato Rooms No. 1, 2 and 10. Berea Bank and Trust Co., Building, Berea, Ky. NEWS OF asked the committee of safety of the Colony of l"onnsyl-vanl- a for the right to purchaso gunpowder and the committee's reply Is as follows: "In Committee of Safety. Tho Board being Informed by enquiry of the Honorable Peyton Randolph that the application of Col. Ooo. Slaughter for leavo to purchaso for tho uso of tho new settlement In Virginia on Kentucky la a necessity for tho protection of a number of families, they being not able to provide themselves elsewhere, have agreed to permit their purchasing one hundred pounds weight at York-towIn tho province, If tho Commit too of that place should see fit to spare tho same. By order of B. Fanklln, President. Philadelphia, Sept. 7, 177G." A subscription seems to have been taken to buy the powder, the following persons contributing: Col. Thomas Slaughter, y, William gun-powdn, THE WEEK (Conllourd from tret pag re- In tho Senate oven for tho two maining years of Senator Frye's term. As in Maine so it is in some other states and it Is much to be regretted that the best men often refuse to answer the call to public duty. WHO WILL WIN THIS DANDY FOOT BALL? STORM VISITS SOUTHERN CITIES Following the drought over the country comes the storm on Aug. 29, which floods Charleston, S. C, and Savannah, Ca. Fifteen persons are known to bo dead, many Injured, while others are missing. The town has not suffered so much since the clrcone of 1885, the damages In Charleston being more than $1,000,000, while damages at other points are not known owing to communication being broken. IN OUR OWN STATE (CMtlaMd tfm tret pact) Robert Slaughter, ifo.; William Slaughter, Fisher, 1 lot.; 1 ; James Slaughter, 2 ; Francis Slaughter, t ; Gabrlrl Jones, 1 ; Gabriel Long, 3 6.; Thomas Slaughter Jr., lo.; John I.ravltt, 1 (,. This money was entrusted to John Wharton to buy the powder at York-tow- n If tho committee would allow. Tha willingness and good feeling of that Commltteo Is seen In the following act: "Col. Ooorgo Slaughter, having applied to the Commltteo at Yorktown, (Pcnn.) for some powder and produced a certificate from tho Committee of Safoty of the Province, we (notwithstanding the present scar city of and the unhappy state of public affairs.) Consider ing the dangerous state of the fron tiers, havo spared him one quarter each of gun powder and hopo that other committees will grant him such quantities of ammunition as their circumstances will admit dT. 1 1 gun-powd- Noblo, William Bradford, 18s.; Yorktown, Sept, 9, 1775. Bail? Eastern Kentucky has long suffered for a lack of this reDresentatlon which was Justly duo them. Because of taxation without representation our forefathers banded together In defiance of England then it is not to be wondered at that Powers and Edwards should Join hands in the Interests of their people nor that the news papers should appear In thq rank and file with the people In tho battlo for representative government. Thomas Hartley, Michael Swope, John Houston, Bulg. Schuyler." J. R Robertson. Hsr Hopful Disposition. "Women," remarked Jonsa, "ars nav turaly mors hopeful than Tta." agreed Smith, "there's my wife, for Instance, every time she buys fish sh on" asks the shopman I suppose If hell she hopes that soma day say no." Stray Stories. Uny ars frsah. For Good Clothing, Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes, Men's, Women's and Children's Furnishings ' weeks. Miss Ethel E. Todd returned from hi ' A . t; CV . WEDDING PRESENTS The Finest Line of Wadding d, Chautauqua, Friday, and Is again ready to greet the students at the Registrar's office. Mrs, Todd and Mr. and Mrs. Os borne returned from Chautauqua, N. Y., Wednesday. BUY v FROM , sc : Rings Xver Shown in Berea in Gold, Gold-filleSterl- ing Silve, Cut Glass TLbc IRacfeet Store ENGRAVING FREE Misses Grace and Lucy Farmer have Just returned from a week's visit with friends near London. Miss Florence Yates is TlslUng re latives near Speedwell. Miss Edltha L. Speer has returned from her vacation, spent with, relatives in Oklahoma. . .. it 1 MAIN ST. I RHODUSm STORE HAYES THE QUALITY : 1 '.' it .4 . . August 31, 1911. THE CITIZEN. Page Five, TALK IS CHEAP But when it money". So of these goods v WE SELL ' prices they tell you have to see them to appreciate the excellence of quality, variety and quantity as for the put into newspaper space it costs we will save our talk about the details is Zaring's Flour The Best Made 45c 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 seat 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 lb. felt mattress to fit $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. A Large Line of New Clothing FALL AND WINTER STYLES it'at ' You Can Buy the Same Quality SHOES for Less Money than Sold by Others All Welcome! A Country Store in Town! Come in! and $5.00 over on each in Quality. BUGGIES steel tire, rubber top, $40.00. All 25c. mattings 20c. All 30c. mattings 25c. RANG ES $15.00, $17.50, $20.00 and $25.00. I'm $5.00 under on each in price Phone 60 two winters I walked three miles and attended this district school, In the summer time when tho work on our small farm was dono I used to help the neighbors, and often I worked for this same Tutor Hodgo In the harvest field binding wheat and oats. I was very proud of tho fact that I could bo one ot four men to bind grain fast enough to keep np with the reaping machine. While attending this country school three miles away, on week days, doing chores night and morning, I attended the church and Sunday School In Janesvlllo City on Sunday. This was the church which I first Joined, and hero was organized the' first Young People's meeting that I had over known, for tho Christian Endeavor Society had not yet boen thought of. I remember our Sunday school united one day with the Baptist Sunday school to hear an address from a man in Chicago who was then President of tho Young His Mon's Christian Association. name was not a very striking one then Dwlght L. Moody. The third winter Tutor Hodge did not teach In his own district but in another district five miles away. That winter I studied by myself and rode on horseback? over to the place whero he boarded twice a week to recite to him In Latin and Algebra. The next winter I went away from home to school for tho first time at Milton College an institution maintained by the Seven Day Baptists eight miles north ot Janesvllle. Here I boarded myself; my roommate was a young man older than I, and had boen in the army and consequently knew how to cook. My great good fortuno In having good teachers was consoldous here. I recited In Virgil to Professor Searing, who was tho author ot Searing's Virgil; In mathematics to Professor Heritage, after- R. J. ENGLE, Berea, Ky. 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 " " Fertilizer for wheat, good, 90c. per hundred. Best, $1.30 per hundred. Other bargains by the score. has como my Oberlln life, and my This property fronts on Chestnut Bt. Kentucky lite which is tho longest and Is splendid property. ot all. H. C. RICE, M. C. M. C. O FOR SALE BARGAIN ON FARM ' See R. H. CHRISMAN. 'THE FURNITURE MAN" ... INTENSIVE FARMING Smut of Weat and the Hessian Fly ... The millers ot Kentucky are complaining considerably ot the quality of much of the wheat offered this year, a year when conditions wore extremely favorable for producing wheat of a very high grade. The presence of stinking smut is one ot the causes ot camplaint, and reporU indicate that many crops In all parts ot tho State were affected with this disease. Stinking smut can bo so easily and cheaply controlled that Its presence In a field of wheat Is a sure indication ot carelessness on the part ot the owner. Klther ot the following treatments will prove effective In eradicating stinking smut, and Uiir cost is about two cents per bushel. 1. Formalin Treatment. (a) Dipping. Have a druggist procure formalin which he can absolutely guarantee to be full 40 per cent solution of fonnaldebydo. Pour ono pint of this InU a CO gallon barret of water, and stir thoroughly. Put the wheat to bo treated Into coarse bushel burlap sacks, about one-ha- lf to a sack. Dip Into the solution and keep there about ten minutes or until thoroughly wet; drain oft Into the barrel and set aside for five or ten hours. Then empty out, spread In a thin layer and dry sufficiently to sow or thoroughly dry and store in a clean place. It sown while damp, allow a greater bulk ot wheat to mako up for the swollen condition ot the grain. (b) Sprinkling. Put tho wheat to be treated on a clean floor or canvas and with a sprinkling can, sprinkle the solution over the wheat, ' shoveling over constantly until the grain Is all wet. Shovel into a pile, and cover with wet sacks, or a good canvass, and leave five or ten hours, when It should bo treated as In tho case ot dipped wheat 2. Dluestono Treatment. I Dissolve 5 pounds ot bluestono in 25 to 30 gallons ot water and dip or sprinklo the wheat as In the case of the formalin treatment, but drain oft well and partially dry at once so tho solution will not soak Into the grain. In all treatments take caro to have bins, floors, sacks, drills, etc., elean, so the treated grain will not become. Infested again. Dip sacks and canvas In boiling water, and scrub floors, bins and drills with a solution of formalin, one pint. In G to 10 gallons of water. AVhy suffer a loss ot 2 to 10 per acre from smut when it can be kept out of the fields for. 3 or 1 cents acre? , THE HESSIAN FLIC Reports ot soma damage by Hes r sian fly have come to tho Statin from different places in tho Stat?, and where this Injury has been noticed tho past season, especial caro should bo taken to insure tho succeeding crop against attacks of the insect Tho best Indication of Its presence Is fallen straw. Where the stalk or culm has been Injured by this pest, a slight wind will causo It to break and fall down, and of course tho grain docs not mature. A slight infestation this year might mean a much greater ono next, unless precautions ure takeu this fall. Whero it Is present on a farm or In a neighborhood the best means of keeping it In check Is late sowing by tho farmers of that Wheat .neighborhood. particular should not bo sown before tho fifth to the tenth ot October, and it sown this late, the early frost usually prevent serious Infestation by the fly. This late sowing demands that tho land bo In splendid condition for quick growth of the wheat, and tho extra time can profitably be spent In a more thorough working ot tho seed bed. In this way the bad effects ot lata sowing may bo largely overcome. M. A. Scovell, Director. LETTER TO THE EDITOR Appalachla, Va., Aug. 26, '11. Dear Editor: I bavo been receiving your paper, The Cltlien, weekly for one month, and feel as It I could not praise It too highly, nor extend my hearty thanks too freely to one ot Derea's for telling ot such a paper's existence as The Citizen. I am vory much Interested In Berea Collcgo and also the educational talks. I havo been informed that Berea College will not rccleve studenUi under eighteen years ot ago so I am looking forward to that time with pleasure as I expect to enter then. With sincere regards for Tho Citizen and Its success. Rhoda Cress. Miss Cross has boen misinformed. students at Borea College receives 15 years of age. Ed. LETTER FROM PRES'T FROST (CeUae4 from Brtt ff.) ' two; his old black mara "Lady" and a fine black colt ot hers which we had raised. He put those horses on a freight car and sent mo with them to Chicago. I tthlnk it was tho most pleasant railway Journey I ever took. The horses and I had tko car pretty much to ourselves. I spread out tho buffalo robe and blankets and made a bod In tho floor where I slept peacefully at night, and where I sat and read and look ed out of tho window all day. I had a good lunch basket and at various places along the road bought a little milk, and occasionally a warm breakfast. horses I remember leading those through tho streets of Chicago, In tbo Spring ot 186S. Many of the sidewalks were of wood, and the streets desperately muddy. It was very different from the Chicago one sees today. When wo reached our Wisconsin farm I was delighted. Being fourteen years old I could handle the team and soon learned how to plow and do all kinds of farm work. We ralBed that year a tremendous crop ot peach blow potatoes which wo sold at 0 cents a bushel. "War prices" were still on, so that flour was very dear and wo lived largely on corn meal. Oar supper for four years running was always corn mush which I stirred with a wooden stick for half on hour "so as to have it well cooked;" that was my share ot the housework, because mother had no daughter. When Fall came I was sent to the City High School. I had never attended school very much, and was quite deficient in the technical parts of Arithmetic, Grammar and Algebra, but I bad road a good deal, and knew Low to think, and In a tew months I had picked up all that I lacked and was quite near the head of my classes In everything. Tho greatest thing I got In that High School was from the little book called "Green's Analysis' which showed me how to analyze a sentence, putting it in a diagram on the blackboard, showing the subject and predicate and the various modifications. That gave me a method ot thinking which I sometimes think Is the biggest thing 1 ever learned. But at tho High School I was In a machine. Father wanted me to begin Latin and prepare for College, but the courso of study did not provide Latin until I should have mastered several other subjects. We had an old family friend by the name of Tutor Hodgo who lived on a farm three miles away. Ho was a College graduate and had been a teacher In the Academy at Oberlln. His son. Will, and his daughter, Mary, wane ed to begin Latin and be proposed to teach the district school near his house and bring In a llttlo class In beginning Latin. I Joined that class and there was a fourth member, named Minnie OUa. Tutor Hodge was an Interesting roan and he made everything ho taught Interesting, i'.ir. Lot on Depot Street Joining the A bargain if taken In next sixty skating rink on the west, 74 feet front by 143 feet' back. For particu days. On account of health, I will lars call upon or phone, A. P. Settle, sell my farm consisting of 105 acres, fcltuated 4 miles from Paint Lick in Kingston, Madison County, Ky. Garrard County, Kentucky, on turnpike, near good school and church. SALE COMMISSIONER'S This farm is well Improved, has good new house, 2 tobacco barns that State Bank & Trust Co., Pitts, hold 25 acres, good young orchard, vs. and la well watered. For further In Julia Pearl Hanson, Deft. Under and by virtue of a Judgment formation address, G. P. Terrlll, Lan and order ot sale rendered at the caster, Ky. May term ot the Madison Circuit Court, the undersigned Master Commissioner ot said court will, on Saturday, September 2nd, 1911, on the premises In the city ot Berea, at 10:00 o'clock a. m sell to the high est and best bidder 12 lots of land be longing to the Hanson Estate, according to survey made by J. W. Fowler. This property will be offered as a Sack GuaraBte4 whole, and then In and combinations ot lota of one or more together, to suit the purchaser. Said property will be sold on six, or six and twelve months time, or tho purchaser can pay cash if he. desires. R.ed Cross Flour, 65 cents. Evtry TATUM'S PALACE MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you want and get what you call for. Highest market price paid for butter, eggs and chickens SOlb. Pure home rendered lard cans 10c per lb. smaller lots 12c Xldd Bvlldicg, Corner Main and Richmond Street, Berea. Ky. U. B. R.OBERT$, Prop. wards distinguished at the State University, and began my Greek with President Whltcomb himself who was teaching Greek for a special reason, that ho wished to change bis pronunciation ot that language. It was while I was attending school at Milton that the Chicago tire occurred, and I saw the smoke a hundred, miles away. o Tho next Fall 1874 I entered regularly at Beloit, twelve miles south of Janesvllle. Here I had a splendid time and found the good teachers that havo been worth so much to me everywhere; and the next year I went to Oberlln. Now all these things were brought very vividly to my mind on my Journear ney to Ft. Atkinson. I rode Janesvllle, passBeloit, through ed Milton, crossed the very fields In which I had bound grain and plowed forty years ago! There Is hardly anyono In all this region now with whom I am acquainted. My older friends havo died or moved away, and another generation has come on. It was as though some spirit from the other world had come back to visit the scenes once familiar, but which ho is from now forever separated. It seemed to me that I had had several lives. My New York State lite, my .Wisconsin life, and on top ot that Col-ltg- Do You Want to Buy a Good Blue Grass Farm ? Do you want to buy a good building lot in Berea and do as others have done, build you a comfortable home, educate your children and living? make a Or is it a common to medium farm you want at a moderate price for either cash or terms with easy payments, close around and convenient to Berea College ? It may be more convenient for you to buy some of the beautiful homes alrtady built that I have for sale for my clients in Berea. Good enough for anybody. I have plenty of Real Estate in Madison and adjoining Counties for sale at a price to suit ( any one, from $10 per acre to $150 per acre owing to the quality and location of the land. Think it over and write me what you want or call at my office and we will talk it over. REMEMBER WHAT I SAY, you will always get square deal with Holiday If interested. CALL UPON OR ADDRKSS, five cottages, four fronting Forest 81. Investments la welt selected real estate In growing communities are sure and safe and best for small savings, Buy this property and you are buying an Inheritance. I havo resident property, store property, and building lots for sale In Bare, ranging In price from $110 up, Improved from 1100 to $6,000. Alio bluegrass farma in Madison and Garrard Coj mountain farms In Jackson and Itockcaatla Co. I can suit you in farms anywhere in prices from $1,000 to $90,000. acres, real black walnut blue grass land In Garrard Co. Oua fsrm of 81 2 1 miles weat of Paint Lick, Ky. This farm Is nearly all in grass, well Improved, and will suit any one wasting a splendid farm. or , , If you ra planning to buy Real KiUU, ;do not delay but writ all on sss at once for particulars and terms. 1- -1 ONLY ONE FARM IN InBEREA oaU and grass, Containing twenty acres ten original forestry, ten In The Best Qualities of 5 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. Mat St, G. D. . Room 4, Berea HOLLIDAY Baa. A TWet BalMlof W. I. DOOLEY J. P. MCKMtLL r. BEREA, KY. Ky. Page Six THE CITIZEN there came again the clatter of tha guard's feet on the cement pavement, and the writing materials were thrust through the bnra. "Thank you," said tho prisoner. Tho guard went on. with n nod, and a moment later the slgnor heard the clangor of a steel door down the corridor as It was closed and locked. He leaned forward In his chair with eyoe, listening for n long tlmo, then rose and noiselessly approached the cell door. Again he listened intently, after which ho resumed his seat Ho tensed away tho cigarette ho had and lighted a fresh one, afterward holding tho note over the flame of tho match. Hero and there, whero the papor charred in the heat, a letter or word stood out from the baro whitness of the paper, and finally a message complete appeared between lines. Ths the Innocuous prisoner read It greedily: 'Am privately informed there Is little cbanco of Alvoroi's recovery. Shall I arrange escape for you, or hare ambassador Intercede? Would advise former, as tbe other might take months, and meeting to sign treaty alliance would be dangorously delayed." Slgnor Petrozlnnl permitted the sputtering flame to Ignite the paper, and thoughtfully watched tho blaze destroy It Tho last tiny scrap dropped on tho floor, burned out and bo crushod tho ashes under bis heol. Then he began to write: 'My Dear Miss Thorne: 'Many thanks for your courteous lit tle noto. I am delighted to know of the Improvement in Senor Alvarez's condition. I had hopod that my impulsive act In shooting him would not end In a tragedy. Pleaso keep me informed of any further chango in bis As yet I do not see tbe condition. necessity of consulting an attorney, but later I may be compelled to do sa "Respectfully, half-close- d n Antist;31, NOW MINOI 1911 STORY ERIAL ELUSIVE ISABEL By JACQUES FUTRELLE ItlajtratfOnJ AimTlakt, ira. tiTTb 13 &jr M. 1U.1IHLR bmkM Hniidar UipdaM Compu. Uyjtl MS, by Tba ! Campbell asked. Tho gullelosa blue eyes were allvo with eagerness. "Well, he's right, of course, about not being In dangor," said Mr. Orlmm. "If ho came with credentials as ip clal envoy this government must thom, oven If Senor Alvares dies, and leave It to his own government to punish him. If wo were officially aware that he has such credentials I doubt If we would have tha right to keep him confined: wo would merely have to. hand him over to the enrionsly enough, it cans to pass thai Miss Thorne and Chief Campbell of tho Secret Servlco were reading tho message at alhidden, most the Identical moment letter "Johnson got rotrotlnnl's from tho postman," Mr. Grimm was explaining. "I opened It photographed It, scaled It again and It Thero was not moro thon half nn hour's delay; and Miss Thorne TOY FOR TESTING THE LUNGS can not possibly know of It." Ho paused a moment "It's an odd thing Weight Is Wound Up as Wind Wheel t Blown Around Markings Indithat writing such an that Is absolutely Invisible to the naked eye, and yot cate Relative Strength. when photographed bocomcs dcclpor-ablA device for testing the lung capain tho negative" "What do you make of It?" Mr. city that can be made at homo has mllk-wrlttc- n e Something LitteeOnes s That's OME TOWN HELPS I ALL CLASSES AID IN WORK Many Cities Devoting Energy and Vast Sums to Cause of Civic Im- provement. It Is ono of the practically hopeful phenomena In cities making effort to became, prosperous and comfortabln. hero and In Europe, that tho work Is not In tho hands merely of art societies nnd "beautlflers," but In the hands of boards of trado, chambers of commorce, taxpayora and merchants associations, Bhlppers, manufacturers. Boston folt Itself declining, not as an American Athens, hut ns n well let tho report which stirred up hor business men speak for Itsolf: "The foundation of convenient thor oughfares Incidentally creates sites for Important buildings. Are the court houso and Symphony hnll, Horticultural hall and tho Conservatory of Music nnd tho Christian Science templo placed whore they show to the best advantage? How much they might have added to tho city If they occupied mon been designed by ft Delaware man. A long pleco of strong wire Is bent to form a handle One end of tho wire la then bont at right angles to tho handle, to form a shaft, and the othor end la run for a short distance parallel to tha shaft and then bent down and terminated In a loop. On the Inner end of the shaft a spool with blndcs In It, to form a wind wheol, Is On tho outer end of tho Jourualed. Give He a good dog. nnd mind on sight. After the lesson we'll both have fun; I'll take you nft for a splendid run. right; me your paw, old fellow. ORIGIN OF WEDDING RINGS According to Ancient Ritual Husband Began by Placing Band on Thumb and Next Three Fingers. According to tho ancient ritual In marriage, tho husband began the ring business by plnclng it upon tho brldo's thumb and putting it successively on tho next two fingers, pronouncing for each one a person of tho Trinity; with n final amen when tho fourth linger was reached, and thero tho ring remained. Tho Orcek church ritual directs that tho ring bo placed upon tho right hand. Puritan influence sought to abolish tho ring as a vain and heathen emblem, but tho sweet old fashion of giving and tnklng emblem, "for our love's sake," yot remains to us. Botrothnl or engagement rings vary In fashion nowadays and nlways depend, or should, on tho purse of tho donor. Whero there aro no limitations of this sort his taste, If It bo perfect will lead blm to choose a diamond solitaire, nnd of the best ho can afford, a small and pure o stono being altogether preferablo to a largo stone. Some prefer a ring set with thrco stones, generally a sapphire set between two diamonds. Others select n ruby or an emerald, which signifies promise of happiness. Few persons choose pearl for nn blue-wblt- SYNOPSIS. Count dl Roslnl, the Italian ambu-adoIs at dinner with diplomat when messenger summons htm to the embassy, where a beautiful yours woman aks for a ticket to the embassy ball. made She ticket. IsThome. out In tha name of Chief Campbell of Isabel (ho secret service, and Mr, Grimm, his detective, are warned that a plot Is tead tbrenlnic In Washington, and Orlmm foes to the state ball for Information. Ills attention Is called to Miss Isabel Thome, who with her companion, disappears. A hot Is heard and Senor Alvares of the Mexican legation. Is found wounded. Orlmm la assured Miss Thome did It; he visits her, demanding knowledge of the affair, and arrests Pletro PetrosInnL Miss and they Thome visits on old Fifty otscusi a wonderful experiment Is stolen from the office thousand dollars of Bener Rodriguez, the minister from Venesusla, and while detectives nra Investigating the robbery Miss Thorns appears as a guest of the legation. Orlmm accuses nor of the theft; the money Is reatcred. but a new mystery occurs In tha disappearance of Monsieur Bolssetrur tha French ambassador. Elusive Miss Thome reappears, bearing a letter which States that the ambassador has been kidnaped and demanding ransom. Tha ambassador return and again strangely disappears. Later he Is rescued from an old houa In the suburbs. r. A bomb-make- r, CHAPTER XVI. Letter From Jail. Tot two weeks Signer Pletro Petrozlnnl, known to the Secret Service as an unaccredited ngent of tho Italian asgovernment, and tho sailant of Senor Alvarez of the Mexl-calegation, had been taking his ease In a cell. Ho had been formally arraigned and committed without ball to await the result of the bullet wound which had been Inflicted upon the diplomatist from Mexico at tho German Embassy Ball, and, since then, undisturbed and apparently careless of tho outcome, he hod spent bis time in reading and 6maklng. He had answered questions with only a curt yes or no when ho deigned to answer them at all: and tbero bad been no callers or lnqulrios for him. lie had abruptly declined a suggestion of n "P1ETRO PETROZINNI." This done the secret agent carefully cleaned the ink from the pen, wiping it dry with his handkerchief, then thrust It into tho half empty glass of milk. Tho fluid clung to the steel nib thinly; ho went on writing with it between the lines of Ink: 'I am in no danger. I hold creden tials to United States, which, when presented, will make me responsible only to the Italian government as spe- - Italian embassy and demand bis punishment. And, of course, all that makes htm moro dangerous than over." "Yes, I know that." said the chief a little Impatiently. "But who Is this man?" "Who Is this man?" Mr. Grimm repeated as If surprised at tho question. "I was looking for Prince Benedetto d'Abruzzl. of Italy. I hnve found him " brain tickMr. Campbell's clock-llked over tbe situation in detail. "It's llko this," Mr. Grimm elucidated. "He has credentials which ho knows will free hlra if he is forced to present them, but I Imaglno they wore given him more for protection In an emergency like this than for Introducing him to our government As the matter stands be can't afford to discover himself by using thoso credentials, and yet If the Latin compact Is signed, bo must bo (roo. Remember, too, that he 'Is accredited from three countries Italy, Francs and Spain." Ho was silent for a moment "Naturally his escape from prison would preserve his Incognito, nnd at the same tlmo permit him to sign the compact" Thero was silence tor a long time. "I beltnvo tho situation is without precedent," sold Mr. Campbell slowly. "The special envoy of three great powers hld for attempted-!- " "Officially wo aro not awaro of his purpose, or his Identity," Mr. Grimm reminded him. "If he escaped It would clarify tho situation tremeno f'X' tung Testing Toy. umental sites! 'Our report offers some suggestions for street changes that will creato monumental sites, as well as for cut ting streets through waste and deserted districts nenr the city centers, and for tho profitable expansion of thn shaft Is another spool to which n cord Is fastened. Tho cord supports a little wooden ball. To test tho lungs tho device is held In front of the face and the wind wheol Is blown around. As It revolves It winds up tho cord. As there are markings on the cord to Indicate how much Is wound up the roiatlvo lung strength of the peoplo using the aparatus can readily be determined. dously." "If ho escaped!" repeated Mr. Camp-bomusingly. "Rut, of course, tho compact would J ll counsel. Twice each day, morning and night, he had asked n question of tho Jailer who brought his simple meals. "How is Senor Alvarez?" "He is Rtlll In a critical condition." The answer was always the same. Whereupon the secret agent would return to his reading with not a shadow of uneasiness or concern on bis face. Occasionally thero came a courteous little note from Miss Thome, which he read without emotion, afterward casting them asldo or tearing them up. He never nnswercd them. And then one day there, come another note which, for no apparent reason, seemed to stir him from his lethargy. Outwardly it was llko all tho others, but not be signed, at least In this country," Mr. Grimm went on tentatively. Mr. Campbell gazed straight Into the listless eyes of the young man for a minute cr moro nnd gradually full understanding camo home to him. Finally ho codded his head. "Use your own Judgment Grimm," he directed. Mr. engagement ring, as pearls aro sui- posed to typify tears. They aro also too perishable to become emblems of love, which. In Its first glow, at least Is alwnys understood to bo Indestructible. Their beauty la very precarious, ATHLETIC SUIT VERY USEFUL oeing dimmed or "aged," as the laid dary expresses It, by contact with Im Bloomers Under Skirt, Which Can Be pure nlr, while acid annihilates them completely. Fastened Out of the Way Conve nient for Bicycle Riding. WHY LITTLE STARS TWINKLE Most girls prefer bloomers for wear in h.ithlnz or while indulging In other British Scientist Says Phenomena Is athletic exercises, but do not care to Chiefly Effect Produced In Atmosthem. For their benewalk around in phere on Waves of Light. man has designed a fit a California when Senor Petrozlnnl scanned the sheet his eyes lighted strangely, and he stood staring down at it as though to hide a sudden chango of expression In his face. Ills gaze was concentrated on two small splotches of Ink where, it 6cemcd, the pen bad scratched as Miss Thorno had signed her name. The guard stood at the barred door for a moment, then started to turn away. The prisoner Btopped him with a quick gesture. "Oh,' Guard, may I have a glass of milk, pleasoT" bo askod. "No ice. I prefer It tepid." He thrust a small coin between the tars; the guard accepted It and passed on. Then, still standing at the door, the prisoner read the note again: "My Dear Friend: "I understand, from an Indirect source, that there baa been a marked Improvement In Senor Alvarez's con ditlon, and I am hastening to send you the good' news. Thero Is every hope that within a short wbtlo, if ho con tlnues to lmprovo, wo can arrango a ball bqud;'';nd you will bo freo until (he tlmo of trial, anyway. "Might it not bo well for you to consult an attorney at once? Drop me a lino to lit mo know you received Sincerely, this. "ISABEL, THORNE." Finally the prisoner tos&ed tbe note on a tiny tablo In a corner of his cell, and resumed bis reading. After a time, the guArd returned with tho milk. "Would" It be against the rules for me to write an answer to this?" queried Slgnor Petrozlnnl, and he in dlcatcd tho note. "Certainly not," was tbe reply. "If 1 might troublo you, thon, for pen and Ink and paper?" suggested tbe slgnor and be smiled a little, "Be lieve me, I would prefer to get Uiam for myself. "I guess that's right," tbe guard The Prisoner Read It Greedily. clal envoy, according to International law. Arrango escape for ono week from tonight; uso any money necessary. Make careful arrangements for the test and signing of compact for two nights after." Again the prisoner cleaned tho steel nib, after which ho put It back In the bottle of Ink, leaving It thero. He wared tho sheet of paper back and forth to dry it and at last scrutinized It minutely, standing under tho light window of his celL from tha high-uLetter by letter the milk evaporatod. leaving the sheet perfectly clean and meswhite except for the sage. This sheet he folded, placed In an onvolopo, and addressed. Later tho guard passed along the corridor, and Slgnor Petrozlnnl thrust the letter out to him. to post that "Bo good enough pleased' he requestod, "It isn't sealed. I don't know If your prison rules require you to read tbo letters that go out If so, read it or have It read, then seal It" For answer the guard dampened the flap of the envelope, sealed it. thrust it Into hU pockpt and passed ou. Tbe secrot agent sat down again, and sipped his milk medltatlvoly. Ono hour later Mr. Grimm, accompanied by Johnson, camo out of a photographer's dark room In Pennsylvania Avenuo with a developed negative which ho sat on a rack to.dry. At the end of another hour ho was sitting nt his desk Btudylng, under u magni fying glass, a finished print of the negative. Word by word ho was writing on a slip of paper what his magnifying glass gave him and so, p n CHAPTER A Call on XVII. the Warden. The re3tful silence of night layover the great prison. Here and thorn In the grim corridors a guard dozed in tho glare of an electric light; nnd In the office too, a desk light glimmered whero the warden sat at his desk, poring over a report Once he glanced up at tho clock It was live minutes of cloven and then ho went on with bis reading. After a littlo the silence was broken by tho whir of tho clock and tho first sharp stroke of the hour; and at Just that moment tbe door from the street opened and a man entered. Ho was rather tall and slender, and a sinister black mask hid his face from tht quickly raised eyea of the warden. For a baro fraction of a second the two men stared nt each other, then, Instinctively, the warden's right hand moved 'toward the open drawer of his desk whero a revolver lay, and his loft toward several electrically connected levers. The Intruder noted both gestures, and, unarmed himself, stood silent Tbo warden was first to speak. "Well, what Is It?" "You havo a prisoner here, Pletro Petrozlnnl," was the reply, In a pleasant voice. "I havo como to demand hif release." The warden's right hand was raised above the desk top, and the rovolver in It clicked warnlngly. Useful Athletic Suit. costume which combines both bloom' ers ami skirt, but which provides for fastening the latter article, out of tho way. Tho skirt has a front (lap which :an be opened and fastened up to the waist, leaving tho lower limbs frco In the bifurcated garments and permit ting much greator freedom of move ment Tho other part of tho skirt is sewed fast to tbe seams of the bloom ers nnd when tho wearer Is swimming for Instance, helps keep her afloat. This costume Is also n convenient one for cycling, ns tho skirt can bo fastened up when she dismounts. Tho waistband of tho costumo Is of elns-ti- c dlmonslons. YOUTH AND AGE. "You havo como to demand his reeh?" he queried. He still sat I lease, asked my pa a simple thing, motionless, with his eyes fixed on ths "Whers hole In doughnuts go." "How did you pass the P.i rtti'l Ills papt-- r then It black mask. you're too young to know." outside guard?" (TO HU CONTINUED.) I asked my ma nhout thn wind. "Why can't you see It blowr Mi thought n moment, then sha said "Oh, you're too yount; to Itnow.' said-Oh- Central African Tree. A remarkable tree has boen dlscov. I shout thn region of Lake Chad. Africa. Its power of increase in every way Is remarxauie. in a low aiuaias an extensive tract of land, we rend, became an lnpenetrable forest In one season St Is said to grow to tbe height of from four to five meters; In other words, from 13 to over 16 foet Its foliage Is said to resemble the mimosa and Its branches ore thorny. Tbe wood can be cut Into planks, and the natives work It up into canoes. tbs The Tlllio mission has utilized wood for making tables and doors. nests use, among other materials, long strands of tougb, whitish seaweed, tho strands forming the outer shell or basket of tta nost, and by tholr stickiness assl&t In securing it to tho rock. By the LI mo the birds bare these bits of seaweed ar washed cletn by rains and are drlod in tbo sun Thon Is wbon they art extracted by Chinese gatherers and mado Into parcels for sale. They form strips about eight Inches long, somewhat of tho appearance of Iceland moss, light, shiny, translucnl and of ao positive taste. earth do you suppose They went nnd licked me so? Ma nsked. "When; Is that Jnii" I said, un, i in too young io Know." Now. why on grinned 'Peace of Mlna. Birds' Neit Soup. Again ha went away and tho prls A tranquil heart Is tbe life of th Old books of travel represent to- nucr sat thoughtfully sipping tho milk. envy Is the rottenness o Ho took half of It, then lighted a clg Asiatics as putting tho nests luU flesh, but ertho bones. Proverbs of Solomon tv art tto. puffed it once or twice and per soups and stows. This Is entirely Tho birds which make these 30. kaitU'd Uia light to die After a llttlt roneous. Way to Open Pea Pod. Little Iluth. aged four, was visiting In tbo country. Ono day sho saw hor grandmother opening eomo pods and nsked what thuy were. "They aro peas for your dinner, my dear." was tho Conundrums. reply. Mr. Jnmea met three tramns this A couple or days later tho old lady To the first ho gave five v.as doing tho same thing again, when morning. Ruth said: "Orsndraa, may I help un cents, to tho second ten cents and to the third ten cents. What time was button the pens?" It? Do you nil give up? It Is easy enough to sou that It was a quarter to ThlnUlna of Himself. Little Klmor was tiding on a hobby thrco. n the days when Dan Rice was at horse with a playmate. Ho wan on tho horsu's neck, and did not feel comfort- tbo height of hh tame as a horseable. After a moment's reflection be back rldor he rode half a score ot carreerlng horses at once. What o.sll: "Wllllo, I think '.( one of us gets off time was it then? Qolng on ten. of oourse. ' eould rids bettor." Perhaps you remember that In youth somo kindly elder soul took you Into the darkness of some glorious sum mcr night and pointed out tho stars r.nd planets, telling you glibly enough PLEAS FOR THE PLAYGROUND that tho unwinking star overhead wns n planet, while "that bluo one down Boys and Girls of the Cities 8hould thero which twinkles" was a star. The Have Their Public Placts fact that planets shone only or mainly of Recreation. with reflected light, whlio the stars "burned," was supposed to explain the Herr Froebel, In "Tbo Education twinkling, as against the steadfast rndlnncc. Kven this young Illusion Is of Man," says: "Every town should have its own dispelled by a British scientist, who for tho boys. common playground says: 'Tho twinkling of tho stars is chief Glorious result would como from this ly an effect produced in our atmos-phcr- o for tho entire community. For at this upon tho waves of light It Is period games, whenever It is feasible, duo to currents nnd strata of air o( are common, and thus develop tho different densities intermingling nnd feeling nnd doslro for community, and floating past each other, through which tbe laws and requirements of commu tho light passes to tho eye. It Is seen nlty. Tho boy tries to see himself In much moro In cold than In warm his companions, to feel himself In weather, nnd near tho horizon more them, to weigh and measuro hlniBelf than orcrhead. The samo effect may by them, to know and And himself be seen by looking out of a window with their holp. Thus the games diover a hot radiator, or nt a caudle rectly Influence and educate the boy held on tho other side of a hot stove. for life, awaken and cultivate many so that ono must look through a body civil and moral virtues." From tho eastern part ot our counof highly heated nlr at tbo candto flame. The llame will lie seen to try comes nn eloquent plea for tho waver and quiver. Tho various layers tendont of playgrounds at Pittsburg, of air are at different densities nnd In tendent of playgrounds nt Pittsburgh,!, motion. Rapid twinkling of the stars writes: "From tho juvenile court.V from prisons, from hospitals, from is a sign of a chango of weather. students of social evils, from every department of science devoted to tho A QUESTION. study of man, comes the warning that in mir dny, as In no other day, the world has yet soon, wo need In our great cities to glvo heed to tho nature and spirit of childhood nnd youth and to tho right of tho people to happiness, Society has not so much forgotten as It has failed to realize In these strenuous days of materialism how much modern city nnd social fc conditions are making void for many a fundamental tenet of our national creed. In tho boys, and girls or the streets, in the delinquent, the fallen, tho outcast, tho unuccessful and the misfits thero Is tho same hungor for happiness that Is our own. But If that hunger must be satisfied In the homo of one or two or tho tenement, in the street, nickelodeon, cheap theater, Baloon or public dance hall, or not at nil, who can "I say, gran'pa, bow d'you know wonder at Individual ruin or social disaster?" iu ntusu uui taiui juni iiijw tur city expansion that might bring dead land Into activity, raise taxable values, incrcaso tho use of thn water front or harbor, and thus add to tho riches of tho city. 'The fever for municipal Improve ment has also reached Sonth America and we aro (old that In Rio Janeiro they aro not only building lino docks nnd improving tho harbor, but that a upaco of two and a halt miles long and three hundred feet wide has been appropriated through tho settled city from water to water for a boulevard one hundred root wide and over a mllo long. The salo of tho one hundred feet on either side Is said to have paid for tho wholo Improvement In the short spare of elgbten months the city constructed this beautiful avenue and gained nn enormous amount of taxable property. "In Formosa the Japanese aro plan ning a capital. Mr. Fashtmn, the architect who has tho design In hand, has recommended the essential principles of the original plan of Washington. "Those American cities which have had tlmo to think are devoting energy and vast sums of money to work of this or of similar character. The- - And that municipal Improvement not only tends to their own convenience, but nlso to attract strangers and to directly contribute toward a city's material prosperity." 1 three-roome- Beautifying the Horns, Wlillo critics have been calling loudly for something truo and original In American architecture there has been quietly developing a type that is really both new and nrtlstlc, saya Charles M. Cheney In tbo House Beautiful. Discarding tho restrictions of tradition, a strong and vlrilo style founded on tho best principles ot composition and design is asserting itself In tbo small house. Beauty Is arrived at through tho simple elements ot August 31, 1911 "the CITIZEN Page Scvea 3E El POULTRY TRAP NEST NEW FORM OF POULTRY HOOK POULTRY Does Away With Necessity of Havlnj Legs of Chickens TUd Togethsr Easily Holds Two Birds. An Improved LITTLE ESSENTIALS IN PROPER HANDLING OF THE MELON CROP Grodlnjr and Branding BEREA Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE Ol THE MOUNTAINS What Arc Your Talents? What Hre Your Aims? Berea Has the Training That Is Best For YOU. DANISH 8yitem Commonly Utcd In Denmark to Improve Laying Qualities of Fowls I 8hown Herewith. The trnp nest most commonly used by Danish poultry keeper, who have adopted thla system very largely for Improving the laying; qualities of tbelr fowls, Is shown In the Illustration. The nest, which may bo built In seta or even In two tiers, stands upon legs, F V, two feet from tho ground. The nest. A, can bo placed either at tho back of the box, ns shown In tho cut. or at one sldo of tho trnp. If used lis a alnglo nest the top, II, may be filngcd, so that the hen can be taken out that way. When a hen wishes to enter she flies on to tho lighting board, II, which Is about threo Inches narrower than the entrance, leaving 1H Inches clear space on each aide. She walks along It to the rear, and In so doing tips the board which Is hung on the plvut, K, down an Inch or two to the stop, 0. This raises the further end of tho lighting board and releases the hlnrcd support, C, which drops down and 1 D A Simple Trap Neit. raises the board, which awlugs Into a perpendicular position and effectively closes tho opening, I). TLese nests hould bo made 24 Inches long and IS Inches square. TUB FEED BOX FOR POULTRY 8o Arranged That Twelve Hens Can Cot Around Implement and Eat Without the Least Crowding. Secure some empty butter tubs of the heaviest wood you can find, with heavy oak or galvanized Iron hoops, tlore a number of boles In these, flvo Inches from the bottom, and saw down from tho top to theso holes, leaving Finished Dox. points as shown In the second Illustration. Smooth tbo edges with a knife and It Is ready for use. Twelve Dens can got around ono of these tubs and cat, without crowding. They aro Holes Dored. handy to carry either empty or full. The fowls cunnot roost on them, and fe'jnscquently they aro always clean, &.i when not In use they can be stacked up In n corner out of tbo way. Smaller tnbu or pulls can be used for chickens. WASTED EGGS IN MINNESOTA Farmer Loses on Average Two Out of Every Dozen That Hen Lays-Mil- lion Dollars Lost Two eggs out of every doten laid by Minnesota hens may bo said to drop through tho holes In tho farmer's basket before they reach the market. In other words, while the ban sees to It that every egg she lays Is worth taking caro of, the farmer takes proper care of only ten. The aggregate loss from this cause reaches over a million dollars annually. Nearly all those egga may bo saved by a better nrrangoment of poultry housea, a better system lit collecting eggs and by In quick marketing. Several egg associations aro showing us how to do It, and sotno day nearly rVl that million dollars will nestle lr tho farmer's pocket Instead of going to waste. Care of Chloken Yard. The poultry yard should be plowed or spaded up every two weeks or so. Ily exposing tne under soil to tho sun It keeps pure and the chicks enjoy It. Ever uotlce that Immediately the chicken yard la spaded up the bird begin to niakd dust boles. How can bablts. thoy do this on bard ground? form of poultry hool has been Invented by an Indiana man Judgment as to tbo Time of Picking and Good Caro In Packing Are of Much Importance for the Best Its advantago la that It does not ne Results cessltato tho tying together of the fowls' legs nor the piercing of them b) Help tho Commission Men. a pointed hook. Furthermore, raori than one fowl can be hung on oni (Uy JOHN w. i.Lorn.) to pick considerably before this point book. Tho dovlco hero shown conslsti There la considerable difference of has been reached, In order to run no of a shank with a forked end, eact (pinion as to the exact stago of ma- risk of the melons becoming soft tn turity at which melons should be transit. ii picked for shipment, ff allowed to In fact, some growers make a pracbecome too ripe before picking, tbey tice of picking the melons before a become soft by the time they bavo crack appears about the stem or any reached the market, and often must change ot color takes place, even on be sacrificed In order to effect an Im- the under sldo of tho frulL mediate sale. That proper grading results In the It picked too green, tho melons securing of better prices than Indisreach the market In firm condition, criminate packing, Is evidenced by the but are lacking tn flavor, and are not experience of certain growers who desired by the best trade. It Ik a have departed from the usual custom, nlco point to pick melons at such a and practice a regular system ot graddegree of ripeness that they will ing whereby three distinct grades ot reach the market In firm condition, marketable melons nrd made, and and yet possess the requisite flavor. shipped under three different brands. The farther from tbo market the ot grading and Buch a system melons are produced, the less mature branding makes It possible for the they must be when picked. Further- commission man to plnce the differmore, the rapidity of softening after ent grades with the different classes picking varies with the temperature of trade. Instead of being obliged to to which the melons are subjected. sell tbo entire shipment as ungraded The cooler they can be kept after stock to undlscrlmlnatlng purchasers. picking, the longer then can be alAs a result, tho best grade often lowed to remain on the "vines and the better flavor they will have. New Poultry Hook. It Is, therefore, essential that tncmbr of tho fork being formed with melons be placed In the shade the as an opm-sldeloop and a bent mem- soon aa possible after picking, and be ber projecting upward parallel with kept shaded until tbey arc loaded Into tho shank. A ring at the top of this the car. hanger provides foi the passago of a For the same reason, riper melons rope or thin rod on which It can bo bo shipped under refrigeration moved backward and forward to auy con point desired. To hang up a chicken than In ventilated cars. It Is also on this hook ono foot Is passed true that melons shipped during exthrough each of the open loops, which cessively hot weather, unless under refrigeration, will soften more rapidly aro Just narrow enough to keep the Crate Holding Twelve Melons. chicken's feet from slipping through, than those shipped during cooler rnd thus suspend IL If there aro not weather. brings double the price of ungraded The condition of the vines and the enough hooks to go around so that stock, so that tbo excees in price retheru Is ono (or each fowl, two birds rapidity ot ripening of the melons in ceived for tho higher grades is practhe field will also have a bearing upon can be strung up on a banger as easily the stngc of maturity at which they tically all clear gain as a result ot as one. grading. should be picked. Tho quality of a melon Is the priKarly In tbo shipping season; wben STORING EGGS ON THE FARM the vines are In full vigor nnd the mary factor which determines Its melons ripening slowly, the fruits grade, though slzo and condition aro New Yorker Discusses Question of In- may 'safely bo left upon the vines un- also to be considered. stalling Storage Plant for Extremely high quality and uniform til more mature than would be safe Keeping Product. later In tho season when the plants elze and color are always essential In have becomo somewhat weakened, or, the making ot a fancy Trade. "If there la money for the specu- by reason of excessive heat, the melThe size must also be normal and lator In storing eggs, why Isn't there ons are ripening very rapidly. tho packing perfect. The No. 1 grade money In It for the poultry man?" Whllo It is true that no rule enn should be ot nearly as high quality as Thla Is tho way Charles T. Hatch, be given for picking melons that will the fancy grade, but may Include odd owner of the White Leghorn poultry apply under all conditions, and that sizes, though the different specimens farm at Watervllle, N. Y reasoned, tho grower must exercise Judgment In in a glveu packago should bo fairly with the result that he la making reference to each day's picking, tbo uniform In size. preparations to Install bta own cold Ideal will be attained when the conThis grade may include melons too storage plant. Itccently he said to an ditions aro such that the melons will large or too small for the fancy grado. editorial representative of the Ameri- reach the market In the best condiThe No. 2 grade should consist ol can Agriculturist, when visiting Ms tion It picked as soon ns the fruit will the' balance of t. o salable melons. farm: part readily from the stem wben the Theto should be of fair quality and "Tbo crlmo of the egg business Is latter Is pressed with the thumb or far superior to the flavorless culls the practlco of selling old eggs as finger. sometimes shipped by unscrupulous fresh gathered. I may send a cntto There Is a tendency among growers growers. eggs to New York tho day after of they are gathered and get no more for them than a nitlghbor who holds bis eggs three weeks before shipping them. There should be a closer of the sale of eggs. Recently in New York city I taw a sign In front of a grocery store offering 'fresh gath- Weeds Cause Farmerp to Uccomo Farmer Compelled to Mow Grass and Weeds From Five-Acr- e Stacouruzcd on Account ot ered" egga at less than the wholesale Field to Find. Injury Plan far Cormarket had been for weeks. Tuber Crop. rect tag: EvlL. "I have quoted an Increase In the demand for sterile eggs for consump(By ANTON WAQNER.) Oly THOMAS M. CISEL.) tion. Fresh gathered eggs went Into Two years ago tho writer observed Timothy Is ono of tho best paying storage In New York during April at crops grown on the farm wben the a farmer mowing grass and weeds e 24 cents per doren. They will probafrom a field that had evidentfields can be kept frco from weeds. ly bly como out next December at 40 been cultivated early In the season. Hut tho weeds are causing many farmcents. I figure that it will coat tne ers to quit tho crop, as the meadows Tho farmer Informed us that this was about $1 a case to carry my eggs In becomo choked with weeds and usual- his potato patch, but that the grass cold Btorago from April until Decembad grown so high and ly but one or two crops are grown and weeds ber or January. Having my own coal- before tho sod Is spoiled and must be er I can be certain that tho cases aro turned under and sown again. turned dally, so that the yolk will not spoiling of the meadows can stick to tho shell. Figuring tho cost beTho prevented by using tbo mower of operating the cooler and tho interTho hay Is harvested. est on investment, I believe I will after tho becomo cbokod with weedB mako good profit on storing 100 cases meadows usually but one or two crops are a month, which I gather on thla farm and Is spoiled and laying season, re- grown before tho sod during tho spring must be turned under and sown again. producing sterllo eggs I will bo nblo Tho spoiling of the meadows can Trying to Find His Potatoes. to build up on cxcluslvo trade." mower bo prevented by using the The thick that be was obliged to cut tbem after tho hay Is harvested. meadow should be clipped as often with a mower nnd rako them off before bo could dig bis potatoes. as tho weeds start to mako seed. After tho crop bad been harvested I This should bo kept up until the frost comes. It this Is continued for ascertained that It turned out about several years tho wocds can be al- 72 bushels per ncro. The ground was rich, mellow, and It It bad been propmost entirely cleared from the tod. Where timothy comes a poor stand erly cultivated tho yield would bate or Is thinned by dry weather or other been more than doubled. On an adjoining farm less than a causes tbo stand can be much Improved by tbo use ot the harrow and half mile from this field, threo acres of potatoes yielded "IS bushels. Bee tho sowing ot more seed. ' In September take a heavy tooth tho difference? Keep the poultry yards cleaned up harrow and give tbo sod a good Helps for the Hog Raiser. and allow nothing that has been lefi Whon the perfect stand Is obtained It Is common sense that a matura uneaten by the fowls to accumulate get sow will produce larger and more per then seo that tbo weeds do not and decompose will kill out tho feet pigs than a very young one. It the young turkeys prefer to roost to mako seed, which year. Do not attempt to ralso fall pigs In tho big tree In the yard, tot tbem. grass next Meadows treated In this way do without having first prepared a perWo all have to scratch when a and mortgage Is on tho place and tho ben not become thinyears. worthless but fect system of housing for tho winImprove for ter. will do hor sharo toward lifting It It w'U Most farmers think tho sowing or Spring pigs can get along very well you will let her scratch too. seed the Important part In get- without shelter except from rain' until of an early molt Is tho Tho advantago ting a good meadow. It Is veil to do fall; If you are so shiftless .is to have hens all foathered out and the seeding In good shape but more to fallthen, to provldo shelter, tbey are hotstrong and active before cold weather often the stand Is lost from some, ter able to stand cold and rain. starts. other cause. Some people claim that a bog Is a lay Irregularly during tho Most hens Orass fields can be much Improved scavenger by nature, but be certainly process, and llttlo can be with a covering ot manure. This molting thrives belter on clean feed and done to remedy thla state ot affnlra. should be done In tho fall or early surroundings. Oeeso and ducks are noisy, but winter. Use a manure spreader and what's tbo difference as long aa tbey glvo tho field a thin spread ot flno Woman Runs Frog Farm. manure. can be sold at a good priceT A young woman 2u years old, ventltuto the Incubator Coarse manure, where a spreading a frog farm In Alameda county, In order to It conclsts ot two acres Itself experienced users say that It Is done In tho spring, will sometimes California. Fall of swampy land, but produces a tine odor on the boy. should bo put in a well ventilated leave an ulwoys best spreading la profit as she sells all the frogs she room. cau raise at from '$2 to $3 per dozen. The profit in ducks depends on how Chicken for Dinner. quickly they get tbelr growth. Tbey In providing a chicken dinner for Poor Market Animals. ought to be ready for market In ten the homo It Is not necessary to select Somo farmers have a quee- - Idea weeks. cockerels. that it Is not necessary to keep the the biggest and It is a good plan to get the young, The smaller birds may be Just as fat pig growing from the moment be Is to roosting In the poultry culckens and toothsome, but tbey do not weigh able tp eat, and that Is why so many homo early, before tbey form other so much and bring less In the market prodjico poor market anlmalf f 1 Are you not far advanced! Then enter tho FOUNDATION 8CH00L, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent Her ye will bo placed with others llko yourself, under a special, teacher,. anaVmak most rapid progress. You wilt master Arithmetic and the co'mrnoat branches and be ready to uso them. You will have singing, drawing, faraa and household management, and frco Ono year in the Foundation School costs less than $90 and Is worth $1,000. Are you aiming to be a teachcrT Then Join the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Here you will be t trained that you will fear no examination, and you will be taught how to teach. Tho demand for Berea trained teachers far exceeds tho supply. Aro you Interested in earning money? THE VOCATIONAL 6CHOOL8, Mile E. Marsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Course, Etc. Here you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy douse things in a superior manner. Are you desiring the next beat thing to a College CoursoT Then take two years or threo years In the , GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. or three years, in such practical studies as will fit you for an honorable and useful life. You select your studies from such as these: Physiology tho sclonce of, health; Civics the science of government; Gramma ; tho art ot correct speech and Ethics tbo science ot right and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence; Botany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to evory lady; Physic tho science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc Do you wish to prepare to enter CollegoT Start tn the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Mathenyy Dean. Best training In Mathematics, Languages, Sclenco and .History. Tb Academy has its own and Men's Dormitory, and a large bodr of students of high character and ability, able Instructors, and 'us of Cot leg Library and apparatus. text-bookBook-BindinTwo-yearsletter-writingclass-rooms Berea College The College itself stands apart from all tho other schools) under Its msnt agoment and has long maintained the highest standards known In tho South. To conform to tho Carnegie standards we have diminished our. former requirements'. Required add olcctlvo otudlcs with opportunity to concontratai Laboratories) ki particular lines. Largest collego library in Kentucky. equipped for student practice. Courses leading to the degrees of A. B., HL S., B. L, and B. Ped. MUSIC. (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory, Band, may be taken for special fees in connection with work In any ot th above schools. Questions Answered dents, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for students to earn and save In every way. OUR 8CHOOL 13 LIKE A FAMILY, with, careful regulations to protect tho character and reputation ot the young people. Our students come fros the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any 'who may bo sick the Collego provides doctor .and nurse without extra charge. All except thoso with parents In Berea live In Collego buildings, an assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable train ing, and getting pay according to the value ot tbolr labor. Except in wln-- i ter It Is expected that all will have a chanco to earn a part of their x-- j penses. Write to the Secretary bctoro coming to securo employment. PER80NAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our cltmato is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. The tlve 8 to re furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrella's and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost. The Collego asks no rent for tho fine buildings In which sti'denta live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and wasnlng of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, in tho fall, end $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing ot bedding, 40 to CO cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, and Is returned when tbo student departs. 4 Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for caro of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services ot teachers all our Instruction is a free gift). Tho Incidental Fee for most students Is $5.00 a term, $6.00 In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 In Collegiate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent toy the term, board by the halt term. Installments aro as 'follows; Vocational Berea, Friend of Working Students. Berea College, with Its affiliate"! schools, la not a money-makinInstitution. It requires certain fees, but It expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benefit of Its stifc g WEEDS, GRASS TIMOTHY BEST AND POTATOES PAYING CROP five-acr- and Foundation FALL TERM School. $ 5.00 6.60 9.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 $29.00 Academy and Normal. $ 6.00 7.00 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 $31.40 $ 6.00 College-- . Incidental Fee Room Board, 7 weeks Amount duo Sept. 13. 1911 Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911 f Poultry 7.00 7.00 9.45 $23.45 9.45 $32.90 132.40 $ Total for term If paid In advanco WINTER TERM Incidental Feo Room Jird, 6 I weeks 5.00 6.00 9.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $30.70 $ 6.00 7.00 7.20 9.00 9.00 Amount due Jan. 3, 1912 Board 6 weeks, duo Feb. 14, 1912 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $28.50 $ 5.00 $2320 Total for term If paid In advance 8PRING TERM $32J0 931.70 Incidental Foe Room Board, 6 weeks Amount due March 27. 1912 Board 6 weeks, due May 1, 1912 f 7.00 E.0 4.00 6.75 $15.75 6.75 $22.50 $22.00 5.00 6.76 $17.75 6.75 $24.60 $24.00 6.75 $18.75 C.75 $25.50 $25.0 -- Total for term If paid In advance...., do-ce- Plan Now, Some September I3th young man or young woman can pot an education at Any Berea It thero Is the will to do so. It U a great advantage to start In the Fall and have a full year ot continuous study. Many young people waste time In the public schools going over and over the same things, when tbey might bo improving much tastes by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies with somo ot. th best young men and women from other counties and States. Make your plans to come September 13th. For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary. able-bodie- d roan-age- s best-forme- D. Walter Morton, bereh, ky. V THE CITIZEN. AwftMrt 31, 1911. 1 spent last week returned homo a few Mys ago and Our now tclcnhono lino to this placo Mamie ana uossie King 01 climax Sandlln of Richmond Ballange r, Sunday. with her cousin, Miss Buda Powell. reports ft nice t rip. AuBt' Nancy Bowli now completed. Miss Zoo Mooro visited Miss EtU o Mrs. Wllllo Mundy and Miss Laura man, Nannie Mays and Dr. Mahaffey Sunday School at this placo is prog stay a few H has gono to Livingston to 1 o weeks with her cousin, Mrs, W. N. ressing nicely with 11 largo at- Murray will leave, Tuesday, for Cali- enjoyed a nice melon dinner at O, J. . X Monday was Inspection fornia, being called to the bodsldo Gentry's, Wednesday. Rlggs. Several from this vicinity at- tendance. Mary "Woods COUNTY 1 tended the Laurel County Fair. L. day at JohnctU. Several ties wero of their sick slstor, Mrs. Parks good horso and a taken up. Opplo Owens and Reuben who has consumptions-Chest- er VIVA C. Mooro lost a spent Viva, Aug. 28. Wm. Jones who w.a nice calf this week. Robert Webb of Ball of Brush Creek wero visiting and Chester Engle of Berea aWM '!" I un ly 1st wmr. Ts Man B HniipilnH iMW Ab- - Sunday night with tho former's so badly burned by powder at last Richmond was thru here buying hos, on Clear Creek, Sundays-Elija- h a "HKt fK. Writ fUtaly. aaUleatioa, kit l Mt lot parents. Mrs. Mark Flancry and writing Is dead. He only lived about ney was at Wlldlc, Monday, on busithis week, at flvo cents per pound. Sunday is regular church day at Flat ness. Ira Ash was at Climax, Sun- two daughters, Mliues Elizabeth and 24 hours. He was burled at tho McNeal be tho graveyard. Ho leaves a mother, one report a nice time. Dr. C. M. Bow Lick. Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Mooro day. Henry Abney, Vorna Gabbard, a, Vorna left, Wednesday, to PRES. FROST BACK visiting In Owsley County Nick and Cal Chastoen went to Jonn-ett- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eager and brother and three children and lots will be lea ana wire 01 runnioii, w Monday night, Mrs. Joan Shell other relatives of Owsley County for of friends to mourn his loss, Sam welcome guests of W. N. Hughes and next week. Matt Plgg of near Berea tho next two weeks. Mrs. Witt Is Carrol fell In the mfhea last week and visiting at T. P. Bullock's- - Eu- - was shopping In Climax, Tuesday. Frost Is back from hlB wife, this week Prof. Hunflect of President eager to BOO London, passed thru Greennau lasi geno Glpson made a business trip to Mr. Henry Abney was at Clear Creek visiting her daughter, Mrs. Susie a bank car ran over hla hand mash dimmer absence and Flancry ing Kentucky, as week looking after students for the East Bernstadt, this week, W. M. on buslnoss, Tuesday. Miss 1'earl Baldwin, of Danvlllcv-C- arl It very badly, one finger being his irlonds In Eastern Is visiting and mother of Texas wero the guests broken. Sid Warren Is visiting his been unable to do for some Suo Bennett Memorial Schools Mr. Hamilton and wife will be visiting In Hampton of Goochland he has was Livingston and vicinity for the next her aunt. Cora Abney, of this place. of Mark Flanery, Thursday and Fri- iron, Tod, of this place, who la very or Here Robinson Carter time. George and Will Drew visited Char day. Chas. Powell and need Hazel-woo- d sick with rheumatism. Mrs. Bertha Arrangement are made for him to here soliciting studenU for Berea two weeks. The Citizen la always a ago. made a business trip to Rich- Long from Florida and Mr. and Mrs. clUrens of Breathitt Co.. College last wock. I think Berea will welcome visitor. We think It Im- ley Drew last Saturday ft week address the Chas. Farmer Geo. Wolfe of Idamay have been vis mond, Saturdays-Mr- s. CLIMAX Monday night, Sept. get a lot of the Grcenhall boys tais proves with each Issue, and believe at Jackson, on Climax, Aug. 19 Conley Hale was of McKee Is visiting her father, iting their father, Geo. Miller Of Prof. Rlgby with his music will next year. Luther Plerson and some It should be In ever' home. tth. d In our town the 17th to have his Lewis Sandlln, this week. Mrs. Illch-ar- this place. Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe have accompany him. others of this place went to Cin . Bowler of Mexico Is visiting her returned to their home at Idamay, wagon repaired. J. F. Dooley was oxcurslon, recently. Several from cinnati on the Hurley, Aug. 26. COUNTY bring a wag father, Dr. Martin. ftccompanlod by Mrs. Long and their C. A. Minter Bold a nice mule colt to this place Attended the Association at our place the 13th to Kingston. Aug. 20 Suda and Green little sister, Mafgle Miller. Miss MeKBK for 75. W. F. Henry at Drip Rock, the 25th. Miss Lllllo on for repair. Wm. Cummins Is ImArch Peters Berea, Gabbard of Parrot, Is vlsltlnr her proving now. He has been very low Powell spent Sunday with Nellie and la Beatty, of Beattyvllle Is the gues.' County Court and Edgar Brockman, of McKee, Aug. 28.-- On and Mrs. Wash Ed Lawson, of Moto Jeff Jackson of Miss Nannie Beatty, this week- sbought a lot of hogs at Greenhall, brother, Graver Gabbard at thliplace. with typhoId--M- r. day, Aug. 21st. Inst. The Hon. H. C to put on the market at Richmond. Is visiting his Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Simpson of was McGulre's little baby who was sick '0f Detroit, Michigan, Wm. Baker of Clay County Judge, spoke to Faulkner, services at In town, Monday. Mrs. Martha Gab last week Is about well again. Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Jackson. Louisville, aro visiting friends and of voters and citizens There will be church a largo number Mrs. Joe Lawson of Lexington is relatives at East Bernstadt and Viva, Rock Springs, Saturday and Sunday bard Is slowly Improving. Charley Emery Amyx of Eglon waa In our upon the Issues of the day In Kenvisiting relatives hero and at Mote, this week and will visit Mr. Simpson's Wo hopo to have a nice crowd. and Leonard Gabbard had an apple town tho other day on business. tucky politic. He held the Interest of week. Hamilthis week. Mr. and Mrs. I. A, Bow- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Simp The Rev. Harvey Johnson has ac cutting, Thursday night, Mrs, David Mr. and Mrs. John Gadd of notwithstanding the crowd closely Mrs. man and family left, Tuesday, for son, of Jackson County, before their tho cepted tho Greenhall circuit and will Gabbard Is visiting on Little Clover, ton, Ohio, are visiting Mr. and an affray that happened In Mrs. Brodbead, where they will attend the return homo. Miss Zoe Moore of Typreach the next year at tho same Is all tho Cummlngs, father and mother of street while he was speaking. Mr. places he did last year. His regular this week. Apple drying Gadd. J. W. Jones of Goochland was fair. Mr. and Mrs. R. Hudson made ner, spent the day with relatives at go In this neighborhood at present. Slagle was In town on the 21st In on a business trip to Richmond, Monday. this place the 2Mb. She la on her ten meetlne at the Chapel will be tne Wiley Roberts went to attend the at Climax a fow days since Interest of The Cltlren.-- A tho Is extremely dry here at Mrs. Davis Munday spent last week way to Livingston where she will Sunday In each month. by tho first Fair at London, the 22nd. The Rev. days meeting, conducted proscntsThe Masonic Order held a with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John spend a fow wcekss-Bl- ll Chas. Jones was Greenhall, Aug. 14. Mrs. ChrisCornelius preached at Indian Creek Revs. Ball and Combs, at the picnic at Cave Spring, Jackson Co., Jackson of Mote. Mrs. Mark Flanery thrown from a mule this week and Venable Is expecting her husband, Saturday. Sunday School and PrayTuestian church here, closed last tho 19th and gavo a free dinner and was shopping In Berea, Saturday. got a shoulder thrown out of place. C. Venablo, home from Hamilton, day night without any additions to Ohio., the 17th. There was a large er meeting are progressing nicely at all the Masons In our locality visit- Mr. Jno. Powell spent part of last We ar glad to see Mr. John Miller, this place. of Dayton, the church.-- L. N. Tay.lor ed and reported a good time. The week In Jackson County visiting who got his knee hurt from a fall to Attendance of about COO people at ' Ky., was In town from tho 21st ROCKCASTLE COUNTY iron Clad Baptists havo their regular relatives. Mrs. Chas. Bowman of Mt on the railroad a few weeks ago, able up Rock Spring church, Sunday, and the the 23rd. Inspecting and checking meeting at old Brush Creek church Vornon camo, Friday, to be the guest to stir out again. Miss Nora Bruroct ItOIIINKT gavo an County Supfs. oflce. Moderator, Mr. George Seale, accounts In tho Roblnet, Aug. 20. Dry weather with Bro. Culton as Moderator, the of Mr. and Mrs. I, A. Bowman lor of Corbln Is visiting her sister, Mrs. talk. M. C, scriptural excellent G. V. Rader's children, who have John Centers. Miss Etta Jones gave Hughes and Nancy Hughes were the Is taking a heavy toll In these parts 19 and 20th. Mr. Thomas Richmond some. time. had dlptherla are all able to be out welcome guests of W. N. Hughes, Sun- - and the farmers are very badly is doing good business getting out IIAKTH a party the night of tho 21st. All was very low for again. One of them and attended church at Rock couraged with the outlook. There cross ties In Jackson County, Line Harts, Aug. 21. The protracted tho boys and girls were out and re- y several days. Miss H1U, the trained tn kxuib ' ?u meeting which has been going on at port a flno time. Mrs. Rachel Beg-lenurse who will soon locate at Gray Spring. torn is selling ai there is nnd Mrs. Llla Davison wero the Macedonia closed, Sunday, with 33 Both schools per bushel at Greenhall and itnwk rared for them. sale. Miss Cattle Morris of additions. Miss Llzzlo McCluns who guests of Mrs. Tommy Stubblefleld, were closed one week on account of little for A LIFE ON THE FARM Hamilton, Ohio, is calling on Mrs. has been visiting with grandparents tho 25th. Mr. May Abrams was call the quarantine against dlptherla. Laura Plerson of Greenhall for a In Indiana returned home, Saturday. ed to the bcdsldo of his grandfather. Has oeen oic Mrs. J. IU Llewellyn Oh who ran describe It, or picture Its charm, W. N. Hughes and wife James McQueen has been quite sick Undo Stephen Abrams of Clover several days. We are Informed few weeks. for A home In the co'untrr, a life on the firm. Bottom, who Is low with typhoid expect to attend the State Fair at but Is better. Messrs. Joe VanWIn There nurtured and blessed by the fruits of the toil that there are two typhoid fever Louisville, in Sept. Wm. Venable Hayes was kle and T. J. Lake made a business fever. Mrs. Maggie Rose and chil The hand of the Matter rewarding our toll, case's at Joe Cox's. Dr. W, dren of Louisville are visiting her has raised a fine crop of watermelons We reap not the harvest of gain and of creed, trip to Red Lick, Monday.-- !. called. Sunday morning, to dress meed. But the cleanings are hallowed a year. We are building the best Lako entertained quite a number of father, F. Jones, and other relatives Gilbert, received In this wound of Jack through by Greenhall that can young folks, Saturday night Leslie at this place. Born to Mr. and Mrs. masses we wring, No toll from the a fight near Sand Gap last Satur- road We In Jackson County. We know not the smart of grim poverty's sting. McQueen and Roy Gadd wero at II. Ellas Simpson on the 26th, a flno day evening. Doctor says the cut bo found says O girl. Mother and child are doing In sunshine we sow, and in sunshine we reap, Lakes', Sunday night Mrs. I by some one In nn at- have a noble overseer and he ting was done And snug is the hearthstone when bitter blasts sweep. we are going to have tho banner visited Miss Addle Coyle, Lester tempt to cut Gilbert's throat. We sigh not for harvests of gain and of greed, CALIFORNIA road. Boys come on with your good Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bar Wednesday. For the storehouse of Nature supplies every need. we need most. SAND GAP. roads; that Is what clay of Red House visited her daugh If you are thinking of coming er Oh happy and rich is the child of the soil, Hay making in this part Is about ter, Mrs. T. J. Lake, last weeks-Ji- m want to know why yog should coat Sand Gap. Aug. 26. We have had Contentment and health, the reward of his toil, over, with the bay crop about one-thiBallenger is planning to move to California, write to sat, sad I some very nice showers of late, but lust health and contentment and who can have more, short. to Kingston. Were the gold of the universe piled at his door? shall take delight in UUIn yom wet, more are needed. Corn crops and Greenhall, Aug 14. The drouth has Oh who can describe It, or picture Its charm, and giving you any lafonaailoa yeu MLVKtl CKKKK most all others are coming out to a A home In the country, a life on the farm. up at Grcenhall with a good groat .extent and will bo much better broke Silver Creek, Aug. 21. Hcv. Brook may desire. I am ft KeatoekUa and Campbell's Scientific Farmer. Hughes and Miss Kate special Interest 1ft Kestaeky than has been expected. Died, tho rain. Robert welcome guests at D. shire of Utah preached at this place, take people. I have been la California tm lfith Inst, at her home near here, Mrs. Wilson were Sunday. Abner Eversolo has return Strong's, Saturday night. Wo have years, oa the farm and thoroughly Martha Iteece, widow of Elijah Reecc ed to his home at White Hall.-ln- o, been ill for some had very hot days at Greenhall for was a f Ino march and a splendid din- up boys for Judge O'Rear and Tho Harrison and family and John Gab understand the soli aad conditions. Mrs. Reece had past week. The therometers In time, but the end came somewhat un the ner given by tho Masons at Clover Citizen a good man, and the best bard and family of Berea spent Sun If you think of comlag to California registered 100 dgerees. expected as It was thought that her the shado say Bottom today. Among those who at- local paper. Come on boys and sub- day with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. John- drop ma ft llae. patrons of Travis school was slightly Improving, The condition Tours truly, II. L. Blahep, wero Bill scribe, you need the paper It helps son. Bradley Lake and wifo are Mr. Luther Bowles Is teaching tended from this vicinity She was tho mother of- - seven, four that Phllbeck, Bill you In every way. very sick. Mrs. Mamie Hargls is Klngsburg, Freaso County, Cal. Graythcr them the best school they have ever Ballard, sons and three daughters, but Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Harris. Lakes and George Sparks and the IIITDLKY survived by only six, as one son has had. aro gone Misses Pollie McCollum, Joyce JohnKERRY KNOR Dudley, Aug. attended Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Pulllns been dead for many years. She was Kerby Knob, Aug. 23. Mr. M. M. son and Ida Lakes. Allen Bros, are tho Holiness meeting at Mr. Wilson to Jackson County for a fow days.a well thought of lady, and leaves u Broughton and Mr. Todd, of Brass- - doing a hustling business. Our Mr. Ruckcr and family of Dreyfus host of friends to sadly regret her field, were in this part the first cf school is getting along nicely. Hur- Baker's near Withers. Mrs. Harri- visited the home of Mrs. Coleman son Reams of this place Is ery low loss and deeply sympathy with her the week buying BhccpMr. and Mrs. rah for The Citizen, it is tho best Saturday and Sunday. Having decided to move with a cancer. Rev. DUlard Parker Kindred, bereaved children. Mrs. Sophia Dur Elmer Click were the guests of Mrs. paper of them all. I will on conducted the services of regular ap OWSLEY COUNTY Magncta, ham and granddaughter, JOHN ETTA Click's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George HKHAHTI AN Satur Wedaesaay, Sept. 6, 1911, have Just returned from Hamilton, Wild, Sunday. Miss Nora Powell, Saturday pointment at Flat Rock taut AnderJohnetta, Aug. 21. Last had a good Sebastaln, Aug. 26-- We Ohio, and Lynn, Ind., where they who has been staying In Berea, has and Sunday were regular church ser- day and Sunday. Mrs. Georgo son who has been 111 more than a rain hero laBt night, the tint in threo at 10 o'clock A.M., offer for sale pub-liThey were acwent to visit relatives. Leo-n- a New Hope. The Rev. DUlard year vices at been visiting homo folks. Miss my farm of with rheumatism Is no better. wuoks. Misses Martha, Etta and companied home by Mrs. Thomas Smith of Clover Bottom who has Parker was pastor and there was a School is progressing nicely at Flat Myrtle Gabbard attended church at Durham and children, who will visit been with her brother, Joe Smith, large crowd out to hear him. Mrs. 1 00 Frances Sunday. Miss here for some time. James Johnson several days has returned home. Mr. Etta Abney of Clear Creek visited Rock, with Miss Kizzlo Ponder as Mistletoe, teacher. Thero will bo a parent' Edwards, who has been away for situated miles from Silver Creek who has been very poorly for some and Mrs. Walter Williams and his Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Abney, Satur- meeting at this school bouse next some time visiting her uncle, has re3 miles from Kirksville.and time is thought to be Improving, sister, Cora, have just returned from day and Sunday. Mrs. Jack Ballan- Friday evening at 2:30 to 4 o'clock. turned. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ben Station, 7 miles from Richmond, Ky. This Sunday School at this placo Is proBear Wallow, where they havo been ger visited Mrs. Eliza Abney, Sunday. All parents are heartily Invited to Mcintosh, a fine girl. Elijah Gabbard farm is well improved and as progressing nicely under the careful In visiting Mrs. William's parents, Mr. Rain Is needed very much in this be present. Mrs. Townsley la some killed three wild turkeys this week. ductive land as there is ia the county, struction of Mr. Newton Tuttle, Mrs. and Mrs. Will Jones. Drying and vicinity. Everything Is looking dry. better at this writing. R. D. Reams Arthur Neaco had three of his fin- well watered. It has on it a Mary Clemmons and Miss Mary Cook, canning A large crowd took dinner with Mr. went to Richmond, last Monday to apples are all the go. Mr. gers blown off last week by tho acciDavid Durham went to Berea on Jamqs Williams who has been down and Mrs. Henry Abney, Sunday. spend a few days with friends and dental discbarge of a shot gun, whllo business, Wednesday. Newton Tuttle with typhoid Is able to bo out Milton Abney Is very sick at this Is expected to study telegraphy, it fever hunting near bis sister's home at and family visited his cousin, J. R. again. Died on tho 22nd tho infant writing. Several people aro coming a good barn and all necessary Durham and family, Sunday. Mot of Mr. and Mrs. John Baker. Sunday from Blanche to the Johnetta mines. satisfied. We wish him success In his Mistletoe. a good orchard; allbu undertaking. Willie Scott was the Myrtle Williams visited Mrs. lie and INLAND CITY Stanley Payne visited Riley and welcome guest of Miss Jarula Reams was our regular meeting day. There J. R. Durham and daughters, Wednes was a large crowd present. Our pro- James Ballanger, Saturday night. Island City, Aug. 24. Dry weather acres of tho farm is in grass. last evening. Miss C. McNew of Mis day afternoon. Levi Rose of Chest I also offer for sale tracted meeting will begin the third Misses Margto Coffey, Delia Powell souri Is visiting relatives here. Miss still continues In this part School nut Flat, was the pleasant guest of Saturday In October. Miss with 2 brood mares, and good workers, began at this place, Monday, Cella Turpln of Langford Station Stella and J. R. Durham and family, Friday Sparks passed thru hero this evening visited Mrs. Lida Lakes, Saturday Winnie Falln of Cove, will start to 131 students present Mr. Isaac Hackfillies, 2 school at E. K. 8. N. In a fow days. er and Miss Bach, teachers. Pearl night and went to town, Saturday, nnroute to 1 saddle horse, Icie Van of this place her home at Eglon. Mr. nights-M- rs We wish her much success. The visiting on business. Mr. and Mrs. George 1 family horse, Walter Click who has been spending has been very bad with dropsy but whole community Is mourning tho Chestnut of Chestnutburg Is ChesRichardson went to McKee, Tuesday, the summer In Indianapolis, visited Is some better at this writing. The 1 yearling horse colt, her slstor, Mrs. Emma Gentry. death of Rev. William Williams but ter Reed accidentally discharged a 1 yearling horse mule, on business. J. R. Durham has trad home folks two weeks and returned Infant of Mr. and Mrs, Tom Purvis is Heaven's gain. He was a breech-loadined his old family mare and bought a to shot gun, killing little 1 pair of horse mules, well broke, Abney and wifo our loss his work, Aug. 13th. Miss Bailie Is very lows-Wesl- ey Baptist minister. Ho Jamos Ford, two years of age. The 1 fat cow, well known young buggy horse. Several from unHasty, of Wlldle, and Miss Lavada were on Clear Creek from Friday loaves a wife and two children and charge entered tho llttlo boy's face this place attended''the Masonic rally Wild spent a day with 1 fresh cow, Mrs. Elmer til Sunday attending the meeting. to mourn bis death. and carried away parts of tho teeth, 3 Jersey milk cows, and barbecue at Cave Spring, Satur- Click, gavo tho young folks a host of friends last week. There was an ap- Vount Lakes wero laid to rest In tho brains and skull. This should be u His remains day. 4 beifer calves, ple peeling at Mr. Hardin Azblll's, a social last Saturday night. Quito Old Flat Rock cemetery. His many guns 2 nice yearling Jersey heifers, Tuesday night. There was a largo a crowd of Clear Creek people wero messages which he has given us here warning to all those who handle a BEEN HALL,. carelessly. Wm. Mays, J. Burnsldo 1 pedigreed yearling Jersey bull, Frank crowd present and all had a nice at New Hope, Sundays-M- r. tofore will be long remembered, Grcenhall, Aug. 28. We are having 1 extra good 11 mo. old red boar, and O. J. Gentry captured a moonShell has a very bad rising on his time. of families, they being we dryest weather that the shine distillery two miles below 7 sows and pigs, Everybody at this place arm. TYNKll have had In 50 years. Water Is very MADISON COUNTY Travelers Rest, Saturday morning. 14 shoats, big Odd Fellows' Tyner, Aug. 25. Miss Allco Morgan Is preparing for a scarce and people are carrying It Aunt Nancy Bowman, who has been KINGHTON 1 wagon, of Paris, has been visiting her bro March at New Hopo, Saturday, Aug. for a mile to drink. Jas. O. Robin Molllo visiting friends at South Boonevllle, Kingston, Aug. 27. Miss 1 wagon, Misses 2G. All aro Invited to come. ther, J. M. Morgan, the past week. son Is very low at this time with 1 binder, stomach trouble. Cbas. E. Vcnablo 1 bay rake, has returned from Hamilton, with 1 cutting barrow, his family pnd moved Into the Green 1 good cider mill, 8trong property. James It. Hosklns Karmiug implements and gear, Is up from Lexington, visiting folks 1 set of wugon harness, around Greonball. Ho says corn in jorne 1 new side saddle, ro isn't Clark and Fayette counties- is burned 2 barrels of apple vluegur, SHIELD BWAIND which BRA ,ND CLOTHING. up by the drought. W. N. Hugbea Household Si Kitchen Furnituro CLOTHING BRAND" CLOTHING Ihrxt'a and wife attended tho water melon 1 'IVritiH iiiikIo known on dnyofsale, buy llling feast at James Bowlca', Sunday, at ffirAny one desiring to look over pay. 16 Hughes and wifo, Lucian which John .. tho placo, and will notify me, I will .j. .j. .j. ' T T V Brower and wife and Carter Mahaffey be glad to meet you at Kilver Creok. and wife nil partook of the fine J, T. JONES, melons. A. J. M. Tockett is digging It. 1). No. 2. M Richmond, Ky. coal for M. C. Hughes, this week. Phono 217-l- ting 2. on C. Hughes and wife were calling hong Tom Clienault, Auctioneer. James A, Bales folks, Friday, and eeecoeoeeoitoa East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else f LAUIIL r4 'iwelooonootooknwonolioiioiioliolioloonoow JACOOK LA, bull-nesss- -lt a dla-da- y, God-give- toll-lade- w-j- , rd 20s-Seve- ral Public Sale cl 233 A CR S Nice Eight Room House d three-year-ol- d g two-hors- e one-hors- e 7 e soy"SHIELD our woy of question t. clothes orllt.LL you in. let us show till your clothes th latter. wont rxnswer. you want to et the prico you want to the clothes R. W. BICKNELL, - - Booneville, Ky. 1