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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): June 11, 1914 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1914 cit1914061101_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): June 11, 1914 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I'llES 13 I? E I EA IDENT ' S I3EREA COLLEGE KY OFFICE COM!' MtRXA PUBLISHING CO. iniCORrORATNB) WM. FROST, EAtrMlM RUTH MtFAUUOffU bMtat BEN HOLLANDER, Ot.UlU. Mrr. KtUtrM al Iht Pminfflfr al Hern, A., tu wmwi riam wurtl mnttsl. a Devoted to tifre Interests of tlao JCoTj.n.ta.rn. People BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JUNK The Citizen il, 10U. Knowledge is power and the way to keep np with modern knowlcdgo it o read a good newipapor. Vol. XV. Five ConU a copy. FEATURES Ono Dollar a Year. No. GO. ma Oi Forthcoming Chautauqua 6 Program June lms Announcement Just been authorized of soino of tho principal features of (lie Redpath Chautauqua hero for this season. Tho program is brim full of good things. There will not ho n dull hour from start to finish. Oih) of tho big fenturcs of Chautauqua Week hero will ho tho appearance of Signor K. Forcelattl Dante ami his hand, each member of which Is a real musician, well trained and with a keen appreciation of his art. They will render such selections as tho Sextette from "Lucia," "Tho Poet and Peasant" IV Vordl, "Orpheus" from Offenbach, i,Thc Bohemian Girl," by Dalfc and i string number "Humoresque" by Dvorack. Oeo. I,. MrNutt, who is to be ono of the lecturers at this Chautauqua, has been upon the platform for years and few men have had more return dales than he. He is known as (ho "Dinner Pall Man." The lectures of Charles A. Payno, tho world trawler, who is also to appear at this Chautauqua, aro the ilt of more than twenty years of intimate study among forty races and nations. He will lecture here either on "Ilrantlful Hawaii" or the "Panar Canal." His lectures are illustraUJ by beautiful slereopttcon views. There will also bo an evening of magic by a well known magician, announcement of which will be made soon. The American Quartet will present lwlli vocal and instrumental music. Clayton Conrad, one member of tho qnarlei, is a cartoonist, nnd a portion of the program will bo devoted to the rapid drawing of instructive and humorous scenes anil sketches. Wells Watson Hum will presold play. 'The Man From the four-aHome,'' by Booth Tarkington and Harry Leon Wilton. Mr. (linn Impersonates all. tho characters in the play In n manner most realistic. Announcement will probably soon be mail of another lecturer of national reputation who will appear here during Ihe Chautauqua. Emphasis will bo placed Chautauqua Week on work among the children. There will he a woman playground worker and story teller. Tho playground work will be free to all children. Oilier annonncomenls will be made soon as lo other lecturers and inns leal rompanies which are coming Chautauqua Week. the 31-3re-mct WORLD HEWS. was Claxton's Word The great thing among many at Commencement the address by Hon. P. I Claxton, U. S. Commissioner of Education. Dr. Claxton in his own way and on the basis of the fullest knowledge gathered by his great office at Washington simply confirmed all the important things which President Frost has 'been preaching for years. The mountain region is as big as President Frost has told us. The mountain region is as. rich in possibilities as President Frost has said. The mountain people are as numerous, as vigorous, as patriotic, and as promising as Herea has believed. And above all Dr. Claxton said that Iierea College was doing for the mountain people exactly what ought to be done. Uerea and its President had the greatest endorsement possible. UNITED STATES HEWS IN Westinghouse Men Strike Ten thousand men employed in Pittsburgh, I'a.. by tho Wcslinn- houso interest struck for recogni tion of their union, better workintr conditions, nnd tho elimination of the bonus, premium and piece systems. The Wcslinghouse companies manage the largest electrical nlanls in llio world. Confederate Monument Presented The unveiling of tho monument lo the Confederate Tlead look placo Thursday al lhe. Arlington National QUR OWN STATE CONTENTS THIS WEEK PACE Herea'ti 1. Editorials Word, - Claxton's Closing Year and Next Year. Dig Features of Forthcoming Chau tauqua. Civic Improvementprof. Smith (continued) World Nuws Pillage in Balkans. aMI. S. News Trust Law Invalid. News -- New Itailroad Enters Kv E 3. Just Humor. feion, by Ilev. Jas. M. Ornv. D. D. """oi i.essou tor June It Mountain Agriculture Cheapest Fertilizer. Oood lloads Heat Roads in Georgia. r.ariy Dragging of Roads. Working noaus wnen Moist. Dante and His Hand. rflUL 3. Cow-pea- s John F. PACE 4. Borca News PACE 8. Borca News (continued) Berea Trustees. A Visit to Isaao Hackor's. Chautauquo Week. Tho Moid of the Forest (continued) Visions of Ghosts. PACE 7. Teaching Children to Help. How to Shrink Wash Goods. PACE 6. Secret of Long Lifo. A Oood Fly Trap. A Rich Little Oirl. Ways or Aniorlcan Doy. PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky Nows. Items for Madison county. Poem Juno. Cincinnati Markets. a secret?" mit it." trouble Distinction. "Don't you believe women con keep "Of course they can keep a secret." "Well, l'tn glut one mini will ad"Women Is they can keep a secret. The won't" Ban Francisco Chronicle. of tho Painlsvillo capitalist, will lako her husband's placo in man aging his estate. Sho kept in closo touch with nil of his business trans actions and is fully competent to carry on the work. Mrs. Mayo will Immediately become a member of tho boards of directors of all tho companies in which tho lato Col. Mayo was interested. The actual cash valuo of the cslato is said to be between ono and two million, although its potential ujmciery. vnluo is far greater. Tho monument was presented to Mr. Mayo's philanthropic work the government by the United will not cease Daughters of the Confederacy, and Mayo expects al his death as Mrs. lo continue making Mrs. Daisy Mcl.aurcn Stevens, presiden- gifts to schools and churches as t-general of tho organization, she is able. made tho prescnlation address. New Railroad Enters Kentucky Speeches wero mado by Gen. Tho completion of tho 6,000 foot In the year just closed Berca College has enrolled Washington Gardner, Commander-in-chi- ef tunnel through tho Sandy Ilidgo in some fifty students less than last year. This has been of the G. A. Rn by Gen. Ben- Dickinson County, Virginia, brings because of the lack of accommodations. Many hundred nett Young, Commander-in-chi- ef of the Clinchflcld, Carolina and Ohio have been turned away! But the number in continuous the United Confederate Veterans nnd Railroad into Kentucky and conby Col. Robert E. Lee, grandson of nects attendance term by term, and week by week, has been Elkhorn City, Kentucky, with - speech of acceptGen. Lee. The- about fifty greater than last year. And the number of tho soutlicrn market. Tho C. nnd ance was made by President Wilson, 0. also enters Eikhorn Cily and tho who come from great distances' is remarkable. students but his words were cul short by a junction of the two roads We think no other school brings so many students from terrific slorm which sent the crowds u continuous lino through will make Kentucky outside the state into Kentucky. scurrying for shelter. They key- from the Gret Lakes to llio Atnote of his speech was summed up lantic Coast. By The Fall Term opens Wednesday, Sept. iG, 19 14. makintr connec in these words: "Tho noonle of n tions with tho Southern Coal mar- ; .1.. related to their j ket a great increase of business is ....v.- .uu.ui.ueu 10 a expected in the Eastern Kentucky government. They choose their coal fields. It used to be true that people in this country did governments, Ihcy consult their not have to lock their doors. rulers. They live their own life Ernst out for G. 0. P. Senatorial Nomination and will not have that lifo disturbed We are afraid this is true no longer. There seems Mr. Richard P. Ernst, a prominent and dissolved by fraternal misundto be an increase of stealing. Republican, of Covington, has anerstandings." And stealing is a mighty mean thing. It is not nounced his candidacy for tho ReOur Trust Law Invalid only a loss, but an inconvenience to find your things The Supreme Court of tho United publican nomination to tho U. 8. gone. It casts suspicion upon innocent people. It leads Slates handed down a decision Senate. Mr. Ernst is very popular in Monday which declares that the to all other meaness and crime. Central Kentucky and, should ho Kentucky trust laws are unconstiThe fundamental way to stop stealing is through gain the nomination of his party it tutional and invalid. The decision plain instruction from. parents and teachers. Children is expected that he will divide W.IS LMVeri in tlln nnev nt !.'.. I. have to be taught to tell the truth and to respect the Beckham's vole. Ho has for vs the International Harvester Co.' rights of others. . . rtur. In... . (years been .active in politics and II ... ,,as aiwd trust to sell cood, MiiionwT J!l W ot all with ' whom he has been associated. below their "true value" at)re8cnt 'j,10 President of The Supremo 'holds that1,, i11'1' CovinBton City Council. ,i,cimi! 1 such By Prof. John F. Smith L"'n9ton G Encampment tween trusts, which is (Continued mnnkln J;or' Spring, about six miles from also "exafi Kifts which 8 ,2'. "a8 1,CC" a)nrovctl b' It is a wholesome thing to see tho ployed to bring about these changes, does not possess; when it requires r c".(,ral people of the entire nation-- at least "f the Eastern , gcl. a corpora ion S()1)e ,0 ,javc per9isto(1 ner of the creator ,,art of the natio- n- , " ?nlled Stales Army, (lcp occasionall m ,nn , indictment. 1 0 for waking up to the necessity of im-,- of 'e m.l.l.a encampT, oup ciics am, 8inacp ,owns am, would have given for its cond if " hJn" 10 '"0111 IlllS . Car. A tola O2.300r? proving the environment of the (a,kin rnnlinnnll, -J . am, ,cans of mak p " acnfllfct Hie rilli.'lll slo.nninr Anlilln .yT-- Zm, conuiuons I nmnv nn.i i child in order that the stock of peo- - , tho ,owng plcaner Thcg0 m were llllnr ."""h.hk .... i, nn' winch is on lis way to that port fnp ten ,1, .: T....?'f.Bl-- . !.. l. Pie may be improved. Ihe Amen- - a,.e oflen neplcded bj. lhe Ina or iiuisi inaKO laws tiial wi I l,,oro Wl" "mi nuns .inn .iiiiiiiiiiuii.iii lor llio can conscience is in soup rospec s ,, ,,, ,,oan, of al(crman be drills and maneuver wno ar0 "hold water." Constitutionalists. in the district near Lexington. ending the world in arousing people To Force Vote on Prohibition w, ,ike Ul0 regt of nipn Gen. Huerta's threat to blockade ... Winchester Asks for More Trains mwl gome,,es be taught to SCO tho II is announced that the admincaused much consternation, as it zat.ons I in u.e ......i mirieti orgui The directors of the Winchester haye mentioned can be (lilTt,roncp hclwcen a mil(I(ly slreol istration loaders in Congress will would have put an end to the media- found Commercial Club havo requested froth and experiment; force a vote on the Hohsnn resolu a cl,al or ,elween n ft(1 tion conference at Niagara Falls and but down tho L. & N. Railroad to extend its underneath the surface glIrfapp , am, ,ic lank A tion which would submit the qucs- would have only made the final set- one may always llmi a rational idea . from Hon of nation-wid- e ivo. ,ra'"8' w,"ch " ,v, . (,,e jn the s ri lin)0 j m tlement more diflloull. But the A group of men 10 and women got to- - ,icap of ecan-up- " CA Lf!'.,elon' to Win" days. These aro tbe people of the United States. Mr United States government took such getber a few years ago to talk over jmportant occasions when chesl,r: ,A r?80,ul,on was drawn the men, Underwood, majority a firm stand thai, although Mexican a8k8 tbat these trains, 'J hey had seen chil- -' ..ftIllnll nnl. MliIl,rnn L in I!'P House, has taken sien nf ,,, ,n.n gunboats were sent to Tampico for experiences. .Iron playing in tho streets in the at Lexington, bo the women and children resolution removed from the calon- -' ",1S , the purpose of blockading it. Hucrla presence of tilth and impurity, in'(especially w, 8lart and da,Mo ,he in fnrp , n,nn promptly changed his mind. danger of passing carriages paper and excelsior and old tin cans, expected that a vole win .nnn i!"1"' ai "'"cnesicr. Tho mediators at Niagara Falls aro street cars. a ?a"g0 V0U,d .bonofl.t. not hey saw the poverty soap ,,oxpSi ,)rokcn skj,Icl9 Uilapf-- of laken. Mr. Hobsoi, and tho o hnrL?"'' still hard al work and a speedy setplay, H.e tragic efforts of little (lak(i cliairs am, other evidences of supporters of the bill aro opposed haste' n ' Kentucky,DUl B,? a" 01 tlement of Mexican affairs Is expect- ones to invent out of dust and hot lll0 traiimlimy or mind of tho in to having a vole as it would n ed unless further complications , ... er.e.. a1'1 ""ai'""ad facilities. mu nnti hubitants of tlio villages and towns, as Ihey do no. arise. It is thought that the United kitchen rubbish, something that K. P. A. Meeting question brought up until thoy are States will not demand an indemnill.ivil u I ll 111 I lin nc mnnl h u'r l' would satisfy their childish long A very profitable meeting of tho surer of success. ty from Mexico but will be content 'own But the "wets" ings for wholesome recreation, and 1I nvor ,,vor' strcet If a linn government i established. and the adminis- Kentucky Press, Association is re,,'nc'1 aml nolc 1,ook in ,,and they decided lo start tho city play-w,- ,h tration, which is opposed to tho re- ported from Dawson Springs, whore ,lown bils of interesting ground idea. Other groups got to- -' many prominent editors from all BEREA COMMENCEMENT solution, are determined in fn, getlier who had seen tho street gangs ,mi",s 011 our scenery. And wo have the measure to death. over tho stato aro gathered to disThe Commencement exercises of on tho corners, in tho ""no scenery here. I havo been Burea College were held Wednes oix'rating Kentucky's delegation is expected cuss matters of interest to tho newsalleys, in and out among tho'P1,08801 Wlt" 1,10 !arKO number of to stand C to 5 in day, Juno 3. There was n largo favor of the reso- paper world. Many important topmi'1 ai "cai a,ul wc Kcpl lution. ics aro being brought up and tho attendance and the day was espec- dump heaps, down along tho a,ul wiUl 11,0 "ucr of lawns that whole slate can expect to profit ially marked by the cood order roads and tho river fronts, nnd do- Harvest Hands Needed eided to begin tho school garden and arc wel1 kPl- - 1 havo bcon impress-publ- ic which prevailed. Bulletins tellinc of lh n need fnp from tho inspiration gained at the garden idea where theso",,1 Wllh ,ho Proal abundance a"d nanus to harvest Tho Commencement address wns tho wheat crop in conference. ot delivered by Hon. P. P. Claxton, troublesome gamins might spend c"veniencc ,,avo tno concreto sido Kansas, Missouri, and North Dakota Mr. Wm, R. Belknap's Will "a,KS' 1 ncvtr "cen m a are neing posted United States Commissioner of Edu their energy to n good purpose.' by tho U. S. Do- - 'Tho will of tho lato Wm. R. Bel- Ileretoforn thev l.ml .ismi n. i)inir.,,,w" tho size of Berca whero moro partment of cation. Labor in every post i knap, of the Belknap Manufacturing K00'1 co"cret sidewalks wero found. 'his year's grnduatinc class was surplus energy in breaking into olllco in tlio country. Tho bulletin Co" ''as just been presented for pro !US" nccn ""Pressed wun 1110 "a0 posted in tho postoillco at Berea, bato. Ono third is left to his wifo, tho largest in the history of thn stores, chasing rats, harrassing other 'liirK muber of houses that aro children and oldgr people, playing school, there being thirty-seve- n ,mrlly """"rounded with skeletons or iy., siates mat 30,000 men aro need- anu tno remainder is divided among ed in Missouri andtO.OOOln Kansas. his children and charitablo graduating from the College De dice, lighting their gamin enemies stirring up llio devil generally in tho 1;,10sls of what wcro in Prehistoric Information concerning partment alone. Tho sum of $5,000 is given time of sor- coiumuiiity. nnd tho cood neonln who ,,a'8 rooI fences. I must admit that mco ami wages Is given on tho to tho Y. M. a A, $2,000 to Berea 1 liko n Kod fcnco of 80,110 kiml HIGHER DEGREES CONFERRED went to church and prayed for tho bulletins. College, of which ho was for years Besides tho degrees conform! up success of tho missionaries on tho armm a bouso; I havo somehow a trustee, and a largo number of on graduates from tho Collegiato foreign field prayed also for tho Lord "LVJ r ul"C(,,"o 80 "ruanized tnat 1 smaller gifts wero mado. Try It on the Dog. courses tho degree of Master of to deliver them from tho rhcuma- - ,,"ef('r ,ll,u, ?,e" court ,0 1,10 1qw Mr. Belknap was for yoars ono of The fnruirr looked nt the Htriuigcr Science was conferred upon Mr. tism, tho heal of tho summer, tho ff" lco' 'l10 mie' or 11,0 curbing; hut lliid shook his head. tho most honored nnd respected men 11 18 me to seo a fcnco In to Chas. B. Lindsley, for postgraduate other ills that, flesh u heir in n..d "What d'ye cull yourself" he linked in tho stalo and tho good that ho did work. csiieoially from tho gangs of boys on front of n houso that tries in vain "The OrphcuH of Ihe Imriiyurd.' re- lives after him. with tho assistance of hoard, barbod plied the culler. Tho honorary degreo of Doctor of mo sueels. When tho gardon idea Divinity was conferred upon Rev. was started, and tho boy scout idea. wire, bits of tin roofing etc., lo fenco "Whut'll Topliet Is thutV denwnded lloxford Raymond of Brooklyn. N. and tho boys' department of tho Y. in tho chickens nnd children whllo the iigrlcultiirlxi. One Way to Cure "Nervti." The Htriuiger smiled. Y., formerly Superintendent We remember hearing of nu Hug. of Be M. C A., and olhor organizations succeeding so admirably in fenolng "A collccc iirofeNKor Iiiim i I Is h wan. a distinguished soldier, rea's Extension Work, and upon nov. that reoognlro, tho boy as a human out a good deal of tho respectabil- that hem will not h.y nt certulu hc;i was naturally a very nervous hoy, who hut Prescott D. Dodgo, of Syracuse, N. being instead of a wild animal, tho ity of tho front yard. bo ii uiiIohh they are unm-eI'm the Inur-nilt- y Y., of the class of 1870. gangs began to bo less in evidence In walking up and down Center luun who sltN on u tmrnvurd fi'iice and who had cured himself of thonovelR. through readlnc ee, hero In tuy month and tho mills that onco ground out street somo days ago with nolo book amuseii them, Tho uiuiinor In which Lever treaU of thieves, murderers, pimps, daredovils in hand I counted over 50 houses. orpin, and here U my tambourine, t all .bodily ptjrll an a kind of joke IntroWilling to H.lp. iilx old friend's pretty and criminals of overy description Moro than half have no fences at all, play and sing and cmck Jokes until the duced htm to a new philosophy that Father (to uy, dnugtiteri-UoiHlmy dear! I won't actually began turning out young a condition which I commend most hi'iM roll over In uhevr dcllght-oi- id made any eiagKerallou of tbe uuvun-tage- s ull for fiO ii'iitH uu hour." kins voii- -l have hiicIi a cold. Ills Sou American ollirons. All of bodily safety seem not only this has cost highly for Berea but of tho others, The'former eyed htm moodily. (with uliicrltyi Can I do anything for tlmo and energy and money, but tho fewer than flvo havo fences that "I wouder.'' he mild, "how vmir till- - morbid, but rldleuloun. Londou Spec- you. futlierV (Continued on entM would ImpreHs F1t.) returns havo justified tho means cm- the dog? Here, tutor. Itoverl"-Cleveh- ind Plain Dvulcr. - France Welcomes Roosevelt France extended a hearty wol-coto the great American as ho landed at Cherbourg on his way to attend his son's wedding at Madrid. President Polncare placed his private car at tho servlco of tho and the assistant prefect of Cherbourg was delegated to welcome him. Col. Roosevelt's health was greatly improved by the voyage and he declared that he was physically- fit for another exploring expedition. He refused to comment on his recent South American trip or upon the political situation in the United Stales. Picture Thiel Gets Sentence Vfncenio Penigia, tho Italian who stole the famous "Mona Lisa" from ed the Iuvnc at Paris, has been by the court of his nativo city, Florence, lo one year and fifteen days imprisonment. Tho sentence was mado ligbi as his judges accepted the pica of "extenuating circumstances." As Perugia has been in prison awaiting trial since December, he will only serve about six months more. Pillage in the Balkans Although war is ofllcially ended among the Balkan States, there is no peace. The changes of boundaries which resulted from tho treaty of Loudon and tho creation of Albania ns an independent state, are said to be responsible for the new era of struggle and butchery. Armed bands infest tho country and burn and pillnge without mercy. They claim lo he acting under religious inspiration and Christian, Turk. Mohammedan, flrcek, Bulgarians and Roumanians are nil engaged in wholesale devastation. Prince William, of Wied, the new ruler of Albania, finds his royal honor rather .uncertain nnd his rule is seriously threatened by vigorous rebellions Many political nnd religious factions are involved in the Balkan dispute- - and tho complicated interests of so many parties make all hope of a peaceful settlement very ivmole. Huerta's Bluff Fails Gen. Huerta has revoked his edict to blockade the port of Tampico scl-lenc- Mrs. Mayo to Enter Business Mrs. John C G. Mnyo, tho widow Berea's Closing Year and Next Year Stop Thief! '"n01 Ex-Go- v. 1 Civic Improvement V? 1 SPn. :A'UOl(.-uaui.UI- I ' .,,,,. ., IT r ua' al ,,, .. slos S." uTll"' I I im-si- de rail-!"uu- sts d, l'r Pago Two. Tim citizrN Juno II, 1011. The Citizen ft family nswipapsr lor all that true and Interesting, piiblUhnl every li rlfct, Ttin!l) t Heirs, Kjr BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (1orimrnl-1- ) .l WM. C. rROST, RUTH MFALU Office Ed.lot HEM HOLLANDER, Ci.tuUlion Mtt. Subscription Hatos rAVAtll.lt IN AIlVANCIt Month Tlitrt Moulin Kl mm ( JUST Favorite Breeding Spot For Flies Th( Christmas Gift IW HI-.- lbireat ImMuM MlTIMnONAL : StlNMSOPL Lesson (My O. t; HIXI.HHH. Director of Kven-l- n Department Tlie Mocxty llltilo InstU tote of Chicago.) JAMES M. GHAY, D I). Dr.. ti Moil? ll.ll Cli.t. One Vent fl m LESSON TKXT For (HkI ru. lined the world, urn. Hint that ho cuv - hl only wlioiHvrr bollevetli on Mm, alimild not iwrlah. tint Imvfi eternal life.. -- John 3 It It. FOR JUNE 14 THE FRIEND OF SINNERS. 19:9-14- : 1:M0. I. IISSON TUXT-Ui- ko (lOI.DKN THXT-- "! rnmo not to call ttin rlchtrouv but sinners." Mark 3 17. lirml money hy roM oflke or lltfvtw Money Outer. Ilrnfl. HrRttcrnl Letter m out lou cent stamt. The ilMe aflrr jnut name on lulnl "turns to punt It it i not what ilnte ymt milivlipllnn chsnpnl wtthtu three week nfin tenewnt notlly in Mining number will hf clmlly mttplfrt! it wr le notified. Mtwral term pivcn tc any who obtain nrw tn.cttptlona tot h. Anv otir Kfiitlinc n four PHtittCTttilonnran trcrWcThr Citlrn fitt-to- t hfntftolf for one ymt ArivettHng rate on application. ul V 'TcpKy tho girl. Diplomatic. "ays you arc clever," wild ' mfmhck nr "Why?" asked tho man "Hecauso you tried to guess her Martin Luther used to rnll this verso "Tho Lllllo Gospel," because It gathered up Itself so within concisely and yet comprehensive I y, the good news' of ago." "Oh, 1 didn't try to kucss her age, 1 only tried to guess tho age she'd like to be." Strono Enough, Probably. Patience I see for teaching young children to walk nnd otherviso developing their muscles a fcfow York man has invented an attachment for dining tables which holds them up as they move around. . i Christ s salvation hat verso Is better known, or more often quoted than this, nnd what text has KRNTltCKY No No ASSOCIATION. Whiskey Advertisements! Immodest News Itemsl MUFFLED KNOCKS ! . I Patrice Do you suppose the butter has anything to do with it? His Idea. "I wonder who It wns who Inventrd tbo automobile?" said the man nt tho gato. "Well,' replied the farmer, who had lost a lot of chickens that month, "I should say the automobile was nn In-- 1 vontion of tho devil." Once in a while you roe a tie that 'looks worse than chin whiskers, but not often. j I preach more serMissionmons' aries tell us that It Is tho first part of the lllble they translate Into heathen tongues or tenrh to heathen people and wo may bcllevo that It has won more souls to Jesus Christ than any other coloration of Inspired words that can be mimed. Its themu Is human salvation, nnd it tells us of Cod's great Christmas gift to the world. As n revelation of Milvatlon. It spenks first of the source of It "Hod so loved tho world" There would have been, no salvation without that lovo What (Soil saw In us to love, whllo we wero yet sinners and rebels In hi slpht. passes human understanding, but doubtless. It was what wo might bocome In Christ through his nniw. nnd not what we actually wuro that moved tlmt lovo. At all events, wo must not givo currency to the thought of some thnt It wns the sacrifice of Christ that tnudo Ood love us. This Is to cHrloittiirv his graro. because tho very oppoolte la true, as we set In the next place. 1 boon used to parable. Immediter's ately preceding this In tho pnrablo of Iho unjust Judge nnd tho Imixirtunnto Wo aro plainly told (v. 9) widow why tho .Master spako this parable. It In easy to say that thono who trusted In their own rlghteousnoss nnd "set nil others at naught" (It. V.) wero tho Pharisees, but such Is not tho caso; and this purnblc Is a warning to b,w lest wo also trust our own righteous-"- ' Using this particuties (Isn. Ct Ci lar cluss as a background, Jenuo best-know- Tho firnt section of our lesson Is tho beginning of u new paragraph (sco 11. V.) and contains ono of tho Mas- a funny thing that good luck always hounds a man who combines brains nnd industry. Is It I i Every rose has Its thorn. The most Sure Enough. kissablc girls aro those who have been kissed ottcnest before you get a "Have you brought theso dresses over for your own use?" nsked the chance at them. customs inspector of tho robust blonde. "What a ridiculous qttcMlon!" reEvery time you lok at some men you wonder why some genius doesn't In- plied tho blonde. "Why, I'm the lendvent a safety razor that can be used er of tho march of the Amazons in n theatrical production." on the insldo of the nose. If people would stop to remember that St. Peter can't road English they wouldn't put so much stuff In an obituary notice In a newspaper. NO picture quite familiar throughout tho nges. In It ho tevealn tho falseness of huuiau standards and declares tho Judgment ot heaven. Tho eontraxt In vivid. Let us look at (1) tho Pharisee. Tho Illuminating phraso Is in tho with himself" words "lie prayed tv. II). Ostentatiously tho Pharisees separated thomivt from their follow men and this separation scorns to havo extended even Into bis prayer life, nnd he Is withdrawn from God nlso. This Is an appalling plcturo of tho man who truatti only himself. Kxainino his prayer nnd wo sio tho supposed prayer In really a paonn ot n paints, In words of slmplo grnnduur, HIS PUNISHMENT. JOKE. young mnn, whoso name wo couldn't be tortured Into telling, was overtaken by sad disaster last week. Ho has beon married six months and just had his first bitter quarrel. You must know that he chews tobacco occasionally Itut ho has been careful to conceal this vice from his brldo so careful that sho never suspected such a thing until she accidentally A d . nbout to step on tho scales ho said, 'Don't weigh yourself there. Use these other scales, they aro the ones wo weigh tho sugar on."' A Puzzle. Humility of Heart. (2) The Publican regarded hlmsidf nn Every man likes to toll how much ho would give away if he had $1,000,-60Hut ho wouldn't do anything of tho kind. Ho would hog every dime. 0. jj i j Tho man who used to get boiling mad when he lost a game or cnecKcrs now uas n son wno can loso $100 playing deuces wild and nov- er oven grunt. You can t please everybody. If a baby is raised on the bottle and If it Is raised tho other way the other halt are indignant because the fool mother is killing herself. Tliero isn't tnuclt charity nbout endowing a home- for indigent airship engineers or a retreat for superannuated smoke inspectors. Charity is doing what your heart prompts you to tlo. if you see a shabby little kid look-ineagerly into a store window, slip him a nickel. That is charity. Cincinnati Enquirer. g plug In his discovered a clothes. If there's anything that girl detests it's chewing, and she proceed- Ho ed to raise an awful rumpus came hack sharply and a family Jar developed. "If I liad known that you chewed," she declared, "I should never have married you!" full-size- see eggs can bo boiled, steamed and poached at the samo time with a new cooking utensil on tho chafing dish order Egbert Nothing new about that. Why, I'vo had ogg3 served thnt 1 couldn't tell If they were boiled, 2. The text shows the ground of our steamed or poached, oven aftor I'd salvation, which Is tbo work of Chrbit asked tho waiter" "For (?od so loved tho world, tliat Dacon 1 Master Was Away. "What are you smacking your lips about, Norah?" asked the lady of tho nouns, suspiciously. "Itaoaus there's nobody about to smack 'em for me, ma'am," wns tho reply. I "That's what I get," he responded, bitterly, "for being a hypocrite" DANGEROUS j Slight Difference. "I hear your husband has been prosontcd, too. Mine was presented by tho American ambassador. Who presented yours'" "Tho grand Jury" A son." (iuvo nave hi only him, that is. a a saeriflrt sjoi a HtttHlH for us In vain dM God lov us except n his window and nrae should piuvulr aoine way for the putting; ot oar unlit consistent with his own character of hollMes. Juatlen and truth This way 1m found In tha offfirlMK of his son, who "was wounded for our tmiit(rUiii." nnd "bruied for our iniquities," and with whose "stripes wo art hrnilwl" (Isaiah S3:t). Ood thus can be Just at t lie same time that he Is "thtt Justltler of him who bflleveth on Juaus" (Itomans li s! aw-n- 3:!8). Tho I'tjilisher You never writo any more funny stories about piano playing and players. The Humorist No, my daughter has started to take lessons. Hard to Choose. Ho was an ardent UHhermen And longed to Huh 'each day; But he was a real baseball fan And couldn't get nway. Willing. "You want to win your ease, don't you?" asked the lawyer of his balky SEXUAL KNOWLEDGE ILLUSTRATED 320 PAGES 3. Wo have, further, tho means ot our salvation "that whosoever LITTLE BRAIN WAVES Never Interrupt a man when ho prays, or curses, or kisses, t -- Only a foolish woman ever trios to reform a man by roasting him. ter to Don't marry a saint. They are watch than to live with. hot- client "Certainly I do," replied the client "Well, then, lUten to me. There must be somo lying done." "Well. I'll leave everything to you, Counselor!" There is one good point about big troubles they eat up little ones. A woman will risk an interview at an unseasonable hour, but not in an unseasonable frock. A good memory is often a great help; but knowing just when to forget things counts for more. A The Wlggler. Pnticnco Did you over notico how sho appears to bo perfectly at home In the water? Patrice Yes, Bhe can swim like a fish in tbo water. "Sure, and wiggle like an eel out of water." What is a Luxury! Meandering Mike Here's a Now dinner is not so much an opportunity of pleasing your friends as of York druggist calling soap a luxury. Weary WUlio Luxury nothln'; It's airing your own magnificence. nulsancol Buffalo Express. A woman nover feels comfortable In masculine garb, because it will stay on without being pinned. Marriage is not a failure simply bo caueo a wlfo hero and there gota a marmalade pot thrown at her head. tarn to statistics. When in doubt for an argument Tlioy sound wise, and very fow people will do Uie arithmetic necessary to contradict you. In society. WORK Women aro JealouB creatures; they aro even Jealous of their own noses, as any powder-puf- f will testify, for no woman likes hor nose to shine Paint is liquid money. You spread it wind, rain over your house and then and dust beat upon it in the effort to wear it out and get ot the wood. it all over again and bye you have to but less often with Tells nil alKiut sex matter, what young men and wo.Tcn, touiiu; who and husbands and all other need to know alxnit the sacred laws that govern Plain truth of sex the sex forces. life In relation to happiness in marriage. "Secrets" of manhood and womanhood; sexual obuses, social evil, diseases, etc. The latest, incut advanced and comprehensive work that has ever been issued on sexual hygiene. Priceless (orthosewho arc ready for the Applicant for Office Clerkship-W- hy, true Inner teaching. Tills book tells nurses, teachers, docsir, I'm a regular lightning caltors, lawyers preachers, social workers, culator. arid all others, School Tho Boss Thon this is no placo for Sunday nnd old, teachers need to know what all you. This Is the gunpowder works, young sex matters. By Wlnfield Scott about and you'd bo liable to blow tbo whole Hall, i'h. I)., M. I). (Leipzig). Christ and your salvation? place up. blame Newspaper Comments i. We see tho need ot salvation belleveth on him Tho Commuter, Chicago "that whosoever "Scientifically correct. " should not perish." To "perish" docs lie's loaded down to beat th band Tribune. "Accurnteand With one thins and another; Philadelphia Press. "Standard book not mean to becomo "annihilated" A hammock for hla dauirhter, and of knowledge." Philadelphia Ledger. simply, or go out of existence. It that A waahtub for her mother. The New York World says "Plain wero all, then we had as much puntruths for those who need or ought to ishment for sin before wo were born, Made a Hit. know them for the prevention of evils.'' wo Mrs. Flatto I think our grecor Is Under plain wrapper for only ll.oo, or before wereover sinned In at all, wo not then existence Coin or Money Order, postage ten cents Just the nicest man. indeed, but in separation from God Mr. Flatto Changed your opinion of and nil that that Implies of conscious him, evidently. MIAMI PUBLISHING CO. loss, and disappointment, nnd misery, "Yes. I was down thcro and got Dayton, Ohio and suffering. Christ gives us a picweighed this afternoon, and as I was ture of tho perishing In tho story ot the rich man nnd Iasaraus, Luko 18:19-31- , which you'nro urged to read again In order that you may bo moved to lay hold ot him cro it is too lato An! I'll 5. We see tho blessing of salvation In tho words, "but havo eternal life." sun, This agrees with the teaching in another placo. "Tho wagea of sin is death; but tho gift of God in eternal Bye Ufa through Jesus Christ our Lord" (HoraanB 0:23). Here "11 fo" moans do on him should not Hrish." To believe Is to exorcise faith, but faith Is moro than more knowledge or assent. It Is absoluto trust or rellnncn. You aro on nn ocean steamer, lot us say, and as ou ko to bed you read Is una notico that a der your berth, or over your head. That Is knowledge, but not faith. You aro Informed that If belted around your body It will keep you nlloat In water, which you admit. Hut" that Is assent nnd not fnlth. In tho middle ocot tho night when the collision curs, nnd tho vessel Is sinking, nnd you belt tho around you, nnd plunge Into tho sea, that is faith, You then trust yoursolf to tho putting your reliance upon It absolutely and only. Have you yet done this with rcferenro to Jesus Ho knew he was tt grnot, an irreligious offender ngalnsl law and wrnoo. lie had sacrificed everything to acquire inon) lie coihhs with no outward show oxcttpt an abundant of the tdiamft aRd humility of He also wan uxcludsd from his men but not from God. Bsntoaml with the svnse of hid sin, he easts himself upon the inorcy of Ood. lis la alMoluMy devoid of any tmst In him-wlnny contempt for others, and makes a xtrstartiL, Hartwst, psmaltMU abandonment of UImmK sad his used He bom away "Justified" to God. t)udd right) WktyT ttosauoo ha bad Uken th right pjaee, a stniw'a place Ix'fore Ood, and found pardon. II. The Second Ssctlon is a tory and doaU with an Individual eaaa, who wa a "cnlf Publican." Jrsw nought him teo Golden Text), was animated by wherfMss Xaecbe curiosity, and thtt writer Informs us Iik was small ot stature, hnc tha necessity nl climbing tha oyeanKiro because trea. He went up the tr of curiosity, ho came down twcatiso of onnvtctioii. He wanted to awe tlihi man in the center of tho erowd and was amaiHl to hoar Jesus call him by liamo. Must Yield Wealth. Zacchuus wan rich, dishonsct, dlssat-lullebut desperately In earnest, nnd a man of prompt decision. Tho estiJs Indimation of his cated by v. 7. Notwithstanding all of this Kacchcus was not so wedded to his money us to let It keep him out In chapter IS wo of thu kingdom. rend of tho rich man who "lacked ono thing." Ho was lost "went away" because ho would not yield bis wealth (seo also 18 2C, 27). What took placo within the houso ot Zacchcus wu aro not told, but for tho Master was looked upon cither as aawlMi . Igiiorauco of Zacchcus' c li a r sc t e, & elm) extreme rarvlcsBiicss conccrasaiile tho maintenance of his own character.' Jesus was dealing with ono man, not tho multitude, henco ho leaves them to tholr amarcnienL Whllo this Is true, ovt-denIn-af, Zao-rheu- s, fellow-cltlzcii- "thu sinner" (r. 13 11. V. mnrg.). toaU ' y yet wo can surmise something ot that Zac-cho- " Interview by tho result (v. 8) for seems to bavo tnado a public avowal of his ethical and moral litango of heart. Note tho steps: (1) Ho "sought to sea Jesus," John 3:14, 16; Isa. l 22. (2) Ho was very much In earnest, "climbed a sycamoro tree," Luke 13 21. (3) Ho made no delay, "mako haste" Isa. GS.G. Thu result was that of great blessing to tho people and Joy In tho heart of (4) Ho won obedient, JoyZncchcus. ously and promptly, Tho genuineness of hla transformation was evidenced by tho way it affected his pocketbook. Ho mado abundant restitution and gavo bountifully to tho poor. Tho lovo ot God Bhed abroad in tho heart of a miserly, selfish man or church will promote honesty both to God and inau. H anna's Green Seal Paint than with others. When you think of the cost of paint and painting, remember that ono labor. third is paint and It oasts more to put on a poor paint than good one. Use the paint that lasts longest. two-thir- ds AS AID TO BEAUTY not merely a continuation ot exist-encbut that oxlstenco carried on in tho favor of God. In tho Joy ot his prosenco, in tho freedom of his service, and as a sharer In an inherit-nnc- o which includes all things. Tho Rood things ot this llfo aro only a shadow of tho reality boyoud. Preachers for Prisoners. The day ought not to bo long distant when tho churches of all denominations will regard tho prisoners as a mission field worthy tholr own attention and support; when they will refuse longer to placo tho stato In the necessity of paying for tho services of chaplains for these institutions. Ilos-to- u , Transcript. Krom story tho combined parablo and read tbo lesson that Jo-bIs tho friend of sinners and not wo can Tho woman who "hates" her work wears out her nerves and disposition. Bhe works only to get through. Bbe "slumps" mentally cally. and physi- FOR 8AI.B BY clenched. Bhe performs her tasks with teoth J. D. CLARKSTON, Berea, Ky. of slu. Thus tho friend of sinner seeks and saves men. Ho scoo tho acts and tho attltudo ot mon and is ready to Justify those whoso attltudo Is that of humility aud supplication. Ho seeks men oven as ho sought Zacchous, and as ho eaves ho produces in them thoso fruttn of righteousness which aro tbo ovldouco and demonstration ot their salvutlou, Tko scribes and tho Pharisees saw Jesus eating with the publicans and expressed this disapproving-surprisonly to recelvp his rebuke. "They that aro wholo havo no noes' of a physician, but thoy that are sick: t camo not to cull tho righteous." Juno 11, 10t4. Pago Three. with tho exception of tho main trnv-otoroads, can bo treated. While tfio building of permanent roads should bo carried on as fast an possible, anything that can bo dono to ImproTO tho condition of our roads will become a great Mossing. Tho King road drag for maintaining dirt roads Is proving a Moaning to rural districts of tho Wost, with tho addiBEST ROADS ARE IN GEORGIA tion of drainage and tho nsa of country gradors. Thousands of miles of counFulton County Has Finest Highways try roads In tho contra! West will bo maintained this year In splondld conIn South Three Hundred Mllee dition through tho uso of tho King of Macadamized Road. road drag, says tho Iowa Homestead. When It comofl to good roads, Ful- The drag is easily and chnnply made ton, county, Qoorgln, la tho banner at a cost of not to exceed )2. A begincounty of tho south. It Is not only ning could bo mado by oar readers s In tlin quantity but In the quality of this spring by maintaining In condition tho dirt roods adjoinher highway that Fulton county Intakes first rank. Stretching out from ing their farms. Why not take tho Atlanta In every direction and reach itiative and start tho movoroont nt lag to thn county lino aro splendid oncoT MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by fcVf Frank S. Montgomery, Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator. COWPEAS CHEAPEST FERTILIZER maybe 20 miles lo town to get money buy UN) pounds of hay lo haul When you rnin a ton Imrml crop lo IH worth home lo feed tho mules lo haul mora of corn you remove nltoul to town to gel more hay to haul of fortuity from llio soil. At lumt. ties is nitrogen moro ties. fUJiO worth of this It is much cheaper to raise your which if ImuRht lo IicmI mlvnnlnKO not half as market will nwt about 20c own hay at home, and on llio And ovory crop of afford to hard work. can No ROADS GOOD farmer pnr jiounil. buy nitrogen. If wo feed our crops to' livestock and tiro very careful about saving innmiro wo may per cent to DO pur cent of this value, to Hit) soil. Hut few fnrmors nro saving half this much. If wo do our very best much of llio o'xpensive element, nitrogen will bo lost, and we must replenish it. The best way yet found lo do this Is by raining legumes. Tho leKumo best adapted to most of our soils so far an wo now know is cowpcas, for they will grow on land too sour and wet, and too dry nnd poor for clovors. (wpea may bo sown with of a crop up to Juno 20 at least mid If frost holds off until October they will mako si crop If sown as Into as July 4. This gives ample time to harvest ryo ami wheal and follow immediately witli cow-pea- s. Tho whe.nl or ryo (or even an early crop of oals) should be removed from tho field as soon as possible and tho ground turned and prepared for the peas. A bushel per acre does very well for seeding with a grain drill, but a bushel and a peck should 1m sown if harrowed and hurd' d in. If drilled in rows 24 to 30 inches apart a half bushel of seed is sufficient. Of course if you drill in rows two or three cultivations will bo necessary. If you expect to bog them down, drill in rows. It is probable they will make about as much hay, and probably more seed if in rows. Plan to Save Cowpea Seed Whalcver vou do. don't bo com pelled to pay M.(X) per bushel for cowpea feed next year. You can pick olf the first ripening pods for seed and then cut a good hay crop, or feed a lot of hogs until corn ripens. Then you can go In and turn under a lot of this same nitrogen that costs so much and is needed so badly, sow the Held to rye, turn this under next April and cattily mako tho much desireil ten barrel crop of corn if you give a liberal application of phosphate. Don't Trade Railroad Ties for Hay It makes my heart ache to seo a man haul (Oi) pounds of railroad tics Vowpeas yon raise you improve your land If you manago properly. Whereas, If tho land is left to grow tip to sprouts anil weeds the Uttlo it gains is more than lost in tho expense of clearing. CULTIVATION OF CORN Some say cultivate your corn every week. Others say, whenever it When does It need it? needs it. When the weeds get as high as tho That's com anil the soil baked? what lazy farmers say, Horn should bo cultivated after every rain so as lo keep a dust mulch on the ground nnd all weeds killed. This may bo twice in a week, or it may bo once in llirco weeks. When your ground has boon well prepared Iwforo planting antl your corn is free from weeds anil growing rapidly willi a dark green color, anil you have a dust mulch on top willi good moist, loose earth an inch or two down, don't try to bring up moisture. You need that moisture ami the best way lo keep it is lo leave the dust tlicro to hold il. When a rain comes, go back as soon as possible after tho ground is dry enough to work and stir it very shallow to form another dust mulch lo hold moisture until it rains again. The best tool for most farmers to do Ibis with is tho live shovel cultivator. You i(in do gootl work with it by going onco in tho row after the second cultivation and tho limo saved in this way by going over a Held twico will buy the plow, anil it will last you Ion years if properly cared for. Limostono Grinding Demonstration During tho week of Juno 22 there will be half a doen or moro tlilTcr-e- nt makes of machines grinding lunestonu at the Experiment Station at Lexington. Any farmer or any group of fanners who are ready to do progressive work mi thuir farms and need lime should go and see these machines work. No doubt somo rare bargains in these machines will be olTerMil at that time. ro Layer of Stone Firmly Packed by Use of Heavy Roller. macadam roads, broad and whlto and smooth as a floor. Thoro aro approximately throo hundred miles of Improved roads In tho county and hero tho torm "Iraprovod roads" docs not moan highways that haro been graded and gravolud or corered with a thin layor of crushed stono. Krory foot of tho 300 mllea of tmprorod roads In this county la a real macadam road, aa free of mud and aa serviceable as tho ordinary city pavement at all seasons of tho year, regardlosa of weather conditions. Neither aro there any ruts or any holes In those roadn, for the ruts Macadam Road With Loom Earth Foundation Into Which the 8tones Have Sunk. RAISE PIGEONS They Pay Dollars while Chickens pay cents The young to to J Jaya old, aril (or 40 to bo cent each (accrmlins. tu the ron) The City marketa air alwava clamoring for thtm fsuo They will clear you. atnivr T a yrar Thy lirrrtl tlir entire year Twenty minute ilally will care for i iialr. Each pair of Pigeons will raise 18 to 32 young a year and holos do not frequently appear, and as soon as they mako their appearance, they aro ellmlnatod In short order. Ono of tho most noticeable features of the roads Is their width. Another la the gutter and curbing, which lines every road that baa boon Troubles. constructed In tho county la recent Iledd This paper says thu Ameer of years. Tho narrowest macadam road Afghanistan owns 68 automobiles, and In tho county Is 20 foot wide, and the years old. width varies from that up to CO feet. he Is forty-twOre-eWell, wo'vo known men to owi only onu machine and feel older MAINTENANCE OF THE ROADS o n thaa that. tlr aUrttrn, ing? Tho Immediate of rural disHadlt Yep. Tho latest ono with tricts In the good Interest question cenroads me la a soro foot. ters In the practical plans for making Joaraal, Vrnlilltl. Ma. RcliaMa thn roads ns good as possible without Be Told Quickly. Can't tho addition of Imported material. This "What did your wlfo say to you for applies, especially, lo prairlo regions Wasted Effort. remaining down town so lata last wliero there Is no material for sur"What alls mother!" "Shn has Just heard thnt desplto night?" facing without tho exponBo of shipping "Well, If you havo an hour to spare f tho world doesn't tior efforts It In. With no material at hand, tt will I can glvo you a synopsis of It." know the other half llvi." necessarily l a long tl mn before any. All thla fa fully eititalnol in Itiia month' Uaucof our Journal, aentl for it price met Always penned up out, of the way Very small space required you coma across the latest sensation In dancDanclngnian He Had It. O, havo King Road Drag Is Proving Blessing to Rural District of West Implement Is Easily Mads. S1 one-hal- an possitJi antl tho hnavlost nnd best slab chorteff for the front When U10 soil Is moist, tnl ( not sticky, tho drag does tho best work. Tho rood wilt hako If tho drag In used on It when It In wot. If tbo roadway In full of holos or badly rutted thn drag should bo used onco when tho road la soft and slushy. Storm water should bo disposed of quickly before It has had time to penctrato deeply Into the surface of tho road. This can bo dono by giving tho road a crown or slope from tho center to tho sides. For an earth road which Is 24 feet wldo tho center should not bo less than nix Inches nor moro than twolve Inchon higher than tho outor edges of tho shoulder. Tho narrow road which Is high In tho mid-dlwill bocomo rutted almost an ntilektv as ono which Is too flat, for tho reason that on a narrow road all the ! traffic Is forced to uso only a narrow strip. Shoulders aro often formed on Hides of tho road, which prevent OF ROADS both EARLY DRAGGING storm wator from flowing Into tho sldo ditches, retaining It In tho ruts Not a Laborious Job and Will Save and softonlng the roadwsy. Theso Many Times Cost of Frmr ruts and shoulders can bo entirely Such Work During Year. eliminated with the road machine or split-lodrag. Nothing adds morn Immediate value Tho width of tho earth road will to 00 r farm land than accessibility depend on the traffic. Ah a rnlo, to markets, such connecting link beor thirty foet from ditch to ditch tween tbo farm and market being a, Is sufflclont If the road Is properly early dragging of our crowned. Ordinarily the only ditches good road. Tho dirt roads la certainly to be needed aro thoso made with tho road Just as soon as the front be- machine, which are wldo and shallow. gins to como out of tho ground, tho farmer should commence dragging. ROADS MANY BAD ILLINOIS Thin la not a laborious Job, a good team eon put tho road between him Average Tims of Two and and the first crossing toward town, Months In Each Year Hlghwaya away, In good coneven If halt mile Are Unusable. dition In a half day, and he will save many times tho cost of such labor or you want to know how badly If expense daring tho year. Dosldea thn Illinois needs good roads, ask the additional vsJne it adda to the farm, rural mall carrlera. There are nearly thoro la that personal pride that wo three thousand of them In the state, all owe to every community, and their routes cover 6G.628 miles of road, specially to ourselves. and they are oat every working day When the subject Is In the year. WORKING ROADS WHEN MOIST roads, the rnral mall carrier knows what he Is talking about. Evtdonco collected from 2,724 Much More Labor la Required When rural mall carriers shows that most Highways Are Dry Use Road Mahighways of IUtnots deserve the name chine When 80II Is Soft. of trails, rather than of roads. In one county, for nearly thirty It Is a groat mistake to put off working roads until August or September. days In each year, the carriers are The roads should be worked when the unablo to mako their routes. In the whole state, for an average soli Is damp, so as to make tho soil f months tn bake wllen It dries out. If the roads tlmo of two and are worked when they aro dry, tt each year, the country roads are unf usable for a load of one and o takes moro power to draw the and, besides, dry earth and dust tons, says the Chicago Journal. In retain moisture and quickly rut after some counties, country roods are unrains. The uso of clods, sods, weeds usable for such a load during more of the year. or vegetable matter In building earth than Such a condition la intolerable. It roads should be avoided because they levies a toll on every farmer and on also retain moisture. If tho working of the roads la de everyone who uses farm produce. It ferred until tho latter part of the sum- raises the cost of living and cuts mer when the surface Is baked dry down the rewards of labor. Illinois must be pulled out of the nnd hard they are not only difficult to work, out tno work ib unsatisfactory mud. The first step In this work: Is when done. Earth which Is loose and to use convicts In preparing material dry will remain dusty as long aa the to make roads. Instead of mud lane. dry weather lasts, and then turn to mud as the rains begin. By using the ROADS ARE MADE TOO WIDE? road machluo In tho spring whllo the soil Is soft and damp, the surface Is Roadways Are From Fifty to moro easily shaped and soon packs Western Sixty Feet In Width Much of down Into a dry, hard crust, which Is Space Grown to Weed. less liable to become dusty In summer and muddy in winter. It is argued that as a general thing Repairs to roads should bo made and particularly in the West, the when needed, and not once a year United States are too after crops are laid by. Because of roads of the West and Germany are The wide. Its simplicity, efflclencjr and cheap-nespointdrag or somo similar compared In this respect. It Is where tho split-loGermany, devlco Is destined to come Into more ed out that while in highways and more general uso. With the drag the traffic la enormous, the tho West, In properly built and Its use well under- are but 20 and 21 feet, stood, tho maintenance of earth and whore the traffic Is comparatively light, and land worth $100 an acre, gravol roads becomes a simple and sixty matter. Care should be tho roadways aro from fifty to which s of taken to mako tho log so light that feet In width, grass. ono man can lift It with caso. The grows up tn weeds and It can hardly bo sold, however, that log should bo from seven to ten foet long, and from eight to ten Inches In tho roads are too wldo In tho eostornespecialdiameter. It should bo split carefully states Mountain travelers. m near tho conlcr ly, will smlto at the Idea of wtdo roadn tn reading of tho subject, having many a tlmo and oft met faco to faco other travelers far from tho "wldo filaco," with tho result that their vehicles had to bo taken apart and cap-ridby piecemeal or stood up at a dlzr.y anglo agnlnst tho cliff whllo tho other hugged tho perilous edgo of e a fathomless ravine. LIVED IN THREE CENTURIES v Henry Dorman, 115, Is "Oaby" to Hta Daughtsr-lr- Law. rtome. N. T. O. S. Dorman of thte city, agod nlncty-nlno- , ono of the oldest active men In tho stato, Is planning to go to Llborty, Mo., to visit his cousin, Henry Dorman, aged ono hundred and fifteen, said to tho oldest man tn tho United States. Mr. Dorman of thin city, who enjoys excellent health, says thore Is no reason why ho cannot easily mako the trip and return without lessoning his physical ability. Mr. Dorman of Missouri has been bedridden for flvo years at the homo of his daughter-in-law- , Mrs. I tattle Dorman, agod sovonty. For flvo years he has been fed with a spoon twtca a day and has been washed and bathed by his daughter-in-law- , who calls him her baby. But the baby mast have a shave. A spark of Ilfo In a worn-ou- t body;1 dim. Inert oyes, mumbling, toothless Jaws; an uncut shock of wispy white-hai- r straggling over a bulging foredeep-se-t head, seared with eyea; a neck Infinitely wrinkled and drawn over gnarled muscles such Is Henry Dorman as he peers from over tho edge of a checked quilt According to the family Bible he wav born January 10, 1799, In Steubem county. New York. The first half cea-tuof his tlfe was spent In New Torkr state. His age Is fnrther authenticated by the papers recording his ev llstmont In the Seventh Michigan car-airDora almost a year before the. death of George Washington, he ha accordingly lived In three centuries., and Is perhaps the only man alive fa this country or perhaps elsewhere who can authenticate that claim. He was born tn the administration of John Adams and was a grown youth,' when Napoleon was defeated at Wan terloo. semi-weeklcross-furrowry first-clas- o twen-ty-flv- o One-Ha- lf one-hal- Pauper, Left New York. $200,000, one-hal- Although one-thir- parent extreme poverty on the Bowery for SO years, barely escaping bur" tal In a pauper's grave, Dudley Jar-dlleft an estate valued at over tmw hundred thousand dollars. no living In at First Woman Diplomat. Chrlstlanla. Miss Henrietta Hoegh. Is the first woman diptwenty-seven- . lomat In the world, having been appointed secretary of the Norwegian legation at Mexico Ctty. Everything a Man Needs $1 Complete Shaving Outfit $1 10 Articles 10 , s, three-fourth- To advertise our Universal Shaving Outfit and Universal Products we will for a limited time only, send this well worth $ 3.00 Shaving Outfit for $ t.oo. We sell our products to the consumer direct and therefore you save alt agents' profits which as you know are very large. I Hollow Ground Razor. I 5 Inch Lather Brush. I Razor Strop, Canvas Hack, I Nlckle Kasel Hack Mirror Barber Towell. Bar Shaving Soap. Box Talcum Powder. I Decorated China Mug. t Aluminum Barber Comb, t Bristle Hair Brush. Kach outfit packed In neat box $1.00 Coin orMoney Order, postage 10c extra. 1 1 1 33-In- UNIVERSAL PRODUCTS CO. Dayton, Ohio Dante and His Band Coming to Our Chautauqua r 0 of tlte bit; feature of Chautauqua woak here will be the appearance of Slgnor E. KorcelatU Dante and his band, each member of which Is a real musician, well trained and with a koen appreciation of his art. Sign or Dante, at the age of seven, waa a student la the Conservatory of Naples and graduated from that college at the age of seventeen. Tea years later he began bla work as a band leader. Slgnor Dante U aUo a great soloist, his skill with a trombone being widely commented upon by leading musicians. That Dante baa a good band, strong lo Its Individual features, la evidenced by the beauty and oneneau of special solos. Bitreuia car U.takealu the arranganent of Dante's programs. Popular music will be played, bnt special attention will be directed to classical pieces. Grand opera selections wilt be presented with brilliancy and powee. At Yealce, la Southera California, where from 80,000 to 100,000 people gather each Sunday to hear band music, Dante la a favorite, and at Denver also Ma concerts were enjoyed each' aftorvteoa and evening for week. NIC Chautauqua Week at Berea, June 21st to 25th P.iro Four. the citizen Juno U, (9H, LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VKJNITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A MOKMMOtOIOIOKI' BRECK & EVANS Nearly all of the Fire Insurance Companies have withdrawn from the state, but Breck & Evans have some Old Strong Companies that will furnish Any Kind of In surance you want. THE OGC STUDIO LOOKINQ YOUR BEST Vnur nhntocmbh is rour representative and it should show you at jrour best. We will help you to look your best and sec that you are not ashamed of your appea r ance. Over Berea Bank and Trust Co. BARGAINS WATCHES WATCHES A big lot of tlio Best Watches, South Rend and other Movements, A. MARCUM, The Jeweler. Next door to Clarkslon's Hard ware, Main Street. L. & N. TIME for salo by TABLE North Bound, Local 7:00 a. m 10:55 p. m, Knoxville 1:07 p. m. 3:52 a. m. BEREA 6:80 p. m. 7:45 a. m, Cincinnati South Bound, Local 6:30 a. m. 8:15 p. m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. BEREA 5:50 a. m. Knoxville 7:00 D. m. Express Train No. 33 will atop to take on paasen- gora for Knoxville and points beyond South Bound 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati 11:65 a.m. BEREA No. 32 will atop at Berea to take on passengers for Cincinnati, O., and points beyond. 'North Bound 4:45 p. m. BEREA Jaunuay, 8:60 p. m. Cincinnati Mrs. cow those (ad) peas at Welch's. Mr. and Mrs. w. H. Duncan are the proud parents of a fine baby boy. Miss Ethel Westerflcld of Panks ville, Ky who was visiting her cousin. Miss Mario Bower, has gono (o London, Ky, where she will niako a visit before, returning to her home. Mrs. Sallie Hanson, who is State President of Women's Relief Corps, loft Monday to attend the Slato Convention at Barbourville, Ky., whero alio will address the Relief Corps and the Camp Fire Girls. The best buggies in the world at (ad) Welch's. Miss Marie Bower gave a week end house party in honor of her guests, Misses Elma Forestor, Chris-ti- n Hanson, Annabel Bowman and Ethel Wcsterllcld. Mr. A. P. Gabbard spent the week end with home folks. Mr. Maret Hanson returned recently to his homo at Middletown, Get whip-poor-will Mrs. Pat Kreans anil daughters, Mary and Einmallno of Winchester were visiting relatives in town this week. Miss Ethel Duncan returned with them. Mr. John Jackson left recently for I.erny, III., on a business trip. Mr. Justic Jackson left recently for Moranci, Mich, on a visit with his brother Roy. Mr. W. II. Duncan left Monday for Cynlhiana, Ky. Mr. J. A. Corcoran, traveling passenger agent of tho Big Four spent a few days in Berea last week. Mr. Henry Bingham left Wednes day for Cincinnati whero ho is working. Tho very best guaranteed rubber tires used at Welch's. Thoy nut them on for $14.00 per set. (ad) Mr. Ihomas Kreans of Winchest er, Ky., spent Commencement with relatives and friends. Mr. Sidney Hanson, who has been visiting Mr. John Webb, left for Lox- mgtoii, Saturday, whero he will vis it a few days and then return to his home in Middletown, O, Mr. B. A. Amor of Cincinnati was the guest of Mr. W. H. Bower Wed ncsday. . t .urs. Ml r. uninn received news i. r. from her threo grand children who are In the Baptist Orphanago homo at Louisville to tho effect that Ihov verc getting along well and liking t very much Mr. m. Morgan Swopc, traveling alesman, was in Berea tho first of the week. Mr. Joo F. Ballen and wife. Miss Edna Ballen and Mr. B. J. Broddus of Richmond were visiting in Berea a Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Hays nro being homo tho llrst of this week. visited for sovoral days by Miss past oightoen months, returned I Nellie Prather of Lexington. MlM No,lio 01(ll!Un 9 vfsilng . mu. UU..S. a. mmr icu last sal- - will! friends in Borea. I Irs In V fail rli rtfirr.t ttt I. u o I. " ...III ' . .. ,i , J -"'"! Mr. Paul Edwards and Mr. Truo 'Coylo left nt tho llrst of tho wook ,. ,',, , "CS,,ny Battle Creek, Mich., where they L r w, 8',Clul 11,0 8,,m"ler- Mr. John Jackson, 'nf.nr n fw 1,0 suro to rcni1 11,0 ,nrticl w,1,ch days' visit with homefolks, went to' appears on pago i giving uircouona Dayton last week. a uy trap mat gets tuo lues. Tho following persons enjoyed a to maKo Stop at Farly's and lako a look at very delightful picnic on tho point tho other day: Mr. J. B. Richard- the lly trap. It gets moro than a son and family and their visitor, quart every day. Mr. J. M. Branson of London, Ky, Miss Flora Whltehouso of Lebanon, Ky.. Mr. V. B. Bowers and family, has been visiting his brother, Mr. John Branson, for several days. and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Coylo. Professor and Mrs. Dodgo aro In Mr. and Mrs. J. M. F.arly enter tained about llfty of tholr friends at Barhoiirvillo this week attending tho a delightful dinner on tholr lawn' Kncampment of the Grand Army of last week. Tho guests of honor! l,llJ Hepublio and Women's Relief wero: Prof. Dizney and Mrs. Mary Corps. Uynis Short, who has been in VanWinklo of Harlan, and tho Misses Ada Jones and Fannlo Farris of Easl I'lnovillo during tho past week, ro- turned to Berea Tuesday, Bernstadl. First class butter for salo. Mr. Bill Jones was In Knoxville nd) Collego Farm. tho llrst of tho week on business. Miss Rtihy Smith, Supt. of tho Mr. Tom Carter of Salem, Ky., visited with his sisters, Mrs. H. C. llrltnary department of the Baptist Woolf ami Glcnuis, who Is a Normal S. S. entertained tho littlo children student, during commencement, then of t,,a- - department at tho Baptist All returned homo the llrst of tho weck.'Lhurch yesterday afternoon. Prof, and Mrs. F. O. Clark wnr.i kinds of games wero played and tho visited during Commencement byili,Uo om'9 l,iul a eod t'1"0- Mrs. F. K. Mathcny has returned tho Misses Maude Park and Emma Guy, both former students of Borea,' from Cincinnati whero sho has been taking treatment in ono of tho largo and schoolmates of Mrs. Clark. Mrs. J. F. Englo and daughter, hospitals. Mr. C. C. Rhodus is in Harlan and Vema, of McKeo were Berea visiI'lnovillo this week on business. tors last week. Miss Edith Endlo left Tuesday for Miss Ncllo Adams, who is nursing at Corbin, was visiting Borea friends Battle Creek to take a courso in tho school of Household Economics. last week. Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Robinson aro' Mr. J. D. Clarkston was called to being visited by Miss Esther Mary,' Clay county last week on account of who graduated as a nurse two years the illness of his mother. Ho turned to Berea Monday. .r:r; itV' 2 1 "0nr GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES Prices Always Right RICHARDSON & COYLE NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE Main Street Berea, Kentucky June Millinery Sale We want to reduce our Mock ot trim- nicd hats, materials, etc., and in order to do so wc have nude some marked reduo ; tions, so that you can provide suitable and j seasonable millinery. Come in and look ; at some ol the bargains we offer. Wc will '. have just about what you wmt, at the price you want to pay, ; I JftSb'8 Corner Main and Canter Sti., Berea, Ky. O. C. W. Piigh was visitinu with nor son here tho first of tho week, Mr. Wm. B. Jones has accented position with tho Anderson-Duli- n Varnell Company of Knoxville. Tenn. This is ono of the lnn?o wholesale companies in the south. .Mr. Jones spent last week in Knox ville preparatory to his going on the roau ajt an early date, Mrs. V. B. Bowers has been nuitn ill for several days at her homo on FLIES ARE HERE AND IT'S TIME TO GET sec JOE W. STEPHENS TEA for COFFEE COFFEE Steel Cut Barrington Hall C O Bulk St Nicholas Harrison Electric Army We Grind It Money Back No g anu ramiiy wero iui. l u.iusi isuing relatives in town last week Mrs. Green Hill, accomnanie.1 hv her two little children, after visit ing for two weeks with her motl.nr. Mrs. Gabbard, on Center St., returned to her homo at Bethany, W. Va.. Saturday pf last week. Mrs. J. C. Steele and children eave Friday for Hydcn. whom ihnv will visit with relnti VP4 flip onmn ime. Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Davis drove over to Richmond last Sunday on uusiness last week. .Messrs. .Morns and Earl Phillins oi w iiuio wero Berea visitors last &unoay. .. r i? 1 center st Mr. Frank Jones was in Lexington That Screen Door ALL SIZES NOW, AT FRUITS TETLEY'S TEAS FOR QUALITY Blend, Black and Green VEGETABLES ,,. inn SPECIAL VALUE You women who appreciate styles for the lowest price. In Millinery, Coat Suits, Dresses, Shirt Waists and Blouses, in fact every thing that is smart and new for ladies and children, see up-to-da- te Ohio. Miss Gentwcrd Estridge, who has been ill, is ablo to be out again. .Mrs. Wm. Moore was in Richmond Mrs. Nannio Brannaman is visiting the first of tho week. her daughter, Mrs. Jack Lazwell of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Morgan attended the funeral of Mr. Joo Azbill at Brush Creek, Ivy. They reThe largest lino of buggies in east- Richmond last Sunday. ern Kentucky now on exhibition at turned to Berea Wednesday by way (ad) Mr. Fletcher Campbell is working at Welch's during his vacation. Mrs. Sallio Hanson was called to Richmond Saturday on account of the death of her undo, Mr. Joo Azbill. Mr. Edgar Wyatt is visiting his mother, Mrs. L. A. Wyatt. Mrs. W. Ht Bower, Christine Hanson, and Annabollo Bowman woro in Richmond shopping1 Friday. Miss An- Welch's. gies, her brother. Welch's guarantee on buggies Is worth moro alone than lots of bug(ad) nabollo who has been the guest of Miss Mario Bower loft Saturday for Pineville, Ky., whero sho will visit The Racket of Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Adams and children returned Saturday to Portsmouth with .Mr. Adams' mother and sister, who visited them for several days during commencement. Mrs. Adams will spend tho summer there. Mrs. Laura Jones and Mrs. Xan-n- io Davis wero called to Richmond last Saturday On nnrnnnl nf iim wI .aii, kllU death of their brother, Joo Azbill. I'hoy returned Sunday night. .nr. uiester Parks, accompanied by tho Misses Floy and Lucilo Blazer, Nettio Oldham and Vcrna Parks went over to Richmond in his auto Sunday. Miss Graco Leo Cornelius attended tho funeral of h nr nnrln Inn 1 bill, in Richmond last Sunday. Mr. Harry Denon w.n nniint in hvansvillo, Ind., on business Monday of this week. Tho following persons drovo to High Bridge in their autos last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stephens, Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Hays, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clarkston, Mr. and Mrs. F.li Cornelison and Miss Maudo Welch. Miss Nancy Taylor of Covington is Miss visiting friends in Berea. Taylor is a graduate nurso from Bo rea. Miss Rilla House of Fogertown, a student of the Normal department during tho winter term, was visit ing in Borea last week. Mr. Dudley Curroy left for Kansas tho llrst of tho week to work in tho harvest fields. Miss Lucy Smith started for bar homo at Gordon, Pa., Tuesday. Sho will visit willi Miss Hannah Harper of Spring Valley, Ohio, for a few lays on her way. Big reduction on all trimmed hats and trimming materials. Mrs. Jcnnio B. Fish. (ad) Miss Bertha King was visiting in Richmond Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Woolf loft at tho first of tho week for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Porter in Lex ington. Miss Lila Baker of Lexington has boon spending sovcral days with rel atives in Berea. Miss Hilda Welch, who has been taking some studies in Art at tho National Park Seminary for tho past fow months, returned last night. On her way homo Miss Welch visited for several days with tho Fee girls at Clarksburg, Ind. Sho will spend tho summer in Berea. Mr. Willio Hayes, who has been at various places in tho north for tho day, Simon FOR SALE r A very lino Jersey cow just fresh giving about i gallons of milk a Muncy, Phono 120-- 3. (ad) TOR SALE One second hand upright piano, of good make, guaranteed for llvo years. Address Prof. Ralph Rigby, Berea. (ad.) NOTICE B. E. BELUE & CO. Richmond . .(7 Kentucky Tho Cooperative Storo will bo open during tho month of Juno on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, from 0 to 11 a. m. 'llio library will SUMMER LIBRARY HOURS bo open summer as follows: Every week day except 'luesday and Saturday from 2:00 to 5:00 p. m.; Tuesday and Saturday from 0:30 to 8:30 p. m.; Sunday from 1:00 to 4:00 p. m. CHAUTAUQUA TICKETS this Soma people havo troublo with their foet, others woar WALK-OVER Store see CLARKSTON L2R Deering Mowing Machines and Rakes MAIN STREET, Near Bank Tho Berea Chautauqua is fast ap proaching, and all persons who en joy good lectures, lino music, rest ful entertainments, all furnished in tho shado of tho oaks of tho Collego campus, whero association with mends uud uoighbors Is added to mako tho gathering ono of completo pleasure will, bo looking out for tickets. Theso may bo secured from almost any business man of Berea for $2.00, but if not bought until tho opening of tho Chautauqua thoy will cost $2.50. Savo fifty cents, and mako suro of your season ticket by getting enough for yourself, family, lady frionds, or whoover it is that will onjoy this treat with you. COMING EVENTS SUNDAY-THURSDAY, SHOES Ytmnujr Imt Uiink ak tlililt a joke tlie iii.iu'wIhi WAI.rCOV'KRS.then tr7 a ptlr jroiirelf ami be convln-cei- l. You are Invited to cull ami ice the "new Sprint moileli In WALK-OVIiRWe have a'varlety'of that will pleaselyou. wrr tle 11 IfOVER, Thii Illiutratlun show the "Scout Dull lliittoii". $3.50 THE CASH STORE '.to $5.00 HAYS & GOTT tffiMAIN ST lgv'v'vWA'.l.l.kk'.'Akl. BEREA, KY. . II U I. ISS Juno Y, 21-2- 5; Chautauqua. WEDNESDAY-FRIDA- July 29-3- 1; Borea Fair, i Juno tl, 1014. Pago PIto, HOLDERM AN PECK Tho students of tho Academy who Hy faculty appointment it fell to my lot to niakn tho Commencement heard Mrs. Holderman lead worship address at tho Hucna Vista High In the Academy dining room TuesA BEIlEA TRUSTEES VISIT TO ISAAC HACKER'S Day nml tlio day following. Thoso present wore President Frost ami Samuel Hanson of Herea, Thompson Nurnaui of lllchmond, Nov. A. K. Thomson, I). D. of Ilov. Curl Michel of llnrlan, Hov. Win. K. Haiton, I). 1)., of Chicago, III., Prof. Kluior A. I.yman of YpsilantI, Mich., Ilov. llcrhert S. Johnson, I). I), of Lancaster. William 11. Helknnp, Jr., of Louisville was elected trtistco to succeed his father whoso death occurred Just heforo Commencement. Tlio nnancial condition of tlio country has occasioned real anxiety as it Is mora difllcult to Invest tlio funds of tlio Collogn In such a way as to secure a safo and stnhlo income. And donations arc naturally moro difllcult to obtain than In former years. The gift of a now tclescopo, which will lie the largest in tlio state, was announced. Tlio Trustees voted to hold a spec'al meeting early in tho fall to ousidcr plans for securing money to provido proper shelter, especially for young women. A fow hundred dollars was raised among Commencement visitors towards Kentucky Hall. Tho important appointments for the coming year aro: Marshall Vaughn. Secretary of tho College. Professor Christian F. Ilimiold, Acting Dean of tin; Collegiato DeSimp-sonvllle, Tho Trustees of Hid Collcgo hold their anmml meeting oh Comnicnco-nio- ul (larrard County, Tho day night little suspected that it through Paint Lick, Lancaster, was (o bo her wedding night. drive Hut that night sho and Professor and from (henco by motor to Hucna Vista was through Kentucky's rich- John N. Peck, also a teacher In tho School in Cultivators Four Shovels, Six OLIVER Cultivators Shovels or Spring Tooth Gangs partment. Carroll C Halson, Secretary to tho PnssidenL Miss Jesslo 8. Monro, former Matron of tho Hoarding Hall, to bo Industries; Director of Fireside Miss Hutti Sperry to bo Matron of tho Hoarding Hall, and Miss Matilda Kinder to ho Assistant Matron. W. H. Whitehotiso, Instructor in Agriculture. Mis lleno Houscr, Instructor in ful. Latin in tlio Academy. Herea may well bo proud of Mr. Henry A. Hitler, Instructor in and Mrs. Hacker who aro thus iden tified with ono of tho most repre"WATERBOYS" RECEIVES APPREsentative Kentucky schools and who CIATION attribute their success to Herea Professor Lewis' book entitled training. Tho school has about four "Tho Waterboys" has received spo-ci- al ncres of grounds whero experiment commendation in tho May num- al gardening will bo vigorously ber of "Educational Foundations, pushed next year. , Surely the Consolidated Central published by tho Educational Magazine Publishing Company of Now High School for Rural districts is York City. Wo ipioto tho following: tho solution of tho stale's hereto These- stories aro imaginative, yet fore dilllnult problem. Howard K. Taylor.. scientific. The paradox is easily understood. Facta of science presented in story form in which the Special Hosiery Offer element of imagination is prominent aro made as amusing as tho airy Hosiery- - For fairy tale. Guaranteed Wear-Evcreatures of tho old-tiMen And Women purpose is to help tho The author's Ladles' teacher in the rural schools to ac- Kor Limited TimeSpecial Offer Only . .. - ..I Ul. ,,r ui uur jmien 35c vaine Limes' complish tho mission of bringing .a, Tho Abundant Life.' Tho book Guaranteed hose in black, tan or white need not bo limited to thoso teach- colors wltli written guarantee, for fi.oo and loc for postage, etc. ing in rural districts as tho beautiSPECIAL ful ways of naturo aro overywhero j For a limited OFFER FOR MEN time only.slx palrof our to bo studied and admired." nnei 35c vaiue uuaranteed Hoae anv colorwlth written Guarantee and a palro'f our well known Men's Paradise Garters SELLS FARM MACHINERY er I ( 1 Tho first wedding from the Model Collage was that of Miss Lucy , BEREA, KENTUCKY Webb and Mr. Jesso Gilbert Baugh, whlh took placo Commencement even'ng. Tho room was very prettily decorated with green and set at all exposed points within tho funis are the friend I and htlperi of the provident off with whilo roses. Rev. Charles rooms. Vo-g- el timo bids will bo reAt the samo S. Knight officiated. Mr. Carl was best man nnd Miss Daugh, ceived for heating. Contractors aro the sister of tho groom was tho requested lo admit bids on hot air, At the end of the month you may wonder where all the money has Rone. bridesmaid. There was a small vapor, and steam, any or alPof which will bo considered and tho Its spent, its gone, you realize that and that's all you do know about it. group of friends present Here are two suggestions, which, if followed up, will reduce your expenMr. Haugh is a graduato of tho one seemingly best, when efficiency ses and allow you to have money in the bank. Academy and Vocational (agricul- and price aro considered, will bo ac- ture departments and Mi9s Webb fccplcd. 2 RULES No heating bid will bo considered has 'just completed tho Domestic . Keep an expense record. 2, Spend less than you ear. Science course. Wo predict that ntil.wj fli rnnlmrlnr will cuaran- Iho marriage will ho a model ono tee that it will warm an too rooms The first rule makes the second one easy. The second one will make any and hannv. romhicr as it did from in tho building to 70 degrees in a savings account with this bank a necessity and convenience. You can start I he Model Coltnco and unitine two, weather, and halls to 05 degrees an account with $1.00. add For plans, specifications, and such promising young people. Tho heartiest best wishes and congrat- ed information, sco any member of ulations of all Herea go with them. tlio Board. Charles D. .Lewis. See. It is a pleasure to know that MrJ Main Street, Berea, Kentucky and Mrs. Haugh will be close neighSENIOR CLASS GIFT bors to Herea, as thoy aro lo livo on a farm on the Scaffold Cane Pike. Tho last united chapel or tlio year was marked by tho presentation of BIDS FOR PLUMBING OF THE BE- a memorial to the College, by tho REA GRADED SCHOOL BUILDING class of 1911. A new precedent was BEREA, KENTUCKY tho gift not only Bo- - set by making The Hoard of Trustees of tho s. enduring but also dis rea Oraded School, will receive bids beautiful and for llm nlumhine of the Graded tinctively useful. Tho Collego Uos- $25,000 Capital srhnnl Imililiiic nn or h,fnrn Mnn.'nilal has long been in need of a day. Juno 22, delivered, sealed to tho wheel stretcher, to bo used in tho Surplus and Undivided Profits, $28,000 ea Secretary of Iho Board, or at tho rooms and halls of tho hospital, operations. Tho class ticularly after Hank and Trust Company. Said bids shall bo for all material has as its motto, "I will bo of scr-aWhat We Are Speaks Louder Than What We Say work of installation according vice" and its members considered carry out lo the following specifications: (that they could in no way this idea of service, in their class Specifications for one dollar, and 10c for nniin-r- . eii. The "National" seeks your business Tho contract shall includo tho fur- - memorial than to present tho You know these hoe; the stood I am an agent for tho Walter A.t with tho needed carriage, on its record - tht test when all other fulled. The and complete installing of,-'SWood M. & It. M. Co. mowing maK'Te rral loot comfort. Ther hnve no four closets, of standard nunlilv. of During tho chapel service tho en- chinos, rakes, disc ana loom liar- (J r, Thry never become loose rows, grain drills, wagons, etc. Call and baKKy a the hape l knit in, not fi sfvln in )in nnnrnvnjl lit? Mir TtiiTii 'tiro senior class sat in tho front ar- J. ,L. GAY, Cashier Oild see samples and get my prices. pressed In. They are Guaranteed for with enameled iron lank; ono six seats of tho citizen's section, Waldo r "P fl. luinniolru! Irnn iirtnnl- - turn nnnm- - raved ill CHIS and gOWnS. L. U. Brewer, i IIU,er,a ; t0T, workmanship, absolute! ?' Davisop mado tho presentation in (ad) QlUTgLOn, ivy. stainless and to wear six months with. eled iron sinks, with narrow rims; drinking fountain on each floor or. lelialf o' ino class in a short but out holes, or a new pair free. sorted to in bringing about their deOan'x delay, send in your order be- - style to bo approved by tho noard.l appropriate speech. Watch the Clock. Paradoxical. fore offer eapirea. Kite If tlie passion fur ellielency accomDr. Mossman in receiving tho gift struction. First class standard soil pipe, and, 11'h rt strati fact that n man emi WtAK-fcVtYAudamv the best grado of galvanized plishes notliliu; more It will Indeed, It (To bo Continued) HOSIERY water Ur Uc College, commended tho ''un-- . be used best uh a tool when ho In dull. bus already upset one of the most sapipo covered with silver or gilt paint, obtrusive generosity" of tho class. Bonbon Transcript Dayton, Ohio cred tenets that altruistic employers COMMENCEMENT DAY ever put Into tlio constitution and byThis year's Commencement wa3 laws for the observance of employees. CIVIC IMPROVEMENT marked by tho most ideal condi- That tenet Is, Don't watch tlio clock. (Continued from First Pago) tions. Tlio heavy rains Monday had would pass muster at tho Judgment settled tlio dust and Wednesday It was hoped, of course, thnt If employees could bo mado to forget tlio Hay. Many of these fences aro on morning dawned clear and cool. Tho clock they might also forjjet to go dytheir last posts but thoy aro Academic procession was a great home at tlio expiration of the tlmo for ing hard. Thoy hang on to lifo as success aim tlio now ucparimcni which they wero paid. tenaciously as a squirrel with threo KlUcIeney now makes tin; revolutionbanners made it much mom dis- ary demand thnt you should never tako legs and a back broken can hang on tinctive than over before. your eyes from the clock. To bo u to a limb out of reach of tho hunter. among tho largo crowds tomiotcher in olllcleney you must Tho order 3i ko Similar fences and : . .. on t 10 camnus was sincnuiu aim even further. You must cet u xtop . 0"-.IIU Ull IIVUIIJ U.U.J only threo arrests wero mado, ono watcb with ttpllt second hands ami in Herea. Would it not bo a good for gun carrying and two for drunkmako sum Unit each minutest diviThis entire Bill of Fare may be ordered idea to set on foot a plan for ending enness. sion of time bus assigned to it a prefor $2.00 if purchased of the local cripplo fences? the misery of thoso Tho exercises in tho Tabernaclo cise Mini particular actiou, bvltig or auspices while the supply of season tickets boy-w- atch I used to shoot rabbits and was ofton wero of exceptionally high order state. Wit tch tlio clock, my the clock If you want to mako successful. My fathor always told and the various oxhibits aroused inwhich they guaranteed to sell lasts a success In this world. Kills O. Jouea 1110 never to let the gamo suffer after terest. In Upplncott'H. it was shot. Kill it at onco and end A Recital Tlio farewell social at night was Band Music Oratory day wero set its misery. Now if a very well attended and tho last The Mulllngsra and th Hapiburgs. apart when axo and saw, pick and of the year will bo long Tho Multiuser)! aro ono of thoso old sledge hammer would snuff out tho Orchestral Music by tho students as ono of Swiss families concerning whom my Magic last sparks of lifo from a fow scores the most precious events of thoir friend Ur. Curt!, distinguished Swiss of decrepit fences In tho town wo lives. national historian and director of tho should all feel that tho senso of reFrankfurter Zeltuug, recently told mo Humor Lecture Monologues the following amusing Incident, wrl tea lief would Justify tho violenco ro- COUNCIL MEETS a correspondent. A meeting of tho town council Years ago a Mulllnger was ono of Vocal Solos Sleight of Hand was held Tuesday night. All mom- - tho stuff of tho Swiss legation at VI DEN FOR YOUR bers wero present except Dr. Davis, jenna. On being presented to tho Em who was out of town. No business peror Francis Joseph bo bluntly exUaoutiul CIUPnnnU Solos Cartoons pressed his pleasure at making tho acof importance was transacted. quaintance of bis majesty, which Yale and Harvard, each 9 in. a 24 in. pleasure, he added, was all the greatToo Fat for that Princeton, Cornell, Michigan Story Hours Playground Workers Each 7 in. x 21 in. Bacon You say you and your wtfa er sinco "lu times gono by the Haps-burg- s went were retainers) of tho All best quality felt with felt head. are both taking a treatment to raduoa Ing, streamers, letters and maicot ex- your DeahT A Social Hour with Your Friends "la that case," the emperor la sail ecuted In proper colon. This iplended Egbert Wo oertalnly aro. adassortment sent poitpald for 50 cents you need to b our to have replied, "I think you will "Bat neither of mit that my family has got on better and 5 stamps to pay postage. Send now llm mar," SPECIALTY COMPANY HOWARD "Go away I Yoa'ro nerer teoa our In the world (hat es welter gebracbt) than yours." London Chronicle. Dayton, Ohio flatl" est blue grass section, laud producing thirty to thlrly-flv- o bushels of wheal to the aero without fertilizer. The new Consolidated High School of which Mr. Hacker is principal, Is built on a high bluff at tho Intersection of three school districts. Mrs. Hacker and four others assist in tho leaching forco. Six busses gather up tho children for a distance of live miles. Tho busses cost ono hundred and seventy dollars each, aro owned by tho School and driven by neighboring men for $1.75 n day, who furnish horses and harness. Knrh bus holds about thirty children and tho two trips a day con-suonly about four hours. This insures n much higher avcrago attendance and is proving a great success. The school building- - (s a lino largo brick structure, steam heated, gasoline gas lighted, has instrumental music studio, fl no basement which will houso manual training noxt year, Is equipped with green boards instead of black, draper window shades, etc. Tho two largest class rooms thrown together make a flno auditorium. Miss Howorsox and Mrs. Taylor accompanied me, Miss Howcrsox making a lino address in tho morning. Tho closing examinations proved most interesting and showed very thorough work on tho part of teachers. Just beyond tho school is tho deep gorge of tho Dix Hivcr and tho whlto llmeslono cliffs rising almost perjxMidicular at a height of 378 feet aro beautiful beyond description. We wero most cordially cnlortain- ed at tho homo of Mrs. Ralph Scott and altogether, tho day was delight Academy, wero united in marriago nl tho home of tho bride's mother, Mrs. Sinclair. Tho wedding was very quiet and Informal, President Frost officiating. No ono outside of the small wedding circle know of the event until Professor Matheny announced it in tho Academy dining room Commencement morning, and hy that limo they wero far away, ns luey Had taken tho midnight train lo tho South. They returned Saturday morning. They will bo hero this summer in chargo of tho summer school. It would bo hard lo say which of the two is more beloved by their pupils, as Iho whole Academy "Swnro" hy Mrs. Holderman and Professor Peck. Mr. Peck has been a teacher of mathematics and sciences in Hid Academy sinco 1010 and has been ono of tho most pop ular professors in tho wholo school. Mrs. Holderman has been Academy professor of Hfstory sinco 1912 and has douo much to mother tho girls and hoys of her department. Hut it is certain that tho lovo and best wishes of all Herea and of the host of their pupils from away are extended to Professor and Mrs. Peck. 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BEREA NATIONAL BANK par-Her- nd ng I rr I K Chautauqua Week BILL OF FARE eeee; I near-fence- ox-erc- iso Illustrated Instrumental Chautauqua Week at Berea, June 21st to 25th. PfiRO Sir entrnncn opon, TUB CITIZKPi. CHAPTER XXIII. Juno II, lull. Hlako raised his hand swiftly nnd a loud report echoed through tho silence Tho ghosts scrofttnod nnd would have darted Into tho darkness, but Hlako nnd Rogers, their courage fully returned, ran swiftly after them. A hot pursuit followed, In which, ono ghost tripped on a gnarled branch and went headlong to tho ground, while the other fled with a degruo of speed that mado tho nthletla Rogor permitting mo to current particularly swift, and I had glimpse tha guard without, facing tho not been carrlod far down stream when tho overhanging branches of tho opening. "You haro como to help us, mad- opposite bank gavo shelter. I drow ashore, and sat thcro, shivering In emoiselle?" I whispered, bonding so closo her hair brushed my Hps. "You my wot clothes, tho night air chill, and stared anxiously about, nnd ncross to feel that our need Is that dospornto?" "I must do right," sho answered, yet the shoro wo had just loft. Tho heavy, without lifting her eyos to mlno, "as dark woods woro silent; I could hear Ood tells mo. I prny to him for guid- a scurrying In tho bushes at tho top of tho bank, but It was only tho frightance. You are whlto men nnd Christians; you camo to tho Wyandots on a ened flight of somo startled wild animission of peace. What Is my duty, mal. Thero was no sign of alarm, or monsieur? I also am Christian, and excitement I moved down tho shoro cautiously, only a drop of Indian blood flows In my veins. Yet all my llfo hnvo I bcon keeping well below tho concoollng Romance Ho was Indian. How can I turn against my bank until I found Urady. crouched In tho shadow of n great treo own peoplo?" Clair's Defeat St. "I cannot think that you do," I urged root, his whole nttcntlon riveted on ns sho paused, breathing heavily. "The tho opposite sldo. "Thero are no signs of pursuit?" Bn Randall Panlsh Wyandots havo been falsely led, de"Not that 1 con see. I hnvo watched ceived. They havo bcon driven Into Illustrated bg D. J. Uvtn this war by tho lies of whlto men. horo somo minutes, but thcro has bcon Would wo be In danger now If our no movement along tho bank. Wo will iiiuiyiiiiiiiiiijiiliH!i!i!iiiJii!,iwiiiJiiiim:iiiiiii!iiiiiliii:iiiiiu:iuuHi fato was left to a council of Wyandot movo on down stream." It was hard walking amid tho tangled 8YNOPSIS. chiefs?" "No; thoy would listen to mo, and roots, and wo mado slow work of It I Joseph Havward. an en- - bellevo. It Is Hamilton and his whlto Urady, In advanco, stumbled onco or CIIAP7T United States army on hla In t story. I twice, and, I noticed, held ono hnnd war to Fi' llarmar, mM(i Hlmon Olrtr.il aides who refuso to hear tho a renecail vhoso natne haa been con-t- went to his tepee twice, and was pressed against his sldo as though manner of atrocities. alo peeled wit away tho last tlmo with In from pain, breathing heavily. To our beaded foi brt llarmar with a message turned suits, as though I wero an unknown left, but some distance away, a volco 1th general. Hamilton. Hay-hifrom the to the fort and protects squaw." ard cut... called, and was answered by another. him from i number of scout i who tried "How, then, did you gain permission So, tolling on, wo camo to a sharp to kill him. bend In tho stream. to come here?" General Harmar'i CHAPTER II-- At "I waited until he left tho camp. "It must bo about opposlta horo, headquarter liavwrd meets Hene 1 Auvray who professes to recognise htm. Thcro are but two white men hero to- Hayward," he said stopping, "thp girl no recollection of ever night, although he has and ono of them Is Olrty. I llko told you tho boat would bo. What Is having seen her before. not tho man, but he seems friendly to that lumping shadow yonder? Your you, and so I trust him. Ho suggested eyes aro younger than mlno." I looked where ho pointed, shading volunteer to that I come, and told me something CHAPTEH carry a mrssaRe for llarmar to Sandusky which gavo mo courage. Ho had beard my eyes, nnd gradually focusing the where Hamilton Is stationed. The north- n word dropped by Hamilton which outlines until thoy assumed definite west Indian tribes are ready for war and are only held back bv the refusal of the mado him suspect your lives were at shape. friendly Wyandota to Join. The latter are stako. Ho dare not act openly, but ho "It Is a big treo bent down over tho demanding the return of m religious teacher whom they believe to sent me to tell you this, and to whls-pe- r river; no doubt tho ono sho meant" be a prisoner. Hayward's mission Is to to you hie plan. It was easy for "You seo no movement?" aaeure the Wyandota that the nun Is I strained my eyos, searching the not held by the soldiers. Harmar Im- mo to come here with Hamilton away. presses on Hayward the necessity of Tho guards are Wyandots, and I had 'reaching Hamilton before Olrtv. only to ask the chief to let me dress CHAP! t V They come on the trail )ft a wa- - irty and. to escape from the Monsieur' Brady's wounds. Ho had not :e shelter In a hut on an been warned, against me, and suspect .Indiana Island. Hayward finds a murdered man In oil nothing. The Englishman who was the hut In command was led by Olrty to proves to be Ilaoel f left Vl- -It CHAPTER (P Auvray. a former French officer, who I the other end of the village. When tho as called by the Wyandota "white chief." chief sought him, he was not to bo Rene appears and Hayward la puxzled by jnerlnslatance that they have met be- - found, and so I wad given permission." She stepped silently back to the enCHAPTER VII Rene recognises the trance, and glanced out Into tho fire'murdered man as her father, who was light, returning as swiftly to clasp my .known among the Indians as sleeve. "Listen, monsieur; I must speak VTII-S- he Hayward her CHAPTER tells , father was exiled from the French court fast, for I know not who may sus'and had spent his Ufa amass the Indians picion us. Now mark every word, for ranvertlncr thim in ChriatfAnTtv 't le a desporato chance. Two houra CHAPTER IX Brady reverts seeing a from now bo ready. We must work band of marauding Indiana In the vicinity and with them Simcn dirty. Drady'a tonight, whllo Hamilton is away. I evidence convinces the girl that there Is will somehow draw the guard away a British officer by the name of Hay-w- from this side here, next to river, who resembles the American. monsieur. When you hear on owl hoot creep beneath the skins Finding escape from the three times CHAPTER X Island cut off Hayward and his compan- - and down tho bank to tho water's edge. lions prepare to resist an attack from the You must move like foxes, for there.' i Indians. will be sleeping warriors to pass. Co CHAPTER XI Reconnolterlng around down stream." Ithe ca-'at night Hayward discovers a "And then?" I asked breathlessly, as 'White ' n In a British uniform and ' Heave a for dead, after a desperate sho stopped to glanco behind. fight "A quarter of a mile below, at tho CXTortR XII The Indiana capture the cabin after a hard struggle In which ond of tho village, around a sharp Wayward Is wounded. bend, Olrty will havo a canoe tied to a A Head Was Thrust Through the Rap overhangs tho water. It will and a Gruff Voice Spoke. CHAPTER XIII Rene saves Hayward tree that from death at the hands of the savages bo in shadow, and concealed by brush. conceals him In the cellar of tha He has promised to put Into It food, dork shoro Inch by Inch, but could perand rCaWn. paddles and ono gun. You must hldo ceive nothing; the lights of tho Ores CHAPTER XIV Hayward alscover a during daylight aro you sure you un-- were far away. half breed negro In the cellar. They en- -i "It Is still as death over thore." gage In a fierce fight which ends when derstand oil?" the negro accidentally butts his brains He shot a swift glanco at mo, as It "Yea; that Is clear, but I must ask a Out against the low root of the cellar. tho words pleased him little. In tho question where Is St. Clair?" ghastmeets hi CHAPTER "I do not know exactly, but he Is dim starshlne his face appeared Mouble, Joseph Hayward of the British array. The latter admit that ha had marching toward tho little Wabash; he ly whlto. "Perhaps tho days of miracles aro held D'Auvray a prisoner In the cabin, but that he knew nothing about hla seeks to destroy the Miami towns." gone," he said doubtfully, "and I not ideath. His object In detaining D'Auvray "With what force?" Anyhow Jwaa to help Incite the Wyandota to war. "Less than two thousand, tho scouts Olrty may havo played fair. now but desay. He only expects to meet the In there is nothing to be dono CHAPTER XVI The Britisher Como on, lad; we'll take to clares that D'Auvray was murdered by dians of the Wabaelt" I test it the negro, out of vengeance. again." A head was thrust through the flap, water Tho cheerful note in his volco bolreports that and a gruff volco spoko In a strango CHAPTER XVII-Re- ne my own courago. We swam Brady Is a prisoner of tha Indian and language. Tho girls fingers pressed stered that he Is to be burned at the stake. They mlno firmly, nnd then sho turned and straight this time, with steady stroke, plan to rescue the scout eyes scanning tho bank we wero went out in silence. As she passod out our pleads with tha approaching. And tho canoe was there, CHAPTER XVIII-Re- ne of the opening her hand dropped tho chief for the life of the scout Although smuggled under tho leaning tree, bow she Is highly respected among the Inskin, leaving tho Interior In darknoss. i to bank, rendered shapeless by a covdians her efforts are without avail. The I stood motionless, listening to tho British officer Is recognized by a renegade lay named I.appln, who demands his life of many sounds without, hardly conscious ering of broken branches. Wo the chief. yet that sho had gone. Tho hot blood hold of tho sides, standing waist deep eyes searching tho high CHAPTER XXII. was throbbing In my veins, but It was in water, our towering dark above us. Thcro caused by no thought of tho dangers bank lowRene Cornea. confronting me. At that moment she was no movement, no sound, and I Tlio afternoon passed slowly. Wo alono occupied my mind. Then slow ered the branches ono by ono Into tho discussed tho chances of escape, yet ly her message recurred, forcing Its water, and permitted them to float siknew so little of our surroundings as way In upon my consciousness with In-- lently down stream. Concealed by tho ahado of the great to gain slight satisfaction. If wo could slstence. Tonight our escape must bo waded cautiously ashore nnd ho certain that there were no Indians made within two short hours. I treo I crept out Into a mazo of roots. Tha on the opposite hank of tho river wo stepped forward to awaken Brady, but higher bank roso sheer before me. 'lo might venture an attempt. But wo now, with my brain cleared, a sudden- i the right there was nn opening, as If a suHplcion came. Was this honest planto tho river, and rewere far from sure. nlng? Was the deslro back of It ac- - truli led down Thus far all bad been failure, our tually our escape? Or was It born of vealed thcro against tho upper sky, something moved. For an Instant I mission useless, our sufferings vain; an Instant did I no moro; then I recognized Schultz had given up his life, Brady treachery? Not for of could toll flguro stealing cautiously toquestion her tho purity and truth won wounded and suffering, and I, as Olrty. Why a human Simon gloom. It moved well as ho, a helpless prisoner. Yet her purposebut to help us? Never ward me through tho even this could be borno with patience1 should he schomo his namo spoken silently as a spirit, and my heart bent before had I heard fiercely as I roso up and stared. She If only I could perceive some way to any harbinger of mercy to the bocomo of service, BOino means by as was close upon mo before I was sure, frontier. I recalled his ugly faco, his which I could warn St. Clair of this "Ilono." narrow, furtive eyes, and my doubt of "Oh," a llttlo catch In the quick tornado of savagery about to Bweop1 him increased. The plan was too easy, It is you; how down upon him. I wrestled with tho, to be altogether natural. whisper; "then then oiled, problem, searching vainly for some too well all how did you come bore?" I shook Urady awake, told him avenuo of escape, eotno unguarded I draw her back Into tho deeper so far oa related to opening by which I might hopo to that had occurred, In our effort, but without voicing my sus- shadow, and told her tho brief story as ponotrato through tho watchful rod! picion. awlft words, clinging to her bands, lines. I could not dlstln-bulsI held her closo. Twice wo started at the distant hoot Slowly, Insensibly, tho vision of her faco, but sho llatenod, nor was not repeated. owl, but It mademoiselle came. What a llfo had1 of an at last, tho signal camo, sound- soft breath on my cbeok. been hers from childhood, and yet bow Then, "Oh, I am so glad so glad, moning near at hand, from somowhoro tho truo, sweet womanhood had con down the stream. Urady went first, sieur. I did not know until aftor I gavo quered all savage environment. It was worming his way silently beneath tho tho signal. I I camo down hero to bo to mo a miracle. Indian sbo claimed flap, and, tho Instant he disappeared, I sure to, to say good-by,- " sho faltered, borsch, and yet it was her French followed. There was a Blight gully to "and and saw them waiting." fore bears who had marked hex face our left, and we crept Into It, kooplng "Then It was treachery? The pur- and character. gleam of flro. Lying poeo was to kill us? Olrty lied?" down out of the 8ho was in my mind still, a soft, ton- - cldo by side ut the edgo of tho water "Yes, monsieur. You you will not dor memory, when the ekln concealing ho put bis lips closo to my ear. believe I knew? That I suapectod Buch Cha en trail co was lifted and she stood "On your back, lad, with only tho a thing ta tho narrow opening looking in. My handclasp tightened. nose out; stroke easy, and lot tho oar-resee her Blonder, lightly poised oodd "No, dear, no; go cm. Where aro the carry you down." against the flro, but form onioned Ho lowered himself Into tho stream, men?" MMsiBgry her eyes could not penewhich woa deep to the shoro, as silent"Host of them, ten or twelve as near trate the) darkness within. An Instant ly as a ghost A dozen foot away I as I could make out, are in a ravine at fee hosftaUd, leaning slightly forward. lost tight of blm entiroly amid the the) edge of the camp, yoador clot to "Monsieur." dim, dancing shadows. Then I fol- the shore. There are throe others up "Yes," I said eagerly, already on my lowed with equal caution, my faca above here, hiding behind the bank." feet. "I was longing for you lo come." turned up to the sky. It was a dark "I ms; tha attack was to be made by cautious .night, but with a few stars visible those above as we crept along, and If camo forward Slio ly, guided by the sound of peeping down through rifts of cloud. Filth or of a rot away those three loaving my- the Tho small river was not wide, nor tho dsrtat ware to complote tfe--s Job." voice. I JTneMaid of the I my-so- lf Forest 1 Jl of n -- . wa-pa-t- ar I " J XV-Hay- I L I h nt r In the Woods. "You must get Into tho canon, Ilono." "Como, wo havo no I said shortly. tlmo to loso." "I monsieur?" Oy CATHERINE COOPE. "Yes, you; I am not going to leavo you hero for Hamilton to wreak his rago on. Thero Is no tlmo to argue For years tho old houso had stood now." wlthlu Its vast grounds, spectral and pant "Hut, monsieur " "Never mind that; will you go as I mysterious by night deserted and Hlako stooped over tho fallen wraith dilapidated by day. It was a rendez- and picked It up In his arms. I la say?" vous of ghosts hy moonlight, a placo breathed heavily when nn Inert but Thcro was a silvery gleam of star on her upturned faco, and I could seo hor of creeping things by tho light of warm, living girl and not a phantom, eyes, startled, puzzled, half frightened, tho sun. was revealed to his touoh. Tho hood' Tho children ran fearsomely past felt back against his shoulder and gazing up Into mlno. Thun thu long It on their way homo from the village Hliko beraino tangled In tho massos lashes drooud over thorn. "Yes, monsieur," she snld, her lips school, wlillo tho adults refused to go of whlto chiffon that hid the faco. within tho tumbledown gntos for fear trembling. Rogers In hot relief captured his "I will go with you." Tho dawn found mo with tho paddlo, of tho ghosts that tradition had placed ghost when sho would havo slipped within tho spacious grounds. but Itcno still wldo awake. There was beneath n lifted door that ted to tho And yet, the gardons wero most al- cellar of the old houso. a thin, gray fog over tha river, which turned to purplo as tho light strength- luring with their assortment of old "No you don't llttlo wraltht" ho ened, and we wero at tlio apex of a gnarled trees, low shrubbery, ond riot- cried Jubilantly, and caught her In an. great bend, tho couiso of tho stream ous vines that scrambled Indiscrimi- Iron clasp. "You can't glvo mo the ahead leading Into tho northwest That nately over roof top or garden wall. slip llko that." was not our direction, and besides I When n slim wedgo of moon cast trailThe swond ghost did tho only satfolt It thcro was pursuit It would bo ing lights down from thu starry isfactory thing and fainted In Rogers" safer far ashore. Just as tho sun heavens thu old haunted house as- arms. broke through tha mist wo camo unex- sumed the splendors of a midnight Ho carried her out to a small patch pectedly to the mouh of a small fairyland. of moss green gardon, whero tho moon, That ghosts were seen thero was af- emerging from a bank of fog, revealed stream leading Into tho main river from tho south. So thoroughly was It firmed vigorously by most of tho vilHlake trying vainly to lift tho veil concealed by a thick growth of bushes, lagers, Including tho butcher, tho from the faco of tho ghost ho had cnpa that we would havo slipped by, bad I baker, nnd the candlestick maker. tured. not been skirting tho shoro closely, Thoy, ono nnd all, spoke In whispers "Don't darn tnku oft my volll" comseeking somo such opening. 1 headed of tho spectral figures that seemed manded tho Indignant volco of tho the canoo straight in, pressing asldo to float In tho very nlr nbout tho old ghost "I will haunt you for a thouthe branches to gain passage, and gardens. Of late there had been sand years If you do." found beyond a narrow creek, up which of weird music coming from be"I am not In the least sure I would! we managed to paddlo for several hun- hind the barred windows and the mind being haunted In this case," yards. Then I stepped over- monotonous dred rhythmic chanting of Rogers heard Hlako reply. The board, and dragged tho light croft still voices. wraith In his own arms was stirring higher, until I discovered a place of Tho story of noises had only of faintly, with signs of returning conconcealment behind a hugo rotting lata penetrated the village Intellect. sciousness. Ho heaved a sigh of relog. It was tho young minister himself lief. Hero wo left It, Hene and I bearing who first whispered to his good wife "My ghost!" he cried triumphantly,! with us tho guns and our small store a talo of dull music having reached "Is a women." I bad cut a cane for his ears as of provisions. got nothing on me," "You'vo be passed by the haunted Hrady, and, with Its help, ho managed house on his way to the parish church, laughed Hlako; "so Is mlno!" to got along slowly, although sight of Sho In turn spm&d tho story, and "When you two aro finished discusshis faco mado my heart ache. Thus In more than ever the place was given a ing us," camo a muffled volco, "we slnglo fllo wo waded up the tiny wldo berth. will bo glad to return to our haunts." stream, until wo attained a ledgo of Rogers and Hlako held fast to their It wall lie two strangers who were rocks where our feot would leavo no stopping at the quaint village Inn who prey. wo tolled, helping first expressed skepticism as to the trail. Over theso "Tou will return to no haunt until each other, until we came to tho up- actual existence of thn ghosts. Thoy we get a good look at you both," land, Into an open forest, carpeted doubted moat emphatically the nightly Jimmy said. with autumn leaves. Hy this tlmo appearanco of tho wraiths, but were Indignant sniffs camo from two Hrady was too exhausted to go further, far too tactful to express their opin- ghosts. sinking helplessly on tho ground, lteno ions save to one another. "And tell us what all this monkey also looked worn and heavy-eyed- , and Howover, when tho moon was High business means! Frightening all the I had no heart to urge them on. Wo In tho nnd tho village had village out of Its wits with your moanate sparsely of what food we had, but gono toheavens Calvin Hlako and ing and weird flights In this old garsloop, I Urady barely touched his portion. Jimmy Rogers went out for a stroll. den," Calvin Hlako laughed. Tho wrappod him In our only blanket, and They did not want to disturb the ghosts llkixl tho laughter. They sighed tho three of us slopt peace of the scene by getting out their resignedly It was the gray dawn when madcmol-soll- e great touring car from tho garage at "If." said one of them, "you breathe, awoke mo, shaking me soundly not a word to any one we will tell Inn. Thoy went out on foot. ere I could bo aroused. That some- tho Thoy were not discussing ghosts you all about us." thing was wrong I perceived Instantly nor even romance and tradition when "Not a word," promised Rogers. from tho expression of her faco, and Jimmy clutched Calvin's arm and ' "Wn are writing and composing an sat up, glancing hastily about, expect- turned whlto under the beams of the operetta for a contost " said tho ing tho approach of savages. ghost "Absoluto concentration was midnight moon. "What is it?" Ily Jove. Hlako I had no necessary so wn conceived tho Idoa of "Look! "He Is gone, monsieur! Monsieur Intoxicant for dinner, but I swear I seo taking possession of uncle's old homo- Hrady Is gone," stead and playing the part of haunts camp. Why a couple of spooks thore behind that "Gone! You moan loft whllo wo accomplish our work." clump of bushes!" that Is Impossible; he could barely "Wo are supposed to bo In Earope," Hlako laughed uproariously, then walk." confided the second ghost "This sestopped suddenly. "Hut he Is not hero, monsieur," sho Two appalling spectacles arose from clusion was absolutely necessary If wo Insisted. "See; It was thcro bo lay. I tho shrubbery, emitted weird, sepul- wero to accomplish anything. Tho will tell you all I know. I woko up In groans, and vanished Into the old houso Is cozy inside, but wo had to tho night and thought of him, of how chral air, or so It seemed to tho men stop up all tho cracks and mufflo all very hard It was for so strong a man to bo who beheld the flight. sounds, The only air wn get Is at so weak and til. Thon I got up and Tho two men. petrified for the mo- night, when wn como out to haunt thn went over quietly to bo suro he was fear, garden," all right Dut ho was awako, mon- ment with something akin to each" Hoth ghosts laughed softly. Hoth sieur, staring up at tho sky with eyes stood still and gazed blankly at mortals joined them. wide open. Ho saw me, and said he other "Tho only promise wo aro going to "Are wo sober?" Hlake was tho first was nervous and could not sleep. No, ask In return for keeping your secret was not In pain, but to regain speech. ho told mo he until the opera Is "That la tho question," laughed Rog- you permit us to add finished Is that complained of being cold. I spread two more ghosts recovering and reeling more leaves over blm, and be said that ers, quickly to village tradition Just sometimes was hotter. Then then ho took my tho normal warmth of his blood nullyou are taking your airing." hand and kissed It, and begged mo to ing back In his veins. "I seem to when have been Just a trlllo lone"Wo go back and and lie down. Ho was doubt our condition. Most certainly very nlco and gentle, and smiled at we saw something moving In the some," ndmltted ono phantom. later, whon the months Soma me. So I went back, and crept Into haunted gardon and from my childhood my leaves, and tried to sleep. Ho did visions of ghosts I take It that what operetta had taken tho prize, tho money had to bo divided between Mrs. not move, yot I lay thcro a long whllo wo havo seen resembled spooks." thinking. I think I cried a llttlo. mon"Very closely. If I ever see any-- 1 James Rogers and Mrs. Calvin Hlakn. sieur, for I felt so sorry. At last I thing llko a phantom again It will be Ohosts and Cupids andIf mortals soomod slept ngaln. It was just a llttlo light mo for tho plodgo! Let's go back happily mingled, and tho village lost Its traditional haunt, what did It matwhon I awoko onco more, and my first j to the Inn." memory was of him. I went over thero sunlight of tho next ter? In tho broad and and ho was gone, I could see ' day tho two skeptics viewed the apparl- - (Copyright. 1314. bv thn McClura NawsprVB por Syndicate.) wl In the leaves, and whero he had rested of tho preceding night a a freak tho blanket on tho ground, but but ho Ition Thoy decided, Quite True. was not there. I sought for him, but to watch again at midnight "Yes, my friends," exclaimed a lecthero was no trace nothing. So' I i Thero was Biilflclcnt of adventure In turer, "thoro are many excuses for tho camo nnd woko you." tho situation to appeal to them. glass. Tho sick man says ho mnst havo I was on my feet, a feeling of dread "Wo will go straight Into tho old tugging at my heart I felt that I al- j gardon tonight and wait," Hlako sug- - his glass to make him well. Tha shivready knew what had hnpiHinod. yet I gested, and slipped his revolver into ering taxlman must havo his glass to could not tell her not now, not until his pocket "Spooks mny not possess make him warm. Tho sweating must havo his glass to mnka I was sure. anything shootnhlo, but I'll but wo can him cool. "Ho could not havo gone fnr, Hene," glvo them a scare." "Hut thoy llo, friends. Don't bollova I sold hastily. "Perhaps to tho rlvor Accordingly they emerged from tho tho workman who says ho can't work for a drink. Como, wo will see," Inn at It o'clock and mado their way without his glass. I defy anybody to Tho ground about thu camp had houso. Even trampled by our feot that, nt toward tho haunted a way of up- mention to mo a workman who cannot been so work ns well nnd bottor without his pick up the trail. Imaginary ghosts havo first, I could not nerves, and It was not glass as with It" Finally, taking a wider circle, I camo setting tho quickly beating hearts that A volco In tho back of tho hall made upon softer soil and tho Imprint of his without Rogers entered tho gardon moccasins. I knew they wero his be- Hlnko and seats on tho ancient front ltsolf nudlblo: "I'll tell yer ono!" cause of ono foot drugging, and tho nnd tookThey wero hidden by massoa "I defy you to do so," said tho.loctar' impression of his cano. They led down porch. garden paths. or; "I defy you, sir!" ho roared. toward tho river, and I followed swift- of vines from tho Tho night was dark and cloudy and Then tho volco obsorvod! ly, tho girl closo behind, until wo stood "The glazier can't do without his at tho edgo of tho stream. Tho man's enhanced tho fearsome silence. softly. "Shucks!" muttered Hlako glass." trail ended there. I explored tho bank Tho lecturer contlnuod his oration at for soma distance up and down, but "Ohostly moetlngs aro not oxactly a decldod disadvantage. London Tt without result Thore were tears thrilling. I fool groggy." gllmmorlng In Ileno'B eyos, as I camo "8sh!" warned Rogers. "I heard a Hits. back she also was beginning to un- notsol" His voice was a trlllo husky. Bate Signal Aids Umpire. derstand. Without a word I waded "My spino fools as It cold water were out Into the water, and swam across to dripping from It." A baso signal for baseball fields ta tho othor shore. There was nothing Hoth mon hold their breath, A aid the poor umpire ot a basobafl there no sign, no mark of any de- wraith, making wild passoa with Its gamo has been lnvontod by Stephen whoro arms, camo silently around tho corner Wills. Tho invontlon is expootod ta scription and I came back to sho waited, wading out with dripping of tho veranda. A moment later it terminate tho famous disputes bet garments to tho bank. was joined by a second ghostly appari- tweon opposing players and the act "Thero there was nothing, mon- tion, and tho two moaning and walling plro on whothor the player toschee! sieur?" circled tho houso. When thoy reached tho base boforo being tagged out "Nothing." I answered gravoly. "He tho veranda a third tlmo Hlako put his The apparatus makes an electrical an in- hand on tho revolver In hla pocket. contact which sound the alarm sad bos not crossed over." I heeltatod question- Neither man had been' able to make a stant, but could not resist tha raises the signal when a btnwiissj ing horror In her eyes. "Tou under- sound, so loud1 was the beating of his tovches or roaches the base. This stand, do you not?" accomplished by having the basetissis heart, so tense bis breath. "You you think." she faltered, "that Whon tho ghosts linked arms aad or bag hinged and raised at om etc Monsieur Brady has has killed him- went slowly, stealthily down the car-As- by a spring; when the ruaaer self?" path, toward, the shrubbery walk. M, It Is depressed, fxvlsug IB VISIONS OF GHOSTS I I It a (Continued next week.) Juno 11, 1014. THE CITIZEN tho main thing. Idleness Fretting killn, (Irinding on Band In llio innchlnory kills. Hut wholesome, interesting, work Dint never kills. Ex. vim, kills. in wcll-vnrlcd Pago Sovon. IN THE HOME veuse ron this week Wherever lie inny guide mc, No want shall turn me back; My shepherd Is beside nie, And nothing can I lack, His wisdom ever wakolh, His sight Is never dim, Hu knows llio way Ho Inkolli, And I will walk with lllui. A. It. Waring. TEACHING THE CHILDREN TO HELP Hero is my way of gelling thr uhifdron to help me with the work, reports a mother on a farm to Tho Valley Farmer: Write a certain number of tnsks to be done, one on eanh slip of paper. Let the children ' draw one all round and then draw ana in until all the Klips aro taken up. Each child performs the tasks that are written nil the slips he or she draws. Or another way: Let cunh ono perform tasks to corres poud In number with the number of years he or she is old. Of course tanks given out this way will bo short, such ns, emptying nsli, pick ing up papers, wiping dust from furniture, donning the wash basin washing lnmps, etr. It is a change my children like. DOW TO SHRINK WASH GOODS Washable materials of all sorts will give much creator satisfaction and wear linmr if shrunken before tltny n made ni. Tins on lw easry Utile trouble. ily dwto with First lay Hie material in yard folds, then bast all the frelvftM together mi ou anV only. Than lmslo onell mm I through all lb folds in uxaetly the fame manner. The mi thr other moV are left fre. Ntwt fotd it neatly so.il will liftlM- - veul 7rewred for it, iwt crushing at all. Tilts tub, eie is Mini with enld wnler in Mitttelent (jiiitntity to oovor tho goods to I iiwwrct. The material should ttf left in the water for about half an hour, when it should ! wnnw nut lightly to avoid creasing. Hang the haslet! olid to tho lino. then pull and straighten with the hands, slipping them up and outward between the free solvates, When neatly dry release the bast ings on the two ends and assist the drying by shaking and shaping, and create the folds to denote yard lengths. When quite dry, cut the basting thrombi from the selvage end, when the material should look like new. In all probability no iron tug will be necessary Ex. THE SECRET Or LONG LITE niCII LITTLE GIRL "Mother,' nsked Lulie, "may I two litllo apples Instead of a big ono lit my luncheon "I'm sorry, my dear, but there is only one big apple left. I used the rest for pics yesterday nnd kept this out for you." Lulle went into the pantry nnd in spected the apple tboughfiilly. Her face cleared. "This one will bo all right, mother. It s such a big one! Are apples very dear, mother?" "Why, rather at I his season; but them will always be ns many ns my little girl wants to eat." "Oh, yes, I know Hint; hut there is n girl in our class who never has an apple in her luncheon. There nie four girls at their house and throe boys, so ft lakes lot of Hoys eat so much bread. bread. She says her mother has to bake every other day. So if apples are dear. I suppose that Is why she never has one. This is so big I can give her half. You see, if it was n small one she wouldn't want to lake half of it, for fear I might not Imve enough." "I shall gel more so there will lie plenty in the morning.'' said mother. Ltitio laughed. "I want to tell you such a funny thing, inolher. You know I have four gingham school dresses, hut where thore aro four girl" that make only one apiece; so Mary's mother washes theirs out Saturday morning and irons them Saturday havo afternoon. They some old drosses they wear at home. She must be n very smart woman," snid Lutie. "Very clever, indeed," said mother. Did Mary fell you tbnt?" Yo-- . biie salil sue Knew wo would notice' that she always wore the stiuio dress, and she was afraid we would thhik it never was washed. I Art month she had the highest irrade in , the school the whole school, mother. She novor whispers mr piny In school, and we hardly evnr do, either, because we are n- fruil Mary might see us. I'd al most rather the teacher would see me whipr tlmn Mnry. She is so good and sweet that everybody loves her." 'I ee," sanl mother. think she is a very rfoli litllo girl." "Yes, iiHlmir tiried Lnlie Fx A ?" y, the hollow cono nnd through the small holo nt Its lop nflcr eating what milk they want. To get the Hies mil of the trap, drop some loose paper through tho hole at the top, cover ngaln anil burn the paper lo kill what Hies nro havo not already dead. Then nil can bo in lo emptied through tho hole in the top, and the trap put in tho place again. All Hies caught should be burned tor they are full of dangerous germs. Hy keeping nil garhago cleaned tip and Ibis trap going constantly, your trouble with flics will be nt an end if you keep screen doors and windows in repair. !o lo Early's Store and Inke a look at the fly catcher there, WAYS OF THE AMERICAN BOY Cabinet for Collection of Curious Little Things Youngster May Pick Up Is Inexpensive. Ily KATIIHtlINK ATHKItTON CilllMKfl. Illg Bister callB It "cluttering trash." und big brother snys, with a iiupcrlor smile, "You'll know better some-- dny." with an Mother dusts It cnn-fully- , cabinet snfily nRnlnsi the wnll, or It rosy bo ftllowwl to rest on tho floor, nnd be simply balanced by tho upper loop. Any n 7.n of spools will do to mnko this nrtlcle, but those on which number 40 thread Is wound nro nbout the best. Tho Bools may he elthor gilded or painted, nnd llio shclvcn ntnlned, painted or covered. Ono pretty cabinet inn do In this way had the nlielves covered neatly on both sides with plain white oilcloth, while the spools were painted light blue, with n gilt band nround tho center of each. The loop nt tho top was hidden hy n broad how of blue ribbon. It was dainty enough for nny room, and easily kept clean. One of the most fascinating collec-tldiin boy enn mnko Is Hint of various recks. Most localities furnish many varieties of these, and tho. collector usunlly has little trouble In making nddltlons from other ROUrreH. Quartz, pyrites of various H SIXDOORS FOR ASPIRJNG YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door Berea's Vocational Schools power, combined with Trninlng that adds to your money-earnin- g general education. TOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Cnrpcntry, Printing, Commcr-cln- l. FOR YOUNG LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking, Cooking. Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not fnr advanced, combined with some vocntionnl training. 'No matter whnt your present advancement, wo ran put you with others like yourself and give chnnco for most rapid progress kinds, feldspar, granite, "puddllng-stones," fluor-spar- , 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course slates,- nnd tho smile over her boy's odd litbut father tle, tiunrh of treasures; euys heartily: "Ily the wny, old fellow, here's a queer thing I picked up this morning. Thought you'd like It for your curiosity nhop." For father nan been a boy himself, nnd understands how near to n boy's heat Is the collection of odd nnd Interesting things ho 1ms picked up In He knows corners. hat It mentis to find n bit of rock with a curious fossil shell In It, and what n thrill of drllght It sends down onit's uplnc to clinnce upon a real Ina dian relic n Hint spenrpolnt, sharpvdged "skinning knife," or n delbond, no icately tinted larger tlmn a thumbnail. It Is n problem to find a satisfactory wny of displaying nil these things. They nro iinunlly tossed about here nnd there, nnd the ono you wnnt to show n friend. Is always tho last ono to come to light A good cabinet for such a collection From a mny be made ns follows: lumbor cut foot bonrd of half-Incshelvos that will four Just lit Into a corner of tho room. Iloro In the corners of these quarter- Inch augur hole, nn Inch back from tin- - edcr'8 Procure three pieces of stout twine, each nbout llvo feet long Hinder twine Is very good for this purpos" At one end of each piece fasten firmly nn empty spool, nbout the size that number 8 thread come on Then pass the other ends t thr twine pieces up through the bird-arrothree-cornere4 many Interesting fosslllfcrous rocks, mny be mentioned ntnong others easily procurable, nnd of much Interest. The boy who lives near tho water nlwnys likes to collect shells. Thcso mnko n beautiful cabinet. If each has the place nnd dato of finding written on the Insldo with India Ink, tho valuo of the collection will ho much greater In For those who arc not expecting to teach nnd who nre not going thru College, hut desire more general education. This is Just the thing fnr those preparing for medical studies or other professions without n college course. It nlso gives Jhc best general education for lo carry it on Dy those who wish a good start in study and themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School Although much of tho value of such n collection lies In the sentiment connected with It, yet tho habit of observation It encourages Is a valuable Altogether, the "collecncquleltlon. tor's manln" Is by no means nonscnira, crcn If It does "cluttor up" a comer of the room. Whnt Is tho room for, anyway? nftcr years. ' This gives the very best training for those who expect to teach. Courses urc so arranged that young people can teach through tho summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to kecpright on in their course of study. Read Dinsmorc's great book, "How to Teach a District SchooL" 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course SOME NEW DEFINITIONS little book entitled It Is by (leorgo Arthurs, nn author who ban written much popular verso. Somo of Arthur's wittiThere Ik n This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Ilirtory and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Borea's largest department. 6th Door Berea College Questions Answered This is Uic crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard?, courses in all advanced subjects. cisms: "Adam Tho first mnn, who wns born on the longest dny It nnd no Eve, Author of 'Only One Girl In tho World for mo.' "Anne, Quern. An early English queen, principally noted for bolng dead. "Anderson, Hans. Tho Inventor Of fnlry tnlos, and other excuses for be ing out Into nt night Tho discoverer of "Columbus. Arnorlca. He died of n broken heart because bo couldn't understand tho HKIIKA, FRIEND OF WOIllvING STUDENTS. Berca College wil'i its affiliated schools, is not a money-makininstitution. It requires certain fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging ns far as possible for students to earn nnd save in every way. OUU SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students coma from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra g slang. "DarwIn.-rh- o mnn-wh- dlf covered that his family treo was n cocoanut palm. Lndy. Tho first bare"Uodlva. backed rider, who played to an audi-enco .nr bad aroniel Are iHHisef Done some one have to .stand Willi a brush and keep them off the table while the rest mt? Are ou going to begin drying apples, pewrhos, corn, bonus, rtc, now soon and havo Hint same strug gle lo keep the flies off that yi u did last year? If the Hies are real bad at ymir house hero is the way to catch a quart or two of them a j day till they are all gone: Tho first thing to do is to throw all kitchen slops, decaying vegeta bles, etc., lo the hogs so they will be eaten at once, or, if no hogs are handy, throw them on dry, sloping ground in the sun away from tho house where they will quickly dry up. Next time you go to the store or can send, get a piece oi who window screening 2 feet by 3 feet and another 10 hy 20 inches. Oct a hoard a fool wide and cut two cir cular pieces from it that will bo a litllo over It inches across. Cut a circular hole in each about 0 inches across. Now take tho small piece of screen wire nnd tuck it 'snugly in (he bole in ono of the round pieces of board in such a way that it has a cono shape with a holo in the top nbout largo enough to put your finger through. In wrapping thoscreening in tho hole and bringing it to a peaked top you will havo one corner of tho pioco of screening slicking below the board. This can bo cut olT and used later to cover the top of tho trap. When you havo finished this part of tho trap you have a contrivance, something tho shape of a Mexican hat, of which the wire forms the peaked top and the circular hoard the rim. Now' set tho largo picco of wiro around this round board for a baso nnd tack it snugly to tho smooth outer rim, whilo board is Inying Hat mi the bench or tablo. Then turn it upside down around tho other round hoard you havo tnado and tnck Dm wiro smoothly nround the outside of this also. Now you have a sort of can shape contriv ance with tho round hoards for tho ends nnd with wiro screen sides. Nail throo litllo wooden blocks to tho bottom to servo as legs that will lot it stand nbout 2 inches above tho tablo. Now put a plate half full of sweetened clabber or thick sour milk on n block or old stool in tho back yard near tho kitchen door, sot your trap over tho plate, cover tho open top of tho trap aud watch tho flies A GOOD th III FLY TRAP of one Tho married man's "Mendelssohn. Composer of tho Wedding March. enemy "Knlelgh, Sir Walter. The man who Introduced tobacco into England. Tho first collector of clgaretto pictures. ' "Sheppnrd, Jack. A famous high-- ! way robber Ills descendants aro supposed to bo lawyers. "Tell. William. A man who shot al an npplo, nnd being nsked whether ho would have a cigar or nuts, took both. Celebrating her I (CM birthday down in Philadelphia a few days ago, Aunt Mary Bender, with her hair not yet wholly gray and with strength enough to do her share of the work, (old how to keep young in spite of time. "Just take care of yourself and nature will do the rest. Early to bed nnd early to rise. He careful what you eat. Look on the bright side of things and keep busy." Aunt Mary ought to know. Hor granddad lived to bo 104, and both of her parents crowded tho century mark. "Keep busy I" There you have tho big end of tho recipe. Of courso you musl aiso try to keep healthy that is, you mustn't willfully abuse tho body fiod gave you. Hut to keep busy, to keep inter esteil in congenial and useful scr- - "Hums, Ilobblo. Tho only Scotch writer who stayed In Scotland Instead of migrating to tho I'ark Row of Ilrtt-ls- h Journalism. CHATTER Never himself. charge. All except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings, and many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except in winter it is expected that all will have o chance to earn a part of their" expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to tecure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climato is tho best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. 1.1 VINO EXPENSES are rcaily Delow cost. The Colbg- - asks no rent, fur the line buildings ui winch stuients live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuol, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without colTec or extras, $1 J5 a week, in tho fall, and $1.50 in winter for furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of 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 the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $6.00 and $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM VOCATIONAL AND POUNDATION SCHOOLS Incidental Fee Room ACADEMY AND NORMAL OOLLIOB $ 5.00 5.60 Board 7 weeks 9.45 , $ 6.00 7.00 9.45 trust the man who deceive t jjJTL "'3 Amount duo Sept. 1G, 1914... $20.05 9.45 Board 7 weeks, duo Nov. 4, 1914 Total for term $29.50 WINTER TERM Incidental Fee Room $ 5.00 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 $ 7.00. 7.00 9.45 $23.45 9.45 $32.90 , Diversion for the Boy. holes in tho bottom sholf. On throo thnso cordB string moro bpooIb, until about a foot of each Is filled. Then Blip on another sholf, more spools, and so on until tho four shelves aro all In place, tiring tho throo cords together about 18 Inches above the top sholf. so that tho ono on tho back corner will run straight up tho angle of the wall, whllo tho othor two slant back to meet It. Thcso upper pieces should also bo filled with spools. A stout loop nt tho top will hang, the When In doubt It's tell tho truth. a good plan to $ 6.00 have to beg for a light. Tho man with money to burn doesn't Board 6 weeks 6.00 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $ 7.00 7.20 9.80 $23.20 9.00 $32-2- 0 Not every girl with a quiver In bcr vctce can draw a boau. Too many kick before they know whero tbo shoo pinches. Fools and children tell tbo truth and generally at tho wrong time. Amount due Jan. 6, 1915 Board 6 weeks duo Feb. 17, Total for term 1915 100 Beautiful and Colored The Central and Eastern Kentucky Real Estate and Timber Agency OF BEREA, KY. Solicits Your Patronage to sell or invest in property ol any kind, in the best town in the state (that's Hcrea you know), Farm lands in the garden spot of the world, (that's Central Kentucky too), Mineral, Timber ltnds or Timber Propositions, in one All persons, any place, wishing POST CARDS Many arc rich, rare, pictures of beautiful models and actresses Also a Self-Fillin- This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Winttr Sfrig Tttal Stenography and Typewriting.... $38.00 $12,08 $14.00 $10.9 10.00 86.00 Bookkeeping (brief courso) 14.00 12.00 18.00 6.00 6.00 7.00 Bookkeeping (regular courso).... Business courso studies for students in other departments: 9.00 7.60 27.00 10.60 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's use 18.00 6.M 6.90 7.00 of instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. 1.60 1.81 6.40 Arith., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 In no caso will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. d young man or young woman can get an education at' Any Berea if there is tho will to do so. It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young peoplo waste time In the public schools going over and over tho same things, when they might be improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies with some of the best young men and women from other counties and states. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial allowing that they aro above 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. This may be ilgned by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco It strictly forbidden, Fall Term opens September 10, 1914. Get Ready! For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, able-bodie- g FOUNTAIN PEN All for only 50 cents The greatest bargain ip beautiful cards and rare art pictures ever ottered. Manj are hard to obtain and have sold singly for the price we ask for all. These will go quickly to all lovers of the beautiful in nature who appreciate KAKU AKT I'lC TURKS of welt developed models. fountain pen free A reliable with each order. These alone have sold for one dollar in stores. The 100 beautiful cards and pen all for but 90c and 10c In stamps for postage. self-fillin-g of the richest sections in the United States in natural resources ( that's Eastern Kentucky also ), or a like proposition in any other part of Coil's country (that's the South Ind sure) the opening of is going to turn the investing tide the world's greatest water-wa- y just list with us, and give us your orders, and we'll do the rest. No, not altogether lor the fun of it, but a very reasonable commission. A Square Deal u Our Motto No Trade Made, No Money Paid ART PORTRAYAL CO. DAYTON, OHIO Phone No. 150, J. W. HOSKINS, Mgr. MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. t'ttgc Klght. tin: citikn through horo recently selling fruit trees. Lillio Strong was in this vicinity this work laklng orders for King Manufacturing Co. Rev. Tav- lor (Hied his appointment at Lymans (.reek last Sunday. Sundav school is progressing nicely nt this place. J. S. Brandenburg purchased n fine organ recently for 971.00, Several from hero attended church at last Sunday. Best wishes to I he Citizen readers. Le-ro- se Juno ii, 1014. Hickory Plains Hickory Plnins, June 8. Mr, nnd Mrs. Henry Merb and little daughter GARRARD COUNTY of St. Louis, Mo., arc visiting Mrs. Merit's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wallaceton Ammolutaly mubatltutm Tlsdale. Wallacoton, June 7 J. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Pall Cornclisou visBaker of Illinois preached at Wal ited over Saturday night wilh Dil-lalore's Chapel Sunday, Juno 7lh. Many mixtures offered Anderson and family nt Whites Miss Versa Wilson of Berea Is visit Station. for Royal. No other ing her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Blanche- Crawford of Ml. baking powder is C. II. Baker, this week. same in Mrs. Hunt Tht Mine Ho cotitipondmcf poblittxd ualeee ilnrd In full by the writer. of Crab Orchard is visiting Mr and Vernon visited with her mint, Mrs. composition or effectiveness, or n evidence of rood filth. Write plainly. Bud Bush and cousin, Mrs. Salllc ii not for pMletioo, but Mrs. George Smith at present, Mrs. so wholesome and economical, Burdelte. K. J. Marian of Big Hill visited a Mr. E. F. Harris attended the ice nor will make such fine food. COUNTY land selected teachers for llio'fow days last week with her sister, JACKSON I. rream supper at Whites Station Sat( .. I l tin...... Mn.llinl. ' .. I i j ffciiuiiip. 0111u. ii.iitj .uvwiviiiv ..in .inn, ii.ir r. uiiim.ini. mi :153- 111 - . urday night. Gap Sand teach at Pigeon Roost. Rev. J. W. maker of Berea visited Miss Anna The rains the past week have Sand Gap, June 8 The recent Pennington filled his regular np- - Wallace last week. There will ho Royal Baking Powder is made from pure, crops rains have greatly revived the I,uns-fon- poinlmenl al Green Hill Saturday an ice rream supper at I he Wallaec-an- d helped the looks of gardens and corn Grape Cream of No alum, l, crops in this vicinity. of this section. Ilcv. James Sunday. Mr. Geo. Riley is still .Ion school house June 20th. We are lime or acid phosphates. appointment Mr. and Mrs. Joe Maupin of Kings filled his regular in very poor health. Mr. H. N. very thankful for the good rains, wo here Saturday and Sunday, and Deano our county attorney, is in havo been having. Tobacco setting ton and Mrs. Dan Maupin and quite a large congregation attended this vicinity on legal business. Miss has been the order of the day during daughter, Lizzie, spent Saturday nt his service. Decoration Day was Martha Hrewer of Dnnco is visiting lhi r.iinv wnniiinr Mlao Pnnrl Inl Far Springs. day night and Sunday. them ugrcc that he was n clmrmlnu'. Mr. James Benge Is visiting relasolemnly observed at the Durham in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. lie Mrs. Will Morris has Wvn very nit hough nut n great composer anil Miss Martha Pirkard spent hail one ipinllty of character, howburial ground at this place tlio 30th bert Teague of High Knob attended. Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. O. tives in Ohio. poorly for some time. acever, which Ih not the Invariable Mr. J. C. Gilbert and children till. Services were conducted by church at Green Hill Saturday. L. Gabbard. Miss Leevra Morris, GARRARD COUNTY companiment of geuluK. musical ami spent oer Friday with her sister, Itcv. Wm. Powell and new Issac who has been in Owsley county came Mrs. other he could appreciate genius In Paint Lick Wallace Gilbert of Speedwell. Hurley Trent. Besides the many beautiful homo Commencement. Miss Matlio An nneeriote taken from the others. Paiul Lick, June H. Miss Boulah Paris Figaro attests It songs rendered by the audience, Rev. Hurley, June It The drouth was Walnut Meadow appropratc broken here Monday with a good Klfld lma rnrm In Slnltnn Pimn fin i Ledford of Manse is visiting her Trent and wife sang an A critic was Indulging In extravaInont,ls.visil wilh ,lcr Krandfa(hcr Walnut Meadow, Juno 3. We aunt, Mrs. John Wynn, this week. ducL Prof. Marsh and Rev. a R. rain which was needed badly. Sun and grandmother Peters. Tho Missgant praise of Massenet to his face have had some good rains and crops Mr. William West is having his nnd wound up hi Mattery: Raymond of Berea, attended church day School was organized at Indian es Mary and Clara Bowlen went last are looking line here. "Wugner! What wan lu? MM talhouse enlarged by building several here Sunday and in the afternoon Creek Sunday. Mrs. Rachel Gab- - week for a weeks' visit wilh their I Mr. and Mrs. 11 B. Ogg entertained new rooms. Mr. Stowc of Berea Is ent Is moit cxaggerateri. They bard has been seriously ill tho past fine lectures. some gave r am, M j R quile a number of folks at their doing the work. Miss Elizabeth Van have to pick miri choo-- e among a lot many, vniK " Mr. nnd Mrs. .lake finnhnrn ... ... . mn, seemed to greatly interest In Wagner" wiiiiainsmirg, Ky. .Miss home Sunday. A Winkle of Harlan visited Miss Fan- of rubbish so?" commented Massenet and we hope will be heeded by all. and Mr. and: Mrs. Grover Gabbard,,esie.vnt of ,rvj c "Is that Quite a lot of people were out nie Dowden Sunday. Miss Kathlyn Millard of this place visited Leonard Gab- - Rvn W(w Miss Neoma Martin and , vij wj(I Mr- - an), M auto riding and driving here Sun- Dick of Berea is visiting al Mrs. J. Btiavcly. "I should tw quite happy Anderson both of Goochland, Ken- bard Sunday. Mr. Jake Isaacs of sons last week. Mr. and with what you leave." Mrs. Tom day. T. Thompson for a few weeks. tucky, passed through here Satur- Egypl made a business trip to Htir- - Eilen are tho proud parents of a lil- Mrs. Sallie Ash viilod her sisters, Mis Fannie Farris of Laurel county .i day cnroule to McKce to get mar- iluy r . u.oaj . . . m.-.- ms. Dirde. u.1 nl. Ie wu Kfrl, born Ma. 3s, w, Mrs. L. F. Rowlett and Mrs. W. A is spending a few days wtih rela-liveThe first "birds" were not much like ried. Mrs. Anderson is a former erts entertained quite a number of.c n,,vMr, J Thonip90n Dakcr Rowlelt last week. She returned to here. The ice cream, straw those of the present time. The pterBorca student and is doubtless re- friends and relatives at her home ,, ,,all(.hlor , of t Hamilton, 0 Sunday. berry and cake supper, given by the odactyl, supistsul to be the pioneer of membered by many friends, whoso nuiumy unci noon. iu unjuyeu iiil' week for a weeks' visit with his par great feather winged Mrs. Todd Moore was in Berea Indies of the M. E. acquaintance were formed while in evening. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Til-lochurch last Sat bin! life, was a great spears oil tho monster, with ents. Mr. and Mrs. James Baker. Saturday. unlay night was ipiile a success, hinges or the wings ami n mouth full school there. P. E. Johnson and attended church at Pilgrim's making almost twenty-llv- o dollars, of sharklike teeth. The pterodactyl wifo of Covington attended Decora- Rest Saturday and Sunday. The The money will be used for the ben- - dlil not sing, mill ciiulri we have seen tion at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Misses Myrtie and Dora Gabbard ellt of the church. Mr. Lee Ledford him wo would not huve felt like singJ. T. Durham and daughters, Martha visited Miss Beatrice Hurley Satur trawling salesman, is at home for ing ourselves. True Mrds, and especial and Pearl, attended church hero day. Mrs. Elizabeth McCollum and Sunday and took dinner with J. R. daughters Dona and Lizzia of Hoot-e- n, awhile. A Sunday School conven- ly the warblers, are vory late In geotion wn held last Saturday at the logic time. There was no bird melody Durham and family. Mrs. James visited Mrs. Louisa Gabbard 'JUNE lo the cartMinlfenxis Jungles. Tho A Christian Church al Falrvicw. Lunsford and children of Dreyfus, Sunday. Mr. James Hays was' singers. In nil probability, did nut Juno! There is joy in the very wordl large crowd attended and enjoyed a greatly antedate the human race. visited from Friday until Sunday, to teach the Indian Saturday It brings a vision of bee and bird, lmsket dinner on Ihe ground. with her son, Claud, and family of Creek school this year. There have New York American. A thought of grass and a dream of roses, this place. Sherman Durham went been several mad dogs killed in this And lazy kino in their pasture closes. to Berea on business today. Trapping a Coyote. Where Sentiment Stopi. vicinity. The coyote U mm of the hlleM nml llngnr" .Mary Johnson to her lsxk June! The eye of tho spirit sees McKee Nathanton The broad green glaives of the forest trees; hardest of nil (ur tt'iiriiig nhlmalx to has Mrs. Creeii. one of the eliunu'tcrx. All nature joins in a happy chant, Imp. He iloliglitH in tllKKlng up trupM, reply to the heroine's wish that sho Nalhantnn, June C The drouth McKce, June 0. Attorney A. W. Anil the pulse of the heart is jubilant. vpringliig tlieiu, rating the halt ami could make money by saying; "It ain't Baker has been in Frankfort this in Ibis vicinity has been broken by othrrwlM' distlirhliiK the t without so easy for women to make money. week on legal business. Mrs. James the recent rains. James McWhort-e- r June! Hark! I am hearing the throstle sing, getting ciiUKtit- - Ills xniM- - of mucII is There's more ways they can't than suffered the misfortune of having And. I sec the butterflies all F. Englo and daughter, Verna, were very acute. The host wny to tmp him they can. It's what they call 'sentiAnd tho subtle scent of the woodbine seems in Berea for Commencement. They his house burned Tuesday night. It in to liullil a ImiiiIIiv over the oet lifter ment' lights them Sentiment don't An odorous air from the land of dreams. were accompanied home by Stanley was supposed to have caught from Industrious, but It tlu trap have N'eii plnied. mind their Englc, who hijs been in school there the kitchen flue. All the household Throw into the emhent home tinciin draws the Hue nt their getting money Junol Juno! June! It is sweet lo say! rinds, chicken Imiiich or, ttviter yet. for It." And it seemsthat our sorrows flit farawav, the past year. Miss Jennie Whyland goods were saved except those of bone of siige lieu or crouce. The coyote And, lol we see in the skies above of Annvillc is a guest of Miss Park the kitchen. Mrs. James Evans is The rainbow promise of light and love. habitually searches iihout mmplinn CINCINNATI MARKETS for a few days. The- Embroidery seriously ill with cancer. Mr. and for Mruy lilt of meat nml U therefore. Selected. Club met with Mrs. Dora Hays Fri- Mrs. B. H. Holcomb spent Sunday Iosm wary. The lire obliterates the day evening. Lloyd Moore is visit with relatives on Sexton's Creek. E. Corn New corn is quoted as foltniren of the xet, eliminates the trnckx ing relatives in Lancaster and Lon B. Flanery of Maulden was a guest ami Hiuell of a human Mug. anil the lows. No. 2 wbiU- - 7H476c, No. S don for a few weeks. Monroe at A. B. Holcomb's of this plare odor of the humeri meat Milt attract white 750i!c. No i whlto 72ijP74c. him from a long (ilMam'e. He Is more No. 'i yellow "Ht"tc, No. .1 yellow 72 Bowles and Arch Reynolds were in Sunday. Mary Hubbard of near if 73c, No. 4 ellow 71 it 73c, No. 2 mixlikely to walk Into the trap Unix Berea for Commencement. Lewis McKee is visiting with her sister, ed 73?r'4c. No. 3 mixed 72G 73c, No. with the remnants of a camp-fir- e Mrs. Samuel Sandlin of this plane. Farmer is with his parents, Mr. and mixed 70Cl'72i, mixed ear 'iitlhc, The Widow Holland and family, who Mrs. W. T. Terrill was in Berea than any other iuiIi-kjou tune a white eur 73Ci7f'C, yellow ear 7577c Mrs. John Farmer, for the summer. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Niimiiiuileil with traM cnrvnsM lived on Steve Holcomb's place, have last wiek. Hay No. 1 timothy Iiy.764r20, Hugh Collier is at home from Slate moved to Ford. Disputanta W. A. Ogg and Mrs. Charlie Dura- - with a severe winter on ami no other stumlard timothy $lti, No. 2 timothy University. There will be a revival V. F. Wilcox $18, No. 3 timothy 1C50, No. 1 clover Disputanla, June C We had a fine son made a trip to Berea Saturday carenHM-- within mile. meeting at the University Church mixed J17.C0, No, 2 clever mixed In Farm nud- Flrexlile. MADISON COUNTY rain here yesterday. Harvey Ram-e- y 115.70, No. 1 clour 116, No. 2 clover this week. Kingston has a log rolling today. Most evSilver Creek lit. Meeting Mn. Spider. Oats No. 2 white 2V4t3c, Haulden erybody from around hero attended Kingston, June 8. 'Ilie drought In "Infect Illogniphlcti With Pen ard wblto 42(H2c, No. 3 whitestandSilver Creek, Juno 8. Rev. George 41& Maulden, Juno C Miss Effa Ham- tho Commencement. Miss Josio Al Childcrs tilled his regular appoint was broken here last Monday and nnd Camera" the author pictures the W42c, No. t white 4l)&Cft2c, No. 2 ilton entertained quite a number of len is on the sick list. Mrs. Susan ment at Silver Creek Saturday and there was also a soaking rain Tliurs plight of the unlucky II.v who hut mixed 41GH1&C No. 3 mixed 4U(i 40&C, No. 4 mixed 38(f3c. Mrs. Spider's parlor: young folks at her home last Friday Ogg is still very low. Mrs. Chas. Sunday. day night and Friday morning. Wheat No. 2 red 5if 96c, No. 3 red It U struggling to c"cae from the night. Several from this place at- Drew and children were visiting on Mrs. W. A. Johnson and daughter Fanners were hustling Friday unexpected net which In nome mys- 91fjr3c, No. 4 red hlCj'Jlc. tended singing at Tyner the past Brush Creek this week. Stanley! are visiting her brother in Missouri getting out Poultry Hens, old 13 He, do light their tobacco plants as terious manner has suililenly envelop Sunday. W. S. and J. B. Farmer Rayno is with homo folks this week. for a couple of weeks. Mrs. C. F. lliu weed was needing to he trans ed It when u creature of terrible as- 13 ',4c, roosters Jc, springers 1U to C. L. Thomas of Crooked Creek was Kelley, and his family, who have been visitl'i lb, 374f38c, springers, under 1& who has been sick for the planted more than a week ago. pect hastily ruhct! out upou It. ICIght Ih, 30(?32c; winter chickens, I'VJ llus ing at this place have returned lo in these parts Saturday and Sunday. liast week is slowly recovering. bead-likeyes glare wildly upon the and under, 2uft'2fc, ducks, while, 10c: O, Clark addressed the Prof. F. their homo at Lexington. II. D. Today and tomorrow arc our reg- Mary Jim Powell, aged 12 years, died terrified fly. A large, hairy ami brlntly turkeys, tome, 14c; hen turkeys, 9 lbs Fanner is on the sick list. Johnnie ular church days at Clear Creek.' at her homo Saturday morning at Farmers Union here last Thursday fluger-llkpalpus on each Mile of this and over, 14c niglil. Simpson, who has been sick for some Everybody is cordially invited. appalling face waves and nourishes Kkkb Prime firsts 19c, firsts 17c, threo o'clock and was buried in the Mrs. Joe Terrill and children, who with angry tnetiaie In the air, appar- ordinary firsts lie, seconds 14c. time, is able to be out again. A. G. Creek graveyard Saturday evSilver Cuttle Shippers, 7.258.25, extra OWSLEY COUNTY have been visiting wilh relatives at ently quivering with malignant glee. P'rost made a business trip to Lonening. J8.MifS.75; butcher steers, extra JS.3& The bereaved family have Biirgiu Sulphur Springs and Danville, the past two Then one of tlioso combed ami claw- UX.r.Q, good to choice 7.75l8.25, comdon on Monday of this week. our deepest sympathy. , ed feet H Mtretehed toward the Inip-Ic- mon to Sulphur June 0. We arc Tho Misses Ida and Elizabeth weeks, returned homo fair f5.75;'7.21; heifers, extra prisoner, ami the threads that Salor Isaacs having some very dry weather at Miss Helen Dix, of Richmond, vis- hold the fly are suddenly tightened up $8.3Sff8.r.O, good to cholcu 7.7Sff8.2G, and Emmie Sutlcn of Broadhcad and a common to fair t5.uOGP7.fjO; cows, Isaacs, Juno 8. We had a real present. Oats and young grass are Miss Feba Scars of Wallaceton spent ited at the home of Mrs. Joe Bales nit the monster pulls them together. $CC0ffG.7u, good to choice W(P good rain Monday and another Sat- looking very bad. John Bowman Then the hplnncrutx eject n shower of C.&0, common to fair 3.50f 5.75, can. urday which were very much need- moved from hero to Tallega last Saturday and Sunday with the Miss- last week. Mr. Price Eager and wifo visited silken strands over the fly, and It Ik ncrs J3.25fM.25. es Ira and Maggio Anderson. ed. Farmers are very busy work- week. Mr. Hulls llologna J5.75WC.7n, extra spun round and round on the threads J. C. Brandenburg mado Mr. and Mrs. Boss Mooro and son with tho formor'fi sister, Mrs. M. B. ing in their crops. Corn is looking a business trip to Beattyvillc Tues that hold It until at last It U securely JG.H0iCG.fi5, fat bulls JG.7607. Calve- s- Kxtra 110, fair to good $7.50 well. Tho ry weather has injured day. Rev. Bailey will preach at tho Jesso Leo spent Sunday with Mr. and Mannery, and attended Commence- enveloped, still alive, in silken bonds. (T9.7&, common nnd large J5.50O9.C0. oats and grass. Tho trustees of Ed- Reform Church Sunday. Mr. Ealy Mrs. Jimmio Bratcher. All of tho ment at Korea, last Wednesday. heavy $8.258.30, Thoy left Thursday for Louisvillo ArtUtic Temperament Cured. ucational Division No. 3 met at Moore was in Lexington last week farmers nre very busy in their corn good to choice packers and butchers where they will visit with a brother, It will bo news to muny of her myri J8.25H.30, mixed packers JS.1508.25, after that rain Friday. Orccn Hill School house- Saturday on business. Neil Gabbard passed E. T. Eager, before their return lo ads of admirers to bear that that noblo stags $4.506.15, extra JG.2506.35, Coyle artist Tltlcim "used to suffer from a common to choice beuvy fat sows $5.50 Beattyvillc. (f 7.40, extra $7.50, light shippers, $7.90 Tho Misses Leila and Ora I'lan- - bad temper, and In these outbursts ((18.10, pigs, 110 His nnd leas, $607.75. Coyle, Juno fi. Wo am having a smash anydesire great deal of rain now and tho crops ncry visited with Miss Verna Parks she felt o stronghandy." to How Tltlens Sheep Kxtra $4.86, good to choice thing that en mo $4.&0(i4.75, common to fair $3iQ4.40, Sunday. arc. growing well. was ultimately cured of the Imhlt Mr. heavy sheep $4ft4.2&. Rev. Rhodes assisted by Miss Oanz relates In his reminiscences: Tho fanners in this community are Spring Lambs Kxtra $9.50, good to busy setting tobacco. Very few are Hartley, both of Parkershurg, West Hue. wus sitting nt supper after a con choice $9(79.40, common to fair $6.75 Va., closed a nine days revival meet- cert lu a provincial town when the j8.75, yearlings $5fl7.25. done nt present. manager oniric, some remark which anMr. and Mrs. Joel Broughton of ing hero last Tuesday night. spent Saturday night and Richmond Mrs. Flora Harrison Ballard was noyed her. As usual, she took the first DREAK AMONG REBEL LEADERS. thing that came to hand, a soda water Sunday with tho lattor's parents, Mr. visiting in Kingston Saturday, bottle, and Hung It at him. The man Juarez, Mexico. Gen. I'nnctio Villa, Miss Fairy Scttlo of Big Hill has ager was sitting at tho table with his and Mrs. J. M. Powell of this place. after making all plans to loavo ChiMr. Robert Lake purchased a lino been visiting at tho homo of Mr, and back to tho window. Tho bottle miss huahua for Torreon, even to having a Mrs. Hollo Riddlo's. lol of cattlo tho other day. ed him. smashed through tho window special train made ready, still was in Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Lamb nro in Miss Graco Diznoy, formerly of und neatly killed a casual pusserby. Chihuahua City That a crisis hai tho merchandise business again al Berea, is visiting with tho Misses This, said Tltlens, gave her such a bcon reached In the relations of Villa shock that hIio was completely cured and Gen. Carranza is Indicated by the Rogersvlllo. Wo wish them much Verna and Elizabeth Flannory. fulllng."-I,- all Mall (lutetle. numerous conferences which Villa success. Tho Misses Grace Preston and Eva of her HENRY JJiNGFELLNER, Manager Is holding In Chihuahua with rebel Miss Lillian Powell is visiting her Gabbard attended Sunday School loaders known to bo frleudly to hlui. Clear Seolng Mateen,et. sister in Richmond this week. hero Sunday. Phone 7 or 187 Tinihop on Jackson Street, Berea, Ky. Critics havo not yet assigned tho Addod to tho political tangle In robel Mrs. Ida Tharp visited Mrs. Nell Rev. Brandenburg of Lawrcnco-bur- g, late M. Mausunet Ids peruiupent nlchu affaln also l the attitude ot a en. Adams last Thursday, will preach at tho hall Satur-- In tho temple of fame, but ,uioHt of Manuel Chao. Don't say" Flour to your merchants, say "I want Zaring's Patent Flour" then you are sure of the best biscuit. Mr. Earl Todd, who has been In school at llerea for some lime, is al home for a while. Mr, Millard Winkler purchased some calves from Mr. Dave Rice. Coyle is improving fast with the road engines working all tho roads and the post olllce will soon be back again. ROYAL BAKIHG POWDER Absotulety Purm has no arc substitutes as the East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else 1 rd 11 1 1- Tartar. El-Je- rs I ", ,, 1 1 n-- ,,, .T ry cm-ploy- ed M-- pni-erl- illn-uIh- - il I 41 e Sin-ings- y. ex-tr- Hogs--Sele- cted ROOFING ROOF REPAIRING PAINT ROOF PAINTING Berea School of Roofing I