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BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 0, 1014. Otio Dollar a Year. The Citizen Our Country Schools What do our country schools mean to you parents? Do you attach enough importance lo them to require your children to attend? Have you given enough of your time and thought to this interest of your neighborhood? Have you seen that a proper kind of person has been chosen as teacher? Are you persuaded that that lack of interest on your part inlluences your neighbor to grow slack? Have you forgotten how uncomfortable you were, when a d child, silling in those straight-backe- d, benches with no desks? Do you think it will be the making of your children lo require them lo sufTcr as you did? Don't you want them to be a little belter and more useful I ban yourself? How about paying an occasionalvlsit to the district school improvements can and study the conditions, and be made? Are you fearful lo propose something new In your school : on account of extra lax? How much are the children worth? How much (ax did you pay on that old hound and her three puppies last year? Were you accustomed lo a blackboard when you went lo school? Don't you think a few wall charts and maps might help (lie teacher teach? How would a more attractive school room and school house please the children and encourage the teacher? How would you like to be able lo honestly say, "We have (lie best of everything in our school. Wo have no trouble to keep our children going every day. Our teacher is llrst class and we don't want to change next year. Our school is the center of interest in our county. Wo have changed tho name of our school from Sleepy Hollow to Advanced Line. We now stand by our teacher, to n man, when he punishes one of our chaps that wo have failed to manage at home. We havo cut out our old custom of discussing and our teacher in the presence of our children. Wo have made it a rule in our home lo duplicate every whipping our chaps get at school; and would you believe us, wo have had but few duplications thus far? Since we have become moro interested in our school we stand together as neighbors against those drunks and rowdies who come down from Booze Gap and disturb our public meetings and Sunday schools that we have at our school house. We have pledged ourselves to see that our laws aro executed against persons drinking or disorderly conducting themselves at all public gatherings. We arc proud that we have become awakened to these new and better ways of running our country schools?" Faeh one of the above questions may be answered in deed a well as in word. The result would tend toward tho Ideal country school. Wo must admit "that our Kentucky country schools are much in need of improvement and no ono will do it for us unless we show our desire for a radical change, and express ourselves forcefully. We dare not hold back because of the expense entailed. As good loyal citizens it is our privilege as it is our duty to forgo ahead and accomplish this end; lo make our country schools better; more attractive inside and outside; and to work up an enthusiasm and interest that we may be ablo to honestly say what wo have outlined above. Who dates to take the lead in your county? Shall wo depend upon tho politician whoso interests aro selfish, or shall wo rise up in public spirit with tho welfare of our children in mind and bring to pass relief for our country schools? hard-seatenote-wherrc-llu- rn Knowledge la power asd tat way to ktap np with moim knowledge ia io raid a good 'nawapaper. vol. xvr. Y, Our New Managing Editor on the farm for which ii tight ho is truly grateful. Ho was grad-uale- il I UNITED STATES NEWS IN OUR OWN STATE HLBBLm bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH bbbbbbbbbbH ' bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI CII. WERTENBEKCER Mr, Worleubergor comes to us with fourteen years of school, publishing ami mission work experience. He w.ik Ixirn in Ohio, for which ho no responsibility; was from the Ohio Wcslcyan University fu WM, was married the same year. Tho newly married couple initiieilialely received appointment hy the mission hoard of the .Methodist Episcopal Church to school and press work in Chile, S. A. They set out on their "honeymoon" trip to that distant Held of lahor not lo return till llHr. On thoir on account of impaired health he declined appointment to I'ana ma City as President of the English College here. I After n year's re! he accepted tho presidency of IJennett Academy, Clarkson. Miss., under tho auspices ,of the W. II. M. S. of the Methodist Church, After carrying on that .work for four years he was called lo tho chair of Science in Meridian Male College, of Meridian, Miss., where he taught successfully for three ears. His experiences in the South have caused him to he whol ly in sympathy with bringing better ideals and things tangible lo our Southern folks. Noted Man Dies Perry County's Boom Col. James W. Pender died in EI Tho Perrv Co. coal fleliU nrn Paso, Texas, July 1st. Col. Pender aling much comment nnd was chief of artillery under Ocn. Tho operating companies aro count Longstrcet. He fired the llrst gun at ing on extending I he r workings; tho battle of Gettysburg and built while new companies havo como tho first railroad across tho Andes. Into (ho Held. They report twelve Full Time at the Ford Plant 13,000 men aro now employed at Iho Fold plant according lo a statement made by Supl. John ft. Lee; who also explains that thirty days ago thousands of incapablcs were laid off. Theso were hired by Mr. Ford last winter, in order to provide labor for Hie unemployed. They were found lo be too lazy lo work. Rockefellers in Peril is thought thai the bomb explosion, which wrecked the lena-me- nl at lO'.'fl Lexington Ave., N. Y. f.fly on Saturday, was intended for John D. Rockefeller, Jr., but accidentally exploded in Iho factory. By the bungling of somo one, who was preparing an infernal machine for its mission, halted a demonstration thai was planned against possibly the entire Rockefeller family in II rri. lntnri. NEW STORY WORLD NEWS We are this week running on page six the llrst installment of our now serial story, "Tho Land of llrokcn Promises." Don't miss a Mexican Election single line of this remarkable story. Later reports say that elections If you are not a sulccr ilier, subwere held in Mexico for president, scribe now and let us send you this deputies and sena week's issue free. tors. Fight votes being casl indi rates the feeling against the Huerta SUCCESSFUL FARMERS regime, lllampiet, the present war minister, appears to be the proslu "Meadows and Pasture" The on page three of this issue is pective vice president. Lascurlan, worth any farmer's time lo read !who was minister of foreign af and digest mentally. If we are to fairs when President Madero was become successful farmers we need slain, is preferred by Huerta for to look well after our grass crop. president. Then when ho in turn appoints Huerta to some foreign Do you realize post, ue uimseii would resign ana Mothers: how much good you aro doing leave the presidency lo tho Consti those little ones and yourself when tulionalist minister of foreign af you read "In thu Home" column of fairs. There is considerable doubt The Citizen? Tell your neighbor as to this plan working successful a few of the good things; and they ly. It is Intended to save Huerta. too will want Tho Citizen. Mexico'i Vast Storage of Oil ar-tip- Tarrytown. U. S. Gold Poured into Mexico Within the last nine months more than 91,000,000 in gold has gono into rebel coffers. This money has come from Eastern sources alone; and has been honestly applied up to the time of the breach between Carranza and Villa. Just how it is used since the break "quien sabe." companies now around Hazard and eight of them aro now shipping coal. i no L. & N. railroad intends lo hulbl more short branches lo tho fields from Hazard. Oil Interests Grow in Estill County Reports como that threo wells am completed nnd an oulnul of IG hnr- rels per day which nearly comes up lo the requirements of tho Standard Oil Comnanv to inibie.n lliem to relay their pipe lino from Torrent. Other comnanu-- omnr.t to begin operations thousand acres havo been leased. Biggest Blackberry Patch in .the South Oldham Co., Kentucky, lays claim to the largest Blackberry Held. It Is just north of LaGrango and contains forly acres of well cultivated berries. It is owned bv Tavlor Bros. Ono gathering was mado of 300 gallons. The crop will bo a large one in spite of tho drouth. s Local Option in Mason County Petition for an election on local option was filed at Maysvillo before County Judge Rice with two thousand ono hundred and forty-fiv- e signatures. This is said to be moro than one half of the votes cast last November election. A A $20,000 Burn in Louisville Flames destroyed the largo ware-rooand lumber yard of the E. L. Hughes plant. Tho warerooma were stored with finished sashes, doors and other valuablo lumber. It took place on tho night of the 6th. Bad Forest Fire in Indiana Tho northeast part of Brown Co. covering an area of flvo square miles, was devastated by forest flro on tho Dth, inst. A number of farm houses were destroyed. The village of Georgetown, of 100 people, was threatened. The hill country of Brown Co... is noted for its summer horned. Automobile Disaster at Washington, Ohio PRESENCE OF A FLY DANGER SIGNAL. A THE fly guilty, in spit of questioning of thoee who maintain tha doctrine that vary craatura parforma torn a useful purpoea. Undoubtedly tha fly does, for whera there is an abundance of filth there will hat been triid and th Kditorial Our Schools. Roosevelt in PilUburg. PAGE 1. PAGE 2. A Stranger in His Own Oravo. Sermon Doubts and How to Dispel Them. S. 8. Lesson Greatness through Service. 3. Agrlculturo Mountain Meadows and Pasture. Inoculation for Alfalfa. How to Kill Poultry. Ninth Annual Blue Grass Fair. 'a and energetic parson can start a tuccetsful movement for the extermination of the house fly In any community if ha or she is resource, ful and patient as well, bo eradicated. On intelligent will they multiply and increase. Their function today it nothing mora or lete than a danger tig. nal to indicate insanitary conditions. Abolish these, and the breeding placet of tha flics will the flies gther together, there CONTENTS OF THIS WEEK Country PAGE PAGE 4. Local News. PAGE 5. General News. Homo Town Helps. PAGE 6. Serial Story. PAGE 7. Tho Homo Department. Do You Pestor Your Children? How to Remove Fruit Stains. Where Slang Originates. New Indian Animal Stories. PAGE 8. Eastern Ky. News. Poem Jesus, My Guide. It is a fact now that oil is the biggest commercial llnancial factor in Mexico and tho possibilities arc, according to experts, it will continue to be so for years to como. At present there are 25,000,000 barrels stored representing millions of Capital. We may honestly doubt If there would have been any rcvolu tiou in Mexico but for llritish and American oil interests. The old say iug holds true in Mexico: it is the Opening of Progressive Campaign by Roosevelt, Pinchot and Dean rich man's war and the poor man's Tho opening gun of tho Progrcs - frage for women. He has the credit light. sive campaign in Pennsylvania was of being largely the author of the Disgraceful Funeral llrcd at Pittsburg the eve of Juno rrogresstvo platform. A lino apNow since tho bodies of the 30th, with Col. Roosevelt as the pearing man, who is said to know more about governmental things murdered Archduke Francis Ferd- principal speaker. "Would I than most. Mr. Hallett's question inand and his wife, the Duchess of Then came Roosevelt. Weill You Hohenberg are laid beneath tho caro to attend the meeting if tickets Castle Chapel at Artslettin, Aus- could bo secured," brought a happy should havo heard tho cheering, tria. A controversy is raging over assent. It was well, too, that wo It was wild and catching. Soon the manner in which the funeral had tickets for the street in front every body in that vast throng was was conducted; and tho friends of of Exposition Hall was thronged an standing, shouting, waving hats, and handkerchiefs the Duchess are indignant over re hour before tho time and that, too, newspapers They cheered, then they cheered marks made of her inferior birth. on a hot night. The great hall sealing 1,000 was some moro and the band joined In Tho high court functionaries are not spared for their part in the con- packed, seats, aisles, rear spaces and the joyous din. Finally tho colonel great platform were not only got a hearing. duct of the funeral. It was only His South American jungle trip through the personal intervention packed but there were somo hun dreds left over for an overflow hit him hard. He has lost thirty of the Fuiperor that tho body of tho meeting in Machinery Hall adjoin- pounds in weight at least and no Duchess was permitted in tho Hof- - ing. Evidently the Washington longer carries tho vory robust air, burg. Chapel. Parly, as tho Progressives are that speaks of Illness for tho strcn known in Pennsylvania, is very uous life. Moreover, his voico is Villa and Carranza Agree perceptibly affected, so that his senmuch alive. At Iho Torreon conference Gen. The issuo is personal. Tho tences no longer ring out liko a Villa settled his differences with campaign is a tight to unseat Boies pistol shot. Several times his voico Gen. Carranza and will now work in Penrose, long-tim- o U. S. Senator became husky and it was with effort harmony for the constitutionalist and Boss of the Republican Machine. that ho spoke. in cause. villa wll Iminedatey The address was an attack on l'lils was mado apparent by a hugo his campaign from Zacetaoas. canvas, slretched across and abovo Peuroso and bossism, with criticisms the platform on which was tho of President Wilson and tho DemoNEVER WORRY!" DIES AT 110 famous letter from John D. Arch crats for tho tariff act, tho depresbold of Standard Oil, to Senator sion in business, their attitude toLondon. Mrs. Rebecca Clark, oitfesl Penrose arousing tho fact that $25- ,- wards the trusts and railroads, and British subject, died at Woodirrepn 000 had lioen placed to his credit (heir foreign policy. North London, at tho ago of 110. Mrs. and expressing thanks for his serTheso criticisms were positively Clark was a busy needlewoman un to vice. Pinchot who is running for asserted but not at all detailed. Tho a week ago. She had her first impression loft was that of a vaguo, rldo on hr one hundred and U. S. Senatorship was Iho first speaker, a line, clean-cdissatisfaction. Possiman, a seventh birthday. Her receipt foi man you would trust on sight, tho bly ho preferred to leave tho Stalo '.ontevlty was "never worry!" kind you would liko to know. He party leaders free to formulalo thoir spoke briefly, outlining tho ques- own particular issues. In his atYou had a glorious lib and mado tions at issue. Dean Lewis of the tack, however, on Penrose there was a display of your loyalty to Undo Law School of tho University of no vagueness. Sam. Now Is your chanco to Join Pennsylvania, His appearance was that of a man tho candidate for Tho Citizen crowd; and you won't Governor, followed. Ho camo out who needed recuperation and who get blowed up any more? ? ? (Continued on page Fire) positively and forcefully for suf- - Roosevelt in Pittsburg Two young women met death and two young men probably fatally injured. The accident occured when ono of the young men attempted to give wheel over to his companion. Before she could get control of the machine, it was overturned into ditch with the above results. The dead aro Edith Pfeiffer, 22; Hazel Pfeiffer, 2i. The injured are Vir gil Bryant, 28 and Darius deary, 21. Auto Accidents Kill Five Four persons were killed near Chicago, III., when auto collided with a Burlington train. It happened on an unprotected crossing, One man was killed on tho shore of Lake Geneva when tho auto turned turtle. Among the passen gers was Miss Mena Dunne, daugh ter of Gov. Dunne, who gave flrsW aid to the unfortunate ones in the crash. Mysterious Murder The Long Island tragedy of tho murder of Mrs. Louiso Bailey in tho office of Dr. Edwin Carman is still a mystery. Authorities stronslv hold that a woman is tho murderer and perhaps a member of tho Car man family. Failure of Mediators Tho mediators left Niagara Falls Friday, tho 2nd, after a fruitless session of six weeks in search of a solution for tho Mexican situa tion. They think all that can bo done Is to organizo and establish a provisional government in Mexico. This was their opinion when they went to Niagara Falls and seems to bo tho prevailing opinion of tho peoplo at largo. BLAZE STARTED Dalton. Ga. BY CIGARETTE. Death of Little Girl Caused by Automobile At Winchester the six year old daughter of Mrs. James Hampton met her death on the 5th, inst. The mother was badly injured in the accident. It happened on tho Lexington Pike when Mr. Hampton, wifo and daughter stopped to adjust their motorcycle. Tho mother and daughter seemed to becomo confused at the approach of Dr. Myers' auto and slopped in front of it and resulted in the terrible accident. Four Workmen Injured Four workmen employed by tho L. & N. Railroad; while working on the night shift in tunnel No. 4, between Ford and Winchester, were seriousinjured by falling concreto ly which was caused by supporting timbers breaking. Tho victims aro James B. Sams, Chester Moore, Cash Bagby and Ivan Toggle. The Injured were turned over to the com-nansunreon in Richmond. v's PRESS BULLETIN BERCULOSIS KENTUCKY TUCOMMISSION. bo-g- Tho Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission at a .meeting held recently authorized a plan of campaign by which they expect to cover tho rural sections of approximately ten Kentucky counties with a health education campaign in a way that has not elsewhero been surpassed. Tho equipment for a moving picturo exhibit, which was used successfully for a timo last Fall, will bo augmented and tho entiro equipment will bo mounted in an automobile, so that various sections of tho country off tho railroads may bo cony, veniently reached. Mr. C. II. of Lancaster, has been en gaged to conduct tho work. Tho uso of the moving pictures will bo supplemented wilh slides and a lecture. Pum-pbro- auto-mobll- o ut The hlstorlo town of south of here, was visited by a flro which licked up everything In its path from the railroad station to tho river, a distance of a quarter of a nillo. The loss la estimated at $30,000, with Insurance of about $7,000. Tho fire started In the depot and is thought to havo re sulted from a cigarette. Tho Davis Lumber Co.'g plant was completely destroyed, this company's loss being Resacca, Ga., 15 miles $15,000. Tho Citizen stands ready to help tho needy. Mr. you, aro in need. Send in ono of your dollars and your address. Wo will return many times its valuo during tho year. Seo? The woman who marrlea for inoner earns a lot more than she gets. Good deeds novcr die, but lots of them seam to go Into u trance. FARMERS: Don't fail to see the Agricultural Special Train conducted by the College of Agriculture of Kentucky State University, described more fully on page three of this issue. Date July 15th. Julf,lMI. I I I The Citizen family aewtpiper for all that It tight, trui and Interesting. rubll.hnl rwry Thursday at titnt, Ky. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Incorporated) WM. C. FROST, C. Editor-WCk- FINDS A STRANGER IN HIS OWN GRAVE FIRE FIRST GUN IN NEW YORK'S FLY CAMPAIGN THE Merchants Association of New York has Just fired It gun In the spring- campaign against flies. It Is In the form of circular as follows : - lfllftlff?ltftttttt Doubtsid MIBNAT10NAL Hffto Dispel Them II. WERTENBERGER. Manarfnt Editor F. O. BOWMAN, Ai.Un Manaaac Subscription Ratos FAYABI.lt IN ADVANCH Three Month nil One Yfr Manthi . . . ... ' ,, JS Wanderer Returns to Chicago and Discovers Another Man In His Last Resting Place. Br REV. I rOWARD W. POPE 3epgf ajrifaBaJepa, aajf Kfal r i N mil ii limn. (Ttr R O. flELt.F.nfl. Dtrettnr of Fvuntnf llrnarttnent, Tho Moody MbU ItwtlluU, Chii-iuto.- ) StlNMrSOKE Lesson LESSON FOR JULY 12 niim world-he or lUpreaa Monty Send money by Pot-ofric- e Order. Drift, HrgUttrrJ letter, or one and two cent alampa. The date after your name on label ahowa to what date your Mitxtctlption la paid. K it la not ehanrnl within three weeka after renewal notify us. Ml Mini numbera will be gladly tupptleJ If we are notified. Liberal term given to any who obtain new ut.crlptiona for ua. Any one aendlnif ua four yenrl ,-- aubvrlptlona ean receNe The Cltiaen free forhimaelf for one year Advertlatng ratea on application. MtHIKI OF TANGLE FOR LAWYERS Mother Says Body Supposed to Ba Har 8on's Waa 8nt to Har From She Dlacovarad Mlatake, But Hated to Spoil Funeral. KILL FLIES NOW! Anticipating the Dangers Suggestions For Fly by Destroy-int- f of the Common House the Survivors of Last Year's Crop DEFORE WARNING! Wla-conal- n; Chicago. When Charlie Nelson "hit the road" out of Chicago two years ago ho went away with the consoling thought that if death overtook him on hla travels ho always had a nlco grave . bought and paid for and waiting for hla body In Chicago. Maybo It was tho certainty of the "decent burial" that made Charllo forget to write to the folks at homo about his many adventures In strange lands. Hut a few weeks ago Charlie came back to Chicago and found somebody In his grave. Ho was much aroused over tho intrusion of tho stranger In his final resting place. Ho Insisted It waa unothlcal. Charllo Nelson's mother, Mrs. Johanna Oberg, said It wasn't her fault, but ho Insists ho "Just can't feel while that other fellow Is In my grave" To make things worse, suit was filed against Mrs. Oberg by an undertaker In Chippewa Falls for tho collection of a bill for tho burial of the stranger Charllo and his In Charlie's grave. mother took their troubles to the Le-gAid society. Mrs. Oberg says the body was sent to her from Wisconsin. She attributes the mistake to an erroneous description of the body by the Chippewa Falls o al PLIES COST THE UNITED STATES ANNUALLY $550,000,000 OLD-OVERS" TO KILL FLIES WEATHER BECOMES WARM AND THE TO PROPAGATE. THE PRESENT IS THE TIME BEGIN THE One Fly Now Means Innumerable Billions Later On. KKNTUCKY l'RKSS ASSOCIATION. No Whiskey Advertisements! THE EXTERMINATION OF THE WINTER FLY IS THE DUTY OF THE HOUSEWIFE AND OF EVERY ONE. DON'T LET ONE ESCAPE. CATCH AND KILL THEM ALL DEFORE SPRING, FOR THE WINTER FLY IS THE PARENT OF SUMMER'S DESTRUCTIVE SWARMS. THE TIME TO DESTROY THE FLY IS DEFORE IT HAS HAD A CHANCE TO LAY ITS EGGS. NOW IS THE TIME. CAPTURE EVERY ONE OF THE FILTHY LITTLE PESTS YOU CAN FIND. A SINGLE FLY IS CAPABLE OF DEPOSITING ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY EGGS AT ONE TIME AND OF PRODUCING FIVE OR SIX BATCHES DURING ITS SHORT LIFE. THE PROGENY OF A SINGLE PAIR OF FLIES, ASSUMING THAT THEY ALL LIVE, IF PRESSED TOGETHER AT THE END OF THE SUMMER, WOULD OCCUPY A SPACE OF OVER FOURTEEN MIL. LION CUBIC FEET. OF THESE FIGURES SHOW THE INCALCULABLE POSSIBILITIESWIN-TEA SINGLE FLY AND HOW VITAL IT IS TO DESTROY THE FLIES. DON'T THINK BECAUSE THE FLIES DO NOT ANNOY YOU NOW NOW IS WHEN THAT THEY SHOULD NOT BE "SWATTED." "SWATTING" IS MOST EFFECTIVE. R No Immodest News Items! WAGES FOR FARM HELP. It Is a not uncommon comment that wages tend to advancu only In those lines In which labor Is organized Into unions. It Is undoubtedly a (act that the tendency of wages Is to advance more rapidly in the realm of organized labor, yet the advance Is noticeable In lines where unions do not exist. In fact, as any one who might stop nnd think a moment would readily soe, tho steadily Increasing cost of subsistence has made this absolutely necessary. Farm labor affords an example, says Manchester Union. This class of labor has ncv-e- r In modern times been among the best paid, and, Indeed, neither tho farmer nor his hired man has profited financially to an extent at all commensurate with the Importance of tho Industry In which they are engaged. It Is Interesting to note, however, that the level of farm wages Is steadily advancing, and that tho wages for that class of work are now about 65 per cent higher than was the case In tho fCs. In the last four years alone the average has risen 11 per cent and In the last year an increase of 2 per cent has been noted. In some parts of the Northwest, according to statisticians, farm wages range from $50 to $60 a month. To be sure, tho level In the South Is so much lower than that as to hold the average for the country down, but the Inclination of wages Is to rise faster In the South and in the Bast than In the West, and there Is now less difference In the prices paid for labor. New York's fire commissioner points out that the disgraceful Immensity of the fire loss in this country averaging $2.50 per capita against 33 cents In Europe is not to be accounted for by the greater number of frame buildings, d as of the American fire loss occurs In brick buildings. The largest single cause of American fires Is carelessness. Carelessness caused 50 per cent of the 12,955 fires In New York last year, classified as follows: Carelessness with cigarettes, 1,079; with matches, 1,175; with bonfires, 1,. 058; with gas, ranges, etc., 753; with overheated stoves, etc., 696; with chimneys, 703; children with matches and one-thirben-sin- e, FINDS BIG SNAKE MUENGHNER TUB fv Then the Police Suspected Blackmail Plot, but Maybe It's Only a Hoax. a SNAKE TAKEN TO ZOO Mystery of a German Town, English man and Russian; a Sherlock Holmes Tangle Some Anglaa to Inquiry Ara Vary Intcraetlng. Munich, Ilavarla. Recently an Eng- a nforo serviceable panic and help the hurlers to a getaway after accomplishing their dark, nefarious projoct, tho explanation does not make a hit. Why should the blackmailer or thief follow tho Kngllsh couple for two or three years to get their Jewels, which are said to be worth 100,0007 That has not been explained to a watting crooks are notoriworld. High-clast ously patient, but to lug a nake from one end of Europo to another for those many months In the hope of scaring ono Englishman and his better half Into a fit In a hotel full of folks sorno tlmo when the opportunity offered, transfers the problem from the reptilian to the mammalian and makes It a horso on the s Found Somebody In His Grave. undertaker and anxiety on tho part of the coroner and officials to be rid of the task of caring for an unidentified body. In aupport of her contention Mrs. Oberg showed the telegram which her on, Nels Nelson, received, stating his brother, William Nelson, bad been killed In Chippewa Falls. The mother son's name was Charles Nelson, and also sent a detailed description of his appearance to the coroner and sheriff of Chippewa county. "My son Charles Is a blond like myself," said Mrs. Oberg, "and when the body came I found It was that of tire, 688; with candles, 351; with etc., 394. The motto of "Safety a man with dark hair and dark comI felt it waa not the body of first" may well be put Into practise by plexion. my son tho mlnuto I looked at It tho adoption of all reasonable precauHowever, as everything was ready, tions against fires. and the grave was dug, I allowed the body to be burled, so as not to spoil When it was found some time ago the funeral. "Now they are suing me to pay for that tho original manuscript copy of tho burying some unknown person. The the Declaration of Independence coroner shows nation's most precious relic was suf- telegram from the the appearancethat of ho misrepresented fering from the ravages of time, tho the dead man." government ordered the connational In the meantime the effort a of the struction of a special steel, fireproof, Legal Aid society are directed towards burglar proof safe as a permanent de- defending Mrs. Oborg in the matter pository for the historic document. and disturbing the unwelcome body The chief trouble arose from tho fact In Charlie Nelson's grave. that the action of light was operating Hug Breaks Baby's Arm. to cause the Ink of the penned declaGeorgetown, Del. Mrs. John Colo- ration to fade. Accordingly tho safe up her la sealed and cannot be opened except na picked gave It a motherly hug. The upon tho written order of the secre- baby and one's arm, caught In the fold of tary of state. Such an order la sel- little a robe, became twisted and the bone dom given. snapped. The mother did not know what sbo had done until the baby beIn performing operations recently In gan to cry. A physician found the Now York, Dr. Lorthler of Drussela fracture. slxteen-month-ol- says that she telegraphed that her lishman and his wlfo, stopping at one of the big hotels and having, apparently, an abundanco of money, struck an acquaintance with a Scandinavian, who made a great show of Jewelry and cash. Later arrived a Russian who registered under the name of Frankly, and who became chummy with the other three. The Englishman went to the police with a story that the Russian was a man who had been on his trail for two or three years, trying to rob or blackmail him. That stirred the sleuths and they gathered in the Scandinavian and the Russian. When the Scandinavian's apartment waa searched there waa found In the pybathtub, neatly colled, a thon, which la a whole heap of a snake, take it from the keepers at the zoo who lugged him away from there. The keepers said the python had not been fed for many weeks and waa feeblo from starvation. Some of the angles to the Inquiry are Interesting, for instance: Why the snake? The profound police theory is that he waa to be turned loose in the hotel to start a panic, and while the excitement raged the alleged villains wmild steal the Jew. 30-fo- Investigators. Experts say that a carefully starved python Is a gad citizen and would undoubtedly attack anyone it was "sicked on," provided It did not do the far more probable stunt of squashing the life out of the person who did tho "sicking." Also, to make It go where It Is pointed, It is necessary to cover the python's head with a bag and tap It with a stick, and Its progress would make a nolao like a Mississippi steamboat Jamming Its way over a mud bar. Thieves stealthily opening the Englishman's bedroom door In the stilly watches of tho night and persuading a blindfolded snake to enter and give him a lethal hug would have to figure on all the guests and employes being deaf, dumb and blind. Maybe It waa because It waa difficult to come upon those Ideal conditions that the alleged crooks followed Mr. and Mrs. Englishman for such an unreasonable space of time. Honesty Costs Night In Jail. Portland, Ore. Honesty cost Martin Dies a night in Jail. Finding a packago loat by tho American Express company, he took It to the police where ho waa held charged with eta-Uo- drunkenness. Youngster Is Tough. four York. Israel Marvin, years old, Is tough. He was run over by an automobile, Jumped np, bawled boas was aad ran home. Not brokaa. New The Duko of Marlborough has been qulto successful as an auctioneer In At least tho peerage, perLondon. haps getting short on American Is turning 1U nobly born attention to work. heir-esse- A woman writer says men like a Not If she changeable woman. changes too often and they havo to pay for tbo changes. The new comet Is asserted to be Ullless. Will some export ostrologUt kindly explain what this foretells? Sociologists are still trying to find whore tho tango originated, but no city will confess. In case China should have her now dreaduaughts destroyed, thoy'd still bo Junk. dispensed with a surgeon's needle and bound tho exterior taclslons together with aluminum clamps dropped into place by an automatic feeding and clamping machine By this inoana ho eliminated catgut, which la not always antiseptic. As soon as tho wounds aro euUlciently healed tho clamps will bo romoved. Dr. Lorthler also operated without gloves, explaining that they wero an impediment which provuntcd blm from working as swiftly and doxterously as ho Held Up Frequently. Rochello Park, N. J. Beaten unconscious and robbed of a handbag, nantel McMullen. postmaster, grocer and coal man, was held up for the twenty-fifttime between Ms store and home, a distance or boo root "Take Car," He 8a Id. Modford, U L "Your auto killed my horse. I'll have tho law on you," threatened Georgo Ilelch to James Doddy. "Tako tho car," said Coddy, and Ilelch, still soro, rode off In the mnrhlna, Found a Thirty-Foo- t Retribution Is something wo feel Python In the sure in Intended for tbo other fellow. Oath Tub. A man of low words also may have elry, or mayhap do other dainago. As a minimum of thoughts. snioko bombs that could two or threo bo carried In n Imndhnc would. create TKXT-- "! nm tho Hah! nf tho GREATNESS THROUGH SERVICE. that followrth me shall not walk In tarknrra. but ahalt have tho light of life." H.13-4I.KBHON TKXT-M-ark John It OOI.DKN TKXT 'Tha Bon of man also unto, but to It Is not strange tun not to bo mlrdate-remen aro inlnlatrr. nl to irlvn hla Ufa a rsnaoro 10.48. ninny." Murk doubters. Sin has for our so blinded This la a tlmo In the life of our mornl vision that Iord that vlbratea with Interest aa wn do not see the wo rapidly nppmach his last traglo truth as It Is, but week upon earth. At the beginning of In a distorted his l'crean ministry (Luke. 9:51) wo fashion which rend that Jesus "steadfastly set his mnkes It less at- fnco to go to Jerusalem." Now that ' SBBBBBBBBBBBRL tractive. "Tho unt- Journey Is nenrly ended. Ho had il r n I man a placo near Jericho. Know- not tho .reached . . SBBBBBBBBBBSa ft... .,1a-- H llina. tho of things with Jesus wern who Journeyed Spirit of Clod; for "amaied." and somo ns they followed they aro foolish- him on this Journey wero "afraid" ness unto him. (v. 32). Jesus, therefore, and for a neither can 1m third tlmo, plainly tell hla disciples know them because they are spiritualvilint Is shout to tnko placo In Jeruly discerned." (1 Cor 2:14). salem. Furthermore, the truth as It Is In The contrast of self la tho distinJesus entries with it condemnation guishing featuro of tho lesson of for the sinner, and no ono enjoys re- tho disciples over against proof or rebuke. As tho lawyer," will- the Master. ing to Justify himself, said: "Who Is Assurance of Faith. my neighbor?" so tho nnturnl heart Disciples, vv. I. The questions tho authority of tho IUIjI", As Jesus clearly iok to thoso anil even tho existence of Owl, rather who In amazement followed him ho than confess Its sin. Add to tills the told of his condemnation nnd deliverfart Hint tho devil who llrst Injected ance to tho Cicntlles, his persecution, doubt Into tho mind of man, nnd who It and resurrection (vv. Is rightly colled by our Savior the death was then that James and John father of lies. Is ever seeking to prejutheir requesL Matthew tells dice tho creature against the Creator, us that they mndo It through and It Is not Htrango that all thinking mother. It was an Ignorant pcoplo pass through a period of doubt their for they knew not what It Inas to the fundamentals of religion, volved (v. 38), nor whoso It was to nnd some aru so completely blinded grunt It (r. 40). Ho had spoken with that they never como out of their great clearness about his suffering spiritual darkneas. nnd death and Immediately they ask In dealing with doubters It Is Ima poaltlon In his glory. This may posiportant to uscertaln their real tho assurance of tbelr faith tion. Some skeptics are mere fritters In him, but It certainly intimates that who are too Indolent to grapple with they did not comprehend tho suffering the truth In n resolute way, and so of which ho had been spenklng. Wo tlnd It enxler to doubt nnd drift with need to remember, however, that they tho current of their natural Inclinabelieved In that appmarhlng hour of tions. Others use their skepticism n his glory. They desired, though, to a cover for an ungodly life. You can havo an ntsoclatlon with him In his say to such when they question tho power and authority, thus showing Inspiration of tho Illble that one proof their mixture, of welflahness, though of Its divine origin Is the fact that It Jems seems to hnu Ignored IL Wns describes their condition so complete- this request Incited by tho mother? ly, and tells how they came Into that Evidently not to a degree, for tho Mascondition. ter oddrerses his reply to the Remind them that to doubt the In that reply ho docs say Illblo does not alter the farts which It that to occupy such a position was reveals, but It does subject them to denied them, or might Imi quite postho charge of making Cod a liar (I sible. What ho does lay stress upon John 5:10), and It puts them under was what was Involved and that this condemnation. "He that belloveth, not wns not tbo tlmo or place to lay emIs condemned already, because ho hath phasis. In this new kingdom, upon any not believed In the namo of the only other Idea than that of equality. begotten son of Rod. And this Is the Jeius then clearly declared all that condemnation, that light Is come Into was Involved In his tathway of suftho world, and men loved darkness fering nnd propounds his question, rather than light, because their deeds "Aro yo able to drink tho cup that I wero evil" (John 3:18, 19). drink?" (v. 38). It was a heroic but It Is said that a vessel once sighted Ignorant answer they made, "Wo aro an enemy Just at sundown, and kept able." Their languagn reveals tho up a cannonade until the darkness character, however, of those who did put a stop to It. When the sun aroso enter Into that fellowship with him the next morning, they were cha- which eventually led thcin to martyrgrined to find that the supposed enemy dom. Ho told them they should hn was an liumenso rock, which still re- bnptlted Into n strength to do and live mained Intact after many hours of this life of abandonment, but that such bombarding. So In all ges men havo a Ufa could not command any prebeen demolishing Uia lllble as the eminence on that account. Their reenemy of the human race, but the old quest wns otherwise a correct ono. In Hook still stands, silent, but solid as older to share with Christ In hie glory tho Rock of Aged. For trilling skep- wn must share his cup and his baptics John 8:21, 24 is very good aa tism of shamn and suffering; seol4:3C; showing thai consequences of unbelief, Matt. 26:39; John 18:11; II Tim. while John 6 MO discloses the origin 2,12; Rom. 8:17; MatL 1C.24. James "Yo will not and John (v. 39) did not stop to mcas-uiof their skopticlsm. come to me that ye might havo Ufo." tho meaning of their requosL Wanted Places of Authority. There Is another class of doubters who aro really desirous of knowing Master, w. II. The tho truth. As somo one hns exIn answer to tho Indignation pressed It, "He wishes there was a (V. 41) of the other ten disciples JoGod to whom ho could come aa a ans without any manifest Impatience child to his father, but he does not calls tho disciples "unto him" and sets know whether there Is or not, and ho before them their absoluto equality, wants to know. He wishes he were and yet at tho same tlmo a way of ex on Immortal spirit; but he Is not post-tir- altatlon, v. 43. Jesus is ever calling that ho is anything moro than uu "unto htm," for ho desires to load an animated machine, and ho seeks us out of lives of scltlshneiui Into He would be glad to thoso of fulness nnd service. These for evidence. bollove that this unknown God baa ten wero not altogether without self provided for this unknown soul some Ishness; they wanted the places of auway by which It could know both Its thority also. Onco before, chapter father and itself. Ho does not dis- 9: , this same, controversy had believe In Ood or Christ, but ho does arisen and waa again manifested not know, and ho wants to know." (Luke 22:24) and that, too, at a solFor such people there are two paths emn occasion, as ho announced bis apto tho light, tho Intellectual and the proaching death and lniiUtutcd Uio moral. Tho first begins wlUi tho supper. It was not till after Penteknown and argues Its way to tho un- cost Hint It became possible for a disknown. Tho creation proves a crea- ciple, to wrlto "In honor prefer ono tor. Intelligent and moral beings unother." Rom. 4: 10, Phil. 2:3. This imply a creator capable of producing reply of Jesus to tho indignation of such. The scientific method results tho ten Is a teaching by contrast and only In a high degree of probability, accurately describes tho flnntllo methIt Is truo, but then wo act every day od of Over agalnut on Just such probabilities, and we It bo sets forth tbo method of the ought to act upon thorn In religion. "Son of Man." Till this prcsont day Tho other method starts with tho such aro tho methods ot thoso who distinction between right and wrong aro of this world only. which wo all know, and which no In hl kingdom It Is different, greatmoral man can doubt. Into tills world ness la Invorso ratio until wo And has como Josuh of Nazareth. Ho tho greatest Is tho ono who servos meets our Ideals, ho commends him-so- most perfectly. In emphasizing this to our consciousness, ho com- verso (v. 45) It Is qulto common to mands our wilt. If wo tako bis llfo omit tho last clause, "and to glvo his and follow It, bis teachings and oboy llfo a ransom for muny," Ho to omit them, wo will soon find our way into It Is to neglect his work of redemptho light. "I am tho light of tho tion and overly emphasizes tho altruworld: bo that followoth mo shall not istic aspect ot Christianity. Mon nro u walk In darkness, but shall havo tho not saved by any such method. light of llfo" (John 8:12). If any man is tho greatest example of a perwill do his wilt, ho shall know of fect servant because he did glvo hla tho doctrlno, whether It bo of Ood, llfo. Let us also remember that he or whether I speak of myself" (John gavo thnt Ufa and that no man took; 7U7). U from him, John 10:18. that 1 1 1 V. 32-4- (20-20- ) s. u 41-4- e lf Jo-su- July 0, 1014. THK CITIZHN Page Throe. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Prof. Frank 8. Montgomery, Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator. until early July. Cut tho rape, disc MEADOWS AND PASTURES ma This Is Hit) second arUcIo In tlio it into tho soil: applying lime, scries on "Meadows and I'lislurcs."' If llio method of preparing nn'l seeding Inst week did not apply to your condition, pcrlinps ono of tlio following may. W o iniisl liavo moro meadows and pastures. Start ihent this season liy soino of llio follow ing methods: Becond Method. 'l'liis inclliod Is npplicablo to fertllo soils full of humus and foul with weeds or grass seed, or whero it Is deslrnblo to uso manuro full of obnoxious seed or coarse, Farm INOCULATION THE FARM BUREAU. NINTH ANNUAL BLUE GRASS FAIR OPEN8 AT LEXINGTON MONDAY, AUGUST 3 BEST FAIR IN MIDDLE WEST. and Unless farmers are sufficiently Interested In farm bureau work to form nn effective organization which truly represents the farming Interests of the county there Is small chance of tho county bureau meeting with great succors, says the department of agriculture. It Is not enough for professional nnd business men to Interest themselves In the work; the farmers must feel that tbo bureau Is theirs, that It Is a means by which they can all In securing for the com munity nt large every possible benefit nnd not an Institution for conferring benefits on them Individually. A county organization Imbued with this spirit Is n necessary preliminary to successful work by a county agent Garden FOR Sow small grain or crimson clover In the fall, as in llio first method. I)o not graze In tho spring, but bar-ve- st for bay or grain. Urcak llio stubblo 8 Inches deep and apply 1,000 pounds of burnt llmo per acre, as in tlio first method. A few days after liming spread Din manuro. and harrow every week or ton days until seeding lime. Just before seeding disc in 000 pounds of 10 per cent acid phospbato and M) pounds of murinlo of potash per aero and proceed as in the first method. Third Method. This method can bo used whero tbu spring growth of crimson clover Is heavy, whethor sown nlono or wilh some of tlio grains mentioned. Do not grnzo the cover crop too closely in the spring. When tho crimson clover is in bloom chop it thoroughly with tlio disc and turn It under H Inches deep, and proceed as in tho second method. Fourth Method. If tho land is fertllo and free from weeds and grass seed, spring sowing may bo practiced, but wilh far less certain ty of success. Break lb) laud 8 inches deep in the fall ami disc 1,000 pounds of burnt limn into the top soil. In tho winter broadcast 10 tons of clean. well-rottline stable manuro per acre; in the spring apply 400 pounds of 10 per cent aoid phospbato and 40 pounds of muriate of potash por acre. If no slablo ma nuro is used, fertilize in tho spring with 000 pounds of acid phospbato, fin flllllniU nt tlllirlnln of nnlnlli nn.1 150 pounds of dried blood, also 50 pounds of nitrate of soda, when the growth begins. Sow an abundance of seed as soon as it is safe to do so with barloy or oats, using one-ha- lf tho usual amount of grain. Cover lightly wilh a harrow or wecdor. Seeding should bo finished by llio mlddlo of April If possible Thoso nurso crops should bo cut for bay when in bloom to prevent loo pro longed shading and taking moisturo from tho lender plants. (Seo Sixth Method for a better way to handle tho nurse crop.) Fifth Method. Another method thai may be used is to plant an early crop of rape on well broken and well manured land, flrar.e the rape off wilh hogs several times Ilo-dled litter. nure and fertilizers, nnd sow tho seed as In former methods. Sixth Method. Another method is to prcparo llio land nnd sow llio seed as in tho first thrco methods, and at tho samo llmo sow one- half tho usual amount of rye, wheat or oats to servo as a nurse crop. Tho next year Ibis is cut for bay when in bloom. A belter method is to clip the grain rather high sov- eral limes in (bo spring when it gels a good growth, Icavjng the clip pings on tho ground lo servo as a mulch. Seventh Method. Sometimes if clover is In lie sown in llio above plan but seeding can not bo done early enough in (ho fall, it may bo sown in February or early March, excepting tho freezing and thawing lo cover tho seed sufllclently. This is n haphazard practice. It is bel ter tu wait until tho latter part of March or early April when tho ground is dry enough, so llio seed can lie lightly harrowed in. Kigldh Method. This method is advisable whero tho land is very sleep and cannot bo plowed, or har rowed. If tho land Is loo steep for plow ing it may be possiblo to disc or harrow Instead of plowing, applying the lime, manure, fertilizers and seed as directed. If too steep for harrowing sow the seed in February or early March so freezing and thawing will put tho seed in tho ground. While this last method is not always successful, it has given satisfaction on freshly cleared land whero there is plenty of organ ic matter. It is tho only method that can bo employed on lands whero harrowing cannot lw done. Lime should bo applied broadcast some time before seeding. The fertilizer can bo broadcasted about tho timo of seeding. On wet lands the frcez ing method of planting is also ad visable. NOTES ALFALFA. Nltrogtn Gathering BacUria on Root of Plant Advlaad. "Alfalfa la n legume crop, and for Ita successful growth nitrogen gathering bacteria on Ita roots are necessary," ac cording to Manlcy Chnniplln, assistant agronomist nt tlio Stnto college, South Dnkotn. "Where alfalfa lias been grown for tnnny years tlio bacteria are likely present In the soil for Instance, certain parts of tlio Itlaek Illlln region. Hut If tlio bacteria nro not In tlio soil It would probably be well to Inoculato either tlio seed or tho land to produco Uietn." Mr. Champlln offers tlio following suggestions ou methods of Inoculation: "Nitrogen leathering bacteria nro prepared In tho form known as pure culture by tho United States department of agriculture at Washington, and small quantities of this puro culture are sent free to the farmers desiring to mnko a trlnl of Inoculullon. In sending In a request for tills material the following facts nbould bo stated: The name of the crop to be Inoculated, amount of seed to bo sown, acreage to be sown to this crop and tho approximate date on wblcb you expect to sow the seed. "Tho Inoculating material Is sent out within seven days of tho time the application is received, nnd It should be used before the expiration of twenty-flvdays from the date on which It was sent, as the bacteria may bo destroyed If held Ion kit than that. Requests should be sent to the secretary of agriculture. Washington, D. C. The state of South Dakota has provided no funds for the making of pure culturo at the State College of Agriculture, though o SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS Numerous Attractions, Including Tha vlu's Band and Concert Company Kline's Greater Shows. Lexington, Ky. Slnco Its organization In 1900; tho llluo Grass Fair has taken full rank with tho largest and the best stnto fairs and expositions of tho country. It has very Justly become known as the largest horse show In tho world. It Is the only fair which offers a full quota and a classification for breeding classes of the three great breeds of American horses as well as show classes, simplified and arranged In a. manner which makes their distinction clear. Pitched on a larger and more extensive scale than ever before, with the certainty of Increased Interest on account of various added features, this year's fair promises to eclipse all previous records. Numerous additions and Improvements have been made In the matter of show rings and amusement features have been secured of a kind and to an extent that Justify the belief that the fair will not only prove more valuable than ever to the Uvo stock Interests of Kentucky, but also more attractive to those who visit It In addition to the weanling and yearling divisions, five stakes are offered In the show classes for saddle horses. Attractive Program Each Day. One of the most attractive programs for the week will be on Wednesday, when the classes for Standard bred horses will be shown. In addition to the cash premiums offered and seasons to the leading horses In service are donated by varl ous owners and should attract the attention of the entire world. The fair will open on Monday, Au gust 3rd, at 1 p. tn., when an attractive racing program has been arranged, in teresting show rings will be seen, and Thavlu s Great Band and Concert Co, with some of the best soloists and grand opera singers kfaown to the mu steal world will be here. Six singers In costume will be heard In front of the grand stand every eve ning and there Is a great treat In store for the music loving public of the Blue Grass region. On Tuesday, the 4th, the big mule show, always a most Interesting fea ture of the Blue Grass Fair, will be shown, and Herefords cattle will also be seen. Various classes for sheep and swine will be Judged In the pens, and the poultry and pigeons will be Judged In the poultry bouse. Great show rings In other classes. music by Thavlu's Band will help fill out the day s program. On Wednesday morning the breed ing classes for standard bred horses as mentioned above, classes for Jack stock, etc., will be shown In front of the grand stand. Famous Blue Grass Stake Wednesday. In the afternoon the famous Blue Grass Stake for saddle horses, which always produces the best seen In the world. This stake always gives us a spirited and exciting contest, and brings out a large field. Thursday Is always a great day and an extra program has been arranged The forenoon will be taken up with the breeding classes for American saddle horses, the prizes for which are flvo-galte- d ttTttTTTTTTTt HOW TO ............. KILL POULTRY. Don't fail lo sec the agricultural train at Hcrea July 15 from 11:30 a. m. to 1:30 p. in.; at Brush Creek from (o 2:00 to 3:30 p. in.; at Livingston from 3:50 to 5:30 p. rn. Don't fail lo get somo cowpeas sown in (he corn at Inst cultivation They will make due pig pasture and enrich tho soil. I saw many fields of cowpeas in tho fertile lands of western Ken lucky last week. They are begin ning to follow the good example of (be mountain people. aLaHlVRbaHaD uk 'ir4L&2MQsal BBaVaLflaHBaViBBBBBBBifll BBBBSBSSaaVRSRBaABHaBbt'SaBBlE A FIELD OF TOCXO ALFALFA. requests received at the college are usually forwarded to the secretary of agriculture ut Washington for attention. Unsightly Product Is Caused by Incomplete Removal of Blood. "Grusp the chicken, when killing, by tho bony part of the skull. Do not let the Angers touch the neck. Make a small cut with a small, sharp pointed knife on the right sldo of the roof of the chicken's mouth, Just whero the bones of the skull end. Drain for dry picking by thrusting the knife through the groove which runs along the middle line of the roof of the mouth until It touches the skull midway between the eyes. Use a knife which Is not more Inch than two Inches long, wide, with a thin, flat handle, a sharp point and a straight cutting edge." The above Instructions on the proper methods of killing poultry were Issued by the department of agriculture. At least 30 per cent of all the poultry coming Into the New York market la Incompletely bled. Much of It Is so badly bled that It results In a loss of from 2 to 5 cents n pound, as compared with the corresponding poultry which Is well bled nnd In good order, conAside from tinues the department the bad appearance of Incompletely bled chickens, their keeping properties are very Inferior. The flesh loses Its firmness sooner; Its flavor Is not so good: the odor of stale flesh and finally of putrefaction comes sooner, and In every way the product Is more perishable. A very large proportion of the un sightly poultry In our markets, aside from the rubbing and tearing of the skins. Is caused by an Incomplete re moval of the blood. This Is evidenced by red dots which frequently occur where the feathers have been removed. especially over the thighs and wings, or by the small reins, which mar the appearance of the neck. Generally It Is the neck which shows most plainly the presence of blood In the fowl, or that "a wrong method has been used In cutting the blood vessels In an attempt to empty them. The neck Is the first part to discolor, becoming first red. then bluish red or purple and finally green as aging progresses. one-fourt- h Friday morntnc will bo devoted to Jersey Cattle, which Is always a good show, as tho best herds In tho State meet hero. In the afternoon the Shetland Po nies, In addition to racing and a varied program of show classes. Thoroughbreds Saturday. Saturday Is always known as Thor- oughbread Day, when we see rings which bring together many of the most noted thoroughbred horses from th9 In greatest nurseries In Kentucky. addition to cash premiums, seasons to such great horses as Iiallot, Sain, Jack Atkins, Fair Play, Trap Itock, Water vale, Stalwart, Nasturtium and othors are offered which Insure the best show over given tn this department Tho afternoon program Is one of the most Interesting of thoentlre week, la as it Includes alt championships which final contests occur between winners of the Individual classes during tho preceding days of the fair. The rule governing these classes requires all animals eligible to show In those rings, or forfeit monoy won In the previous shows, and this rulo will be strictly adhered to, thereby assuring large fields and affording the public the opportunity of seeing the winners brought together. The week promises to bo not only a g gala one In Lexington, but a ono tn the history of the Blue Grass Fair. record-breakin- Speed Program. Running races and harness races he given each day. Cup races to be given each day by the Gentlemen's Driving Club at Blue Grass Fair. program has An excellent speed been arranged for the Blue Grass Fair at Lexington, week of August 3rd to 8th. On each of the six days there will be every day but Saturday. The two-yeold stake to be contested during the week, closed with 20 entries, Including nearly all the best In training In Ken- t I running races aad harness racing on of the best races of the year for and this should prove no exception to the rule. Rules of the National Trotting Association will govern the races. In addition there will be pony races, inula tucky. This race has always been one races, novelty races and others to be announced later. TRAIH SPECIAL AGRICULTURAL To Run Through East Kentucky On July 15th the Agricultural Col- Continue shallow cultivation of corn (o keep dust on top while dry weather continues. Hegin now (o plan to sow rye this fall. Wo hope to get seed cheap enough so a!' may sow a largo acreage. FARMERS' UNION MEETS FOR YOUR DEN Mtfifal CotliKPauunli "Karl F. Rellerman of the bureau of plant Industry says: The Inoculation of legume seeds with liquid pure culturo Is exceedingly simple. The scedn to be treated ure placed In a clean bucket, pall or tub and the liquid puro culture applied u little at a time, thoroughly stirring the seeds with the bands, as though one were kneading dough. This will produce a thin, moist coating of culture on every seed. Too much liquid makes the seeds too wet, Yah and Harvard, each 9 in. x 24 in Princeton, CorncU, Michigan Each 7 in. s 21 in. All belt quality felt with felt head- , itreamers, letteri and niaicot ex- ted In proper colon. 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"Accurate and up to date," Philadelphia Press "Slaiulurd book of knowledge," l'lilhlelphia Ledger, "Plain The New York World sajs truths fur those who need or ought to know them for the prevention of evils," Coin or Money Order postage ten cents extra. Under plain wrapper for only $1.00. MIAMI PUBLISHING CO. Dayton, Ohio standing thus for any exTho Farmers' Union nt Speedwell and If left tended period they may be Injured. met. in the school bouse Thursday The small quantity of liquor, pure culevening for instruction. An inter- ture, furnished by the department Is ested group of twenty farmers list sufficient to produce the required ened to Prof. F. Montgomery, for amount of moisture on a considerable moro than an hour on tho subject of bulk of seeds, depending entirely upon the size of the seeda nnd how thorfertilizer. This is very encouragoughly they are stirred with the culing indeed to seo tho farmers unite ture. After moistening the seeds for bettor things in their farm lifo. should be spread In a thin layer on a It is evident that tho farmer must clean floor or on newspapers and thoruso bis gray matter to determine oughly dried. Tho complete applicawhat bis soil needs; how to supply tion requires but a short time and it; not only from the commercial should not be done In bright light or In the fertilizer dealer but from naturo it- direct sunlight If Inoculatedprotected evening nnd spread In a self. Only the out of dato farmers place the seeds will be ready tor early now condemn tho new and bettor morning sowing, although seeds thus ways. Wo sometimes oxcuso them treated can be stored for a week or for their unkind remarks on tho ba- more should weather or other condisis of prejudice, and gladly do wo tions prevent Immediate sowing.' when wo have onoo Icarnod tho "In all cases where Inoculation Is meaning of tho term. A very able practiced a strip should be left along southern lawyer defines prejudice as the edge of the Held without Inoculaso as to determine whether "ripened ignorance." Why not got tion Inoculation was ueeessary. or not tho in line nnd get interested In your "After the olfalfn or other legume farm work as these wide awnko crop Is two or three months old an farmers around Speedwell and oth- abundance of nodules or small bunches er places in our Stale and country. should appear on tho roots. These nodWo endorso tho Farmers' Union and ules are tho homes of the bacteria, and the number of nodules Indicates the every menus on foot lo enlist, albring tho farmers number of bacteria present. If an t and to falfa or other legume crop grows with-outogether for specific Instruction on the bacteria It takes Its nitrogen better methods of fanning from the soil the same as a grain crop and therefore Is not as beneficial to the soil us It Is when It get Its nitrogen from thu air. Furthermore, the GREAT CRI8I8. Health boards, armed with police legume will not make the best growth authority, eradicate the carriers of unless It Is supplied with bacteria or, typhoid and quarantine the victims, on the other hand, Is sown upon land but alcohol, a thousand times more which Is well manured and rich In nidestructive to publlo health than ty- trogen. After one Held Is Inoculnted phoid fever, continues to destroy. Al- adjoining Held may be quickly treatcoholic degenoracy Is the most Im- ed In future years by simply scattering portant sanitary question before the toll from the Inoculated Held upou the country, yet health authorities do not new Held." take action because tloohol Is enFruit on Every Farm. trenched In politics. We are face to No farm should be without fruit. A faee with the greatest crisis In our country's history. The alcohol ques-tlo- farmer who has u taste for fruit growmust be settled within tho next ing and luud suitable for It should ten years or some more virile nation have his orchard!! of such fruits as his will write the epitaph of this republic. local market calls for and of such varieties as succeed bewt In his locality. Dr. T. Alexander MaoNlcholl. n Vitality of Seed. Assuming that every care has been taken to get seed well adapted to the conditions of culture. It is still Important to see that the seed Is of good vitality and capable of producing strong, vigorous plants. Great waste of land and labor results every year from the use of seed of low vitality. Poor seed cannot produce good plants, and poor plants give poor returns or none at all. Seed should always be tested before planting and seed of low vitality rejected. Some of this poor seed is Introduced to blend with good seed so that It can be sold at a lower price. Some of the worst weeds have been Introduced and spread In this way. The loss from weeds and the cost of fighting them Is great and Is so well understood at to need no discussion. Fanners often buy cheap seed thinking that they are saving money, when as a matter of fact they are paying two or three times as much for the small amount of good seed obtained as they would pay bad they bought good seed In the first place at twice tho rate per pound paid for the poor seed. A. F. Woods, Dean Department of Agriculture, University Fnrm, St Paul. SOME CHICKEN HINTS. The cripple and the malformed chicken should be put to death Immediately after hatching. Such little unfortunates will bring nothing but disappointment They will give you more care than ten well and whole, ones. They will make you sick of the chicken business nnd give your entire flock a black eye from the first Kill them the Instant they are born. Lousy fowls ore necessarily weaker than fowls that are free from lice. lege and Experiment Station will send from Lexington an agricultural special train which will traverse This section is eastern Kentucky. not so well adapted to crops that require broad acres but there is no better section on earth for the production of choice fruit and for poultry raising. Considering these facts the train is to bo especially equipped lo givo instruction regarding the raising of fruit and. vegetables and in poultry production. Tho Bureau of Forestry at Washington has becomo interested in the proposition and is lending exhibit material, etc., and there will be men to lecture on various phases of the forest interests. It is a sad fact that Eastern Kentucky fails to produce enough food products to supply its own people and one object of the special train is to awaken an interest in providing a better assortment and greater quaa-li- ty of fruits and vegetables for home consumption as well as for export If this state of affairs can be brought about, the drain upon tho money earnings of the average family will bo lessened and an additional source of revenue provided. Everybody is welcome to visit this train, seo tho exhibits and hear the lectures. It will be at particularly rich and desirable and Richmond at 9:45 a. m. on July certain to bring about a magnificent 15th. show. Berea at 11:30 a. ni. on July 15th. The classes for Short Horn Cattle, Brush Creek at 2:00 p. m. on July which always produces a show for Short Horns, will be well worth the 15th, and at Livingston al 3:50 p. m. on July trip of many miles to those Interested In beef cattle, which will be shown In 15th, and will stay about an hour front of the grand stand. In tho aft- and a half al each place. ernoon will be witnessed tho Ken saddle tucky Stake for horses and an excellent program for racing, varied show classer for roadA book of preferred stock will oftaa horses and take tho enthusiasm out of the treat sters, three and buster. fine harness horses. d flve-galt- The Central and Eastern Kentucky Real Estate and Timber Agency OF BEREA, KY. Solicits Your Patronage All persons, any place, wishing to sell or invest in property oi any kind, in the best town in the state (that's licrca you know), Farm lands in the garden spot of the world, (that's Central Kentucky too), Mineral, Timber Lands or Timber Propositions, in one of the richest sections in the United States in natural resources (that's Eastern Kentucky also), or a like proposition in any other part of God's country (that's the South I and sure) the opening of is going to turn the investing tide the world's greatest water-wa- y just list with us, and give us your orders, and we'll do the rest. No, not altogether ior the fun of it, but a very reasonable commission. Etrength and vitality are quite Important factors while tho fowls are producing their uew suit of clothes. Com Is a very poor grain when fed extensively. It produces fat nt the expense of other tissue, and when laying hens are fed too much corn they soon become too fat to luy. There Is no gralu superior to wheat it Is readily eaten and for chickens, ns a rule laying hens thrlvo upon It Thoso who grow wheat have a fine opportunity to raise chickens and sell eggs, for the fowls may glean the stubble fields and save much gralu that would olherwlso be lost The person who has uever fed grit to liU fowls will bo surprised nt tho amount u flock of bens will pick up In the courso of a year. Tbo feed dealer keeps the best kind of grit. It belug ground granite or other kind of rock. A Square Deal is Our Motto No Trade Made, No Money Paid Phane No. 150, J. W. HOSKINS, Mgr. Pago Four. Tins cmzEN July 9, 1014. Ioeooooooooooeoc LOCAL PAGE NEWS COME TO OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A THE BEREA FAIR July 29, 30 and 31, 1914 ing character and will recoivo Nearly all of the Fire Insurance most hearty welcome by her many Companies have withdrawn from friends. Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Gabbard and the state, but Breck ca. fcvans have some Old Strong Companies Mrs. John Gabbard wero In Rich that will furnish Any Kind of In mond one day of last week. Miss Bottio Lewis and her cous surance you want. in, Miss Jennie Do Vors of Richmond lotJooejoejoo BRECK & EVANS Bigger and Better Than Ever FOR CATALOO, ADDRESS GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES E. T. FISH, Secretary, Beren, Ky. Prices Always Right RICHARDSON & COYLE NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE THE OGC STUDIO WE MAKE PHOTOS all new and popuUr styles oval, round, oblong or square shape. or we'll make you a picture in any di tinctive or particular style you wish 0. C PURKEY Over Berea Bank and Trust Co. In BARGAINS WATCHES WATCHES Go lo Marcum's to get your jew dry. Everything guaranteed. Prices the lowest, quality considered. Next door lo Clarkston's Hard ware, Main Street. L, & N. TIME TABLE North Bound, Local 7:00 a. m 10:55 p. KnoxvilU 1:07 p. m. 3:62 a. BEREA 7:46 a. m. :30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound, Local 8:15 p. m. 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. BEREA 6:60 a. 7:00 p. m. Knoxrill Express Train No. SS will itoD to take on Dassea ten for Knoxrille and points beyond. South Bound 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati 11:56 a.m. BEREA No. 32 will stop at Berea to take on passenger for Cincinnati, O., and points beyond. North Bound 4:45 p. m. BEREA 8:50 p. m. Cincinnati a Mr. and Mrs. David Roebuck, who liavo been boarding at Mrs. Nannio Brannaman's, have gone lo house keeping on Parkway. Mrs. Taylor Muncy and children left Wednesday lo meet her hus band in Kansas where they will make their home. The Misses Maude Welch and Mae Stowe went to Ford, Ky., to visit Miss Stowe's brother, Mr. Lonnic Slowe, who has chargo of Mr. D. N, Welch's farm. The early passenger train no. 31 was delayed here four hours Thursday morning on account of a small wreck at Fort Estill Junction, Ky. Welch's guarantee on buggies Is worth more alone than lots of buggies, (ad) Friends of Mr. Harry Gabbard will be glad to hear that he is improving since he lias been camping on Robes Mountain. Miss Ella Adams returned homo from Brush Creek where she has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Jack Lazwell. Mr. 0. W. Adams 3penl Sunday in Wildie. Miss Amy Todd returned from Brush Creek Sunday. Mr. J. L. Jones visited Mr. H. T. Jones Sunday. John Daugherty visited tho homo of Geo. Anderson Sunday evening. Forest Dowden went to Bear Knob Thursday night: The largest line of buggies in eastern Kentucky now on exhibition at Welch's. (ad) Miss Fannie Dowden of Pt. Lick spent Sunday with friends and relatives in town. Mrs. Jas. Guinn and daughter, May, of near Pt. Lick were visitors in town last Saturday. Prof. Chas. D. Lewis is conducting a Teachers' Institute in Clinton county this week. He returns to Berea Saturday night. Mrs. Sallio Hanson and Miss Nettie Wyatt wero visiting in Richmond last Saturday afternoon. Mr. llobt. Spcnce, who underwent an operation for appendicitis at tho Collego hospital Monday of last week will soon bo able to bo walking about. Mr." and Mrs. F. M. Morgan were in Richmond on business Monday. Mr. W. M. Hays is visiting this week with his son who lives at Wildie. Miss Anna Powell, who happened lo a very painful accident, slicking a needle in tho ball of her foot about Commencement lime, and who has been confined at the hospital as a result, was removed to her homo in Jnckson county Sunday. Wo trust that Miss Powell will bo all wen visiting over Sunday with Mrs, school al White Station last Mon- town on business the first of tho Marion Hill who lives near Kings day. Miss Vaughn has had thor- week. ton. ough training in tho Normal deMr. Bon II. Gabbard, traveling sovcrnl weeks partment here and will no doubt salesman, was a Berea visitor Mon After spending with homefolks Mr. and Mrs. A. M teach nn excellent school. day of llils week. A Clark returned to Harlan county. Mr. W. II. Thompson of Topcka, Mr. B. Rivenburg nnd Mrs. Alico Mrs. K. F. Dizncy arrived, the Kan., after visiting with relatives Caso visited over Sunday with Miss first of the week, from her homo in for a few days returned homo last Bess Isaacs of Rnrkcastlo county. Harlnn, for a visit of a few weeks week. Dr. McAllister, dean of Iho Nor Mr. J. M. Early was in Richmond mat with her daughter, Margaret, and department, attended Iho also with her many Berea friends, Monday night lo hear Gov. J. B. Teacher's Institute In Wayno county until today. He will spend tho reMiss Cameron left at tho ilrst of McCreary's address. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Todd of near maining part of tho week In Knox tho week for her summer vacation in the Canadian woods and Miss Pt. Lick spent Sunday In town with county attending a Trustee meeting Margaret Dizney will bo in chargo his son, Mr. Will Todd and family. of which ho is n inombcr. Prof. Marsh and family wero visMiss Eva McDanicl, student, loft nl the Tavern whilo sho is away. Messrs. J. K. Baker and A. F. ited from last Saturday until Mon- for her homo in North Carolina tho Scruggs, Insuranco men, bought Mr, day by their frlonds, Messrs. Arthur latter pari of last week. Mr. Arthur Marler, of tho Beroa H. G. Woolfs agencies for several and Wm. Lamers and the Misses fire insurance companies tho first of Ethel and Zelda Hnrlly of Cincin- College Printing Ofllco spent Sunday the month. Their office is on the nati. They spent a very delightful with homefolks near Mt. Vqrnon, corner of Main and Center streets, lime on Robes Mountain Saturday Ky. Word from Chas. McCall, of Iho Dr. Best left early in tho week lo night. Messrs. Alfred and Jack Wood of class of 101 1, now in school at the attend the National Denial Conven tion at Rochester, N. Y. He will be Wildie wero visiting in town last State University, Knoxvllle, says he is enjoying his work line. away aboul three weeks visiting his Saturday. Prof. Carl Hunt went to BurlingMrs. Frost, Miss Sinclair nnd homefolks in Massachusetts beforo Ii is return. Mrs. Best and the ton. Ky., Wednesday of last week in Cleveland Frost left for Owsley county last week, for a two months' children will visit witli her homo- - the interest of tho college. Mr. Wm Dean of Big Hill was vis- campaign in tho interest of Berea folks at Combs, Ky., while Dr. Best iting in town Saturday. Collego nnd Tho Citizen. is away. Mr. A. C. Webb of Dreyfus spent Tho Rev. S. C. Johnson and wife Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Golt, and Mr, are now in their field in Estill and Mrs. Strother Golt wero visiting Iho ilrst of the week in town. relatives near Lexington this week Mr. W. E. Anderson of Withers was a Berea visitor Monday of this week. Miss Margaret Mitchell was visit ing friends in Richmond last week Mr. W. O. Hays and family drovo over to Crab Orchard in their ma chine last Sunday. Messrs. Robinson and Gaslinean, stock men of Lancaster, passed thru Berea Saturday from Jackson Co, with a drove of 224 sheep. The best buggits in the world at 1 (ad) Welch's. Mr. Wm. Haley was in Richmond last Monday on business. 1-Several Berea people are attend 2 ing the Chautauqua at Richmond this week. 8 Every one should lake advantage of the sales now going on in town. Mr. Wm. M. Swope of Lexington was in town Tuesday of this week. Rev. H. L. McMurry preached on the lawn at Mr. Muncy's on Chest nut St., Sunday evening. He took his text from John 3:10. Rev. McMurry will preach at the Hickory Plains school house next Sunday morning and at Mr. Munoy's again m the evening. Mr. Jas. C. Bowman left last Sat urday morning for West Virginia by way of Mt. Sterling and Ashland, Ky. He will spend about a month in West Virginia and Virginia in tho Several of tho young men and wo county interesting tho folks there interest of the college. S. B. Combs has three houses and men who are in ucrea mis sum- in Bcrca's ways and Tho Citizen's lots for sale on Cenler St. joining mer celebrated tho fourth by going good qualities. college properly. $1500 cash, (ad) on a picnic party to Anglin Falls. M. and Mrs. C. C. Rhodus wero visiting in Norton, Va., tho first of Mr. W. B. Harris spent the first All report a good time. WANTED of the week with his family on al once: Young men tho week. Big pay. Mr. Madison Combs spent the past for automobile business. Chestnut St. Mr. J. II. Jackson visited home- - Wc make you expert in ten weeks two weeks in Clay county. Mr. Dick Thacker and wife of Pay us after wo secure by mail. folks over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Early spent a you position. American Automobile Hamilton aro visiting tho former's (ad) parents in town this week. very delightful day in Lexington Institute, Los Angeles, Cal. Messrs. Earl and Morris Phillips witli friends. While there thoy at Mr. Edgar Wyatt of Richmond tended the National Encampment at of Wildie visited friends In Berea spent the first of the weok in BeSaturday night. Blue Grass Park. rea. Mr. Sellew Roberts, son of Dr. and Mr. A. J. Smith was at home over Misses Bcttie and Mabel Lewis Sunday. Mrs. Roberts, received tho degree of left Wednesday for a two weeks visMiss Jesse Smith of tho E. K. S. N. Master of Arts at Chicago Universi it with their brothers in Chagrin of Richmond visited at home tho ty in June for graduate work in rails, Ohio. U. S. History prosecuted at Cornell first of tho week. When tho days' work is done our Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dunn of Whiles and the University of Chicago. He is minds crave for something. What Station visited with the latler's engaged to teach history at Boise, is it? Tho Citizon. parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Robin- Idaho, at a salary of ?I200. Mr. Hnrry Coddington nnd Miss son, Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Todd, Mr. and Miss Priscilla Harris of Indiana Mrs. G. B. Todd and Mr. Jim Todd Ruth Todd who wero married last after visi'ing for a few days at the and family spent tho fourth at week, after spending several very delightful days at tho bungalo on homo of Wm. Jackson returned to Slate Lick Springs. Miss Estella Bicknell of Richmond Hurdelto's Mountain, loft yesterday her homo Inst Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Porter of spent tho week's end with her par- on tho afternoon train for Roanoke, Va., where they will mnko their Lexington came down Saturday for ents on Chestnut St. a visit with Berea friends. Mr. Miss Berta Mitchell who is taking homo. Praises como from all directions Porter returned Sunday. Mrs. Port- a two years course in nursing at tho You know why? er will remain in Berea for a few Good Samaritan Hospital at Lexing to The Citizen. days. ton is visiting this week with her Viu cant afford to bo a knocker. Mrs. Nancy Vcalch of Lexington mother, Mrs. Minnlo Mitchell near is visiting at tho homo of her broth- Berea. LOST OR STOLEN er, Mr. Fayette Vaughn, this sumMiss Lcota Mason of Whites Sta An inner tube of automobilo tiro. mer. tion was visiting in Berea Saturday. Finder will ho rewarded on return Miss Bess Vaughn began her Mr. Estill Jones of Danville was in lug samo lo James W. Stephens, Berea. (ad) Main Street .... Berea, Kentucky SALE .sIBBBBBBBbCEBsBbbA mFm Millinery, Ribbons, Laces, Over- laces, Silks, Flowers and Fancy ( e i Feathers. Crr fish's Main and CmnUr SU Btrta, Ky. EYE OPENERS Gold Medal Flour, per sack 65c Gal. Fruit Jars, per doz. 60c Clean Easy Soap bars 25c LEMONADE S LEMONS AND SUGAR AT I 3 JOE W. STEPHENS LEMONADE Clearance Sale On All Goods AT B. E BELUE & COMPANY Richmond, Kentucky THE Clearance Sale AT HAYES & GOTFS CLOSES SATURDAY, JULY 11th MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE right in The Citizen is just in receipt of a communication from Miss Louise Froy, in which sho states that sho leaves Zurich, Switzerland, where sho has been studying the past year, for her homo at Liberty, Ky., July iOth. Miss Froyi is a very Interest the near future. see CLARKSTON MAIN STR'EET.iNear Bank R Deering Mowing Machines and Rakes PEACHES ARE RIPE Peaches requiro quick handling. Wo wnnt to givo local people first (Chance. Friduy wo begin shipping in largo lots to tho Lexington market. If you will givo mo your order early wo will bo glud to fill samo at $1.50 per lui. (ad) Win. Jesso Baird. You can save from 10 to 50 cents on every dollars worth of goods you buy from us this week. See circulars for particulars, come, make us prove what we say. HAYES & GOTT "TAeCati Store" Berea Kentucky July P, 10H. TI1K cmoM Pace Five. CryttaliteJ energy tloreJ for futnrt utt that il what a laving! account really it, When In Act of Computing Destroyer Rockefeller Wai In Peril Da. tactlvea Reaffirm. Now York. In tho ruins of the Lexington avenue tenement house, wrecked by tho prematura explosion of a powerful bomb which killed Arthur Caron and Ave other persons, tho authorities found evidence that Carson's npartmcnt was a center for the distriliterature, bution of Inflammatory which wns printed there, and that at the tlmo of the explosion It was a bomb factory, filled with tho Ingredients of death-dealin- WAYS TO SAVE Just suppose your salary wai cut $10 ihlt month. Your expenses would have to be reilnreii that amount. The lent would be the seme, likewise the cost of food and living, but lomewhert In your Incidental expenses, (the mall amounts that slip away so easily) there would have to be a readjust ment. liy a timfle readjustment in your monthly expentet, flitting a limit on your "ifrntiin money," yon can tave flO a month. That amount iltfotit' tii regulary in thlt bani, with the 4'jt eomfonnJ inttrrst we allow, will amonnt in one year to ftti..1(). It is worth the effort on your part we help you. COLUMBUS BUGGIES and MOGULL WAGONS Are the late arrivals which add two more members to the big family-Ameri- can Fence, Oliver Chilled Plows, Foster Rangers and V. C. Fertilizers. Sold exclusively by missiles. Berea Bank & Trust Co. Main Street, Berea, Kentucky L0N0-J0HNS0STEGER-R0BIN30- N N Mr. Samuel Long and Kathcrino At llio farewell senior dinner In thu College Dining Hall, Trustee litters announced thai ho had noticed n "IVrvnsivo influence" In Hie KrniltiatlnK clays. So far as wo know tho Ural to yield to its slow lint "fatal" Inllu-enwero Carter II. Ilobinson and Those two young Mario Sieger. people wero married on Hie evening of July Mil at the homo of tho brldo in l'rodonia. N. Y. thirty-fiv- e Thorn wero about friends and relatives present and tho occasion was n very delightful one. Mr. Thomas Pentecost or Dunkirk, N. Y., was best man and Miss Kmma Sieger, sister to the brldo, was maid of honor. Tho Ilev. W. K. Benton, Rector of tho Kpisropa! Church in I'redonia, performed tho ceremony. Tho decorations were very artistically executed. Tho bride's tablo was encircled with asparagus ferns, in tho center of which was a largo bouquet of Itermuda lilies. The same evening the young people left for Chautauqua, N. Y., where they will remain two weeks; thence they will go back to Fredonia for a while and from Ihero to Detroit where Mr. Ilobinson will bo in Ihe Educational Department of the City Y. M. 0. A. co ed UNION CHURCH NEWS Sun- Tho pastor will preach next day. Tho Dodge Houso corner lot was secured for a new church by tho vote of the church last Thursday night to accept the proposal of the trustees of Ihe College for exchange of the lot now occupied by tho Parish House for a lot 175x100 ft. on tho Dodge House corner. A successful all day meeting was held at Hlue Lick under the direcn. tion of Robt. Kdwards. Prof. Dr. Kditor Wertenberger, Roberts were the speakers. Pcn-nima- Johnson wero married, Thursday, Juno 2o, by Pres. Frost at tho President's Houso in tho presence of a few inllmalo friends. Mr. Long is tho son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Long, formerly of Owsley county, who now reside on Boono St. Mr. Long graduated from tho Academy department hero last year, and will continue his school work During in tho College next year. the summer months ho has employment with tho College Printing Department. Miss Johnson was from Cincinnati. She attended school hero for somo time until last year, completing a .'course in Domestic Science and three years of Academy work. Last year she attended tho K. K. S. N. at Richmond. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Long, congratulate them and wish them long lives of happiness and usefulness. VISIT BEREA Mrs. Fannie Casseday Duncan who is connected with the Editorial Staff of the Louisville Post, and tho Farm and Home Journal and Miss Ruby Addison Henry, teacher of Commercial Geography, also lecturer on Geography of F.uropc, visited Berea yesterday and today. Both of tho ladies wero deeply Impressed with tho great work of Berea. Mrs. Duncan is the author or a book entitled "Tho Making of Louisville." She is donating one of tho books to tho College Library. PARKS-BLAZE- printing press, revolutionary pamphlets and circulars, an electric dynamo, two electric batteries, cartridges and bits of steel were among the articles uncovered. That a demonstration, halted by tho bungling of somo one who was preparing an Infernal mochlno for Its mission, was planned against possibly the entire Rockefeller family In Tarry-towIs tho theory upon which the authorities are working. Two of those killed In tho wrecked apartment wero prominent agitators who were to bo placed on trial a Tar rytown on charges of disorderly conduct In connection with tho campaign of demonstration inaugurated against John D. Rockefeller, Jr., as a protest against his attitude In the Colorado coal mine strike. Tho body of the fifth victim of the explosion was found. It was that of Charles Berg, known In Industrial Workers of the World circles as "the big Swede," an associate of Carson. Two other victims were Charles Han-aoand Mary Claves. The woman lived in an apartment next to the one occupied by Caron and bis associate. A small R. H. CHRISMAN "The Furniture Maa" Chestnut Street - ALLEGED FAKE DANKRUPTY RING New York, N. Y. Members of the Berea. Kentucky R No great amount of surprise was created when on last Monday a week ago the news came to Berea from Richmond that Mr. Chester Parks and Miss Floy Blazer wero Mr. Hernilon. Dint. S. S. Supt. and Prof. Robertson, County S. S. Supt., visited Harts last Sunday in tho interest of Sunday school work. An increased altendanco greeted Mrs. Roberts' return. Kvery well member of the Union Church in town is expected to be at the Union Church next Sunday morning. ANNOUNCEMENT Rev. II. F. Petty, from Louisville, will assist mo in a meeting at tho Valley View Baptist Church, beginning July 13th. On tho following Sunday, July 19th, tho church at Valley View will be dedicated to the Lord. Dr. W. D. Powell will preach tho dedicatory sermon at eleven o'clock. Tho services will last all day. Thoro will bo dinner on tho ground and a largo crowd Is expected. Homo and bring your friends, praying God's richest blessings upon us. Dwight II. Willett, Pastor, Valley View Baptist Church. Taking tho fast train married. from there they went to Lexington and for tho last several days until Tuesday they have motored to various places thruout the state. They are spending most of this week at the home of the bride in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Mr. Parks is a very promising young business man of the town and is tho son of one of Madison county's most prosperous farmers. Miss Blazer, the daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. S. K. Blazer of Yellow Springs, Ohio, who are remembered by Berea friends as former residents here, is a very attractive and accomplished young lady. Miss Blazer has had charge Of the ladies' department of Welch's dry goods store for tho past year. Mr. and Mrs. Parks will return to Berea next Sunday to mako their home. Upon their arrival they are assured of a most hearty welcome by I heir many friends. DOUBLE HEADER Everything a Man Needs $1 Complete Shaving Outfit $1 10 Article! 10 The Berea baseball team and tho While's Station team played two games of baseball on the main athletic Held last Saturday, July 4th, one in tho forenoon and 0110 in tho afternoon. Both games wero well played and hotly contested. Tho Berea team won in the morning game by a scoro'cf 10 to 7, and lost the evening game by one score; the score being 8 to 7 in favor of Whito's Station. The Berea team plays Lancaster next Saturday at Point Level In flarrard county. Following is a financial statement of tho Berea Base Ball Club. 9 30.00 Uniforms Base Balls 1050 2.00 2.00 2.30 1.00 3.00 2.00 1.85 To advertise our Universal Sharing Mask Outfit and Universal Products we will Players F.xpcnso for a limited lime only, lend tlili well Ingredients for Ico Cream worth $3.00 Shaving Outfit fur f 1.00. Borrowed Cash (Chango) We aril our product! to the consumer direct and therefore vou save all agents' Cakes profits which as roil know are very large, Rental of Tables and Chairs... I Hollow (1 round Kaior. Printing 1 5'lnch Luther llrut.li. Work on Ball. Field 1 Kaior Strop, Canvas Hack Rope 1 NlcUle Kasel Hack Mirror 1 1 1 50 53 $55.75 $20.30 28.00 2.80 .01 h HarU-- r Subscriptions t Decorated China Mug, Receipts, Cream Supper 1 Aluminum Barber Comb. and (lames 1 llrlitle Hair Brush. Kach outfit packed in neat box ft. 00 Credits on Accounts Coin or Money Order, postage 10c extra. Balance in Bank liar Shaving Soup. Hot Talcum Powder. Towell. UNIVERSAL PRODUCTS CO. Dayton, Ohio There is still a debt of 5Ul f 1.01. (Signed) Clinton Early, Mgr. alleged take bankruptcy ring, against whom half a dozen Indictments 00 charges of conspiracy are pending In SOCIETY AND POLITICS. .ami outs of lue great game; to the United States court, wilt be In. mingle freely and on equal terms dieted again, It Is said by the district Women In England Whe Play One with the men in whose hands lie attorney, this time for smuggling. The Gam Must Play the Other. the destinies of the British empire; United States attorney's office, In It Tho ordinary American girl, to be their conlidante, their adviser Inquiry Into the affaire of the bankespecially of the cluss that marries and their eneourager; to "manage" rupt Arm of Joseph Samuels & Son into the English aristocracy, has them with the kind of deftness that and allied concerns, has developed, It Is charged, proof of a scheme whereby been brought up to look upon poli- only feminine diplomacy can members of the ring brought diatics as a vulgar, incomprehensible, achieve; to bring all her mental monds valued at hundreds of thou masculine concern, with which she and social resources to the task of sands of dollars Into the United Statet need only trouble herself when she forwarding the political fortunes duty free by hiding them In bolts ol of tho man in whom she is interestcloth. As the duty on unmounted dia- PAYS TO HAVE DEFINITE PLAN happens to be visiting in Washington. But in England politics and ed; to take part in great decisions monds la 20 per cent, the savings to society are inextricable. Practical- and the formation or guidance of the gang ran Into the tens of thouCevnmlttse of Experts en th Laying ly all the leaders of the great world momentous policies; to help in dissands. Osrt of Cltlea QIvm Cenotei-eio- n are either themselves prominent in entangling the personal clashes and Arrived At. KILLED. LION8 ARE THREE the house of commons or the house antagonisms that lie at the root of lords or are intimately related to of most political crises all this A state-wid- e meeting of those later-ste- d Denver, Colo. Alvln II. Colter, an In the moral and material wee-t- the men who are. Their wives and furnishes a clever Englishwoman Illinois tourist, whose home li neat of their bom cities was recently daughters are thus committed from with an absorbing, permanent and Chicago, arrived In Georgetown, 57 Sydney many sided avocation. miles west of Denver, barely able te held at Philadelphia, Bammed up, tfcs the beginning to a personal interdrag himself along, as the result of a couetuuu of opinion wm sus follows: est in the topics and intrigues of Brooks in Harper's Magazine 'Tint. It really dots pay to Mari- the. day. However high their pobattls) with three mountain lions. Cosition in society, it is not and never lter each year spends several month! no Immediate Mies for the ftttars. "Second. It roally doe pay to ms can be so high as to remove them Practical People. In the mountains. He always Is pre A tourist found himself In a German pared for game of all kinds. Coltei rifle immediate proa pec ta for awatat-result- above the sphere of politics. Their by seWn village far out of the beaten track of In the beglnnlnc killed the first animal, just as II male belongings are sure to be playsprang upon his shoulders, with hli Iota twlee m large for leu than twto ers in the game, and they them- bis kind. There was, bowerer, a linden tree in the village square. The hunting knife. He dispatched the sec- m much money. selves nre sure to be something tree was plastered over with advertise"Third. It does py to keep ond beast after a battle lasting' 20 miny ments like this: "Get Your House Furmore than spectators. utes. When the third one bounded to- will of your purchasers, or en at a eacrtno. Car their Practically all Englishwomen of nishings at Ober's," "Engagement ward him he shot It. a Marvelous Selection la essential at title are born into politics, hear Rings Ttxirth. It para to control yor sit- politics discussed at their dinner Llebllng's, the Watchmaker and JewelIS DIE WHEN LAUNCH CAPSIZES. er," "Kitchen Uteuslls at Mullert," uation, ao that you will get th ac- table intermittently and meet day "Just tho Place For Your Wedding Seattle. Wash. Fifteen persons crued benefit of your own work. tho men to whom politics Breakfast-t- be Little Dining Boom In "Fifth. It really doe pay to spend by day were drowned when the gasoline is life. The tradition of playing a the Post Hotel," and so forth. launch Superb capsized In the Lynn more money upon th beautiful thing. part in the government of their stranger read the advertisements Tho at"Sixth. It really does pay to have canal, Alaska, according to advices re retard for a city plan aa a whole U country runs through all that is tentively. 23 pascelved. The launch, carrying "And why," asked he, turning to a best in English society, and a wosengers, all residents of Skagway, wai every plat you file. "Seventh. And, In proportion to th man who is born or has married villager who stood by, "why Is this linproceeding from Skagway to Juneau, alte of your den used as a billboard?" where a Fourth of July celebration power of yourcity and th absorblnc into it and has the intelligence to "Simplest thing In tho world," remarket, it doe pay to realize its possibilities soon finds was to be held. The boat was but 400 look plied the villager. "All the courting n ahead and provide that your yards from the shore when It capsized of the city shall permanently re- herself in possession of a hobby couples come here and cut their names In the heavy gale blowing. Two of the main infinitely more engrossing than any In the bark of this tree. There right available tor th particular survivors succeeded In swimming tc acter of residence property you char- ordinary social diversion. before them are the addresses of the select, shore, but the other six clung to the and so bind your own To form a salon and to become very people they'll need to set 'em up self, before you In housekeeping once they decide to overturned crafe until rescued. bind your purehMer, thai your restric- known as a political hostess; to folget married.' New York Post. tions must live. low, with cmiirehension the ins AQENT "Eighth. It surely per to us. In BOUND AND GAGGED. such a development, th services of a competent and Interested landscape Chicago. Three masked bandits the Chicago, Milwaukee and St engineer a real 'city planner.' " Paul railroad ticket office at Western and Austin avenues, bound and gag- ALLOWS BILLBOARDS TO STAY No. 841s ged Ticket Agent Harry Nelson, blew open the safe, secured $2,000 and made Decision of Wisconsin Court Prevents Report of the condition of THE BEREA NATIONAL BANK, at their escape. City Doing Away With Berea in the State of Kentucky, at the close of business, June 30, 1014. Stmcturea. RESOURCES ROOSEVELT IN PITTSBURG The circuit court of Milwaukee coun- Loans and Discounts 147,736.70 ty, Wisconsin, has recently rendered Overdrafts, secured and unsecured (Continued from First Pago) 1 120.89 a decision that constitute at least a U. S. Bonds to secure Circulation under rest might hope for a restor25,000.00 temporary setback to the cleaner city ation to former vigoiv That Col. Banking House, Furniture, and Fixtures 6,500.00 Roosevelt is still a forco in tho po- movement In that Jurisdiction. A city Other Real Estate owned 3,000.00 ordinance provided that no billboard litical life of tho nation may bo should be put up or 22,533.20 maintained unless, Due from approved Reserve Agents conllilentjy asserted) .'. among other requirements, it be placed Checks and other Cash Items 253.01 B. II. Roberts. back from the lot line or line of a Notes of other National Bank 2,145.00 navigable waterway a distance equal Fractional Paper Currency, Niokles and Cents 234.01 to Its height, and be at least three feet Lawful Monet Reserve in Bank viz: WANTED TEACHERS away, at each end, from other strucSpecie 0,054.85 Thoro aro hundreds of good posi- ture or The Legal-tende- r notes 1,075.00 10,720.85 tions waiting for you now in 'the that th obstructions. any court held evidence of danger from of circulation).. Wo havo more positions billboards did not Justify any such re- Redemption fund with U. S, Treasurer (5 1,250.00 South. than we havo teaohors. Enroll with strictions, especially in view of Ua us and let us give you one. II means fact that the ordinance required a 210,511.65 Total apace of from two to three feet to better pay and lighter work. LIABILITIES be left below the billboard; that sue, Mullins Teachers' Agenoy, a requirement being an reasonable ren- Capital stock paid in 25,000.00 (ad) London, Ky. dered the entire ordinance void. Surplus fund 25,000.00 The decision mentions the posasMV Undivided Profits, less Expenses and Taxes paid 4,000.06 tty of the exteaslon of the police powSELLS FARM MACHINERY 25,000.00 er to the promotion of purely a est hot National Bank Notes outstanding I am an agent for tho Waller A. 140,301.00 to objects on the ground of the getter! Individual deposits subject to check Wood M. & R. M. Co. mowing maCertified check 200.00 good of the community but apparentchines, rakes, diso and tooth har- ly does not consider such as T'wiifrf rows, grain drills, wagons, elo. Call a proper on. Bscaaag. Total 210,511.65 and soo samples and get my prices. State of Kentucky, Couuty of Madison, ; L. B. Brower, Goad Tim Lost. I, J. L. Qay, Cashier of the above-namebank, do solemnly swear (ad) Sturgeon, Ky. "Why do you Insist upon having the that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief, blggent piece of pie. Harry?" usked the J. L. Qay, Cashier. Mr. Business Man: Thcro is no mother of a small boy. "Isn't your Correct Attest: J. W. Fowler, John V. Welch, D. N. Welch, Director. older brother entitled to It)" uso in arguing that il does not pay Subscribed and sworn to before ma Ibis 7th day of July, 1014. "No, be Isn't," replied the little felto ndverliso in Tho Citizen. By Its low. "Ho was eating pie two years H. C. Woolf, Notary Public. fruit a tree is known. before I was born." Chicago News. My oommissioa expires Maroh 3, 1018. ar s 0004 snoa-etar- sec-tlo- The Berea National Bank ty Pago Sir THK CITIZEN. July There were cattlemen, still wearing their boots and overalls, the better to attend to tholr shipping; mining men, Just as they had come from tho hills; and others more elegantly dressed but they all had a nod for Henry Kru ger. Ho was a man of mark, as Bud could are In a minute; but if he had other business with thoso who hailed him ho let It pass and took out a rank brlor plpo, whlrh ho puffed while Bud smoked a cigarette They were sitting togothor In a friendly silence when Phil camo out ot tho dining room, but as ho drew near tho old man nodded to Bud and went over to speak to tho clerk. "Who was thot old tlmor you were talking to?" Inquired Phil, as he sank down In tho vacant chair. "Look llko with him, don't it?" "Uni," gruntrd Hud; "reckon It is. Name's Krugor." "What tho mining man?" 0, 1014. The Land of Broken Promises COOLIDGE By DANE A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution itory of border Mexico, vlvti, Interne, luch a ha never before been written, la thlat one of American adventurer Into the land of manana. Texan, mining engineer, 8pantah aenor and tenorlta, peon, Indian, crowd It chapter with clear-cu- t word picture of butl-nadventure and love, against a somber background of wretched marching and counterarmle marching acroi a land racked by revolution and without a savior. A THE FIGHTING FOOL," "HIDDEN WATERS," "THE TEXICAN," Elc Author of she lays between shalo and porphyry."! His ryes spnrklod a ho carefully' replaced the specimen, and then ho looked up at Bud. "I'll lot you In on that" ho snid,( "half and half or I'll pay two hundred dollars a month and a bonue. You alonn. Now how about It?" For n moment Hooker looked at him as If to read his thought, then ho' shook his head and exhaled hi smoke Illustrations by DON J. LAVIN (Coord tit 191. by Frank A. Manwy.l regretfully. "Nope." he said. "Me and Phil are Wo work together." "I'll give you throo hundrodl" cried Kmger, half rising In his chair. "Nopo," grunted Ilud, "we're pard-- i nors." pardner. "Here," called Bud, coming to an in"That's It" returned Kruger signifistant conclusion, "give 'lm his sand- cantly; "this Job I're got calls for a wich; I'll pay for it!" man like that" "All right," onwered the waiter, who "Well, Phil's all right." spoke up was no other than Sunny Jim, the pro- Hud, with sudden warmth. "Wo been prietor, and, whisking up a sandwich pardners for two yoars now and he from the sideboard, ho set It before norer give nothing away yotl He the old man, who glanced at him In talks, but ho don't forget himself. And silence. For a fraction ot a second he the way he can palaver them Mexicans regarded the sandwich apathotlcatly; Is a wondor." "Very likely, very likely," agreed then, with the aid ot his coffee, he made away with it and slipped down Kruger, and thon be sat a while In off his stool. silence. "Say," observed tho proprietor, as "We got a few thousand dollars with only nodded and smiled. Bud was paying his bill, "do yoj know us, too," volunteered Bud at last "I'm They took a turn or two up the who that was?" a good worker, If that's what you want Inquired Bud, street, now drifting into some clamor"What and Phil, he's a mining engineer." CHAPTER I. "Um-ra,- " ous saloon, now standing at gaze on who had forgotten his brusk benefacgrunted Kruger, tugging at the sidewalk; and as the drinks began tion. his beard, but he did not come out winter' sun rose to work, the little man became more The "Why, that old feller that you treat- with his proposal. coldly, tar to the south, riding up and moro animated, the big man more ed to the sandwich." "I toll you," he said at last "I'm Sierras and more amiable in his assent and from behind the "Oh him Some old drunk around not doing much talking about this of Mexico to throw a sllrery halo on silence. town?" hazarded Bud. proposition of mine. It's a big thing, Gadsden, the border city. A hundred "Well, he's that too," conceded and somebody might beat me to It Then they passed the crowd of refumiles of desert lay In Its path a waste gees they stopped and listened, com- Sunny Jim, with a smile. "But lemme what of broken ridges, dry arroyos. and menting on the various opinions by an tell you, pardner, it you had ha the You know some I am, I guess. I've off sandy plains and then suddenly, as exchange ot knowing smiles. An old rocks that old boy's got you wouldn't pulledcountry of the biggest deals In this for a poor man, and I If by magic, the city roso gleaming In prospector, whlto-halreand tanned to need to punch any more cows. That's don't make many mistakes not about the sun. a tropic brown. Anally turned upon a Henry Kruger, the man that Just sold mineral, anyway. And when I tell you It was a big city, for the West, and presumptuous optimist mine for fifty thousand that this little the Cross-Cu- t rich you'ro talking with a swarming with trafllo and men. Us man nodded approvingly and the heard cask, and he's got more besides." as be man that knows." broad main street, lined with brick him express his views. "Huh!" grunted Bud, "he sure don't He fixed his shrewd, blue eyes on buildings and throbbing with automo"You can say what you please," the Vook It! Say, why didn't you put me the young man's open countenance biles, ran from the railroad straight to prospector ended, "but I'm going to wise? Now I've got to bunt him up and waited for him to speak. the south until, at a ltne, it stopped keep out of that country. I've knowed and apologize." "That's right" he continued, as Bud short and was lost in the desert thirty years now "Oh, that's all right." assured the finally nodded Mexicans "she's That line which marked the sudden tbem I'm telling for you they're gluing proprietor; "he won't take any offense. sure rich. I've had an eye on this and end of growth and progress was the treacherous. It don't do no good to That's Just like old Henry he's kinder proposition for years Just waiting tor border of the United States; the desert have your gun with you they'll shoot queer that way." the right time to come. And now It's was Mexico. And the difference was you behind a rock and if they "Well, I'll go and see him, anyway," come! All I need the man. It not In the land, but in the government can't from you way, they'll knife said Bud. "He might think I was ain't a dangerous undertaking leastgit that As the morning air grow warm and you your sleep. butting In." in wise I don't think it Is but I got to the hoar frost dripped down from the And then, going about his duty with have somebody I can trust I'm willing "I've noticed a big change In them roofs the Idlers of the town crept philosophical calm, he ambled off, e on. to pay you good wages, or I'll let you forth, tearing chill lodgings and stale palsanos since this war comethey down the street used in on the deal but youll have to go saloons for the street corners and the to Madero made his break be scared ot Americans thought If down Into Mexico." sun. "No thin' doing!" responded Bud CHAPTER II. Against the dead wall of a big store they killed one ot ue the rest would up. What with Instant decision. "It it's in Arithe Mexicans gathered in shirerlng cross the border and eat 'em groups, their blankets wrapped around few times they did tackle a white man It was not difficult to find Henry zona 111 talk to you, but no more Mextheir necks and their brown ankles he generally give a good account of Kruger In Gadsden. The barkeepers, ico for me. I've got something pretty bare to the wind. On another corner himself, too, and I've traveled them those efficient purveyors of informa- good down there myself, as far as that knowa bunch of cowboys stood clannUhly trails for year without hardlyot any- tion and drinks, knew blm as they goes." "What's the matter?" Inquired Kruknew their thumbs, and a casual round aloof, eying the passing crowd for oth- ing what it was to be afraid body; but I tell you it's entirely dif- ot the saloons soon located blm In the ger, set back by the abrupt refusal; ers of their kind. "cared?" In this dun stream which flowed ferent over there now." back room ot the Waldorf. "Sure! That's right!" spoke up tae "Yes, I'm scared," admitted Bud, "Say," began Bud, walking bluffly under the morning sun there were minup to him, "the proprietor ot that res- and he challenged the old man with ing men, with boots and little man, with spirit "You're talkbulging pockets; gray beards, with the ing more sense than any man on the taurant back there tells me I mads a bis eyes. "Must hare had a little trouble, gossip of the town In their cheeks; street I guess I ought to know I've then?" hoboes, still wearing their eastern been down there and through It all "Well, you might call It that" agreed caps and still rustling for a quarter to and It's got so now that you can't trust Bud. "We been on the dodge for a refugees and sol- any of 'em. My pardner and I came eat on; somber-eyemonth. A bunch ot revoltosos tried to diers of fortune from Mexico but clear from the Sierra Madres, riding get our treasure, and when we skipped Idlers all, and each seeking his class nights, and we come pretty near knowinghey, Bud?" out on 'em they tried to get us." and kind. "That's right," observed Bud, the "Well." continued Kruger, "this If any women passed that way they big man, with a reminiscent grin, "I proposition ot mine is different You walked fast, looking neither to the was over In the Sierra Madres, where right nor to the left; for they, too, be- begin to think them fellers would get sbbbbhsb-bbHvfirl Isanti lI the natives are bad. These Sonora SBBBBbI 111 BBS ing so few, missed their class and us, for a while!" "Mining men?" Inquired the old Mexicans ain't like them Chihuahua kind. fellers they're Americanized. I'll tell Gadsden had become a city of men. prospector politely. "Working on a lease," said the little you. If It wasn't that the people would and powerful and with a man briefly. "Owner got scared out know me I'd go down after this mine questing look In their eyes; & city of myself. The country's perfectly quiet adventurers gathered from the ends of and let us In on shares. But no more There's lots of Americans down there the world. A common calamity had for muh this will bold me for quite yet, and they don't even know there Is driven them from their mines and a while, I can tefl you!" "Here, too," agreed the big man, a revolution. It ain't far from the railranches and glutted the town with road, you see, and that make a lot ot men, for the war was on in Mexico turning to go. "Arizona Is good enough difference." and from the farthermost corners of tor me come on, Phil!" "Where to?" The little man drew Ho lowered his voice to a confiSonora they still came, hot from some dential whisper aa he revealed the apnew scene of murder and pillage, to back halt resentfully, and then he I changed his mind. "All right" he said, proximate locality of hi bonanza, but add to the general discontent. Bud remained unimpressed. As the day wore on the crowd on falling into step, "a gin flzz for mine!" I "Not on an empty stomach," ad-- I "Yes," he said, "we was near a railthe bank corner, where the refugees monlehed his pardner; "you might get road the Northwestern and seemed made their stand, changed Us comup and tell somebody all you know. plexion, grew big, and stretched far up lit did nothing else like them but burn bridges and ditch aupply the street Men stood in shifting How about something to eat?" "Good! But where 're you going?" groups, talking, arguing, gazing moodtrains. When they finally whipped 'em The big man was leading off down a off the whole bunch took to the hills. ily at those who passed. That's where we got It again." Here were hawk-eyeTexas cattle- side street, and once more they came to a halt d "Well," argued Kruger, "this men, thinking of their scattered herd "W All of Us Make Our Mistake." " "Jim's place It's a of ours Is all right and they run at Mababl or El Tigre; mining men, with idle prospects and deserted mines he explained laconically. "The hotel's mistake when I Insisted on paying for a train over It every day. The conall right, and maybe that was a break- your meal. I Jest wanted to let you centrator at Fortuna" he lowered his as far south as the Rio Yaqul; voice again "hasn't been shut down a ranchers and men of trades; all fast we got but I get hungry waiting know " "Ob, that's all right young man," day, and you'll be within fifteen miles driven In from below the line and all that way. Gimme a chafing at the leash. While a hundred where I can wrop my legs around a returned Old Henry, looking up with ot that town. No." he whispered; "I petty chiefs stood out against Madero stool and watch the cook turn 'em a humorous smile; "we all ot us make could get a hundred Americans to go and lived by ransom and loot, they over. Come on I been there before." our mistakes. I knowed you didn't in on this tomorrow, as tar's the revoAn expression ot pitying tolerance mean no offense and so I never took lution's concerned. It ain't dangerous, must cool their heels In Gadsden and came over the little man'B face as be none. Fact Is, I liked you all the bet- but I want somebody I can trust" wait tor the end to come. "Nope," pronounced Bud, rising ponInto this seething mass of the dis- listened to this rhapsody on the quick ter for it This country la getting settled up with a class ot people that derously to his feet; "If It waa this possessed, many of whom had lost a lunch, but he drew away reluctantly. "Aw, come on, Bud," he pleaded. never give a nickel to nobody. You side the Una I'd stay with you till the fortune by the war, thero came two more, with their faces still drawn and "Have a little class! What's the use paid for that meal like it was nothing, hair slipped, on anything, but " "Well, let's talk It over again some red from hard riding through the cold. ot winning a stake If you've got to eat ani never so much as looked at me. And besides say, that Sit down, sit down I want to talk to time," urged Kruger, following him They stepped forth from the marble at a along out "It ain't often I get took entrance of the big hotel and swung was a peach ot a girl that waited on you!" us this morning! Did you notice her They sat down by the store and fell with a young feller the way I was with off down the street to Bee the town. They walked slowly, gazing Into the hair? She was a pippin!" into a friendly conversation in which you, and I believe we can make It yet The big man waggled his hand re- nothing more was said of the late In- Where ire you staying In town?" strange faces in the vague hope ot "Up at the Cochise," said Bud. finding some friend; and Gadsden, not signedly and started on his way. advertence, but when Bud rose to go "All right, pardner," he observed; the old man beckoned him back. "Come on with me I told my pardner to be outdone, looked them over curiously and wondered whence they had "It that's the deal she's probably look"Hold on," he protested; "don't go I'd meet him there." ing for you. I'll meet you in the room." off mad. I want to have a talk with They turned up the broad main come. "Aw, come on!" urged the other, but you on business. You seem to be a street and passed In through the polThe bunch ot cowboys, etlll loitering on the corner, glanced scornfully at his heart was not in it, and he turned pretty good young fellow maybe we ished stone portals of the Cochise, a can make somo dicker. What are you hotel so spacious in Its Interior and so the smaller man, who sportod a pair gaily away up the main street richly appointed in Its furnishings that ot puttees and then at the big man's Lett to himself, the big man went on looking tor In these parts?" "Well," responded Bud, "some kind a New Yorker, waking up there, might where he ordered feet Finding them encased in pros- to bis pector's shoes they stared dumbly at oysters, "A dozen In the milk." Then of a leasing proposition, I reckon. Me easily imagine himself on Fifth avebis faco and muttered he ordered a beefsteak, to make up and my pardner jest come In from nue. among themselves. for several he had missed, and asked Mexico, over near the Chihuahua line, It was hardly a place to be looked He was tall, and broad across the the cook to fry it rare. He was Just and we don't hardly know what ws for In the West and as Bud led the way across the echoing lobby to a pair shoulders, with fareeelng blue eyes negotiating for a can of pears that bad do want yet" "Yes, I've noticed that pardner ol of stuffed chairs he had a vague feeland a mop ot light hair; and he walked caught his eyo when an old man came swaying from In and took the stool beside him, pick- yours," remarked Henry Kruger dryly. ing ot being In church. Stained-glason his toes, his hips like a man on horseback. The ing up tho menu with trembling hand. "He's a great talker. I was listening windows above the winding stairways "dive mo a cup ot coffee," he said to to you boys out on the street there, let In a soft light, and on tho towerrumble of comment rose up again as be racked past and then a cowboy the waiter, "and" he gazed at the bill having nothing else to do much, and : ing pillars ot marble were emblazoned being kinder on the lookout for a man, prickly-pearaa an emblem of the of fare carefully "and a roast-bee- t voice observed: No, Just the coffee!" be anyway, and it struck ma I liked your West From the darkened balconies sandwich. "I'll bet ye he's a women looked down The big man looked back at them corrected, and at that Dud gave him a line ot talk best" aboro, half-seemockingly out of the corner of his eye look. He was a small man, shabbily "You're easy satisfied, then," ob- curiously as they entered, and in the dressed and with scraggy whiskers, served Bud, with a frta. "I asrer said broad lobby below were gathered the and went on without a word. j pro parous citizen ot tae land. It 1 the boast of cowboys that they and bis nose was very red. a word hardly." e e, s r " slow-rollind 1 d 1 1 lie-farstiff-legge- d, high-laced d 1 huge-limbed d rail-roalunch-counter,mill-melunch-countedog-joint- ? lunch-countewind-burnestiff-legges s " n can tell another puncher at a glance, but thoy are not alono in this there are other crafts that leave their mark and other men as shrewd. A group of mining men took one look at the smaller man, noting the candlo-groason his corduroys and the Intelligence In his eyes; and to them the big man was no more than a laborer or a shift-bosat most and the little man was one of their kind. Every lino In his mobile face spoke of intellect and decision, and as they walked it was be who did tho talking while the big man "Iluht" snorted the mining man, ind flung away In disgust. But as ha' "That's right" "Well," exclaimed Phil, "what In the world was ho talking to you about?" "Oh, somo kind of a mining doal," grumbled Hud. "Wanted mo to go down Into Mexico!" "What'd you tell him?" challenged tho llttlo man, sitting up suddenly In his chair. "Say, that old boy's got rocks I" "He can keep 'em for all of me," observed liud comfortably. "You know what I think about Mexico." "Sure; but what was his pro position? What did he want you to do?" "Search me! He was mighty mysterious about It Said ho wanted a man he could trust" "Well, holy Moses, IludI" cried Phil, "wako upl Didn't you got his proposi"No, he wasn't talking about It. Said it was a good thing and he'd pay me well, or lot mo in on the deal; but sa Xs bbbbbsbbbbbbbbb i tion?" when he hollered Mexico I quit 1'vo got a plenty." "Yes, but " tho little man choked and could say no more. "Well, you're one jtm dandy business man. Bud Hooker I" be burst out at last "You'd Til Olvs You Thr Hundradl" Cried Krugar. "The country's perfectly quiet," put "Very well, then," resumed Kruger, In Kruger "perfectly quiet." "now to get down to buslnoas. This "Well, maybe so," qualified De Lan mine that I'm talking about Is located cey; "but when It comes to getting In down here In Sonora within three supplies" hours' ride of a big American camp. "Not a bit ot trouble In the world," It Isn't any old Spanish mine, or lost man crabbedly. "Not a padre layout; It's a said the old ledge bit" running three or four hundred dollars "Well," came back Do Lancey, to the ton and I know right where It what's the matter, then? What Is la, too. the proposition, anyway?" "What I want to do Is to establish Henry Kruger blinked and eyed blm tho title to It now, while this revoluIntently. tion Is going on, and make a bonanza "I've stated the proposition to Hook out ot It afterward. Ot course. If you er," be said, "and he refused it That's boys don't want to go back Into Mexenough, ain't It?" ico, that acttles It; but It you do go, De Lancoy laughed and turned away. and I let you In on the doal, you've got "Well, yes, I .guess it is." Then, In to see It through or I'll loe the whole) passing, he said to Bud: "Go ahead thing. So make up your minds, and and talk to blm." If you say you'll go, I want you to stick He walked away, lighting a cigarette to It!" and the and smiling "Well go, all right" spake up Do turned to Bud. Lancey, "It It's rich enough." "That's a smart man you've got for "How about you?" Inquired Krugor, a pardner," he remarked. "A smart turning Impatiently on Ilud; "will you man. You want to look out," he added. go?" 'or he'll get away with you." "Yea, I'll go," answered Bud sullen "Nope, said Bud. "You don't know ly. "But I ain't stuck on the Job," he htm like I do. He's straight as a die," added. "Jest about get It opened up "A man can be straight and still get when a bunch of robe! will Jump In away with you," observed the veteran and take everything we've got" shrewdly. "Yes, Indeed." Ho paused "Well, you get a tltlo to It and pay to let this bit ot wisdom sink In, and your taxes and you can come out. then be spoke again. thon," conceded Henry Krugor. "You'd better quit while you'ro "No," grumbled Hooker, "It I go I'll lucky," he suggested. "You quit and stay with It" He glanced at his pardcome with mo," he urged, "and It wo ner at this, but he, for one, did not strike It I'll make you a rich man. I seem to bo worried. don't need your pardner on this deal. Til try anything once!" he obI need Just one man that can keep bis served with a sprightly air, and Bud head shut. Listen now; I'll tell you grinned sardonically at tho what It Is. phrase. "Well," said Krugor, gazing Inquir"I know where there's a lost mine down In Mexico. If I'd tell you the ingly from one to the other, "Is It a name you'd know It In a minute, and go? Will you shako hands on It?" "What's the proposition?" broke la It's freo gold, too. Now there's a fellow that bod that land located for ton De Lancey eagerly. years, but he couldn't find the lead. "The deal Is between me and D'ye see? And when this second revo- Hooker," correctod Krugor. "I'll give lution camo on he let It go he neg- him three hundred a month, or an lected to pay his mining taxes and let equal share In Uie mine, oxponoes to It go back to the government And bo shared between us." now all I want la a quiet man to slip "Mako it equal shares," said Hookin and denounco that land and open er, holding out his hand, "and I'll give up the lead. Here, look at this!" halt of mine to Phil." "All right, my boy!" cried the old Ha went down into his pocket and brought out a buckskin sack, from man, suddenly clapping him on the n shoulder, JTU go you and you'll never which he handud over a piece of regret It," ho added significantly. quartz. "That's the rock." he said. "She Then, throwing oft the air of guarded runs four hundred dollars to the ton, secrecy which bad characterized his and the ledge Is eight Inchos wide be- actions so tar, ha sat down and beau tween tho walls. Nice ore, eh? An4 to talk. (Continued nozl wek) r well-worwell-wor- what's the matter?" demand ed Hooker defiantly. "Do you want to go back Into Mexico? Nor me, nottherl What you kicking about V "You might have led him on and anyway. got the scheme, Maybe there's a million In It Come on, let's go over and talk to him. I'd take a chance. It It waa good enough." "Aw, don't be a fool, Phil," urged the cowboy plaintively. "Wo've got no call to bear his scheme unless we want to go In on It Leave him alone and he'll do something for us on this side. Oh, crlpoa, what' the matter with you?" He heaved himself reluctantly up out of hi chair and moved over to where Kruger was sitting. "Mr. Kruger," he said, aa the old man turned to moot him, "I'll make you acquainted with Mr. Do Lancey, my pardner. My name's Hooker." "Glad to know you, Hooker," re sponded Kruger, shaking him by the hand. "How'do, Mr. De Lancey." He gave Phil a rather crusty nod as he spoke, but De Lancey was dragging up another chair and failed to notice. "Mr. Hooker waa telling me about some proposition you had, to go down Into Mexico," he began, drawing up closer while the old man watched him from under his eyebrows. "That's ono tough country to do business In right now, but at the same tlmo " let" "Well, nearcd the door a now thought struck him and he came a quickly back. "You can do what you please about your pardner," ho said. "I'm talking to you I Now will you think about itr "Sure!" returned Hooker. "Well, then." snapped Kruger. "meet me at the Waldorf In an hour!" CHAPTER III. After a drink at the bar. In which and Hooker Joined, Henry Kruger led the way casually to the rear, and In a few momenta they were lately closeted. "Now," began Kruger, as he took a eat by the table and faced them with napping eye, "the first thing I want to make plain to you gentlemen Is, It I make any deal today It' to be with Mr. Hooker. It you boy are pardners you can talk It over together, but I deal with one man, and that' Hooker. "All right?" he Inquired, glancing at De Lancey, and that young man De Lancey On the untrammeled frontier, where most men are willing to pass for what they are without keeping up any "front," much ot the private bualnoaa, as well as the general devilment U transacted In the back rooms of saloons. The Waldorf waa nicely furnished In this regard. nodded Indulgently. I July 0, 1014. tiik errant f040rO040fOTOf040HOfOfOfOfOfOtCHOfHHO Pace Seven. tion that I novcr bad considered, and it was years beforo tho relation of nerves to marital happiness becamo known to inc. "ft lakes tho average man a long llmo nflcr marriago to rcallzo that Ills wife is a human being, much like himself, willi tho addition of somo nerves, somo superstitions, some prejudices, mid somo finer emotions of wheh ho knows little or nothing. Not mnny men havo reached tho stale of marriago in as complelo ignorance of women as I did. I had been ralher bashful and shy with them as a hoy and too busy to pay much attention to them as a man. Living In cities in which I was a stranger I had no opportunity to meel the nice ones ami no inclinaVERSE FOR T11IS WEEK tion to associate with tho other mid norOh, might wo nil our llncngo prove, kind. Itcing strung, healthy Give mill forgive, ilo good aiul love; mal, I knew nothing of nerves and Ily son endearments, in kind strife had scant patlenco with their various manifestations, ordinarily Lightening tlio load of daily life. phenomena duo to nerves --J. Keblc. io other causes." IN THE HOME New Indian Animal Stories How the Bat Got His Wings m SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door u By JOHN M. OSKISON Berea's Vocational Schools f OOf O--t OKtOKKttOOtOOKt040OKMO0HOtOK Training that adds to your money-earnin- g power, combined with general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing--, Commercial. FOR YOUNG LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking, Cooking. Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for moat rapid progress 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Coarse STEP LIVELY, PLEASEI Onn on ncu of hustle is sometimes world more Uinu u pound of knowledge. July, Woman's Homo Companion, DO YOU PESTER YOUR CHILDREN? In llio July Woman's Homo Com- WHERE SLANG ORIGINATES panion Mary Hoaton Vorw writes a enmost Interesting contribution titled "Adventures fn Childhood," in whloh she tells many stories of tho Imaginativo (lights of children mid makes many valuable practical suggestion. In the following pas-sataken from her article tho author shows how soino mothers pestgo mothers, as soon as they come near their children, pounce on them and set about, as briskly as Inpossible, making them good. deed, there are a great many mothers who spend all their llmo making their children over into different, kinds of little children from tho sort they were born. This is very hard on all of them, and tho only thing ilnt renllv haiinons is that the child grows n shell to keep his mother out, and grows up inside il in peace, hul not nearly as nice and big as if ells he hadn't any shell at cramping things at best. aro "Not all parents do this, but thcro is hardly a parent living who does not greet his children with: "'flood gracious, child, how dirty yoTnrer 'There' aro som6 babies who walk tremblingly forth Into of speech and tho understanding speech only to hear, Oh, what dlrly little hands!' It must bo miito a disappointment ir you have been to vagerly listening and listening And out what your mother meant by the words she spoke. "Indeed. If it wore not for tooth brushes, soap, hair brushes, baths, and lablo manners, parents and children might often havo a wonderful time getting to know each other; but these things stand between them until the children are as old as their mothers and fathers, mid then generally it is too late. For when you'vo spent fifteen years, or twelvo years anyway, hardly being able to get at your parents except over a rampart of tooth brushes, and shoo blacking, tho doors of communication get rather rusted from disuse. I often wonder children don't turn on us with: '"Now, I don't want to hear you or, 'Any say "tooth brush" g, parent that speaks of or eating fast, has or got to leave tho table.'" "Soiiiu all-shy,' hand-washinliair-bnishin- g, er their children: Almost every current slang word or phrase originated with the criminal or vulgar and has a very bad meaning. It Is not well to uso anything which habitually has evil association. That Is ono of the strong IndictA leading ments against cards. authority on criminology says that all criminals play cards. Thcro Is scarcely an evil resort of any kind in the country where cards aro not All gamblers played constantly. play them nnd they aro associated with all manner of vice. So joung folks of clean lives and fair names should avoid all slang. People judge each other by their speech. One's thoughts are expressed by words. Of course, it is possiblo that a bouse with a rickety front gate, a littered anl, soiled door, and windows stuffed with old rags, may be Hut you clean and neat within. In never judge il so in passing. the same way il is possible that one who uses slang may bo pure- minded, and havo clean orderly thoughts, but llio indication points tho other way.-Selected- For those who aro not expecting to teach and who are not going thru College, but desiro moro general education. This is just tho thing for those preparing for medcal studies or other professions without a collcgo course. It nlaj gives tho best general education for tlioso who wish a good start In study and expect to carry It on Dy themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best training for those who expect to teueh. Courses are so arranged that young peoplo can teach through tha summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keeprlght on in tbeir course of study. Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District SchooL" 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is tho straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Hirtory and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department Color This Picture to Suit Yourself. 19H. by the McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) Long time aro, at tho ball game, the llttlo boys would Bit outside tho playing ground with the old men so that the old men could tell them about tho plays, for each llttlo boy believed that when he grew older he would becoroo ono of tho best boll players tho Indians ever bad. And when tho play grew exciting, and some young fellow was carrying tho ball down tbe ground swift as light, dodging among tho players like some strong-wingeIntfect, tho old men would cry out: "Thero goes tho bat watch him twist and turn!" And when tho young man had lost tbe ball and the gamo was no longer exciting, the llttlo boys would ask tho old men to tell them why the swift dodger was called tbe bat And tho old men would say: "Onco tho animals and the birds bad a great dispute about which could' play ball best; and tbe dispute lasted so long that tho only thing they could do to stop It was to fix a day for a great game between them. "When that day arrived, tho animals all came together on a broad meadow near the river, and all the birds gathered In the tops of the trees close by. Kor tho animals, tho Great Heaver was captain, and on the way to the ball ground ho boaBted about how strong ho was and what be would do to any bird that tried to take the ball away from him. To show how strong bo was, the bear threw big logs over bis d 6th Door Berea College Questions Answered (CopyrlBht. tho Great Terrapin, they were not sure that they could defeat tho animals. This Is tho crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. "Whilo they talked about what they could do to win, two little animals, no bigger than mice, camo creeping up tho tree and sat down In front of tho eagle. They told tho eaglo that they wanted to play on tho side of tbo birds. " 'But,' said the eagle, 'you have four feet; you belong with tho animals!' . A SPECK Or TRUTH As a rule .Man's a fool. When it's hot Ho wants il cool: When it's cool Ho wants it hot Always wanting What is not. Anonymous. 100 Beautiful and Colored POST CARDS Many arc rich, rare, pictures of beautiful models and actresses Also a Self-Fillin- g shoulder. "And the Great Terrapin, who was at that tlmo aa big as tho bear, showed All for only 50 cents how big and strong ho was by rising The greatest bargain in beautiful cards up and thumping tha earth until It and rare art pictures ever offered. Many are hard to obtain and have sold singly shook. "Up In the trees, the birds chose tbe for the price we ask for alt. These will go quickly to all lovers of the beautiful in Great Eagle for captain and the swift hawk for lieutenant. Both of them nature who appreciate RARE ART PICTURES of well developed models. were brave and fine ball players, but A reliable fountain pen free when the birds saw the Great Bear and FOUNTAIN PEN self-fillin- g with each order. These alone have sold for one dollar in stores. Tbe 100 beautiful cards and pen all for butlSOc and 10c in stamps for postage. Then tho little creatures that tbo animals bad laughed at them for being so small and would not let them play; and the eaglo took pity on tho tiny fellows and said that ho would let thorn play. But bow about wings? "They all studied about bow to get wings for tho two little mouse-likcreatures, and then tho bawk remembered that they had a drum which they used In the danco, and over the head of this drum was stretched the Why not thin skin of a ground-hog- . cut a piece of that skin and stretch It on cane splints In the shape of wings and fasten the wings to the forelegs of the llttlo fellows? "So the birds got one of tbe little mouse-lik- e creatures fitted with the wings cut from the head of the drum; but then they found that they bad used all the ground hog skin they bad. And to make tho other little fellow ready to play, some of tbe strong birds pulled with tbeir beaks at the skin between Its forelegs and its hind legs until It was so stretched that the little fellow could sail right across from one tree to another. "Tho one with tho wings, the birds called tbe bat and the other was called the flying squirrel. And when the ball game began, both the bat and the flying squirrel helped to win for the birds. And among all tbe players tho bat was best because he could dodge better than any of tbe rest "So, when you grow up to be a ball player, you will know that you are good If you bear tho people call you a bat!" e 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 coma from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra 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 vtuo of their labor. Except tn winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of theit expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warn wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THX STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost. Tho Coll.-gt- asks no rent for tho fine buildings in which stu tents live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuol, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1 .35 a week, in the fall, and 11.50 in winter for furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 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 ears 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 $0.00 and $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCB, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM Incidental Fee Room VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AMD NORMAL I1EREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with Its affiliated schools, is not a money-makin- g institution. It requires certain OOLLIOB $ 6.00 5.60 $ 6.00 7.00 f 7.M USEFUL LITTLE CAMP STOVE Sheet-Meta- l PUT NEW PUPIL IN BOY'S EYE One of Wonders) of Modern Optical 6uruery Recently Performed Many People Wear Glasses. Board 7 weeks ART PORTRAYAL CO. DAYTON, OHIO Box With Pipe at On End Can Bo Placed Almost AnywhereIs Easily Carried. Amount duo Sept 16, 1914... Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 4, 1914 Total for term Incidental Fee Room 0.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 7.00 9.45 $23.41 9.45 93Z90 $ 7.00 7.20 9.90 $23.20 9.00 $S2.29 HOW TO REMOVE FRUIT STAINS In the "Exchange" department of the July Woman's Homo Companiona department devoted to household suggestions made by contributors out of their practical experience appear tho following suggestions as to tho best ways of reTho first Is moving fruit stains. contributed by a New York woman and tho second by an Iowa woman: "Whenever I find a fruit stain on tablecloths or napkins, I wet it with a little camphor. If this is dono before tho stain has been wet with water tho slain will entirely disappear when tho articles aro laundered. "To removo fruit stains from tablo linen easily and surely, simply moisten tho stain with pure glycor-i- n beforo sending clothes to tho cents' worth laundry. Twcnty-flv- o of glycerin will probably last the ordinary family n year or moro, at least." 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They are Guaranteed for fineness, for style for superiority of material and workmanship, absolutely stainless and 40 wear six months without holes, or a new pair free. Don't delay, send in your order before offer cspirea. Gle corrective. WEAR-EVEHOSIERY COMPANY Dayton, Ohio Special Hosiery Offer er - R wore none. All kinds of surgical science Is Improving, but none moro rapidly than,, that pertaining to the human eye. Not. long ago Doctor Itadcllffe put a new pupil In the eyo ot a boy who had been suffering from an old Injury. Tbo longer tlmo which children must now spend In school la believed to bo one Important reason for tho very great number of young persona who the last few years bas examined or operated upon 17,000 oyes at the Wills hospital, what single affliction la responsible for most eyeglasses. "Farsightedness," was hie reply. He told me also that tho rolatlvo number of persons who wear eyeglasses la Increasing. As a matter of curiosity I subsequently counted tho spectacled men who 'wore sitting In, one largo clubroom having lunch. Thero were 29 of them, while but IS In Every time you return from Europe you ore more impressed by the number of Americana who wear eyeglasses. We are a nation of spectacled people. I asked Dr. McCIuney Radcllffe, who WINTER TERM Board 6 weeks $ 6.00 6.00 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $ 6.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 Amount duo Jan. 6, 1915 Board 6 woeks due Feb. 17, Total for term 1015 V FAM0U8 SINGER PAS8E8 AWAY. Handy Camp Stove. ' Datavla, Java. Mrao. Lillian Nor NERVES IN TIIE MARRIAGE GAME dlca, world famous singer, died of In tho Juno American Magazine- a pnoumonta. Sue had mado a brave struggle for days to llvo. Sbo bad husband, who has had twcnty-flv- o years of married life, tells the story been bora at Farmlngton, Malno, May 12, of his experiences. On llio subject ton 1869, and bad been taken to Bosla early childhood. Tlroro of nerves in tho marriago relation studied beforo John O'Neill, at tho tho ho comments as follows: Conservatory of Music, aud was espe"I was extremely Ignorant of wo-m- cially Instructed in church choir aud and their ways, and moro ig- oratorio singing. 8I10 sang In tha Indeed nerves choir of draco church, Ilostou, aud la norant of nerves. were un item in tho marriago rela that of a cuuroh at Koxbury. on lots down to allow access to tbo stovo, either to put In fuel or tako out ashes. Tho stovo Is supported along 1U usual length by a series of metal braces. Theao braces bavo pointed wida that project somo distance below tho bottom of tho stovo and act as stakes to stick Into tho ground and keep tho wbolo structure Objectionable Eng. stationary. A stovo of this sort Is What female namo would an egg easy of transportation, easy to tend object to being called? and capable of cooking a moal for a Addlo-lal(Adelaide). bltf campful of hungry boys. arch-shape- d d wear eyeglasses. But oculists Insist that whilo moro peoplo wear glasses, tho average eight ot all Americana la now better than ever. A similar thing la truo of tho human tooth. Whilo a far greater sum la now paid to dentist than formerly, tboi averago tooth la much better than that of our forefathers. Both eyes and tooth used to bo grossly neglected,- Philadelphia Ledger. This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Wiuttr Total SfrUg Fell Stenography and Typewriting.... $14.00 $10.00 $12.00 $3190 14.00 12.00 10.00 18.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 6.00 6.00 7.00 18.00 Bookkeeping (regular course).... Business course studios for students in other departments: 9.00 27.00 7.60 10.50 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's use 6.00 0.00 7.00 18.00 of instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. 1.89 1.50 6.40 Arith., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education at Any Berea if there is tho will to do so. It is a great advantage to continuo during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Mnny 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 tho best young men and women from other counties and states. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they are above 15 years old, in Rood health, and of good character. This may bo signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. Tho use of tobacco is strictly forbidden, Fall Term opens September 10, 1014. Get Ready! For Information or friendly advice writo to the Secretary, able-bodi- MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Page ElhL THE CITIZRN July 9, 1014, nail, July 4 Dr. J. 0. Bowles of Ty- havo plenty or good coal and timber ner wns a guest at tho homo of Kid in this county and wo trust a rail-roaJ. W. Anderson, Monday night. will help us gel 11 out to mar Ilooncvillo will be his placo of bus- ket. Aunt Sarah Ilotncr has just reiness for the next three weeks. turned from Dayton, 0., whero sho Miss Estclla Campbell of Ilooncvillo has been for several months with is visiting relatives at this placo her son. Mr. Aliel Gabbard of Bethis week. Mrs. F. F. McCnllum and rea, a traveling salesman, stopped children of flrccn Hall and Dr. Mn- - over Saturday night nnd Sunday hnffy and wife and children of Stcr with S. A. Caudill. He Is on his way geou wcro visiting relatives hero toward his home. He expects to get Saturday night nnd Sunday. I. F. home by the Inst of tho week. S. ABSOLUTELY PURE Allen nnd wife of Togos, Clay Co., A. Caudill has an attack of rheumaattended church nl Macedonia the tism which routines him to his bed 1th., Saturday and Sunday. The part of tho lime. It is hoped that Misses Ada and Myrtle Wilson and lie will be up in n rew days. Jas. Elllo Ambrose spent the day in McQueen and Wm. Gabbard, the Ilooncvillo Thursday. Little Miss Jolly peddlers are still furnishing By the use Royal Baking Powder a Kathleen McCollum, Rose Anderson the Turkey Foot people with plenty food may be fiTeat many more articles and Estclla Campbell were tho guests or good eatables. readily made home, all healthful, deor their little friend, Miss Susie WilLAUREL COUNTY pHihtd lm iltnni l foil by the writer. The ttmt Ho connpondf n son Thursday, and reported a pleaslicious, and economical, adding much ti not for publication, bat if n erUence of rood Ultb. Write plilnly. ant lime. Khl. C. W. Anderson in Pittsburg variety and attractiveness menu. I company with Chas. Iltirch leaves in 1'ittsburg, July i. The Jr. 0. U. morning ror his regular nppoinl- - A. M. are having a grand picnic at singing cs- All seemed to eaiov the NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS The" Roynl Baker nnd Pastry Cook, necfnlly the miartets and solos. The i"eil id Flat Lick. Albert Day or the today, John fair ground containing five hundred prnctlrnl correspondents nre ur All our continued drouth is yet unbroken Harlan Co. has been in this part Clarke, colored, died suddenly on receipts for all kinds of baking gently requested to write their news and crons are sufferim: badly. Give1 purchasing calves. Mrs. Matilda tho morning of the fourth. Corn nnd cookery, free. AildrcbS Knynl and mail it so it will reach the ofilco us another story as good as The Maid I'nrker has been doing a good husi- - looks well hut gardens nre almost a Baking Powder Co., New Yurie. Tuesday morning, not later than noss in dress-makifor past two failure. -- Miss Charlotte Cole has reor the Forest, please Mr. Editor. No news will he printed that roaches weeks, Crops so far are looking turned home from Richmond, where tho ofllce later than the ahovc stated well Miss Pearl Scale will teach sho lm been attending K. K. S. N. Clover Bottom time. -- The county superintendent is Clover Bottom, July 7 Death vis- the school at Brookside this year. Sonic of our correspondents are holding teachers' meetings through-- j the same day in Red Hill ceinelery. Ma-lMr. and M rs. Alfred Hurley arc news as regu- ited the home of Mr. and Mrs. not sending in their Island City out the county in each division. The Messrs. W. I', and Boh ilullock aro , (siting their son this week. linker the 4th inst. and took larly as they should. The contract Island City, July 3. Farmers havo purpose of these meetings is to home folks this week their little child. It was between The Citizen and us corres from llirm Harts buried Sunday in the Baker grave begun to lay by their crops. Wm. cuss some of the vital school tpios- -t corrcspon snondents states that the Rockford Harts, July 5. Dry weather is nil lie ions thus allowing time for other yard. The bereaved ones havo our Mays is now culling timher. llockford, July fi. -- We are having lent is to send in news every other IH'onln nrn l5iI I illir ilia- sympathy. Dr Settles was wants to cut about ona thousand things in the institute which will week. If you will send in news deepest x" "r 1,01 "earner Here ni mis .;iri(.II(., .,1,,,, ,, ra,( bul wo called yesterday to see a little logs mis ran. a ten pound uoy was he conducted by T. J. Coates. Mr. 1,1,1 Wl' 1,1111 '"'I"' twice each month so it will reach "av r:ll limit not get discouraged. God has and Mrs. Will Adams of Harlan and of II. N. Dean's who is very Horn to Mr. and .Mrs. .Moorcs.-i.i- ayus by Tuesday morning, you will al child ton Gentry went to Magoffin county Mr. Charley Spurloek of Arjay are N,on- .-i oiaio nop are niiuosi a promised He would send rain on the ways see it appear in tho paper, sick at this writing. Miss Stella to work for Leo Congleton. Rev.Al- - visiting relatives here. Chris Hig i.u.ure; garuen- - .n general are ury-- 1 . ,t r,n, njU!tti ,cl g pray begin her otherwise it may reach the waste Sparks was unable to ing up and not much good.-C- orn , n:ll to a large gins is at home again. lak wU Jmub school on Clover Bottom Monday on "ori iwwrnan preacned crops are needing rain badly here. ,.,),,. j rjK,t. basket. account of sickness. Miss Minla rrowd at Walnut Grove Sunday. 1 M "'"I"' 11,1,1 can" an--' East Bernstadt .Mfoses Ella and Dinksie Lako will Cunnngin began her school at Cave An infant child or Mr. and Mrs. JACKSON COUNTY to the wife of W. II. ll(.Kl, East Bernstadt, July C On the well.-B- orn h.jr M.,100, Mom,ay July Springs yesterday with a good at- - Robert Green died June 22nd. Last Stephens on June :itl, a line boy. Ho ;,f M, Mvi Whylnnd. Haulden and Aimer Hunt- -! work another raid was made on tho 20th there was a party at the home is named Hubert Miller.-A- nnl tendance. Grover Sus- -j Mrft. ,:rill Uobiomm's family is vis-n- ii Maulden. July I. .Messrs. llamp er or Shirley visited Lucy Dean moonshiners or Jackson and Owsley of Mr. Charlie Evans. This party Ogg of Clear Creek, who has been and Hammie Saturday and Sunday. C. M. Van- ton and Clay Wolfe lUw Ttim (IV, of art() sick so long is suffering very much.j Mrs j.,,,,,. .e0Ilartl Joncs wcnt Fanner left for Cincinnati, July 3rd Winkle and wife visited C. E. Van- -- J. M. Hullen had his wheat thresh- - , Jesus, My Guide II. Farmer, left for Lcsing-;o- n, Winkle Sunday. II. N. Dean attendMr. S. crca Saturday, aillu Jesus, Saviour, be my guide It fell short of the e.t-- J ed Saturday. Hazel, the little ed court at McKee Mr. alM Mrsl J Herndgn visited .nine 30tl the Cth Inst. While I on this earth abide; pectation of many, '.tf bushels for1,,, Sunday school at this place. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. S. C. M. Azbill Is planning to move to Then shall I no danger fear, Ilfleen acre-.-TSunday school () M ,,aym. V).nl l0 urca galur. is sick this week. The Bear Wallow this fall. J. S. le When I know that Thou art near. picnic at Scaffold Cine today went ,iiv ,, ini,jiU.ss. Misses Lucy and Emily Howies of is putting up a new store Let me know Thy loving hand off nicely with some good speaking! j,r. and Mrs. J. 1'.. Hammond of Tyner spent Saturday night of last at Cave Springs. A. C. Bicknell is by two young men from Bcrea and Di.s,.,nta visited Leads mo to my journey's end. week with Lucy Moore of this place going to Drip Rock to work in a few the lattcr's par-als- ii an interesting sermon by Rev. Saturday and Sunday. and attended church at Mt. Gilead days. Thomas Baker's baby who Then my sorrows all are o'er, J. W. Lambert of near Berea. All, nro(K.r Childress lllled his Sunday. The Misses Mao and Rho has had malarial fever for sonic Then tho pain shall be no more, to enjoy a good time with lar appninliiient at Silver Creek ty dia Madden of Tyner and Mary time is better. Oats are a railurc Weeping then has passed away, to eat.-H- ro. I. F. Guinn ot unav a,, Gray Hawk spent Satur- in this county hut corn is still look Turner of Sorrow finds no place to stay. Herea accompanied the two young, day night of last week with the ing well. H. N. Dean is planning to irj0v iake attendeil church at Come, my Lord, make no delay; men who visited Scaffold Cane to- - Wi,(. Sunday, Misses Nellie and'Cora Montgomery attend court at McKee the 1 1th and day. Next Saturday and Sunday are I .r. Julian Ciiyle went to Berea to Hasten now that glorious day. and attended church at Mt. Gilead then at Squire Baker's court the the regular meeting days at Scaffold visit Mr. Robinson's ramily tho first Sunday. School at Fall Rock will 13th. Cane by Rev. .V J. I'iku. Remem-- ;f Then my loved ones I shall meet t1(. week, begin Monday, July tho 6th, with And we'll bow at Jesus' reel, her the subject ror Sunday, "Tho Robert H. Farmer as teacher. The OWSLEY COUNTY Bio Hill Praise Him Tor His wondrous love Destiny or the Dead." Everybody ball game played between Wclch-bur- g Which Ho has on us bestowed; come. Ilro. Pike is an aide man and; "ig Hill, July C Rev. Harden Sulphur Springs evening and Maulden Saturday What a glorious time Twill be proposes to make this clear. Black- - preached at Pilot School House last Suphur Springs, July 3. We have was won by Maulden by 28 to 2 and When His loved ones shall be Ireel berry picking will he all the go ror Saturday night and Sunday at it game played between Burn been having extremely dry weather ttic ball the next lew days and the crop "'eloc.k a. m. ing Springs and Maulden Sunday for some time. Crops are looking rops are needing rain in this Oh, how sweet my rest will be is good. Mr. J. H. Lambert, evening was won by Burning only rairly well. The Misses Belle When my Saviour I shall seel wire and little girl or Boone. Ky.,t vicinity. Mr, and Mary Eversole of Cow Creek vis Springs by a score of 30 to 8. Mr Free from every templing snare, " Mrs. John W. Johnson were at Scaffold Cane today. and Mrs. Leonard Hignito and Ho- - ited Mrs. Ida Brandenburg Saturday I shall with the faithful share School will begin at Walnut Grove,' "I"'"! Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Phil-Jul- y of McKec visited at E. nnd Sunday. J. C. Brandenburg bert Holcomb In the mansions of the blessed; 13 with Miss Elda Lake as 'P Hayes. B. Flanery's the past Saturday night purchased a fine organ recently. I shall then forever rest. teacher. Henry Bowman and wire, School began hero July Cth with and Sunday. Mr. S. A. Farmer who Quite a largo crowd attended . .. I .. Miss T1.A Tin. I lately returned from M,ss ,',1P' "ayes, teacher. has employment at McKee visited I 11111(11I. ill T IjflUSU, f OlIllllilJ. 1IIU IICV.I (itnnl .ma , tulnpli Hirrn slilla worn was composed of a good number of who have m Richmond. Ind., were in Rockford "ayes taught hero several years borne folks from Saturday until Willis, preached at Lower Buffalo, hun- - hoys and girls among whom were today. and was offered a belter position, Monday. nulay. Several from here attend- - caI)l"re(l- - There were threo one Cross Kal hul on account of the feebleness or ' liquor found atwere Miss Birdio Price of Allie Roads, 0"s, ed Court is in session at Miss Martha Hughes. Dog. No shiners Cornell, ESTILL COUNTY her rather and mother, thought it Sand Gap Boonevillo at present. Crate Kin still on caught. Collectors Richardson and Ray Isaacs, Lillio Ewius, Birdie Locust Branch hot (o accept at home. Sand Gap, July 3rd. Mr. and caid has finished his job of sawing Marshal Ford in company with B. Hums and several others. The boys Locust llranch, July 3. We aro Mrs. Dr. Settle are visiting their ror Alfortl Cooiier. Mrs. Sherman B. Flanery, Wm. Mayo and G. J. present wcro Bill Ross, Claud Isaacs, having GUNBOAT some very dry weather at SHELLS FROM Cooper and Miss Rebecca Herd vis- relatives at Hugh and Big Hill. , . t i . n ... Gentry effected the raid. Married, tho new barber, Leonard Cornell, present. The fanners aro laying by . i. : ; . ,. I Rev. Jesse Durham filled his reguIII. "l lltn lifl.lft'a 'Nnnifl In Charlie Newman and Dexter Isaacs. their corn crops in this neighbor' nl " " ""l." Stop Bordai't Bombardment of Pu '. ." lar appointment at Goochland last rord or Breathitt County. Saturday Most all the boys who did not go hood. Miss Mae Williams of Dreyta Plata In Hurry. Sunday. Ned Marcum is selling and Sunday. Rev. Harve Johnson on to Mr. E. Neeley of Blake, Owsley to Lexington for tho 4th spent the fus is visiting her sister, Mrs. Nans expected to preach at the M. E. goods at the Gabbard old stand, as it Everybody nie Hymer, this week. Mr. Claud county. A nice dinner was given at day at Heidelhurg. WashlriKton. Tho bombardment of is called, where Mr. Cook recently Church Sunday. Mr. Neley's home. A large crowd seemed to be enjoying themselves. Olliner and family visited Wick tho rebel city, I'uerta Plata, by I'retl sold. Davo Durham and Dr. Settle was present to welcome the newly Mr. M. V. Alison, the new merchant Harris of Ford from Saturday until dent lliirdnH, of Santa DoniltiKO. was Cow Creek are our new grocerymen. We now near this plan, says business is Monday. The water in this vicinity silenced by (Ire from tho main battery married couple. Cow Creek, July 3. Circuit Court have six stores. Samuel Seiburn rushing and his trado is good on is running very low. Miss Maymo of tho American gunboat Macula. and Miss Sallie Carpenter were mar- is in session al Boonevillo this week. peanuts and candy. Mr. J. I. Hughes Gentry visited relatives of Irvino Only a few nhots wore fired. Tho Earnestville ried in McKee, a few days ag Tho farmers havo been harvest- Machias, which carries eight four-IncEarnestville, July 0. Tho writer made a trip to cross roads on busi- last week. guns, was aent Into tho Inner harbor Their many friends wish them a ng the wheat crop and say it Is the will let you know that we are not ness yesterday. Mr. Millard Jones at I'uerta Plata prepared ror battle prosperous and happy life. Mr. best ror many years. Corn crops aro MADISON COUNTY dead al this place, although we havo visited his sick brother yesterday. after tho Dominican forces bad time Montgomery of Berea, specialist in looking line, but aro small for this Wallaceton tho hear from us for and ngnln violated uri agreement not agriculture, was recently in this lino of tho year. John Frost, Jr., not letI I..... peoplo .In.. U...II I. no Mill ROCKCASTLE COUNTY 'I'l.n Wallaceton, July 5. Mrs. Jano to uao artillery In attacking the rebel vicinity on his annual investigation Hengo of Alcorn camo last Friday forces holding the port. l,nn "S,manylats ami Irish potatoes very short, Gauley nnil rlnfivoa trip. Farmers of this vicinity are Captain Itunsell was sent to Dominfor a visit with her daughter, Mrs. hut corn crops aro lookhiK fine. becoming discouraged as the kVirtknt'ltnilt i'o iiiaf nliAitl Mini unfit Gauley, July 3. A girl baby was J. E. Parsons. Mrs. Mary Guynn ican watera with Keneral Instruction! to protect American Springs spent last lheir'cor drouth continues, and crops of all ?K. ni, Inany nro mi8y har. horn to (he Rev. and Mrs. Ponder, nnd children of Bourbon Co. aro vis- lives and property. nnd other foreign kinds are being greatly damaged. and Sunday with relatives vesting their oats. Sabbath school June iSith. Tho little son oi Mr. and iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan During the weeka ho has been In Mr. and Mrs. Doc Lunsford of Borea at this place. Noil Wilder, our Hoik a number atc.ra Captain Itumell II I..., l ..,.1l.n..l ....... ui. T.l amy in Travelers' Rest is doing a flno Mrs. Robert Shepnrd was laid to or ins this week Quito neighbor- Dominican are visiting relatives here. They uiiuiunii niui uuum nus luu went rrom this people baa inado numerous Ineffectual nt It is among the banner rest in tho Union Cemetery tho 24th, drove up this morning in time to nisi wcck nuer goous. .las. n. nan-baschools oi tho country. There were nil. In spite or tho drouth the hood to Slate Lick the 4lh. Mr. tempts to bring tho leaders of the was at Buckhorn recently vis- 140 pupils hear the church bell ring, at this enrolled in tho classes on crops look well; but the gardens aro Granville Nunn who has been very opposing armies to a peaceful agreeplace Revs. Jas. Lunsford and iting friends and acquaintances. Several futllo conferences one Sabbath last month. Tho steel suffering. Theo. Parker has gono sick was moved to Richmond last ment. m wore held on board the American batAble Gabbard closed a very success- Seaber Evcrsolo and Miss Nettio been laid on tho new railroad to Oklahoma to visit his undo Theo. week to his sister's home Mr. 01-l- ie tleship between representatives of ful revival today at this place, with wore married last week. May (has to Bowen went to visit his daugh- tho Federals up this placo nnd about one mile Parker. Mrs. F. M. Ponder and Mrs. under President Uordas seven additions to tho church. Rev. peaco and happiness bo theirs. I beyond up Avill Dog Creek. There Dillard Parker are on tho sick list. ter, Mrs. Fannio Knavo at Shelby and the Revolutionists. Lunsford, who has been pastor of Stevo Gabbard is Improving slowly is , t for nnoU sim There wns a picnic at tho cavo on City last Saturday. Our school lotho Christian Church hero over 6inco rrom an attack ol lyphoid. Allen railroad up Little Sturgeon from Crooked Creek tho 4th. Mr. C. gins Monday, July (Uh, with Miss it was established has resigned his D. Mooro is also sick with tho samo Earnestvillo by Travelers' Rest and Ilullock has been very sick J. is Mary How Ion as teacher. Wo nro LINER ASHORE ON ROCKS but pastorship, for which wo aro very disease. John E. and William on to Upper Buffalo Creek in tho better now. Mr. Georgo Robertson needing rain in this community. sorry. Tho church feels that in his Reynolds aro selling out and will this Ashore on Rocks Off Tory Island on resignation it has lost an excellent soon go to Montana to mako their! eastern section ofCliifwriti-i- .county Tho remains quilo poorly. Tho little T fill m rwinrklit n tn Dreyfus daughter or Mr. and Mrs. James Mor u ih-i. II upright, and sincere religious work- !..... !i.i....i .i u Irish Coast Gunboats Stand By Dreyfus, July 0. We aro having will bo ris died tul", anxious to get a er and speaker whoso place can not hoeing SaturdayW""T" tho young reammWo n,out a road and way. Wo of Mr. on the 1st and wns buried somo very hot weather at this time. To Give Aid, If Necessary. anil gavo right of pnrty Charlio Evnns. This bo easily filled. folks a parly Saturday night. Miss , . .. Mrs. Bert Lunsford of Illinois is Mollio E. Wilson will teach tho Londonderry, Ireland. In a thick visiting her rather, R. F. Jones ior school at Esaw this fall. Tilman Tyner fog and rnin which rendered Tory a rew weeks. Tyner, July 4. Farmers are about Green and Chester Baker will teach Fred Jones and Leonard Sparks Island Invisible from tho mainland, the Anchor lino steamer California, through with their plowing. C. P. at Grassy Branch. Mrs. Stevo Gableft Saturday night ror Illinois from New York for Olasgow, bound went Mooro or McKeo has been hero at his bard is reported to havo typhoid whero they will work n lew months. ashoro on thu rocks of that Island, old homo making hay this week. Live Stock or Washing and Cooking. We make fever. Samuel Hicks spent SaturMr. and Mrs. Albert Rose aro reWireless calls for help brought speed) Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Mooro havo re- day nnd Sunday at Bowman Branch joicing over tho arrival ot a new usBUtunco from sovural small gun you any size Tank or Trough to order while you wait. turned homo. Mrs. Lottie Mooro with relatives. Wo all enjoy readbouts ami torpedo bunts which were hoy. His name is Woodrnw. and family of Louisville aro visiting ing The Citizen every week. the northwest Irish const The Sunday school at Dreyfus is in tiis vicinity. Mr. Wosloy Daprogressing nicely. Tho Droyfus for gun runners In connection with vis of Moores Creek was In this Conkling free school will begin next Monday, tho Ulster movement. Tho steamer, which has on last week collecting wool for Conkling, July 3. lkirn to Mr. and HENRY LENGFELLNER with Miss Pallio Meyers as teacher. over 300 second board 121 saloon und cabin passengers, lies tho Riverside Woolen Mills. Sun- Mrs. David Doalon a girl, Miss Maude Coyle or Cincinnati, in tlvo fathoms of water her name forward and day was the last day of our singing. is Jessie. Scvoral of tho young Phone 7 or 1 87 Tinshop on Jackson Street, Berea, Ky. O., returned homo Sunday whero sho seven fathoms aft folks There was nc There was quite a crowd of visitors. went on tho excursion to Clnoin- will spend tho summer. punlc when she struck. Don't say Flour to your merchants, say "I want Zaring's Patent Flour" then you are sure of the best biscuit. ROYAL of at of BAKING POWDER East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Insures the most delicious and healthful food to the i ng on dis-iwi- th u, ,,. ., '"'Wi n. he Van-Wink- rcgu-seein- ed Sal-plen- sday. 1 1 1 . ' h IT rd Cal-aha- i.-- il"-"l"- :j SAVE YOUR WATER For Guttering and Roofing a Specialty ity