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BOWMAN, Antowl Mm(m I IDENT l?EA (IMP fcM ml tto tvml Vol. XVI. at Brrtn, Jf., iu tmrntf Devoted to ttie Interests of tlie Mountain People BEREA, MAW80N COUNTY, KF.NTUCKV, JULY 2, 1014. Ono Collar a Year. No. 1. rThe Citizen COLLEGE S OFF I C E Knowledge if power snd Ue way to keep ap iwitb aotfera knowledge It iolretd feed newspaper. Five Cents a copy. 177fi 138 YEARS OF AMERICAN What The Citizen Proposes ns ilint iliKuisti'l among newspapers ns Korea College it iimong educational institutions. It Is not it money making concern. Wo ar out In do good. Wo desire ami iinififwn In lirtiit !i lilt? finrl nf llm nil. is Tin) Citien Our Birthday Today The Citizen completes its fifteenth year. We hold out our hand to receive congratulations. In our office are hundreds of letters from subscribers who tell us they are glad they made our acquaintance. Children have learned to read from the pages of The Citizen. And older people have learned to love reading as they have unfolded The Citizen by the fireside and the evening lamp. We have tried to tell the truth and to preach the truth. We have lightened the cares of the housekeeper and increased the crops of the farmer. We believe the mountains are a better place to be born in because of The Citizen's fifteen years of efforts. And now for the sixteenth year we plan to do more than ever. In another column we shall tell more fully of the good things that are in store for the readers of The Citizen. On this birthday we bid farewell to Miss Ruth McFall, who has been the presiding genius of The Citizen Office for the past year. Our readers must know that she has loved her work and been deeply and truly interested in all the families that read The Citizen. She has made the paper interesting and helpful. She leaves our office because of duties to her own home people; but she will still be a contributor to our columns. VVe are sure that in wishing her every reader joins with the Editor-in-Chihappy days and the fulfillment of her best desires. We welcome as the new Managing Editor, Mr. Chas. ef UNITED STATES NEWS The CUflln Failure The great New York wholesale drygoods firm goes to tho wall. This is said lo be the greatest failure in the history of American trade. Apparently the failure involves liabilities aggregating from $30,000,000 to $35,000,000, most of this being due hanks anil other money loaning institutions. Fortunately for security (imitations it comes al a time when the stock market is well liquidated. IM OUR OWN STATE vantages of education to every rcad-- j it. A fi!v of Tim Citizen's special features are these, I Good paper ami elear type. For, young eyes or old lite page of The. (htiwii is beautiful and easy lo read. I Wo 2. No fake niUcrtiscmcnts. receive no money for advertising medicines thai do not cure, and schemes for Kelt dig money under j false pretenes. .1. We give Ihi! news whole, quickly, truthfully and brightly, and in a way I hat every reader ran I. We uive I ho linme news for our subscribers, news you get nowhere I else. 5. We provide Hie stories, jokes. young people's column, and hits of science which help to waken up pen. j Prttldtnt Frott , Ide's minds and are like easy loinl of service In Kcn- I leys through strange lands. I lucky. as a He is distinguished (I We give each week a dollar's scholar, and administrator, and pub- -i worth of information to the farmer lie, speaker, lint most of all distin and another dollar's worth of infor- guished for his love for the mounmation lo the housewife. tain people. As a mountain man in 7, We give each week Hit; Sunday Virginia said, "President Frost sees School lesson and some poem which moiv in us than we have seen In lifls the heart like a song after a' i....- stood sermon. j p (:!U(( , A(t Commissioner fi. Anil finally we hind together ,lf Ktctiin. said at the Bcrca Com-t- he great company of good people ,ni.,u.(.,nent: "President Frost is one that The Cilieu stand for. Vej)lf (l r,.av distinguished educators rally the friends of lemperance. and,lf ,.,MIiryt adapting education progress, and education, and we s of all the fundamental n leach Ibe mountain hoys and girls .(1pe," lo hold up their heads anil bring, Chief of UUc being Kdilor-great things lo pass. lTho (;im, alll, irf.sliit or llerea President Frosl, our Kdilnr-in- College, lie is an nclive member of a Chief, is sixty years old today. ,( pri(.tP and education- ,(l,(.n He is today delivering the opening b(Ml,. f,,.,,,,, uulhori-atldress- al Ibe great Chaulnuipia As- - (y rura ft. ant u,,, u.ings that somhly at Chaulniupia. N. Y. niak for M,t,.r,t f eountry President Frost is now the oldest ,V, and girls. J Wertenberger. Brother Wertenberger comes to this work partly through his acquaintance with Prof. Montgomery. He is a graduate of the Ohio Wesleyan University, has had H. 'ie j ,. experience as missionary and business man in the work of the church, and his face and manners are a guarantee that he will be a helpful friend and an ableeditor. Mr. Fred O. Bowman, as Assistant Manager, has long been acquainted with the work of The Citizen and has the friendly way and the business push which will make him a large factor in the growth of our subscription list. Rev. W. D. Smith and Rev. Samuel C. Johnson are representing The Citizen in the field, as well as Mr. E. F. m ,, 3 ate. us resolve lo boost the boos- -, and oust the ouster. Subscribo ' The Citizen and let us cooper-- 1 , WOULD NEWS Harris, and our old and tried friend Ned McHone. Among our contributors we still count Brother Faulkner, our former editor, Prof. Robertson, Prof. Dodge, Dr. Benson H. Roberts, Miss Fox, and a score of others whose useful and graceful thought have made our pages sparkle. It is much safer to rend the local page of The Citien than lo have MEXICAN SITUATION UNSETTLED During Iho past week one of the your neighbors tell you what 'happened. We try to tell the straight bloodiest battles of the revolution A Vacation Letter was fought in taking Zacalecas, of it. The another Federal stronghold. A continued rush along roaring an address on Kducntion.il work in CONTENTS Or THIS ISSUE Kngle City, has been the scene of torthe mountain region'. PAGE 1. KdiloriaK battle in many revolutions but nev- rivers of Kentucky, swollen by rents, long waited and most welThen came a day's ride through What The Citizen Proposes. er has it suffered such damage as come to the farmer, soon brought us the valleys and over the highland Letter from Dr. Roherls. wrought by Villa's guns. lo the Ohio and Cincinnati. A day's of Northern Pennsylvania into tho ride followed across the Holds of oil Ileitis of tho Bradford District PAGE 2. First Italllo of (he Ameri- Capl. Felipe Angeles and Luis CaOhio, green and hiniliug with (he to Jamestown, N. Y., where in can Involution. being considered as can brera are promise of good crops; Ileitis beau- Hishop Sellew's hospitable home, Temperance. didates for the provisional prcsi-- i tiful with the graceful elm, by prosAfrica, India, 8. S. Lesson. deney of Mexico by the mediators at perous cities and (owns. At night rich in curios from China, anil Japan, a visit of great Niagara Falls, President Wilson and fall Pittsburgh, the Iron City, the interest followed. PAGE 3. Mountain Agriculture, Gen. Villa. abode of business, bustle, enterprise, Jamestown, with 35,000 populaMeadows and Pastures. and wealth. This town made CarnSpecial Agricultural Train. Rivalry between (he interests rep- egie, Schwab, Frick, and a host of tion, at Iho head or Chautauqua How lo Prevent Diseases of Poultry, resented by Lord Coudray and others millionaires. II is a city of Lake, is a city of beautiful homes with a greater variety pf manufacHenry Clay Pierce is at the bottom ,'cliurc lies, and the leatler of tho long PAGE 4. Local News. of the revolutions. It is a shame to procession of Carnegie Libraries tures than any other town of the siz.ti in tho country. Art, steel, Death of Mrs. Ggg. llimk that the Mexican people have' that now roaches, from ocean to fixtures heads a list that runs i sillTered so much such ri- - ocean anil across seas. Here was on through tho alphabet to woolen PAGE 5. Hack from (Hack Moun- 'valry and Mill a greater shame that Iho scene last winter of tho mar- cloth and wooden ware. (ho United Stales government should' tain velous revivals led by the great A few days later saw us in RoGeneral News. entail loss of life and money to sat F.vangelist, known on Hit) Prosby-leria- n chester, N. Y anil in the nearby isfy such interests. Year Hook as llev, Win. country surroundings at North Chili,' PAGE C. Continued story. 'Tho Sunday, but to the newspaper pub- where in the old home, with old Violent Earthquake Land of Itrokeu Promises. It is reported from Hatnvia, .lava, lic as "Hilly Sunday," a marvelous friends ami associates of other days Story How He Won lluth. that in Southern Sumatra much, man who touches Kentucky in a wo revived memories of boyhood damage to property and loss of life promised meeting at Louisville ami autl of manhood too. It was good PAGE 7. The Household. was caused by a violent quake. The also in the conversion of old man to be iu Mother's room, to recall the The Land of Puzzlcdoui. llntish steamer "Kintuek" of the lliitlleld with a filed record at prayers, the counsel, the love, never- -' Daddy's lledtime Story. China Mutual Steam Navigation Co. Huntiiuilon, W. Vn., lately. Ion. Here she died, a PAGE 8. Kaslern Ky. News. A pleasant stay of a few days in saint of Cod. loaded with immigrants was reportPoem The Sower. ed ten hours overdue. It is thought a charming homo in Hen Avon, Glad and solemn thoughts came at Markets. (Continued on Pa ye Eight.) beautiful as a park, followed with (Continued on jure Eirbi.) Dr. Roberts Writes Arnett Bill Effective James Taylor of Frankfort was the first victim sentenced under tho new toting act of 1014. Arnett anti-pistCity Prosecuting Attorney Durlin Moss succeeded in having a flno of $50 and a sentence of ten days in jail imposed. Taylor was arrested for disorderly conduct, and upon being searched a pistol was found upon his person. The judgement of the court carries with it a disfranchisement for two Hobson Temperance Bill Doomed years. On the 2Uh Die doom of national Changes Hands prohibition legislation wns sealed, so New coal road in Floyd County far as Ibis session of Congress is which opens up a considerable coal concerned. Ashhrnok announces Meld passed into the hands of the This Chesapeake and Ohio thai he has ioTi signatures. under an operindicates the will of the Democrats ating agreement filed in tho olllco of of (he House that the Rules Commit- Secretary of State C. F. Crecelius. tee will bury the Holison resolution New Railroad in Perry County until a future session. This branch will Icavo the main President Wilton's Good Cheer lino of the L. & N. at Typo and run III the president's address to Virtip First Creek. This extension is ginia editors at the While House the product of the industry and aglegislation gressive policy of Hon. C. B. Slimp he says: 'The anti-tru- st will not be postponed. We know and others. Perry County will receivo a good what we are doing and we purpose to do it under the advise of men boost from the development of the who understand the business of the First Creek territory. country. I want to say lo you that Oil Excitement Continues in Estill as a matter of fact the signs of a The line quality of oil and the strong business revival are becoming shallow depth of wells aro causes more and more evident from dav lo of holding up intcrcsl in the recent day." oil finds in Estill County. Well No. 2 is under way and greater Salem in Ashes things are expected when tho four An estimated loss of $8,000,000 and proposed wells arc sunk. 15.000 people left homeless after Farm Conditions flames swept over a large section of. The wheat, hay and blue grass Old nay State City. Water mains crops aro sure things throughout the break and cripple firemen work and Livestock is doing well in slate. flames make great headway aided general. Much gratitude ought to bv heavy gale. Ono firm loses bo given liy the formers as a whole. $3,500,000. Hand in hand with the Ii everything continues to come relief work are going plans of pretheir way il will be the most prosparations for rebuilding the city. perous one in llfty years. , Historic Old Home Burns Big Saving in School Books Heidelberg, Ky. Tho residence Tho Slate Text Honk Commission, and servant quarters of Paylon which is now working on high Short, Lodge, Leo County, wero deschool adoptions claim a saving of stroyed by lire. The loss is $35,000, .$2,000,000 for the next live years with no insuranru. Tho building from what il has been. A number was occupied by John Cloves Short, of changes havo been mado on books who barely escaped with his life. as well as prices. The selling or The original manuscripts of Dr. B. exchange price will be fifty per cent W. Dudley, important papers signof the retail price. ed by Presidents Madison and Drummers Want Monday for Voting Monroe and men of that day, together with a gold snulT box preDay sented by Henry Clay to Dr. Dudley In order lo overcome the disend many other old and valuable franchising of moro than 100,000 of family relics were lost. the 100,000 traveling men of the Silencer Courier. I'niteil Commercial Travelers; who worn in session nt Columbus, Ohio recently, planned for campaigns in every Stale and with the Federal Government to chango voting days from Tuesday lo Monday. This great army of honest voters cannot remain at homo over Tuesday of election week. ol Between the Battle Lines in Mexico of-ll- uo Our New Money slated (hat denominations of bills of $5. $10, $20. $50 and $100 for use in the Federal Reserve Hanks, will in a short lime bo printed. On the faces of these bills will appear emblems typical of farming, manufacturing, the arts; and the portraits of several of our and sages of America. II is arranged to WE have the remarkablepublish story entitled, "The Land of Broken Promises," by Dane Coolidge. It is a story of the Mexican revolution, and a graphic picture of conditions in that country built upon the adventures of two Americans and the romance of a beautiful Mexican Look oul for this new serial to be gin next week and continue for senorita. nearly live months. You will enjoy It rending nbout your cousins iu the' land of broken promises, in graphic story. a Serial h With to All Will Read I'ngo Two. THE CITIZEN July 2, 1014. The Citizen family nswtpapar for ill that l fight, trua and littarattlnf Published ettty Tlmsdsy st Heirs, Kjr , FIRST BATTLE OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. Ny mimtional (Condurtrd by the National Woman's I'hrlstlnn Tenipertima Union.) BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (tnrnrmrnteil) WM. C. FROST, Ed.lor-l-CM- C. II. WERT jSBERCF.R, r. O. BOWnAN, M.n.fin Ed.tor Awlitanl Mimim IN ADVANCK . . . Subscription Rntos PAVAM.H Onr Vesr Ms Month Thtre Months gm,afl,ai A , THE ONLY CURE. "Drunkenness presonli .the grcatost problem before tlio peopln of this commonwealth today," declared Judge Michael J, Murray of lloston before a SUNMYSGPL Lesson Illy I!. O, HnU-KUf- Plrrrtor of Kvrnlnr meeting of the Twentieth Century club. "No f plrlt of economy should bo permitted to stand In the way of finding n cure for tho evil." he anld, "lur- ' ' LESSON THE FOR JULY 5 IN YARD, ro send monrv by of ItirttrM Money Otilrr. IMaft.'KrgiMcred l.ttler. of one ami two cent stamps. howa to Tbr date after voiir name nn whnt date yimr sulnrrlptinn l paid II It l not chmont within llirre wrekn after renewal notify im Miming nutntwrs will be gladly supplied If r ir notified. Liberal term given to any who obuln new iiiKtlptloim for us. An v onr otmllng n four can trceWeTheClllren tree yean (or hfmlf for one year. Advertising rntmon application. LABORERS THE VINE. i. ltrl mfmkkk or KKNTfCKY No No PRKSS ASSOCIATION Whiskey Advertisements! Immodest News Items! Who Owned the Cart? Au old law In (.'iirm.utlien comity. In Wales, required tli.it every convoy-mic- e passing 01 er the turnpike toli roads should be plainly marked with "W T.NTII. the news of the fighting at Lexington, Mu.s.. 011 April Hi, 1 77."). reached Umtlou the llrltisli gov-- I the name of the owner so thai the I erimient cherished hopes tha: the rebellion of the American colonists might he put down without force. of nny law Icsmioss could he easily detected. After that, however. It was s en In Kugland Hint further limiting was Inevitable The news of the sklr- mlsh was received In London on Moy wheu Ittchard Derby, on American messenger ulth a prtitlou One young farmer known us Stammering Jim was Miiiimuucd hefore a of remonstrance, arrived In London. The olllclnl dispatches of General tinge were published In Uinduii on June 10. magistrate, who dciimiidcd why his The enemies of the llritlsh, ministry began Immediately to Jeer at "th great ltrltlsh army at ttosUin (hat has been name did not appear on his two wheel j beaten by n fliK-- of Yankees!" I'd cart. am I to put from n blushing m.iMcn of some efgie ' summers and winters: on?" stammered the defendant. REGRETTED FOURTH OF "Your own. of cource." said the mag-1s- t "l'lease. miss, my little brother ha a THE SPIRIT OF AMERICAN J JULY'S DEED. hole In the seat of his troiiM'rs. and ! rate. INDEPENDENCE. Mall. It Isn't my cart, jour wor- it's notwltlistandlng."-l.oud- oti In the iiiiinncript diary nf ship." says J I in of Ht. No Friend J John White f S.iletn. Mas., are J J "Who Is the owner, then'" demanded Let us, standing by our fa- - a many IntcreMing Revolutionary "Well, whnt did jour better half say triers' D7'v'- - swear anew and the squire teach the oath to our children m notes the t t trouhle. sir." said to you?" that with God's help the Ameri. Among the oniric--" are: to "She said Jim. "The old can republic, clasping this con- "You nlwajs seem lo have friends March the int Thr Continental J tinent in iti embrace, shall Troopn to ('nnnimmlr HnJ to lake you home after thev banto Hugh stand unmoved, thourjh all the J Hombard lloston Continual forold axle to W W William lMlow-er- , quets." the powers of slavery, piracy and Saturnlshts J J threenight e llr-- on belongs to Joshua "Not friends. My enemies do It." the European jealousy should com- day lttmi from Sumluy morning, the Plttshuigh I'ost. our lines, anil belongs the bine to overthrow it; that we 17th of Miirch, shall have in the future, as we am J out of IMwton the ltrgular wen! whose nie. Then J have had in the past, one conn 1 m Foggy. put 011. slrV" Xatlonal Mugazlue I77S. of J IVc 1. tirrt IVarne try, one constitution and one understand the fogs arc "James. Provlflons. owing lo the criut juan- destiny; that our sons may tlty of Paper Money, which ileprethick In London." Melba's Pullman Porter Critic n gather strength from our "I remember one. sir. that held foi J elates fart 17TS. The lnh.it. IUnt of One American experience recurs to s ample in every contest with the Dec. n. I wns working on a J of thli town I Sale ml are so mu- - J despotism that time may have three mouths. me at the moment. had been n ninety foot t tinous they ttirrati-tnc for elllnK in store to try their virtue, and in at Washington, tunnel, sir. and no cnt Salt at i: shllllncs er buhel that they may rally under the the und, getting into the train after the tunuel through a sixty foot hill." Ubv fh Tumuli of thw l',iiile be stars and stripes to battle for performance rather tired, was not un- Washington Herald. freedom and the rights of man J stilled by Him who ruleth the Itare- Ing of the lea naturally autiojetl at finding my statek with our old time warcry, "Lib- I An Oitrich Trick. room unprepared. probably uot called the colored ' The tumult was J erty and union, now and for- Naturalists state that an iwtrlrh nevatteiidaut. who kept me waiting a long ever, one and inseparable."- stuieu. for unuer oate oi nee. goes straight to its nest, but alwajs John Jay, July 4. 1861. he condescended to appear. er time "Why is my berth not ready?" i be- nppronches It with many windings, in We hall forever hae IIr.ion tl gun. order. If possible, to conceal the local J lean to tnmmt our Gloried Hevolu- have J tlon. becaue I inc onlyntcchanced lie looked nie up aud down Indif- Ity from observation. SWILES FOR THE FOURTH. u, 4I luiri lain Mucins, ferently S becaure they are poor Creatures t Mstancholy. "I saw you play Margaret (MargueOur Country Is too poor to be His Glorious Fourth. All or chleny Melancholy may be defined a a state J Separate Nation rite) this mornhf," he said defiantly, lia-any engage-- i "If your Is so out of i J the men of knowledKe maile no lie- "nn' I thought you weren't a bit o' of mind In which a man un lit fur the I'ou r tli of July bring him to Government, and theregood. You'll hev to wait. Hut 1'lan-kotouch with his environment that life tilitance of little or no Knoulrdge, Iii our hotie for dinner." (Plnneoiii was fine." he added as I has lot It sweetness - Sir Wllllatn 'Well, he hasn't any engagements, that took part In the opposition to p'ai Ilrlttaln were prefrr-Osier. J In our Government Thus tocame In an afterthought. hut lie ipects to bare about forty Two years afterward I received a You know, lie's a surgeon "Chicago 4 Men poor without moral Virtue. How many ieople live on the reputa I letter from this same elxjuy critic. "1 rrilititic. Ulockhrails, etc The High Sheriff of this County l a Tanner, two " hen id jou last night as Manou tlon of thn reputation they might have Maglitratcs one a Tanner, the oth- ! The Alternative. it run. "and it was real fine. made! e a Joiner, neither of them could J n quarter Orandma- - Itobbj here You beat the baud. take It all tuck." 4i speak or read Kngllih. of thl Town for you to pui away to buy fireworks About Shaving. -- Mttf. Mcllm lu Strand Magazine. 6 both. Why I iletcrlbe our condition In the above manner Is becaue It with on the I "mirth of July Early reconU state tluit the pracmen, wllliout e,l- l lmposlbleurh Itobby -- I'sbaw ! We don't keep the tice of shaving originated in the England's Great Little River. ucatlon. fhould be eUal to the fourth that way iiuj more. I'm going On could hardly fancy au Kngland fact that the beard ulTorded too k business. I bleri Uwl It Is no worse from the prlie to hear the return with nie. but l am too t'roud easily without the Thames. It is the source, pood a hold for an enemy in battle. light'-I'nr- k. to submit to such things I am now the Inspiration, the participant, in so This is the cause assigned for the above Co years old. and am glad J much that distinguishes England's sylJuly 4. 1775. the Greeks X and rljoyce my Trial is ulmol over van beauty. In the centuries that origin of sharing among are Auother eutry dated Oct. -- .. New fuglum! ColuhUt-Wh- nt In have lived Uhui Its banks it has been about the time of Alexander. records 1789. that President you relehrutlng today. Ileriali? a potent factor in the civilization of other countries the practice was Washington "was In Town. l.ulvl.il Ditto- - Why this will this Island kingdom. It cuts In twain first adopted by military men. Histniutid Kasterly." lul iipMir1iinltj we will ever have and lures the burliest city In all the torians mention the alarm in which n iiilfi fourth" Piirk to world, a dark mass of human struc- some Itoiimn emperors lived because impenetrably profound. It rides ture feur that their barbers might a vast commerce from Loudon to the of the cut their tlinnts. For the sake of sea, and along Its jutting wharves nights are often made darker with Its concealing a scar on hi throat Km-- ! tragedie. Years agone kings and pcror lladriun wore a beard. This princes and the fairest women In the fact brought the again into Report of the condition of the Owsley County Deposit Dank, doing business land rode upon Its tde In functions of fashion. at the town of HooneTille, County of Owiley, State of Kentucky, at the close of state or In the Idle pose of pleasure. business on the zoth day of June 1914. Those were the days of the garlanded Incapacitated. barge or tho hoodid galley foist, RESOURCES "Well, ir," sid (he corpulent which, gilding stealthily beneath the $ 87,31)7.70 Tower portcullis, lost another noble to tramp, "I just stopped to see if you Loans and Discounts 1,433,0-would help an unfortunate mortal Overdrafts, secured and unsecured politics and Intrigue. the world of 4,000.31 Stocks, Bonds and other Securities From "In Tbameslaud.' along his way." 5,7 10.40 "1 would be mot happy to do so," Due from Banks 11,631,33 Clement Moore's One Posm. replied the man who had opened Cash ou Hand 102 51 Just oue poem was written by Clem-rathe door, spe.ikini: in courteous Checks aud other cash items Clarke Moore, whose grave Is In ' 3,000.00 tones, "but 1 have an ingrowing Baukiog House, Furniture and Fixtures. .. Trinity churchyard, at One Hundred and Fifty-fiftstreet. Washington nail on Ihe toe of my right foot 1111,775.38 Total heights. "Twas the Night Hefore which makes it rxtremelv sensitive." Christmas" lives because It touches LIABILITIES now and has always touched human Perceiving that he had called nt $ 25,000.00 beartax It was put luto an autograph the wrong uddrer,, ihe self ttyled Capital Slock, paid In, in cash u.injuuu album In VX2 and pablUhed a couple unfortunate moved ou. burplus Birmingof years later wltbont the consent ot ham 1,508.30 Uodirided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid the author, who was professor of M7,201.l3 Deposits subject to check Greek aud Hebrew at Columbia col33,(X2.O0 B0.200.W Time Deposits FOR YOUR DEN lege and did not think it comorted dignity to write children's with bis BMutrfeJ CaOsPua SI 11,775.38 Total verse. Dr. Moore died In 1W3 at the eighty-four- . ripe age of Ills fame as ), a scholar is lost. Ills fame a the au- Yale and Harvard, each 9 in. x 24 in STATE OF KENTUCKY 'c, County of Owsley. J thor of that one real poem will live Princeton, Cornell, Michigan while the English language is spoU-We, G. M. Hogg and Chas. Eversole, President and Cashier of the Each 7 in. 1 21 In. and read anywhere on earth. Mitt-lyabove named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is Eagle. true to the best of our knowledge aud belief. All best quality felt with felt head-instreamers, letters and mascot exO. M. IIouo, President. Notwithstanding. ecuted in proper colors. This splended A teacher bad U.eu at great trouble assortment sent pottpald for 5,0 cents Cuas. Evtrsolc, Cashier. to explain to her c ass the uieauliu of and 5 stamps lo pay postage. Send now Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of June, 1914. the word "notwit'istaudlng" und. on My Commission Expires February, 1010, asking for a scultuce In which the HOWARD SPECIALTY COMPANY Cbarlea Hogg, Notary Public. word occurred, was somewhat uor Dayton, Ohio Correct pjoscd to, nvejve the folkwlu( efliir Attest: Chas, Bruce, Director. tin-nam- e Ing the year ending October 1, Jl 13, 101,000 persons appeared In our courts to answer to charges of drunkenness. Of these 35,000 were llrst offenders. "There should bo nn Institution where the drunkard could be kept away from more evil liitlm nccs. 1 am not a total abstainer myself, but I sou tho evil of our system. Nineteen out of 20 persona arrested for drunkenNlnety-siness nro Kngllsli speaking. out of every hundred men In our prisons have led Intemperate lives. When )ou talk to a man who Is charged with crime you (Hid thero Is liquor behind It all." U the JudgeIf all Judges and all others uho see in drunkenness a "problem - would llrst of all fre themselves from tho porsonnl use of alcohol, which even in the smallest doses hinders clear thinking about Itself and its products, they would soon "find n cure for the evil ' They would see that whnt Is needed l not "nn Institution where the drunkard could be kept awn) from more evil Influences.' but mi abolishment of that Institution which subjects him to tho llrst Influences Anil "Liquor behind all crimes'" no young man who takes his first glass of wine or beer expects to ever drink enough to make himself a criminal. (lOI.UKN Ti:.T-"- lt inukrHi Ms sun 1111 the evil and on tin? gniHl, and tn rl rrmli-trnln on th Just nml on the unjust " Mutt I tt. i.nsFON tp.xt Mail This Is another lesson connect d with our Lord's Perm ministry. I. The Calls to Service, vv. To get a correct setting wo must which to Peter's iiuestlon, In turn grew out of our lord's dealings with the rlrh young ruler (sew lesson of June Slst), and which called from Jesus Ihe exclamation, "It Is hard for n rich man tn enter tho king At this thn ilnm of heaven'' (in 2.1) 11 .ll.flll,i. ttrfmi it ltil V all rlirl,,l and exclaimed "Who then can b -saved"" fv IM. Ji sun replied, Wit filings nr possible" Thereflod nil upon Peter said. "Lo, we have left all and followed thee; what then slmll wo have?" The )oung mnn refm-eto leave his all and follow, whereas the disciples had and Peter seems to deslro to knew whnt ndvnntago were to have had accrued lo thtm. who! reward they Jesus Answers Peter. Jesus closed his answer tn Peter bv saying, "Many that urn first shall be last; and the last shall bo first" (v nn) and Illustrates his reply by thn Many parublo which Is our lesson reward shall who do not stipulate 11 el i "Il-b-h- i , succ-UH- w-- 1 - e. 1 , 1 e t n ' hit I i ! 1 J J t 1 J J J J J J e OWSLEY COUNTY DEPOSIT BANK cu-to- in t Age-Heral- d, n n g, bo first, while many who work and work long, but work only for a LAW MAKES DRUNKARDS. Preceding Ibis will be last follow Ins Is au excerpt from a sermon on "Tho Man Siajer In Our Jesus definitely told Peter that the Midst." by Hev. I)r Mnnley llenson of twelve should be associated with him Canada. The words apply cuuully Judging the twelve tribes of Israel well In the. t'nlted States as In the and that all who had left all to fol low him should receive an hundred Dominion. "Some tell us that the 'revenue will fold and would Inherit eternal life suffer If we stop tho sale of stroii; (see chapter U 2S, 29). that Is, they drink.' There Is no revenue from tho would gain what tho young ruler sale of trong drink. Kor every dollar sought by doing what ho failed to do revenue you Historically this Is Illustrated by the received as a K 11, 13; IJike taxpayers pay 120 to gel that dollar' Jew and (lentile. S .Mutt Horn Smart (7) business, that, for our 13 Parable of the Kingdom, joung and gTowlug Dominion! Some say, 'You cannot make folk holier by Jesus says this Is a parable of the act of parliament,' but we are making kingdom, hence the householder ropre-n'lit(lod lef 13 : 21:33, 43): drunkards by net of parliament. True, Is the kingdom, se Isa. 2 T. you cannot make men sober by law, The king Is seeklnr Matt 21 33 but law can remove the temptation. He You cannot cure smallpox by law--, but laborers to tabor In his vineyard. you can keep the peat ridden off our began In the early morning (v It streets by law' You cannot m.tke n and with those whom tin employed l.e ngreement The man honert by law, but you can pun- made a definite a value nf about seventeen ish and make It hot for the thief I Tho penny cents and represents on nveroge da)'s law can be ma do to dry up the source of this abominable traffic. We use wagn at that time No on works for precautionary measures against fire Cod without a fair wage, Kph G ! 10 Notice, before they were and flood; why not against a business Ileb. that is burning up tho brain and ret to their task fiod called them Thn call was to service, Mark 1 i" muscles of this Dominion?" He goes out again at the third and tint sixth and the 'ninth hour, finds HOW TO DE "FIT." other labors rs, making no definite Sir Pruderlck Treves, surgeon to agreement with them but sends them the late hlng Kdward. recently said' Into his vlnejnrd to work. Ho led "There Is a great desire on the part them luto the work and they trusted of all young men to be tit. A young It it) for wages At the eleventh hour man cannot possibly be fit If he takes he found idlers and asked them the Ity no possibility can he reason (v Ci, they replied that tio alcohol. want It. That any one young or one hud emploed them and them too healthy should want alcohol Is simply he sends into tho vine)ard without am preposterous. They might just as bargain as to wages. None excel t well want strychnine. Thus the argu- those at the third hour had any InYou ment for the young man Is timation us to their wago and they want to be a man, nod you want to were to receive "w halsovvcr is right." be fit You cannot get fit on alcohol. Thoso called at the llrst may put In No man dreams of going Into longer hours but produce a poorer training and taking alcohol. He must quality of servlco than others called reach the acme of physical perfecat a later time. The character of the tion, and that must be without alcocr vim la of greater valuo than the hol." amount rendered and tho higher servlco the greater tho proportlo We get In this llfo a reward INTERESTING COMPARISON. what wo work for A commission appointed by the Herman government to compare the deII. The Reward of Service, vv. scendants of drunkards with those of 'At the end ot thn day the moderate drinkers has Just made Its steward rewards each man. beginning report. It studied ten families of each with tho last and ending with the class, as a result of which It states llrst (v fc) Tho first on Is paid ac that 43 per cent of the children of cording to the strict lettor of the drunkards die within a few- months of agreement, and the last Is likewise their birth, against only s per cent ot paid In strict Justice but tn a most the children of moderate drinkers. liberal manner He, too, was worthy Among the children of drunkards for he worked throughout all the there are 10 per cent Idiots, 8 per time that was for him available cent epileptics, t per cent dwarfs, and Hiving an equal reward to all was a In only 7 per cent of them does tha test of the character of thoso men intelligence develop normally who entered tho vineyard In tho early morning, answer (vv Tho Is a fourfold one (1) "I did ALCOHOL A RACIAL POISON. no wrong:" the contract had been At the dltmond Jubilee of the t'nlted then lived up to to tho very letter. ( Kingdom alliance, held In Manchester, "It Is my will to give, even as unto England, Dr C W Baleeby, "declared to be poison which greatly then." the Ixird has a right alcohol a racial generous If he so desires. (3) "It I' reinforced other racial poisons, that lawful for mo to do what I will wltn public houses were national centers mine own," Ood has a right to exer-clsfor the distribution of disease, and and man has such a that the fl(.ht against tuberculosis and no right to prerogative Horn. 9:15-2complain, other diseases must everywhere be (4) "Is eye evil because I i combined with the fight against alco-bol- good?" thine Tho ground of this complaint vtts that of envy III, The Teaching. We roust beIT REMOVES THINGS. ware of trying to tnako this parable "Alcohol," says an eicbunge, "will more than Is written To right remove stains from summer clothes." tench fully understand our lord's dealing Is true, but It also removes tha That him wo must summer clothes from the summer, also with those who serve parables, Thl consider others of his the spring, the autumn and tha winter one bus two chief lessons; first, that clothes, not only from the on who length t' priority drinks It, but from the wife and fam- servlco Isof time or even not the all essential requily as well. It removes the household fidelity furniture, the eatables from the pan- isite; and second, that our U try, the smiles from the face of bis and use of our opportunity this laugh from the Innocent lips chief desideratum. Along with wife, the thero are of course other lessons. Ijj of his children and tbt happiness out answer to Peter's question our of his bom. Aa a rwmovsr ot tblni showed him and his fellow disciple aJoobol has no exjuaj. Hoy's World. might 2S-S30-3s h-I lrds ' - 13-t- - lt that the last be 0rsL I July 2, 101 1. THE CITIZEN Pago Three. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Prof. Frank 3. Montgomery, Instructor Husbandry, and Special Investigator. in HOW TO PREVENT DISEASES OF POULTRY Animal "Old They lighlly after covering will often proan In ways open for the progress- duce enough moisture, to bring up Keep stock olf in tho ive fanner to make inoru live stork the plants. produce morn iiiatmri', winter mid in wet weather. If tho which will grass alone is sown, broadcast 100 wllh which heller cropi ran ho Tlicrn is perhaps no place on pounds of nitrate of soda per acre in tin farm where manure ami com- the spring when growth begins. mercial fertilizers will return n NOTES ttivaler prollt Ihau where used on Cowpca seeds are very high this thete crops. Not only will these crops ho greatly increased hut tho summer, hul it will nevertheless pay soil will he made more productive you lo gel some to sow in tho corn for succeeding crops. More of the al the last cull ival ion. It will he nutritious Brasses and clovers the cheapest fertilizer you ever should he grown and cared for on bought. every farm to insure good pastures Home will be laying by their corn (Irasses and and abundant hay. this week, and all cultivation will clovers thrive hesl on moist, Cultivate soils full of humus and free cease in a few weeks. m injurious acids. Varieties, shallow from now on so as not to etwever, can he chosen suitable to cut the corn roots and not to throw the wide rancu of soil conditions. up moist soil to dry out. IndicaThe sowing of sulllcienl seed adapt- tions are that every drop of soil wated (o the conditions at the right er should he saved, and the way to time on properly prepared land in- do this is to cultivate shallow and sures success. Methods vary with leave (he ground smooth. soil conditions and farm practices. If our laud is not very sleep and I'm the best results preparation should l'Kiii one year before final you have been cultivating with dousowing. When the soil is thin or in ble shovel, you will do well lo hitch poor mechanical the a mule to an old mowing machine condition growing of preparatory crops and wueei ami urag ii uaiwise between other special preparations should the rows. It will drag out weeds begin at least a year earlier than and smooth the land down nicely to when the toil is already in good con- save moisture. dition. your hens well and they will Following are several methods of securing stands of grass or clover repay you. I take good care of mine and they an keeping up their avfor meadows and pastures: rirst Method. This Method is the erage of llvi! eggs a week from each very best and surest way to success. hen as they began in February. Tin' fall before seeding to grass or (lover sow rye, wheal, oats or Meadows and Pastures crimson clover, alone or in combiThousands of acres of steen land nation, as a winter cover crop. If in Jhe Appalachian country that is the land is thin tlMI pounds of basic rapidly becoming worthless by' s:ig or acid phosphide will pay on washing mlo deep gulleys, or is' the crimson clover. The cover crop growing up in sassafras and bri- -l may ,he grazed lightly during the ars, mighl he yielding an income' early spring when the soil is dry of ?Hl to $20 per acre annually ifi enough (o avoid packing. When the set in good meadows or pastures grain is 12 to IH inches high, or not and taken cam of. It is pathetic I iter than May Kith, plow it under to see men haul 100 pounds of timinches deep. Disc thoroughly in- ber in the form of railroad ties lfi! to the top soil 1,000 pounds of burnt lo 20 miles to Iterea to trade fori lime or Us equivalent per acre. loo pounds of hay to haul backj About May lfith drill or broadcast over the same 20 miles of rough loo pounds of tfi per cent acid phosIt is doubly pamountain road. phate and .V) pounds of muriate nf thetic since that man should raise potash per acre, disc and harrow good hay in abundance right atj until a Hue seed-be- d is secured. home at a cost nf not lo exceed $5, or broadcast 3 bushels nf to j?M per Ion allowing full wages! !rill eowpeas per acre. The pea vines to himself and team while making1 with about 200 pounds of acid phos- tlie crop. j phate broadcast per acre should he Much of the mountain land prodisced in a week or ten days hoforo duces clover abundantly. The poorting the grass. The disciugshould er land that is not too steep can ho be .1 to I in. deep. The smoothing used for eowpeas and soon made harrow and roller or drag should be productive. usiil o get a line seed bed. If then1 We are starling a series of artiis little moisture in the anil use tho cles on "Meadows and Pastures" roller after the smoothing harrow. this week. They are prepared by Should the growth of eowpeas be no less a personage than Prof. Jesso extra heavy, mow for hay, leaving M. Jones, Field Agent of tho U. S. considerable growth on the ground Dept. of Agriculture, and wo hope U he disced in to form a mulch for every farmer who reads Tho Citi the grass, Sow an abundance of seed zen will read every one of them and without a nurse crop by August prepare at least a few acres of tr.th. depending on tho season, alti meadow and pasture by the method tude, etc., when plenty of moisture .described that best suits his condiis in tlu ground. In the coastal sec tions. ami Klvii'K Hf I tion and purls of Kentucky seeding MEADOWS AND PASTURES finishes nml clovers nre llui bases may be delayed 15 days. Cover with of sound iiKriiiiiltiirc. They nro na- a light harrow or weeder. In caso tures way of protect Iiik, enriching of iusiilllcient moisture, rolling In tin mjsh rs -- Qums" i atrr, soli. i ir 25 Aaso- - U. H. Richardson (Copyright, lilt, by American cl.it Ion I 'reus well-drain- ed ihiy naturally of Old Ulory In the grim limbics that wns engaging the country nt the time of Its formal adoption lis the national emblem. As every child knows, the ling h.id Its statutory beginning on June II. 1777, when congri"H agreed upon the design. After the Kluoke had cleared away from the battle of Orlskany on Aug. 0, 1777, when Sir John Johnson and bis Tories and Indians were routed, the victor of tho day Improvised a flag from the nil pott Icon t nf n soldier's INDnPKStiF.NCH ITowo tsiiiTed twelve mill's Klkton. Mil., on Aug. 'J., and the fulw Hi ,i fill campaign of 1777 N cotllslun at Coooh's Inldise, only n few miles nearer I'lillmlelphln. iil ulijw. live point. A illvMon of the Itrlti !i under Lord Cornwall!. h;id iihuue it to Iron hill, an eminence sloping down to Christiana creek and from blcli a largo part of the country Inwiuil the Delaware could be observed. On the part of the Americans n "llu'ht ndvnnce corps" hud been nrcuibed no dcr (Jenernl Maxwell, with lntrurllons to be "constantly near the and give them every possible annoyance." Htodmnn, an Kngllsh historian of tin "Origin, Progress and Termination of the Amcrlcnn War." I'.uhlHIicil bis big two volume history In 17111. lie wns on Corn wn Ills' staff, and lie disposes of this llrst engagement In seven words, telling of "dispersing the guards of the enemy." Cap-tnlJohn Montri'Nsor, Howe's chief of engineers, counted only three dead and twenty wounded among the ItrltMi nt that time, notwithstanding the fart that Morgan's famous riflemen had (tilt been shooting at the redeonts. the eiinnou planted on Iron hill really did serious damage to Maxwell's men. who. having no such formidable arm. duly retired under pressure of n Inrge-l- y outnumbering foe. Delawarenns are proud of the fact that the opportunity to wave the stars nml .stripes at the lend of fighting columns came first In .belr stnte. etn-ni- R.AISE PIGEONS They Pay Dollars while Fine Specimen of a Healthy Chicken. Many of tho diseases which affetA poultry and which spread rapidly throughout tho Hock, and kill a large part of tho birds may he prevented and cured It proper measures uro i taken In time. Tho fowls also may bo Infested by various kinds of parasites, sotno of which live on the sur--1 face of tho body and others In tho ' crop, stomach, or Intestines. These parasites are Injurious because they tuko a part of the nourlshmont which should bo used by tho bird to put on , Hush or to product' eggs, says tho United States department of agriculture's Farmers' Ilulletln 030. The contagious diseases which are caused by animal and vegetable germs, i and tho weakness and loss of tlush caused by tho larger parasites, are tho most Important conditions which the pnultryman has to consider in tho endeavor to keep his birds in a healthy condition. Tbeso germs and parasite should bo kept out of the tlocl: by suitable preventive measures, because disease may bo avoided In this way much more easily and cheaply than It can bo cured. Tho aim In studying tho dlaeasos of birds Is, therefore, to learn bow to prevent such diseases rather than how to cure them. There are some cases In which medicines r?ay bo advantageously given or applied to fowls, but as a rule when , a bird becomes sick It is better to kill il, because the cost of tho medl-cine acil the value of the time re-- . quired to carry out tho treatment aro usually greater than tho valuo of tho birds tJlat are cured. right It .Is very Important....to start ..... .. . . IU uirun anu Begin mo hock wuii LJ. I. wuiwi are free from contagion and parasites, and to put such birds upon ground which Is llkcwUe free from these causes of disease. Tho hist way to accomplish this Is to get eggs from a flock which has shown no Indications of contagious disease for at least a year; avoid put. ting these eggs In any packing such as chaff, oats, or cut straw which may bu musty or tnoldy, wlpt tho eggs with a cloth wetted In 79 to 80 per cent alcohol, and match them In a new or thoroughly cleaned Incubator. Tho young chicks should be free from parasites and injurious germs of all kinds, and, to keep them In this condition, they should bo put In new or clean brooders and permitted to run only upon ground whero poultry has not previously been kept, or which has not been used for poultry for several years. If the eggs must be hatched under hens Instead of In the Incubator, tho problem of starting a clean flock Is much moro difficult. Hens are liable to harbor paraaltlo worms In their Intestines and to scatter the eggs of these worms with their manure wherever they go. They generally have lice and mites bidden In their feathers, which pass to the young chicks Immediately after tho latter aro hatched; and they may be the carriers of disease germs even when they appear perfectly healthy. Tho hens selected for hatching should be well dusted with a good lice powder, such as is described later, they aro glveu a setting of eggs; their nests should bo perfectly clean and should bo made with fresh, soft hay or straw; and there should bo a box of road dust, or sifted hard-coa- l ashes or similar substanco, under cor er, whore tboy cau dust themselves whenever they como from the nest Disinfectants and Their Application. destroy the Uood disinfectants geruiB of contagious diseases, the external parasites such as lice and mites, and tho embryo of tho intestinal worms. They should bo thoroughly applied to the Interior of poultry houses, worked Into all the cracks and crevices, spread over the ceiling and tho floor, the roosts, dropping boards, and nest boxes. At the same time, the feeding and drlnkiug troughs should be disinfected by pouring boiling water Into them and afterwards drying them In the sun. The disin ! 1 -o f f tr tsmvut xrtit ( 'JX 'Wjn ihe young, 10 to i Jnysold, tell for 4a to 60 rent! each (according to the urn.on). The city markets ate atx ays clamoring for thtni. Each pah- - of Pigeons will rake -- Chickens pay cents IS to 22 young a year fectants are most easily applied to the walls and ceilings with a spray pump or bruBh. As It Is difficult to keep them from coming Into contact with tho faco and hands, tho more harmless of these mixtures should generally be used. Ordinary llmewash made from freshly slaked lime Is excellent and Its properties aro woll known to all. In the caso of an actual outbreak of virulent disease, It Is well to add to tho llmewash bIx ounces of crude carbolic acid to each gallon, to Increase Its activity as a it imtriamii They will ctrar you.alsne aUexpenncs. J500 a year per pair They hreed tar entire year. Twenty minutes daily will care for 100 palra. Always penned up out. of the way Very small space required Squb Joireal, Versailles, Ma. All this is fully eiplained in this month's I. sue of ourjournafj send for it; price 10 Us. Reliable rijrj '!- Everything a Man Needs $1 Complete Shaving J , J 1 -2 disinfectant. Tho kerosene emulsion which Is frequently used to destroy lice and mites may readily be converted into a disinfectant. To make the emulsion shavo half a pound of hard laundry soap Into halt a gallon of soft water and boll the mixture until all of the soap Is dissolved, then remove It to a safo distance from the Are and stir Into It, at once, while stll hot, two gallons of kerosene oil. This makes a thick, creamy emulsion, or stock mixture. When it Is to bo used for killing lice In the house one part of this emulsion Is mixed with ten parts of water. When It is to be used as a disinfectant add one quart of emulsion to ten quarts of water and stir well; then add ono pint of crude carbolic acid or crude cresol, and again stir until all Is well mixed. Lice Powders. Very good lico powder may bo made at little cost by mixing flno road dust, two quarts, and tobacco dust, one pint. In place of road dust, anthracite coal ashes well Bitted may be used, and Persian Insect powder or flowers of Bulphur may be substituted for the tobacco dust. The Important point Is that all the Ingredients should be In the form of a very tine dust. Disease. Cholera and Cholera-LikThere are several diseases which have been Investigated and described as different because the bacteria which cause them differ In some of their characteristics. The symptoms and tho changes which are seen after death aro so nearly Identical that It Is only by studying the bacteria that any one of these diseases can be distinguished from the others. Tho treatment applicable to one Is equally applicable to tho others. e Outfit $1 10 Articles 10 To advertise our Universal Shaving Outfit and Universal Products we will for a limited time only, send this well TUB UONCUENT AT COOCH'S niUIXJE. worth $ 3.00 Shaving Outfit for 1.00. We seli our products to the consumer wife, a white shirt and an old blue direct and therefore you save all agents' jacket mid flung It to the breeze above profits which as jou know are very large. 1 Hollow Ground Razor. the captured llrltlsh standards at t Lather llrush. Fort Stnnvvlx. That Is doubtless the t Razor Strop, Canvas Hack. first time the ting up pen rod lu the "dant Nlckle Kasel Hack Mirror ger zone." 1 llarber Towell. When Washington got tils clew even1 liar Shaving Soap. tually that Sir William Howe with I Iiox Talcum Powder. 18,000 men was sailing up the Chesat Decorated China Mug. peake he started his army southward, t Aluminum Barber Comb. I liristle Hair lirush. and on the way through Philadelphia Kach outfit packed in neat box $1.00 they were cheered and Inspired by the Coin or Money Order, postage 10c extra. bands playing ami "the flags flying" some of the ting of Hetsy I toss' own UNIVERSAL PRODUCTS CO mjjtg,. perhaps. Dayton, Ohio h JACKSON COUNTY BANK at tho town of McKee, County of Jackson, State of Kentucky, at the of business on the 20th day of June, 1014. RESOURCES Loans anil Discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Stocks, Bonds and other Securities Due from Banks Cash on hand Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures Keport of tho condition of Tho Jackson County Bunk, doing business closo '. $ 05,232.04 583.28 4,301.45 15,840.84 10,751.43 2,000.00 99,3 18.84 Total LIABILITIES raising of fruit and vegetables and in poultry production. The Hureati of Forestry at Washington lias hecomo interested in tho proposition and is lending exhibit material, etc., and there will bo men to lecture on various phases of tho foivst interests. It is a sad fact that Kastem Kentucky fails to produce enough food products to supply its own peoplo and one object of the special train is ILLUSTRATED 320 PAGES to awaken an interest in providing a belter assortment and greater quan Tells all ntwiit in mutters, what tity of fruits mid vegetables for homo jiiiing men and wo rm, ruling wives consumption as well as for export .mil husband nml all other need to know iiliout the sacred lawn that govern I If this state of alfairs can bo brought the sex forces. Plain truths of hex about, the drain upon the money life in relation to happiness In marrlagr. "Secret" of manhood and womanhood; earnings of the average family will exual abuses, social evil, diseases, etc. he lessened mid un additional sourco The latest, most advanced and com of revenue provided. orehenslve work that bus ever been Everybody is welcome to visit this (titled on sexual hjglene. Priceless Instruction for those who are ready for the train, see the exhibits and hear tho lectures. It will be at true Inner teaching. Tills book tells nurses, teachers, doc Richmond at It; 15 a. in. on July tors, lawyers preachers, social workers, 1Mb. Sunday School teachers and all others, Ilerea tit 11:30 a. in. on July 15th. young and old, what all need to know about sex matters. Ily Wlnlield Scott Ilrusli Creek at 2:00 p. in. on July Hall, I'h. I)., M. I). (Leipzig). t.rth, and at Livingston til 3:50 p. m. on July Newspaper Comments iritli, and will stay about tin hour Chicago and a half tit each place. "Scientifically rorrect." Tribune. "Accurate mid up to date." Philadelphia Press. "Standard book A Striking 8erlal Story, of knowledge," Phlldelphlu Ledger. The New York World says ! "Plain No one of our readers can afford to truths for those who need or ought to miss the opening;, or any other, In know them for the prevention of evils." Under plain wrapper for only fi.oo. stalment of "The Land of Droken Coin or Money Order poiUge ten cents Promises," by Dane Coolldie, which we will print serially. It is a story of extra. the present Mexican revolution, which tires a vivid description of the condiMIAMI PUBLISHING CO. tions In that nation. We Dayton, Ohio are indeed fortunate lu being able to print it at this Mute.. send from Lexington an agricultural special train which will traversu eastern Kentucky. This section is not so well adapted to crops that require broad acres but there is no better section on earth for the pro- - TRAIN duct ion of choicu fruit and for poulECIAL AGRICULTURAL o Run Through East Kentucky try raising. Considering these facts On July ltilh the Agricultural Col the train is to bo especially equiplege and F..xperimcnt Station will ped to give instruction regarding tho Capital Stock paid in, Surplus Fund in cash SEXUAL KNOWLEDGE I d 70,887.10 Treatment Tho best method of treatment Is to 199,318.04 Total kill the sick fowl In such a way as ) not to spread the Infection with their STATE OF KENTUCKY, bct' blood, burn or deeply bury their bodCounty of Jackson. ) ies, and separate tho remaining birds We, D. O. Collier and J. H. Hays, President and Cashier of the above Into small lots of three to Ave each, named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the so that when a bird Is attacked there will not be more than this number best of our kuowledge ami belief. D. Q. COLLIER, President. exposed to It. Then watch each lot J. II. HAYS, Cashier. so as to remove any sick bird as soon Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of June, 1014. as symptoms appear. Disinfectants My Commission Expires February 20, 1016. should be used In the houses and yards where the disease first apJ. J. Davis, Notary Public. peared, and also In tho small pens In which tho separato birds are kept. Roup or Contagious Catarrh. n The dlseaso called "roup" by Is a contagious catarrh, closely resembling the moro malignant forms of Influenza In the larger animals and In man. It attacks principally tho membrane lining tho eye, l tho sacs below the eye OF BEREA, KY. sinuses), the nostrils, the larynx, and Solicits Your Patronage the trachea. It Is attended with high fever and Is very contagious. All persons, any place, wishing to sell or invest in property Treatment. oi any kind, in the best town in the state (that's Bcrea you know), The medical treatment of this dls Farm lands in the garden spot of the world, (that's Central Keneaso may be very successful if applied. The Blck birds should bu re--1 tucky too), Mineral, Timber Lands or Timber Propositions, in one moved from the flock and put in a of the richest sections in the United States in natural resources room warm, dry, and (that's Eastern Kentucky also), or a like proposition in any other which Is free from drafts of air. The part of God's country (that's the Soutli Land sure) the opening of affected mucous membranes should is going to turn the investing tide the world's greatest water-wa- y by applying antiseptic then bo treated just list with us, and give us your orders, and we'll do the rest. methand healing mixtures. The best No, not altogether lor the fun of it, but a very reasonable comod Is to use a good spraying apparatmission. us; but, lacking this, a small syrlngo, an oil can, or even a medicine dropper A Square Deal is Our Motto can be made to answer tho purpose. No Trade Made, No Money Paid recommended that tho It has been bird's head be plunged into a basin or bowl of the mtxturo and held there J. W. HOSKINS, Mgr. Phane No. 150, a few seconds, but uot long enough to cause suffocation. poul-tryme- Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid Deposits subject to check Time Deposits 15,000.00 2,500.00 1,031.48 105,087.10 14,800.00 The Central and Eastern Kentucky Real Estate and Timber Agency (Infra-orbita- d Pago Four. Tine CITIZEN July 2, IQH. Soofooaoooooooooooooooooooo LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA COME TO AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A THE BEREA FAIR July 29, 30 and 31, 1914 GROCERIES, ooooo0ooaoo BRECK & EVANS oaoooooooaooooa It will pay you lo visit Hays nod Nearly all of the Fire Insurance Gull this week and see add on next Companies have withdrawn from page. Mrs. Krnberg left yesterday for the state, but Breck fB. Evans have some Old Strong Companies the east where she will spend tho that will furnish Any Kind of In- summer in the interest of the college. surance you want. Bigger and Better Than Ever FOR CATALOO. ADDRESS FRUITS and VEGETABLES Prices Always Right RICHARDSON & COYLE NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE E. T. FISH, Secretary, Berea, Ky. THE OGC STUDIO WK MAKE PHOTOS In all new and popular styles-ov- al, round, oblong or square shapes, or we'll make jou a picture In anr distinctive or particular style you wish. O. CPURKKY WATCHES Over Berea Bank and Trust Co. WATCHES BARGAINS A big lot of the Best Watches, South Dcnd and other Movements, for sale by A. MARCUH, The Jeweler. Next door to Clarkston's Hardware, Main Street. L. & N, TIME TABLE North Bound, Local 7:00 . m 10:56 p. m. Knoxville 1:07 p. m. S:52 a. m. BEREA 6:30 p. m. 7:5 a. m. Cincinnati South Bound, Local Cincinnati BEREA Knoxville 6:30 a.m. 12:34 p. m. 7:00 p. m. 8:16 p.m. 12:33 a. m. 5:50 a. m. Express Train No. 33 will stop to take on passengers for Knoxville and points beyond. South Bound 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati 11:55 a.m. BEREA No. 32 will stop at Berea to take! on passengers for Cincinnati, O., and points beyond. North Bound 4:45 p. m. BEREA 8:50 p. m. Cincinnati The Embers boys will spend the .summer at Chautauipia. Mr. L. L. Campbell, formerly of Paint Lick, Ky.. who has been living at Venlen, Okla., returned reBerea. cently to live-neMr. W. O. Hayes and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. dolt of Richmond, and Mrs. Win. Pralber of Lexington went over to ('rah Orchard Sunday and spent (lie day. Mr. E. T., Fish who ivcently had his collar bone broken is showing improvement. Welch's guarantee on buggies is worth more alono than lots of bug(ad) gies, Mr. Chester Parks and Miss Floy' Blazer were in Lexington Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bogie of New-b- y came up to Herea Saturday. Mr. EREn HAYES oB. COTT Bogie returned home Monday. Mrs. j en r JULY 2nd TO 1 1th Bogie will visit with her parents on HY SAVE MONEY Chestnut Street for several days. Mrs, Frost returned the llrst of Mr. Morris Phillips of Wildie was the week from a business trip to visiting in Berea last Saturday. Chicago. Mr. John W. VanWinkle, specialMr. Business Man: When your ty man for F.ugmau Matthews Range Co., is at home on his vacation this sales fall below the average come lo The Citizen olllce, and let us write month. The largest line of buggies in east- you up a reviving ad. ern Kentucky now on exhibition at Miss Edith Frost is spending this (ad) week with the Dizneys at Harlan, Welch's. Mr. and Mrs. 1). W. Hailey anil K.v. Miss Annie Yelvington of St. AugDr. S. II. Baker is having a nice ustine, Fla., have come to Berea for residence erected on his lot on a few weeks this summer. They Prospect SI. will occupy the Bogie house. Mr. .las, P. Faulkner was in HeMiss Lou Phillips of Wildie .spent rea Sunday. Mr. Faulkner gave an the first of the week with Miss Bess address in London Sunday night. He Vaughn near Berea. left Monday for a trip of several Mr. J. M. Hurst of Richmond was weeks thru the east. in town Monday of this week. Prof. John E. Calfee went down to Miss Mary E. Welsh, after a winks Saturday to take charge of visit in Leslie and Letcher counties London the Health Exhibit Car for a few returned to Berea last Saturday and weeks while Mr. Faulkner is on his on Tuesday morning left for her vacation. home at Iloothbay Harbor, Me., Dear Fanner Headers: Your attenwhere she will spend the summer. Mr. J. N. of Cireensboro, tion is called lo an all important series of farm articles entitled N. C, was a husinss visitor in Be"Meadows and Pastures." Be sure rea Monday. Col. B. It. Strong of Knoxville and read them and begin to haul has been a Berea visitor for several your hay to the market rather than from it. days. S. II. Combs has three houses and Mr. Hoy Nunn of Texas is visiting with his grandfather. Mr. W. II. Hill lots for sale on Center St. Joining college properly. $1500 cash, (ad) for several weeks. Miss Sarah Fly entertained Misses Ingram, Knglnnd und Mcintosh with supper at Hoone Tavern Monday ev ening. Mrs. Maggie Ogg is spending Ihe week with her sister, Mrs. C. E. ar I I Mr. .1. II. Richardson was out of town on business two days last week. Mr. II. K. Taylor left yesterday on the fast train for Boston o meet Mrs. Taylor. They will go front there lo Maine, where I hey will spend ten days in the Maine woods. Tho very best guaranteed rubber tires used at Welch's. They put them on for 814.00 per set, (ad) s( . . ..t It:-- ,. IV .HI.. HIM- lill! Ill tI , I..: 1K i 1111 IS visiting this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Asher of Wallacelon. Mr. Win. Jones after a trip of several days through western Kentucky spent llie llrst of the week at home. Mrs. Minnie Weathers is visiting this week witli Mr. T. A. llobinson and family at Corhin, Ky. Mr. A. J. Smith spent the week's end with his family on Center Street. Mr. J. H. Jackson was visiting home folks the first of the week. Get those cow peas at Welch's. (ad) Miss Julia Pearle Hanson after a very delightful visit of two weeks wild her little friend, Miss Frances Purler of biugton, returned home Tuesday. Mr. Kd Asher of Wallaceton was visiting in Berea Monday. The best buggies in the world at Welch's. (ad) Mr. Frank Jones stenl a few days at homt this week after a trip thru Hi" mountains. Miss Helle Jones of Wildie was visiting in Herea Sundsy. Mr. Harry Dyson returned from F.vansville, Ind.. the tlrst of the week anil has begun the stone work on Dr. Davis' residence that has just been started on the Itawlings lot on Center SI. Mr. and Mrs. Kit Parks of Kingston were visiting with Mrs. Parks parents.- Mr. and Mrs. Boss Moore on I'M ill SI. Saturday and Sunday. Sec'y M. K. Vaughn moved into the properly forniely occupied by Dr. Iliibhard on llichmond SI. Monday. Miss Kiln Moore left Tuesday morning for Chautauqua where she will spend the summer. Miss Ellen llnyniond went up to Detroit, Mich., the llrst of the week lo .pend her vacation with her sister. - I..i l'0 whip-poor-w- ill Mr. James Wagers, who clerks for Get your tiro insurance, in Old Re-- 1 i having his vacation liable Companies. I represent only l and his family are out of the best. t'wn for a visit. II. C. Woolf. (ad) Miss Amy Todd has been unable Miss Sarah Ely who has been vis- -' iling her mother, Mrs. Jnne Ely re-- to he at her work In the Berea lo Buckhorn, Ky., Wedues- - i""al Bank, on account of illness, tilling day where she will still have charge "' Mrs. Will Haley has I the Witherspoon College Hospital, her place for a few ilays. Miss May Harrison was in lllch-speMiss Maude Morgan of Hyden. Ky., a few days last week with rel-- 1 moml al the tlrst of the week, I Miss Kale CiHldington and mother atives. Mr. W. II. Bower spent Sunday I arrived last week for the wedding with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. ' Mr. Harry Coddington which '"red Tuesday aflernoon. of Parksville. Ky. A home without Tho Citizen is likei Mr. Carlos lledrick of Paint Lick It is at a a ship without a sail. spent Friday here with friends, Why not lake The CitiMrs. Edgar Hayes of Paris, Ky., standstill. spent a few days with her sister, zen and move up? Mrs. L. A. Davis, accompanied by Mrs. Jack Baufle. Miss Alza Hayes relumed home! her two sous, Edward and Lewis,' Saturday from Conway where she left Monday for Omaha, Neb., for a1 had been visiting with her friends. visit of several weeks with her sis- She was also Prof. John F. Smith left vesletdav ler. Mrs. Kinnard. for Boston for a short visit before accompanied by Miss Andrell Ilich- going to Amherst to study for a rew ardson of Lexington. Mr. James T. Brown, who has been weeks. Mr. Edwin Tatiini id Richmond at the Tavern since last October left was a Herea visitor Tuesday of last today for Northern Michigan whore he and his brother will sonil the week, months, after which he Mr. and Mrs. W. It. (lahbar.l of summer Walhiceliui were in town Saturday ' plans lit return to Berea for the win-an- d h'r. Sunday. "''. Nat-lurn- ed Main Street Berea, Kentucky n! June Millinery Sale We want to reduce our stock of trimmed hats, materials, etc., and in order to do so we have made some marked redtic- - : tious, so that you can provide suitable and j seasonable millinery. Come in and look ; at some ol the bargains we olfer. We will hae just about what you want, at the price uu want to pay. 4 jftsb's Crn?r Main and Canter Su., Berea. Ky, LEMONADE COOL WEATHER AT HOME S LEMONS AND SUGAR AT S I I JOE W. STEPHENS LEMONADE Refrigerators - Oil Stoves - Refrigerators Oil Stoves - Refrigerators - Oil Stoves Refrigerators - Oil Stoves - Refrigerators Oil Stoves - Refrigerators - Oil Stoves Clearance Sale On All Goods AT WH B. E. BELUE Richmond - & COMPANY - Kentucky Pui-gaso- The Racket Store Miss Andrell Richardson who visProf, and Mrs. F. O. Clark left SatMonurday Tor Delaware, O.. to visit with ited from last Thurday until parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. day with Mrs. Geo. Dick accomMr. Clark's account of Ihe sudden death of her DEATH OF MRS. OGG pained Mrs. L. A. Davis to Omaha. J. Clark. Mr. Clark goes from there Mr. ilorwin v:ia niiiiiii.'tll v f.ilher. Mrs. Nora L. Ogg, wife of Mr. C. I. week for Columbia University Neb., for a few weeks visit. this Mr. Hobl. O. iJowuiau wno lia.s Ogg, died al her home, June L'lUh, alert Sunday, leaching his work. spec :il some to take pasi after a long Illness. Mrs. Ogg was School elass and enjoying the Chihr Mrs. Clark will continue at Delaware i been in Mchnlasville for nie ren's Day exorcises and on Monday IU...7 I.. iwn Weeks IS SDCnUlUK IIIIS wri'iv I. ...... in mil .l , tniir i,ir4 V.... . stay at Columbia. ,.i I. .1 III II. ni during his iiii.' health. in good his parents, Mr. anil Mrs. J. She was a daughter of Capt. Oran- - "',,l"'d to ! with Mr. Hubert Spenco, who underAI1011I four o'clock in the aft villi- - Merritt. In 8X0 slit- entered operation Monday for ap- C. llowman. went an If you feel Herea College, here she learned to union a neighbor passed and saw Mr. pendicitis, is getting along splendidyou have not been so- - love the institution, and from that him sitting by Ins table as usuiil. He ly. Dr. Robinson was the attending hurt because did not come to supper and upon ,,,,1,1 sh(. Uu ,.,. ,IVI.,, hinted to join llie ranks oi nie uu- surgeon. phone us. and wo wilt send our in hlKU ,.M,,,., ,v t llerea workers looking he was found lying on the Friends of The Citizen everywhere: izen; Hour by the side of his lied. He had Have the fee of !ilU(l,nt!i you can do nothing better than speak physician at once. ii good word for The Citizen and ?I ready. In I HH I she married Mr. Ogg of He-i- been dead about an hour. On Sat Mr. Win. Dooly after a very pleasand they worked hand in hand, unlay. Dr. Corwin's body was re More tho send in subscriptions, ant visit of several days wilh his in the Ogg Studio till the dreaded moved to Paramus, where he was merrier. week left Sun- and deadly disease, tuberculosis, buried by the side of Mrs. Corwiu in ProC. and N s. H.dph Iligby and parents in town last and routined her to her home, Dec. last. the cemetery he had laid out llfty went up to Chautauipia day for a trip thru Virginia children spend West Virginia. Tin Oirir Slllilio w:is :ilu:iw m uifn ears ago. Miss Corwiu has the yesterday where they will sympathy of all her Herea Mr. and Mix. J. W. Ilerndon enter- and delightful place Tor students lo l','l',' the summer. tained Mr. ami Mrs. Montgomery, visit because of her beautiful chris-- , ''""'"'Is. Mrs. Ornco Bender and children -Miss Dabbs and Mrs. KMwards at thin characteraudloving disposition. of Itichinond have been visiting for their home Monday night. She always had good words of cheer, UNION CHURCH NEWS several days with Mr. Joe Scrivnoi Mrs. V. O. Sleenrod and Miss II til I lll.lllfllllliiritf fill Hill iliuiillli"it.n,l . .. . '! " and family. ,. wl" I"'1''""-!- ' " . ,. .. mini fro... the mountains siinn-iW..LI. .iilii iieer i.iiie.i II) leacil III ' I'VjwhIiiiii fur "tfiml'ti Sllitim'f Misses Pattie and Fannie Movers or eastern hentucKy last ftunoay au-- then, the lessons that pertain to the ((. ,!lll0." patriot sermon. were in Lexington Monday, a visit there of several days. (.I.ristian ire. This is the secret of Communion service next Sunday a the grea love Ihe students and nil- been Miss (irace Dizney, who lias Mr. Arch Spicer, who underwent Mrs. Hoberts will meet her Hihle visiting in llerea since before cnin - v,.ry serious operation Tuesday is ens ha.l for her. r),lurjl Suil(lay n,Klt I efl Tuesday for her. doing well. Dr. llobinson was the , iiieuceinent Hie runeral service was held 0111 .,, 8,.rvlms nl ,urU wl attending surgeon. home in Harlan, Ky. ..... . i.e..- none on walnut ... VM y Ms ,,oh(,r,Mi College made its Yesterday llerea Miss Sarah Kly, who has been mi', n.iiurii.i.v i. ni wie 11. Moore. .... President rrosi. read a scr in- home for a vacation of several tlrst .shipment of peaches for this ..1 1.,,. nin- , ... ....- . 1.1 iu uu irent'iii in " , ,,1011 mm. spoKn very . ... ... ...-- . to her seas..... Miss Kiln Adams went to Hrush weeks, returned Tuesda tender midweek prayer meeting Thursda) ' Creek Monday lo visit her sister, work as head nurse of Ihe hospital 'm.cinng words of the beautiful S(I.v t ,1(, at Hueklioru, Ky. Mrs. Jack I.a.well. oung men characler or Mrs Ogg Prof. Dodge at onco: WANTI-s.il.Wt: "Serving the Hig pay. gave a review of her life from a for automobile business. ir ' (., wll, madness" V make you expert in ten weeks friend and neighbor's point of view. I'ay us after we secure the itev. McMurray preached the1 by mail. WANTED TEACHERS S-Aiuironriate l.vmns wo.nl von nosil ion. American Automobile sermon. M sung and fervent prayer offered. The' Tl"!1' !U" 'Himlrcds of good poil- fad) lustiliite. Los Angeles, Oil. reiiiains were laid to rest in the He- - lll,ls wa'i'K' ror you now 111 u wo have more. posni" nmiui. rea cemetery. STRAYED than wo have teachers. Knroii wiw may got Owner Nine sheep. us and let us givo you one. It moani SUDDEN DEATH them l.y (laying for advertisement bettur pay and lighter work. MAIN STREET, Near Bank and damage done by them. Miss K. K. Corwiu was called Mon- Mullins Teachers' Agency. (1. W. Crawford. Hig Hill. Ky.'().y IljKhl t(J N(.tl ni.am.(( N j Loudon, Ky M1 - SunH ., .(, va ....... ' " I '"" er - .ii-.iii- 1 jy 1 ,, .,i-i- 1 I ,.,,,. CLARKSTON L2J Deering Mowing Machines and Rakes , RAUS MIT EM SALE! We Want to build a new store and rearrange our stock this summer and we have goods in our way. So we have decided to give our customers advantage of the sacrifice in cost of moving these goods twice and we will offer them at sale prices or per special, prices here below. Sat., July 4, to Sat., July 18 4 2M OM Hickory Wefom, Complete 3 Z OM Hickory Wacom, Conptete 4 No. 11 Vulcan Start Bmr Plows. 5 2 1 1 7.7$ No. 12 Vulcan Start am plows. . . . . I.M 1 Brown Cultivators (Riding pivot Bsam). ,8 Disc Thomas Harrows 10 Disc Thomas Harrow 12 Disc Thomas Harrow M 21 gaL Fruit Jar per doz One Carload, Good Rushers, 3 doz. for Bsst Cam meal per. bu. Best Ship Stuff, per hundred lee. Qeansasy Soap 8 for Phssant Lard beat, per 50 lb. can I Mi I $1JI 25 ssste 9S.N Jl Cement state Speed Portland Cement, psr hundred lbs. Doors, Windows, Orates, lime, Brick, Tie, and a complete lias of holders meteriek; also paints, oils, brushss, etc. in full assortment at aH times. 2 '1 13 5 Tooth Cvltivatars 3 14 Tooth CuMvatars WrtkJnf CuWveeora JanssviHc Com Plantar ................ .,. . HM JIM 2.7S . . is. 2JI LSI 4i SV. 2S 21 Sq. 28 Maofinf, V Crime, Psr Sq.. . ,$SJI GeJvanaeed Roofing, Cornifatad Par Sq.. . US Ga. 0a. Ortvanissd Millet Seed Genuine Tennessee Grown German Mfflet Seed per bu. .$1.75 CJpver, Timothy, Blue Grass, Cowpsas, etc. at alliknss. S28.M Tmaks, reduce ts. . 7. ll.N Trmake, rtittce ts 7.3$ Trusks, rs4cs4 ta $117$ 8.75 32 Sq. 28 Oa. Oalvarassd Painted Roofing Psr Sq 103 Sq. 2 Ply RweW Roofing Per Sq 41 Sq. 3 Ply Rubber Roofing Per Sq.. $30.00 BkI Room Suite 25.00 Bad rsom Suite 20.00 Aamfafaier Rags. 9x12.. . 12 JO Stamlssi Tassstriss 9x12. $30.00 Kitchsn 20.00 Knchsn Cabtntta. In V $2SeK . 19 JC 17JI 5.95 UJI We also carry a Complete Line of Suit Casts. 1730 Kitchen Cabmste. 15.00 Kitchsn Cabinsta. $15.00 Man's Suite, Reduced to. 1230 Man's Suite, Rsducaa to. 10.00 Men's Suite, Rsduosd to. .till . 1SJS .12.48 $12.95 . . ftHJfi Paper rsUs 12yi aa4 15 cists paper , .M We carry the Largest Line of Wall Paper in Berea. HM 1.7$ Ladies' Skirts S3.58 ta $7.58 All 58 per seat est $1.00 la $S.tt Shirt Waists AM Underwear ft PWcaataff r All suauser gssds 25 per ceat eft? All Low Cut Shoes, both Ladies' and Gents', 25 per cent off All White Goods Ginghams, Calicos, Straw Hats and in general all Summer Goods will go at sale prices. ' - There are thousands of articles we can't mention in Departments. so. small a space but you: willfind a genuine sale in all periment Station, at Lexington the seventeen year locust, laai seen ta in 187, are due to appear this year According to a late bulletin e&t and a warning baa beea seat to the out by the Stale Agricultural Ex farmers and fruit growers 0f the Sevseteea Tear Lert Mow state. Tbe seventeen year locust is harmful, because in the warn states It lives by suokiag the sap from the roots of trees sad shrubbery and when eggs are laid, trees and plants pu which they are deposited die. The locust is the loag-e- st lived insect known to scientists. ' Seventeen years ago the eggs from which (his year's orop of locusts will be hatched, were laid on trees and shrubbery. The eggs after three weeks develop ' into worms, which drop from the trees and burrow into the ground, where they have lived since 1807, preying on the roots of trees. During June the worms are expected to reappear and develop into the locust. Selected. tit - i ii r ! - '. . kj J4 ' 4' ft. V ,; J-- DI h 4 k0 lti ,y XV ( . ' " .. , ' 'life 8 1 ichA i :t 'V. , cW -- ..'i s- ;M;-- ". .tft ' V -' 5 ? s" . U.l . ..... w 1 . , ,( , ) .. ,.J M - " ' I iMi..Hf' i hiiih ill ... in Julj. II . Ji i JiF J inTliii m- j-i ft ,, . in . IT " - t pit1. , wionntjwi a .1 .I ii fi i ueas .... 4 - f ii'ii 4 ft' ' ! i jtijiii-- - 44k 1?: i .1 ..... t T- v, -- A ;' " f It1 V. ,4 J. f July 2. UHt. THE CITIZEN Paa INva. BEREA BANK & TRUST CO. Report of the Condition of THE BEREA BANK . TRUST CO. doing business at the town of Berea, county of Madison, State of Kentucky, at the close of business on the 20th day of June, 1914. KHSOUKCES IxmtiN nnd Discount Overdrafts nncured and uuneciired Duo from HnnkH Cnnh on liant! Check nnd olhnr cash ileum Bunking Houno, Furnitiira and Fixture Othor AmsIh not included undor any of iIoth headu $113,705.24 801.00 0.050.01 'J.OfiO.Uri 141.05 17,100.00 207.82 A. ofllce. COURAGE BEREA STUDENTS In Boston and in the neighboring The Ohio Sorlely Sons of the RevSU0.010.H7 'towns thru which wo have been, wn olution, besides contributing otherTotal The Herea National is Seeking Your Business llnd a very ureal interest manifested wise to Berea's Student Aid Fund, LIABILITIES in Berea. Many have heard Preslr olTer three annual prizes for highest $ 25,000.00 dent Frost and it is oxceedlnly grat- scholarship in the Collegiate depart-mei- it Citpital Stock paid in, in cash J. L. GAY, Cashier 0.000.00 ifying to llnd (he love and esteem in Si.rnhm Fund The prize for the highest 2,408.02 which he is held. Fully a half doz- scholarship in I In; .Junior year is Undivided Profits, Iimn ox wnnen hnd tatra paid $51,837.42 en call him a second Lincoln, in his $r0; in the Sophomore year is $30; DnpoaitH autijcct to check O lve and devotion to a great cause and in the Freshman year is $20. LAST DAY OF CHAUTAUQUA 52,272.25 Tin.., DepotdtH SOCIAL GATHERING 301.78 107,471 45 In speaking with Dr. Cornelius I'at-to- n, The last day of the Chautauqua Cinhler' chcckB oultlaiHlinR The grades for the year have now Tuesday afternoon a pleasant little of I ho American Board, I hapbeen made out and Hie following was a fitting close to the season. party was given at the home of Mis3 10,1110.37 pened (o tell of the renewed cam- students designated. It is expected Captain Richmond P. Hobson's ad- Burgess in honor of Miss Dabhs, of Total paign which Berea was making, for thai Jackson W. Sparrow, Ksn., of dress in the afternoon was splendid Meridian, Miss., who has been tho hi A Tit OK KFNTI'OKV. f enlarging and intensifying its work. Cincinnati, Secretary of tho Ohio and his audience was large and at- guest of Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery (Mini; nl MhIImhi Wr, A. Isaacs and John F. Dtan, President and Caahier of the above named Dr. Pattern leaned hack and said: Society Sons of the Revolution will tentive despite the downpour of for some time. Tho following wore Hank, do solemnly swear thai the above statement is true to the best of our knowl- - "Well, time's are pretly hard. Money g. visit Berea near Hit; opening of the rain. present: The Madams Marsh, eJtre and belief. The evening's entertainment was is certainly hard lo raise. It's a big Fall Term and personally present A. ISAACS, President. Calfee, Osborne, Kdw'ards, undertaking for Berea, hut then "j the prizes as follows: given by Reno, the magician and his Montgomery nnd the Misses Dabbs, JOHN K. DEAN, Cashier. and In; smiled, "President Frost pan For the Junior year (entering as remarkable achievements kept bis Welsh, Cameron, Sinclair. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 30th dajr of June, 1914. wide-eyegel anything around here ho wants. i Senior) Miss Margaret Todd. d audienco and open- W. P. Kldd, Notary Public. llo has such n constituency that For the Sophomore year (enter- mouthed with wonder nnd surprise. My commission empire January 30, 1916. DELIGHTFUL PARTY nothing can disappoint him." The musical prelude by Kirk Correct Attest: ing as Juniorii Miss Lillie Dean Mrs. Sail ii; P. Hanson entertained Towns, a line baritone, and the Burns Last Friday night. I wenL to the Stamm. quite a large number of her friends year (entering Trio was greatly enjoyed I For the Freshman Park Street Church. rcmomhorcd BLACK MOUNTAIN BACK FROM SELLS FARM MACHINERY at a lawn parly al her home on asking Dr. Conrad, their pastor, to, as Sophomore), Arieigh Crockett On lift Wednesday inoiniiitf, .Mine SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC Chestnut St. last Saturday evening. I am an iiKcnl for the Waller A. speak lo our Y. M. C. A. when ho' (irillin. t!i, the Berea Y. M. ',. A. repieseu-liilivi- 't The Berea Baptist Sunday School The party was in honor of Miss II. .M. Co. mowing Wood ,M. was in Berea two years ago. As relumed from the Southern BEREA TEAM WINS will have their annual picnic at tho Sarah Fly who returns to her work rakes, disc and loolli har- soon as they found out I was from Student Confereiio-- , held on lln The Berea baseball team won its VanWinkle grove next Saturday, at Buekhorn, Ky., this week. The drills, wiiKous, etc. Call Berea, I was surrounded hy a crowd ground at lllnck Mountain, rows, game with Carlersville last Saturday July Uh. evening proved a thoroughly enm, pnun. of eager people. The homo depart- -; North Carolina. Wo had four stud-- 1 13-All members of the church are joyable one in every respect and the (his church has been greatly by a Dual score of meiit of r.. n, Hrewer, ent repnventatie;i :il the conference j On the Fourth of July they will urgently requested to come and guests departed with the desire for interested in the Blue Lick Sunday double-headthis year, Mr. Ben MiGuire. Benlon ,ail Ky. witli Whiles bring their children. A great time many similar gatherings thru the SturKoon. School, sending money, hooks and day a Fielder. William J. Croiirh and II. summer. Station. Come and boost the team. is expected. (. Holland. All returned from tin! conference with many new Ideas for I ho cnsiinn: year which will he put In practice at the opening of the fall lenn. I'.very phase of Y. M. C. A. work amniin sliidcnls was discussed. Hie ways of condiictniK religious meet-Iiik- s. the present ma of vocations, ell', to the youim student. We llnd thai our Y. M. C. A. here is far ahead of oilier oiKaniations in oilier schools, hut while we are riht fiiiidainrutally we have made many little mistakes in details. There was a systematic movement at the conference which held oNerytluiu: and everybody in its olntclies durum I ho entire ten days. Willi over three hundred present at the conference, there was not a sin-u- le ahsence from Itlhle classes ilur-ii- u the entire conference. II would he well If the school lllhle classes uiik'ht pattern after Ihis record. ll of the leaders were ef allle men and every address had soine-llni- u new. and ornrinnl. ami worth renielllherillK. I'rofessor llaine still retains his popularity and alulity as a leader al lllack Mounlaiu and the from here know how Ever put on in Berea, nothing reserved, nothing excepted. Every article in the store included. We are making a most determined effort to disverv well he deserves it. We hope thai our new ideas will make more pose of as quickly as possible all summer Merchandise, to make room for fall goods which will soon be coming in, offering in this sale thousands elllcrent Y. M. C. A. work ii"t year. Ready-to-we- ar Furnishings, Shoes, Etc., Etc., in fact all quality, 1 1 Krn-herj I 0. er supplies. Ami tlio members of the church were so glad to see somcono Bi Charles SU Boston, Mnsi. who had heen at Blue Lick nnd could Juno 2l, 1011. tell them more about the work in-in which they have such a loving . My Dear Mr.,Kdilor: terest. Accordlnt? to a previous nrrango-mcToday the weather is quite cool. I met Dexter Todd in Wash-IiikIo- ii I have seen many persons on the and logi'lher we had a itnul streets with overcoats on. Slopping pleasanl trip to Boston. My regards lo all friends. in Now York a few hours, I had the Cordially, pleasure of interviewing K. T. Col-to- n Waldo B. Davlsou. nnd John (Hover, head secretaries in the Internal lonal Y. M. C. SONS OF THE REVOLUTION ENLETTER FROM LAST GRADUATE YEAR'S nl BEREA NATIONAL BANK BEREA, KENTUCKY Capital $25,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits, 528,000 The Government Charters, Examines The National Banks and Controls THURSDAY, JULY 2nd Is the Day Everybody is Waiting for, It Being the First Day of the Greatest Price Sacrificing Clearance Sale MEN'S CLOTHING This assortment containing tho $5.00 repre-eiitaliv- es N Todd The marriage of Miss lo Mr. Harry Coddington took place Tuesday afternoon, June .'10, at (he home of Hie bride's mother, Mrs. A. formed the ceremony in the pres-- 1 euro of a Miinll company of relatives and friends of the two families. The wedding was the embodiment of all that is lovely and simple mid Tho hk'tiitled in a home wedding. beautiful decorations of ferns and wild daisies arranged by the bride's Kill friends, the wedding march played hy her sister, MifS Maiviiret Todd, the dainty (lower girls, the impressive ceremony, (he delicious supper prepared by Miss Kthel Todd, (he good wishes and of the guests, mid the llual mysterious disappearance of the couple all combined lo make Hie occasion perfect and delightful in every way. plo were students The young together in Berea. Later Miss Todd graduated from Olicrliu College and for the past two years has been teacher of I.atiu in the high school at Oak Park, III. Mr. Coddington completed 1111 engineering course at Ihe Fniversily of West Virginia nnd is now in the testing department of the Norfolk ami Western Railroad, with headquarters al lloauoke, V.i, The best wishes of their many friends follow the young couple lo I heir home at lloauoke. (iod-speeis of articles usually found in a first class apparel, of dollars worth of the highest The people well know of the high class Merchandist handle by us, store. It is not necessary to mention that we will strictly do as we advertise. well know of our conservative methods; they know that we have never inaugurated a sale, never made any assertions without strictly stating the truth. We are overstocked, and have decided to dispose of as much of our stock as possible during this nine day sale. We promise you a sale of marvel offering the most alluring bargains. STRAW HATS All tho newest shapes and styles to bo had, no old styles in the lot. $3.95. $3.50 MEN'S LOW SHOES Walk-Ov- er LADIES' SHOES Grade Gun metal and patent leather pumps and Oxfords. The very newest styles, also including black and tan English low shoes. Salo $X7 prico $3.00 latest and nobbiest of this season's styles, a complete assortment of stylo and sizes which will bo sold at the following prices: Suits worth ft 8.00 for.... 112.48 Suits worth $15.00 for.... $11.15 $8.25 Suits worth $12.50 for Suit3 worth 10.00 for $7.05 BOY'S CLOTHING Boys' Suits. Perfection boys' Norfolk suits of sterling valuo as for wear, a regular $8.00 value on salo at.... $6.15. Boys' $5.00 Suits. In all colors and stylos, extra val$4.15. uo. Salo prico $8.00 Gun Metal, only $4.50 Walk-Ove- r. Blucher, Oxfords for Black and tan button and English Hal. Oxfords. Salo prico.... $3.75. $4.00 Both soft and stiff rims. $3:00 Hats for $2.50 hats for $2.00 Hats for $1.50 Hats for $1.00 Hats for MEN'S UNDERWEAR $2.00 $1.75 $1.40 $1.10 8O0 Walk Over Oxfords, Gun Metal, Vici Kid and Iluss. Calf, Button or Blucher. All styles of tho very bost stock. Sell $3.25 at $3.50 ' Walk Over. Oxfords in tho latest styles, only $2.95 good quality. Go for $2.50 Low Shoes. Good serviceable shoes, gun metal and Vici Kid, black. Only while $2.00. tliey last for Cooper's Klosed Erotch Athletic stylo Union Suit worth $1.00. 85o Sale prico AH kinds of summer weight underwear not mentioned abovo will be greatly reduced. MEN'S DRESS GLOVES The Noted H. valuo for $150 valuo for $1.00 valuo for $2.00 & Grade. Baby doll pumps, gun metal and patent Oxfords, low or high hoels. Go for only $2.35. Grade. Gun metal button and Bluoher Oxfords. An excellent value for $3.15 only LADIES' WAISTS $2.50 P. Brand $1.60 $1.25 85o Worth $1.00 and styles, extra values. $1.25. New Only....75o for thirteen years. He was tl years of age, was born in Jackson county, Kentucky. He was a member of the Baptist church; was failhrul nnd The met death with composure. funeral was held In the Baptist Church Sunday afternoon. Brothers Fllis and Mo.Murry olllcialed. The remains were laid lo rest in the Bo'u ron comely by the members of Lodge $0. LW. I. 0. . F. He leave. il wife, one son and two daughters to mourn his loss. Be-ri- DEATH OF JOHN II. GABBARD Ills departure look place Saturday II was 110 evening the i!8lh. lust. surprise as lie bad been a sulTorer Special Note This is merely a partial list of the many bargains to be had. However every department Clothing, Furnishings, Shoes, Xc in fact every article contained in our establishment is included in this sale, and will be sold during this time at the most extraordinary reductions. Nothing reserved. The entire stock will be placed on sale. Look for goods marked with red tags, they represent special bargains. SALE LASTS NINE (9) DAYS ONLY. CASH TO ONE AND ALL THURSDAY, JULY 2nd TO SATURDAY, JULY 11th, 1914 MAIN ST. HAYES & GGTT THE CASH STORE" berea, ky I'ilBO Sir THE CITIZEN. "Then why do you keep a secret from me?" Tom made no reply. Phoebe studied his counleininee for awhile, then said: "Tom. I'm for the king." "You don't mean It. Phoebe!" "Yes.il do, and I believe you're, real, ly on the same side." "Are you telling the truth. Phoebe?" "To be sure I am. I want to make some money, Tom. I enn easily overhear the general when he talks with bis nttleers. and I would like to get some Information to (leneral Howe. Could you take It for mot" "I can do liettcr than that for you. sweetheart. I've gut a chance to make some money myself. I'll divide with you. Together we can make a good deal. Meet me tonight after lights are out on the river hank." Phoebe, who was trying to worm Tom's secret out of him. let him go reluctantly, fearing that he might gatb er caution anil refuse to trust her He did regret having placed so much confidence In her. but he reallr.nl that bo had gone too far to retreat. When she met him on the river hank he gave her the whole story. When the Revolution broke out and the people of New York ruse against the authority of the king, the governor of the province, Tryon, lied to the warship Asia, the vessel of which Phoebe bnd spoken. There he plotted or. rather, continued to plot for Washington's assassination. He hrllied Tom Illckey. a member of Washington's life guard, to poison the general's food, Illckey. as soon as Phoelie had avow dl herself a royalist, realizing Hint she would be able to do the work more eas lly than he, proposed the scheme to her Phoelie was thunderstruck. Fortunately It. was dark on the river hank, and Illckey could not see the horror In her face at his promsal. She pretended for awhile to Ik- - iiicrse tu the plan, but when Illckey held before tier the reword they would receive and how it would enable them to marry and vi lli comfort she feigned to yield and culled for the poNou. Turn gave tier a powder, and she. aflir enduring his caresses for a few moment, slipped awny from him and returned to head quarters. The general was engaged In dictatCap ing dispatches to his aid tain Hamilton, and as soon as Hamilton loft the room Phoebe knocked nnd was bidden to enter. Closing the door behind her. she revealed the plot she had drawn from Illckey. "What!" exclaimed Washington. "Are thee men. not content with living ty rants, ambitious to be murderers?" Phoetie. who stood In great awe of the, commander, wns alxnit to with draw when he stopped her "1 am anxious." he said, "to fix this crime upon the man who has Instigated It. I shall not arrest this miserable tool till you have drawn all the eri dence from him It Is smslblu for you to get. Meet him again tomorrow; pretend to bo ossured that you will receive tbe reward for my assassination and hare hlm-- lf you can prevail upon him to do so get for you the names of as many persons Involved In the plot as you can." Phoelie signified her wllllngnexs to do all In her ower. The general took the iuwder from her and gave It to bis medical director with an order to an alyze It and report to him concerning olsou. It. It proied to be a virulent The next daj Phoelie- brought the general considerable evidence, some of number of per it written, involving sons. Having got all the Information thqt sci'iucd to Ik- - forthcoming. Wash Ingtou sent out parties of soldiers to arrest those within his line who were Illckey was arreted at Implicated the same time. Phoebe saw- - him led past under guard and said to him: "You would lie murderer: You thought to use me In jour effort to kill the tin est man in America. You will be hang ed. und It will serve you right:" At his trial Phoebe Praiinee was the Washington was principal witness to tlx the Intended especially crime on liuieruor Trion. ami by Phoelie'H testimony, or. rather, the evl dence she had drawn from lib key. he Illckey was was enabled tu do ho found guilty and sentenced to Is hang ed. The sentence was executed In due course of time. What became of Phoelie Friiiiuies Had she not history dues nut state t out succeeded In worming (he of Tom Illckey. Washington might have gone duwu under the attempt ut the Ilrltlsh to eliminate him from the Itrilggle. 11 sis-re- July 2, 11)1 1. TheHouseOn Across the Mexican Border xRlOM0ND Between the Battle Lines of the i: ::::::::::::;::::;; HOW HE WON RUTH By WALTER HlLLY A i$J0PMP5. tCop) rlnht, 1411. JOSEPH DELANEY. July 4- t'rrsa Atao-cMtlo- n Federal and Revolutionary Troops Capt. F.ATMitchel by American ) old New York during the latter part of the eighteenth century, not far from that part of the city lying near and north of what l now Canal street, there was a rise In the ground en lied Itlehniond hill, on which stood what was a handsome rvsldouce for that day. To the south lay the Uxpenartl meadows, and to the west was the North river. In July, 1775. Washington took command of the Continental armies at Cambridge. The battles of Concord. Lexington and Hunker Hill had been fought, and thu next most linortant struggle was for the possession of New York. The Ilrltlsh had command on tbe water, which gnre them a great advantage, nnd were bound sooner or later to take the city, but Washington went there to put up as good n tight for tt as possible. It was during the subsequent operations that Washington occupied the mansion on ltlchtnnnd bill. The housekeeper was I'hocho IN The Land of Broken Promises By DANE COOL1DGE Author of --The Fighting Fool," "Hidden Water," "The Texican," Etc volco. Thu tone 1 echoed blatantly over tho village green. For over half an hour a WHndcrltig medicine fakir had been descanting upon his nostrums to a curious crowd who drank In his big words nnd nmazing statements. Smug rotund, lingering on the outskirts of tho crowd, John Moore smiled complacently to himself. "None, of that In mo!" ho chuckled. "I reckon ho can't sell 1110 any of his sugar nnd water humbugs." " hen you feel dlizj heniled. difficulty In breathing, again loo' out! They may lead to serious complication. Ho warned In time. Tho I. X. U Sure. Cure will protect you." A thin dyspeptic man stepped up and purchased a, bottlo of tho much mooted elixir of life. Then, despite some further forcible talk of tho vender, rales went slow. Ho began to traverse moro explicit lines. Ho painted a dismal plcturo of 111 health. As symptom aftor symptom wns named, with a proud and positive smile John Moora kept tab on them. "(lui'ss I'm n well and husky sped men If I did havo rheumntlsm once," gloated tho old fellow, nnd was about to remove bis w ell fed und well stills fled self from the vlrlnlty, when tho medicine vender, growing desperatn at the lack of Interest and Investment as to his warns and their boasted virtues, named new "symptoms." Then he came to u sudden stop. Indeed a startled hnlt. "There Is another lino of symp toms," declared the fnker solemnly "They apply to fatal diseases," nnd he j named several cancerous distresses ol tho human family "What Is tho pro ventatlve" Tho I. X. Q, Sure Cure' In time, It will kill out tho! germs. Hut when the full dlsearn so-I J strlthnt "When you have a sharp pain betbo solar plnxls and the oblongata thorax, look oull" bawled a tween I physician seemed Inclined to renew the ncqunlntunccshlp and Ruth was glad to reallzo It. Two days later Mr. .Mooro changod Ho would sen Doctor Par-tohis tnlnd It wns a reluctant direction tin gave for his presonco and when tho young physician arrived ho recolvod n decidedly chill nnd sulky greet. Ing. "I h.ivn sent for you not to oxsm-Ininn or tend on mo," snld the old "I have got ft fotnl disman bluntly I know what ease. It Is nnd what will euro It. I send for you hecauso, you being a doctor, probably know where to get a raro remedy I need." "What Is thu remedy" Inquired Doo- ... . uiiun. nun hit iiiiu u...... I!i,fl. V ., n,,111 1,.. Ho had only tho evening previous. told her that hu considered that her father was moro t cared than III. Until had told of tho "symptoms" her father had bad described and tbo doctor smiled to himself "It's radium," replied .Moore, "I understand It Is raro and eiponalvo' "Very." "Can you get tun enough for a u 1 11 Incidentally several dines The youn n. treatment?" "I can try." "Vi7 well. If It costs up to five thousand dollars I must havo It," Insisted "the Invulld " And then tho doctor was so Indulgent that Monro agreed to allow him to exnmlne the dreadful "prickly" spot. Hiiro enough, when the doctor pressed It Mooro uttered a frightful howl of pain. The doctor, too, rnught a sharp stab In the linger I In smiled cures what feel that we are indeed fortunate in able to announce this truly remarkable story for serial publication in this paper. WE f. niw I It is a stirring story of the Mexican revolution in which this portrayer of western character has painted vivid pictures of the Mexico; the plight of scenes of carnage in American refugees in border towns; the wantonness of both the Mexican federal and revolutionary troops, and in fact gives a graphic and truthful description of present conditions and all through the medium of ft powerful story. Mixed with the adventures of two Americans is a passionate love story. war-infesthair-raising AM ANXIOUS TO US THIS CHIME UPOM THE MAS WHO HAS I.SSTIOATLl) IT." Frauuces, daughter of Samuel Frnun ces. who kept thu fatuous tavern. Phoebe was an attractive, girl and was not In want of lovers. One of them was Thuiiias Illckey. a member of the life guard of Washington. One day when the housekeejier was directing n negro woman who was sweeping the front (torch Illckey left his tent aud went up to speak to her She asked him: 'What do you supiose that Urltisb warship out there In the river Is up to? She's been hovering about ever since the general cuine here." I replied know?" 'How should Hlekey. with a show of Irritation that surprised Phixibe. 'How should you know?" shu re peated. "One would supiHise from the way you take my ipjestlon that you were In league with her captain. Illckey still further astonished the girl by turning pale at this random shot. I'boebe looked at him for a while In a sort of curious wonder: then, turning to the negro woman, she said: That "III do, Susan. You may go In now." The woman disappeared, and Phoebe Frounces and Tom Illckey were left sloue. There was no one nearer than tbe sentry pa el nit to and fro In tbe yard below. 'Now, Tom." said Phoebe, "tell ine what's the matter with yon." 'What's the mutter with me? Why. nothing's the matter with 1110." Tom. I thought you said you loved me." I queerly. "I will be here with the remedy tomorrow, Mr. Moore," he said. When the young physician appeared as promised, with an Impressive air tin placed a Ilttlu phlnl done up In elaborate coverings of cotton, silk and metal Ot courso this was tho radium, Moore decided "Now, sir." said Doctor Parton "I shall hatn to give you .1 light anaesthetic. Then I will apply the remedy " To this Moore agreed. Once he was under the Inlluencu of the drug, thu doctor took out a tiny pair of surgical I In pressed the Jaws pincers. of tho Instrument to the center of the Ing spot and drew out a needl. In some way the little tormentor then? had got under the Mesh and this wan tho causa of the "fatal eymptoms " Really and truly Doctor Parton rubbed thu contents of the phial over the spot, so he could say later tlut ho had applied "the remedy " And then the artful young physician left the house after a few word with Ruth. Tho next day John Moorn was "well" So more "fatal" sensational ' Ho did nothing but eat and sleep fur a week, making up for lost linn. Then hn sent for the doctor "Cured'" he announced, deliriously j happy with relief and hopo. guess you are, Mr. .Moore, absented Parton. 'The radium did It a terrible bill. I I 1 I suppose?" It I the Type of Story Every Reader Will Appreciate BARE A FACED ENGLISH KINGS. I Record of Three Centuries That Was Broken by Edward VII. It was often remarked ut the accession of Kdwaril VII. that lie was the lirst hoarded king for nearly 300 years. The ill fated Charles I. was his immediate predecessor in tltis rcpect, and he came to the throne in Ui'25. Charles was the last of the kings for a very long time to represent the Elizabethan or Shakespearean fashion of the minted beard and to wear his own ! air on his head. Charles II. wore a tremendous wig curled in a hundred ringlets, but the only hair on his face was a slight mustache. None of his tuccessors until Edward VII. boastod even that. Both beards and miutachcs went clean out of fashion, and James II., William III., all of the Georges and William IV. were just as clean shaven as all the rest of their masculine subjects There was a time when a beard had not been seen iu England within living memory. In wearing a beard Charles I. followed the example of his father, James, and, as James was a Scottish before he was an English king, he probably followed the fashiou of his predecessors in the northern kingdom. Henry ViU. nearjy. aJiuudm vears Lefore James 17s time had been as much an innovator in respect to whiskers as Edward VII. was, for this mnch married monarch could look back upon several barefaced predecessors without a break, for none of the kings from Henry V. to Henry VII. wore the least hair upon their faces. Prior to Henry V.'s time, however, beards might bo said to be almost the rule, and indeed, from William I. iu lOOG to the death of Henry IV. in 1413, no king sat on the English throne who was clean shazen. I'tioconqueror and his two sons and successors were content n mustache only, as were Henry II. and Richard II.. but Richard the Lion Hearted would to have made the lcard fashionable, for his brother John, Henry IU. and the first three Edward entirely gave the razor the goby. Thus out of the thirty-thre- e kings who have ruled in England the beard wearers and the clean shaven almost provide a tie, for then-ar- e thirteen of the former and fourteen of the latter. Sis king- - wore mustaches. london Stray Stories. It Did. In 'Bohemian Days Iu Fleet Street" the folio wlug siiir.v of Charlie Williams, tbe war correspondent, appears: "CUarlle Williams could have given linrou Muueliaiiseii a slum- - anil a lieat lug. He spoke with a rasping North of Ireland accent, anil his anecdotes gained greatly h.v tin- - Mull. I matter of fact manner In which !ie were narrated. I recall now mn- - of til campaign reminiscences. It 1st .iiatnt experience of u correspondent under tire. " '1 hail got iimler euvt-- r of a big bowlder ami hail tethered my horse beside me. was Just liiiliii'liln' a besklt, when a shell hurst on thji iia'k 1 spontaneously And he never knew all the truth about the radium! and Ruth and her The I. X. L. Sure Cure Will Protect happy husband made up for their InYou." nocent deception by helping to rnaku John Moore's last days his beat days. Radium. And what doos radium (Copyright, IJH. by W U Chapman ) cost? Oh, my friends! ward off this my terrible calamity with a bottle of Symptoms" he TURKEY GETS UP TO DATE cardinal mixture. named a score and wound up with "a prickly sensation under the sur- Sultan's Followers Have Taken to Aviface." "Ob, no," replied Parton easily, "I happened to ham that phial you'ru welcome to IL" "Then you sated my life for nothing'" shouted the excited Moorn. "Well, not exactly," answered thu young doctor slowly "I hoped you would appreciate my services cuougb to give me Ruth." "Take her'" cried old John Moon "Hah!" gasped Moore, and bis band His face turned stole to bis back. white as chalk. He staggered homeward tilth tho hoarse, despairing words: "I've got It doomed!" For tro days old John Moore neither ate nor slept. He remained In his owu room, groaning and desperate. He had got bold of several medical works. While the "prickly sensation" described by tho medicine faker was not named, the terrors of the disease were. .Moorn was convinced that he bad It and had It bad. For several months, whenever any unaccustomed pressure came upon a, certain part of bis back a sharp stinging pain resulted. Ob, It was there! He was going to dlo! He felt it, be knew It, and he told his daughter Ruth so. Ho was so distressed and positive that she became alarmed. "I don't see why you don't send for a doctor," she said. "Who shall I send for?" snapped tho irritated Invalid. "There's only Doctor Parton and none of him, not ! If I die for tt! No, You know how he Insulted me when I bad that slight attack of rheumatism-WheI wondered wbat could cause It In a man like me, who don't know tbo Us to of drink, who never used tobacco. What did he say? Inherited! Who from? Past generations! Ho had the audacity to say that It was probably a trace ot gout Inherited from some old roysterlng iwaab buckler or pirate among my ancestors. He said this to me me, John Moore, whose forefathers brought Plymouth Rock over to this country!" Uuth niado no reply to all this. Tbe speech renewed a sunny memory In her mind. She and Doctor Parton bad become quite good friends during tho time he bad attended her father. When the latter had dismissed him la anger they did not see very much of each other. However, Uwy had mat slr-rco- ation, and Usual Price In Human Life la Result did." 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They have no seams to rip. They never become loose and baggy as the shape Is knit In, not pressed in. They are Ouaranteed for fineness, for style for superiority of material and workmanship, absolutely stainless and to wear six months without holes, or a new pair free. bon't delay, send in your order offer expires. Give correct size. WEAR-EVE- R HOSIERY COMPANY re planes for thu army If two offlcent would fly from the Ilosporous to the lloly land. Tbo offer was accepted by Saver Paslin mlnlitnp nf ...... , u.n M umia " w. - . nuw began to form a flying corps, and div elded on a flight from Constantinople to Alexandria, that Turkish officer mlght show themselves as held and skilful as Kuropeans. Tho flight began February 8. The two monoplanes hod Captain Fethy and Lieutenant Badlk In ono and Lieutenants Noury and Ismail Hakkl iu the other. The Sultana was present at the departure and gave a banquet to Captain Futhy, Noury's machine had a number of minor accidents at first, while Fetby bad a triumphal journey as far aa Uelrut. He stopped here several days and reached Dumaacus In safety. Leaving this city February 27, then was no news of him for days. Then tho wreck of the monoplano and the bodies of Its occupanta were found near the Lake of Tiborias. Tho accident, whatever It was, was observed by no one, and Its cause la unknown. Hut this accident has not hindered othera from continuing the work, aud there are many volunteers to succeed them. Turkey Is the latest country to form an army aviation corps. Tho first for Its formation came, curiously enough, from Jerusalem. When a French aviator descended near that city, the first to bo seen there, the offered to buy two aero- - Dayton, Okie) I do not care Or remnant beef with Just a Ot chicken or of ham. Real Happiness. To be truly happy Is a question of bow we begin and not of bow we end. of what we wuut snd not of what we bave.-Btevei- Koa Friends of the Dog. Princess CbrUllan, Prlucesa Victoria Loulso and other persona of tbe royal family havo become intorested In the work In Kngland ot Our Dumb Friends' league. A home for stray dogs la London Is to be established under to awploea of the laacu. July 2, 1014. THR CITIZEN Pngo Sovcn. IN THE HOME MM I ( death of innny n womnn." While I nm not advanced enough lo ndvlso anyono lo let licr liouso go wholly iindiislod, I nm still flmllng consldcr- nlilo satisfaction in daring lo Btiggcst I lint llioro Is somo virtue for n molli-.- er in THE LAND OF THE BROKEN PUZZLEDOM. ENCHANTMENT. Once upon n time n rich nnd handsome prince grew tired of ccreninnlnl life nt the court, so he set out nlone In senrrh of mlreiitnre. Once nt tliecloe of the dny he found himself In the depths (if ii great forest tic looked ntioiit for some plm e In which to spend the night. Not a house of nny sort or description wns to he seen So he wns compelled to roll hlmelf In his clonk nml II nil n resting plnce under n mighty onk Wearied with the dny'n Journey, he soon fell fnst nsleep. only to tie nwnkened tiy the sound of weeping. The prince sprang to his feet. The moon wns shining brilliantly, nnd not fnr nwny he snw n beautiful maiden apparently hi deep distress. He tins SIXDOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door I pictures nnd bric-a-br- ac nnd unused rooms that nrc 'perfection every dny. wilh a mother In her ,hi'nllh nnd spirits Is . not dusted lo A Doien Stain to Dascend. Surely homo No. 1762. two letters of each lire letThe Inst possiblo ter word, when lorrcrtly defined, bebest heller limn come the first tVo of Its successor; nervous, home with nn over-tire- d, A month of promise. iilust. chasing womnn nl tho head of A well known epic Ke in. A viper. If slighting wooden furniture it. To rut) out. here nnd there gaves n flesh nnd ' A iimnlicr. hlood nnd mother, To penetrate. let (he dust clay on, nl least soino of A uilMakc. i the lime, I say. Selected, To declaim. licnrl-pos.ocss- cd i Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnin- g Training that ndds to your power, combined with general educntion. FOIt YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commcr- - cinl. I FOIl YOUNG LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking;, Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. Cooking. 2nd Door ! j I Berea's Foundation School vnnsE I tor this week Our Yankee Doodle Coy. VANKEC ! Illgld. lleii'Oli. A kind of chair. To nliriignte. No. 1763. Beheaded Rimoe. The rlnrri who once Irlnl lo Iter fair linml ttoumteil wilh the A manic strep he then fell she lay Ami thus for General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress DOODLC bin and bold. I un nil Drenti a lain oi rru. i J Cnp and plume upon hia held, t On his thloh a aword of lath, . i. .iM i.1 II... I NO HMMiKMi in ii mmuiir. i. A r(d nnon by lne rath, ThllM fill and pain and sorrow nre. The true, tarry banner o'tr him S. Longfellow. And a loud drum hung before him. A-- look lo Thee in every need, And never look In vain; Thv lourh. IHernnl Love. nil i well nunin: j 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Coarse fl J ..' -- Colonel, captain, carriton, Gunner, drummer, all in one) Tyrant Mng and Henlan foes PLAYING WITH WATER before hit blows Wnler is one of Nature's iinixcrsnl Cnnnot aland one with ears, Nay, nor any Kvery creature (except Dear mammit nor grenadKrst playthings. porhnpH the eat!, delights in splashing and throwing it into (he many lieoutlful forms which it assumes so easily. There is no plaything which tends Itself so teadily to a baby's slight strength. Merely by kicking his anus and leg in the bath, he Until, lo break tlin alumlier I're lirr mirt anul by It cio A noMo knight, by true loe K lined all the ipcll awny. I , , For those who are not expecting to teach nnd who arc not going thru College, hut desire more general education. This is Just the thing for those preparing for" meil cal studies or other professions without a college course. It nl gives t lie best general education for those who wish a good start in study and expect to carry it on uy themselves. No. 1764. Numerical Enigma. nm comHisel of sixteen letters nnd sped the name of n master printer. .My 1 7 H Is n plnce for keeping coal. My Is ii pnrt of the head My t r:t l.'l Is leun My ISO Is n Isiy's nleknnme. Is not neiir. My My Is a boy's nleknnme. Is n relative. My 1 1 1 J 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best training for those who expect to teach. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter nnd spring, thus earning money to kecpright on in their course of study Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course contrives wonderful results; soapsuds bubble up nboul him, fountain" of while water flash into the air and die down again beside him, lli.w he kicki. and crows, and gurgles with delight, as he llnds hiin-stt- lf a small, dependent crealure -nblo lo elicit lhee full responses from his playmate, the water! A frelful baby can of Inn be amused and ouiclcd by letting him play with waler in a number of innocent p. him a small doll's ways, Illled wilh waler, and let him pour II into (he bottom or the baln give him a spoon, and let him splash. If a thick Turkish hath towel is tted about huii, or an old shawl, he will come (o no harm from I his lea-mi- No. 1765. I Riddles. I am never fell, but nm used and seen. I may Im enlort-- blue or Kri-cn- . come at early dawn. I When nlnht la here I'm partly cone. I'm In the moon, etaa, sun and nlr. This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, llirtory and nil preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department ataa 6th Door Berea College Questions Answered Don't renrch the dark I'm neer there. II. Men lo not wrltn upon me, yet I'm full of inun's liamlwrltlnp. I'm dry as bnnrs, but often net Wilh nords of man's Inditing. Your mlolvo seal wilh solemn care, Hrnd It world away. Then hold me up lo the mirror. There I'll tell what you hail to say. Ynuth'a Companion. This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. "I AM TIIK IMCOinRIt SIIR HA 1) or KINO MEN08," ntlHIH'IIM'Ut. Indeed, I ued lo lake my children, when I hey were tired with a long day in the house because or slormfi ouiside, lie Ihem up in various woolen wrap, and set I hem down around 'and let them tin- - baby's bath-tusplnh tor all they were worth. Of fours., I rolled up their sleeves and I pinned thorn fast to the shoulders of Kven the baby, a? their drese. wion a, he was able to sit alone, used nccaiinally to have put on the shelf in front of hi" high chair a bowl full of water, and a rubber ball with a hole m it. This ball he Illled and emptied again and again with delight. I gavo bun also little hollies which would llll themselves when Ihey were thrown into the Then he would pick them waler. nut, Mini Ihem upside down, and delight in the respon-- e. - Selected. b, ' ' I'hiitn tiy Ami'tkuri 1'irh rilE YASKr.K IXXIIll.K I'OV Aaeoclntlon ASH HIHHIKTWl ' J Datter, clatter, crackle, clang, hurrah and charge, Strike and wheel and tramp at large, Fierce with valor, hewing down Mullein head and thtttle crown; 'Tit the fourth day of July, And hit loyal heart beatt high. flub-a-du- Civa him room and let him bang, ' No. 1766. Beheadings and Curtailings. 1. Hehead and curtail vnpor nnd get n cheering drink 2. Itchciiil nnd curtnll a very Important part of .every animal and get a small sharp piece of metal 3. Iteheml ami curtail the vnlnes at Inched to nil goods for sale uud get a grain much used for food, 4. Itehcad nnd curtnll Insects nnd get a falsehood, 5 Hehead anil curtnll fashions nnd pet n short poem of elegant style. No. 1767. Proverb In Rebut. At the good boy Washington. Slaahlng cherry'Veea for fun. When to noble manhood grown throne, Drove his hatchet through 5o my Yankee bold, Now in fancy battlei Shall grow up in courage strong To smite many a cruel wrong! Philadelphia Ledger. i I i a moth"What er?" This old refrain came hack to my mind the other day when I heard uu aged lady saying in a sort of singsong, "Dust on furniture never hurt anyone, hut getting dust off furniluro and floors has been the is limne without dust on or orn Prefer to Talk to Someone Else. " 'Hound again, eh?" genially sa- luted Old Dad lllnp, the well known Oklahoma rattle baron, when a report-- , cr for the Star unearthed him seated at his ease In a deep chair before a wide window In hie favorite hotel. "Well, say! now, that there placard In the street cars, warning passengers that It Is dangerous to talk to the Mebbe It It, although I hain't seen one of 'em yet that looked troublesome but what I want to know Is, why In the howlln' beck anybody should want to talk tn a motor man T" that-a-wa- What well known saying Numerical Enigma. No. 1768 My I. ". M Is the body around which the earth nnd planets revolve: my 3. 5. ft. 12. II Is excellence eutltllni: to lion or or reward: my 0. 10. (1. 11 Is n two wheeled vehicle: my A. 1.1. 7, fi Is what many families do nn the 1st of May my 7. 8. H Is tho kind of wagon they use while doing It. and my whole, which Is commixed of fourteen letters. Is a time many little men and little women nre now beginning to look for ward to with great pleasure No. 1769. Letter Omittiona. Omit a letter from to twirl: Oh. then liewure of this! Omit a tetter from restrained: A band Is not amlts Omit a letter from to drub; 'Tit In th baiter's gratp Omit a teller from a tree And hute a painful gasp Daddy's Bedtime Story- The Puppy Refuted to Eat. bud a story The Homesick Puppy Goes Back to Mother. ntut n little dog which he knew would please both he DADDY Uu-lyn- you like to bear of a little dog who wub homesick!" asked. ; "we would love to hear about It tliot Is, If ho didn't ld "Yea," die of homesickness." "No, Indeed." said dndily: "this little dog didn't die of homesickness, for he was rtent borne again and then wua ierfcct!y happy. "Ho was the pet puppy of ids mother, and be bad told Uic man who bad old blni to u little girl that be didn't want to go. "The man who sold blm thought that the little girl would give btui such a nice home, and so she did. bat the little puppy wuntcd more than Just a nice borne. He wanted his mother. "Of course the little girl hadn't hesltntetl a moment about buylug blm, for he was a beautiful little Huston bull, nnd she promised him that she would uiako blm so hnppy. "He cried plteously nt leaving his mother, and she whined nnd whimpered bond, and begged that he might ho allowed to stay. She licked her master's but nothing seemed to do any good. pui-pshe gave him a "Now when the little girl reached home with her great big bowl of the most delicious warm milk and a good puppy biscuit bUcult- Ilut the puppy wouldn't touch the milk nnd puppy bis basket, which was nice little girl showed the "At bedtime the a good night's rest bo would and soft nnd comfortable. Hlie thought Hint nfter t hungry for his breakfast nnd feel better. refused to ent And, would yoo "Ilut morning came, and the puppy still would not eat believe It, hours passed, and tho puppy still was to take Utile girl decided that the only thing to be done "And the y Riddle. Too love It. hut beware how you get In It If you attach It to n car you walk In It If you pretlx It to n beverage you will think It very Inslgulth-ant- . What Is It? Answer I'cL Kay to Puuledom. l"M - Itlmed Word Square: North, oMra, revel, treat, halts. No No I7M-Hlddle: Camel. Cartnel. caramel. purse No. 17M1. - Hlmed Transpositions: Pares, spare, pears, rapes, spear, reaps. No es: drum-bumdru- tu. 1. Hum. Z I'liim. age plumage ITfiS. No Hchended rimes: Creel, reel. eel. Crate, rate. ale. Trout, rout. - out WrloSZr,S0eSrb:cady slTu:MhorJll,moh.H,.;. for a certain hour, and off .h. "'TXmcZt'l usi borne and began to s? familiar slgbts It No pie. No . . .f w0U.d almost kill each other In Joy. better stay home.' said the man. belongs.' " where bo -- iS'Tniwered tbe little girl; 'this 1, Constantino 3 Dardanelles. erb In Ilebua: "It's a loug laue that bas no turning." Mara 1701 -- Mixed Syllables: No 2. ibon, words. 1, Matriculation. 3. Reconcilement 4. Ar & gumentative, Transmissible. 0. 8. 7. Ornltholof lit Healthfulneaa. Nonconformist. 17.10 -- Auiigrams: '1. Marmora. 1700.-Prov- tcned to her side and aked the cause of her tears Without a word the mai Casting down den Hiluted downward his eyes, the prince was hnrrltled to see in me inni ner leei were roou-ground. The lower part of her body wns the trunk of n treel Deeply nun til at this terrible state of affairs, the prince anxiously Impurcd llriishlug nwny the tears. the cau-- e the maiden told him this story: "Yon must know." she said, "that I nm the daughter of King Menos and n queen In my own right When I wns four years old my mother died. Some time after my father married again, n beautiful princess, hut alas, n wicked enchantress us well. This fnct wn kept well hidden, however, by her fain lly. Hecause my father had given me a kingdom for my own she hated me with a Jealous hate. It wns while I wns on my way to take up the government of my people, accompanied by my father and his eourt. that the queen, my stepmother, was able to throw me under this enchantment My poor father wns told that I had been carried olT by wild beasts while roving He little nlone through the forest knew that the slender larch tree against which he laid his head and wept such bitter tears was his only child!" "Hut." asked the prince, "how Is It that you nre as I see you now?" "That I cannot tell you." responded the princess "Hut every full moon am as you found me tonight half princess, half tree Though n whole year has passed, you are the first human being that has come this way. Yet a voice speaks to me anil says" "Take hope" The prince turned nnd looked In the direction from which the voice had come. The princess smiled sadly and was uImmiI to speak when the voice was heniil again: "Si-cme not. but take heed. It Is I who. when the moon is full, have the liowcr to bring this little comfort to the pr,lnce Ilut there Is only one wuy mil one person who can break the en If the larch tree be sprln-Klelinulment wilh but one single drop of wnter from the fountain of love the power of the sorceress over her will be ended forever " Then will I tie the first" said the prime, looking at the benutlful face of the larch tree princess. "Where Is the fountain of love to be found?" "Neither can I tell you that But. though many may seek, only oue will find It." Just then the moon went under n great cloud. The prince found that lie was standing luront of a tiny larch tree whose branches brushed his rheek. Without waiting for morning tbe prince sei out In quest of the fountain Hut. though he traveled for a kf love whole year and visited tbe farthest omers of the earth, he found It not Again he stood 111 the forest beside the little Inrch tree. Sick at heart ul the thought of her terrible fate, he leaned his head against the trunk Two bitter teurs fell from his eyes uud qilnshed on the tender bark, He turned away, ashamed of hN weakness. lie heard a soft vole call him He turned 4iid saw coming toward blm tbe larch tree princes, more beautiful than be fore The enchantment wus broken. "So you found the loimtaln of love?" tsked the princess softly The prince shook his bead as he Itsik ner hand. Hut he had. after all II wns some lime before he iiiuH-- r 4imx1 where tie had found ll The prill ess knew all I be time Hrooklyn Kagle 1 d I HFJIEA, FIUEM) OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College wit'i its affiliated schools, is not a money-makin- g institution. It requires certain fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings, and many assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the vbue of their labor. Except in winter it is expected that all 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., vnry with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is tba 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 bolow cost. The Coll sv asks no rent for the fine buildings in which stulcnts live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, nnd washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1 J5 a week, in tho fall, and $1.50 in winter for furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to CO cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and is returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $6.00 and u-i- $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM VOCATIONAL AND Incidental Fee Room lOUNIIATION SCHOOLS $ 6.00 5.60 ACADEMY AND NORMAL COLLKOB $ 6.00 7.00 $ 7.00 7.00 Board 7 weeks Amount due Sept. 1C, 1911... Board 7 weeks, duo Nov. 4, 1914 Total for term Incidental Fee Room 9.45 $20.05 8.45 $29.50 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 9.45 $23.45 9,45 $32.90 WINTER TERM $ 6.00 $ 6.00 Board 6 weeks 6.00 9.00 $20.60 9.00 $29.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $ 7.60 7.20 9.M $23.20 9.00 $32.20 Amount duo Jan. 6, 1915 Board 6 weeks due Feb. 17, Total for term 1916 This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. U'imt,r Tetml Spring Fall $10.00 $12.00 $14.00 Stenography and Typewriting.... $3I.6 86.60 10.60 12.00 14.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 18.06 5.00 6.00 7.00 Bookkeeping (regular course).... Business course studies for students in other departments: 7.66 27.60 9.00 10.60 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's use 1B.66 6.66 6.60 7.00 of instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. 6.46 1.60 1.86 Arith., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $16.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education at d Any Berea if there is the will to do so. It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time in the public schools going over and over the same things, when they might be Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies vith some of the best young men and women from other counties and states. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they are above 16 years old, in good health, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neigh bor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden, Fall Term opens September 10, 1914. Get neadyl For Information or friendly advice write- to th BecwUiy, able-bodie- MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. sHB-aHli- I Pago Eight. THE CITIZKN July 2, 1014. friends from Indianapolis. The Ice Next Sunday Is regular preaching cream supper of last Saturday oven-lu- g day at I he (llades, Hro. Pell is the was n groat success and quite a Pastor. good sum was realized for the, Slate Lick church. Mr. K. Furinan has returned from Annvlllo where tin has Higo Slale I. irk, June boon employed as n builder. The. and (lliesler Kslridge passed through recent good shower has greatly re- Slale I. irk with a drove of cattle one freshed I he crops and gardcns.-On- n day Inst week. of the greatest educational fnctors Mrs. Ilieliard Parks is some better that ever visited this (dace was Dr. nl this writing. .1. C. Sock and his assistants who nrnl Mr. and Mrs. loin i;rourher are lecturing and treating patients for Vl,ry poorly hook ami oilier worms. -- Ills lecture I Mrs. Ida Parks is sick from mumps on sanitation was listened to liy week.. Home-Baki- ng Easy Successful full house of interested persons. Woj Mr, A. j'j. Hobiiisoii was overcome eager to hear him again Wilh heal one day last week. shall all He when he returns in two weeks. M.,.n ory sick. in DR. ROBERTS WRITES guesls of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Parks miss nessie Jones has relumed from Mr. J. A. Jarrett of Broadhead is of Kingston Sunday. (Continued from First Pago) a visit witli friends at London. visiting his nephew, Mrs. Harry Mr. Dan Click passed thru hero j the grave of Father and Mother. He Woodall, for n few days. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY fought a great light, she was hie recently selling fruit trees. Ho contipoadentt jaMlthtd onWit ltnw) la (all bjr tb wrtttr. Tie asmc Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rutherford were Married on the 10th inst.. Miss helpmate. A glorious resurrection Boone it not lot publication, tat it n trident ct toi filth. Write plainly. the guests of Mrs. W. D. Parks Sun- Carrie Barrett to Mr. Henry Tharp, will unite us. Boone, Juno 29.- - The weather is day. So vacation days pass among old Tlie many friends of the newly marMr. and Mrs. W. M. Murry of very exceedingly dry. The farmers are JACKSON COUNTY. Old Uncle Solomon Sparks is all up wilh their work. A good rain Kingston visited Mr, anil Mrs. Dave ried couple wish them much suc- - and familiar faces. A two days' -i ...... I ... I ni.,,i i .it. ii. r. Clover Bottom icess and many years of usefulness rest from travel in the farm home , farm- - Smilh Sunday. 'es of ,,,,, Clover Itottom, June 28. Judge J. wo weeks ago. Mr I . t. of BenJ. Barren, who solved, many f()(l! and happiness. L mi- .. . people speni me uay air IM I .... ,u...nru emi'j II... rm-..- i nr.. ..mhli.tn I lit. I). Spurlock was the guest of II. H. I II .1 II tl III I .! J.. ,.H"H V hi i 'tin till".! IUIPi 1 herl and wife were paying James blatn Lick Springs Sunday and en- lit 111 lltlllllll U ' J ' ., was a widow of John M. ,iV ,,,,, f , ....... nlll, 1.!.i1, ,1(1()kg. Dean Saturday and Sunday. Hcv. Mrs. . ...... n vhrtl Sunday-- Mr. " Win. Rich I...-- . ..I Hi.. ...,,. I ..M.l.,n ...ill. .!!..... .... Mil IIIIIWIMI u n'llll ftlMKimj II lf III llllll """7 wns killed last August i . in,i'i.ii Hinri . .villi iiiiiiii-- mi Sumlay wilh Ihnir I;iukIiI(M. Mrs nrnl culture, anil riiltlvalinii. jii.ni James Lunsford tilled his regular Moore, ills ;.v , , " l W. It. tl U i i;ii(iiiiij appointment at Cac Spring. Rachel at the primary election-- Mr. ait V i " daughter found a sphere in life after r Ailnlplmi, im pimiiiiiilo visit tho pastlinn '" ' I h,C a'u'' nice place week. ; attended . Harrell was baptised by Ilev. Luns-fo- nl Lynch of Wagersville a course al college and in art at was the woalhcr continues hot and mond ThiiiHlay cu liutiiifss.in Rich Paris by devotion to her pnrcnls and is church at this place today-T- here near Abrnm's stores-Co- rn ' ""Y dry and gardens especially are suflooking well here hut is needing is Sunday schoo at Blanlon Flat cv- - ,l,"p to home. Past ninety years he goes Silver Creek of Creek fering for rain. . ....,....;. tit iu u iivin ..,.. rain badly. Mr. Itohinson and Mr. n. Jlilllli J 411. til ji'Mnnlr ! um i i 18 Silver Creek, June 28 Mrs. W. 1). about in a motor car and they keep ' Mr, II. M. Snyder attended a SunLain of Madison county are in this Rev. F. M. Cox of this place will ' " in tourh with friends and the world. not expected lo recover was day school convention last Sunday Lewis is ory sick at this writing. vicinity buying stock. Win. Oooch preach at Wagersville school house away, now is Mr. and Mrs. Less Turpin spent Rochester, two miles " near Edenton, Ky also visited his Tl:,,ivo? of Hrasslleld, Ky was in this vi- on the llrst Saturday and Sunday " s ,,nrn Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and reached in a half hour. Everywhere daughter, Mrs. Forest March cinity buying stock last weeks in Jnlv. also al Slick Ford on the ''ere is on these farms are motor ears. Even progressing fine. The attend- Mrs. W. A. Johnson . .. , . country preachers make them Harden Stone and wife of Wanclta lllli'i, j if., J. in" ... i .mi . !,... -- Mr. Joseph hisMaster Gilbert March returned to ,p Hnrria who has been sick the l home Inst week after two weeks' l'HV visited V. I). Azbill Saturday and nlr.lnv. n.wl I I 00 r. 1.1 Sllll.lnV. vv,,t'k ' slowly improv-Mr- s. useful in paitoral calls. Ariol- - visit wilh his grandparents. f,,r his son P"sl Mr. and m Saiuniay SUck Ford'at Sunday. Soon So past vacation days. '"g. Miracle H. M. Snyder. and . :00 a. m. Sunday. comes a hnppy return to home, to . Mr- - ''"" ""r a'"' Miw and wife were visiting his father, Mr. K. N. McOirmick is with home Hurley duly, and p!caure. John Miracle of Roundstone Satur folks for n few days. Powell were married last Saturday OWSLEY COUNTY - B. II. Roberts. Hurley, June 29. Dry weather still day and Sunday E. C. Blair and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kinnard and,"' Rirhmoud. Posey Gardens are looking continues. w'fe were visiting Mr. Peter CaudilMehildren. also Mr. Snyder's family! Mr. and Mrs. Noel Mitchell have Posey,. Juno 20. Tho long drought I . bad. Mr. Daniel Gabbard enter. I...I - ,1 C....I.... uy nf .iti.i.ft.. omm.i,. II iunm ,i um-tw- wen the gnosis of Mr. and Mrs. W. "oiim to spend their vacation with friends and was broken yesterday artcrnoon tained write a number of lim" friends. ! his brother, Mr. May Mitchell. Mr. Jack D. Parks last Thursday. Miss Elizabeth good showers relatives at his home Sunday afterMrs. June Fowler has been visit - ' Miss Nora McQueen and Jim spent Scovillc of Laurel is visiting friends (;lark of K'cokeo. la, is visiting Mr. noon with his talking machine. Blair The water in this ing her mother, Mrs. Emma McCor- - Saturday and Sunday with her rous- place The Missies Fannie Mrs. Louise Oabbard has been ill at this . in. Martha McQueen. Winnie Flanery and Clar- -. ri,,il' is running very low. Slock is nu'i'k this week. the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Hisuffering in some plare, now Mr. Mr. Sam Davis sold a nice bunch been ice Rowland and Messrs. Oscar A. B. Blair and family were visiting ram Lake of Sand Lick have Hickory Plains , !ls. ,..(l(.u. of Turner. Oscar Mainous aitended visiting relatives al this place the at While Oak the second M's brother, James A. Blair of Snider. Hickory Plains. June 21' Mrs.; Mrs. W. A. Johnson and daughter, past week. David Gabbard pur- church Sunday morning in this month. Sunday. The mountain boys are all'Sallie Burdelt and little daughter, Nannie, who have been visiting in chased a nice cow from George Missouri returned home Sunday They look dinner at Mr. J. S. Row- for $15. K. S. Morris was night. land s and attended ciiurcn al homn in this vicinity Saturday on busiSeternl of the people around here Boonevillo in the afternoon A A ness. George McCollum is having nttended Mrs. Nora Ogg's funeral his dwelling repaired. Several of large crowd from here went on tho Story of the THE SOWER Saturday. the boys from this place have gone excursion to Natural Bridge last Next Saiuniay and Sunday are Tuesday. Mr. Rob Bonds has sold off to gel work. Mrs. Iletlic Hcllard If we but realized how cheap regular church days al Silver Creek. his farm lo Mr. Ace Combs of Perry. Revolution was shopping al Hurley Saturday. The seeds of loving kindness are, Kingston Miss Ila Campbell was visiting W. C. Bailey made a business trip We won Id not keep them hid away, Kingston. June 28 Mr. D. W Miss Winnie Flanery Monday. But freely scatter, near and far. to McKce yesterday. Webb's father who has been visitBooneville DANE COOLIDGE Be merciful, reap gratitude. ing him the past week returned to Mildred Boonevillo, June 29 The weathSow courtesy and love shall be; his home at Whiteshurg. Sunday.- TtkW ta. Km" In one thing be thou nrodigal, Mildred, June 29. Miss Lucy er is still dry and hot in this section Miss Susan Doty is ery low with tlmjtrah,nifyVOX J. LAVIN And spread Irue kindness far and free. Vaughn is still very low witli lung of our county; crops of all kinds and tuberculosis. trouble and is not expected to live pastures are drying up and looking ' Mrs, M. B. Flannery, who has Strive I lien to belli each living thing, but a short time. Mrs. Jane Morris, badly Rev. Combs has been holdLift up the burden of the dumb. been visiting with her parents at tConrricat. lilt br Frank A. Uaamj.) For mercy shown lo them will bring who is being treated by Dr. King we ing a protracted meeting at the Boallyvillo, returned home Sunday. A blessing in the days to come. arc glad to say is still improving In Christian Church here for the last Prof. Pnllen, of the Stale Normal health. J. n. Cook and Isaac Bowles ten days Circuit Court has been MARKETS If we but realized that they, al Richmond will address the CINCINNATI hauling crossties to the Bond & going on here for the last week and are Who ofttiines sulTcr needlessly. Farmers' Union here next Fridav Foly railroad. This is a new rail- will continue this week. Most of Are all a part of God's great plan, night. How sweeter would this old earth be. road through Jackson county. Sing- the time is occupied by the Gabbard Corn No. 2 hitr 77077 Me. No. 1 Rev. Summers, pastor of the Bap-li- 't II. II. Fariss, ing at Oak Grovo is progressing trial. G. M. Hogg, our postmaster, while 7Cfi76V4r, No. 4 while 7'4T Church at Bethel, lectured o the 7riHc, No. 2 yellow 734fr74c. No. I nicely with J. S. Smith as instructor. is sick this week. Mr. and Mrs. lUiblowu Sunday School Sunday. yellow 72&C73C. No. 4 yellow 70(f 72c, Edgar Cook has gone to Lexington Clay Moore of Lerosc, attended Rev. Summers, Cordon Terrill, No. 2 mined 73fl73ic, No. 3 mixed to seek employment on a traction church here yesterday. .Misses Ora and Ethel Flannery. 7!fi72'4c, No. 4 mlJeit 70r7I whlU car. 1. A. Jones traded one of his r "6li rushing wilh their crops preparing Mary Florence, spent Saturday aft- - Dwight and Salem Moody were the fllw tar 77(?79c. mix GARRARD COUNTY young mules to Sam Hurley for a to go back to tho mountains to work moon with the family of J. C. gnosis of .Nell and Ed Lawson at tu tnr Paint Lick work mule. W. It. Englo has pur,l",",h, "9 lndard "ay No' i dinner Suiidav i this fall. Armsirong. , Si No 2 ,.7 25i No 3 mohy chased another car load of HenderPaint Lick, June 29 Mr. Carlos Mis Mr. Marclne .McCollum has en- Maltie Mc(.ollum who has othy i5. So. c!our U3.f.0 No. 2 son wagons and is having them Hedrick gave a party Tuesday evenMADISON COUNTY lisliil in the I). S. army for three had an attack of appendirilis, is clover mlieil 113.50. No. 1 ulovrr hauled to McKee. The U. S. mar- ing, at his home in honor of his ; H3 Gf. No. 2 clover I II. to. Blue Lick yrnrs. bettor. shals have been in this community gnosis the Misses Hill, Pearl Hats .No. wnite UtMW. atanil Miss Bonnie Knuer. uhn Ima lu,.n Mr. .lariii.n llonilrmi in vnrv ill nl Blue Lick, Juno 29 We have had . fc.j 1A1' ...l.lt.. Ill iCHOA Vn but found nothing but a little beer, Blanche Wilson, Nora Wyatl and a good rain Thursday which was this time. His health has been rap- - visiting with her brother. Willi a cap and a process keg and some Rebecca Scrivner of Berea. Every idly failing the past year. .Thomas Eager, since Commencement mixed 39HO40c. No. 3 mixed Z'iit very much. buckets. Everybody was sorry to one reported a most enjoyable time. needed Mrs. Alice Merit has been quite Mi's. Hallie Evans and little daugh- - returned in Ileattyville last week. , 3V4c, No. 4 mixed 373SHc see the good story The Maid of the -- Miss Ida Howard who has beer. sj(.k Ifye N. 2 rye cr.ffCSc. No. 3 ryt t k t wo aro ter, Kathleen, spent Saturday with' Mis Charlotte Mundy of Burgin, Forest close. The ball game played attending the h. h. A N. schoo at , iM,o lml hh, V mllch parents at Mote. lis v.si.ing with her grandparents, between Burning Springs and Maul-de- n mriiuituHj MiiiM'ii im a iuw way 2 red Sr.fWc. No. 3 red Mr. and Mrs. Curt Parks. i Ji3(i85c, No. 4 red 73 82c. Sunday evening was won by with her cousin, Mrs. A. B. Wynn, nrnvoil Hickory Plains, June 29 Mrs. Mrs. will Manery, who wast Lizzie Maupin and grandson, Robert Poultry Hens, old 15c, do light 15c Burning Springs by a score of 30 to on her way home to Harlan Mrs. WORLD NEWS taken to the College hospital for an roosters 9c, springers, H4 lb and over, fl. Mollie McWhorler Kirk after visitLeo Covington, of Waco who have 32c; spriiiKers, under (Continued from First Pago) lb, 2Kf26; operation recently, is expected home ing wilh her parents for some time Wednesday. been spending a week with her sis- young spring durhs 2 lbs and over, Parrot f( II PIIOll lit linn lmm nl Itn tf o. n A VMly or young men motored to tor, Mrs. Bud Bush and niece, Mrs. the (piake may have delayed her ICc; ducks, white, 910c; turkeyi, tnma, ' progress. 14c; hen turkeya, IIir and over, 14c; Parrot, June 27. Frank Burdotto, visited Mrs. J. C Assassination of Crown Prince of cull turkeys, Sc. Mary Day of Har- - L(lxwlHI1 Ilev. James hist week-- Miss Salurday a Icil8Urc Armstrong Saturday. Lunsford was at this place Thurs Inn is HpenduiK a few weeks with , tlll tU . ... Austria and Wife KKK Prime firsts 9c, firsts 17 c, : ... 0 W day on business. Mr. Thos. Lakes ,ber Aunt. Mrs. Mike N(h Mrs. IKUIICSOI IllCIirnunU " I.a.l-- 1 finllnnrv m.ir tl An...liil, LV....ia llrfa Iftn .innrli ,f. ill J tltll l.t, 111! 111 Iff ill III 111 llllll vIsilinghorsisUT, Mrs. Pall Cornell- and sister, Vina, visited friends and Hays Metcalf and I. lie daughter. " Cnttle-Shlp- pers , Austria-Hungarithrone,1 I7.noff8.50. extra Pnmk Jom8ffln attended church at this place Sat- are visuiHK .ir. anu .irs. J. M. JMC- l'and the Duchess of Ilohenborg were1 18.35W8.ri0, ,lUVSlr !!'S?"H: There will be an all day meeting , ,,,.., urday and Sunday. Mr. A. C. Feath- calf Mrs. Robert Ward of Lan- Mr. Sunday, the 28th, while, rommon ,0 fIlr jr,.r.0W7; heifers, ox. at (he Blue Lick Union Church next visitorWill Evans was a Red House ers of Knoxville, Tenn., was through caster is visiting with her umber, recently tfAHtintr llirmiL'h tin fin at Sirnvn- - trn tS fn trinA in chnle i 7 flflnein Vw ""'V is J,,1.v 5"'-' '" h,v,!r here this week selling fruit trees for Mrs. Millard Ledford-M- iss Mrs. B. S. Terrill spenl Tuesday v,i, Bosnia, in Stella f'A their auto. A bomb was common to fair 15.50fe7.50; c'owa..W tho old Virginia Nursery Co. 6 choice of last week with Mrs. Addie Cor- - llir,iwn nl ,,., IM0flM, sood Ho M.rnr0J t ' ' I.' inrl , : 6.50, rommon to fair 13.6006.75; cansold about $145 worth around Par- ber sister, Mrs. Robert Abney this Mothers and young ladies are re- - nrlison. with no effect to the royal car; hut tiers 3.2.ri ,.50. rot which looks like the people are week Mrs. J. W. Anglin has just iuesled to bring lunches Koriousl v wiiiiniii'il Ivi'n niilo.ile. Hulls Bologna !.1.75ftf.60, Tho young people of Glades Chris. extra thinking of belter orchards. Dr. nI '0J,'e rumps. As they were going on a 16.C0tfC.C5, fat Imlls 10.75(137. hS lee!: ,irkpal!n Goodman of Welchburg mado a proCalves Kxtra 19.60, fair to good Coyle, Juno 27. We are having mission of mercy to the suffering !r i'S IrT ; fessional call at this place Monday. evA some very hot weather al present, guards an eighth grade student, 17(19.25. rommon and large 15Q"J. -E members. Mrs. Lealha Tussey visited relatives lannio Dowden attended the Insti- - with about Hogs Selected heavy shipper! mm nr-. ,. iiii murr.i ppinit "umiii i iniri, pii.ih himii ini' IS. 10. good to choke packers and Were Myi'tlO tiHILH.U !l llllB II 9M C.,l..,l.... r. 1... (III.. ..I I ..li .1KI.-- I MM WITK.-- Wr. .. nlmni.l... OUIHiay. uaiuninjr Inhlmilll ' llpoclllf.nl. Mpu I afo Moore, Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Willie crowd and tired a volley from an hulchcra 18.350 8.40, mixed packers Died. Thursdav. June !rilli Cimnnr 'and Mrs. llolit. Conn wnmil Tiu.&flnv . ' . automate pistol, killing both iuslnul- - 1S.30W8.35, stags SUSftCCO. common . .. . Gertrude Terrill, Adams. iiw. tun., ii u Mii.u.ir-uii- i gou oi Mr. ..in. oo mi, .i. r. inompson me. assassins nareiy escaped to choice heavy fat sows 15.76W7.CO, ' 'cretary and Ireasurer, The so- - iurs. r.iza i nornsiierry oi i.exlng-;i- y. and Mrs. John. lones w,. Mrs. a. m ' Wv,, extra I7.C5, light shlppors 18.15tf8.40, ,i. m i m 'ty will meet every Sunday night '"" ,( v,noing Mrs. ii. lynemug. Assassins now oiauri inree pigs (110 His and less) C.60ff8.10. moiiier, ," .r .' mill in. ,liril'jl lYI'lJIIf'M- - . . liiiinehiM ...... ,..m im; K.I":7. IIIIFI.U.IIIV i.i,i score and six notable victims since irly candle light. Thev invito i Pivsent. Shee- p- Kxtrn H.S5, good to choice ed by his parents and lillle sister, day to hear Dante and his band. i 1801. lr flllll Mftl .liiftwia tflifiu1 mm 14.50(H.76, common to fair l3fM0, au 1,1 iiiiii i..i.. nan in .1 eoou uiKc ino Casper was taken ill just a i.iuio heavy sheep 13.75(H.25. Mrs-jiw"" wot uiu k Airships Attended Funeral w,"?0.;,,;'1!:!,,!:.:! few days before his death wilh Iv- Spring Umlis Kitra 19.35tf9.40, Twenty aeroplanes acted as an good to choice S.75(i9.35, coinmou to phoid fever. The relatives havo tho I he Chaulaufpia. ofooi'l at the funeral of the nine fair 16.25t8.CS. sympathy of tho whole community. Austrian oillrers who met their There is no death I The stars go CLAY COUNTY S IMPROVING. death in the tragic air catastrophe 8HOE BUSINESS " down, Burning Springs of last week. This escort llew To rise upon some fairer shore Ponton. Burning SpringH, June 20 Mr. mourning Hags while the funeral kct Is moreThe boot and shoe mar And bright in Jloavon'n Jeweled active than it has beon, Live Stock or Washing and Cooking:. We make Grandville Bishop of Tegus was burservice was in progress. crown. although there aro some factories that ied last week. Ho died of a compliyou any size Tank or Trough to order while you wait. An enormous crowd, including have not received as much fall busiThey shine fonsver more. cation of diseases due lo old ago several archdukes, members of the ness as thoy require in order to keep Mistress Alex Clarkslon continues to Austrian cabinet, and foreign mil- them running full. The busiest fao Drip Rock improve, which is ory gratifying lo torlea in this locution are thoso makitary at I.'irhes, was present. Drip Rock, Juno 28 There was her many friendsMr, Fred Whitis This is certainly n novel way to ing women's shoes. Many of these preaching at this place today by wild Dan McDaniel a good factories are running full capacity cow and HENRY LENGFELLNER atlond a funeral; but under the Rev. F. M. Cox. A largo crowd .was calf for 55.00 and have a Kood volume of business Prof, and Mrs. D. B. it was unite appropri- ahead. In the men's fuctorlea there present Meeting Is held at Mr. 8. Robinson are entertaining two of Phone 7 or 187 Tinihop on Jackson Street, Berea, Ky. ate for the bird men lo respect their are but few that are being operated fi. Sparks' every Saturday evening. their daughters and a few of their fellows. wore than four or five days a week. Don't say" Flour to your merchants, say "I want Zaring's Patent Flour" then you are sure of the best biscuit. ssrs. ROYAL ClbsoIutety Pure BAKING and a',j, East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else H Makes 1 ,,,,,, v( I I " ..,:,,. ,., - T - a m "'WrZZ, 'nsp .,.: '';' T "' ni ...-v- . ,, 'f , 1 J"" f 'g Mr!-lM- """.' ,"'s -- The Land I of Broken Promises Stirring Mex icon 4 ", 1 . a.!lV li 1 1 ifi r, I Pr-.l;...- an T.i . ' 1 .r. J - 5? ,, 1 rZ whr I .'.'!. 1- ll ' "'' 1 TV"" ... :..Iti.,.... .' nr saSra a ,. nt-ii-l Mr-a,- i, " SAVE YOUR WATER For Guttering and Roofing a Specialty