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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): July 30, 1914 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1914 cit1914073001_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): July 30, 1914 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1ER.EA PUBLISHING CO. (INCORr-OHATKIl- ) WM. C FROST, E44fcCUW CH. WFJtTENB EAGER, Maaiat Hilar F.O. BOWMAN, AUUnl M.f Him Devoted to tfcLe Interests of tine jLtoijuatalrL People Flvo Cents a copy. DE11EA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 30, 1014. The Citizen The Schoolmaster Do you know that the Schoolmaster is one of the greatest of our American Institutions? Do you know that he is one of your biggest and best helpers? Do you ever visit the school? Do you remember the good an.d bad you got at the school-hous- e when a youngster? Well, your boys and girls are having their chance now. Tho Iwenty-lbir- Knowledge it power ib4 tke way to keep np with aedern knowledge It io retd good newspaper. Vol. XVI. One Dollar a Year. No. 5. Moonlight Schools in Hardin (bo same oilers llnrdln Cotinly Is in tho midst of Klizabethlown revival. A ninounl for the same purpose, nnd a great educational week's rnmpnfKii, with speaking in is (ho llrsl Woman's Club in tho every school house, litis been wnged, Stale lo offer such a prize. Superinnml Moonlight Schools nro lo ho op- tendent Payne of llnrdln County, ened soon, llfly leaehers having vol- - tho Hardin County Hoard of Kduca unlrerod lo leach them following nn1 Hon, Hardin County Public, School eloquent address and appeal by Mr Teachers, the Woman's Club of Harry A. Sommers. Tho Hardin Kliznbelhlown, and Col. Harry A. County Hoard of Education has tho Sommers and Tho F.liznbcthtown distinction of being tho first In tho News aro all banded together to It Slalo lo offer n prize lo tho teacher wipe Illiteracy out of Hardin! a elianco (o exist in that who leaches tho largest number of illiterate. The Woman's Club of county. Christian Endeavor Convention annual conven-jbe- st Union of Chris-lin- n Endeavor will bo held at Cor-biincluKentucky, August sive. A strong program has been arranged nnd a large delegation is exported. Sonic excellent speakers and workers have been slated. The opening address will bo delivered by Dr. Henson Howard Roberts of Herea, Ky. Dr. Hobcrls is well known as n deep thinker and n good speaker. He is a personal friend of Dr. Clnrk, llio founder of Christian Endeavor. Conference hours will bo conducted by Mr. C. F. Evans, Slate Secretary of C. E. in Kentucky. Mr. Evans comes full of life, enthusiasm and prartical knowlegc of tho d Hon of the Tri-sla- lo rr, 21-- 23 "l Prize Offer to Teachers To Iho Kentucky teacher who I length of term, enrollment, age of writes tho best article or slory on youngest and oldest pupil and ro- -' "My Moonlight. School," tho Ken-luc- suits. II must In- - sent lo (lie Kentucky Sooiely of Colonial Dames Illiteracy Commission, Frankfort, on will give Iho sum of 915.00. or before- November 1st, 1011. Tim condition aro as follows: Tho story must be absolutely true 'The judge will be: iu every detail. lr. .1. 0. Crabbe, President II. II. Unruled, Hon. Ilarksdale II must be written by Iho leacber Cherry, Superintendent Kiln Lewis, Mrs. who taught such a school. It must give dale of opening, Cora Wilson Stewart. ky ' , And the Schoolmaster, perhaps a new one, is trying to do for them the best he can. Now, no man knows everything. The Schoslmaster knows more about books than you do, perhaps you know more about some other things than he does. Hut at any rate you and he must work together this summer for the boys and girls. Get acquainted with the Schoolmaster. Invite him to your home, visit him at his school. Speak well of him before the children, and see that they go to school every day. And when the school ge(s up a picnic or an exhibition just take hold and encourage and help all you can. Let this be the best school ever taughtin your district. methods of conducting tho work. Others will bring us mes sages of power and inspiration. Tho closing address will ho delivered Sunday night by Prof. J. II. Moore, of Harrogate, Tennessee. He has spent many years teaching young people and has broad interests and a deep spiritual incssago for thoso engaged in religious work. Muslo will bo supplied throughout the program. Those Interested In Christian Endeavor, or religious work of any kind will do well lo attend these services. All it will cost you will be your train fare and lime. All expecting lo attend should send their names lo Mrs. T. A. Kitchen, Corbin, Kentucky, so accommodations can lie provided for. Health Exhibit Car The appearance of the Exhibit Car j of tho Kentucky Tuberculosis Com- mission is lieing made the feature at some of tho 'leaehers' institutes litis summer. So far, the institutes of Jackson, Perry, and Harrison Coun- have been covered. This w'eck The School Exhibition livery school should have itbout three exhibitions, one at end of first month, one at middle of term or when the fall weather begins to be bad, and one at the end. The first exhibition is the most important, though it does not require so much work and fixing as the others. The program can be a very simple one: Song, Ree Newssponsive Reading, Prayer, Song, A canning club and paper with news about the corn-cluall the people of the district, two pieces by girls and two by boys, a lesson in Mental Arithmetic, a talk by the teacher on Seed Corn, or Fertilizer, or Good Health, four Essays for The Citizen Prize, and a "Spelling Match." Such a program will burden nobody, and will be of great interest to all concerned. It will be the talk of the district. It will lend interest to every study. It will give the school a good send off. We have set the third day in August. Begin to get ready right soon. b, FOUNTAIN PEN A genuine fountain pen that sells regularly for $2.50 is given with! Tho nearest' 0. The Cflien for you have ever come lo getting some-- ! thing for nothing. $l-r' WORLD NEWS car will be at the Letcher County Institute, Wliilesburg, where County Superintendent of Schools, George W. Jenkins, w II make Wednesday a gpral fo ,)a. ltf appearance 0f the car have como from some oilier county superin-lie- s lendenls already. llio ',, iUNlTED STATES NEWS IN OUR OWN STATE Carranza Changes His Mind Advices have come to tb effect that Cnrran.a will not enter into any Make-BelievIN DEATH. Auto Wreck in Lexington Injures DATHING RESULTS naroemont of amnesty in advance of NEW BOOKS Two Ladies actual control of Iho situation Our premium book "Picture Puz- his (be The morning of the 27th proved to Cleveland, O. Two men sank to Capitol City. This altitude iu zles or How lo llend llio Hible by their death In Lake Erie. The first of be a serious time for the Misses drownlrgs occurred at Edgewater Sunshine and Mary E. Sweeney Symbols and Tin- - Citizen Tor $1.50 Is din's not harmonize with what tho expected Government American Park, when Ayrault E. Rhodes, 31 when their aulo ran into W. II. a bargain. If your friend does not United Stales years old, was attacked by cramps. Clarke's machine at the corner of want one of these valuable premi- from Carranza. The a dellnite poition urging The other happened a mile and a halt Third and Walnut. ums lake bis subscription, add 50c ha taken A fractured guarantees bo off Rocky river, after the canoe In your purse and get (his lino that an amnesty and from which James B. Anderson, 2S years skull and the loss of several teeth given. Carranza's demand is an unbook worth $II0 itself fjir tho old, the victim, and G. G. Sheehan, his with cuts and bruises was tho conconditional surrender of the Carba-J- al children or apply for our brother-in-law- , were riding, had been dition in which Miss Sunsbino II is still hoped government. $2.50 fountain pen for Iho same overturned. Sheehan was saved. An- Sweeney escaped. may be reachamount and enjoy writing with ease that a middle ground derson's body was recovered. Capt. E. L. B. Breckinridge Dead ed by which the question may bo html satisfaction. Capt. Breckinridge of Lexington settled, MANY AUTOMOBILES $ERE LOST died at Asheville, N. C, Monday England Seeks Conference of Great morning, the 27th. Ho was tho son TEACHERS Philadelphia, Pa. Tho Powers to Prevent War InvolvFor your bcnellt we are this week garage of the Adams Express Co., ex- of flen. Joseph C. Breckinridge. ing All of Europo tending from Market to Ludlow street, Capt. Breckinridge served in tho running on page eight the song, entitled by Samuel Hopkins Adams, published by per- was destroyed by tire. Two hundred Cuban campaign and later went to Since Iho 251 li in! much excite- - Chapteti from the book so Kind Words Can Never Die." Tills mission of Houghton Mifflin Company. automobile trucks, valued at from the- - Philippines as an aide on tho is one of the best songs over written, incut prevails throughout Europe on each were consumed re It would be a good thing to havo the account of Iho war cloud which (Continued from last week) Ithe oilier death rales against J2.000 to $5,000 which are believed to staiT of Gen. Henry Lawton. Capt. by the flames, Breckinridge was wounded in the school from the largest lo the dimly lowered over southeastern get it?" ipieried Dr. Strong. him " "Don't by a engagement when Gen. Lawton was on account of the demands of "Perhaps you recall tho saying of. "Because diphtheria is tho one have been caused commit this song to mom-.roelectric wire. No estimate of the total killed. Later ho saw service in the or. Don't fall lo have your school jAiixtrin upon Servia. Tho recent Thoreau I think it llio profoutulest important disease which your mod- - j' damage has been made. Several U. S. Army in Alaska and Panama . murder of Archduke Francis Fordi- hing it thought of tho New ical olllcer can definitely control, men were Injured. and was finally (Mailed Instructor-Inspect- or maud. IbeAuslrianlieirlothothrone, World lliat it takes two to tell me anil lie seems to Do doing It." United States to Remain Neutral in How Diana Scord. I precipitated of the Kentucky National llio present conditions. truth, ono to speak and ono to hear .r, onjv important ono? Sure- European Situation In "Milton ami llumcpuii" In tbls Guard. ,.aus(J iimvm,r ,alrs i,ack il" In case Europo gets involved in ly smallpox is controllable?" amu-ln- g ...,. ,,, ,,. Kneitdi fox limiting Mry: S(irvi. nM Clark County's Local Option . "ou mean mat wevc lnistiuer - "Snmlliiov io flisi iioiennml uiiuvt u'np tlm TTlllfnil Slnlna will liri ilnwi 'Mold luinl, iiuiilnui! I'or lunveti' , o uiu miroiau ' t " i tin. l. i " mi vivi' in ' i i. sno .....wp.i im. fliriiros? wi.v. thev're r .. Acting Winchester, July 27. fake hold Imnl or Unit camel you are independent principality; wuen or a as ,,,.,, ag hvo aI1(, Uvo." rltllni: will lie the din Hi of Mime of d.ea ned of Iho clabl.sb.nent ,1)Ut jt ma ilnportan Iho stale department is keeping Judge B. K. Wells postponed deciscxce t to ion oil the two petitions that wero ' tny boundx!" crlnl the choleric iiiuxter great Slav realni in soulheaslern .Tn,i Hoai Miinilm llgurcn, nott fn tools and biKots." well iu touch with affairs in tho . . v i ii it i:i v in i filed for a local option election, Tho of one of the HuiitieiiKteru counties' r nniiHi. mem, "aow, saui nr. Miong. Mr. Thomas Clyde softly rubbed Halkau conllicl. It is thought best packs of foxhounds to n Imly who was iroin uer siauu mere aro iiKeiy to you're worried because of a slart- "wets" attorney made request for cl.-ibis clean-shava sign and by llio administration in case a riding rather too eloe to hounds. If France liiiL-- iiminrenl swollinir of tlm til- be great, complications. postponement iu order to have time Willi him (bat bis mind was. f ml war develops in Kurope lo Without delcullii; to turn her head and Itt.ssin should Interfere tho war, s,u a proclamation of neutrality. to cito authorities. Tho "drys"wero lMrn(,sis ra(e Wen at work. lfc steered tier mount n little to the cloud may change to a position ,.,, gort ()f a gllUcl incrcas iti "You're giving me a new view of SIllco these laws of neutrality aro ready for an immediate decision. left and clear of the hounds rode her tn.W.ng the peace of all Kurope. (wmt slfrnifv iat thcro.s I110re a city in which I've lived for tho persons iuuhiuhk iu One of these petitions was filed by own line like n centaur, led the Van amui 11 through n long mid very font run nnd is,Mcs on,y lhat eiillsl for service would the drys asking for an election in l last forty-llv- o years of my is riV r county Sept. 28. The other was the first of the Held to nee the foi i irt w nst as ,,'m. is ln,,ro knowlC(t-- ' of tul)Cr life." he said presently. "Aro you 1,e nllowctl to equip themselves on Clarkfiled by. the "wets" calling for urn will dfiw il.o sword on' heh-ilwas rolled over In the -expeditionary force while "uiu htmi'b l" uiora lumilla with conditions hero?" ia" her ally. II may yet terminate in "";"" room-rean election in tho North Winchester from his Iciiih-rarAmerican soil. all. "'re ll0'.'tly reported; that'sname Nev,.r havo becn herc lit of eliiirllslincM uud delighted another bailie of the natio precinct. Dr. Merritt did you say his I1M(i i,nv nn rn.nson in imnn tlm! Servians in Chicaao Ready to Fiaht Crops Injured by Wind, .1... i in lain Milieu ii k.. - . with the maimer In which the Indy hud Mill i.iin im.i I'llii... i Rain and nas stirreu up your pnysicians x shall Lvcr retlin) TraVeling at ,rs: for Their Flag , ridden, the muster approached her. Hail I" "Iwy tho law which requires that ....i,. is lu0 mue. fnP . The foreign sections of Chicago 'o i sn t stnn somewhat HhcepUhly It mut lie con!..!.,.. Heavy rain and high wind passed ,. .,. IIIU . . IIIIIIISIVI ...in..i . . llliui,li ... ,,,,,0i fessed, with the "brush" ami nn apolro nnuu wim exuiieiueui over mo in uv.nuWhile the powers reported, i,u iiuuiiii; iiihi iiitii.-i- - p0( ovor to nave a look at a town from Austria. over Nicholasvjllo tho 27tli, accomogy. and all new cases of ecr- which has been rather notorious war cws from abroad. Meetings "Pray, don't apologize, sir." vn the are preparing for possible war; their lain communicable diseases, as well, ninoug public health officials for aI' being called and committees are panied by some bail. In this vicinstatesmen under Iho leadership of ity fifty to sixty crops of tobacco smiling reply. "You eliuply mistook Speaking as a doctor, I should say years' organized for tho laying of , being aro reported destroyed. Trees .wero my favorite? hunter for u camel, and 1 Sir Kdward Orey, tho Urilish For- lhat, with coun-yer- s, law- the exception of "Notorious!" repeated Mr. Clyde, P'ans for tho sons of foreign your foxhound for fox terrier. It eign Secretary, were endeavoring lo of no there is . - ,profession . which .., im..,i UPun tries to return home. Tho German blown down, telephones put out re..... nrm, I. .. I ...l.,l..l... ....A... together the governments . ti III ill. commission, wero some of tho wvriuo mv.- - niii.ii- I....L lllinuiKl'll. 1 liuukn t l.tti.w. ncil- llll 8 ,10,8 seems ready ror war and "For falsifying its vital stall's- - element awfully for the brush." with a view lo mediation. A d , 1,10 I,,e(llcal profession. ticSt Your low mortality llgures aro a,, willing to return by thousands. sults of tho storm. patch to Washington says that tho! wi,,tly 08 Perry County Developments T"cref,rp. '?"r UoMh omccl' lias a joke. Wortbington has been more Thp' 1"',,vo "ow ls 1,10 t'w to I Russian Minister of War considers It is reported on tho 20th that CinM couuici. ' jeered at, critized, and roasted byl"u .""""-'"'"war between Russia nnd Austria nl- -l cinnati men are developing the coal TABLE Or CONTENTS iuiukhib uiu wkwih io a sense oi various medical conventions than university Expedition to Head Wat and timber business between most Inevitable. ers of Amazon River any otner city in tno united states." PAGE 1. Editorials ' f and Viper on tho.L. & E. The Caillaux Case Still in Process i can't combat a diseaso until you wiiv vvn n..n CMn nnv.ti.im. In a letter from Dr. William C. Ry. in Perry County. A first-claTho Health Master. of Trial I L iinw . iI . .. ia nat nltl Iclm1 nil it'll nr.) Farabee, received Iho 25lh, states mining town is successfully started. " Moonlight Schools in Hardin Co. mat sort in tno papers." lestimonv In U IIIIIIKI' Paris. July 27.-- The . IILT IX Kill So, I say, i)r strong laughed, Your news- - that thoy aro about to make an o.x This now movo will include several Christian Kndeavor Convention. the trial is now about complete. Hatty health officer who succeeds in Qiillaux demanded to bo hoard ' spurring up tho medical profession. papers print what you want to read; pedition to (he head waters of tho hundred acres, of timbered property. PAGE 2. Citizen Prizes, nol wi,al yo ,lo.t want (o read Amazon. At this time bo is Louisville's $350,000 Fire iself defense on tho ground lhat numerous. a,ul iu m'nf8'"S 1,10 Great White 'nlcy rolIow tll0 0,i n(iape .What l,ly well advanced and iu Peru. Tho Firo broko out at tlm Bourbon Fmnro accused him of suborning Temperance. m- - yo rnigiiu inn. oi us mrning-piace- s don't know won't hurt you.' ""Jm. or this trip is to study tho Stock yards, Johnson and Main Sts., ti' tiiiticiia UK ! VVHl oil"" nilllli'l'li'l Ilii ftMi nihil ml i clirwtf III IMII I ni Iia.i S. S. Lesson. ill I IV nillTIir tn linuil 118 ni.Alil.ilim . .u i manors or PAitinlim r r " poor Pnilc,P10 tll0 oveiiing of tho 27th, spreading if oino authentic papors concerning whom tho Incas subdued. 1 heso rapidly bygiene." a' nbo ll U'o PAGE 3. Mountain Agriculture. 'Gaston Calmello's relations with tho'""'.0, 1,1,1 than five oUier diseases? prehistoric people wero in a high- - of build, overWo 1000 8lu,e acres ..So ono lnlgIll slll,so rcturned ,N 8. Nearl ) fcll Hungarian Meadows and Pastures. governmenl. tho At o or them? lho ,10st ,,PyI., "stil y0u can w slato of olvil.zaton than tho to tho flamoSi T0 flro Insfrring Farmers' Meeting. t me time ho proposed reading M. ,slll',, "!? io mo samo oxieni. jno man scarcelv oxnect n nnwsnaner lo inn ent Indians. Their work In pottery M'liinli ina tint en n i fnliiiitf I , Ilerea College Canning Industry. . i u down its ow oily. 1'vo known bus- - was not only finely modeled but well destroying 'u l' " lu" Adopts Now Road Policy. i,osed Io bo iu bis nossossion. tho frelsht denoL manv Vurtnont In op. -- njeasles, iness to suffer for a year from sen- - ornamented. Dr. tarabeo expeclsjvate dwellings wpre damaged, ibis will be shows how a teslan.cn- I ' whooping-coug- h PAGE 4. Local News. and diphtheri- a- satlonal reports of an epidemic." j tary fraud was executed. f lo a section where so far as j Several persons wore, injured, by tho Tho Fountain Pen. """ " ".,u "' Tho other grunted. "If a pest "u "u fire and overcomo.by heat. $175,-0- 00 Troubles in England Continue ""J" of tho loss will fall upon tho Dublin, Ireland, July 27. Condi- -' 'U,mi' 'oup '1'PWherm death rate of poisonous spiders suddenly bred ' Mrs. Carman Out on $20,000 Bail 5. General News, (conl.) PA0E and spread in WorlblriKton. lho I Slio may bo Indicted again. Just Bourbon Stock Company, practitious Iu Ireland nro approaching, , , News of Week (cont.) exception to too nowspapers would bo full of It, and bow strong a case they may havo in cally tho entire loss is; covered by civil war. In Dublin an,! in Cn- ' PAGE 6. Serial Story. ilhollc Ireland imich excitement pre-- 1 n,1'0- - J,,w rat, '3 iocreasing." commend the Uo now Indictment Is not niado insurance. everybody would ,)r- - St row brought his band down Short Story A Liltlo Tragedy of The Vailed over, t bo conflict between tho printing of tho facts as a necessary known. ,Sho was about lo give up TUBERCULOSIS COMMISSION, AT Plains. WORK .British regular troops and lho Irish ,,al m ,h" ,nbl wilh a forco which warning and safeguard. But when a bw vacation pleasure in order to . As a result of tho work done, by imlioualists 4i) which four porsons "m" 1119 "tip jump in us saucer, pest of poisonous germs breeds and , watch tho proceedings closely, PAGE 7. Homo Department. . ' misnamed Publio Health wurtikilledandmanv woiuide.l. forlv "A'"l spreads, Business sets its linger to $34,000,000 to Handle Year's Harvest Mr. E. 11. Sapp in Greenup County. Verso for This Week. I itu Una uiiu of whom aro in hospitals In serious i I.caguo proposes to lako some ac no Mft'a iin.t oa3, Mlnelil nn.l 41ml News from Washington of tho In " ri,i,.i. v v hwuuh vi uiu wvum; 11119111 -. ; "' . tuiti 4"" . fy 4 What Rln Is.. i. says mat tne federal Treasury was reached by illustrated lectures, conditions. Tho shooting by tho, 11011 "Kninsi uio man who is shown newspapers obey. You'ro a bust-ytu- th Novia Scotia Letter. banks a County Health League has boon deposit iu national 'ver ovldcnco you'vo suggost- - ne8S ,naili j asMm,, Mr. Clydo? H king's troops into tho crowd wnsoc-,l,- y Poems for "Spcvcbes." uio country npproxi- - formed with proininont citizens as '"'is far, to no tno rigui man in frankly, I haven't very much 'casioned by interference to tho Na-il- '(i Vfelit placo!" PAGE 8. Kaslem Ky. News. bringing in arpis and tun- - U point of malcly $31,000,000 to movo tho crops h8 officers. Thoy have an appro- puthy with tho business Uonallsts nt tixttn Song-Ki- nd land Dromoto business generally, wtua tt Mils I iv I rm I "W(tt llm tl (tli i do ttn va to Words Can Never Die. Markets. (Continued on Page 5.) (Continued on Pago 5.) (Continued on Page 5.) (Continued on page five) show hi bis favor any more than self-tilli- THE HEALTH MASTER I four-stor- sud-enli- short-circuite- d pe .,,, ,.. I I. ,,, I rtsi en gen-tok- en , is-h- '" Kl" f open-Havin- y . - ... ,, ... .,!. ,..... ,- is-.- 10 a"yoo ,s . K I . "'1,. Z'Lir I ", . ss I I 11 a m :... I I f I f ... prcS-vicU- ..... Page Two, m GITUHI A. F. THAVIIPS FAMOUS BAND AND ORCHESTRA July 83, itii. The Citizen family newspaper for all that It right, true and Interesting. ftibllalied every Thnrwlaj l Berea, Ky. toNATlONAL (Conducted liy the National Woman's Chrtatlan Temperance union.) BEREA PUBLfsHING C It WERTENBERGER. Mi-t- !o f. O. BOWMAN, Aaairtant Hmi PAVADI.K IN ADVANCK CO. (Incorporated) WM. C FROST. EAor4CWt smiiimissnrsyisTHi jjjjhHHjji " iwirsMmmerasmfi'-'ri- l smlmlm4smesmTmsimH fctitoe Subscription Ratos Year Alt Month Toff Month One . ... rot-offlc- e 1,0 ... c .. 34 rent tamp. or KipreM Monty Send money by Order. Draft, Rf glMered letter, of one and two The date after your name on label ahowa to It la not date your auhacrlpllon la paid. will be gladly auiplled If we what chanted within three weeka alter renewal ate notified. notify ua. Miming number Liberal terma given to any who obtain new utcrlptlona for u. Any one armllng ua four reaflaabacrlpllonacan recelreTheCltlten free tor hfmaelf for one year. AdTertlMng f atea on application. MKURKR OF ton, August 3 to 8, with his famous band and opera organization. This Whiskey Advertisements! No young Russian band leader has won No Immodest News Items! an enviable place in modern music with his vigorous methods and his tasteful programs. Not only Is he known in amusement parks, such as For School Children oi the Moun- White City In Chicago, where he has played for the past five seasons, but tains at state fairs, such as Texas, and at acThe Citizen proposes to get Chautauqua throughout the length quainted with the bright boys and and breadth of the land. He has found favor with music lovers Id all girls who are attending the public walks of life, and has gained fame In schools of the mountains this Sum- every quarter of the country. KKNTUCKY TRUSS ASSOCIATION. Versallty Is ono ot the great features of the A. V. Thavlu, who Is coming to the Blue Grass Fair at Lexing- Citizen Prizes mer. ...!). In Vnnn. whnl vmi nrfl think, and to wrile. Wo hopo to thinking about, and to sco now have somq of these compositions to brightly you can express your print in The Citizen right soon. Now teachers, it is for you to school thoughts in start your bright scholars. Mako pieces. We offer a Prize for every school. August 21 a big day in your district. We ask tho teacher in each school Who knows but that you may deto appoint an hour (we suggest tho velop in your school the winner third Friday of August) for the among a hundred competitors? reading of compositions by the old- Somebody is going to have each of er scholats. In every district in these prizes. Why not somo of your which as many as four good com- scholars? positions aro read we will send The THE TOLERANT SEX. Citizen for one year to the author of tho one which tho teacher deEOriOE was a fellow who never could cides is the best. see Here axe the conditions: That women knew more than their mere A C 1. Each composition must be the comment real thought of the boy or girl who The with alee that always he'd chortle " writes it and not borrowed from Was: "She does pretty well for a any book or older person, and .must contain from 400 to 800 words. A (irl wrote a book, an astonishing hit. of 2. The writers may choose their A model you style, to say no hlng of wit.to could get that poor boob But all own subjects and titles but we sugadmit to be an Was: "She wrltea pretty well for a gest for boys "A Man Fit T woll-writtcn G 11 worn-an.- Examplo" and for girls "A Woman Fit to be an Example." Do not take any one person, but just imagine a person with the good qualities which you have seen here and there. Do not take a great public man like Lincoln though you may use some things that were in Lincoln, but describe a man or woirian fit to be an example right in your own county. 3. Bo sure to make it interesting Start with something startling and conclude with something conclusive. Get in jokes and stories. Make your hearers see things as you do. 4. Write with ink, on one side of the paper, only. Underscore your title, make good sentences and group them in paragraphs and have a composition fit to print. K. Tho teacher must send the four best compositions at least four with the names and post-or-fladdress of the authors to The Citizen, and tell which one is in his Judgment the best. To the author of that essay The Citizen will be sent free for one year. The teacher shall grade the papers on the scale of 100, allowing; 36 points for soundness and importance of the thought presented. 35 points for the interesting way in which the thought is presented. 10 points for correct structure of sentences, use of words, paragraphing and capitalization. 10 points for correct spelling. 10 points for clear handwriting. Three Prizes for the Best of AIL compositions that are These judged best in the different schools will then be compared by our Managing Editor, Mr. Wertenberger, and friends he may select to assist him, and the best three of them will have still larger prizes. Tho value of these larger prizes will depend upon the number of schools competing. If there are as many as one hundred schools competing the prizes will be: First Prize. School Bills, (Board, Room, Incidental Fees) for one year in Berea, (81 to 891.60, according to the department entered. Second Prize. School Bills for two terms in Berea, 958.50 to 865i0. Third Prize. School Bills for one term in Berea (Fall term is longest) 9.B0 to tttM. If there are less than 100 competitors the prizes will be one-ha- lf U above amounts. Haw lays aid Ciris, begin to co woman." fled?. lie married at last. Was his prejudice You've never met George. On the day he was wed lie yielded a lot, for I'm told that he said. "She's a pretty good sort for a woman." They'd go to a lecture, they'd so to a play, Where woman was "It and where man was pane, But all you could ever Induce him to bray Was: "She does pretty well for a worn- Tbelr baby was born. Aa he stood at the side Of the bed and looked down at his wife, happy eyed. And the Infant. I'm told he admitted with pride That she'd done pretty well "for a wom- beautiful models and actresses Separated. g Also a Mrs. Wabasb So they have drifted Johnny. For Mrs. Brigs la so good looking that apart? FOUNTAIN PEN Mrs, Dearborn Well, I don't know Mr. Brlgga seldom finds It In bis heart as you could call It drifting, exactly. All for only 50 cents to be angry with her, but he was real, ly cross when she returned from Flor- But hereafter they've decided to paddle The greatest bargain in beautiful cards Yonkers 8tntemun. their own cauoea ida. and rare art pictures ever offered. Many are hard to obtain and have sold singly "I, understand," be said, "that you Interrupted Prospects. for the price we ask tor alL These will passed yourself off as a widow while Ilapturous Swain And when we are go qokkly te all lovers of the beautiful in you were away. How about ltr' married we will be Ideally happy sndj nature who appreciate kakk akt fii; Bbe admitted It TURES of well developed models. "You ought to be ashamed of your- live on, and live foe nt sin pen free A Father Well, not on me. ' with Tellable self," said Drlggs. "but I suppose yon each order. These a locks have sold Baltimore American. for ooe dollar in stores. an not." The 100 beaatlml cards and pen all for "Of course I am not," said Mrs. Refining Influence. bat 30c and lc In stamps fee poet age. "1 only did It on Dries serenely. you think the auto baa an Frost-- Do Johnny's account I wanted htm to ART PORTRAYAL CO. have a good time, and ha did. You ennobling Influence? 8now-W- ell. speaking personally, we have no Idea bow kind all the gentleDAYTON, OHIO Judge. have been fined and refined. men were to him." New York Times. Self-Fillinself-filli- an." -- Puck. NOT A GOOD ADVERTISEMENT. In the front window of a Columbus (O.) saloon, during the stato fair week, was a largo glass tank filled with water In which wcro hundreds of fish. It always attracted a crowd. A young follow, after watching the fish for somo time, stepped Inside and said to the proprietor: "That's a catchy advertisement In your window." "It "Yes," said tho soloonkeeper, attracts much attention." "Hut," said tho visitor, "you are losing an Important point lniload of Oiling that tank with water, why don't you fill It with your beer of whisky T" fool," "Why, you blanketyblank said the saloonkeeper, "the flih would all die If I were to carry out your Idea." "Well," remarked the young man, "If that is tbo case. It Is not a good Combined with his power as a con- public fancy, and his return engage- advertisement for your business, after with all. ductor, he Is a cornctlst of great ments nro always welcomed If beer and whisky kill fish, ability and his playing has been much enthusiasm. He Is young, vigor-ouwhat chance have men who drink the and tactful. H Is n musician who stuff? praised In the highest terms by some You have suggested a good of the best critics In the country, no- obtains tho most vivid effects without text for the temperance talk to my tably by William Lines Hubbard, the recourse to buffoonery or chicanery. Sunday school next Sunday." great musical critic of tho Chicago Ho knows music and knows his audiTribune. As a program maker, Mr. ences. He has ono of the very best PRODUCTION DECREA8INQ. Thavlu is without a peer or a rival. organizations on the road this season Right understanding of the Internal Ho seems Instinctively to know what and not only carries a band that la report, It Is pointed out, explains the people want and he can vary his perfect In every detail but also pro- apparent Inconsistency between altho program to suit any gathering, from vides an opera company that offers leged Incresscd consumption of liquor tho frivolous crowds nt summer parks grand opera In the best taste and In and Increased temperanse area. Such who seek nothing but the gayer and the best manner. Without a doubt the understanding Is that the figures are lighter melodies, to the more sedate presence of Thavlu In Lexington will based upon the number of gallons and serious gatherings In Chautauquas be a rare treat to all classes, from the withdrawn from the government warewho demand music of a higher grade stickler for classics, to those who are houses, not upon the actual amount fond ot the lighter popular tune of and style. consumed. The utterances of liquor He has taken a great hold on the the day. Journals contlnsally strengthen this In a recent Issue M Ida's position. Criterion, speaking ot th expected 1'vo hnU no nnswor j will be returned." business conditions, tells us editorI though. ially that "tho problem of the surDo you think n Marks Gracious! plus produced In the previous three woman would own up to that descripyears will still remain an Incubus on tion for J3.BO? Doston Transcript the market." It says, moreover, that ILLUSTRATED 320 PAGES received "from rellablii Information A Hard Tussle. from distillers, production during the Telli all about sex matters; what months of Msrch and April will show vounc men and wo.T.en, young wives a very material decrease from the figand huibanda and all others need to know about the sacred laws that govern ures of last year, and a still further the sex forces. Plain truths of sex decrease during the months ot May life in relation to happlneat In marriage and June." "Secrets" of manhood and womanhood; sexual abuiei, social evil, diieaici, etc NEW LIGHT SHED. 2f t pa am The latest, molt sdvanced and com For the first time In the history of prehenalve work that has ever been issued on sexual hygiene. Priceless In. the temperance controversy we are struction forthoiewho sre ready for the able to challenge the statement that true Inner teaching. moderate drinking la a aafer and saner This book tells nurec, teachers, doc- position, and more heroic and Influenj .bssbsbp i tors, lawyers preschers, loclsl workers, tial ethically than total abstinence. Sundav School teachers and all others, theory Is now practiyoung and old, what all need to know This convenient .. . Well, my little lad. Old Gentleman mantra, ii l.tiiiiiciuI i . . cally disproved by the discovery of In itj it I : t ouu small doses of alcohol, far short that iddui are you going asblug or aro you going Mall, Ph. D M. U. (Leipzig). ducing the signs we are accustomed to school? Newspaper Comments to associate with drunkenneas, set up Little Lsd- -1 tlunno yet I'm Jes' symp with tuo conscience. PhilaSclentlficslly Chlcsgo Insidious, but no less serious, recog correct." delphia Ledger. toms of disease. It is now well Tribune, "Accurate snd up to dste." Philadelphia l'resa. "Standard book nised that a man may pass out ot life No Chance. of knowledge." 1'hlldelphla Ledger, with the reputation ot a sober and The New York World says : "Plain blameless citizen, and even In the "Why did you quarrel'" "She wanted me to bold bcr band truths for thoie who need or ougnt to "odor of sanctity," who has shortened know them lor the prevention ot evilt." his days and Induced the fatal disease at a crowded reception." Under plain wrapper for only Sr.oo. by slow poisoning with alcohol. Dr. "Why didn't your Coin or Money Order postage ten cents Alex. Walker, J. P., Edinburgh. "I was already holding a plate of extra. salad In one fist and a cup of coffee In the other, with no earthly chance to EDUCATIONAL PROPAGANDA. MIAMI PUBLISHING CO. set anything down." Kansas City JourThe United SUtes llrewers' asso Dayton, Ohio nal. ciation, according to the Urewers' Journal, New York, Is planning to add Eagerly Communicative. to their systematic "educational" de "A man ought not to have any sefense propaganda a unique moving pic wife." crets from bis ture plea and argument In the form . "Secrets!" exclaimed Mr. ot an exhibit which It boldly anBeautiful and Colored Im"1 spend hours trying to make un nounces will be utilised at "county pression on Henrietta by thinking up fairs, and other public occasions something to tell her that she doesn't throughout the country" aa a "part ot know." Washington Star. Many are rich, rare, pictures of the organised brewers' campaign of s (fly H. O. BGI.t.KllH, Director of Kvenlng ppaninenx, i ne xhowjt itiuic iiwuiuw, C'lilcaso.) SlNWSdrOOL Lesson LESSON FOR AUGUST 2 THE TRIUMPHAL ENTRY. lce greatly, O flOMlKN daughter of .Ion. admit. O daughter of thy king cornel li unto Jrriiaalem, 1L V. thee." Zech. Ti:XT-"IUJoe l.KHSON TKXT-Ms- rk 11:1-11- .' SEXUAL KNOWLEDGE nt-o?1C5- in 100 Met-kton- POST CARDS education." till Climbing. "Have yon ever heard Jlmklns relate about the time be got halfway up Meat Blanc with one of his little nephews and no guide f ' asked one man of an other. The Central and Eastern Kentucky Real Estate and Timber Agency OF BEREA. KY. Solicit 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 Berea you know), Farm lands in the garden spot of the world, (that's Central Kentucky too), Mineral, Timber Lands tor Timber Propositions, in one of the richest sections in the United States in natural resources ( that's Eastern Kentucky also )t or a like proposition in any other part of God's country (that's the South Land sure) the opening of is going to turn 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 for the fun of it, ,but a very reasonable commission. the evasive reply. ltr was March, when he'd "Last "How long ago did he tell, you about Just got home," said the Drat man. "Well," said the giber. 'In eight months slnre then he baa climbed the rest of the way, succored a fainting guide, and survived a snowstorm on the summit resuscitated two benumbed stranger on the way down and guided the entire party to the foot. Where a group of frantic relative was waitlng."-8acredll- esrt Review. the woaaaa wise Mirks dropped the pane, bet leet her ta tkw crowd. Did you advertise for herl Farks-X-es; I pat tale ta. "K Uta tery homely woman, of Jerty. wearing a Asses. eC last year style aad asoet snUNaUag hat wHe Vast aet para Bo you saw i Why the DUnt Aly. A Sepsera NoTiMaeNeMoawyPaid No. ISO, Deal ia Our Motto WHAT BEER WILL DO. (Pa.) sheriff raided Joy. A WIIkes-Darr- e months ago, and In one a apeak-easEffect ef Psychology. bottle of beer he found a frog. He Borne of that crowd were doubtless sealed the bottle, marked It, and put moved by the "psychology ot the It away. Lately he came across It crowd," and their devotion waa shortagain. The seal was Intact, but the lived. It Is not hard to Imagine the frog had been eaten completely to effect this strange proceetloa must naught by the acid In the beer. Now have produced upon the city as It the' sheriff doubta If a beverage which moved on to the temple. Soma threw can eat a frog can be good for a bu their garments upon the ground to man stomach. Exchange. pave his way. Others took palm branches (John 12:13) and strewed CHILDRBN naacuED. them la his path. S. Foxton Jonas, superintendent ot Some of the Pharisees cried oat Dr. against this deaaosstratloa, Lake the Irish work la connection with Darnardo'a Homes, says 10,000 chil- 39, but the Msster replied, "If these dren have been rescued. About 7 should hold tbelr peace the ttoaee per cent of these cases are directly would Immediately cry oat," Lake it; attributed to the drtsk traffic Dut 40. From Luke's account we see that for the drink cars these great In Jesus did not seem to I ha re the joy stitutions would very shortly close of that day, Luke l:0-a- . He saw the end from the begtnalag, aad righttheir doers. ly estimated, at Its trtfs valae, the evanescent adulation of the crowd. ENGLAND'S DRINK BILL. Summary, This Is a strings trtampa. As reported la The AUlaaee News upon estimates ssade by Mr. George What a variety ef emottaaa It mast 0. Wilson, secretary of the Ualted have arouses). Those ef the disciples, Kingdom alliance, Greet Britain's the crowd, the Jewish, sects, the Rodrink bill for the past year was over man soldiers and eltlseas. aad la the els millions ot dollars lees than the breast ot Jesaa. How different taaa year previous. Tktare palaces" have the triumphal prossasloae of Rosae. become a oempetKer wita ins eaaiie Heaven also saw Use create at that day. houses thro eg host the kingdom. The cloth lag east before aim sacs he of sacrifice oa his behalf. The chantMORR TAX ON HOTSLA, New York State Ksclse CoamUeioa-e- r ing of children's votcee ware a aroeh-ec- y of his ultimate vie tery, Farley, la his annas) report, favors The aiseipiea aad the mesUtade were taxing hotels more taaa saloons, suggests a pro via loti of law whereby filled with hope. The OaJtUeaaa soared when a dtstjtei votes dry, seme person forth their paean of praise aad eroKa-tloThe rwlera of MraeL la It may sell lleeor ea aewttoa of II aereeat of the eleetors, sad vice versa already plotting hla arrest, meat aavW y Mnrk devotes 233 verses to his ac count of the last week of our Ixird's life and 425 to all tho balance. Matthew devotes seven chapters and I.uko five. If all or tho llfo of Jesus had been given to us In like ratio It would havn taken nt least 80 volumes In which to tell us tbo story. Today's Irnon li the Introduction to that week. We must consider his entry In Its light upon the whole movement of his llfo. Ills Instructions how to sccuro tho colt seem to Indlcato his Intention to provoke a demonstration. Though often In Je ruralem before, this was a different occasion, and for a different purpose. Ilefore he did not provoke his conflicts, now ho courts publicity, that he may fasten hla claims upon the attention of all. Test of Faith. I. "The Lord hath need of him," It waa a teat of faith for these w. dlrclplcstoobey tho Lord's commsnd (v. 2), yet they did precisely what they were commanded to do (v. 6). Obedience Is the supreme test ot John 15: H. When the disciples entered the village, (v. 1) they found tho colt "whereon no man ever yet sat." Jcaus knew all and had the keys to the human heart Perhaps this colt belonged to a disciple, hence the willingness to let It be used for tho occasion Jesus waa for tho first and only time assuming. Many disciples are not willing to be ao explicitly and simply obedient This obedience Is heightened when we remember how tbo disciples had followed Jesus towarda Jerusalem "amazed" and perplexed. Those who stood by asked tho very question suggested by Jesus, v. t cf. As these disciples cast their v. 3. garments upon tho colt for Jesus to sit upon, they proclaimed thetejay. leglance to him as king. Literally, II. "Hosanna" w. "save now." Pa. 118:2S, 21. Ills entry waa charactcrlxed by a remarkable outbreak of enthusiasm. Hefore this only the disciples accepted his kingdom claims, now tho multitude found their expression of gratification. Passing Into the city, sitting upon the colt, ho was accompanied by their chants of praise. Their first word was, their last "Hoaanna In the highest." lletween these they exclaimed. "Blessed Is the kingdom that cometh, of our father David." It has been suggested that this host was made up largely of Galileans, and that theirs was an appeal to the city to receive the one who was coming, hence tbelr double blessing to the king snd to the kingdom. Jesus seems to have yielded bis whole soul to this glad acclaim. It waa a necessary part of that dignity which should properly be accorded to tho Messiah on this his last entry into the Holy City. This suggestion about the Galileans may explain the cry uttered the last part of the week by the citizens of Jerusalem, "Crucify him." Still we feel sure that many of this same crowd Joined this latter cry. The use of the word "many" (v. I) seems to Indicate that everyone Joined the acclamations of "Ho-sann- a 1: a4 a. PB.imlaa; atwday win' sjjje-ajsreasrt- y UM. aa leyhttea attest J. W. HOSK1N5, Mft. presented dark aad sinister flies Ja tbo midst of all this what of hla heart? Was It not tiled with leae CAOeX eT HUNRY CHtLMiN. atlas Aamee aak says K is bisaass ItaessT Did he aot know the mletakea af U aasec uawe uu.aw tevae la see), U felae haves, the sreasad aa aae warn serve aMS ta Otatayr Yet, be to aa ejeae. a as to a wet aseirtet MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Prof. Frank S. Montgomery, Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator. MEADOWS AND PASTURES On Interesting Farmers' Meeting Bern College -- ;ii im 11 in 1 11 mum 11 Experiment Farm VERMONT ADOPTS GOOD ROADS. (Continue! Timothy is n liny rntlier tlinn a msliire (trnsB, nnd ns such Is the ender mid Mnndnrri. II should bo used In nil liny pastures on nil soil oxoept llio poorest. It Is not n good pnsltirc grnss, docs not stand Irnmp-In- g, Inil rooms earlier and slnys Inter than Wuu ftrnss, ntid sliould bo sown iii pnsturo mixtures. Blu Grass is the chief pnsturo grass on lime soils north of North Carolina nml Tennessee. It makes n good sod in llireo years, nnd ninkes It Is good onrly nnd Into pastures. Jiest to sow clovers nnd other grasses with II. Red Top with timothy should be tho linsls of nil meadow mixtures, nnd with lilue Ornas should bo the It basis of nil pasture mixtures. fgrows on wet arid or thin soils where timothy or Blue grass fall. Orchard Grass makes good hay with lied Clover, both ripening at f the same lime. It ripens too early For pasfor timothy or red top. I ture it Is persistent and stnrts early In the spring hul is not ns pnlntahlo Inter on ns Illue grnss. It endures bent, cold, nnd does bettor on thin land tlinn Timothy or Hluo (Irnss. Meadow rescue makes n good sod !a I I I... I.. ,1.- 111 mm! yruin nun in mri rim v I. amii permanent meadows and iidnpted to Kxeept for this trail It piislures. tins no advantage over Timothy or Bed Top for hay. Hluo' Grass can ho replaced by it on moist laud. Tall Ott Grass is adapted to poor lor sandy soils where other grnsses It is very early, do not thrive. hardy nnd productive, but makes hay of nu inferior quality and ns n pasture grass is lacking in palatn-liillt- y. It ripens with Orchard grass. Perennial Rye Grass is used for pastures hut cannot compcto with strong grasses nnd mixtures. II is ! hnrdy nnd grows fast on rich soil. It can lie used In the mixtures recommended. Red Clover should he sown with all mixtures as Indicated. For hay it is4, its best nbout two wks ahe.of timothy, ripening at tho same, time ns Orchard Grass. For pnstures it is excellent, reseeding often if not glared loo close. 1 elf Mammoth or Sapling Clover Is rnnker In growth llinn lied Clover, ripens with Timothy nnd Is the licsl clover lo sow with it except on rich soil where Its growth Is too heavy nnd course. On dnmp soils it Is belter than Hed Clover. Alsike Clover does not make ns inurh liny ns other clovers but slnnds more wet or noid soil nnd is valuable on such soils for liny or pnslure. On "clover sick" soils whero llmo does not correct tho trouhlo substitute Miuninoth or Alsiko for Hed Clover. Do Fall Plowing Early Are you going lo sow wheat, rye, or barley on stubble lnnd that will have to bo turned? If so, the plowing should he done nt once, eight inches deep if possible, and tho plow followed ImiiHMliately with harrow and drag or roller to smooth nnd pack the ground to prevent drying out. It should have nl least ono more cultivation in August to keep a dust on the surface to hold moisture. This will preserve a fine, deep, fairly packed seed bed In which the grain can he sown sometime in September, llye nnd barley should be sown early in September, nnd so should whenl except for the lly, which mnkes it generally advisable to wail until the middle or latter part of the month for seeding. NOTES Saturdny, July 25, nearly Ihlrly Interested firmer seekers nf tcr truth nnd knowledge mcl nl the call of Mr. Montgomery on the Berea College Experiment Farm noar Silver fireek church. Much lias been snid about results on the four ncres plotted for experiment purport's; but talking is not so convincing ns seeing so Mr. Montgomery invited nil his farmer friends to look for and actually seo results for themselves; which those whose names are below honorably mentioned met him on the ground and attentively listened for more than an hour to his explanations of Just how the experiments nro made and calling their attention to visible results. Not n theory nny more with Ihoso who want to do belter farming ami land improving. (I is now cut your fertilizer hill in two. Tills is Important nnd not difllcult lo do when you know how. Nature Is willing to help the farmer do this if he cooperates. How about those different tests of fertilizers nnd tho use of lime on tho plots? Those who were nt the meeting Saturdny know about them. What do cowpcas nnd do for land that lias been thrown out ns waste land? This does not need n written answer because t tip corresponding ivsults show what they will do If .Mr. Farmer does his part. It is a feast for eyes and soul to look out over the beautiful cowpea field Hint but recently was a mess of briers and sassafras grubs.. What soy-beans enn be done hero can be dono other places; yes on your own farm that now makes you feel a liltlo awry when tho expert calls on you. How about lime and red clover? This lesl is most marked. No lime, no clover is Hie verdlrl of tho tests Aro you scared lo grow made. sweet clover, for fear it will take your farm? Don't tako Mr. Scare-body- 's word for II; be never gave It n fair lest like you Unci nt the StaIlelleve your own eyes and tion. go in on sweet clover for feed and n soil builder. Mr. Oeorge Pigg, who has been doing the work on tho farm with his largo mules plowed three inches deeper than usual; thus lo him and his son much credit is duo for the rapid improvement of the old It is encouraging discarded Held. to havo this Interest taken by tho operators. Success Is In their path ns Good roads are like other good things. It takes time and ex- to keep them with ROAD POLICY ; penseproper enre nf up, but, after them, tho they have been properly con- ; I structcd the cost wld be nomlnnl, but If they are neglected they Costly Highways to Bi Built l will soon give trouble nnd he- como cosily to maintain. The '. ' thing to do Is always to keep the My When Netded. NEW ; ; '. '. '. ', '. '. ECONOMY FOR LIGHT TRAVEL Macadam and Other Types of Expansive Construction Will Be Abandoned. Brick and Concrete Roads Will Be Made Near Large Cities. Scarcely less Important than tho brick road message of Governor Glynn of Now York Is tho announcement of tho rond policy adopted for this year by Vermont. As explained by State Highway Commissioner Charles V. Gates nt a recent meeting of town rond commissioners, ho Intends to use tho state appropriation of nbout 000 in building trnnk roads nnd to spend funds amounting to more than $75,000 derived from motor vehicles In keeping tho mcnt traveled routes In repair. He will abandon macadam nnd other types of expensive construction and return to earth nnd gravel on the less traveled highways. ' These plans will bnve the approval of nutomoblllsts who contemplate taking part In the national touring week that Is being promoted by the national automobile chamber of commerce nnd the American Automobile association. The White mountains In New Hampshire will be the objective point of , hundreds of touring parties that will pass through Vermont during the week ending July 4 because of the Chicago and Boston run for the GUdden tro- -' pby terminating at Boston on July 3 and the semiannual meeting of the American Automobile association at Bretton Woods on July 4. Apart from the advantages of Inducing automobile travel, which are well known to New England, highway commissioners, the plan adopted by Vermont, together with a determination to build brick, concrete or other equally duratae roads near large cities, and wherever else a large volume of traffic makes the cost of maintaining macadam excessive. Is generally considered a sound, economic policy. Any state can gradually get permanent roads to carry Its heaviest traffic without Incurring any additional expense or curtailing the mileage of road Improvement by combining the policies advocated by the two states. For every mile of gravel road that Is made Instead of macadam, the state can build one mile of concrete road Instead of macadam without the combined cost exceeding that of two miles of macadam or stone road. Gravel roads, costing from $2,000 to $3,000 a mile, will meet the demands of the farmers and automobile tourists, and concrete or brick roads, costing from $10,000 to $25,000 a mile will be a boon to all users of heavy teams, motor trucks and passenger vehicles and to property owners. Gravel, brick and concrete roads cost much less to keep In repair than mac-- , adam roads, so the adoption or this policy would result In an annual saving of several hundred dollars a mile over the all macadam system. road-makin- g !! '. ' 11 ' '. 11 ' ! '. I! ;! '. '. farmer can afford to miss these vnlunble lessons on farming and bettor farming. Wo give here (be names of those present as near as wo can recall. If your name is omitted como to our next call meeting and correct us. J. M. Baker, W. D. Lewis, Joe Lewis, T. G. Todd, Wm. Todd, A. Ilurnell, Geo. Pigg, M. D. Fowler, n, .Ins. Fowler, Carlos Fowler, Jim W. D. Knuckles, James Stephens, Ili'nton Fielder, John Davis, Win. Davis. Sam Davis, C. H. Alf Johnson, H. 0. Lamb, Uralcher, Ilratcher, Frank Jas. Lester Hill, Geo. Bralchcr. No Ha-gaWer-tenlierg- er, fanners. ;; '. '. first class condition. Dirt roads would be loss ox pen- - ; ) slvo and more ntlfuctury If they were kept In good condition by '. the use of the split log drag. But there nre some who do not " want even good dirt roads If they must devote their time to ; keeping them up. There nre few of these, but there are many who ' ; are cnreless nbout rood working, which. If properly done, means ; rond keeping. It takes time and money to have good roads of any kind, but the money spent on ' them Is on Investment which pays large dividends In savings on cost of transportation of ; ; products, on vehicles, harness and above nil, comfort and hap- - ; Why not securo theso plness. dividends? They are everywhere ; ; to be had for the asking. roads In '. I-1 1 I H CONVICT ROAD LABOR. Six Big Days and Nights BLUE GRASS FAIR August 3rd to 8th, 1914 $20,000 25 Special Cars 0 itegiu now to plan for n good bunch of early pigs next spring lo hog down at least part of your wheat or rye. You can realize For the first time, as an experiabout 91.00 per bushel for the grain, save nil expense of harvesting and ment and the good that might be marketing and maintain soil fer- done for the folks who live whero tility easily. the blackberries go to waste annually, did Mr. Fletcher venture to acDon't neglect to plan for rye this cept an invitation from friends near fnll. You will need winter and Kirby Knob, Jackson Co., in the early spring pasture. Powell settlement, to come with his canning outfit nnd competent asCowpea hay does not keep In sistance from the student body for stacks unless covered wilh some a two weeks' campaign in the kind of grass hay. Hotter plan now mountains. while work is not pressing to build The out tit was operated at tho a hay barn or shed. home of Elijah Stewart where the good Don't sell your wheat al 75c per berries of an exceptionally quality as well as quantity covered hii. Soak it and reed it to hogs and the surrounding hills. One of those realize at least 11.00 per bu. pure, cold mountain springs trickled from beneath tho near-b- y hill from which the supply of water came for the canning. The best of cooperation on the part of the neighbors was obtained in gathering the berries. Men, women and children got busy: sixteen different families took an activo part in picking at 8o per gallon. More than 1.000 gallons were gath(Incorporated) ered and canned in pint and gallon cans, ready for market. The question conies up, does it pay lo take care of the berries in this way I Yes, when we consider how thoy havo IN PREMIUMS-$20,0- 00 gone to waste all these years, the natural fruit of tho land and truly HERBERT A. KLINE'S SHOWS His blessing to tho people, and how Berea College Canning Industry pickhappy more than twenty-flv- o ers were made on the 23rd, inst., when pay day came and a general rally of the neighbors took place on the scene of the recent activities. Mr. Fletcher gave a party on tho occasion of closing tho work serving lemonade and cako and a good dinner for all. Prizes were given to the families represented in the enterprise and a first, second and third prize to the star pickers which were respectively awarded to Wm. Markcm's family,' N. Isaacs' family and. F. Kerby and family Eleven galvanized pails were given to as many families. 1st prize was a lantern, 2nd prize, a lamp and 3rd, n bag of candy. More than $100 in cash was left in tho neighborhood besides $5 worth of prizes. Tho whole transaction including cans and sundry evpenses anion nt ed to 1300 in round numbers. The interest manifested by the oil izens of that vicinity in tho indus try was verified in a moro substan tial way by Mr. Nathan Pearson who at the close of the rally bought tho entire canning outfit which ho will operate at his fruit farm near Kirby Knob. So the interest grows as we acquire information how to do tilings and what was once loss is now gain. Miirli credit is duo Mr. Fletcher for this forward move. Columbia University Investigator Submits Facts Supporting tha Idsa. Road building by convicts has stood the test of the scientific Investigation made for Columbia university, through, Its graduate highway department, by Sidney Wllmot, a road engineer, recently an advanced student In 'that university nnd nttnehed to the staff of the national committee on prison labor. The Investigation Into the costs of convict labor on the roads emphasizes clearly the economic advantage obtain-e- d by this Joining of the problems of the convict nnd the road. This advantage reverts to the taxpayer and also to the convict's family, through the wage which can be paid for his labor. The Academy of Political Science has undertaken to make this study atajaaHalaKv yM-'i- J1 til VJ --fri. 5476 300 People THAVIU'S BAND AND CONCERT COMPANY 45 High Claaa Artists e Grand Opera Stagers, Stag era, Tango Dancera Rag-Tim- Harness Races and Running Races Daily. Biggest and best Fair in the Middle West. Lexington is the Capitol of the Horse World; All the Champions Will Be Here. For Kntry Blanks or Information, address, John W. Bain, Secretary Lexington, Ky. SADDLE HORSES AT THE BLUE GRASS PAIR -i- n I tak II olo4W wltW11l antrlM rssrssentlng Care of Roadaldss. The care of the roadsides in New THE FARMER'S TEAR must bow before tho splendid gifts Tork state has been made the subject Those who seem to tako a gloomy of bountiful Nature, and confess of special orders recently issued by view of the business, outlook should that God is gloriously good to this State Highway Commissioner John N. A Carlisle to the division engineers. look at tho latest crop reports. Corn nation. Christian Herald. law passed in 1011 makes it a misdea 2,800,000,000-bushcrop; winter meanor to remove. Injure or destroy wheat, 055,000,000 bushels; spring mlteboards, milestones, danger signs CANNED wheat, 270,000,000 bushels; oats, or signals or guide signs or posts lawA Record Breaker 1,200,000,000 all of them far above fully within public highways or to 550 gallons peaches canned . Satoverage. place advertisements on siones, trees, Tho crops the ten-ye- ar are tho bright, redeeming feature of urday, July 25, by tho Berea College fences, stumps, boards or buildings Twenty-fiv- e which are the property of others withtho business situation. And the Garden Department. promise is even better than the fig- ladies, live men and boys had hands out obtaining written consent of tho owners or to place such advertiseures show. Even the' pessimist in the days work. ments within the limits of the public highways. The same law authorizes any one to remove or destroy signs ao Commissioner Carlisle's orplaced. Semi-AnnuReport ders call attention to this law and diof the rect the division engineers to have the men In their divisions report to them aa to conditions along the state and county blgbwaya so' that the division engineers- - may taaue aucb orders aa RICHMOND, KENTUCKY are necessary' to' compel compliance At Cloie of Business June 30th, 1914 with the law. The orders state that while care should: of course, be taken RESOURCES to avoid mistakes by directing the removal of legal slgus the commissioner Loaiu and Discounts $49791 )& 53393-7$- , Bonds Owned wishes all possible steps taken In the 6,oia.6ol .... Overdrafts several divisions to see that the law is 19,560:00 Real Estate Owned enforced. 39.7-19- Cash in Our Vault....) Due from Other Banks 3lo.35'-8Qeee)1 Reads In Washington. About $1,000,000 is being expended in $M1,3M.M TOTAL the state of Washington for highway LIABILITIES It la construction and maintenance. estimated that 000 men and 175 teams $iso,ooo.oo- Capital Stock Surplus 30,000.0 are employed la this work. and. ac37J-9Undivided Profits cording to a' statement by State High-wMIndividual Deposlta 977iSM73 Commissioner Buy, the number of 3845; Dae'tu Other Hanks ,mea employed will soon reach 1.000, Trust Funds Deposits 3J.35-'exclusive of contractors, superintend74,933.16Total Depsslt ents and engineers assigned to the iwork by the state highway department TOTAL fMl.SM.tO el al State Bank and Trust Co. convict cAirr or boas worxxbb. available because of Its broad social and political significance. When each,' state and county Is engaged as at present. In the reorganization of its prison system and in endeavoring to do away with crude methods of torture, scientific methods of successfully employing the convicts with advantage to all parties' become of public interest. The findings of the Investigation show that the work performed by th convicts In the different states ranges In value from $1.50 to? $5.70 a day. with' a profit to the state by the use of this labor of from CO cents to $4.03 a day. In short, the contention Is well aus? talned that there la a general and considerable profit at present going to the state by the use of convict labor for road work oyer the cost by other methods of construction, this saving betas; 'quite Independent of locality and types of construction. The prisoner himself benefits' most of' all by his work on the roads. The healthful outdoor labor, tne better food, the Incentive of the honor system and, above all, the wage, Increasing In' proportion to the' profits of' the state, all combine to make him better fitted society. The Investigation proves conclusively that the building of good roads can be made a definite) . factor In the upbuilding1 of men. tore-enter J ru4' y - The stare Is a true and correct statement of the condition of the State Bank tt Trust Compear of Richmond, Ky., at the clot of business on June 3, ,9'4' SnbecrlUed'sHKtis worn' this Wlr let, 1914. R. B. Twa&rJ Cseate tebefors me by R, B.Turley :i- stnswar'coyntiastdi inksnbee tfew Burnt Clay Per Highways. Burnt clay for surfacing blgbwaya ltl, lews, has bft proposed by the that burst all if shs tNstrssssra Wei. C. Smith, Notary Public 1 In w - Mtastaetery of clay has been used la a comb Res In the state wtth It ui'seaW esUbllsh-.EBsat, flaiiAeaMeaaaV tairmtac of sf.a pUat at Fort Masoti for day baa been proposed. results. The Abolishing tho Tumpiks. The last turnpike, or toll road, In New England, or what .Is believed to be the last one, has' recently been abolished. This' is stx1 miles 'of macadam road In tho towns of l'eru and Win-hal- l, Vt. For years local protests were unavailing tn freeing- - the' turnpike of its toll gatesj but whe the road an Important, link In a, popular automobile route through toe Greed mountains the protest' brought' about' state atdon. aneT the toll gates have' bow been rusiove4'an4 the real eisds fret. It is only within the past four years that Ml roads havs bsso abolishes; in Karytand' and' Peaasjrlraals. The fitft Aateriee a' turnpike; It Is said, wss tit ftiiaed dm bstwsssT and Lancaster, tke cocapsay 10 im-a- te for whkk'was ctartM be-caPnits-Mphla' Pago Four. TIIK CITIZEN July 30, 10U. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA The Citizen Premium A NTT AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES BRECK & EVANS Nearly all of the Fire Insurance Companies have withdrawn from the state, but Breck CB. Evans have soms Old Strong Companies that will furnish Any Kind of Insurance you want. THE OCC STUDIO WE MARK PHOTOS In all new and popular styles-oval, round, oblong or square shape, or we'll make you a picture In any distinctive or particular style yon wish. O. C. PURKKY Over Berea Bank and Trust Co. BARGAINS WATCHES WATCHES Go to Marcum's to get your Jow-clr- y. Everything guaranteed. Prices considered. Next door 10 Clarkston's Hardware, Main Street. Hie lowest, quality L. & N, TIME TABLE North Bound, Local 7:00 a. m 10:55 p. Knoxville 1:07 p. m. 3:52 a. BEREA 7:46 a. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound, Local 8:16 p. 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. BEREA 6:60 a. Knoxville 7:00 p. m. tn. m. m. m. m. m. Express Train No. 33 will stop to take on gers for Knoxville and points South Bound 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati 11:55 a. m. BEREA No. 32 will stop at Berea on passengers for Cincinnati, points beyond. North Bound 4:45 p. m. BEREA 8:60 p. m. Cincinnati Mr. and Mrs. passenbeyond. to take O., and V. F. Wood and son, 1- -2 Morris, of Bedford, Indiana, motored to Berea, Monday, for a few day3 visit with relatives. Miss Mary Coyle is down from Jackson County for a visit with friends in Berea. Mrs. Maud Limes of Cincinnati is visiting for several days witli her sister, Mrs. B. II. Coddington of The Misses Jessamine and Sarah Center Street. Davis of near Lexington are visiting Miss Daisy Spence is spending this week with their cousins, Misses several days at home. Ruth and Winnie Davis on Center Mr. A. D. Bradsliaw of McCreary, St. Garrard County, is spending this Dr. Baker has recently purchased week in Berea. the farm containing 11 acres known Miss Fannie Dowden of Paint Lick as the Old Billie Johnson place on Big Hill pike from Win. Powell. is visiting in Berea. Prof. C. D. Lewis conducted the Mr. and Mrs. John Muncy and Mr. H. Muncy motored over to Leslie County Institute at llyden last and Mrs. Crab Orchard Sunday and spent the week returning to Berea Saturday. Prof. Lewis will conduct the Casey cay. County Institute next week. Prof, Welch's guarantee on buggies is and Mrs. Lewis and children leave worth more alone than lots of bug- today for Morehead, Ky., to visit gies, (ad) with Mrs. Lewis' father, Mr. E. J. Word has come that Mrs. RobertMr. and Mrs. W. II. Grider, Mrs. Godby. son's western visit lias been sadDr. C. H. Holten of Richmond and Mr. W. B. Harris is spending this dened by the death, from scarlet fevMiss Von Sayon of Cincinnati were week at home. er, of two neices and a nephew, visiting at the Tavern Monday of TOR SALE children of her sister, Mrs. H. II. week. this Two lots on Jefferson Street, Be- Banta, living in Rupert, Idaho. A Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Clarkston and rea; would consider an exchange for seven months baby Boy alone reMr. and Mrs. Eli Cornelison were other values. tl, Address, L. F, mains to the parents of four childgut'sis at Crab Orchard lat Sunday. Cedar I) In IT, Va. Mrs. Robertson is with her ren. Miss May Smith returned from Mrs. J. M. Early was in Richmond fattier in Salem, Oregon, and her Lancaster, Saturday, where she has children havo in no way been ex last Monday on business. Mr. J. W. Dooley, traveling sales- been visiting for several days with posed. man out of Cincinnati, spent the lat- her sister. Mrs. Fred Cummings of Bingham-to- n, ter pari of last week with liomefolks Mrs. W. D. Smith and little daughX. Y. arrived last week for an ter, Lola, arrived in Berea ono day extended visit with hcr parents, Mr. on Prospect SI. Mrs. Chester Lewis of LancaMer Is last week from Miami, Fla.. where and Mrs. Hardin Golden at their visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. lliey have been visiting for some homo on Center St. time. Mrs. Isaac Hacker, who has been A. J. Smith, during the fair. Mr. Frank Jones is spending this in Richmond for somo timu stopped Mr. R. E. Maupin of Richmond was week at home. olT in Berea at tho first of the week in Berea last Friday on business. Mr. S. II. Creech, who last week for a short lime. Mrs. Hacker was Mr. Wm. M. Swopo of Lexington, was seriously ill is much improved on her way to Garrard County, where traveling salesman, was a business this week. she will leach in a consolidated visitor in (own Thursday of last Mr. Howard Harrison lias returned school of which tier husband is week. to Berea for a visit with liomefolks. principal. On last Wednesday a week ago Messrs. A. F. Scruggs and H. C. Misses May and Bess Harrison reAVoolf were out of town on business Pearl Abrams, daughter of Mr. and turned at the firt of the week from Mrs. W. J. Abrams of Big Hill, unthe first few days of the week. a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Miss Bertie Norwell, graduato of derwent a serious operation for acute Crump at Lexington. appendicitis at the Collego Hospital. Borea's Normal department, was visMr. and Mrs. Hardin Long are She is doing splendidly nnd will go iting friends in town over Sunday. Dr, Botkin .was making an extended visit with Mrs. home tomorrow. Mr. Felix Estridge has been quite Long's parents at Valley View, Ky. the attending surgeon. sick for several days. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Bender and Mr. Richard Bongo of Lexington, The largest lino of buggies in east formerly of Berea, is visiting Berea children of Richmond were visiting at tho first of tho week with Mrs. em Kentucky now on exhibition at friends this week (ad) Welch s. Sinn King spent a part of last Bender's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miss Mario Bower returned tho week at Knoxville, Tenn., with her Scrivner. first of the week from an extended, sister, Miss Bertha, who is a stud-vis- it Mrs. Minerva Xiccly, formerly of Berea, is a visitor in the homo of with friends in Cincinnati ana ent at tho University there. I Mrs. Julia Crump after a few days her brother, Andrew Isaacs and famMiddletown, Ohio. Miss Agnes It. Tyler, teacher in i viait with relatives in town returned ily. Wm, Isaacs, our traveling salesthe Home Sclenco department, who to her homo in Lexington tho latter man, is in (own for a few days. has been visiting Berea students In part of last week. the mountains, on her way homo stopped over In Berea last Friday. Miss Bessie Lake of Youngstown is visiting with her sister for a few days. Rev. Dugan of Transylvania University preached a very interesting' sermon at tho Christian Church last Sunday night. MAIN STREET, Near Bank The best buggies in the world at (si) Welch's. Da-voI Mr. J. W. Creech of E. President of (lie Berea Telephone Co., Bolt Corn of London and Mr. Matthew's, Mgr. of the Richmond Telephone Co., were in Berea lat Friday on business. WANTED at onco: Young men Big pay. for automobile business. v c mako you expert in ten weeks by mail. Pay us after wo sccuro you position. American Automobile Institute, Los Angeles, Cal. (ad) Mrs. Will Hanson nod little daughter, Elizabeth, of Lexington after a visit of several days with Mr. Sam uel Hanson returned home Monday. Mrs. W. H. Brannaman is visiting relatives in town for several days. Mr. Jno. W. Bicknell of Detroit, Mich., is visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. Bicknell for awhile. Mr. Harry Dyson returned to Berea Sunday to complete the stone work on Dr. Davis' residence. Mr. Jesse Rogers of Frankfort, formerly of Berea. is in town this week for the Fair. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. VanWinklo of Cincinnati are visiting relatives in town during the Fair. Mr. Bill Lowen or Richmond is showing some horses at the fair for M. Joe Gibson. Mr. A. B. Fan's of Richmond, Stale Bank Inspector, was In Berea last Friday. Mr. A. R. Burnam, Jr.. of Richmond was a business visitor in town last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. Eberhart, who have been at the Davis House for several weeks, left for Lee County last Saturday. Mr. KU'ihart is a traveling salesman. Mr. Jas. P. Faulkner was visiting at Iho avern over Sunday. He is at Wliitesburg, Letcher Co., with his Health Exhibit Car this week. Mrs. Samuel Long, who underwent an operation for appendicitis at the College Hospital last Monday, is getting along splendidly. Drs. Robinson were the attending surgeons. Prof. T. A. Edwards returned Tuesday night of this week from Chicago where ho has been taking special work at the Chicago 1 This pen retails at $2.50 and $3.00. We give it and one year subscription to CITIZEN for $1.50; or for $1.25 we will give you a six month's subscription and THE the pen; or for $1.00 you will get THE CITIZEN three months and one of these fine pens. Its Belle. Here is your chance to get a good fountain pen. Bornsladl, A good road has been built around iL m i BELLEVIEW COTTAGE ' The Welch's will go to thnlr beautiful summer coltago on their mountain known as Leo's Knob, whero they will enjoy t tics cool breezes anil del ighl ful scenery for n few months. The collage has Just been completed and Is called Belleviow Coltago in honor of Mrs. Welch, whoo name the mountain side to (lie Cottage. This will enable John to go to and from his business in Ills machine nnd ho with his mother and sister at night. WAWCO SPECIAL SELF-FILLIN-G FOUNTAIN PEN Wawco Pens arc made by skilled workmen from high grade material. The pen points are Tlie Messrs. Wm. Ballinger, W. D. 14K gold, tipped with hard iridium. They are hand tempered, hand bufTed and smooth writers. Click, BenJ. Creech and II. W. solid working for U. S. who The scientific construction of the feed or ink conductor carries the ink to the point in just the Departmentare of Agriculturethe doing proper amount. The subcapillary ducts retain moisture at the pen point and prevent the ink from farm survey work, aro now In Ma;on Dead-rick, FARMERS TELL IT TO 'EM County. About the middle, of August they will return (o Madison and carry on a campaign among the best stock farmers. They will then vis it about sixty farmers for the pur pose of studying the organization of the farms. Every farmer in Madison County should welcome these young men I, I Mr. II. R. Prather left Sunday a, mat usually marks such an occas- - and give them all the information Miss Myrtle Baker returned Men- Ilon-th- o coupling olT affair was they want. dav from a visit of several days with week aim for an extended trip. The purposo of this and by lie corners ng PnlI1m,KI1 , (o gnlllcP ,MiMea and friends at Big Hill. spent C(1,.( Un of Kingston M with ano her and Intermingling ' Misses Betlienn.1 Mabel Lewis re- -' nforiim,(m for ,h(, Knvernment, so (W(;1V wlll hcr sWrt Mrs. Johll f and old, married and un- -l turned last Wednesday from a two , J ' lll0 romll. oim ,,,,,,,. ' It was made a time of ox- -; married, weeks visit will, their brothers, Lu- of ,,, V!1I.it)US locnliej, nIul enjoyment and one "'t ceptiona cien and Bernard, in Chagrin Falls, n.ereby be of far greater service to ... u iuisuuch. DEATH unto, ami menus ai l.ake unauiau- ml() fnrin,.rv Mrs. Minnie Hays, 'daughter of Mrs. qua, X. Y. Mr. Will Golden of Lexington was Pawley. died at her homo on Scafvisiting in Berea for a short time fold Cane at about 10 o'clock Monday night. last week. spent part of last Mr. Herbert Todd Funeral services were conducted week in with his sister, by Rev. Howard Hudson at tho Berea Mrs. Aaron Huh. Cemetery where she was buried. The automatic filling device is of the visible compression button style. The direct button pressure upon the bar. ests a full supply of ink by slm ily dipping th: point in the ink, depressing the button and releasing no must, no fun, or soiled fingers simplicity, convenience and cleanliness, The most practical and reliable pen ever offered to the public. Every pen has the "Wawco" unlimited guarantee in the box with the pen. con-troll- flooding. '"'"''. ,,, ,,,, SALE Millinery, Ribbons, Laces, Over-Ince- s, Silks, Flowers and Fancy EYE OPENERS Granulated Sugar, per lb. 5c Gal. Fruit Jars, per doz. 60c Gold Medal Flour, per bbl. $5.00 Feathers. Crner Main and Cantar Sta, Bar, Kjr. Pheasant Lard 50 lb. can $6.00 Phone your order to 29 Joe W. Stephens Meat Market FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES Fruits and Vegetables Mill Feed, Flour and Meal OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE. Main Street, Berea GIVE US A CALL I 31, at 7:.'tO, to mark (lie close of the sessions of Hie Summer School. The program will consist of readings by Prof. Raine, a travel lalk by Mrs. B. H. Roberts, music by Mr. Gordon Im-r- io and a resume of summer school work by Mr. Raphael. All aro cordially invited, both students and townspeople, nnd a pleasant evening is anticipated. SUMMER SCHOOL CLOSES An entertainment will be given at the Parish House, Friday night, July Clearance Sale On All Goods AT INSTRUCTIVE Mrs. SilllOU LECTURE B. E. BELUE & COMPANY Richmond, Kentucky In response to an invitation from Mlmcv Ip.mlmn nf ilin West Union school, Prof. Montgomery gave a very interesting and instructive lecture to about soventy-llv- o people of tho district on agriculture last Thursday night. Prof. Montgomery made n strong appeal to the people to start a family orchard nod vineyard which is.neededi so badly in this district. Ho alsoj spoke on cowpoas as a soil builder) and the right kind of fertilizer to buy. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Miss May Todd led the Christian The Sale Is Over But we have a large stock of clothing that must be sold at once regardless of cost value All Suits Endeavor last Sunday evening nt tho Parish House. Tho topio was, "Good Xews From the Mission Fields." Tho porch of the Parish Houso tho meeting place was overfilled with interested people who look nn active part making it one or tho best meetings of the summer. REVIVAL MEETINGS A or How's This for Low? Worth Si 8.00.. " " series of revival meetings will " " " 1 " ' see CLARKSTON L9R ginning next Friday night. Let us all attend these meetings and help make them what they should bo a success. A PICNIC bo conducted at the M. E. Church by Rev. Browno of Harlan County, be- " " ere days. 15.00 12.50 10.00 .,..; for $12.48 " 11.15 " 8.75 " 7.05 We will sell all swuaer aerckaaaue at redaced prices fer a few Come today aad get first ckeice. Deering Mowing Machines and Rakes gay crowd of about thirty-ilv- o had a most delightful timo at the l'olut last Friday evening. The was a picnic, followed by a widcrnielon feed, 'j'Jio ono, featuro A oc,-ras- HAYES & GOTT "ThtCath Start" Berea - - - ' - Kentucky '3 V .ly no, ioi i. UNITED STATES NEWS THE CITIZ1N Write Checks On your account with this bank and thus have a record of each and every amount expended together with a receipt for the amount paid. The pay-bcheck plan is used by every person who finds it important to keep a record of all business transactions, for every check you pay is a receipt you retain for future use. y The PUa It Safe. Alto Convenient. Therefore, Satisfactory. Berea Bank & Trust Co. Main Street, Berea, Kentucky (Continued from I'ngo 1.) Iteporls from the different sod Inns of tin country convey tin different In parts where tho crops needs. mi) Mm lion viral the need for extra money to move them Is not needed. Interest nt the rule of 2 per cent per minimi will lie charged and the will accept ns security government bonds at par. Reform in Navy Washington, July 20. Secretary Daniels ordered t lint hluejackcts in Hie future will lie dismissed instead of iniiirixiiiioil in I Ifiii-of nencu when they overstay their leave or similar breaches. Men who hecomo dissatisfied may obtain honorablo discharge by refunding certnin allowances. Gov-ernrns COLUMBUS BUGGIES and MOGULL WAGONS Are the late arrivals which add two more members to the big family-AmeriFence, Oliver Chilled Plows, Foster Rangers and V. C. Fertilizers. Sold exclusively by can JOKE PROVED VERY SERIOU3. GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES Prices Always Right RICHARDSON & COYLE NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE 1'nullno Spawr, an girl, wan tho victim of a cruot Joke an sue was walking over tho Pennsylvania bridge at Swlnney Park, where John Newport and his young son were killed several weeks ago by being struck by a fast express train. She had reached the half-wapoint when boys yelled at ner, "Train coming," and without looking to see she becatno panic stricken and sprang over the side Into the water, twenty trot below. y Kt. Wayne. R. H. CHRISMAN "The Furniture Man" IN OUR OWN STATE Main Street .... Berea, Kentucky This Bank Wishes to Keep Constantly Before You Your Business - AND IS PREPARED TO CARE FOR IT Capital Profits, $25,000 $29,000 (Continued from Pago 1.) Fiscal Court, and additional sums will be raised for maintaining a visiting nurse permanently. The Commission is this week sending Mrs. Ruby Oroher, of Cincinnat', Ohio, to do six weeks visiting nurse work in Greenup County. At the end of that lime her services will probably be permanently engaged by the County Health League. Mrs. Oroher was trained in Cincinnati and Chicago, and has done much volunteer visiting nurse work in Milford, Ohio, and among Scandinavian immigrants in her former home in Northern Minnesota. The openings for visiting nurse work in the small cities of Kentucky are so numerous that the Slate Tuberculosis Commission is unable, with its limited stalT and appropria tion. In begin to meet the needs. WORLD NEWS Chestnut Street ly. "Will you try tho position with my family?" The other stared in silenco al his questioner. "Just consider my situation for a moment. As you know, I'm a layman, interested in, bul rather ignorant of, medical subjects. As wealth goes in a city of one hundred and llfty thousand population, I'm a rich man. Al any rale, I can afford a considerable outlay to guard againsl sickness. In tho last five years I suppose disease has cost my household ten thousand dollars in money, and lias cost me, in worry and consequent incapacity for work, ten times thai amount. Even at a largo salary you would doubtless prove Come, what do you an economy. say?" "You know absolutely nothing of me," suggested the other. "I know that you are a man of quick and correct judgment, for I saw you in action." Tho oilier Berea, Kentucky smiled. "You are, for reasons which are your own, not very expansive, as to your past professional career. I'm content with that attiludo of yours, and I'm quito satisfied to base my offer on what I have been ablo to judgo from your manner and talk. Without boasting, I may say that I have built up a great manufacturing plant largely on my judgment of men. I think, I need you in my business of raising a family." (to be continued) . (Continued from First Page ference ipu'ckly reached Dublin BEREA, KENTUCKY where the mob was shot into. British Ships Called to the North J. L. GAY, Cashier Sea Pol l land, F.ng.. July 27. The first Heel of the Uritish navy is now MRS. W. r. JOHNSON'S DEATH DEATH Or MR. GEO. ANDERSON coaling and gelling ready for action. tlrst class Mrs. Johnson, wife of W. V. John- It consists of twenty-eigMr. (hytrge K. Anderson died of son of Itooue SI., died of iric poison battleships, cruisers and torpedo organic heart trouble at bis limn" It is understood boat destroyers. near Iterea 011 the Dig Hill I'ike last at her home on llooue St., last Sat- that, the lleet will proceed to the Mrs. Johnson beI'.M I. .Mr. urday, July 'S. Tuesday morning, July 'JH. having smother- fore marrying was Miss Hallinger of North Sea. Anderson bad She was twenty-eiging spells but was Unit to be some Wildie. years old and is the mother of four THE HEALTH MASTER heller. Tuesday morning he (Continued from First Pago) hi two grown sous to go nut in the little children, two .boys and two girls. Mrs. Johnson was a member yard with him. As they walked The Doctor as a Detective be remarked t lint he was hav- of Hie Christian Church of Wildie. The Doctor rose and pushed his The funeral services were coning another smiitheriuu sncll. The chair back. boys picked him up in their arms ducted by Hev. McMurray at the Hap-(ti- st "Wail a moment," said Mr. Clyde. Church last Sunday afternoon where he died. jafler which the interment followed "Sit down. I have something that Mr. Anderson was burn June 1st, may he of importance to suggest to at the Iterea Cemetery. IHl'.i, near Iterea. He amUMiss Kliza you. It occurs to me that Worth-inglo- n We are indued very sorry that Mrs. Johnson were married February would be the better for havVOIh. IH75, ami are the parents of ten. JoluiMin was taken from her husing a man with your ideas as a citband and little children. children. izen. Now, supposing the Public Health League should offer you" Mr. Anderson has for many years "I am not at present In medical TO MAMMOTH CAVE been an active member of the Chrispractice," broke in the other. August 18, 1914 Church. He was a good man, tian "Kvon at that, I was thinking a thotfiil neigblKir and one of our Last Great Reduction that you would ho of use ns an adbest citizens. The many friends exRound trip railroad fare, $5.05. tend to the bereaved ones their Hoard al Cave Hotel including tho visory physician and scientific lookout." heartfelt sympathy. several routes in the Cavo for (3.50. For a moment, tho other's faco The funeral services and Inter- Making total cost for three days trip brightened, an indication which Mr. having been $l".tr; going on regular morning Clyde ment will be Friday, was quick to note. I!ut inpostponed until the arrival of a trains. Limit on ticket 10 days. I stantly the expression of eagerness daughter, Mrs. Adams of Colorado. Write or phone L. & N. Agent. men out. "Ten hours a day?" saiil Dr. Strong. "It couldn't bo dono properly in less time. And I'm n mero nervous wreck, bound for tho scrap-heap- ." ht ht ed BEREA NATIONAL BANK A Cooling Re- freshing Drink When you re hot, when time. you're tired, when things begin dead wrong then its Parfay to-g- You'll be surprised to learn wnat X I 1 . L n 1. invigorated, better able to work or playj Parfay will! a different view point 11 Ml t give you. iouii oe cooiea, rerresnea; 11 than merely pleasant to taste, or good to (drink, you'll find that it's a mighty val-- . uable first-ai- d You'll find that Parfay is more to the mind-fagge- d and o yr iJMwm Hh s4rm HM W. B. HARRIS, Berea, Ky. FOR SALE: This new six room dwelling; basement, 21x18 feet ,lnd dry as a powder 10 use. Ml rooms nicely plastered, hardwood finish, 1 four grates. All doors and windows screened. Located on lloone St., right at the new graded school. Also-goobarn and never failing water. J 1 600 cash if sold before September 1. Address the owner. "Would you mind," said Mr. dydo very gently, "telling 1110 what's wrong? I'm not asking without a purpose." Dr. Strong held out his long arms before him. "I'm a surgeon without a right hand, and a bacteriologist without a left." Tho sinewy and pale hands shook a little. "Neuritis," he continued. "One of tho dis eases of which wo doctors have tho most fear and tho least knowledge." "And with loss of your occupation, general nervous collapse?" asked Mr. Clyde. Being himself a worker who put his heart into his work, ho could guess tho sterilo hopelessness of spirit of tho man banned from a ..1 UIIOSUII nAii..n.. . Will 11 Pr. Strong nodded. "I may still bo (It for tho lecture pfatform as a dispenser of otlior men's knowledge. Or perhaps I'll end up as medical watchdog to some rich man W.I10 can afford that kind of pet. Pleasing prospect, isn't it, for a man who once thought himself of uso in tho world?" "Good Idea," said Mr. Clyde quite- - 1,1 ! ' body-wear- y. ' S'.l find this delightfully cooling and wonderr. fully refreshing drink. Step over now and! sDend the nickel that it takes to make its; acquaintance an acquaintance that is sure Over at the nearest fountain you'H to ripen into a delightful friendship. Here. There. Everywhere.) AtlbuntsQporBottlSf, These Good Dealers Serve Parfay PORTER-MOORE W. , C - DRUG CO. ENGLE ... Pago Six THK CJTIZXN. July heel, 23, 1IH4. 77ie Land of Broken Promises By DANE COOLIDGE Author of ,"THE FIGHTING FOOL- "HIDDEN WATERS," "THE TEXICAN,"Etc I A Little Tragedy of the Plains A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution (Coovrliht. A itery of border Mtxlco, vivid. Intense, iuch ha never before been written, le thle one of American adventurer Into the land of manana. Texan, mining engineer, Spanish eenor and eenorlta, peon, Indian, crowd Ite chapter with clear-cu-t word picture! of net, adventure and love, agalnat a eomber background of wretched armlee marching and counter, marching acrot a land racked by revolution and without a Mvlor. : The Woman Whose Day Had Passed By MAUJOUIE BODLE i : Illustrations by DON J. LAVIN Ill, by Prank A. Manser.! sh walked down th on sided Main street tu a store where "Miss Ellis. Millinery, Dry Goods and Notions," was (minted In yellow and blsck on the fstse front Inside li wss cooler and shaded. The counters and slid res. wltb tbe piles of litwns and calicoes, seeming to run lii reel j to grays nnd blues, snd the notions, aiiiuujt which tver displayed attractive lde nmiln and Irresistible rlbtton how, were all arranged In careful order And the huts-su- ch cres-tlons! bu. "Say," rudely a he reached Into the saddlo-bags- , "let me carry that bottle for a whllo." He took a big drink out of It to pro-reDe LaDcey from getting It all and shored It Inside his oreralls. "All right, pardner," he continued, with mocking smile, "anything you Bay. I nevor use oaths myself much, but anything to oblige." "No, but I mean It, Bud!" cried De Lancey, "Here's the proposition now. Whaterer happens, we stay with .each other till this deal Is finished; on all cratch cases we match money to see who's It; and If we tangle orer som girl the best man wins and the other one stays away. We leare It to the girl which one wins. Will you shake bands on that?" "Don't need to," responded Bud; "Ml do It anyway." "Wall, shake on It, then!" Insisted De Lancey, holding out his band. "Oh, Sally!" burst out Bud, hanging his head in embarrassment, "what's the use of getting mushy V But moment later he leaned orer In bis saddle' aad locked hands with broke In Dud. Jostling him left Tbthe carallor Do Lancey to do the courtesies of the road. As the second day wore on thoy dipped down Into a rocky canyon, with huge cliffs of red and yellow sandstone glowing In the slanting sun, and soon they broke out Into a narrow valley, well wooded with aycamoros and mes-quand giant hackberry trees. The shrill toots of a dummy engine came suddenly from down below and a mantle of black smoke rose majestically agatast the sky then, at a turn of the trail, they top pod the last hill and Fortuna lay beforo them. In that one moment they were set back again fifty miles clear back across the line for Fortuna was American, from the powerhouse on the creek bank to the mammoth concentrator on the hill. All the buildings were of stone, square and uniform. First a central plain, flanked with offices and warehouses; then behind them barracks and lodging houses and trim cottages In orderly rows; and orer across the canyon loomed the huge bulk of the mill and the concentrator with Its aerial tramway and endless row of gliding buckets. Only on the lower hills, where the rough country rock cropped up and nature was at Its worst, only there did the real Mexico creep In and assert itself In a crude huddle of nahuts; the dwellings of the care-fre- o tives. "Well, by Jove!" exclaimed1 De Lancey, surveying the scene with an appraising eye, "this doesn't look very much like Mexico or a revolution ettherl" "No. It don't," admitted Bud; "every thing running full blast, too. Look at it half-India- n riflelike grip. "My old man told me not to make no such promises," he muttered, "but I'll do It, being's It's' you." CHAPTER V. The Journey to Fortuna Is a scant fifty miles by. measure, but within these eight kilometers there Is a lapse of centuries In standards. As Bud and De Lancey rode out of Agua Negra they trareled a good road, s well worn by the Mexican that hauled In mesqult from the hills. Then, as they left the town and the wood roads scattered, the highway changed by degrees to a broad trail, dug deep by the feet of and marked but lightly with wheels. It followed along the railroad, cutting orer hilts and down through gulches, and by erenlng they were In the heart of Old Mexico. Hero were men la sandals and women barefoot; chicken tied up by the battle-scarred wood-wagonpack-animalong-nosehalf-nake- d BBBWBV TJSlrsV. gaBm. M I lear our horse and see what' th they left the broad plain, and prloe ot drink. They can't tease mt, clambered up orer the back of a nttaa whatever it is we doubled our money tain they passed Indian houses, brush-buiat th Una." and thatched with long, coarse Financially considered, they had grasses, and by the fires the women done Just that for, for every Amorl-ca.ground com on stone nutates as their dollar In thslr pockets they could ancestor had don safe re the tali gat two that ware Jst good., acFor la Mexloe that ara two psoalta, cept for tha picture oa th aaaid. This ta Spaniards and the natives, and ta la Itself was a great Inducement for a Indiana still remember tho day when ready spender and, finding good they war free. Pny at tha Fortuna hot! bar, Phil It was through such a land that Phil bought flr dollars' worth of drinks, bill, and got aad Hooker rode on their gallant threw down a ponies, leading a wall back Or dollars Max. loaded, with uppliaa from th north, I Th proprietor, a large and Jovial aad aa th people gasad front their' boalfaoe. pulled off Ms fiscal miracle miserable hovels and saw thslr outfit with tha greatest good humor aad than, having Inrltad them to partake they wondered at thslr wealth. But If they ware moved to earr, th ot a vary exquUlt mixture of hi own bulk of a haavy pistol, showing through arsQtioa, propped himself upon his the swall of each ooat, discouraged elbows ftoros tha bar aad laaalred them from going farther; and th cold, wtth aa. lageaaous Hail: "Wall, watch away ara rest haw arching look ot the tall cowboy as ha ambled paat stayed In their mem amraakag. If I may safer ory loag afUr th pleasant "Adlost "Ob, down below a ways," anwered D Lancey, who alway of De Lancey had been forgotten. constituted himself the board ot strategy. "Just Am erica na wars scares In thos day, aad what fw oama by were rid- rambling around a little how's tha ing to th north. How bold, then, must oountry around here nowT" ursd their this big man ba who rod, la front I "Oh. quiet, qulo!" ana car 1117 ba naa sobs, grant re- host. "Thaaa MMloaas don't Uk th ward bafor him to risk such a horaa sold weather much they .would tresis among, the, rroltooi So reasoned you know, If It was not tor that sarap th simple minded native ot th moaa-taia- s, whloh .they wind about thasa sat" H mad a motion aa of a native ln.b,.a4wtrtlon,at Coppar hi . jsiaWa. waadrab about Bottom, aad for.that lea ta their area-Buhi ack aad smiled, and Da Lancey return sd hi forbidding stars. Thara Is something about a good knaw that ha was no Mexican. And d hone that fascinate tha average Max-lea- n rat that soft "which away" of hi a SsaidaltoBgua, , perhaps haoaus thy bread tha, t "Ah, actuss as,? a satsV finest thsssMlra aad ara In a position aa to Judaa but Hooker had developed ofajs. rotaantls attachment for ate trim MUa fceataut saouat aad ha rasaatsd thslr wUaayad aaptaa as a Wver reseat "N oaa. rasthtd th has, ataaoas at his lady. This, aad a frontier ! at batag tafcaa at sensation, rendered alas short spoke ssnsMsg pi aad aruK with tha palsaan aad It was hja traa wart, "atoat I vaa bar J soup-plat- a legs outside of brush Jacales; d hogs, grunting fiercely as they skirmished for food; and children, staring like startled rabbits at the strangers. I The smell of garlic and coffee was In the air as they drew Into town for the night, and their room was an adobe chamber with tile floor aad Iron bars across the windows. Riding south the next day they met raqueros, mounted on wiry mustangs, who saluted them grarely, taking no shame tor their prlmltlre wooden, saddle-tree- s and pommel as broad fresh-roastin- g "Which Wsy Are You Boys Travel Inn?" hill! "Gee, what a burg!" raved Phil; "say, there's soma class to this what? It I mistake not, we'll be able to find a few congenial spirit here to help us spend our money. Talk about a company town! Ill bet you their barroom Is full ot Americans. There's tho corral down below let' ride by and that ore train coming around the A lt n fire-doll- pack-anim- rag. ba-tra- wUk-araa.fa- tUe notonous, blinding ky. The but wind frmu the south hsd come with the I'iiIIith tiNtiiy on their drive to town, hut It wt-n-t faster thiin the t"(i hopeless tiny ruiild pull the old wagon. Mini so the dust whirled Dp frura the wheel and the burses' llnef" feet snd settled (jrlinly all over tne "Nono better!" crlod the Spaniard, Potters. shaking his finger emphatically. "It It made the two Putter boys snd the pretty late 10 tx grttln' them." Is of tho best, and, believe me, my two little Putter clrls, sitting down In friend, we should be glad to have you Her sunburnt fnre flushed a little. stop with us. The country down be"Oh, we have sunie nice lists left the wsKon Ih1. hnlf heartedly quarrellow Is a little dangerous not now, some nud Mr Potter, on the high seat Mrs. Potter, ttiuuch. of course, tb perhaps, but later, whon tbo warm the lliie hunuliiR limply In bis hand, stock's a little picked orer. Khali we take you first? Oh. the little girls? weather comes on. silent and plum, Let's see Wtmi are their names? On. "But In Fortuna no! Here we are Mrs. Putter mpM-- JocrIiir the fretyes; Mnry nml l.ucy All right Wa on the railroad; the camp Is controlled ful ImiIi J Hiid tiiiil to Ktiiide Its red bsve tbe very by Americans; and because so many thlnirs" little fare with uei dusty bnudkerrblet. Hiss Kills n.lwd their mother untie have left the country the Mexicans A but trust uf wind caught st ber their bonnet In preparutlun for tbe will sell their prospects cheap. black hut nud Jrrkid It iinrcremunlou-lcereinonj or trying on. The little gtrla 'Then again, If you develop a mlno on one lde. With the baby bkngiiig were frtuhlencd nt first, hut they grew near by, It will be very eaay to sell It ht-over une arm she set hst tisck dated with Jo) v. hen they found themand It you wish to work It, that Is again. selves radiantly hatted, dne with blue easy, too. I am only the proprietor ot She Kliinird at ber husband, wltb flowers arid ribbons, ths other with the hotel, but If you can use my poor the usual feminine iiuextloii. "Is It un Pink. services In any way I ahall be very stralRht?" un net ilrw. but wltb luuk At last they knew them happy to please you. A room? One their at him. KtsrtnK Mllly abead. bis rery own The rubbers wereforslipped ot the best! And If you stay a week iiiieninurnaitigly. she month vt Fssllng Cautiously of ths Walla. under their proudly lifted chins, snd or more I will give you the lowest softly orer to Bud, he whispered la his It was Mrs. Potter's turn. rate." The IniIi.v had almuxt cried It poor, t. I can hear the feller In "Yon cnii put tbe tiaby here." Mlse They passed up the winding stairs ear: and Mrs. Potter Ellis offered s bou little wlf to cushioned srmchslr and down a long. corridor, at ths end the next room sharing himself!" Laughing hearily at this Joke, they sst wltb ber Mrmx rrauied snd sett "Poor little thlnii-l- t's sll tired out" of which the proprietor showed them ing, ber forehfiid pm krred In a tired nd "It who wss, tu truth, of fern Into a room, throwing open the outer went down stairs for supper. frown. lnlne gender doors and shutters to let them see the little, un- - was gently snd Isbeled "Alva Jane." But at I the Hleht of deposited, wsrm and red view from the window. CHAPTER VI. painted shack nt the ld of tb road nd sound Msleep. 00 th calico cush "Hero is a little balcony," he said. and tirtcbt. salmon colored cut tare a Ion. stepping outside, "where you can alt If the Esgle Tall mine had been lo-- little farther on irnide tbe boy stop Mrs. Potter brushed st ber blsck and look down on the plaxa. We have cated In Arltona or even farther tensing of their sisters the dress snd felt nervously at ber blsck the band and music when the weather down in Old Mexico the method of and sytematlc rrann their tin'ks eagerly toward hst It wss very Is fine; and you can watch the pretty Jumping the claim would have been old. snd the felt snd Edenrllle. glrla from here. But you have been In delightfully simple. tb rtbbuns were dusty snd limp. Mr. Poller vwutie the rawhide whip She put ll on a Mexico you know all that!" And he The title had lapsed, and the land over the tiMi kx of bonte. They smoothed vainly chair beside ber and gave Phil a roguish dig. bsd reverted to the government all it her roughened, faded hair Her fsre was lined snd "Blen, my frlen', I am glad to meet It needed In Arlsona was a new set ot wesry. snd her eyes, which were bio He held out his hand In wel- - monuments, a location notice at the snd should have been pretty, were come and De Lancey gave his in re- - discovery shaft, a pick and shovel reddened from tbe sun sud wind. turn. "My name," he continued. "Is thrown Into the hole, snd a few legal She stood pamOvely while Ills EIU Juan de Dlos Brachamonte y Escalon; formalities. selected s bat and placed It on her But In Mexico It is different. but with these Americana that does Not not go, as you say, so In general they that the legal formalities are lacking hesd. It was s Inrge hat. with a softly drooping brim, wtth mounds of chifcall me Don Juan. far from It but the whole theory of fon and big pink roses "There Is something about that mines and mining Is different. In Mex- Mrs. Potter looked slmost timidly name I do not know that makes the lc0 mining title Is, In a way, a lease, Into tbe gloHN. snd then sbe forgot thst college boys laugh. Perhaps It Is that a concession from the general gov- she wss stiff and tired from her ride poet, Byron, who wrote so scandalous- - ernment giving the concesstonnalre Iy about us Spaniards, but certainly tne "fin! to work a certain piece ot snd that her fare was dusty nnd her balr atrinc.v She was gnxlng at tb he knew nothing ot our language, for Bround and to hold It as long ss he mirrored rerleetlon of the hat be rhymes Don Juan wtth 'nw one' and PTa mining tax of three dollars an 'true one!' Still. I read part of that ftcre pear year. "That certainly doen look good on " wild Mls Ellis, who papers or patents are But no you. Mrs. poem and It la, In places, very interest- Ter lued. the possession of ths wss s milliner of business rather thsn lng yes, rery interesting but 'Don faca of the ground doea not go with sesthetlr principle. Hah!" "Ob. do you think so?" Mm Pol He threw up his hand In despair and tn r'"nt t0 mm8 benath It. and In cer- or 'co no foreigner can ter heoltnted De Lancey broke into a Jollying laugh. wu She reached up and felt nervou.ly of Well. Don Juan." he cried. "I'm glad uo,u "uo 10 ellner mlu" or ,ana- a pink roe with her brown hand, prouiuiiea or ironuer zone, eigniy to meet you. My name Philip De neiers in wiau, lies along the Lancey and my pardner hera Is Mr. awkward In the blark cotton mitt national boundary lino, and In that "Well. I certainly do. Just look ai Shake bands with him. Don no no roreigner can athem rose. And the n mount of pink Juan de Dios! But certainly a man so mining claim and no foreign chiffon that's on that bnt-l- fs devoutly named could never descend nounc sure tbe hst for you. Mrs Potter." Miss EIIU " , corporation can acquire a uue 10 one. to reading much of Don 400 c'"10 went on encouniirlnely. but her rns siae m Ah. no." protested Don Juan, rolltomer was not listening to her st sll lng hi dark eye and mlllng raklshly. , , ,w Sbe wss looklnc Into the mirror at wa7 " wnen not moch-o- nly th most ocm lawyar wnue tor something for which Ut EIIU nsd not 7 10 10 passage!" war uu n.uousi the gift uf night W SS BTSB B He saluted and disappeared In a roar J"" SB4UI 1 8he saw a girl's fare, sweet and nrt n. nt l.nrhtar inrn.A i iureiurs are uoi auoweu 10 nolo land lon pretty, with pink cheeks, and big blue at perfect lib- tritimnhantl'v on hi. romn.nlnn. ..If. I erty to hold stock In Mexican eyes, and golden hrowu bslr. corpora' And satisfied smile upon hi lips. shsdlng It was tbe wonderful bst of tlons owning the Aha!" he said; "you see? That's hibited soue; property withinwhere prochiffon and rose. and here is the what fire dollars' worth ot boose will graft comes In they may eren hold i sxLitvi 1.1. ran rr ir rra sot too Tbe redeeted fsee, wblrb Mis F.I lb. hiiiii. do In opening up the way. Hera's our would bsve naki was old looking sua title In their own name If they first lunged (iddeuly furwsrd. Jerking willing, nay, anx old friend Don Juan tb obtain express permission from th baby fretfully awake, and trotted rery tired, flushed, and tbe eyes brightious, to help us all he can he see I'm ened and tilled a little. Mrs. Putter, chief executive of the republic, briskly on. upreadlni: panic among the with the glory live wire and want to keep me of ber rlslon upon her. Not having any drag wtth th chlsf cblckeo wnttchliiB In tbv dusty road. Pretty soon well get him executive, around. turned to tbe milliner. and not caring to risk their At tbe liver; 1'arn Mr lotter pulled feeling good and he'll tell us alt he "It's like one I hsd tba summer Will title to tha whims of succeeding ad' up. knows. Don't you never try to make and I was nisrrted." sbe aald. "He Hooker and De Lancey, "You'd (letter get out here, ma." bo liked It. ne ssld It Just suited me." me sign the pledge again, brothe- r- ministrations. upon the advice of a mining lawyer la aid. few shots Just gets my Intellect Oadsden, rescblns for tbe mueb crumpled Tba flush deepened. "1 believe 111 had organised to working right and I'm crafty as Into the Eagle Tall Mining themselves youngest. take It If It's not too high and yon company, Mrs. Potter vllinbed stiffly out ovsr tblnk- "fox. under tha laws of tha republic of Mex the wagoa wheel snd bald np bar "Did you notlca that coup I made Ico, Mary aad Lacy bad recovered froas with headquarters at Agua Negra. Tbe little Potters clambered out.arts. king him If he was a Spaniard? aad tbo aw of It was thslr plan to gat sosa Mexican tha girls stood niirot and cleao to taatr playing hide thatr ow bats aad' war There's nothing In tha world make a to locate tho mine for them and then. and soak assoaf tb Bpaniara o maa as to ias mm tor a for a consideration, transfer It to th mother. "Ma and tba boy II go orer sad got Mary ran sroaad to where bar moth Mexican on tha other hand, nothing company, their things now. Ton o gat yon aad or atoad. Mary wae used to bar mota. makaa him your friend for lit like Th on wak spot In this scbsrae tha girls fixed up, ma. and then roes r In chronically old Mao calico oaa- d recognising him for a was th Mexican. By trusting Aragon, Castlllan. Now maybe our old friend Honry Krugsr had, not only lost title orer to Martla'a. I'll load oa tbo gro- basnet or the blsck fait with tba rusty, ipiefl rthbon. bat thta! Mary had ceries there." Don Juan baa got a few drop of Moorto hi mine, but h had been outlawed know "All right, pa." bl wire answered, bar mother Oft sea rears ish blood In hi rein to put it po- from tha republic. And now ha had litely, he raised his tsnor rolce bestowsd upon Hooker aad D Laacef turning a hanging lock of bslr behind aaa. and she did not undersea cd. room est posatad and Sba looked ber esr. "Rut - I gnen I'll have to and Improvised tha task of finding an honaat Mexican, bare little money." dtsauyed. because my hair is curly and kseplng hlra honaat until ha made Way. mamma aha said stoirfy aad' "Will that do you. d'yoa thtakr Dat's no reason to call me 'shin'!'" tha transfer. Mr. Potter telurely took a bW from the gargled la daHahted spxirselaHoa Bud, feeling cautiously "No," were balng made While th of tb Joke. of th walls, "and Jest bscausa you're out thara might ba a great many bis worn. reddlh pockatbeok sad "Oh. I.ucy aba 1 no reason for singing so temptations plaoad be for that Mexi banded It tu ber. gnerouay banearset drsagsd bar sister cried ataafaet ami' happy sroaad wasr saw loud, neither. Thasa hera partitions can stther to keep tha pro party for In bis rspaclty hs dispenser of fund. f. "Coma aad look at rnirnnn"Yes. that'll he plenty, Will." And are snade of Inch hoards, covered with himself or to hold est for a hi agar reAto't sbe fanny la that pretty bat papar do you gat that? Well, than, ward than had baaa specified. After nervously t "Now, you hurry, pa. f?e Mrs. Potter t oraad addaty agata ta considering who's probably listening, his exfariaaos wtth tha aristocrat! don't want to ha lata gattlag sasrted ta gtaas. ma that Mr. Brachamoata Is Don Clprla&o Araaoa y Trea Pal ados, it strike xa iiaai rrom a baefe fad "Oh. I guaa we'll ba ready by the tha real thlag la Spanish gentlssjaa; Krugsr was In favor of taking a chance mriMly acmi Uma yon woatea folk art tsad op ma aa baard that au gsauwlae Baaa oa tha lower classes. Hs had therefore bWaws c chfaa aad Hs'rnke wtth bat," sad pa raaekiad la CUrlr' ! recommended to the soft wh4a brim araaasj orar then oaa Cms Maa- - good buawr, now that ta loat-drtt- safh Ht binned facir Tha'glsas bfurrad oes. a woo venasr wae at Da Lac cay, snad suddenly known aad bafi leaded, a ths a aa was over. ber. She could hardly think ar maa to Mrs. Potter smoothed tb baby oat snore fur a aware of Ms laaWc ration, was -- Mfcl-g ulaut. , nlay th ta wall a sba could. Tba baby, worn saga Isr ss sJl'Uada of msjan Then she roused hararif gad lifted Crag M and as, aeasrdtagj ta Kruaar, rat by tha long rid, protested ealy tha bat from bar head. Bar rough fa-a- r aad-Bastopped wtth a slow, VWB fcaWjfWCatfaJdlaWr aWSa! aBaMlejC-- m Meii foably. goodaatuxsd ctagat la tha soft chiffon as she tot.MfaM With bar free ha ad taatr ssother set H dowa. I . "V-stl- 7 alasad Da Lancey, touching BaiasaiaWal ss Qssa lOj" fcaaaf a4si aJgaa1 (Srsigtleaed Mary's saaboaaat aad I guaa I woa't gad my bat Mar. Us Aagar to htf itps; "doat Bay It sartxaad perral a proa dad Msar wii-a:bisosaabody avlcht hear youl" all. Mis Mil," aba said dusty. aa, children! year pa'H ba wH- "All right" agraad Bad; "aad doat a ha do ad Aad alaa ha was. easy ta ihwek oat tba atraasj af aast frasa bar ,ara caea black saraa. say It, either. I hate to kaoak. ask kf for as." beta) MM, osvaayad saaa mt." ha added, "but eossattaue I aam aotaa br tha bsm "at Taarta," Wtth the Httla atrto ctaaa at bar Aad sh ataaad oa tba aid black Mt d r "3-ssIn-- th city ol liurxoT. where tlieT'TTmitTc the true Castlllan. It Is a different language, believe me, from this bastard Mextcan tongue. And do you peak Spanish also?" he inquired, railing back into tbo staccato of Castile. "No lndeodl" protosted De Lancey In a very creditable Imitation; "nothing but n little Mexican, to got along with the natlvea. My friend and I are mining men, passing through the country, and we speak the best we can. How Is this district horn for work along our think the" old "man was right "wheriha aid you talk too much." "Psstt" chlded De Lancey, shaking hbi finger like a Mexican. Tiptoeing i t 1 a mV I V a a a aTa Tbey cnlled It twenty miles from the Potter plnce to tiiwn- - twenty miles of rrtsp. sun unkptl tmirnlo grass snd mo- Mrs. Potter jrnted at them wtth admiring eyew She stood for a moment nnrertalnly Then Miss Ellis herself came forward, large and complacent In cool cray rhsmbray, with smoothly romhed lilsck hair and a dark down upon her upper lip whlrh rtvnled the notion counter In the attention of tbe children. "Why. how d'you do. Mrs. Pojter?" Miss Ellis was must rordlnl. "When did you get In town? The darlln' baby! And both the little girls too My! Aren't you tired out this hot afternoon? Just set down here. Mrs. Potter. You enme In tu do some burin'. I suppose?" "Ves'm 1 thoticht I'd uet me and th girls fitted out with hats, though It' t tht-tw- o you" !' 1 - Joo-an!- '" !,ny . .eiy '". 9 (2Ai4 II 111 1 e but" "Jt agrd pprs f r r tT' rr Ui' ai ba-fo- HI mil. ,Mpla( 2 ya . July 23, 1014. TUB CITIZEN Pa 8vi. IN THE HOME "missing tho mark." Bui any ono who tins undcrgnno tho rcnl horrors of a violated conscicnco knows that thai docs not como within n trillion miles of expressing what sin means to tho human soul. Sin Is sin; you cannot dcflno It. It is a thing all by ilself; a thing deadly, unspeakable, unendurable. Tho Christian Herald. I Nova Scotia Letter Dear Members of Home Department, Union Sunday School. As I could not send a personal greeting (o each of you I thought especially the "shut-In- s" would Hko to hear something oboul my trip to Novia Scotia. We left llerea .lime 131 h, arrived in Lynn, Massachusetts, tho following day, the city where wo lived seventeen years and hail made many friends. My brothers at whose houso I slnyed, fearing I would get loo fatigued wilh vlslling gave mo n and in that way I met many old friends whom it was very precious lo meet, after eight years of separation. I promised to visit many of them when I come from Nova Scolia. Al our old home church 1 was given tho opportunity lo speak and among other things I told them about our Home Department work. I was surprised to learn that in a Sunday School of there was not as good a Home Department as in llerea. We were visiting in Salem at tho time of the great fire, which destroyed $20,000,0M) worlh of property. It was a grand display lint very terrible. We had quite an experience. My cousin started from North Salem wilh an aulomohilo to lake us lo Lynn and found every street leading to the main turn pike cut oft by the fire. On one street wo had gone some distance when we were stopped by Hie ory of "Dynamiting, back for your lives!" There were a few anxious moments while the car was being backed and turned around but wo got away safely. We finally had to go a more round ed BOB WHITE see you on tho zigzag rails, You cheery little fellow! While purple leaves arc whirling VaSeaaaaaaaUs down And searlel, brown and yellow, I bear you when the air Is full of I he thistle; Of snow-dow- n All in your speckled Jacket trim, VERSE FOR THIS WEEK you Hob While!" "Hob While! (.tench lliou the llrcs of halo ami whistle. strife, George Cooper, The wasting fever (tf the heart; FASHION NOTE From perils guari! our feeble life, II cannot be said that tho women Ami to our souls Thy peace Impart. .1. II. Newman. are making long strides In tho matter of dress. July Woman's Homo HOW A FARMER'S WIFE MADE Companion. rHCflllHiH 5b9bbBs EXTRA MONEY ' of Farm and An Indian who was a candidate Fireside appears n department callBazaar," In for tho ministry and was asked be ed "The- Experience In the current issue day"oFrest which contributors glvo readers the hencllt of practical suggestions based on personal experience along various lines. A woman, who is the wife of nu Oregon farmer, tells In the department how sho set about to make u liltlo extra money. Sho decided against chicken raising because she lias a horror of killing nnimals. She was too far from tho sucmarket to make berry-raisin- g cessful, wilh the exception of gooseberries, so sho went into the gooseberry business, and describes her success as follows: "I had about two dozen bushes at the lime. These I spaded around and mulched heavily with old hay. About half of the bushes produced line large berries, and I sold sixty pounds, besides canning eighteen ipiarls and using plenty for tho table. This was encouraging and I loved the work, so in tho fall I set out a lot more bushes, pruned and cared for the old ones, and the next year gathered a bountiful crop." WHAT RURAL SCHOOLS SOMETIME BE fore the presbytery the Important question, "What Is original sin?" an swered that he didn't know what other people's might be, bul ho rather thought that his was lazi ness. There are many who could truthfully give tho samo reply ro garding religious activities. The Christian Herald. WE THANK THEE For flowers that bloom about our feel; For tender grass, so fresh, so sweet; For song of bird, and hum of bco; For all things fair we hear or see, Father in heaven, wo thank Thee! WILL w Vann and Fireside I. According to the current issue of I Claxlon, ijuiled Slates commissioner of education has aligned himself wilh those who havo a vision of what rural schools must sometime be. Following is Mr. Claxlon's Idea: " 'Kvery rural school will one day have attached to it a farm of twenty or thirty acres provided wilh a for the teacher and the hou teacher's family. Tills farm will bo a kind of model farm, if properly-operateby the teacher, and a center of the agricultural and social lifo of the district.' And, he might add, when that time comes tho examination of the teacher for his cerlill-ca- te may safely be confined to his ability to manage this farm and to make it produce." Many of have a new neighbor just over the way, She was moving in on the first of May: When she look in her household A NATION'S HOPE goods, I saw Tbey primped their feathers in the Who are the men of the morrow They were nothing but rubbish sun, Seek ye the boys of today; and slicks of straw. An' sung their sweetest notes; Follow the plow and the harrow, nut when I made her a call just An' music jest come on the run Look where they rake tho hay. now From all their purty throats! I found she had furnished Walk with the cows from the pas her turo; houso somehow Ilul still that bird was silent All trim and tidy and nice and neat, Seek 'mid tho (asseled corn; In summer limo an' fall; t ho prettiest collage in all tho Try where you heard the thresher, He jest set still an' listened Humming in the early morn. street. An' wouldn't sing at all I .Of thistledown was her carpet fine, Who are the men of the morrow A thousand times belter and soft Look at your sturdy arm! Hut one night when them songsters er than mine: A nation's hope or tho future Was tired out an' still, Her curtains to shut out the heat A, if the wind sighed down tho valley Lives in the boy on the farm. and light. An' went creepin' up tho hill. American Agriculturist Were woven of blossoms pink and I For blue of stream and blue of sky; For pleasant shade of branches high; THE MOCKING BIRD For fragrant air and cooling breeze; He didn't know much music For beauty of the blooming trees, When first he Father in heaven, wo thank Thee! An' all tho birds came along; went wondcrin' Ralph Waldo Emerson. Why he didn't sing a song. about way to gel lo Lynn and found our friends had been very anxious about us, not having heard from us since the lire broke mil. .fiino Siilli, we took tho steamer to Yarmouth, U. S., there took the train up the lieaiitiful Annapolis Valley following (lie river all tho way. Wo puscd Port Ilnynl, where in 171(1 I lit French surrendered to the F.nglish in a bailie fought there, and now on ils beautiful grounds overlooking the river tourists love to linger. Fail her up tho valley Is Grand Pre, Ihe homo of "Kvangeline." Many of you know Iho sad story. Wo are visiting at an old fashioned house shaded by large elm trees. The house is ninely-lhre- e years old. II is owned by my brothcr-ln-la- w whose great grandfather in 178.1 wilh another man dug out a big log and formed n boat In which they rowed many miles up the river and cut down Irees and built a log house just in sight of this ono and later ono of tho sons built this substantial house wilh its big chimneys and largo sunny rooms. Now there arc five farms and ap ple orchards. The soil hero is much like tho blue grass. Our mountains are no more beautiful than those of Kentucky but the flue sheet of water makes the valley more beautiful as well as fertile. I have written just an outline of my trip. I cannot tell you all the pleasure connected with it; when I come back I shall tell you moro. Hoping (his will find every member well and happy, I remain, Yours kindly, Mrs. Howard Hudson, Supt. Homo Dept. ed SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door cial. Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnin- g Training that adds to your power, combined with genera education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commer- 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 com vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wa can put you with others like yourself and give chance for moat rapid progress 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Coarse For thoso who are not expecting lo teach and who are not going thru College, but desire more general education. This is just tho thing for those preparing for medcal studies or other professions without a college course. It also gives tho best general education for thoso who wish a good start in study and expect lo carry it on oy themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best training for those who expect to teaea. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through tha summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keepright on in their course of study Read Dinsmore'a great book, "How to Teach a District SchooL" 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This la the straight road to College beat training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Hirtory and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department 6th Door Berea College This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subject. Qusstions Answered BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with lta affiliated schools, is not a money-makin- g institution. It requires certain fee, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its studenta, 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 student 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 MY NEIGHBOR charge. THE VIOLET Dear lilllo violet, Don't bo afraid. Lift your blue eyes From tho rock's mossy shade, All the birds call for you, Out of tho sky; May is hero waiting, And here, too, am I. Why do you shiver so, Violet sweet? Soft is tho meadow grass Under your feet. Wrapped in your hood of green, Violet, why Peep from your earth door So silent and shy? Lucy Larcum WHAT SIN IS the modern dcllnitions of sin strike one who had the advantage of being brought up under earlier ideas as very silly. Wise men, or people who want to make a vhow of wisdom, explain the etymological meaning of tho Greek word for sin and state that it means home Was a broad green leaf like an emerald dome. Tis tho cosiest nook that you ever did sec. There came a sound o' melody No mortal ever heard, Mrs. Ycllowbird's house in the applo tree. An' all the birds seemed siltgin' From (he (hroat o' ono sweet Youth's Companion bird I Growing Things. Then the. oilier birds went playin' Oh. 1 am child f the country, and I Iot In tho land too fur to call; not the cltlea crlm! For there warn't no use in stayiif Mr heart Is akin to the wild thins and in woouian.il vast and dim. When one bird could sing fer all! Where tho winds and the brook mak mu Frank L. Stanton. sic and. faint from hi cool retreat. Cornea th When the stars was all In the dream in' fields o blue, An' the daisy in the darkness Felt the fallin' o' tho dew, And while: the dainty roof of her tiny All except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings, aad many assist in work of boarding hail, farm and shops, receiving valnahi training and getting pay according to the vaAie of their labor. Except sa winter it i expected that all will have a ckance to earn a part of tkeit expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for dotiing, laundry, postage, books, ate, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our cttaa te la the best, but as studenta must attend classes regardless of the weather, wans wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are aeeeeaary. THI STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work aaifoms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College asks no rent for tho fine buildings n which stu ienis live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, 91.35 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," aa guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but ooce, aad is returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for cars of seaoel buildings, hospital, library, etc (Studenta pay nothing for taitioa er services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift) The Incidental Fat for moat students is (5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal 96.90 aad $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental faa and room rant y the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM VOCATIONAL AMD Daddy's Bedtime The Little Pig Who W.i Door Old Soul! am a th country, and th "Tberi are some people who believe Oh, Iorchard child of my tread knows tbat the whole bumnn rare will lie When th bouths shin wblt with blo- soma and tho buds II Dink and red! saved." said an old lady, "but for my And hand In hand In th moonlight go my part 1 hope for better things." sours MIOVM snd 1. And w no words to question, no words to mak reply. FOR YOUR DEN voice of the thrush at even In a madrigal wild and tweet. Incidental Fee Room FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL f 6.00 5.80 9 6.00 7.00 OOLIJCS8 9 7.0t Board 7 weeks 9.45 Amount due Sept. 16, 1014... $20.06 Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 4, 1M4 t.46 Total for Una 929.60 WINTER TERM Incidental Room Fee- 9.46 982.46 9.46 7.00 9.46 $tM6 9.46 98149 LM 7.90 9.00 99t49 9 744 nd a child of tho country, and I k tho field at morn. Wbre th air come fresh and fragrant ana the lor of trw day la lo. a 24 in Loud carol tha cheerful robinhorn. Hn- Yak aad Harvard, aack to th over th way. Stung. Each 7 (a. a 21 in. Snook John Woo And tha arrowta thine and th bird and polio) Pig. I woloejn th dawn of day. All beit quality felt with felt head--8t. Nicholas. and Evelyn bad been to a party that afternoon and were aalte tired ing, itrcsmers, letter and maicot ex aleepy. 11 ut Uiej wanted their atory Just aa aoon aa daddy came eculed In proper colors. This iplended Like It Mlsa Goodrich- -I bear your husband assortment sent postpaid for 50 cents "What In the world will I tell you about tonight." aaked daddy. aad 5 stamps to pay postage. Send now la a great lover of tho aesthetic. Mrs. Nuricb-O- b. yea! 11 take one every "Ob," laughed Jack, "you know you bare a atory ready (or ual Now, SPECIALTY HOWARD COMPANY time be gets a tooth haven't you, daddy?" Dayton, Ohio "Well, maybe 1 could think up one If 1 tried." "I tblok you could." aald Evelyn. "If Evelyn thinks I can. too, I will have to tell a atory about a little plf. for 1 know aba la very fond of little pica. "There was once a very spoiled little pi named Hnook John. lie kept all Hosiery For Guaranteed Wear-EvMe family buiy attending to bis wnnta, and tbey were many, 1 can aaaure Men And Women you. He thought be wai very delicate and that be mustn't overexerdae, to be $1 CoaBpUtoSetaria Otttfk $1 Ladles' pedal Oder Bade bla family believe be wna tbat way. In fact after constant spoiling, be For Limited Time Only-- Six very fragile little pi. He Imagined he bad began to actually tbluk ho wna a 10 Articled 10 pair of our finest 35c value ladles' heart failure and Indigestion and neuralgia. guaranteed hose in blsck. tan or white "One day tbere was a party in the air. Great whisperings west about aa To advertise our Universal Shaving colors wltb written guarantee, for $1.00 to when and where the party should be and what tbey should do. Outfit and Unlverial Products we will and loc lor postage, etc, "Finally tbey decided that they would go to a nearby swamp where there for a limited time only, send this well SPECIAL OFFER FOR MSN worth t 3 00 Shaving Outfit for 9 1.00, waa the moat wonderful marshy ground to burrow la For a limited time only, six pair of our go, and be tried to make the we sell our products to tne consumer finest tec value Guaranteed Hoee any "And Snook John could not be persuaded to you all then feel a little unhappy about going and leaving blm. Of course tbey direct and therefore knowsave veryagents' color wilh written guarantee and a pair ot ss you are large. our well known Men's Paradise dorters vert used to bla acting In such a way, but atlll It did spoil the fun a little profits whichiirouna nasor. 1 tionow for on dollar, and loc for postage, etc. hit to fact they were leaving Hnook John all alone at borne. They tried to 1 Inch Lather Brush. You know tbeie hoie; they stood go, but be said that be bad aucb trouble with hla heart that ha Make hJ I Ksior Strop, Csavas Bsck. th test when all others fsiled. They 1 Nickle Estel Bsck Mirror wasjlrtu'f dare. give real foot comfort. They have no I sj.lnch Barber Towell. "'I havo to look after myself, aa no one else carea whether 1 llva or seams to rip. They never become loose I Bs Shaving Soap aaM Baook John In a wblny vole. and baggy as the shspe is knit in, not 1 Box Talcum Powder. pressed in. They are Guaranteed for "That Isn't true,' said the others 'Hat wa know you would fa) better 1 Decorated China Mug. ' If you came.' fineness, for style for superiority of I Aluminum Barber Cooab. material and workmanship, absolutely "That shows you don't understand,' aaM Bnook John, trying t look t Bristle Hair Brush. to wear sis months with talalesi Kach outfit packed In neat box $1,00 out holes, and a new pair free. or aaw, to bla horror, a huge yellow Cola or Money Order, postage 10c extra. "After they all bad left Boook Jobn on't delay, send in your oidet ae- Jacket afiracBlJ aba. TW awful thing cam nearer gad Bearer aad thee ssptrss. Give correct slse. screamed and screamed la that aaai aaek John1 with sack fate leases, beret It waa the first real Balapala, bad UNIVERSAL PRODUCTS CO. VUK-IVH0S1EIT COaWAJIT he '"Hot M taatht aaeok J aba a Boosts1! ClsP tnt Oh. I am Board 6 weeks Amount due Jan. 6, IMS Board weeks due Feb. 17, Total far tana TUs doss not in clad 9 6.00 6.00 9.00 749 9.99 9SSJM nt lt ,.. fM.99 949 999.99 1340 9.99 940 99149 JACK Landry. the dellar depeeU aer aaoaey far Special BxtCMM laaiaaas. Wimttr 0 Fell EveiTtlMif a Man Needs Special Hosiery Offer er !,' 912-0Stenography and Typewritlag.... 914.09 919,99 9M49 14.09 12.90 Bookkeeping (brief courts) 19.99 MJ4 9.99 7.00 1.99 Bookkeeping (regular covrse).... 19.99 Business cqurse studies for students ia ether sWpaitiasnto; Stenography .949 9749 749 149 Typewriting, with sae hear? aas 9.99 7.00 949 1949 of Instruaeent Com. Law, Cam. Goaf, Ceaa. 149 ArUh., or Peamaaakip, each... 119 9.49 149 In no case will spatial Buaiaaaa Fees eases d 91149 par tana. youeg saao or yeang weaaaa aaa get aa ssacatl Any at Berea tf there Is the will t do at. It is a great advantage to contlaaw staring viator aad sariag aad have a f aM year of eenUaaoaa stady. Many yoang people Waste tinae ia the public school going over and over the asaaa akhajs, whan' aasf satgkA la (proving aaaea faster by coating to BersaY aad saartiag la ea aaw stadias with soane of the beat yeasg men aad waaaaa frees ether aaanttes aad able-bodi- ed Srif Ted a have l-- ,f cants must bring mr sand a taatlsaamlal aaewlag that ther are year aid, in goad haaMh. and af aaad sharaeeor. TMa mar ha akened fcy same former Barea studeat ar sera reMeMa Isaahsr or bar. The us of tofiaaco Is strictly feratdden. geytanber ft, 1914. j0et Ready I Fall Term frieadly advisa write la Ue 1 Millar, iafomaUea For A pa 1 16 na. opu Et aver hat. and afterward ae wn make a rasa aeeut imaginary Deytea, OU Baytea, Waa MARSHALL B. VAUGHN, Be, Kj. Pago Eight. TUB CITIZhN July 30, 1014. has boon visiting Mr. Warns hrolhor, Leo Hlack, of this plni . -- Levi Oliver, L. ti N. brnkc-mai- i. has moved to his property purchased of Kd. Woodall, D,i. Itcston and wife of Cincinnati been visiting Mr. J, H. Hays' ha B cwrttpoadcnce pkllhc4 taltM iljiifd ! roll by tb wilter. The Mint family. Tho trustees of tho It not (or publication, bat trldtnc of tood tlth. Write rUlnty, firnded School nro beginning ESTILL COUNTY Hie work of an additional room lo Locust Branch I imnr.il Inn fnn rmnnvlnir hnlli tinmlln JACKSON COUNTY Hie school building before tho term I'.- l, July 2r..-- Mr. mid bone, at llio Ucrea hospital, Dr.' rf'I,!M Hurley begins. Livingston has grown lo "nd fanii ' visited Mr. such an extent "'' o Gabbard, Hobinson was tho attending sur- - J,,r,1 Hurley, July for the last, few l.rh Jr., of (his placo has been visiting1 genu. Miss Powell was brought to Mr-- Charley " kno" "sl 8""' a; mouths thai all tho dwellings aro .Miller and family left occupied t.,1.. r.n. UIIU lo .,.i ..i ih.i ". and many families havo i;i,lili;s IH Iiiiii.i,,, 111 inouiiid i.im uiiiui imr iw,,n ijiuhiiiji uiii; uiii, ci. G.,1,,,.1,. . f p o i I o-.- Mr. ' , (() 1T!M,r, (), wUu past week. Aunt Susan now able to walk a littlo but cannot points the d, that Is false. Work has been offered for sometime from a complication of . . ... 1IIICII. .lOlltlQllll rllltl Vffn rir I 111. ,,1.u.n Lake Is very poony. .Mrs. iouis.i wear a snoe. sue is very much (lis- i , 'W nouses. Attorney John II. LIo- - them but they will not do it. i o X diseases. Sho boro her pain patient- NV,,,I' flabbard visited al David Gabbard's appointed In not geHIng to bo in "f McKt'p Jackson County, t n "' JneKsnl1 " ly and left evidence of n hopo of fit f Boone and Mrs. the Michigan State Normal School Sunday nfternoon.-- Mr. was in (own on business today. Tho . .. ..... . V. .Mill II cknc ..i-nml fnm v u. i Hoone, July 20. Mesdames Nora lure happiness. Kho leaves a young : Mate n. . r. u. M'crotary negan an .. , i.uas. iiaiiiiani nave ucen viaiiniB in ipsiiaiui, wiiero sue nan planned ,. with tho latlor's broihers on Horso to be during the Suinmcr.-Llt- tlo !!' ,,,cIneI,l iusllttilo al the Ilapllst Church tho U'l'i'ii mill Tulillin r!'ililii,'.l u'nm husband, one child, hor father and ,. 1 , "" 'mends who miss . S.'lrd, lasting one week. Lick recently. fenmpson Mniicoie Flora, China and Charlie Click havo Tho work hopping iii IVirea Mon.lay.Our "w""'r " I'll llielll WO Offer Olir ) I..H.II.I ri....,l,.t. Snlmnl In ..rn.rrn.. ll,r I'leSellCO. gallons! of black of Double Lick was at Jacob Gab- - picked it conducted under the auspices of tho 1",!,r,,,', "iiipalhy. Tho remains Sunday on business. School ries within the last six days, work- - where she will bo for some time. l.lvlng-to- n Ilapllst Young People's al I'alrview is doing line. Would bo ,M crmo- is progressing nicely nt this place ing onry n short time evenings and Iglad for more to attend.-M- rs. CLAY COUNTY U'nion. Wnlkl tery.-O- " (,rm,,,n s . . iir school will begin Aug. :i. with James Hays ns teacher. or Anslerlllz, Ky, mornings. Burning Springs itrani ami iialiy Serious Accident Church services wero conducted nt Huming Springs, July 27. The1 Mrs. John Grillllh, who lives about Thursday lo spend a few days We liope lo have a largo allendanco Drln Rock Wo espeelally Inthis place Saturday and Sunday by ' 'I'" Teachers' 'f Mr. Jas. Grants tliruoul the yiar. Institute convened nl 2 miles east of hero, who with nrip itock, July 1". nied the 8lh, Manchester last week. It was her lillle boy while cominc lo mar-- ! Si'hool at Pigeon lloost last Monday vite the patrons of the district to bo Ilcv. G. H. Howman and Elijah Cor- present 011 Die llrst day. Wo wish licit. A largo crowd was present. j Old Uncle Solomon Sparks, ago 69 conducted by Dr. Cotton Noe of the kel Willi a load of berries and lav-'"- "l enrolled sixty pupils.-M- rs. m .urs. r.nzin .Mcwuium ami iim.ih.i.h. unci hi nays, ne siale University and Mrs. Cora Wil- -' ing the dirt road al the ward cross- - '""' Johnston began school Mon- - lo make (his a heller term than nny previous record. The new books ntiiiips visaed ni .lano oannani s mm-.- a nosi oi iriemis 10 mourn son Stewart of Itowan Counly. Nov-- 1 lug. taking the railway track bad day al Annville-Geo- . Pennington is Monday. Mrs. Sarnli Hurley enter ins loss, ins wire, uobecca Ann, Has er before has there been such mil- - proceeded lml n short distanco tin- - ''reeling a large store house be with the addition of Domestic Scitaiued a number of her friends at netn an invalid ror a number or versal interest manifested by the til thev were overtaken bv a train. Iwceii tlie company store and W. I). ence nnd Agriculture should help much to make schools heller -- Mr. years. Mr. Daniel F.stes, agent for leachers who resolved lo make Ibis and moving off her home, Saturday afternoon. Ilegley Isbnlld-Slar- k Jake this track to llio York' place.-Ll- oyd Hubbard. Jr.. of Hurley lias Ilros. Nursery was in this vi- - (lie most successful year yet. Tho north hound track their attention nn eight room dwelling between Hugh trees, lunowing were among some of llio being drawn by the passing train. Airred Truetl's nnd Itev. D. S been visiting at Mr. II. K. Cole's. fenmg nun u""' i.uii vim ii.iii .1 uiiii i' iu uiu a lew Hugh. July 27. Mr. and Mrs. Smilli s. -- Waller Metllock has lak-e- n MADISON COUNTY a large contract furnishing lum- Luther Kimlierlain of Dreyfus vis ilnys ago. Morn to Mr. and Mrs Walnut Meadow Wade Sparks a boy. Ho was named ited Mrs. Kimberlain's parents hero Iber o the Rockcastle River II. R. Kind Words Can Never Die. The good rain yesterday was Co. A. .1. fiabb.ird of Livmgton was last Sunday. Our school is pro- James T.. also another was born to UlTIIIINMIM. In'iI. Akkik lVr. liiuum A MilN. Mr. Grover Drew Mr. and Mrs. Bant Ilichardson was gressing nicely. here dim week on business. Miss greally appreciated by the farmers. -- MisUenevn llaiigbinan from Fork is teacher. Mrs. Jennie Dengc spent named John Fred. South I. ula Moore of Moores Creek who! dbt-li:3t:j- : last week witli her mother at Pig ehnol is ,i.ogressing nicely with J. lias I it slaying awhile with her llirhmoud is visiting her cousins, ' Jewell and I. Mile Ogg. The Misses Hollow. Messrs. S. and F. Azbill I', "parkman as teacher also Drip grandparent returned home last 1. Kind wonk can never die. CWreWI and blent, Ood liii l i"f Ui of Paradise have been building a Itock witli Miss Ollie Hatfield as week. Mr mid Mrs. J. H. Penning I. title, Anna and Maud Pearl Vaughn can never die; Wrli of the put Float o'er the 2. who have been visiting Iheir aunt, 3. Sweet tki'li can never die, Tho', tike the d'n Iknr bnlUit kin may fly porch for G. M. llenge t ho last week. teacher. Mr. Earnest Fowler went Ir daughter, Mrs. . ln visit 1. Our fouls ran never die, Tho' in the tomb We may all have to lir, Mrs. Francis Smith of Crooked Lane fox hunting last week and caught ,' . frank Moore and Mrs. Leonard , .. ? . tb Pi,st week, re- and Miss Jennie Azbill of Hatcher's four. '"'r. !,nn U" Hacker of Moore Creek last Satur Uncle John Kirby, who has been -Hun were visiting relatives on i day and hiinday. Win. Truett ami daiwerniiy Isaacs for , ,1(j ,j. Hausley Fork last week. Miss Her-I'Frank Vaughn are drilling a well tor. -- Mr. Will Ogg bought s a herd of Isaacs. July 2.I. We had some Fowler and Mr. Lewis Anderson for Eliii Caeel. RAIl.Trmpf, callle from Mrs. Serena Ogg at C of Uerea were visiting her mother, good rains last week thai thoroughL- 4- -, cenl per Hi. last week. ly wet the ground once more. Corn OWSLEY COUNTY Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Parsons ofAs-hutrfg i visited her daughter here Sun- is looking much heller. Died "yest Booneville I Silver Creek day. Miss Simla Haker of Shirley erday about eleven o'clock, Mr. Geo. Booneville, July 20. Crops are Lodged in the breadt ; Like ekiliWi iinpk ikjmn, Said o'er a thousand timca, Silver Creek, July 27. Everybody Itiley of Moorcs Creek, Mr. Riley looking line now. The rain contin a a hap-pthing, Man-was the guest of Carrie Hale, SunrpnnK, llnght to the l.wt, .Man-- y oxer I he nice rain we In win try houra. Hat when the gentle dew Cum tin tknr charmn anew. day. Tho storm did considerable lias been sick for about two years. ued up until Friday. The farmers i..inuolcliiK ... kit tho' the tlech decay, Souls p.iM in peace away. Wrapt in its gloom. He leaves n wife and four mall damage on South Fork Sunday. of this cou.ily have been benellle.l wut'from Kansas Is . Mi(rlllll children to mourn his loss. W extboiisniul, o dollars by the good her Mster, Mrs. 0. E. Ander- I s i i 0 0 tend our sincerest sympathy to his Nathanton rnms. Hie leachers' Institute com- - ,, fur awhile s .nonces here May will, Dr. A. S. Nalhanton, July 23. Mrs. Ellen bereaved family. There are five The dead, angel visited the homo of smallpox al David York's. cnnmi, Melv.nie in chnrge.-Milt- on Maloncy and daughter of Muskagec, Thack- - of Mr. MIM Mr Mall whillmooro --- l pthJ; r-All who have smallpox are now er has typhoid fever but is getting Okla., after spending the past few Friday uiglit and look from tlie-- r quarantined. .lack Howard and his along very well. -- B. J. Moyers sold iheir little bov. The V1 V- -weeks with her sister, Mrs. Win. rremain Go thro' all J'in iad climei. The heart to cheer. Sim or can nevr die, a nice pair of mule to Mr. Chandler (,id lo Evans of this place, leaves today ac- son, Otis, are home from Cincinnati, rel Saturday evening in tho Childhood can Far, far whero (hey have been at work for Floats on tiai'i ntstUt of Long Creek for $i7.ri.-- Tho companied by her sister for a visit pro- - silver Creek cemetery. The bc- Sweet tWi can nevrdie. With many an added hue. They Hmb with relatives in Lee County before some time. Mr. M. Turner of Pond loed railroad through this county reaved familv have our deepest sym- day With (Irirt a bove. Our soul can nevrdie, Live thro' Lick visited his granddaughter, Mrs. li I pper Buffalo is merely a dream pal by. returning home, Miss Ona Caudill .s 0 r-00-)'z70Z0.z and if built any time in the near 0returned home yesterday from an Sarah Davis. July 17. Mr. Granville. Tr ZP Mr. C. L. Johnson was call.! homo extended visit with relatives in Les- Hiley is on the sick list. Mrs. Marj-Eruliiro will be no permanent alTalr. Saturday on account of the death of Purkey visited on Pigeon Roost lie and Perry Counties. Tho new The I. O. O. F. hall here which Is hf siler-in-lnMrs. Wis Johnson, Hcnrv H. DnvU hn seats for our school house received tin's week. one of he best building In town Mrs. Martha Wilt and Mrs. E. II. spent the past two weeks with) Thursday came none loo soon. Quito r.. : i ha been newly painted this last Bnoklnre and Mrs. Elira Anderson , .i. i i -- j , , m ss .inn relatives in uerea audi a number from this placo attended iin-nuweek which add greatly lo its penl Thursday with Mrs. C. T. r die. r die, no, die, Kind orJi can nev-e- r die, nevr vicinity. Mr. Win. Taylor is sick at! appearance, Dr. J. G. Bowles "Den- - Todd. church at Sexton's Creek Sunday. nev-- r die. nev-e-r die. Childhood can nev-- r die, no, nev-- r die. Major Pierson of near Cincinnati presenl. Mrs. Annie Brewer visiledi nev-e- r die, nev-c- r die. Sweet lk'u can nev-- r die, no, nev-e- r die. Iit." who i working here now says Mrs. Hiram Powell, who lias been .Mrs. Charley Price Thursday. r die, no, nev-e- r die. We nev-e- r die, nev-e- r die. Our nouU can but formerly of Sturgeon who was lie is thinking of making his head- - sick for tin- - pit week is able lo bo run over and killed by a train last wero all sorry to hear of tho death ipiarier here. Our old friend. J. E. out attain. Sunday, was brought here for bur- of Mr. Reuben Sams, Jr., of Pond Hammond of I.exingion formerly Mi Mnble Johnson spent Satnr- ial Thursday. II. P. Hums and son, Lick. His wife is also not expected poslmasler and druggist of Boone- - day night witli her Aunt Mirs. KIih j Frank, left ono day last week for to live but a short while. Nath villo ha been visiting Ids many dred Hrewer Is working for R. E. Taylor, Hamilton, Ohio. Ml friends and relatives of (his place .i . Maud Bowman Is going to ri good resolutions adopted: 1st, That, one running in the opposile director Hie pat week 0FCSSX nTnni!. North Carolina Friday where sho . m Vi Mildred ..M.unuR. is leacn- - u-invn a liountiful sunn v. of cood turn s rurk I twin The woman re- will teach school. Posey Mildred, July 19. Died, July 15th, or. waler. 2nd, That eacli school build ceived a broken arm and the lioy! Next Saturday and Sunday aro Posey, July 2rt. Mi Given Har- - regular Miss Lucy Vaughn of tuberculosis al least ono hundred yards of a beimr seriously, if nn church days at Silver Creek. Doublelick 1,1 !...:.' i... . moil arrived here lal Sunday. She ....... In front (if Hie snlmnl illll.il lim-iafter a long illness. She was burmnili.l ,. ,.. ": J'""- ...ill """ 1,11 rtnilhlnliM, I..I..OO ii8 e I. .1 t,M.r house. 3rd. Thai each teacher con- - anovo I '.'" wrist, nnd :i ied in the Uncle Neeley Moore grave ...,.H,,,-o,ll-,,umiDlil SuliMTihers: Our fountain pen " uniue i" ho place attended court at MeKoo Mon- ynrd Thursday evening, tho 10th. tucl a moonlight school for illiter- -' skull. They are in caro of nr.,11'' .v'":,r fd the B. C. Graded School, proposition is for you to enjoy ns lo have Albert Anderson also died the IGtli day. School began at this place ales and others. Mrs. ell as oilier.. Send us ? IJ M and .Stewart Amyx of this place and Dr. Penning-- - A" ""' 'li'ri(,, i,r" ner iiiick wini u again. Mr. nnd we will extend your subscription iui .nr. Arcn ueynoids as aroused the teachers' ambition in ton of London. and was buried the next day in the .....n i.ij M,!4- NV A. Adam Tyner graveyard. Elgin Gibson teacher. The Holinesses aro hav- - sllch a manner that vcrv soon the j arrived for. the ear and send you the en. Institute IJiis week. They will live and Charley Moore havo gono to ing a series of meetings at Pine Grove 2,500 illiterates will enjoy tho priv- Boona You can't alTorii to be without in Hie cnllago just above Ihe graded Hamilton, Ohio to work. School at this week conducted by Rev. While, ilego of an education. Tlie teachers Tim Misses Hatlie and Minnie commended llio superintendent, Mr. !, "'"""N J,ll' 27. A good rain fell school house where Ihoy will leach. Citien and a fountain pen Flat Lick is progressing nicely with J. S. Smith as teacher. Mrs. Lottie Hampton spent Saturday night witli Hatton, for providing each dis- -' S"IM,i,y w,,ic" was much needed In Mr. Clayton Rowland, who hasjieen when you can get them for $IJ0. the Normal School al Mooro of Louisville is visiting the Misses Pollie and Margaret Mc- - trict with a water cooler. Among ,hls swtl0"- - Mr. J. H. Lambert Is attending Collum.-Seve- ral. sil'k IM- - Miss Hattie Payn- - Richiiiond, arrived home yeterday. of this place arc ,0 institute visitors were Prof.l''" friends and relatives in Tyner and w,, has ,,CCI1 attending school, --The thrashing machine ha been niklOllikllTI Planning to attend tho Berea Fair. I Mildred for a few" weeks UnUKNAII MA Hunt of Berca College. M- - llnin-il- er uns pari mis week.-n- r. ' """"" i"iieu uumu ;saiur-,i- ii ..in ii.iiHHHiiHis, who nas ueen mond of Samuel County. Dr. And- -' , .Martin of coiiductor on a street car at Cincin- - erson has had a good and substan-nat- i, Mildred Ohio, returned home, Thursday, tial wall built around the front of hl.no cerlillcalo and began her the world,' gave a very interesting 81c, No. 4 white 80O80Hc, No. i Mildred, July 19. Mr. Webb from hero Monday. Mrs. I). G. lecture at the Clifty Church house low 7S78Uc. No. 2 yellow 77Cf78c, ' j llio Madison County was in this vicinity beautiful home. Mr. 1). W. Moore's rrnitir Tim limiwii u"iu full tf No. 3 yellow 77fp78c, No. 4 yellow buying sheep. J. G. Morris was Montgomery did tho work.-M- rs. Dr. Martin was called to Waco last last niehi Moore's Creek, July ince tho week to the bedside of her neice,' pie to hear him. We would be cutting oats for Win. Bowles last recent rains fanners are'encouraged Horn.sl)' of McKeo is vis'tinS who has been ycry sick.Mr. and glad for him to wMtJ elr again. , 77 week. J. G. Bowles was at Boone-vil- lo SOc, yellow 79T81c. last week doing dental work. I In v No. 1 tlmnthv 1I931. ulnn.l. Mrs. Ellen Vaughn is sick this week. graded nrd timothy $1820, No. 2 17Crl9, No. Mrs. Emily Mooro has been very Il Miss 3 I1&W17, No. 1 clover mixed S17.o0 sick but is better. Corn crops aro is Swnn- - 'No- - 1 No- - 2 clover mixed - 2tG.00O16.50, c,ovcr 14 Cl0Vvr J,0W17' NoW- - Wry Vrs looking line considering tho dry s v rccvcr" tele- g- hfl she ious injuries sustained by the ox-;- J" gram came yesterday that Major!,015. weather but Irish potatoes are a Johnson at this 2 white iMUVAc. stand. Oats No. ' "'I'0' .Jf' n"U BerCt i' J', Witkoii was killed by a rimninu arU white 40frM0Ac. No. 3 while 39V4c. failure. and Mrs. Winston of Berca are vis- - pIos,(,n of l,is """ lasl wiler.-- Dr. at Still- , f wh,,n 37fjf38c, No. 2 mlxutf 87 xvehh nnd fjimllv nm.inn..ll )v " rtn VVC1 n;llrt,,nn. t His father and,N0, ii.- -! .1 ...... ...... ..j it ing uiBir iiioiuer, mrs. Marv I'ur- w !n..i...., i , nea lust-- .u. j i Kerby Knob nlel wul wife are visiting j key of this place.Ulessr for Cincin- - mixed 34ttfti36ic. ditj.w',ic, "e f "h bro' i '"fl Delb rt Kerby Knob, July 11. Miss Mar- lohnson, Garrelt Ingram the homo of Dan Bishop of Teges. ra 01...... J UIUI B, ' this morn ing, Wheat No. 2 red 84Q84Uc. No. 3 S. and .. B. n..,..nn tha Durham began her school at T, !..!1 l.l ""!t vtl SII10 111110 reu aimaivsc, eo. 1 reu lowsyc. OUS and ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. . Durham Ridge, July 13th, with good .i.irrie(i, me ",,.ny.Ior ar,8 " itmrv r?.w ',01ullrTHl;n', " fuw...,la3 'ack zim, .Mr. Floyd Fields broke Into of iprlnscrs, l to 1 lbs , i.(lr., attendance. Miss Durham taught of Bongo to Miss Ellon WiUnn 1,,,..,,,., 1 . f..P fmm Livinuston last week. Saturday another broke, lb 2lc' yo,,t,K l,PrlK - 0Vl'r at this placo in J9I2-1- 3 and wo wel- Their many friends wfsh them a Livingston, July 27. Born to n ''kins.--I) puty Collector, ducki. 2 Ihs and over. 16c; duck., tho Into Clell Young's houso and took . come her into her homo school for happy future. Mrs. Jerome V "!"9 white lOc; turkoyB, touu 16c; hen Hellnnl wife of Leo Wagner a bov. Mr. and several valuable articles. They 'J iub tho third term's service. Mr. and of Tulsa, Oklahoma, is visiting V her Mrs. Chester Hlack of lona, Laurel claim they cannot find work but 0onl,;V'T nirKoyg, Primemid over, lDc. llrats 17c, Kkk Mrs. Albert Powell wero visited father, John W. llnu 18e, hireil live stills ill ... Wilson. Rov. G. ordinary firsts 14c, sccodiIh 12c. Saturday night by Misses Minnie Hooker filled his appointment P. Son counties last week.Mrs. Jack v;auio snippem at 7.&uus.65, oxtra and Mary Johnson and on Sunday Kirby Knob, Saturday and Sunday. Kidd of Walslon accompanied by lier tM&QSi butcher Btccr. extra I8.104J by Mr.' and Mrs. David Durham's 'daughter, Nellie, has been visiting 8,2G- - '00d ,0 choice 7.25t8, common Mr. Georgo Riley, who has been heifers, oxtra $8.10r family: Tho Misses Johnson and sick for about two years Muvit from 'I'lmreilnv I ill Mnn t0 falr died on the 825- 10 cholce '.iVv .258. Mr. and Mrs. Durham visited Miss 2ith Inst, and was buried In Mrs. Molly Hammonds of Cln- - to fair $4.6007; cows, extra common 8.26O6.60. Anna Powoll Sunday. Miss Powell Johnson graveyard. Ho leaves a the For Live Stock or Washing and Cooking. We make ciuiiali has been visiting Mrs. Mar-'goto choice I5.7G0G.15, common to wife unfortunately plunged her foot ami four children- .- His brothers, canners 34.25 you any size Tank or Trough ,to order while you wait. "Ilia H. Oenlry for tho pusl w)k and falr against a needlo in her rug on Mon- Messrs. Robin, Ed. and Wiley Riley day niglil, Juno 1st, breaking- - olf of Jackson, Ky, arrived Just in time-tchi l Mays of .Duck Creek stayed over, Calves-Kx- tra 110.25. fitr to 'iofd night with (i. J. (lenity Saturday. inoh of tho needlo In about one-ha- lf seo their dead brother laid to rest. $7.80fi10, common and lame S5fli).C0. Hogs Selected heavy sbldpers 9.10 her big toe.' An Mr. Clark Cornell, an old soldier Examination 09.15, good to choice packers and laure county' not only located tho needlo but of tho Civil War. died tho 22nd Inst. HENRY LENGFELLNER hutcheri $9.1009.15, mixed packem $9 Pittsburg showed nn extra bono caused by Mr. Mullins of Mt. Vernon, who is common to wwi.io,Ming vk ... I'iltsbtirir lnlv '"iMr- - ifi.iln rhiilco ' u,BB fnt standing while teaching. interested in tho bank to bo aslnli. continuous f f. Phone 7 or 187 Tinthop on Jackson Street, Berca, Ky. . Sll.llll Afl.'llllB illo.l 'I'IimfgiIk. nl. ,1.1 .l,l...,.. Ilnr.aoor On Saturday, Juno Oth, sho had an Ilshed at Annville, mado a business nt mldufglil. She has beep suffering k'8) $7.5009. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else trip (o (his plnco Frldny.School begins llio laih nl this plnco villi Prof. T. C. Johnson ns teacher. Prospects nro for n good school. Prof. Johnson is nn nblo Instructor. S. S. every Sunday nt 2 p. m. by Miss Muyskins of tho Ami-vllInstitute. cn-duclcd lo Com 'y, Llv-lim-t- on 27,-Jnk- Don't say Flour to your merchants, say "I want Zaring's Patent Flour" then you are sure of the best biscuit. .ii ... ..... ni c.i,. M' ... "!,"l". .... ,''"n ,o ... ..,". -3 bcr-bar- d's r ... .. ... '' -2 s ir lb, Child-hoo- d -- "HS:i mem-o-r- 1 ha T ry I j y y dal-a- y W j new-case- t jj t' ,i w, nev-e- j nev-e- nev-e- ; f:.i-iu- - 'b'l'htl - I UinUrTO (fit J 2C.-S- ,,e SJV78c tnffiffi 79& ,8-r'- t JS ... 1 17'' yl'o K;inl,; " " - 0grSg "."n. "" 111 I 11 "r "b' - n"c- " SAVE YOUR WATER 1 I od Glittering and Roofing a Specialty X-r- ay !..