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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): June 25, 1914 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1914 cit1914062501_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): June 25, 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'llESI DENT'S El? 13 EA COLLEGE I3EKEA KY OFF I C E MUUCA PUBU9MNG CO. IWU OWATWB1 WM. fi. rMCT, RUTH WAUL. OMEJhw Mtr. MM HOULAWOI.awlHwi K IDevotod. to til The Citizen Interests of tlie Children God bless the children! When we say that we mean also, "Thank God for the children," for they are a delight to us! The big thing about Berea's Chautauqua this week has been the play of the children led off by one who comes with the tent on purpose to help the children really play. Now there are ways in which people are cruel to children. You are cruel to children if you deny them a chance to learn to read and to sing and to do skillful work. You are cruel to children if you over pet them or over work them. You are cruel to children if you do not teach them all the good things you know. You are cruel to children if you teach school without learning how to do it right You are cruel to children if you hire a teacher who is a relative or a neighbor or a favorite of your's and not the best teacher you can possibly get 3fl!o-uintan- Knowledge it yewer wax to kttp ip wiU ta4 U kaowkdf it atwapapar. aittea 19 real a gaai . People Ono Dollar L XV. Flvo Cents a copy. BRRKA, MADISON COUNTY, KKNTUCKY, JUNE 25, JOU. a Tear. No. 52. A Justification of Capital Punishment The following extract la from a figures set forth, It moy bo well to Idler wliloh won the second prirt demonstrate by an Instonoo how .isfferrd by tlio American Magaxlite powerful a dclcrrant it really Is. succccd-iv'i8for best letters on capital punish. During tho eighteen years winning first a growing opposition to tho Tho letter HicnU prize, opposing capital punlshmcBt, dath penally reduced the number of legal executions In the United wan printed last week. o; I am on advocate of capital pun- States lo ono fourth Its former during tho same period the ishment, and I approve It on the same broad ground that leads many murder rate, responding strongly lo to condemn it th ground of hu- tho stimulus of our mlilakcn humanity. I admit Its cruelty, Its de- manity, leaped to three times Its fects as a merely punitlvo measure, former flgtiro! Tho convicted murderer Is often a its undue harshness when considered solely as n means of protecting broken, abject, remorseful, and altogether pitiable figure. Deliberately tho community from the furthor of him who has provon to put him to death months, perhaps himself o vicious, highly dangorous years, nfler the perpetration of tho man. I admit that It forbids with crime he so deeply repents, seems awful finality the criminal's re- inexcusably inhuman. Dul let those turn to Ihe Held of human useful- whom on honorable pity and chariness and his complete rehabilitation, ty and an almost divine spirit of forboth of which might, if ho lived, bo giveness move to deal mercifully lnssible. Hilt I contend that tho with him, pause anil consider the force of rnpilal punishment lies appalling consequences of that merlargely in these apparent weakness- cy. It is an act of encouragement lo others to commit his awful crime, to es, and its strength in its and that to urge theso breed murderers, and turn them defects; against it is to mistake entirely tho loose upon the unsufpecllng; it is Individual whom capital punishment wantonly to sacrifice innocent lives in most designed to nlfcrl as well as to ferocity and hrulishucss; it is to spare the guilty at the cost of the those for whoso benellt it is and to overlook entirely tho innocent; it is to inflict tho death penalty in a more awful form and greatest end it serves. Capital punishment llnds abund- with au inlenser agony upon those ant jiisttlleatlon in that it redures who deserve our protection I murder to its minimum. In this is o The grim tragedy of the law, sickconclusive answer to every objec- ening and dreadful as it is, must ho played out to the final curtain for tion that ran be urged against it. For the benellt of those who d- -i community has no other alternative rime to give to capital punisbmmll than lo become either the murderthe credit of administering to mur- I er's executioner or his accomplice. J. M. n. der the decisive check which these 62 flg-ured The Expressman as Middleman Any one who would havo suggested a few years ago "lhat an express company might solvo tho high dost of living problem" would have been buried "under an avalanche of ridicule," but, remarks tho New York Tribune, that is just what the Adams Express Company, "pushed by tho parcel post," is trying lo do by establishing its new ct Bureau. Order and This, declares another daily, is "tho first practical solution of tho problem of the expensive middleman," and another is certain that if tho plan is supported by the farmers, the market gardeners, and the city consumer it will "meet with in stant and great success." This ex press company, in an announcement sent out from Philadcplhia, states its purpose of trying to pro mote more intimate relations be tween producer and consumer. It plans, according to a New York Times dispatch, to "Decome a clearing-hous- e for ex cess production, disposing of fruits, berries, butter, eggs, poultry, fish, meats, and other food articles at a Food-Produ- Rev. Wm. D. Smith in Rockcastle Rev. Wm. D. Smith of Nebraska, a native of Owsley County, and graduate of Berea's Normal Department, is representing The Citi7.en in Rockcastle County, and he finds that the paper is widely appreciated there. minimum of expenso lo seller and buyer. The company is responsible to both, delivering tho commodities to the buyer's door and tho money to the seller, without any intervening agency. Tho rate on the class of merchandise for which tho bureau is designed is 25 per cent, below the commercial rate fixed by the rnlcrstalc Commerce Commission and is no higher than parcel post charges. To tho cost of carrying must be added tho money-ord- er charge, ranging from 3 cents for $2.60 to 15 cents for $10. The feature of the new system will bo tho prompt delivery service, and pcrlshnblo goods, tho New York Commercial hears, "will bo in the hands of the consumer on tho samo day (hat they havo been shipped from points two hundred miles distant." And the Times understands that the Adams Company will not limit ils new effort to foodstuffs alone, but "will buy and transport for customers an endless variety of things, including even plowshares and gasoline engines. The Literary Digesl. UNITED STATES NEWS IN ! OUR OWN STATE Rev. Wm. D. Smith Health Sunday Brother Johnson in Estill Rev. S. C. Johnson will represent the Citizen in Estill this summer. Brother Johnson is a man of warm heart, and a good preacher. He will find many old friends and make many new ones in Estill County. MONEY'S WORTH I prominent citizen of Madison county was asked whether he took Tho Citizen. "Huro I do paid up three yeors in advance." "How's that Wiy do you pay so for ahead?" "Wii, I've four boys and they narli had to have a Citizen knife." A WORLD NEWS WHY THOSE SCISSORS! , "Why did you select scissors instead of tho knife for a premium?" "Need 'em to clip out the good things in The Citizen for my srrap- lM)Ok." You must not forget that The Citizen is tho best friend you have. It is unlike your good neighbor T. who might gossip on you while you are attending lo business. iili. ulis i..jii.n.j - If you must knock anything or your enemy, friend. lutat tml In vfinp ...... .Helen nn rtii... . ; . . , la ... .,,. nni i.uiit:u io jum Confuted th Witnett. Counsel (to oiiitloiw vltiunnl Why your ui slow trr you inmlnnij In giving iifmltl un of Are you sworn, telling mi untruth? Wltiiexs (prompt ly) Oh. no, sir! CONTENTS THIS WEEK Editorials. A Justification of Capital Punishment. Tho Kxpressman as Middleman. Civic Improvement (continued) PAQE 1. PAQE 2. Humorous. Temperance Notes. Sunday School Lesson. Where Flies Thrive. PAGE Agriculture 3. Mountain Pear might. Peanuts. Public Schools and Good Roads. Poultry llouso. Local and College News. 1.) PAQE 4. PACE 8. Chautauqua News. News (continued from page Tho Had Taste of Today. PAQE 6. Moid of tho Forest, (con-- J eluded) Fruit Growers Should (live Their Attention lo Green Applo Aphis. PAQE 7. The Household. The ideal Woman. Indian Animal Story. Daddy's Dcdtimo Story. PAQE 8. Eastern Kentucky News. Ileitis from Madison County, Poem Get in and Hide. Cincinnati Markets. may not become weak and deformed. joicing in the recent five cent jump The American Medical Association of the price of oil. This restores America Has ringer in Balkan Pie meets this week at Atlantic City and the price which held last year, 70 (Continued The American government has the great doctors, and experts of the cents a barrel. been brought into direct connection Another thing lhat Herea has high tide. About a dozen youngs- country are gathered together to! Tobacco Pooling Law Invalid with the Italkau disputes by tho long been in need of is a public ters were out playing up and down discuss ways and means of keeping Tho Supreme Court of the United proposed sale of two of our discard-- ) playground for the children. All the ditch, wading, spattering ono the American people well. holds the Kentucky tobacco , Stales ed battleships, the Mississippi and over the United States the people anotlier, dipping their hands into Trans-Atlant- ic Airship Launched ' pooling law to be invalid. This acthe Idaho to Greece. Secretary of in cities and towns are planning to the water. 'One little fellow atHodman Wanamaker's big airship,' tion on the part of tho court was tho Navy, Daniels, has negotiated a1 provide suitable recreation for the tempted to cross but slipt and fell which ho hopes to cross the Atlan-- j expected following the recent decisdeal with the Greek government to children. This is not a fad or a into the lllthy water. As I walked tie, was launched Monday at Ham- -. ion given in tho International Harsell tbese ships for $12,000,000 with' passing thought but is a movement back I noticed more closely lo see monsport, New York. Glenn II. Corvester Company's case. Tho court which he wishes to build a modern that comes from absolute necessity. where the water came from and liss and Lieut. John C. Porter, of the declares that it is beyond the powdreadnought. Hut the Turkish gov- -' Such a tiling is just as much a counted several sewer pipes empty- Hrilish Navy, and George E. Hallelt, er of human understanding to deeminent violently opposes the sale, necessity here as it is in most other ing their charge into this play place who are to pilot the ship on her termine wjiat is the "real value" of as it contends such an increase in towns if the people only realized it. of the children. flight, were present. Miss Katherine an article under imaginery condithe Greek navy would seriously af- -' There are some bad boys in Herea. Along this street are a number of Mason christened her "The Ameri- tions. As (his is what was requirfeet the balance of power in tho The ofllcers tell me that a few aro vacant lots, some grown up with ca." ed by the Kentucky laws, tho SuMediterranean. Hut President Wil- -' under constant surveillance, but we .Nfcc grass and briars, doing nobody In deference to Lieut. Porter, it preme Court declared both our son is led lo believe that the sale of need to consult no olllcers to learn any good. The nriars, the sage glass was desired that the ship should trust laws and our tobacco pooling these ships would probably promote of their presence. Every town, I and (he forbidding fences drive the bear a Hrilish as well as American laws to bo unconstitutional. Our peace, and as the Democratic lead- - suppose, has its bad boy problem. children to play on the streets and (lags. No flag being handy, howev- laws wero indeed foolish and crimers are in favor of it, it is probable Some take care of it, somo do not. in the sewage ditch. I havo fre- er, a Drilisb postage stamp was inal, for they attempted to mako that they will be sold. Greece has In most cases it is left with tho quently seen these children playing stuck on the bow as the big flying distinctions between ordinary trusts the money ready to pay. town marshal and the police judge thus. One of these days when somo boat slid info tho water. and the tobacco pool, which is just The Albanian difficulties increase who step in where fathers and one of these little ones becomes ill as much nn organization in restraint Railroads Win $700,000,000 Suit daily and the new king, William of mothers become helpless. Many with enteritis and dies, the funeral The Supreme Court handed down of trade as any trust. Wied, is lighting for his throne at towns resort to the playground procession will no doubt see other Are You a "Sucker?" a decision Monday which confirms the very gates of his capital city. idea, to the organization of boy's chidren playing in the sewage ditch Recent discoveries in New York government has ordered clubs and oilier things that bring in danger of the same deadly dis- tho titles of certain western railThe Italian revealed the existence of a company battleships to Duzzaro and all of the, boys together and give them an op- ease that suuITed out the littlo life roads to oil lands valued at It was held by thoso who which deals in tho names and adforeign legations are under guard.' portunity to spend their surplus of their playmate. Somebody bebrought lands, dresses of people who might be led There is no plan of settlement in energy in wholesome etTorts that sides the Lord must take thought coining the suit that thesomineral to "bile" on somo shark's scheme. under the class of view. for of these little ones. bring profit and enjoyment. lauds, should have reverted to the Tho right to use these names is' sold I should like to see a movement Wilson Sends Birthday Greetings There are enough vacant lots government when they were found at so much per thousand, and thus started hero in Derea that would Monday was the birthday of King, about the town lo furnish all tho mean tho destruction of tho old to contain oil. Dut the court held wo can 'understand why wo someplayground needed for the children. that any attack upon tho title to times get circulars and advertising George V, of England and President, Tho Sometime even Herea will probably fences that really fenco in nothing these lands must bo brought by tho material from distant cities. Wilson, in ofllcial recognition of the open its eyes and begin to uso more and fence out nothing but part of government itself rather than by an names aro gotten in various ways event, sent the following message: the respectability of the yard. A "I beg your Majesty to accept my of its unutilized resources. Somo of good fence is sometimes necessary, individual and that the government and aro sold according to tho repu these lots are used as cow pastures; right to mako any claim expired in tation which each gets for its gulhearty felicitations on this birthday but a ragged fence is in almost Thus properly worth soven libility. anniversary, and my best wishes for( that is not objectionable, for the every respect worse than no fenco i I'.HII. Primary Ballot Made Up cows have to be taken caro of. Hut times more than all the gold coin in your continued happiness and well at all. Secretary of Stale, C. F. Crccelius the United States was given to tho being, and at the same time I wish it is rather interesting to see so I should like lo see a movement railroads without hope of recovery announced the following to bo ac to convey lo you the expression of, many cows enjoying a good place to started that would pull down a lot of by the people. credited candidates who shall go be brouse in while just outsido the good will which this government, the dilapidated old stables and hen fore the August primaries: Excursion Boat Sinks and people bear to your great coun children whose very nature demands houses and ono or two old residences a playground must content themSENATORIAL PRIMARY The largest excursion boat on tho try." selves with playing in the muddy that add their undignified presenco Mississippi River, tho Majestic, The lineup in tho senatorial priAirship War Practice Too Real On March lib I lo the slumbs of Derea. I under-- ( owned by the Wishard line, or dusty street. struck mary follows for long term: mil- was walking along Donne St., with stand that some people do not have au obstruction in tho river, SaturDemocrats J. C. W. Deckham, of While engaging in Austrian itary maneuvers, nine men were notebook in band and counted 13 the means to keep things about tho day and sunk in ten minutes. Sho Frankfort; Gov. J. D. McCreary, of plare as neat as they might bo, but killed in an accident which occurred small children playing together out had just unloaded 000 passengers at Richmond; Congressman A. O. Stan-lo- y 1 to an aeroplane and a big dirigible in the street. They had mado a even poverty can bo more respect- Alton, III., and was returning to St. of Henderson. able than poverty sometimes is. Republican R. P. Ernst of Covingbaloon. They had been soul up with child's play house, had swept away Louis. Three men are missing and I should like to set) a movement ton; Latt F. McLaughlin, of Madlson-vill- e; instructions to carry out as far as the loose dirt and filth and had put started that would spread, abroad it is believed that they wero drown possible actual war conditions. The their toys and chairs and other A. E. Wilson, of Louisville. ed. Progressives George W, Jolly of aeroplane wheeled and circled about tilings in order. If a team should in our town the gospel and saving Lion Tamer Meets Death grace the clumsy baloon and llnnlly rose pass (he driver would of courso re- overy of paint and whitewash until While cleaning out the cage of Owensboro; nurton Vance, of Louis above it so as lo get within striking spect tho holy spot and turn aside. every street would take on new life, five lions In Chicago, Emerson Die- ville. barn and stable and pig pen Tor Short Term distance for bomb dropping. Hut Theso littlo fellows were apparently would change its mode of living and trich, a lion tamer, was killed and Democrats Senator J. N. Camden, eddies of air caused by the propell- in tho best of spirits, playing at assume a respectable appearance. his body torn beyond recognition. of visiting, crawling Woodford county; David II. Smith er of the baloon sucked the arco-pla- house-keeplu- g, things have been dono in com There were four cubs and an old down and it plunged into tho and tumbling in dirt and fllth, tak Such lioness in tho cage. Dietrich's pet, of Hodgonvillo; Dennett II. Young of tiulwtft in i iu! tit !! iirv (I UIOI iMiliu lllir It ing their chances against disease in munities that do not boast of hair Teddy, leapt to meet him with such Louisville. Ultlinfii, flltJl t lift II niul VMllOtMf) n! explosion, Republicans William Marshal terrific followed by order to have a littlo enjoyment. the wealth and culture that Derea force that he was knocked clear possesses. flames. The wreckage then began Anns and legs partly bare were in across tho cago with tho young lion Dullitt of Louisville; Henry D. I should liko to see a movement of Prcstonsburg. to drop and not ono of the operators evidence and tho day was so cold astraddlo of his body. At this a secthat the young man with mo and I started that would do away with ond cub struck at Dietrich, this Tho congressional primary ballots escaped alive. could keep comfortable only by overy old surfaco privy and replaco time drawing blood. Tho smell of will contain tho names of tho folSo ghastly is modern warfare! walking. In this samo community them with good sanitary toilets. blood set the youngsters wild and lowing: Mediation at a Standstill aro several vacant lots where good Tho boalth as well as llio good ap- although tho old lioness fought for First District pearance of tho town deponds upon Democrats Congressman, A. W, The conference at Niagara Falls play places could easily bo. provided him, the young man was killed and still slicks when it comes lo choos- if someone would take tho matter tliis! body half devoured boforo tho Darklcy, Paducah; Senator R. II. It will take a littlo planning, a lit- tho No man up and pull tho right wiro. ing Iluerta's successor. lions wero driven back by a keeper. Scott, Paducah; J. W. Williams, CalA few days after that I walked tlo consulting, a littlo extra work ' loway county; Robert Swann, Muragreeable to all sides is yet In sight. Miners Run Amuck and prayer fpr a few committees; but It is rumored thai delegates from down Adams St or Depot St. when When an attempt was made at ray. (Continued an Pare Mte.) (Continued on rate Eltnt.) (Continued on pare Five) tho sewage ditch was running at (Continued on xgu Krt) Civic Improvement Prof. John F. Smith t he city of Philadelphia set a good A flue oil well has been struck example to the rest of the world on the Williams and Maplo 4,000 Sunday, when the pulpits of the acre tract near Irvine in Estill City Churches were turned over to' county. Oil experts estimate that the doctors and many interesting the well is good to produce from ton and stirring addresses were made.1 to fifteen barrels a day. The The doctors demanded that the "strike" has caused quite a stir in churches take an active part in tho Estill county and leases arc being io serine guuriiiiieiu reg taken on all sides of the well. ulation of factories so that tho race Oil men in Kentucky ape also re- Oil in Estill $700,-000,0- I I . ue Fitz-patri- ck Pnfto Two, T1IB CITIZEN Juno 25, 1014. The Citizen family newspaper for all that It right, trua and Interesting. rnblltheri evtry Plies Thrive In Garbage Piles T!mtily l Petea, Ky. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Ineorporntcl) WM. O. FROST. EdilorJrvCWef RUTH McFALL, Office Editor DEN HOLLANDER, CirtnUHon Mr. (Conducted by tho National Woman's Christian Temperance Union.) suNMrsaiooi Lesson (Tly B, O. flKI.I.KRfl. Dlreelnr of Kvenlne Department, Tim Moody lllblu Institute,. Cliirnno.) Subscription Ratos PAVAIII.H IN AllVANClt One Year Kli Month Three Month .... ... . . $'"a 34 or ItJptrM Monty Send motif)- - by Order. Draft, Keglteml Letter oroncsml two crnt tlnmpq. The ilate after otir name on Inhel tiows to what ils If )imr ,ulcllptlon in paid. If It in not fter renewal chnneul within three week notify tix. Miming mimher will te cladly snppllrd If we tr notified. I,llieral tetm rrUen to nny who ohtain new ncxrtptlon for in. Anyone wndiiie n four yeurl nutivrf pttom can ree tle The Citlfen free lor himself for one year . Advertising Mien on application, Ml MUKH OF nunoftous Erasure Feared. ma," stammered', Hobby, through the suds, ns his moth' er scrubbed nnd scrubbed him, "I guess you want to get rid o' me, don't I you?" "Why, no, Bobby, dear," replied his mother. "Whatever put such an Idea , Into your mind?" "Oh, nutliln'," said nobby, "only It Booms to mo you'ro trying to rub me ( i out." Onward. Envy. "I hear that tho Aliens nro separated," said Mrs. Arnold to her husband. "Vesi," replied Mr. Arnold, "and I'lioto ! KKNTUCKY I'RKSS ASSOCIATION No No Whiskey Advertisements! Immodest News Itemsl American Press Asou.ttwi, CYNICISMS Faint heart's great fun for fair lady. About tho only calling somo pcoplo do Is to call bluffs. The follow who Is riding his hobby expects all tho world to get out of his way. Some people seem to think they can't bo bright without casting reflec- a; nftor the separation hoi Bont-helegal document giving her control of their child." "Oh, Jntncs," paid tho wifo, with n sigh, "I wish wo could get n document that would givo uh control of our childrenl" Llpplncott'a. Another View. "Muh po', b'reaved brudder," consolingly said good old Parson nugster, widower, addressing tho newly-mad"It Is a solemn thing when a man loses do vlfo o' his buzzom." "Ycssah," replied skimpy Hrother Meeks. "Dut sometimes It's a heap sight solemner when ho don't" Judge. o Paste This Up Where the Hens Can See It and The following table tins been prepared by the committee on pollution of New York city: Klltw. tions. If a woman dies of a broken heart sho generally does It before she Is sixteen. Even tho funniest play won't keep somo fellows from going out between the acts for a smile. between pride and Tanlty depends upon whether we have It or It Is possessed by some one else. June 1 One tly In.vj tiles lay June 10-tMl,- -, lay June tiles Iny Juno Hies Iny July illos lay July July 30 KiKaWKl.OOO tiles lay TO OO Ksk. -0 7,200 4.12,000 2...IM.O.iO ") THE DRINKER WHO LIVES LONO. 1 very often hear people Bay, "Doctor, how do you account for some people drinking up to eighty years old and never bolng sick?" That Is ono of tho grcatost objections that peopln wfll moko to an apostle of They say, "It is nil right to stop people from drinking, but what about Mr. So and So, who Is eighty vnara old nrwt tma limin tuliltii. n tlttlrt bottle of brandy slnco twenty yeare old every day." it Is ensy to answer I 1 very to this If you nro a doctor explain It In this way. I say; I often "Now, wo havo two friends who havo each an automobile. Wo will say, If f'uu have no objection, it la n $7,000-' autoinobllo. And they havo two onemien, who both start with an ax on their shoulders nnd who say, 'Now, wo I nro going to attend to tho Oliver's and Mr Spence's automobiles.' Onn goes to Oliver's nutotno-bio and hu ! going to mako that feel sick. He strikes that wheel nnd be strikes n thousand times r on that wheel, nnd when wants to usn tho automobile it won't go at ail. What Is tlio matter? One wheel altogether broken. The remainder of tho nutomobllH is in per-- I feetly rimhI order but cannot gobeonuse ono whtel is completely wrecked. Mr. Bponio's automobile Is a little luckier. Of court o ho Is always u vory lucky man. The man Just knocks tho var- nlsh off and eul.i one of the smits and knocks off the top, punchee both sides i but ho left tho motor anil the motor went. That U tho man who lives to eighty year Krom nildrws by Dr. J. Kdmtim! Dill if, Hmlnent Scientist of Quebec and Profesnor In University. e b nuto-mobltOil-vo- LESSON FOR JUNE REVIEW. 11KADINO 5:10. ClOt.tM-T- 28 I.KtWON ONI.T-Il- eb. 4. pur-pos- THXT "The Bon of man Is come to seek n ml to save that which waa lost." l.uke 19.10. The golden text Is n groat summary t! of tho meaning and tho cnsnntlal of nil of our Uird's nctlvltles, Knch lesson Is an Illustration of this simple promise. In Ilium wo discover chlelly our Uird In IiIh work of preparing bin dlrictples to sbaro with him In this work. Lesson I. Tho observation of man's nttempt to get the best seats wit li tho consequent abasement, calls forth tho partible ot tho great supper. Thcrolcfta wo nro shown ltmii's enmity against God as revealed by his contemptuous treatment of God's overturns of grace. The rebuku and tho parable repeal God's willingness nnd man's refusal. In all this our Ixird was seeking thoso mon. The Perfect Lesson II. This Is son and Is aside from It we are shown that Son. tho Raster our sorlos. les- In Jesus Christ Is himself the chief subject ot prophecy. Lesson III. Tim one central truth here taught Is that to be Ills disciple we must give up all and mako him supreme. In our affections, alms. Ideals, )n, make him tho solo of tlmo, talent and pohscs pos-seee- or 10.312.01 ono .Vi!S,720.000,rjOO a.V.,!"'jn.,.MO.00O.lK)O AFTER THE DINNER. Aug. Aug. Aug. Sept. Sept. Sept. -- 2.7lliO,(KM"0O as flies lay tiles lay 2li.lfh.T.e.uXl.000.t0 l.,JO!t,3'J.,..VJMl)0.0O0.0tR) tiles lay 7,J..V!l,lll,,Jt.0io,o(X),000 Mes lay tiles lay...4.:Ckl,rf;i,07,J,tn0,lKH).OciO,000 ;uv..v;i,tr7,j.nw).(H).(iix).(mo tiles. NO DRINK, MORC GROCERIES. A temperance city means n marked Increaso In tho grocery trade, says tho The difference Nashville (Tenn.) Ilnnnur. Such is the coneensus of opinion among the larger stores, and to n majority of tho small establishments In tbo residential districts tho change has meant much moru prosperity than tho open saloon allowed them. Credit accounts, long overdue, paid up. muro cash payments and a larger trado In tho staples Is the record slnco tho paiwlng of tho saloon. When questioned, only thoso who had maintained saloon annexes In connection with their grocery stores bemoaned the passing ot the Baloon, and oven thoy admitted that the change had meant more grocery business. The remainder wero emphatic In their declarations that tho closing of tho drink shops had meant o much to them that they would fight their return with all vigor. TO TAKE PLEBISCITE. Mr. Rcolt, premier of Saskatchewan, has announced that a plebiscite will be taken In Saskatchewan to determine whether tho open and retail sale ot liquor shall be abolished. No liquor Is to be carried under the parcel post system. It Is also understood that a measure to reduce liquor licenses, which the government will Introduce shortly In the Quebec legislature, will effect a radlcul reduction In Montreal and Quebec, and will divide tho proven Into two sones, each under a gen-e- l license commission. 8ERMON8 OF BR'ER WILLIAMS. It's good ter sing a song on de highway of life, but some folks ain't got good voices. You think heaven Is fur an' fur away when all de time It's right whar you' Borne people will even dodgo pleas- ure In their eagerness to run and meet trouble Knowledge Is power, but at the same tlmo many a girl Is single because sho knows too much. AWAY FROM HOME 24 YEARS FAT MAN GETS STUCK IN NARROW DOORWAY Michigan Storekeeper, Harassed by Debts, Went to Klondike and Dug Up a Fortune. Greenville, Mich. Twenty-four Superstition Is what prompts some people to believe a horse shoe over the door has more value than a lock and key. DYSPEPTIC PHILOSOPHY Printer's Customer Become Wedged in Door When He Attempts to Enter Shop. New York. Is John W. Cunningham, a slim young man, and although his shop at 162 Fulton street It's when the doctor's bills come In la only 39 Inches wide and 132 Inches He's all right, but h The Hostess long, he refers to It aa "commodious." that we wonder If life Is worth living. lacks aplomb. door he terms "spacious." The Host Not on your life. I Ills Intellectual growth shouldn't neces- thought he'd never stop eating those John Vlahefakl, who Uvea at Avenue sarily cause a man's head to outgrow C and Twenty-seconatreet, nayonne, plums. bis hat He Is a N. J., weighs 200 pounds. larger edition of Jim Jeffries. When Limited Greatness. Vlshefskl stepped out of the Hudson It doesn't takb much to please a Napoleon wan a mighty man. lot of people who are pleased with And yet, we must admit He never did ask any fan themselves. Slam out a three-bas- e bit get The fellow who always wants to Appearances. something for nothing can always get "So you are a Chicago policewomIn a free fight an?" "Yes." The average woman not only wants "Plain clothes?" word, but about 90 per cent the last "Well, they may be plainer than I of the preceding conversation aa well. am UBcd to, but they are very becoming." A girl can have so many reasons for loving a young man that it doesn't Nail 8et. matter whether any of them are logBacon I see In a new hammer THIS PRINCESS EXCITES IRE ical or not handle Is a secret recess for carrying a nail set. Yankee Dirt's Grandmother Orders No matter how long a woman baa get one for my wife, Egbert Bon's Wife to Return to Her been married to a man, she keepa then shellI'llalways have her hamOwn Chateau. olght, on expecting that be will. even-tsall-y mer and her manicure set conveniently reform. Warsaw. Polish society la gossipnear. ing about an Incident alleged to have happened between Princess JUdilwlll, HINTS TO DOG LOVERS In the Honeymoon. see Dorothy Deacon, and her hus"It's your wife," said the office boy. grandmother, Count band "Take the message," said the busy Merer strike a dog with a certain whom, she. visited alone at the man Impatiently. pole. To might break. It Castle Ulaljcierkleff. "You'd better come, sir, I think" 'While doing a Jigsaw puasle one M a dog kite yon on the lag. bet stammered the embarrassed boy "She evening Dorothy began to whistle. that log In the air and klek him with wants to give you a kiss over the Inquired aloud who waa The count phone." Louisville Courier-Journathe other. whistling in her presence, and as Dorothy soon after began it again It Moral Advantage. The beat way to be ssre your 4og They Pulled at Mr. Vlahefakl. sent her a message that the count ! om the watch while yon sleep la to "Aviation Is unusually conducive to tub the other day be discovered he If she wlab4 to whletle she.shosld do whistle to him rrery lv rataita the control of one's temper." bad. no calling card. Noticing Ouv so la her own room. "How sot" the sight The nn afternoon the party again "It would never do when several nlngham'a agn be stopped, "Cem la," uavlted the slender aat down to the petal ee, and Mas on hundred feet up In the air for one to daring Dorothy to whistle, she did printer, get put out, would It?" later had a mes"Sure; I need, om cards," replied ao, end the prla sage eesiveyed to her that she would HPW TO KILL FLIE8 BY Vlshefskl, asd be started to enter, Blow. "But there be stuck." explalnea better return to her busbaavd's chaTHOUSANDS. Church I once saw, a procession Cunningham to a reporter later. teau, where evidently they didn't obwhich took eight boura to pass a give "When he took a deep breath the ject to whistling in public, point GOOD fly poison can ba Princes Dorothy'e unconventional wall creaked. The glaaa In my door Gotham "Where was It?" made by using on pint af creaked. X crowd gathered. Some behavior exette aasaeaiaasit here, a Philadelphia." "In milk, ona pint of water, men grabbed, him by the coat talla and Covntea Branclha's dictatorial meth"Ob, of course! " one tableepoonful of formaldeare well known. .began pujllng bttn out I didn't waat hyde and on Ublaspoonful of to lose a customer, so I did my bast eugar. Place In shallow vee- Wear on the Tongue. Those Neighbor. to haul him In. We couldn't budge sale small square places of Churchr-- lt U said that many ot the Bacon This paper saya there are him either way. bread thoroughly saturated with Bandwjcb Island women have their now more than 3,000,000 farmer In the "Finally Mr. Vlshefskl said that if I a thle mixture, Ba careful to Weep husbands' names tattooed on their United State using the telephone. It out of the reach of children would help posh him out on the side- tongue. ' Egbert But it dpean't say who ' and animals. Put vassal or walk be would, give me my order from J two of Gotham If they talk like some telephones they are using. this mixture on tho back .there, 8o,I began to push. The oth- women I know, it would speedily be porch to destroy the flisa before en palled, and Mr. Vlshefskl strained, (vera of, 1 guaas. they gat into the house. No ure. Enough. and anally ha waa released. other food should ba neari then Church I see resident of, crta(o "Mr. Vlshefskl stood oyt, on the Mia flies will take the poison, sections' of Bt, Louis, Hp., are trying street aad gave me a liberal order for Most ot thr talk akost paasOBal libwWth will kill them quickly anal to force Improved' streetcar service. bard. I hi offer U pay for erty, Mwa4ays, I, dene by Mb waa by ike thousands. tee matter? the, broken. glaaa in the door. It I save like to.aee fcew.tu theyMa so befer Gothasa What's ag I oados, Havaa't they got eawugb straps! " tjsay ,g.aiof-qelaprinter. h hot-bous- e Bra-bJcl. years ago G. W. Vanderllp arose from and lunch, kissed his wife good-bwent back to his little music store with his helpmate's Invocation to bring a pound of tea. A couple of weeks ago Vanderllp came home for the first time In a quarter of a century, but be had forgot to bring the tea. Vanderllp explains his long absence by saying that he was so overwhelmed by debts, he didn't go to his store that day, but Instead he boarded a train and went west He reached 8eattle, and from there he went Into the Klondike region. Eight years ago found him with a comfortable sum, so he started for home, but on the way he fell 111 with fever and waa sick for many months. When he recovered, his gold waa gone and he returned to the Klondike to accumulate another fortune. He succeeded after years ot toll. No word bad passed during all the years between the husband and the wife, who had remained faithful, and they are now spending their second honeymoon In their little borne here. heart beats. You can't be happy on a little when yon Is, all da time wondering ef more ain't comln'. Be thankful fer what you receive, an' do yo' level beat ter keep outer de hands er a receiver. Atlanta Constitution. slons. Lessons IV and V. It In Impossible to Kcparato thesn tlireo parables. They are a wbolo In that each tells of something lost, sought and found. Tho Son, tho Holy Spirit and tho Father nro each seeking. Our Uird was himself tho perfect Son of tho Kathor: who never got Into tho far country, or out of adjustment with hl father. Ho Is different also from the churlish brother In that ho rejoices to "bring back Ills own." Theim two lessons particularly Illustrate his work of saving. Lesson VI. Beginning with this lesson, our Lord seems to bo sifting tho multitude, and at tho same tlmo be preparing his disciples against their work of cooperating with him in his work of seeking and saving. Tho truu motive in service Is In tbo uso of nil we possess for him whom wo love. Lesson VII. As tho lust lesson had to do with stewardship, this has to do with service. This present Ufa Is but the vestibulo of the eternal ono. It we so live this life aa to develop it and to rulo Its desires, we shall, find abundant gratification In this world beyond towards which wo aio traveling so rapidly. Lesson VIII. Jesus Is still Instructing his disciples. Offenses must, or rather, will como, but forgiveness Is the divine attribute, not because he Is Indebted to us nor that ho Is mawkishly, sentimentally, sympathetic Nothing we do ever places him under any obligations to us. When wo havo done all we will exclaim: "Wo havo done that which was our duty to do." This docs nut set asido tho Joy which Is ours and his when ono ot tho lost Is "found." Lesson IX. Not only did Jesus sift the multitude and reveal tho need of helpers, at the samo tlmo setting before them the terms of disclplcshlp, but he also emphasltcs the thought ot gratitude on the part of those helped and of those his servants who are Judged worthy to help him. Lesson X. The kingdom which o Lord came to sot up upon earth Is begin within us and It Is not to consist of eating and drinking but of kingdom which our Lord came to set up upon earth Is to begin within ua, and it la not to consist of eating and at righteousness and truth. The visible SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. truth. can tell almost the moment I step Lesson XI. The picture of Zacchae-u- s front train or trolley car Into a new Is that ot a man 'restored to his town whether It Is license or right relationship with God; the outIf It Is license the buildings ward evidence being bis acta ot reneed painting, the fences and pentance and restoration. This lesson need repairing, there Is a gen- perfectly reveals the essential work eral air of uathritt about the place. of Christ, and that to which be Is town the exact calling bis disciples. But If It I a Zacchaeus did' reverse la true." A Commarelal Trav- - no( k Christ, but Christ came to drinking, but of righteousness and 1 Ida-wal- A The supreme court of Massachusetts baa recently held that' an employer, poaaeaslng foreknowledge that an employe Is addicted to the use of In Is liable tor the acts of such employe whether be be sober or drunk, the decision makes for temperance Inasmuch as the tippler will 84 It mere and more dlflcult to secure and retain employment. KILLS INSURANCE POLICY. John 8. Ilauber has Just lost DRINKER IB RESPONSIBLE, toil-cant- s, a suit against the Mutual Life Insurance . company for payment ot a 4,000 Ilauber had gone into the liefer bnalneM and the Mutual held Hseli absolved from that kind ot a risk, and pel-ley- To,ta tb. saloon I an easy le Kppert your paupers, bat If wja Vbw9 Tr(aTwjBjT ALOOfi.TAX. way yo rf4 If aK aphoMtec the saleoa, the aeper win aeip pay yer Twi TT TU'llltr seek and savo Zacchaeus and all like blm who are lost Lesson XII. The great refusal reveal that the condition ot being saved or being lost rests with the InMany elements enter1 dividual soul. nto the refusal of man but the, essentia) one Is "and ye would not," John 6; 40, Much possessions will, not satisfy tho human soul. There ) the danger that we trust our wealth rather than God. Lacking one thing,, everything Is lost. Summary. The whole ot this period of our Lord's ministry waa that of conflict, and hostility with the. Klers, wonder and amasement with doubt and uncertainty with As be went from place the disciples to place he showed Infinite patience. Ilia compassion was for men in their sin and his heart beat with Though his words at timed Were severe, yet his Impulse and passion waav 0, seek and to save. His falthfulaee. In dealing with men, guests aad, boats,, rich and poor, publicans, and, sinners,, Pharisees and outcasts Is also dearly set before us. tender. Juno 2ft, 10 M, thk cynawt Page Tare. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Pror. Frank S. Montgomery, Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator. lating trees wilh 8omo patent comIs pound should not bo given a chance to try bis art. II Is a fake, as thoro remedy thai has owners nt llio present limo. is no In many cases This scourge of pears, npplcs and proven effectual. If plums is known by n variety of harm has cotno from its uso. names, as blossoms blight, twig tho diseased areas nro carefully relilitflil, llro blfKhl, fruit bliglil, moved and destroyed and tho trees kept from growing too rapidly tho canker, elo. Tho symptoms are loo well known diseaso may ho kept In control. to most orchard isLs. Tho most strik- .1. II, Carmody, Asst. Horticulturist. ing symptom is tho twig or limb doPEANUTS ing covered with brown leaves, sharply with tho bright Now Is a good limo lo sow peasurrounding nuts. They will still havo abundfoliage green of In winter It is recog- ant lime lo ripen beforo frost. In branches. nized by tho presence of tho brown many purls of tho South they nro a leaves adhering to tho nITccled very important farm crop. Thoy aroThe leaves look as if used for various purposes, princibranches. they had been scorched by llro and pally for soil improvement, hog pasit Is from this that (ho iiamu llro ture, (ho manufacture of peanut oil blight was originated. and for roasling as food for man. IVnuuls belong lo tho legume The disease is duo lo bacteria that cuter the tender parts of tho family of plants along with cow-pea- s, clover, elc, and so draw a tree. These barlerla live over winder in the cankered areas found on large amouul of nitrogen from the W'i trunks and limbs of trees affect- air lo enrich llio soil. They mako ed (ho previous season. During tho as good hog pasture as cowpcas or blooming period they nro carried clover, and Ihe mils are an excellent from these cankered areas to tho substitute for corn to fallen hogs. (lowers by bees and various other Many people eat peanuts instead of inserts. Tho bacteria work down meat. through the llower Into (ho host and Ivnnuls grow best on light, sandy oauso tho dying twigs as noticed on soil wflh a fairly good supply of They should be drilled tho affected trees. Tho fact that moisture. tho bacteria work entirely within six lo ten inches apart in rows " tho host explains why it cannot bo feel npart so they can bo cultivated. controlled by any spray or wash They should he taken out of tho You hulls carefully for planting. that may ho applied. There are two methods of con- will gel n heller stand if they nro trolling the disease in alTccted trees. removed from tho shuck. I'reparo tho ground thoroughly' The llrsl Is (o rut out and burn nil diseased branches, and tho second is before planting and tend tlieui well to keep trees growing slowly. mil II they liegiu lo send out runners. It Is absolutely necessary that the These runners bloom and (ako root, orchard bo gone over several limes and here is where Ihe peanuts during (he winter and all suspi- mostly grow. Many people cover cious hranclios removed. If this these lilooms with dirt to aid them praclico is carefully followed there in taking root. will bo no affected limbs left lo act Prizes will bo offered for peanuts as sources of infection in tho spring. at Iho Horea corn show this fall. The trees should also bo watched NOTES very closely during the growing pe riod and the diseased branches cut Your corn crop now depends very out whenever noticed. I'.vcry treo much upon your diligence in cultishould he inspected at least once a vating ii. Oivo it a shallow cultiweek during tho growing season, vation after every rain so as to keep beginning llrsl as soon as the blos- a dust mulch on the ground during soms begin to fall. It Is a good plan all dry weather, and do not let to rub olT with (ho hands from tho weeds and sprouts grow for they trunks and main limb all blossoms, take fertility and moisture that tho fruit spurs and watorsprouts as corn may need. soon as they start. This will prePlan lo sow cowpcas in Iho corn vent the formation of all limb and at the lal cultivation, which should body cankers and save a great deal he in about two weeks now. of work another season. Don't you wish you had sowed Wlien- ovor a limb is removed cut at least Hurt oals? They aro now ripo and sit to len inches below tho blight a line crop loo. ed area so as to avoid any chance There will be prizes offered at of the disease starting anew. the corn show for oals and wheat, so All the tools used in removing Iho save samples of sheaves of these branches should be thoroughly dis- crops, alio of the grain to bring to infected after a cut is made. For the show. this purpose crude carbolic acid or Have you thinned your corn? If alcohol may be used. not. do it now. Thin lo two or three Tho "live doctor" who claims to stalks lo the lull, or to every 15 to ho aide to prevent blight by inocu inches apart in Ihe drill rows. PEAR BLIGHT oar liliKhl, or llro bllglil, cixubIhk cotisldernblo Ions lo or-.olcon-tnisli- ug PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND GOOD ROADS Much HON. RICHMOND PEARSON HOBSON TO LECTURE AT THE REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA HERE is Being Said About Consolidation of tho Rural Schools of Kentucky RURAL SCHOOLS CONSOLIDATED Can Not De Possible Until the Roads Are of Such Nature That Will Permit Transportation of Children Over Considerable Distance. In school circles, much Is being said In favor of tho consolidation of rural schools. In view of tho facilities offered by such consolidated schools, both from an economical standpoint mid from tho point of efficiency, they enn not bo too highly recommended; but It Is evident that consolidated rural schools can not bo had unless tho roads nro of such a naturo that It will permit the transportation of chll (Iron over a consldcrnblo distance, as tho districts In these consolidated schools nro much enlarged nnd tho children frwn the outlying districts must bo furnished transportation of ono kind or another, and It Is highly Important that tho roads be kept in good condition. Tho U. S. Department of Agriculture shows In one of their statistical reports that only nbout C per cent of tho children attend school where the roads are unimproved, and SO per cent aro in attendance whero tho roads nre In better condition. These statistics aro taken from live Eastern nnd Western States which havo an Improved road ndleago of about 3G per cent. Tho statistics showing C4 per cent of attendance are taken from four South-cnnd ono Northwestern State, which havo only about per cent of their totnl roads Improved. It Is highly probablo that an Investigation of conditions In the Stato ot Kentucky will show even greater variation In tho per cent of students attending public schools In tho counties boasting of a large mileage of Improved roads ond thoso of tho mountain districts of the stato. The consolidated rural schools of Mason county, Kentucky, show a far better aver-agot attendance than do the schools of Lee, Owsley and Jackson; nnd In fact, n number of other counties In that section. On account of the road system of Mnson county they nro enabled to maintain their consolidated schools nnd eecuro tho attendanco of tho pupils during the winter season, which Is best adapted to school work; while In the localities whero bad roads prevail, tho schools Invariably open during the months ot July and August, and many children nro deprived of at tending school on account of the excessive heat and tho homo duties nt that season of the year; and by tho time the weather Is cool and tho children aro In condition to attend school, the roads nro so bad, if not Impassable, that In many Instances In large districts Mhoru from forty to eighty pupils nro enrolled, thoro are only a few In attendance, sometimes even tho teacher opening tho school with but ono pupil, which permits tho sal-irto be drawn without the pupils Rutting very much good out of tho money expended. Twenty-sicents out of the fifty "ents state tax go for school purposes. This amounts In round numbers to J3,O0O,O00 mutually and is supplemented by city, town and county levies to the extent of $5,000,000 annually, making a total cxpendituro for schools in he state of about $8,000,000. Tho average nttendanco for tho wholo stato In the year 1913 was 62 per cent, which Indicates that only 62 per cent 11-o y aL? "laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH t HON. RICHMOND PEARSON HOBSON WHO WILL SPEAK AT THE CHAUTAUQUA THIS AFTERNOON COLONY HOUSES FOR POULTRY ARE HANDY Everything a Man Needs $1 Complete Shaving Outfit $1 10 Articles 10 HOW TO TELL SEX IN GEESE iROSEBERY LICKS THE BIRSE Male In Moit Cates It Larger Than Female Never Look for Curled trglfl pw.Mci ByBwiOqB Feather In Tall. To advertise our Universal Shaving Outfit and Universal Products we will for a limited time only, send this well worth I 3.00 Shaving Outfit for $1.00. We sell our products to the consumer direct and therefore you save all agents' profits which as you Know are very large. 1 recently to take part In the celebraNoTor look for a curled feather In tions connected with tho four huntholr tails or other outsldo marks for dredth anniversary ot tho Hattlo of Klodden Held, ho recelvod tho token thoro aro nono. Tho malo la bolder and vicious and ot tho burgh with tho usual formaliIt cornered In somo small placo will ties, Including tho "licking ot tho bine," a shoemaker's thread with a nhow fight to protect his mato. bristlo point. This serious custom Is tlmo when EFFECT OF FEED ON FLAVOR a survival of tho Selkirk weronoarly all shoematho burghers of kers. Hans Nitrogenous calls. Fed Ration Produced Egg of Disagreeable Tasto and Small Yolk. ' (iiy n. a. iiAKTurrr) not an easy thing to toll the sex In gocse. When tlioy aro nix or sevon months old ono can usually tell by observa tion Uio geeso from llio gander. Tho male In most cases grows 'cor than the fomalo. Tho fomalo has n deepor body, slim mer neck and smaller head. Tho call of tho gander Is long, loud and shrill, whllo that of tho eooso Is merely an answer to It. It Is a good plan to dlvlda tho flock part on ono side of the fonco and part on tho other when trying to distinguish tho sex when you can distinguish most of tho gandors by tholr It I I 1 I Razor I 1 Lather llrush. Strop, Canvas Hack. N'lckle Kasel Hack Mirror liar Shaving Soap. Harber Towell. , Hollow Ground Razor. I Hox Talcum Powder. I Decorated China Mug. 1 Bristle Hair llrush. Kach outfit packed in neat box $1.00 Coin or Money Order, postage ioc extra. When I)rd Iloscbcry visited Selkirk etlklcncy In educational advancement was attained. Therefore, 4S per cent was lost from ono causo or another. Assuming that 20 per cent of this loss Is duo to bad roads, which Is a very low estimate, tho stato Is paying annually out ot the school fund on account of bad roads, for which she receives absolutely no return, either In roads or In education. I Aluminum Harber Comb. UNIVERSAL PRODUCTS CO. Dayton, Ohio RAISE PIGEONS The cents each (ictorJInK to the city markets are always clamoring for thtui. She youug, Jo to 15 dayatilil, sell for 40 to Co TAKE CARE OF THE BROODER Used for Floor Covering Material Should Be Changed Every Other Day Prevent Crowding. Somo years ago tl' .iioll station, la tho offoct of .mgonous vs. carbonaceous foot jr poultry, reported observations on tho different rations on tho flavor of eggs. Ono lot of fowls was fed a mixture of wheat, shorts, cotton-seemeal and skim milk; anothor lot cracked corn and corn dough. Tho former ration contained much more nltrogon than tho Utter. The hons fed corn laid fewer eggs than thoso fed tho nitrogenous ration, but tho oggs wero larger. The eggs produced by tho nitrogenous ration were) of a disagreeable flavor and smell, had a small yolk, and did not keep welt. The flesh ot the poultry fed this ratten, however, was darker, mere succulent and tender than that of the fowls fed Una carbonaceous turning them at night It these conditions cannot bo compiled with, a temporary brooder may bo used for the day by means of a box and one or two Jugs ot hot water well wrapped la flannel, the latter serving the double purpose of holding la the heat ana preventing- - a chick aelaf crowded uj tad burnt. . Brush out tho brooders over other day, changing tho material used In floor covering. This may bo ot bran, sand, sawdust or paper, but must be dry. Damp bedding Induces diseaso ovory tlmo. When It Is noccssary to wash the brooder chooso a warm, sunny day, so that tho chicks will not need It, and It can bo thoroughly dried beforo re- Tho tlmo Is now at hand when such wastes of the public funds should bo stopped. Tho roads should bo Improved and consolidated schools InColony House Used at Government Farm at Deltsvllle, Md. stalled, so that the maximum ofllclency might bo had for a minimum expendi(By J. V. KnLIJSP.. Copyright, Wit) tending six Inches down from the top, ture of the public funds. It. C. TerAftor tho brooder, beforo tho laying which should ordinarily bo left uncovrell, Professor of Civil Knglneorlng, liouso, what then? Tho colony house ered, but tbero should bo a curtain to Kentucky Stato University. Is tho answer. Chicks aro generally drop over It In bad weather. The balIN CALF RAISING. ready to lcavo tho brooder at about six ance of tho sldo should bo hinged so It SUCCESSFUL weeks of age that is, whon fully can bo thrown open during tho day, The secret of sucesstul calf raising feathered. They are then ablo to tako admitting sunshlno and fresh air. Tho "A" shapod colony houso Is lies In keplng tho calf's digestive or- caro of themselves during tho and, excopt on cold, rainy days, not so easily cleaned as some of tho gans In perfect shapo. To do this avoid sudden changes, cither In feed- tho question ot artificial heat Is not others. Most colony housos average about ing or management Feed warm milk vital. Thoro aro several types ot colony 6 by 8 feot In slzo, with shed root and from clean palls, but do not feed too Clean, sunny quartors, with houses, but all should have the follow- a largo wire covered window with curmuch. exercise and clean and wholesome ing features: Perfectly dry, froedom tain in front. This type should be food fed In proper amounts st the from drafts, well ventilated, easy to built on skids, so that they can be propor tlmo will lesson the number clean and move (this latter should bo easily dragged to now ground with the ot weak calves, and produco heifers dona every season), and, lastly, they old of a horse, and, It tightly built, which will dovelop Into vigorous cows. should bo attractive, but Inexpensive. houses ot this sort can be used for layDon't crowd tho chicks In the colony ers and also brooders In the winter by EXERCISE AND FEED FOR SOWS. liouso. Ilemember, thoy will be al- tho addition ot .nests, hoppers, etc A word about placing the bouse. most grown beforo thoy are moved dive the brood sows milk making again. Have perches removablo, and Chooso well drained ground that Is to roost until covered with a heavy, sweet sod. An food and plenty ot exerclso. A good do not allow the chicks way to force exercise Is to scatter tholr bones have hardened up consid- old orchard Is almost Ideal, as the whole oats on a tight floor which will erably, or they may have crooked trees furnish shade during the hot keep the sows busy for an hour or so. breast bones. When roosts are (Wen, summer days. Clean away any brush plies or thickets which might harbor have thom at least two Inches wide. For small flocks suitable colony vermin, and If the same ground must The spraying outfit can bo used to store be used year after year lime It, plow whitewash, the barn or to spray the houses may bo made from large top and three It down each fall and sow with some fruit trees. It s one of the Impor- boxes by covering the Ides with tar paper, the other side suitable crop which will afford green tant machines on tho farm. being made ot cellar window wire ex pasture for tho growing birds. day-tlm- They Pay Dollars while Chickens pay cents Each pair of Pigeons will raise IB to 32 young d year in. They wilt clear you. atove all expenses, I5 00 a year per pulr They breed liar entire year. Twenty minutcsdaily will care for ico pairs. Always penned up out, of the way Very small space required Squb Journal, Versailles, Mo. All this la fully explained In this month's lnue of our Journal semi for it; price 10 eta. Rtliallt Not Whisky. Sin You've been drinking! I smell It In your brenth. I'u Not a drop. I'vo been eating frogs legs. Whut you smell U tho hop. Harvard Lampoon. Double Barreled Retort. Many wits shone in London society a century ugo. nono more brightly than George Column, the younger. Here Is ono of the qulpi that wero over on his tongue: A young man who had declared that bo could not slug was pressed to entertain tho compauy with a song. "Hut I can't sing I" declared the "You J oat young man Impatiently. want to make a butt ot me." "Mot at all, my good sir," said man. "Wo merely want to get a stave' I out of you." PHO Pour. Tins orrmm Juno 25,1914. LOCAL PAGE COME TO i i NEWS Or BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Tho very best guaranteed rubbor THE BEREA FAIR July 29, 30 and 31, 1914 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. Thoy put tires used at Welch's. (ad) them on for (14.00 per set. Messrs. W. P. Ferguson, student of tho University of Tennessee, and Paul Loguo, student of the Kuoxvillo High School, both of Kuoxvlllo, woro in Verea last week on business. They went up to Richmond Monday. Mr. J. B. Richardson, who was ill last week, is lictttt. Mr. J. II. Cooper of Knoxville, Tenn., representative of tho Little Held Steere Candy Co. of Knoxville, Tenn., was in town Monday. cow uet tnoso peas at Welch's. (ad) Miss Oslo Logsdon of Estill county after visiting for several days with her uncle, J. B. Richardson, and family returned home last week Mrs. A. O. Dixon of High Point. N 0. was a Berea visitor Saturday of last week. Mr. Estill Jones of Danville spent Sunday with friends in Berea. Mr. John W. VanWinkle, Sr., of Mt. Vernon was visiting in Berea tho first of tho week. Mr. Jim Hockaday of near Berea lias been attending tho Chautauqua Tho best buggies in tho world at Welch's. (ad) Rev. John M. Macmillan, pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Mt, Vernon, and his wife, were Berea visitors the llrst of the week. Mr. Robert Spence, after spending a few days at Black Mountain, camo to Berea Sunday for a few days' vis wnip-poor-wlll Bigger and Better Than Ever POR CATALOO, ADDRESS GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES E. T. FISH, Secretary, Berea, Ky. Prices Always Right RICHARDSON & COYLE Tho Misses Nora Wyatt, Itlnucho HON, RICHMOND PEARSON HOBSON Wilson, IVaii Hill and Rebecca Hon. Richmond Pearson Hobson, Scrivner returned Sunday from a who is known throughout the entire delightful visit with the Hedrick United States as one of America's family near Paint Lick. most prominent public men, is to or we'll make you a picture In any ill (.let your lire Insurance In Old Re- lecture at tho Chautauqua Thursday ilnrtlve nr particular style you wish. NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE O. C PURKEY liable Companies. I represent only afternoon on "America's Mission as Peace Maker Among the Nations." tho best. Berea Bank and Trust Co. Over Main Street Berea, Kentucky Mr. Ilobson has won distinction for II. C. Woolf. (ad; BARGAINS WATCHES his achievements in the Navy and WATCHES Mrs. R. II. Chrismaii and two oldest children, Neva and Ray, aro for his services as Congressman in A big lot of the Best Watches, spending several weeks In Cincin Alabama. He is not only a statesSouth Bend and othor Movements, nati studying music at tho ennserva man but an orator, nnd ho is most for sale by A. MARCUM, The Jeweler. lory. Mrs. Chrisinau and Neva aro .eagerly sought for in all parts of tho having piano lessons and Ray is country as a Chautauqua lecturer. Next door to Clarkston's Hard studying violin. ware, Main Street. Their address is CHILDREN'S NIGHT 2(515 Bollevue Ave. Tonight is Children's Night. Mr. Wc want to reduce our stock oi trimMiss draco I.ee Cornelius, who has Edward Reno, tho well-knoL, & N. TIME TABLE mabeen in Bonn since the llrst of tho gician, who has been before tho pubmed hats, materials, etc., and in order to Nortb Bound, Local year, returned to her homo at Flem- lic for thirty years, and who has Knoxville 7:00 a. m 10:55 p. m do so we have made some marked reducing Saturday of last week. In April traveled widely, will give his mar1:07 p. m. 3:62 a. m. BEREA tions, so that you can provide suitable and Miss Cornelius very successfully velous program of magic. 6:30 p. m. 7:46 a. m. Cincinnati seasonable millinery. Come in and look completed a term's course of study One of tho unique features of Mr. South Bound, Local at some ol the bargains we oiler. We will in voice under Madanio Tecla Vlgna Reno's program is his dove trick. Ho 8:16 p.m. Cincinnati 6:30 a.m. have just about what you want, at the of Cincinnati, nnd remained in Berea burns a piece of ordinary paper and p. rn. 12:33 a. m. 12:34 BEREA during the spring to assist in the a dove rises from the ashes. He apKnoxville 7:00 p. m. 6:60 a. m. price you want to pay. cantata of Queen Esther, rendered parently tears the dove in two, only Express Train by the llarmonia Society, singing to liml that he has two doves in his No. 33 will stop to take on paasen tho role of Zeresh with great suc hands. Many gers for Knoxville and points beyond. other interesting cess. Miss Cornelius combines a tricks will be performed by Mr. South Bound -beautiful voice with a charming Reno. Cincinnati 8:00 a. m. Cnvrr Main and Canlrf Sta, Berea. Kj. yit. personality, and she will be greatly 11:55 a. m. BEREA Mr. Kirk Towns, the widely known No. 32 will stop at Berea to take Whenever you have anything to missed by her Berea friends. baritone, will sing this evening. on passengers for Cincinnati, 0., and sell tell The Citizen: it will carry points beyond. the news to the very one whom you North Bound were looking for but could not find, BEREA 4:45 p. m. Mr. W. W. Wadsworth of Atlanta, Cincinnati 8:50 p. m. (a., spent from last Friday until LEMONADE yesterday in town on business. Miss Ethel Duncan returned SatMr. Junior Edwards has "returned urday from Winchester where she from Battle Creek, Mich., whero he was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Pat has been at work. Kearns. Mr. Hector Johnson, clerk of tho Mr. William Duncan, who has Jackson Circuit Court, of McKce, been employed at Cynthiana, camo called at The Citizen otllce Tuesday WEATHER AT HOME AT homo Saturday morning. while waiting for a train to Emi Mr. W. H. Bower and Mr. A. F, nence. - Oil Stoves Serugg went to Valley View Friday Miss Brfrtha King left for Knox to tlsli. morning ville. Tuesday, whero she will at - Oil Stoves Oil Stoves Mrs. Jane Ely who has been quito tend the University this summer, ill this week, is better. Mr. James Beldon, operator for the - Oil Stoves Miss Sallie Anna Davis has been L. & X R. R., is visiting with home LEMONADE' quito ill but is some better. - Oil Stoves folks at Snider for a few weeks. Oil Stoves Mrs. Mrs. Daniel Roebuck, who ha3 Don't you been visiting her grandparents, Mr. feel a Kttle little when you borrow and Mrs. Hudson, returned Thurs- Mrs. Subscriber's Citizen? day. Miss drill A. Martindale, teach Welch's guarantee on buggies is er of tho Cabinet Organ and Violin worth moro alone than lots of bug- left on the early train Tuesday gies, (ad) morning for her homo at Oberlin, O., Mr. Harry Gabbard, whose health where she will spend tho summer. Mr. C C. Rhodus was out of town is quite bad is spending summer on on business the" first of tho week. Hobos Mountain. Mr. Oscar Robinson on his way Mrs. H. B. Jones and son, Horace, homo to Datha, stopped over in Beleft Saturday for N. Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coyle and Miss rea with his friends Sunday. Mr. C. II. Porter of Cincinnati is Sarah Ely motored over to Lexington visiting several days with his famiFriday. AT RECEIVES APPOINTMENT The Misses Bertha King and Lucy Mr. Archie Dean Bradshaw of ly on Richmond St. Mr. Sidney Rufllan Rust, who gradMrs. G. D. Holiiday, after spend- - Holiiday left Tuesday for Knoxville, Lancaster returned to his home uated this spring from tho College ng several days in Hazard with Mr. Feiui., to attend summer school. Wednesday. Tho regular prayermeeting at tho with a Bachelor of Scionco degreo, Holiiday, returned to Berea last Sat Mr. Everett Adams spent Sunday Union Church will not bo held to- has accepted a position with the urday. in Lexington. represenMiss Truda Hartly of Jackson night because of the Chautauqua College as a traveling The largest lino of buggies in eastRichmond recently He has also tative. Kentucky entertainment. ern Kentucky now on exhibition at county, W. Va., who has just con Messrs. J. B. Bicknell and B. II. been olfered a Harvard scholarship, flicted a very successful scries of Welch's. (ad) meetings at Disputanta in which Harris returned Monday night from which ho chooses to defer temporMiss May Slowe, who has been visRussel Springs, Ky. Thoy sold their arily in view of his other appointiting her friends in Richmond, re- there wore moro than 50 conver hotel properly and other real eslato ment. Mr. Rust has acquitted himsions, is in town for a few days this turned homo Sunday. self well throughout his entire perweek. Sho was assisted by Mr. there on Saturday. Mrs. J. L. Nickleson went to RichTho Christian Endeavor Society of iod of study at Berea and these covRhodes who was a student here in mond Friday and Tuesday to attend the Spring term. tho Union Church held a very en eted offers come as a reward of men-i-t. a Christian Science lecture. We wish him success. joyable social Wednesday ovoning, Every American citizen ought to June 17th, on the Holiiday lawn on Mr. E. R. East left Monday for his keep up with tho State, National Richmond St. WARNING TO WATER USERS homo at Mill Springs, Wayne ind orld news. Tho cream of tho Mr. Chas. A. King, former Super county, where he will spend the amo is found in each issuo of Tho Lack of rainfall has caused an unintendent of Woodwork, is now lo usually early shrinkage of water summor. Citizen. cated at East Kingston, N. II., where supply. All who use the mountain 'j For salo at a bargain sow and four Mr. Marion Kimbrougli of Lex ho teaches sloyd and conducts a water aro earnestly requested to pigs. $15.00 takes the lot. W'th th,f" W"r ington and Miss Daisy Gilbert of farm in tho country nearby. avoid waste. The College is finan(ad) W. J. HufT, Borea, Ky. Speedwell are visitors at tho Welch Mr. Advertiser: Did you ever stop cially unable to pipe additional Mr. C. T. Lark of Gato City was in homo this week and attending tho and think that The Cilizcn is a good springs this year and no oxtension of WALK-OVE- R Berea a few days last week. Mr. Chautauqua. advertising medium, becauso of its distribution can bo made except that Lark will spend tho summor A number of tho country people high grade reading matter that comalivady promised for the public in Whitley county. are enjoying the Chautauqua this mands thu attention of tho reading school. week. I public? ",e "un w'u wear NSSSKsk sS$ WANTED TEACHERS 1 Mr. Park Dick, accompanied by WALKC.OVKRS.then try a P A CORRECTION .V Miss Janet Stephens, left last SaturSjlRfc Plr yourself ami lie'convln- There are hundreds of good posiTwo weeks ago it was announced tions wailing for you now in tho ivpp Cl''' You are ,nv',ed ,0 c" day for Hamilton, whero thoy will "N. Hint Miss Jessio S. Monro, former South. inJ ,c'' "le "ew Spring visit for 8omo time. ilpv Wo havo moro positions VP'VV. V model In WALK-OVKRfcfrw Mr. J. I). Richardson is having a matron of tho Boarding Hall, had re- than wo havo teachers. Enroll with two story brick building erect- ceived tho appointment of Director us nnd let us givo you one. It means nico w"' l''ea,e u' ss ed on his lot on Main St. Mr. Chas. of Fireside Industries. This should better pay and lighter work. k s0 how dk Mullins Teachers' Agency, J 'rhU ,"u,tru,Ion Preston is tho contractor nnd it is to have read that Miss Mooro had reH'e "Scout Dull llutton". ceived appointment, as Head of tho (ad) London, Ky. cost him $3,500. Domestic" Scienco Department. to WE MAKE PHOTOS In all new and popuUr styles oval, round, oblong or square shape, THE OGG STUDIO .... June Millinery Sale jfisbs COOL Refrigerators Refrigerators Refrigerators Refrigerators LEMONS AND SUGAR 5 g Refrigerators JOE W. STEPHENS Refrigerators Clearance Sale On All Goods B. E BELUE & COMPANY lfilaJl! can-vassl- ng Ilpl th'r '"'' tr lli&lit SHOES H I! So The Racket Store REWARD S-- M CLARKSTON LR i Deering Mowing Machines and Rakes MAIN STREET, 'Near Bank bar pin of gold and goms was lost on grounds of Slnlu Lick Springs or on tho road through Farristowu nnd Menlos Pike to Richmond. Finder will havo liboral rewnrd by returning it to The Cilizcn Olllco or to 300 High Street, Richmond, Ky. (Signed) N. M. B. (Miss N. M. Ballard, Phono 370 Richmond, if found) A llll LrTD $3.50 $5.00 11 1 UVtK, & GOTT H HAYSCASH STORE llll MAIN ST. THB - - BEREA, KY. j i Juno 2T, 1911, tub crrmN ' 'rngntity it the one ami only foundation a fortune Wntck your exftnttt. r t for CHAUTAUQUA A GREAT SUCCESS WAYS TO SAVE If you are woiklnR on salary your first thought each pay day should be to save a part of your earnings to provide for future use. You can save one month's pay during the year and with small economy. This Is our suggestion: Have a savings account with this bank. Rach month, deposit one twelfth of your salary. Do not spend it. At the end of the year you will have saved a month's salary and y Compound interest. We pay you the Interest twice a yesr. Degln this month to save some amount every pay day. Berea Bank & Trust Co. Main Street, Berea, Kentucky To Sing at Chautauqua To-nig- ht C Vs.' -- At- h ' K KIRK TOWNS, BARITONE SOLOIST. d IHK TOWNS, widely known linrltone. has uclileu-- success as a coa- cert nrtUt and tcnchi-r- , both In i:uro C In all he and America. eleven yearn' sojourn tn the Kuropenn capitals. After return m fnc to this country be ttecaina a member of tho rocal faculty of the Chicago Musical College. Mr. Towns' early tralnttiK under mich mimtrra of tho rocal art at George 8wet of New York. Houhy and l.croui of I'arls. George Kersusson and Otto Leasrmtn of (lerlln and Francesco MotUno of Milan cave hUu foundation work of U) very soundest and best i"t POINTED PARAGRAPHS The poor cook frlnnd. la tho physician's off Occasionally boy In the neighborhood grows up and becomes a minister. You tho toughit can't always tell. Qst busy and dust aoieace. Look well to thoaUrt an eye on your finish. Hope) la When a female lecturer gets off that old saw about an honest man being tho noDieat work of God, every man In the audience Imagines that ho Is blushing. Chicago News. and thno keep yuur con In the mortar used struotloa of air caatlna. tha eon- - CYNICISMS FROM THE FRENCH The offender uuver pardons. Prov- Whoa a mother ctvea a child ponce bath she uses a waahra-- . a erb. The soul and the body are enemies. A. do Mussel. The one sure thins 1" that one cant be sure of anything tn this world. In this ago of suffragottea It's a wum child Uiat knows Its own mother. Ixve dies of satiety, and In oblivion. Is burled La Ilruyero. 4 - BatKl(1 your way through the dooa not moan tntatlng others Infidelities rupture love; tittle faults wear It out Ilussy-Ilabutl- It Is In the eyes that tha language of lovo Is written. Mme. Cottln. If people follow your advice they To be loved Is to receive the great hare some omi to blame tholr est of all compliments. Mme. Necker. failures on. The woman we love most Is often And some men jtet as tired of being tho one to whom we express It least. married aa some women do of alngle Heaucheru. bless odnoss. A woman forgives tho audacity When men rare oror a girl and which her beauty has prompted us to whon women say moan things about bo guilty of. Lesago. her she la a beauty. A woman often thinks she regrets There aro all kinds of peoplii In this tho lover, when sho only regrets the old world except tho kind that talk love. jx Rochefoucauld. the illnleet found In soma books. 100 Beautiful and Colored Special Hosiery Offer Guaranteed Wear-Ever Hosiery For For Limited Time Only Sit pair of our finest ice value ladles' Guaranteed hose In black, tan Many arc rich. rare, pictures of colon with written guarantee, or white for fi.oo beautiful models and actresses ami ioc for pollute, etc. SPECIAL OFFER FOR MEN g Also a For a limited time only, six pair of our Self-Fillin- POST CARDS FOUNTAIN PEN All for only 50 cents Men And Women Ladies' Special Offer The greatest bargain In beautiful cards and rare art pictures ever offered. Many era hard to obtain and have sold singly for the price we ask for all. These will o quickly to all lovers of the beautiful In nature who appreciate RAR1C ART PICTURES of well developed modtla. A reliable fountain pen free with each order. These alone have sold for one dollar In stores. The 100 beautiful cards and pen all for but 50c and 10c in stamps for postage. self-filli- ART PORTRAYAL CO. DAYTON, OHIO finest ice value Quaranteed Hose any color with written guarantee and a palrof our well known Men's Paradise darters for one dollar, and 10c for pottage, etc. You know these hose; they stood the test when all others failed, They give real foot comfort. They have no earns to rip. They never become loose and baggy as the shape U knit in, not pressed in. They are Quaranteed for fineness, for style for superiority of material and workmanship, absolutely talntess and to wear six months without holes, or s new pair free. Don t delay, send In your order be fore offer expires. Give correct slse. WEAR-EVE- R HOSIERY COMPANY Dajrtm, Ofcw Tho pcoplo of Horca aro lo bo congratulated upon tho success of their flr.it Chautauqua. Tho summer llcdpalh Human has furnished a splendid program and after tho first number many people camo away gotten my saying "Well, I'vo monqy's worth already." The only Cultivator with a perfect pivot tongue, all time parallel gang Thp Invocation was given Sunday afternoon by Pres. Vm. 0. Frost, and automatic self balancing frame; absolutely guaranteed, sold on trial or after which thcro was a musical pro-Intest with other makes. Why pay an agent $40 to $45 when you can buy by tho llolangcr Orchestra. these for $28, $30 and $32.50 each. Section harrows, 60 spike tooth, the The speaker was llov. Oeorgo T. M0N11U, who gavo an excellent adthing for first cultivation, $10.00 each. dress on "Culture and Democracy." Ills lecluro had to do with tho great question of tho human scrap pile. Why does society produce so many ineflloleiit failures? Tho blainti he attributed to the training, or culture, by which tho young children aro prepared for ncllvo life. He declared thai present methods of child cull lire aro criminally wasteful and that man has liven though your land is good and quantity could not be increased it will busied himself more with perfectimprove the quality over and over. I have a car of the best, ready for ing machinery and efllclenl business delivery Terms Jan. 1st, 19 15. Ask and I will tell you how to uset.i, methods than he has with tho development and (raining of his own children, the people, who nro to bo I sell his successors. The child must he American Fence carefully watched and allowed lo Mogul Wagons Oil Stoves follow his natural bent anil tt'it ho1 Oliver Plows Buggies and Harness Ice Cream Freezers forced to lake up his father's work. Oliver Harrows Lawn Mowers Wall Paper Ho said that I he world's progress is Rakes and Mowers all due to the "fool boys" who havOj Refrigerators Carpets and Rugs had the originality to do differently, Metal and Rubber Roofing Furniture from their parents. "Were It not for, And many other articles on which I can save you money. such boys," said he "we would still be hanging around in trees." Child raising is expensive, and ho quoted Mr. Iloekerfeller as saying that much of the. poverty in tho world is duo BEREA, KENTUCKY to the extraordinary profits which' are taken out between the producer and consumer . Hut Mr. McNtitt ad vocated a new social conscience, a new training which would do away pany, and Mr. Wilson gavo a splon- with economic injustices and also did rendering of Riley's "That Old produce belter, more ellleient and Sweetheart of Mine." His work on happier Americans. the saxaphnue was remarkable and BEREA, KENTUCKY The Holangor Orchestra's concert showed an iullnito amount of prac- at night was greatly enjoyed. They, line ant! a corresponding achieve- gave very good, but not too classical, ment of excellence. Capital music and by their lino execution I Mr. Wells Watson Ginn read "Tho 25,000 and simple manners won the hearty Man From Home," by Booth Tark- Surplus and Undivided Profits, $28,000 Mr. Ginn is a very young approval of Die entire audience, inglon. As an extra treat and surprise, Mr. man but he presented tho play in a The Government Charters, Examines and Controls McNutl spoke again at night, on masterful and pleasing manner. Bc-IThis rea has rarely heard a more capablo "Oreatest University." The National Banks university," said McNult, "has tho and forceful reader, Tho evening entertainment was whole world for a campus and all humankind for a student body. This begun by the J. Walter Wilson Corn-- is The Berea National is Seeking Your Business the university of life. One enters pany and Mr. Wilson's clever impcr- at birlh and graduates at death, and sonalions and cxceplional facility of there may be two divisions of tho utterance won hearty applause. Ho Like tho after- - managed, his crude violin, mado of Alumni Heunion. J. L. GAY, Cashier noon address this address had tho one string, a garden rake ami cigar llavor of experience and hrillianco box, with real ability. Mr. Charles A. Payno gavo an il- of natural wit. health conditions can bo improved; ican control, is enjoying poaco. ir. McNult is a most pleasing luslrated lecture on tho Panama if spots that aro ugly today can bo health and safety. and his addresses were live nal and by his lino pictures and straight from the shoulder with foresting explanations ho mado Un- - mado into a place of beauty tomorUNITED STATES NEWS an ample sprinkling of apt stories to cle Sam's "Big Ditch" a very real row, every effort that is mado will (Continued from First Pago) his various arguments, and actual thing. Tho audience was not be mado in vain. lluslrate Butte, Montana, by independent He has had practical experience as greatly impressed with tho bigness ,. WORLD NEWS I I .1 lt-i-- . l.It. miners lo break up a meeting at mo uiiucriaKiiig wmcu nwuuica a common lanorer anu tor six yuura m II (Continued from First Pago) which President C. H. Moyer of tho earned a living in the shops, his cm- - has just brought to such successful Carranza are on their way to confer Western Federation of Miners was plovers little dreaming that their .completion. The concerts given by Danto and with Huerta's representatives but speaking, tho crowd was fired upon "underpaid" roustabout was a min- ster of tho gospel and a classmato his hand wero a delight to all lovers thcro is little hope of any amicablo by sheriffs deputies and ono man was instantly killed, two others bo-iAt both afternoon meeting. of Woodrow Wilson in college. So of good music. seriously injured. Tho mob, Tho question as to whether Carhis statements were those of a man and evening concerts on Wcdncs-wh- o knows and had more than a day, they gave splendid intcrpreta- - ranza can controll the bandil Villa however, succeeded in its purpose Ihroretical knowledge of his subject, lions of some of the great, world fa- - is a serious ono and it may bo that and tho meeting was broken up, Mi. McNutl will command a largo nious compositions. Signor Danto's tho great lighter will carry things Moyer ileeing through tho back door out of all oilier hands. Ho is stead- of tho auditorium to a waiting autoaudience whenever ho may return solo work was exceptionally flno. ily pressing towards Mexico City mobile. Property valued at $100,-0- 00 and the good done by his two lecT and declares that Huerta must tlie. THE BAD TASTE OF was destroyed by dynamite, and tures is very great. Carranza refuses to comply with hundreds of people wero struck by Monday afternoon the musical Mr. H. B. Marriott Watson, tho prelude was given by the American well known English novelist, is tho certain demands of tho United States showers of flying glass and bits of Quartet, a group of talented young ,wr!,on who turns to Tho Daily Mad regarding tho return of confiscated rock. property and this is yet another obThe trouble was caused by differmen. Their work, both vocal and (r ondoiO lo relievo his nent-u- n stacle in tho way of final settlement. ences which arose among tho union instrumental, was exceptional. Wrath: Meanwhile Vera Cruz under Amer miners. Mr. Byron C. Piatt gavo tho after- "KVt.ry age, one must suppose, noon address,, ills snnjeci neing Miners from the excess of its qual- "Head or Alive." Mr. Pialt is a very ji;,,: :md the very wealth of nta- forceful and coin)elling speaker and ferial and richness of opportunity Ins lecture held his audience in tho piVt.i to our contemporary lifo aro velvet silence of appreciation. Ml. .vnlelo with temptations lo oxtra- Pialt declared thai death begins to vaganco. Thero is mom ugliness, take place when thinking ceases, mon, futility, and more nonsonso and that the live people nro those visible today in tho web of our sowho are in vital and vigorous con- -' uial structure than over our fath- - Bmbbbbmt jpV E'iW nectiou with tho great progressive 0rs gathered in all their ignorance movements of the tune. "And think- - and banality. ing," he said, "is absolutely neces- "in his heart of hearts every sary ror iioili spiritual and pnysicat man knows how ugly is tho 'modo life. For tho great economic prob- - 0f today: and I beliovo most women lems of the world." Tho questions know it also. Kvory artistlo rulo of greater production and mora just (s contravened by tho abominablo listribution must bo settled by, confections that glare at ono thought." Mr. Pialt says that tho crudely from tho windows of fash- ancienl contempt of "common" labor, ionablo emporiums. Styles, shape, is passing away becauso tho man decenoy, all aro meaningless words makes the Job and if any work is in application to thoso dresses. 'common" it is becauso a common clothes, so far as woman is con- man does it. But an Kdlson, or n, corned, aro calculated to constrict IJurbank, or a girl weaving presents her limbs, Impedo hoc motion, con fer a Whito House bride, mako lab- - coal tho beauties of her body, otn- or nolilo and tiplining. Mr. Piatt phasizn its defect and cut her from tho outside world a tire at the wrong place, stuff her message which IVirea has long been out whero sho has least need of proclaiming and by his splendid do- -j bulging, skimp her whero sho Is livery and happy expression ho scantiest, and generally mako a Uanle endeavor to turn hor into an a very greal impression. Tho evening's entertainment was expensive scarecrow. The fash- given by tho Amorlcan quartet and lion plates of today. Tho Literary was considered mo nosi 01 its kiuu Digest, Juno 21), 1UU. Tho earth pyramids of UMlgne aro altuaUd high up In the Val d'Horena. over seen or heard in Borea. Tho which run aouth to Evolana from 8lon In tha Rhone valley. They are that CIVIC IMPROVEMENT execution of all tho muslo wa3 remalne of the lateral moraine formed by tha great glacier which once occu(Continued from First Pago) plendid. Mr. Conrad's chalk talk pied the bed of the Val d'Heremence, which here enter the Val d'Hena am. was very clover and Ills skill wlln'ir mo town cau no cieaneu up anu Km left. The perched bouldere have protected the underlying cooglomersstje I slums made a litllo mora habit- - from the corroding action of the rain, and, aa a raeuft we have the tho tho crayon was romarkable. Tuosday afternoon tho proltido was able; if tho ohlldren can bo provided I rein or earth pUUra of the geolofllet At oaa pari Map are tuiwwMed to aAvit given by tho J. Walter Wilson Com- - with better play places and tha tfca Baeaage of the poet road from SI on to Cwotosea. Cultivator OLIVER Cultivators Four Shovels, Six Shovels or Spring Tooth Gangs do Fertilize Your Tobacco It will pay you over and over ' R. H. CHRISMAN, "The Furniture Man" BEREA NATIONAL BANK J he 1 . ng T0-DA- J Earth Pyramids of Useigne X - do 9BaFg'HMEHBSaBR . 1'ago Sir THK cmziit. MOST CRUEL OH June X, RELIGIONS 1L The temples wore called teocalll or "God's houso," and rivaled In site as they resomblcd In form tho temples of ancient Itnbylon. They were pyramids Noarly Every Section of Kentucky Was Attacked By This on a square or oblong baso, rising In Scourgo In 1913 and tho Samo Troublo Can Bo od successive terraces to a small summit platform. Tho great teocalll of lowored. Again This Year Tho rV.othods of Control In tho City of Moxlco stood "It was mlno to remember, mon In an Immenso squaro, whonco radisieur." ano said simply, as If It waa all the most ordinary thing In the ated tho four principal thoroughfares, During tho spring of nineteen thirSlnco tho aphis appears In succn-stvworld. "I knew not what would hap- Its courtyard being Inclosed by a square, of which tho stono wall, called teen, Kentucky passed through a vory broods, growers must bo on the pen, and there was food ttiwtn vt'bcQ tho coatepantll or serpent wall from severe scourge of green applo aphis, watch for thorn nnd apply somu rem tho women ran away, and I wmild not Its sculptured serpents, measured moro commonly cnllcd plant llco. edy for their control Immediately go, becnuso you told mo not I know nearly a quarter of a mito on ench Nearly every applo growing section of upon tholr appearnnro. Special offort COFYfmr A.C.WCW?G &. CO., It would bo best that I take soma. You side. In the center, the oblong pyra- tho state was attacked and In some should bo made to cheek the Aral : : r do not blame mo. monsieur?" mid of rubblo cased with hown stono Instances tho crop for tho season was uro0'18 " M 10 IcB,c" Ul" ,la"Kor ot I Ing To I heard St. Clair storming up nnd do, t had flung nwny my rfflo "Hlamol you nre a Jowel; bat I sea aiim-h,., and cemented, 37.1x300 feet at tho inter on I'limnlntit Inw iln.. n il... down behind ub, swearing and shoutnnd seized her In my nrms. Sho was nothing of Itl Where" Aphlds belong to n class of Inrising steeply In flvo terraces this little pest. Since wo are llublo ing orders In his high, cracked voice, n light, slender thing, nnd I held hor "TIs hero, monsieur; I nm glad If base, and height of 86 feet, showed con- to a repetition of this sumo troublo sects known ns sucking Insects, honco to tho ret took no time to glanco toward him. tight In the folds of tho blanket, I plcaso you." spicuously to tho city tho long pro- again this year. It Is well to call the tho methods of control must necesThe smoko fettled down upon us In scarcely feeling her weight. Sho made Sho flung asldo tho blanket, drop- cession of priests nnd victims wind- growers attention to It beforo It Is sarily bo sumo form of contact Insecft cloud; wo fought blindly, In tho dark. t"vit in icoioi, j iiui cjm uu- iuuk 11 10 mo grounu, revealing a ing along tho terraces and up to cor- too late. ticide. Thorough spraying with strong unruly certain but wo stood alona. I wlldered, looked Into black ammunition bag strapped across Tho work of the aphis Is familiar to lime sulfur In the spring Just beforo wne besldo Hutler when he was struck, my faco. 1 gave them no heed, my her shoulder. I remembered now feel. ner flights of stops. On the paved plattower tem everyone who has had any experience the buds start to swell Is boneflct.il In and helped drag him aside out of tho whole purpose concentrated on tho one Ing it when I lield her in my nrms, form worn tho three-storples on whoso ground floor stood tho in an orchard. Their presence Is that the coating of lime sulfur tll rout. Then I saw St. Clair, nnd, ns I effort to save her, to fight a passngo stopped a second, staring Into his faco through that mob of frlghtoned men. taguely wondering what It was. She stono Imnges nnd altars, and beforo usually characterized by the curling of cause the death of some of thu eggs. that of the war god tho green stono thu leaves and malformation of tho This application luckily coincide with to bo euro of his Identity, an officer Tho spirit of panic had gripped mo unclasped and opened It. "Monsieur must eat," sho said gravo-ly- , of sacrifice, humped so ns to bend tho blossoms nnd fruit. In orchards whero tho nppIU-atUfor San Joan srnlo and rushed up through the smoko cloud, also not for myself, but for her I "and sleep. Then ho will bo strong body of tho victim that tho priest the nphls has been particularly bad It Is another argument lu favor of tho knocking mo a9ldo, everything forgot Hero waa my duty now; not back yon '1 dormant spray. might moro easily slash open tho tho previous season, many gnarly ten but his urgent message. der whero those regulars stood grimly again." I tried to do ns sho said, munching llowoter, tills application does not "General St. Clair," ho cried, "wo In line, nnd died with their shoulders breast with his obsldlnn knife, tear apples will bo found clinging must get out of here, sir. My men touching; not where I had fought all a few mouthfuls. Her actions, her out tho heart and hold It up beforo to the trees long nfter the leaves drop. get nil of the eggs nnd In many case cannot 6tand flvo minutes longer. If day in the powder-cloufacing thoso words, her manner toward me, both , tho god, whllo tho captor and his If the Injury wero confined to tho the trees become affected beforo thu that lino breaks It will cost every life. forest demons but In the mob of fu- bewildered nnd angered. Sho had as- - friends wero watting below for tho fruit alone, It would not be so bad, grower U awaro that anything In For God's sake, let us go." gitives, battling and cursing for their sumcil Uio part or a servant chosen carcass to bo tumbled down tho steps but the aphis also attacks the young wrong. A condition of this kind calls "Yes yes, Colonel Darke, but how lives. Tho road was littered with guns It. ns If sho would thus teach mo my ror them to carry homo to bo cooked growing shoots, thereby weakening for prompt attention since an appliIs It to bo accomplished, sir? Seo thrown away, with discarded blankets own placo. In every posslblo way sho for Ul0 fpnst ot Tctory. lioforo tho them and tho tree so that the chances cation of spray material will nut be uh those fool cowards." and powder horns. I dared not look showed mo sho was not there from shrines reeking with tho stench of for a stand of fruit another souk on Is effective nfter tho leaves havo oticn curled. Strong lime sulfur an not bo Darko swept his hand out to tho back, straining every nintclo, stagger- choice, but necessity. I lay back, toy- iaUKlltrr, tho cternnl fires wero kept gri'atly Iesemd used at this time In combating uphln Eouth In sudden gesture. ing forward over the ruts. Tho roar Ing with tho food, my appetite gone. , DUninB nml on tll0 ,,iatform B,00,i tho because of tho danger of ruining tho "There In only one way, sir there of guns behind grew faint In tho dls- - Tho wounded horse had been down to ,1UK0 drunlf cover,,a wUll gnakes' skins, ho river and drank; now ho was paw- - whoao fear,u, toum, ,vas ,.ari, for foliage. The common practice Is to by tho road. I can hold the regulars tanco; tho spit of rifles from tho steady; they'll cover tho rear, and thickets ceased. Exhausted, breath ing the snow In an effort to discover mllpB tom Ul0 tcrracp cou,t ,, ppn tine kro4one emulsion or some form , , give the others a chance. Ono flerco less, reeling from fatigue. I ;mt her feed. Over In tho east, but sorao dls- - ' of tobacco extract ,i, riflo cracked ominously In chargo forward with tho bayonet will down, nnd, with arm bout her, stood tta"ceff. Kerosene emulsion consists of oil nciosro wUh tliplr lma(.P nn,i t.tnz- ftllnnm Mv hnml foil ti.ii.Ld drive those devils back, and open '.ho ' an Instant looking back, emulsified with soap and may bo Ing fires, nnd the tzompantlt or "skull way. May I try It, sir?" as follows. Hard soap half They were coming, a dark mass tho bank, and I was sound asleep. place." where tho skulls of victims by -It was two daye later when wo tolled tens of thousands wero skowered on Ay, try it. Hold! I'll lead thorn bearing down upon us, but ahead of pound, water one gallon and kercmeno two gallons. Tho soap should first h them, wild with terror, his harness up n long bill, nnd camo out upon tho cross-stickor built Into towers. . l,..l t thoroughly dissolved In boiling water flapping at his heels, his head flung c..ni.nll There also might bo seen tho flat clr-nnd then the kerosene, added, Tho from sido to side, charged an artillery cular temalacatt or "splndle-stonc-. ' mixture should then bo thoroughly horse full tilt. In his mad terror ho wearily behind. Much of tho snow where captives armed with wooden hod melted, leaving tho soil soft, nnd agitated until It Is creamy whlto In saw and knew nothing. Ho camo weapons wero allowed tho mockery of color. Il may then bo diluted at tho straight at us, running ns If crazed. the trees appeared bare, phantom-llko- , n gladiatorial fight ngalnst well armed gainst tho sky. Itene rodo silently, I flung the girl Into tho sldo of tho rate of ono part of emulsion to ten champions. or twelve parts of water and applied. road and leaped recklessly for his wrapped In her blanket, for tho air Tho tobacco sprays aro mora comneaa. Jiy nana gripped tho mane, was chill and damp, her head bent, AmerlcantCataeombs and Mummies. monly iivd than any other and nro then the leather rein; I was flung her eyes straight ahead. I liavo no Ilecent publicity has been given to generally moro effective. They may from my feet, Jerked Into tho air., but remembrance that wo had spoken for of tho be safely tiled against all Mnds of hung; my moccasins touched ground nn hour. Deyond tho hill summit tho wonders of tho there was an escarpment of rock, glv- - j Gila canyon In Now Mexico, whero aphis and on all plants. Tobacco again. I was dragged forward, renIng an open view ahead. As I gazed tho lofty pumlco or tufa walls ot thu dered half unconscious by a blow, but Bprays may bo purchaned already prepared or they may be mado at homo. weight told. I got Angers on his nos- off, over tho trees below, my heart box canyon aro honeycombed with tho gave a great bound there, scarce a excavated dwellings of a nation of Kor all ordinary purposes tho commertrils, nnd he stood still, panting and ' trembling. Clinging to him, warned mile away, flowing between leagues ot dwarfs, whoso mummies hero and cial product Is to bo preferred becauso by shouts to hurry, I stripped the har- forest, was tho broad Ohio, Its waters thero found, preserved by tho stono it saves the time nnd labor of preparness and hoisted her onto tho baro silvery In the sun. I turned to her dust for centuries, nro clad in woven ation and because It I usually moro and pointed. clothes, and ornamented with gay back. Even a this was accomplished uniform. Tho most widely usod com"At last, Itene," I cried, forgetting. feathers nt neck nnd waist. . mercial form Is known as "Illack the head of that shrieking mob was on "We are safe now; seo! Thero Is tho man ot this j The remains of an adult Leaf-10.us; one brute grabbed her by the arm Tbu tobacco spraying may river." people measured only 23 inches In seeking to pull her down, and I struck be used nlonu or It may be combined eyes and looked. Sho lifted her height, and tho doors and windows of him with all tho force I had. Then I with tint nrsenate of lead "Yes, monsieur." their homes In tho rock nro hardly pasran forward, clamping tho horso by tho application that should bit given for ' "Why do you ever speak to mo In sable by a girl. I.lko tho scab, codling moth and curcullo about bit, crunching our way, heedless of who opposed or blocked our passage. that tone? You answer mo always as dwarf temples of Yucatan ot which this time. When It Is desirable to If you were my servant." I.o l'longeon wrote so entertainI And they uso tho "Illack r, mdo way for us; even In without "Your servant!" Sho was looking at ingly hovel, mansion, fortress, nnd Twig Infested with green aphis. their blind terror, they swept aside me now. "Am I the addition of soap will greatnot, monsieur?" intomplo, seem like toys mado with to escape being trampled under tho ly aid the spray lu spreading over tho "Of couno you arc not. You are Unite pains for tho children ot n romoto ' The life history ot tho green uphls , animal's hoofs, and left before us a put that In your head? past; indeed, nn antiquity fixed by tho Is iilto complex, Small, shiny, black lenviis. if combined with froe; whatever clear path. first dllutu the to thu reI haven't known what to think, what best authorities nt least as far back eggs aro "The Cufotd Hound; 80 You Were a I looked eagerly for some plc la laid In tho fall usually on the quired strength and then add tho Prlsonsr?" which to turn aside, saw the faint to do since we have been together. ns G.000 years ago. National Maga- - tips of twigs under the bud scnltisand "Illack I.oaf-10nt the rate of ono Hack on the Maumce I I thought you zlno. myself. Hero, Simmons, Cnnloy, lash traeo of an Indian trail, seemingly on roughentxl areas of the branch. part to SOO or 1)00 parts of tho dlltUod loved me." those skulkers Into tho road tbre, leading down tho bank of tho stream, About the time tho leaves aro begin-- solution. "I do love you, monsieur." while wo clear a path." ul to burst forth in the spring thu and, with Instant decision, turned Into Shows How Carelessness Costs. Tho nphls takes advantage of tho "You you Iovo me," I stammered. I sprang forward with tho others In It. I walked tho horxo now, and Iteno appear. They aro small, curled leavei, thereby protecting Itself In n big storo thu general manager aphides "And yet bear yourself as you do?" response to swift orders. Wo mado eat up straight, and fastened her disgreenish yellow Imrcts. and are luual-- ' from anv of lix niiiinl .n,inim n i. "Yes, monalcur; how else could I recently Instituted n plan tending to I ly found on the woods and plunged Into tholr arranged hair. The narrow trail led tho under side of the of little use to spray after the lnavo eliminate, poor handwriting among tho I am an Incnaa." shadows. There was a flerco, mad through dense thickets and about a do? You aro white; company's employes. When errors or leaves. As tho seaiou advances and are badly curled becauso It Is nlmost "Is that all! You think that makes struggle faco to face, bayonets and slight hill; In flvo minutes we were delays occur In getting out orders their numbers Increase, they spread Impossible to reach tho nphls In Its olubbed muskots, knlvos and toma- out of sight of the road, alono In the It different? Itene, I love you; out through inability to road tho order to tho nearby stems, leaves aud ' leafy folds If t hi) lnavna nrn 1itat yonder Is my home; I would take you hawks. St. Clair, on an artillery horso, wilderness. To tho right through branches. starting to curl, a spray applied with thero; I would say to thoso who know slips ho summons all clerks who havo led the way. Wo swept tho front of tree was the glimmer of tho river. The Insect that hatches from tho great force Into tho foldi whero tho been careless In that respect to tho the broad road cloar, the impetuosity The horso panted heavily, and tho way me hero Is my wife." tggs In the spring Is known as th plant lice are working will bo effectyour wife!" was assembly room at tho closo of tho day. "stem mother," because Thero "lour ot oir rockiest) charge forcing the was rough. Thero was blood I noticed sho Is thu ive. Kor best results an angle nozzlo Thero all Incorrectly and poorly writstartled savages Into full retreat. now, on hlB flank, and he limped slight- doubt, questioning in her eyes. ten checks nro flashed by n stereop- - mothc- aphid of all tho future genera- Is to bo preferred to tho ordinary les, of course; how could you tlcon upon a large screen, Then we dropped to our knees, loading ly as he walked. I staggered and and In each tions produced during the summer straight nozzle becnuso It will bo cas-le- r and firing to hold the advantage. Be- reeled from weariness, feeling reac-- , think otherwise?" 1. ... to reach . .1 .... .... instanco tho employes aro told how P'td fall. Sho produces her young nt, ! !,., iuuu:ur. "u vuuiu 1 kUUWi much tho carelessness has cost tho alive and later on, In succeeding gen- leaves whero tho under sldo of the hind us, Into the open road, surged tho Hon from r,llnn.nl tho plant llco nro at ' "ow could I believe? I was an Indian "... . havo"":'; mob of men, fighting on we erations, winged forms appear that work, J. H. Carmody, Department of covered two girl, a Wyandot It Is not eo the wblto storo and what steps had boon neces- aro able to mlgratu to other and crowding, beginning their long miles, wandering in and out among the hosts. Horticulture, Ky. Kxpt. Station. sary to rectify tho troublo. As nil tho race back to the Ohio. It was a sick- low hills. No sounds reached us, and men come to our villages. I have seen checks nro numbered each clerk knows them tho the traders of ening sight, the white, ghastly faces, as wo came Into a narrow ravine, when his careless work Is being mado THE SEED CORN MAGGOT AND In contact with each grain. Thon the wounded limping along, the bru- promising concealment, I released my France. They take with tho strong tho subject of tho Illustrated criticism, spread out to dry before planting. It OTHER INSECTS ATTACKING go away. and tal acta ot fear, and over all the cease- grasp on tho bit and staggered back hand, you then laugh, and will bo ready In about twclvo hours. SPROUTING CORN. camo and graspod mo, and nnd as a result few examples ot Then less cries and profanity. I caught ngalnst the bank. It has been proved In this division of Mademolsello and poor writing now aro In said get Into the canoe. I tried to not glimpses ot women among tho seeth- slipped from her seat and hastened to Complaints of Injury to germinating tho experiment station that no harm go, but you said yes, I must You evidence nnd the delivery nnd filling ing mass, hustled and thrown tinder too. by a small footless maggot results to the corn from this trexi. you spoko of orders havo been greatly facilitated. seed corn "You are worn out, monsieur, did not ask me, monsieur havo recently reached the station, and '"'"it foot In the mad terror. The sight of stern, angry. I was frightened, I dare on examination tho mischief proves to A further suggestion may bo mado: them brought back to me the remem-branc- wounded V say no, so I did as you said I was "Worn out, yet, but nothing has not be the work of tho abovo Insect. It Is Maggots of this sort aro moat likely ot Rene. Was she also crushed your prisoner; you had taken me as thu young of a small gray fly rcsum- - lo attack enfeebled seeds, duo either In that mob, fleeing tor life, or was touchod mo savo a blow or two. I I tho warriors of the Wyandots tako tho niing in a general way tho house fly, to unruvoroblo soil conditions or to she still In the cook tent, trembling think we can rest now." maidens ot tho OJIbwas." nnd belonging to the snmo Insect 1110 use or moldy sood corn. Some of as ebe stared out helplessly on tho "Then if that waa so, why did you order, but very much smaller. Tho the Injured soed corn showa evident stricken field? I turned and ran, heed-los- s not leave mo that night the IndlanB maggots work Into tho sprouting corn, traces of a pink fungus (a KuBarlum). ot all else, plunging through the passed us In camp?" ILLUSTRATED 320 PAGES often along tho germ, nnd once Inside which Is frequently ohsorved on oars stream of fugitives, plowing a passago Her cheeks flamed. devour tho substance so as to weakon of corn grown In tho stato. Such corn with my bulk. I had dono my duty "I I cuold not, monaleoj- - I lored Tells nil about sex matters; what or destroy tho young plant. Speclmons Is llkoly to germlnnte feebly now I must save her! you." and to young men and wouicn, young wives "And now? now you will go with and husbands and all others need to sent to tho experiment station from become tho proy of Insects. Cara CHAPTER XXV. me down there a prisoner no longer, know about the sacred laws that govern llarrodsburg and Maysvlllo aro about taken to avoid corn bearing tho mold, of an Inch long, yellowish-white- , nnd treatment beforo planting with forces, l'laln truths of m the sex but :ny own?" the body blunt behind and ta- tar, should greatly help In avoiding life in relation to happiness In marriage. The Retrtat "Always and forever?" "Secrets" of manhood and womanhood; pering to tho front, tho mouth pro- this maggot and also other pests which I bad no faith I should find her "Always and forever," I answered sexual abuses, social evil, dlieaiei, etc. vided with two black hooks, the tips proy upon germinating corn. H. there, but I fought my way through to gravely. lhe latest, most advanced and Head of Division of Entomology of which, protruding from the mouth the tent It bad been knocked halt Thoro was somothlng new, wonderwork that has ever been and notxny, Kentucky Uiporlment over, the camp store overturned, tho ful In tho depths of the dark eyes that ssued on sexual hrglene. l'rlcelens In opening, can be seen with a band Thero aro no legs, Its means Stntlon. long bench smashed Into kindling looked Into mine. I saw hor hands struction for those who are ready for the of getting about being by a somewhat wood. With sinking heart I flung clasp tho whlto cross at her throat, true Inner teaching. KEEP8 THE CHICKS HEALTHY. back tho sagging canvas, and cast ono then they wero held out to me. Ibis book telM nurse, teachers, doc labored wriggling. This Insect attacks a good many glance within. As heaven witnesses, "I am so glad, monsieur," in said tors, lawrrm oreachers. social workers. a good outdoor run on clean, froah Sunday School teachers and all others, other plants besides corn In cultivated sho stood there, the blanket still MCOr, "so gladl' young and old, what all need to know ground, and Is especially common and grass will do more than anything else wrapped about her, her bands graspTUB smx to keep tho chicks healthy and It pays about tcx matters, llr Wlntleld Scott Injurious to onions, beets ing a rifle, her faco turned toward and hemp,, Hall, I'll. li M. I). (Leipzig). ma, Unconsciously her lips gave utand is thus likely to bo common In to movo thorn to a frosh place as often BANANA CAUSED A GUN BATTLE. corn following these crops. It Is not as Is necessary to koep tholr run. terance to a cry ot relief, and her Newspaper Comments to bo regarded as ono of the most clean. changed. I sprang forward, Mllner, Ca. Homer Maddox and Chicago serious corn pests, however, Its 'Scientifically correct." 'eager, glad. Harry Harry are dead, as a rosult of Tribune. "Accurate and up to date." lu cornflolds "Rene, you are beret" I cried out. being occa- DEVELOPING THE COLT8 PAYS. Tress. "Standard book sional and Its depredations gun battle fought on the street here, 1'hlladelphla --Why did you stay?" generally Ledger, following a quarrel over one banana of knowledge." Thlldelnhla Nothing on the farm pays mora In local. "It was the word ot monsieur," she Itobsrt Harry, a brother of tho dead The New York World says ; "l'laln answered simply. "Monsieur said stay Where it Is giving trouble, tt la sug- cash returns than so treating the neeu or ougni 10 truths for Harry, Is under arrest, accused of tbi know tlicm those who till he come." for the prevention of evils," gested that the corn used for replant- young colts that they will develop Into murder of Dr. Maddox. The Darrj "Yes, yes, I know; but I neHr Under plain wrapper lor only 11.00. ing be treated with coal tar us fol- the most valuable animals that their brothers conduct a store and Harrj Coin or Money Order postage tenctnts lows; Soak the seed com for a couple peculiar composition will allow. thought ot this; never dreamed' tt Uarry accused Dr. Maddox ot taking extra. such a defeat. Out there Is no tlsae to of minutes In warm water, then stir banana. Maddox demanded an apology waste in talk. There Is nothing to (to I among It quickly a couple of tsaspoon-(ul- a Th disk tkat doM not tiara Reeled From VVatrV and when It was BUwered and MIAMI PUBLISHING CO. refused shot Darri tut run for It now. Come, lassl" ot coal tar so as to bring a little kMrtly to ths draft Km. Ore time's. Daytoa, OWo - HWore she realised what Ex-poct- of SiClair's Defeat PANDALL PARR ISH ILLUSTRATED D.J. LAVIN JJ A Romance tie IQRE3T of r Then It occurred to ra, tfeoacfet had swept Into my mind one . . we naa no provisions, ueiorw no chanco to get away and wo dara not boot, nor build a lire. "What to It, monslearr wny, we have nothing to oat. iieno," i admitted reluctantly. "It to a long Journey to the Ohio, and how are we to keep from starring T Faith I but I am near that now." 8ho stood beforo me, slender, erect, tho blanket drapod about hor, her eyes that .. That of the Ancient Mexicans 8urly the Most Infamous Recorded In History. FRUIT GROWERS SHOULD GIVE THEIR ATTENTION TO GREEN APPLE APHIS o ...-.,.- s d d , ..,.,. ! ,, 71 pro-pare- w 1 I.t ! I llmtt-sulfu- r half-grow- llmo-sulfu- -' lime-sulfur- lime-sulf- " I J 11 panic-stricke- n ..ir: .ii ' r 1 red-coat- 41 caro-Icssne- ss o SEXUAL KNOWLEDGE I ono-flft- Oar-ma- n, mag-nlfle- I June 25, 19H. TUB CITIZEN Few promises faithfully kept is tho part of wisdom Ex. THE IDEAL WOMAN true. Rtm would bo perfectly There would bo no deception or in sincerity In her. In every rclafnrt of life bIio would bo found faithful, mm would bn nerfectly nuro. not only In deed and word but in thought Page- Boven. - IN THE HOME M'jBf 404OfO404O4HO4O4040400KH0IOf0404OKK04O4040404Off New Indian Animal Stories How the Rattlesnake Kilted the Sun's Daughter u m SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door By JOHN M. OSKISON Berea's Vocational Schools g and heart. She would put herself last. In her heart Christ would bo on tho throno and self on tho cross. would take the place of self-wi- ll. She would bo serviceable. Her bauds would reach out in loving suffering, every helpfulness to needy crcaluro Willi whom sho camo VERSE TOn THIS WEEK In touch, and no sorvico would bo Just to let thy Father do too slight. What lie will; . She would bo clothed with humor Just to know Unit He is true, ility. No pride And ho still; would uiar the beauty of tho things JiipI tu trust Mini, this Is nil; sho did. Then tho day will stiivly be She would bo pontic in speech. Peaceful, whatsoe'er befall, Prom her lips would rome no harsh Bright and blessed, calm nml free. words to wound the hearts that 1'. II. Havcrgnl. were nearest and dearest to her. She would be personally attracShe would gioriry lior Mastive. KEEP FAITH WITH THE CHILD ter by proving that He can make Ills followers beautiful with more than Kwp finth with tho chililt Mnny parents wh'j would not earthly fairnoss. Sho would be nnniilnr. Hut the think of breuking lliulr words when glvou in promise to a friend aro hosts of friends whom sho would rariih'sx nhout Keeping f'Uth 'draw would not stand hotween hor and her Lord. Itntbor, sho would with their children. Promise slinihl not ho lignily draw them nearer Him. She would love pleasure, knowing lirokeu. and tho pnront who is guilty of Hie hnliil soon logos tho Hint Christ would want her to bo ooiiIMpih happy. Hut her good times would of a child. 'llie en of juMiro is strong tu a be of .such a charnctor that Christ IIUIh child; pwinis's repeatedly would Im n sharer in them. More than all sho would be conbroken fouler in linn a seine of that grows into bittornoss, sistent. Her life would sipiare with nmkin itcaiM Imnl to ernso on tho her profssoion. So she would walk triumphantly ir.iinl it ml heart. Something promised to a child is the wa of the holy cross, glorying big to him. however diiiiiuutivc it in her diiM'ipleslup, and sho would may ho to the parent or other llually receive tho royal crown Hint grown-uand a disappointment He shall give to tlioso who overwtups his whole life for tho time come. Homo and Farm. boini;. Self-contr- ol self-conc- eit ul-tu- 'ly p. OO0O0fHHO4Of04HO4O40OHO40OOOO4HOtm Training that ndds to your moncy-cnrninpower, combined with general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commercial. FOR YOUNG LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, ws can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course For those who arc not expecting to loach nnd who aro not going thru College, but desire .more general education. This is Just the thing for those preparing for nictlcal studies or oilier professions without a college course. II ntao gives tlio host general education for those who wish a good start in study and expect to carry it on oy themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives tlio very best training for thoso who expect to teach. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through ths summer and fall and attend school through tho winter and spring, thus earning money to kecpright on in their courso of study. Read Dinsmorc's grca't book, "How to Teach n District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is tho straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Hirtory and all preparatory subjects. The Academy i3 now Dcrea's largest department. Color This Picture to Suit Yourself. (Copyright. 19H. 6th Door Berea College Qusstions Answered THE LAND OF cine men, ho told them that tho only thing to do wns to send some one up to tho houso of the daughter of tho sun to kill tho sun vshen sho stopped thero for dinner. And tho wlso tredl-clnmen said they would do that. Ij'or a long time, tho wlso mcdlclno men talked about who would bo best to send, and finally they decided that tho copperhead snnko and the snako ought to go, for they And tho boys would como Into tho would bo suro to kill tho sun If they they beheld tlio wlii'ii tlimticli tho bit her. crow of the wrecked ntilp cllnglns to house and beg tho old man who had So tho copperhead and tho pcrlsn unions called them In to tell about tho tlmo Lnow they nml tho went and hid themselves just tho rattlesnake was sent up to kill tho In time. help coulil reac h them sun, but only succeeded In killing tlio outsldo tho door of tho houso of tho with tho 2. JuineH wild he would sun's daughter. This la tho way It daughter of tho sun whllo tho sun was was -- . when til work In ttie lnsldo eating dinner. Hut when tho was: 3. Will hml the or memorandum sun stepped out, sho was so red and he No. 1770. Chanda. moment nnd tremhled In that tlmo tho sun had no homo nt the spreadlng-adde- r snako My Drill I nn animal Hhould forget wuiie luiimrtiiiit Hem. nt all, but had to keep traveling up tho angry that tho Small anil wild; tleorge that he sky from tho east and down tho sky was blinded nnd all ho could do was to I heard Andrew i. yellow slime up It will II from a dog; keeier. who put In tho west and under tho earth while swell as bo and spit out day when bo Is to the paid the Alio from a clilM. does to this . day after day and day Just It was dark the money In the stirred. And when tho copperhead My aeroml tnl men wtuxe diameter, like after day. r. They saw that tho spreadlng-addeWill wrnr with rrMi couldn't nevwell. They Und good . nlvtny Hut tho daughter of tho Bun had a do anything, he ran away. Tl worn tiy all From baby to brlil. er lenrnod the art of pulling, no com nlco Iioubo right up In tho tnlddlo of Then tho wlso medicine men had to monly practiced ainoni; polltletniiK. tho sky, and every day tho sun would como together again and find another My two Jolnrtl togcthrr every day messenger to send up (o tho houso of stop thero for dinner. And srow. In the Kanlrn ! la It vrKrlolle or flower! tho sun and tho sun's daughter would tho daughter of the sun. This tlmo No. 1773. Postman's Puizle. Bolvo tlila and you'll kno A dealer lis liread. cnkeH nnd pastry havo a dlsputo about bow tho people It was tho rattlesnake who went, and received n letter which ennbled him to on tho earth looked. Tho sun said ho colled down light beside tho door, No. 1771. RiddU. handle money In large nniounts. that tho peoplo were ugly, for they with his eyes closed. And when he Pruy notice my ubiquity; n letter whlrh screwed up their faces when they A parent received heard some ono coming out of tho At horn In every land. chnngiH) him Into n wn nymph. looked up at her; but tlio sun's houso bo sprang like a flash of lightAlthouch or great antiquity, by hand. received n letter nnd wns daughter said that tho peoplo were ning and struck. I'm nude each A prophet rhnnged to an nnlmal smiling and handsome for sho never nut It was tho daughter of the sun I cannot run to catch you A cavalryman who lost a letter was y. went out of ber houso until tbe sun who bad como out, and so It was she Willi but ono foot, you I match you cbnngeil to a fnhulous monster. was down past tho edgo of tbe west. who was killed. As soon as ho had In one I've my clotlita put on each day. An Indlvldunl ntelved a letter which and then tho peoplo could look at ber struck, tho rattlesnake came back to without squinting their eyes. My head na'er achei, aa yours may do. mnde hi in Iiuko nnd Ignohle. man and said that ho had done hU One of the Arynn rnce received a letNor can 1 nod and beck. And tho sun would get angry and work. Hut no on would eipect mo to, which mnde him a houdman. ter shine down on tbo earth so hot that At first, the people did not know Uecauae. t linva no neck. A compositor received a letter which the peoplo would swelter, and many that the rattlesnako had killed the mnde him a fast runner. I pray ou camo and see ma. of th.n becamo sick. That pleased daughter of tho sun Instead of tho At homo all day I bide. the sun. but It did not please tho sun's sun herself, and so the people all Hut evening I am dreamy No. 1774. Word Square, daughter, who was friendly with man. thanked tbo rattlesnake and said that And ortcn occupied. 1. Vocnl music In general Bo the sun's daughter sent a message they would never harm him. And so 2. Above, In place. Baying that the llttlo people of tbe to this day men who know will not dis No. 1772. Vowsl ChanQSt. 3. Tho river on which the capital of woods (tho Yunwl Tsunsdl) would ten turb tho rattlesnake, and the rattle Kmmplc: The man tolJ his son to to tho box ftUHHla Is situated. man how to stop tho heat sickness. snake does not btto man unless ho is the wlru nml form a 4. To snntoh. When tho chief or the Yunwl bothered. that hold thn hv the MrClure Syndicate ) News-pHpt- T Tsunsdl camo to tseo tho wlso medi- This is tho crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. tlmo ngo, when the sun was hot overhead, tho old men would cull Into tho to tho llttlo hoys to shado aad stop playing, for a tlmo. "Tho old lady Sun Is stopping at tho houso of her daughter for dinner," they would Bay, "and you better wait till plio Is on her way toward tho cool land In tho West beforo you go out Answer: lU'iid. Imnil. html, lionil. ticartrctnllng slsjbt again." 1. It wns a o spread-Ing-add- - - spread-lag-add- DEUEA, FIUKM1 OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College wit'i affiliated schools, 13 not a money-makin- g institution. It requires ccrtai'i fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn nnd save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect tho character and reputation of the young people. Our students coma from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For any who may bo sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra its PUZZLEDOM. - - - r - ly rct charge. All except thoso with parents in Berea live in College buildings, and many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuabla training and getting pay according to tho vauo of their labor. Except in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is the 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. LIVING EXPENSES arc really below cost. Tlio Colh-gasks no rent for the lino buildings in which stu louts live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without colTce or extras, $1.35 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 guarantea 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 cars 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 f VOCATIONAL AMD FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL COLLKOB Incidental Fee Room f 6.00 5.60 $ 8.00 7.00 $ 7.09 7.00 9.4& $23.40- - Board 7 weeks i i war L? tr Daddy 's Bedtime Story The Story of The Gun Metal Watch. Borne men propose to a girl on their knees and some on their uppers. Suspicion always find what It's looking for It It only looks long enough. FOR YOUR DEN Beaatifvl CotUtePei "J Room f- - Amount due ScpL 16, 1914... Board 7 weeks, duo Nov. 4, 1014 Total for term Incidental Fee Board 6 weeks 9.45 $20.05 9.4 $29.60 9.46 122,46 9.46 $31.90 9.46 $S2.9 WINTER TERM $ 6.00 0.00 9.00 $ 6.00 7.20 $ 7 JO The Little Qlrl Wors II With Pride had often said she would lore to have a wrist watch, and she of it again to daddy because she bad Just aeeu a llttlo girl a lovely bright silver ono. "You will navo to ask Bantn Claus about that," Mid daddy. "Yea," aald Uelyn, "but Christmas docs seem to be pretty far away, and I lake summer so much that I don't want to tbluk of Christmas now." "We'll be glad to think of It some months later, though," said Jack. "Speaking about watches," said daddy, "remluds me of a very rich little girl who owned a gun metal wrist watch. It kept very bad time, and she had tad It mended again and again. "Om day she went and bad It fixed for the 'very last time,' she said, and several days afterward the watcb would not go for more than a half hour at ttee. She took It back to the watch mender and was told that the out; (Mag that could bo done would bo to have new works put In It "Dot when abe heard that sho would have to have new works In ber watch abe was ao annoyed that abe threw the watch Into the first ash cau EVELYN Yale and Harvard, each 9 In. 24 in Princeton, Cornell, Michigan Dont use flattery with Its fall Each 7 In. x 21 in. strength. Dilute It with a little tact All lwt nutlliv felt with felt head- Many a guilty person escapes be Incr. treamrrs. letters and maieat ex ne M too small to do ecuted In nroner colors. This intended niinrtlnent tent oostnald for Ko cents Tne fellow who cuts off his bobs to nnd 5 stamps to pay pottage. Send now spits ale face can't very well blow COMPANY SPECIALTY HOWARD about It Dayton, Ohio 9.00 $22.20 9.90 $31.20 9.9 IM $80.90 Amount duo Jan. 6, 1015 9.00 Board 6 woeks due Feb. 17, 1016 $KS.M 9.99 Total for term $29.00 $3U9 This does not include tbe dollar deposit aor esoaey for books er Uandry. Special Expenses Basiaese. The Central and Eastern Kentucky Real Estate and Timber Agency Solicit Your Patronage All persons, any place, wishing to sell or invest in property ol any kind, in the best town in the state (that's Derea you know), Farm lands in the garden spot of tne world, (that's- Central Ken- OF BEREA, KY. ate saw. "Well, there passed by a very poor, dirty little girl. On, the top of the ash can she spied a paper with funny pictures, and she grabbed the paper cet of the ash can, and then, to her aniawunent, she saw tho little watch, "She ran all tbe way home to show It to ber daddy, for ber daddy bad often mended watcbee for people Just as fuvors, as bis real business was a rrolt dealer. "When her dddy saw. It be said: " This watch baa been fussed with ao much that It la no wonder It refuse to go. I will see that it goes.' And sure enough be did, The watcb we'ut beautifully, and the little poor girl wore her gain metal watcb with the greatest pride. "Every one bad to ask her tbe time, of course, every few m)nates to she could look at ber watch, and If they didn't ask ber the time often enough abe would tell them 'of ber own accord. "Now, the little rich girl was given a gold watch as a present from ber daddy, but It didn't give half, the picas ore that tbe little gun metal watch gave the little girl whose very p own daddy mended the waUtH fee her. i u ml a haa. l I hail il.l wm.Ka i. thing she ever eipectcd to own, tnoagfc her daddy ,al wa;e ove ber ever?- 1 tucky too), Mineral, Timber Lands or Timber Propositions, in 6ne of the richest sections in the United States itf nat ural 'resources ( that's Eastern Kentucky also ), or a like proposition in any other part of God's country (that's the South Land sure) the opening of is going to turn thSe investing tide the world's greatest water-wa- y Inst list with us, and give us your orders, and we'll do the rest. n. No, not altogether lor the fun of it," but a very: reasonable coiw-misilo- A Square Dsal. is Our Motto No Trade Made. No Money PaU Phone No. 150, J. W. HOSK1NS, Mgr. ST.99 9.90 7.M 10.60 Typewriting, with one hour's use 1190 1.99 0.90 7.00 of instrument Com. Law, Com. Geo., Com. 1.40 1.60 149 Arith., or Penmansaip, eaek... 2.19 In no case will special Business Fees exceed '$16.00 per term. young man or young wcauut can get an edscaUea at d Any Berea If there is the will to do so. It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring aad kave a full year of continuous study. Many young people wast time la Us public schools going over and over the same things, when they aaight Improving much faster' by coming to Berea and iMUjg la on new studies with some of the best young men and women from other counties and states. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that thsv ere above IB years old, Itf good health, and of ;eod' character. This may be slcneel ftYQotoe- former Berta studeM or seWie reliable teacher or neighbor. ThVuie brtobacco Is strictly forbleWen, Pall Term opcne September' 16", 19H.' Gl RtWry For Information or friendly advice write to the Beereiwy, Bookkeeping (retrdlar cburso).... Business course studies for students In other aepartmenU: StetMfrapfcy Stenography and Typewriting.... Bookkeeping (Urief course). Fmh $14.00 14.00 7.00 Wi'nUr $i2L00 12.90 Sfring $;0.W 19.90 $.99 TM $199 19.99 9J0 able-bodie- - MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Pane Kifht I Juno Nathanton Nalhanton, Juno 20. Died, Mrs, James Evans from cancer last Wed nesday. She was burled at the old homo place near Green Hall Thurs day. Died, Mrs. J. 0. Rico of Ross Creek, formerly of Clay County, last Wednesday and brought to this placo for burial Thursday. D. G. Wood and his sister, Maud, went to Boono-vil- lo Thursday. Tho latter will lako tho teachers examination at thai place. Mrs. Ibbio Clark left on Thursday of last week for an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Delaney, of Jackson Breathitt Co. Mrs. Fanney Picrson, who has been employed for some months in Jack son, Breathitt County, has returned home. Mrs. J. A. Hunter of Anvlilo and Mrs. Henry Smith of Egypt caino n few days ago to sec their sister, Mrs. Martha J. Hurst, of this place, who was taken seriously ill but is now some better. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. 25, 1914. Don't say Flour to your merchants, say "I want Zaring's Patent Flour" then you are sure of the best biscuit. Monday. to bo done. A now nowspapcr lias to cently gone into operation at Boonovllle, kno,vn as tho Owsley County convenes al Dooncvillo There Is unite a lot of business GARRARD COUNTY East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else to aot tot pablicatioa, MMnwp4Me FMtil aal kit at u hMmm (lfMd Is fmU by tk wrttn. TM Mint f pxxl taltt. WrtU pUiJj. JACKSON COUNTY Manlden Maulden. Juno 20. Ilalpli Farm er, who has been visiting liomc folks for some time, left Thursday mo Ifith. for Lexington, Ky. Ilobcrl Akmon and wifo of Annvillc visited relatives at this place tlio past Sun day. Luoy Moore went to Mr, Bowles on Saturday of last week to lmvn dental work done. Opal, the littlo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. S, McOeorge, is on the sick list. Kirby Knob Kirby Knob, Juno 21. Sunday school was organized at this place Jnsl Sunday. It will bo held at 3 o'clock p. in. Everybody is invited to attend and to help have a good Sunday school the remainder of the year. Miss Saitr. Kirby has been seriously ill for the last two weeks Lavada and Stella Wild of Clover Bottom visited their sister, Mrs, Click, Saturday night. Elmer Church services failed to be hold both at White Spring and this place the third Saturday and Sunday. Corn crops are looking very prosperous at present through this section but oat crops are almost a failure. Henry Click has been seriously ill for a few days. Sand Gap Grayhawk Grayliawk, June 18. There was a good rain last night which was badly needed. Wheat harvest on now and it is tolerably good. Mr. Shcr-de- n Beckncl paid his uncle J. B. Bingham a visit a few days last week. He is just back from the army and says there is no place like old Kentucky. Miss Moore and Mrs. Martin have returned to the hospital at Grayliawk to resume their work. We are glad to have them como back. Mr. James Robinson of Lancaster has been in Grayliawk for a few days buying sheep and cattle. Mr. W. P.. Englo our hustling merchant, has just' been lo Henderson, Ky., where he bought a carload of wagons which lie will sell at reasonable prices. Tho Ilev. Itagan came to Grayliawk He and preached Sunday night. says we will nave the Ilev. John Mason and the Rev. A. D. Bowman of Island City to preach the rest of tho year. Can any of the readers of The Citizen give me tho address of W. T. Oldham. If you can I would be obliged. J. B. Bingham. Isaacs Isaacs, good June 20. Wc had a rain Wednesday night which Sand Cap, June 22. Crops are looking line. Sunday school at this place is progressing well. Edward and Jesse Durham attended church .tt White Spring yesterday. Died John recently of tuberculosis, He is survived by a Bcckman. wife and six children who have our Franklin sympathy. ,ofound CUmmons, of Denver, Colo., a civil war veteran is spending the summer Mlh his relatives at this place. Mr. Clcmmons was born and reared in Kentucky and left hero nearly fifty years ago, having never returned until the present time. Married recently at the respective homes of the brides, Miss Carrio Hammond to Jacob Hrockman and Miss Bertha Williams to Leonard Clemmons. Claud Lunsford and family are visiting relatives at Dreyfus. Mrs. Sarah Durham visited her sons, C. S. and W. B. Durham of Happy Parrot Heights, last week. C. S. Durham Parrot, June 20. Born to Mr. and was surveying on Travis last week. Florence Durham is on the sick Mrs. Henry Cornelius last week a boy called Eldon. Richard Price list. lefl last week for Hamilton, O. Mr. and Mrs. Leandrow Cabbard inCarico tended church at River Hill SaturCarico, June 22. We are having day and Sunday. Miss Laura Vegetasome very dry weather. Combs continues very poorly-M- rs. bles are all about ruined. Mr. John John McDowell has returned homo Sbelton, who has been sick so long visiting her parents Mr. and is some better. Mr. Henry Evans of Mrs. . M. Sparkman, m their Lite is sick. It is feared ho has ty- - home in Rockcastle county-- Mr.' phoid.T-T- he littlo son Lawrence o Sparkman and family rucently Orbin Smith was kicked by a mulo J.nch-!lnniromth.s plaee.-- Le( Sunday and hurl very badly. There er has been on tho sick list fo. lie will bo a meeting at Flat Top tho past week.-Sey- cral from this nlaue 28th of June conducted by Bro. Or-in.- lt attended Mat Top Sunday. of Clay county. All are cor-- Mr. and Mrs W. M Cunag.n, J.- dially invited to come. Mr. Gilbert nave move, mi wm nouso rece.a- Ileynolds of McWhortcr was visiU ly vacated by Uevolund Angel near ing relatives of this place last week. M. Cunagin after Seven Pines.-- W. Mr. S. It. Hobcrts has had nine a successful operation a LoirnvHlo bee hives this summer and saved for appendicitis, has returned homo, them all. The little baby of RobMrs. Cosby Colo has been visiting ert Tussoy is very ill at present. relatives on I'oiiti creek anu ai Ann Mrs. Lcalha Tussey was visiting her in 0 for the past few days. Grant daughter, Mrs. Levi Cabbard, SaturBurnliaui has recovered from an at-- 1 day and Sunday. tack of typhoid fever. p( 1 was very much appreciated by ev erybody. Farmers are all well up with (heir work. Mr. Otis Howard has gone to Cincinnati to work Mr. W. H. Davis of this place and Miss Mintie Harris of Clay county were married Thursday. We w!ih them much joy. The littlo daugl.t- er of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Johnson lien Wednesday, wo exlena our sympathy Sunday to them. A school will be organized at Pigeon Roost tomorrow at 9:30 a. m. Ev erybody invited to attend. Sunday school at Green Hill has adjourned John for a month's vacation. Brewster has the contract to ercjt George Pennington's new store house near York's shop. Mr. and Mrs. F. Brewer arc visiting relatives at this place. Annie Brewer and Sarah Davis were guests of Mrs. Ellen Settle Thursday. Dan Moore's baby is very sick. Sai ah Roark visited her mother, Mrs. Mary Mcintosh, Sunday. Martha Baldwin and M. J. Davis visited Mrs. G. P. Hacker Sunday. . I ' ROOFING ROOF REPAIRING PAINT ROOF PAINTING Berea School of Roofing HENRY LENGFELLNER, Manager Tinihop on Jackson Street, Berea, Ky. Phone 7 or 187 Diapntanta and cookery, free. AddreM Royal Disputanla, Juno 22. Wc arc very Baking Powder Co., New York. terry lo report tho death of Uncle John Anglin which occurred on tho night of the 17lh. Ho leaves a wifo and several children and friends, to mourn his loss. Mr. Clel Young's PriiKn'Mlwa ft V. White, baby tiled last week. P. W. Shearer William Heck, Louisville; has been very sick but is some bet FEDERALS SPRING A Cliarle? Oardncr, Louisville. ter now. There has been a proSeventh District tracted meeting going on at Clear Congressman, J. Democrats SURPRISE ON REBELS Campbell Cantrill, (leorKctown; Creek for the last two weeks with five additions. It was conducted by Claude M. Thomas, Paris. MADISON COUNTY Bro. Rhodes mid Miss Hartley of Eighth District Dreyfus OVER IN LEADERS IN West Virginia. Many attended the Progressives Warner W. Jesse, Dreyfus, June 22. Farmers arc ABILITY TO MASS REDEL ARMY meeting. Bro. Rhodes and Miss Shelbyville; .1. F. Iloltzclaw, LanFOR 2ACATECAS ATTACK. Hartley went from here to Hohtown getting along nicely with their caster. crops since they have been blessed to hold a series of meetings. Ninth District Democrats- - Congressman, J. W. Natera Lost 5.000 Men In Hit On 1'iehN, Olivo Hill; .1. W. Perry, West slaught Carrania Secures Release Lflieriy; J. P. Ilaney, West Liberty; of Juarez Employes. .1. S. Haley. Cmysnn; .1. Hoc Young; Wrutrrn Nrwspnprr t'nlon Nes IWvlc. Maysville. Itepublicaus J. (ilenu Ireland, Mexico. (Jen. Torreon, I'nnclio Villa's campaign against Mexico City Maysville; George Osborne, Greenup 1 was has been halted. Almost before the county. trudging one day down a dusty road rebel army wng fairly on Its way to While my back was curved under a bit of a load. Elovonth District tho Botith Its progress has been cluckAnd the way was long and my feet were sore, Itepubl leans Oonngresstnan Caleb ed by a wholly unexpected lulvanco powers, llarbourvllle: Senator Joe And my bones ached under the load I bore ; movement of federals, which coupled But 1 struggled on in the summer's heat ISoHwnrth, Middlesboro. with Inmitllclcnt rolling stock to trans Then, resting a bit I shouldered my load, Progressives John A. Creech, port tho more Ihnn 2Q.00O men and And wended my way down the dusty road. equipment tjulckly. anil the torn up Harlan; Charles IL Herd, Middles-bor- o; The morning stretched into the afternoon condition of the railroad, has seriously John II. Wilson, llarhotirville My Journ?y's end seemed as far as the moon ; interfered with Villa's plans. No iVimary, except for United Till at length a horse and a wagon drew near. A skirmish nt Cniera, 1!) miles from Stales Senator, will be held in the Zacatt'cas, which was reported to be a Sixth and Tenth congressional disAnd my heart revived with a spark of cheer. rebel victory, really was a surprise to But the man saw only his own small soul, tho robcls and served to check their trict. And the narrow way to his narrow goal, Only the Democrats will hold a progress. It did not. however, check And he whipped his horse to a guilty trot, the flight of the thoroughly demoral- primary in the Third appellate disThough the sand was deep and the day wa hot, ized forces of Ilebel (Sen. Natera, who trict for Judge of the Court of ApAnd he passed me by on the dusty road, nro Chief had been driven back from Zacatecan peals. The candidates And I sank still lower beneath my load, by Gun, Ilaron's federal troops with Justice J. P. Ilohsou, of Klizahclh-tow- u, Yet out of the dust came another man, of the loss practically of one-haand llollfn Hurt, of Columbia. Will) a grizzled beard and a cheek of tan, Natera's original army of more than Drawing for positions on tho priAnd he pulled up short, and he gayly cried : 8.000. mary ballot will he held Wednesday Advices reaching here from the " I say there, comrade, get in and ride I" a front say thu federals have sent strung afternoon at o'clock in the office of And he placed my bundle behind the scat, forces north from Zacnteras to meet Secretary of State ft 1'. Crecelius. And he said, ' Climb in here an' rest your feet ; and check tho rebel advance, and that 1 never pass by a man on the road, tho Htrcngth of the federal garrison if he's got a load." An' 'speshly, friend, at Zacatccas Is proving a surprise to CINCINNATI MARKETS And my feet were rested, my heart was light ; tho" rebels. And I blessed the driver who gayly cried : It was not realized by Villa how I say there, comrade, get in and ride " " completely Ren. Natera's Army was Corn New corn Is quoted as folAh I The world is full of d men vanquished In the assaults upon lows No. 2 white 77VjW78p. No. 3 Who need a slight lift every now and again, Natera really has but n rem- white "6HCt 7"Hc, No. i white 74 nant of his army left, and it Is And the angels can sec through the white cloud rift C754c, No. 2 yellow 74W7&C, No. 3 that he lost in killed, Injured yellow 74 ft 74 , No. 4 yellow 71 All the God-lik- e souls who give them a lift. 73e, No. 2 mixed 73(f74r. No. 3 mixed and captured fully fi.OOO men. The Iloston JleralJ. Zacacctns promises to be the sceno 72ij73e. No 4 mixed 707!c, mixed of a great battle. Already the rebels ear 7r.j77c, white ear 76p78c, yellow 77if7,Jc. are finding federal opposition every ear - No. 1 timothy HayS18.r.019, step of the way The main imrtlon of standard timothy $17.r0. No. 2 timarmy was not ready to mako othy J1G.50, No. 3 timothy $14. &0, No. Villa's 1 clover I13.CU, No. 2 clover JlliO. a general assault. OWSLEY COUNTY with so many good rains. Oats No. 2 white 42V40 3c, standpreached al tho FIRE TRUCK HIT STREET CAR. ard white 42tf424c, No. 3 white 41 Island City Ilev. Winkler 4114c, No. 4 white 40f41c. No. 2 mixIsland City, Juno 18. We havo Christian Church Saturday night. No. 3 Mr. Whit Jackson of Korea gave a been having some good showers of Oklahoma City. One fireman was ed 4014Jj41e, 38(3'.)e. mixed 4O04OV4C, 4 Sunday killed outright, two others died later No. mixed ruin but nut suilicient to wel tho very interesting lecture Wheat-N- o. 2 red 8890c, No. S ground. J. D. Chadwell will teach nighl, his lecture being "Our RighL nnd a scoie of other persons were se- red Uud92c. No. 4 red 80fD90c. riously Injured by the collision of a Ml Grnvo IIiih full. Eva to Prohibit Wrong." Poultr- y- Hem., old U.c. dojliKbt 16 In the roosters street fire (.,mdwc wi i(!h Ul0 gPa,lwl Sunday school is doing nicely with statetruck and building.car Thefront of car 3234c; 9c. sprlugurs, lMi lb and ovir lb, 2fi springers, under capltol street Chad-aftgood attendance. al vincent.-Mar- lha wan knocked off the track by tho fire 28c; young spring ducks, 2 lbs and wj lea(.h nt Moores 8cl()ol family woro wngon and overturned. The car was over, 18c; ducks, white, 10c; turkeys, Claude Lunsford and 9 lbs M oug(( 8(m ()f n visiting in Dreyfus over Sunday. filled with passengers, only a few of toins, 14c; hen turkeys,geese, and over, 14c; cull turkeys, 8c; 78c. fup , cx M ,oft n f(,w Reynolds was visiting Mrs. whom ebcaped Injury. Sallio Kggs Prime Urals 18Vc, firsts 17c, iIlslon.Wiii. Mays has just W. II. Johnson of Richmond last ordinary llrsts llic, seconds 14 He. U) week. DIVER DIES SEARCHING WRECK. fnm) a hmUwM r- Cattle Shippers I7.25tf8.2n, extra i..,,,.. $8..r0frS.C5; butcher steers, ultra 8.20 i,;,.,,,,,,,.,,! iiiuMiinniii. unit. iiiiint iiihv mi Gladys Johnson was visiting her 8.40, good to choice. JTifS.lfi; comHlmouskl, Quubec. Kfforts to recovtk u, , mjl account of grandmother last week. er bodies from the hull of thu sunken mon to fair $5.75(C,7r,; huiferB, extra ,m(J 8(;rviC(,K n ,,, Mid 0. Chas. Davis of Beoville, Texas, Mr. liner Kmpress of Ireland cost thu life 8.:i5(f 8.50, good to choice t7.7T8.25, pany wiin A. c. is spending his vacation al homo for of Diver Cossoboom, of New York, in common to fnlr $5.r(W7.2.r; cows, extra $G.5UCf G.G5, good to choice, $5.8S owIi Deputy Collector, havo a while. the employ of tho Quebec salvage G.40, common to fair $3.r05.7D; ccssful raid corps. S3.25(4.25. A N ANCIENT POEM whero Hulls llolognu $5.754?C.75, extra The following lines wero found a JG.Xf,, fat bulls $G.7n7. y captured four tlislillcrlcs ami PLEASURE LAUNCH CAPSIZES. years ago in a large anof ?9.7&pl0. fair to Calves - Kxtra two operators, Wes Monro and John number good nfi'J.M, common and largo tf cient stable in London, England. Minneapolis, Martin. Tho largo still which was Tho building was over 200 years old Minn. A pleasure 19.25. captured on trains was reported to in tho Mississippi launch capsized Hogs Selected heavy shippers and showed signs of ago and decay. river hero nud live of the uluo per- $8.30, itood to choice packers and 7 bo I. C. Couch's and Curt Smith s. Tho lines wero copied and present- sons In It wero drowned, hutcher.t $8.25(18.30, mixed packers Many good citizens rojoico to hear S.20!u'8.26, stags $4.DOG.2G, common ed lo the Humane Society of Chicathat these stills have been taken. lo choice heavy fat sows $5.507.40, go. It was when Chicago was still extra $7.50, light shippers $7.9u8.15, IN OUR OWN STATE using horses for its street car lines pigs (110 IbH and less) $6.D0ft 7.80. Sulphur Springs Pago) (Continued from First and tho society had cards on which Sheep Kxtra $4.85, good to cholca $4.50(14.75, common to fair $304.40, Sulphur Springs, June 10. Tho it was printed, placed on tho walls, CONGRESSIONAL RACE heavy sheep Utti-W- . long continued drouth was brok- of every car barn, livery stable and Second District Lambs Kxtra $.359.40, good to en by a line rain Wednesday horse exchange in tho city. Democrats Judge J. W. Henson, choice $U5i'U.33, common to fair $6.50 night. Tho farmers seem to ho in a A man of kindness to his beast 8.76, yearlings $57.25. Henderson; I). II. Kineheloe, bettor spirit and arn out again with is kind, LIONS ATTACK THEIR KEEPER. renewed energy. A largo crowd But brutal actions show a brutThird District from hero attended church al Lcroso al mind. Democrats Congressman, II. Y. Chicago, III. Set upon by five angry, Supday Tho Ilev, Liunio Daily Remember, Ho who made thee, Thomas, J. V. Chapman. lions, unarmed and with preached at tho Reform Church made tho bruto, Fourth District an aged lioness as his only protector, Sunday. Arch Brandenburg, Chas. Congressman Den Kmerson I). Dietrich, of Drooklyn, N. Who gavo theo speech and reasDemocrats Bowman and Clyde Scale wont to on made him mute. Johnson, Ilardstowu; J. W. Iloyd, Y., a Cornell graduate und manager at 'Quicksand Monday. Daniel Mooro a trained animal act, fought a thrillHe can't complain, but Gods , F.lixahclhtown. was brought homo from Loulsvillo oyo Itepublicaus W. Sherman Rail, ing but futile battle for his life In a whero ho was under medical treatHardinsburKj Beholds thy cruelty and hoars T. Proctor, Loitcb-llel- d; box car. llefore alii could reach him ment. Willio Moore, who has been Lindscy Morrison, West Point. Dietrich had pructlcally been torn to his cry. bits by the Infuriated lions. Nearly Ho was designed thy servant, in school al E. K. S. N. since JanuFifth District every bone In Dietrich's body had been ary, returned homo Saturday. not thy drudge, Democrats Bwaqar Shorley, broken and It had been torn beyond Kaiy Moon) was in Louisville reRemember, his creator is thy Louisville; Lawrence J. Maokoy, recognition by the beasts- cently on business. Circuit Court Louisville. judge. SEMI-PANI- Wallaceton Mrs, nd Wallaceton, Juno Sprat of Lowell visited their daugh ter, Mrs. Claud Kltld, Sunday- ,M Isses Grade and Darco Gcnlry'lo-ivMonday for a week's visit with relatives and friends on Red Lick. Granville Mann is poorly at this writing with paralysis. Mr. May Ponder lost a good brood maro last wceK. sue was niinu anu ion over a cliff breaking her neck. Tho Misses Nannie and Mildred Cabbard vis ited their undo and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Cabbard, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Maud and May Par sons of Heylin visited their brother, J. E. Parsons, and family Saturday and Sunday. Miss May Bowlcn, our teacher for this year, assisted by the people In the district of Wallaceton, had an ice cream supper on tho beautiful lawn of Mr. and Mrs. John Ely Saturday night, with much suc cess. Die proceeds will go to buy a globe and other articles for tho school. Mrs. Fannie Hrockman and children of Lowell, visited Mrs. Brockman's mother, Mrs. Mary Gab- bard from Wednesday until Saturday of last week. 2l.r-Mr.a- BAKING POWDER ABSOLUTELY PUKE Insures the most delicious and healthful food By the use of Royal Baking Powder a great many more articles of food may be readily made at home, all healthful, delicious, and economical, adding much variety and attractiveness to the menu. The" Royal Baker and Pastry Cook," containing five hundred practical receipts for all kinds of baking Get in and Ride lf 1 sorc-footc- eslj-mate- d &-- W.-ilnt- ,,, er .,,. ,i can-uor- - Madi-sonvil- le. half-starve- d ng