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I1KHEA, The Citizen of" MADISON COUNTY, KKNTUCKY, AUGUST 0, 101 1. Knowlesfs it yewtr a4 lo kssp p wiU knowledge it ia rati a wj Us aawiaaaar. t4 N. 0. til MoinitSLln People Ono Collar Vol. X7I. a Year. There is war in the Old World. A Prince and Princess were brutally murdered, and people in Servia who had reason to hate them are suspected of having done the deed. Austria demands permission to send her men into Servia to find and punish the murderers. Of course this is something which no independent nation like Servia ever allows. Austria did not expect permission, but she wants a war and makes this an excuse. Other nations want war, hoping they may gain territory or glory. The people that manufacture warships, guns, powder, surgical instruments and coffins want war. The officers of all armies and navies want war because it will give them excitement and promotion. So untold lives must be snuffed out, family circles broken up, property destroyed, and hatreds kindled because of this greed and folly. Austria will be backed by Uermany, ami in a nan- hearted way by Italy. Servia will be backed by Russia, Prance, and Greece. Inland after laboring for peace is forced into war against Germany. It will be the most terrible war ever known for there will be fighting in the air, and bombs dropped in the great cities. Hut God reigns and will make the wrath of man to praise Him. WAR WAR MAP OF EUROPE, SHOWING STRENGTH OF ARMIES UNITED STATES HEWS WORLD NEWS OWES IT TO MANKIND MEETING TO HELP THE WORLD Washington. President Wilson bai appealed lo the people of the United States to remain calm during the wat , In Kurope. Ilu declared the United States owes It to mankind to help thj rcBt of thu world during the present crisis. The President declared thj United States could Rain great and permanent KiO'j uuring me present trouble providing no one lost his head The President urged that nothing b dono In America to add to the excite went of the world. OF AMERICANS Ie marooned IOndon. Americans Ixmdon held a moccter meeting In th Waldorf hotel, the 2,000 who attended overflowing the- hotel steps nnd side walks. Ambnsador Page's nbenc from the meeting brought severe crlt Iclsm upon him. .Many demanded tc know whether the ambassador had been Invited, and upon receiving ar alllrmatlve reply, booed the suggestloc that he was working In their Interest lighting strength of the prluclpal Kuropenn nations In time of war totals nearly 130,000,000. On one side, favoring Servia, is the triple entente, of England, Russia and Franco, and on the other side, supporting Austria, Is the triple alliance namely, Germany, Italy and Austria Itself. WAR IN SUMMARY KAISER PRODS FRANCE t PRECAUTION TAKEN EFFECT OF GENERAL WAR CERTAIN TO BE FELT IN THE UNITED STATES. ENGLAND WILL PROTECT COAST Battle Fought Between the Russian and German Troops TO REVOLT FOR INDEPENDENCE. Boston. Poland is going to take ad APPROPRIATES $250,000 rantago of the European turmoil tc roTolt for independence, according tc Waihlnston. linns were comnlttcd Rudolph Yabck, manager of a lloston Polish newspaper. He says that mtve for the care of Americans In Congress, at the request ol than 60,000 Poles are drilled In the Europe. President Wilson, appropriated $250,-00- United States, and they will be com as nn lultlal step, and will grant manded by Gen. J. M. Slcnklewlcz, more funds If desired. The approprla stationed In Chicago. tlon will be used In caring for the Im mediate needs of Americans, especial THOUSANDS ARE READY TO GO. ly those without means of obtalnlni Now York. Fifteen thousand Ger any funds. Americans who have let reservists ters of credit and travelers' checks, oi man and other forms of money credit, will b In Now York City nro waiting for the embassies Ic word to embark. That number al assisted by American having them cashed. Instruction! ready have registered their names were Issued to American diplomatic names and addresses at their respec ofllccrs to Issue "ambassadors' orders tive consulates, and hundreds more In exchange for letters of credit, bans will register. checks or money orders. DOWAGER EMPRESS IS HALTED, war-tore- ! Austro-Ilungarla- Stockholm dispatch says the Germane defeated the Russians In the first naval battle of the war, off the Aland Islands, and seized the Islands. French aeroplane piloted by Roland Carroe rammed a dirigible with 29 men. All Participants killed. New York and Chicago banks decided to use certlffeatee for clearing, Instead of money, each bank therefore reserving Ite cash on hand. Savings banka will exercise- the clauee In practically all cities. Grand Duke Nicholas hae been apof the pointed commander-in-chie- f Rueslan army. French troops, 65,000 In number, cross German frontier In Vcegee mouny Invasion Without a Declaration of War Surprising. German Ambassador Has Not Left Paris, Where the Greateet Anxiety . le Over England's Attitude. Paris, Aug. i. According to omcial telegrams, the Germans have invaded French territory at three points at least, but there still is no official rupture. Baron von Schoen, the German ambassador, gives no sign of leaving his post. Ho visited the Ftonch foreign office Sunday afternoon In order to try to explain away the violation of Luxembourg neutrality. Official circles do not conceal their surprise at the ambassador's conduct. Their view Is that Germany Is trying to gain tlmo and provoke France Into declaring war, so as to make France appear tho aggressor In the eyes of the world, particularly In the eyes of Great Hrltaln. There 1b the greatest anxiety In Paris ovor Great Drltain's attitude On every side 1s heard tho question: "What will England dot" President Potncare decided to postpone the meeting of parliament until Wednesday owing to the inability of number of deputies to reach Paris by Tuesday, the date originally set. Most of the Paris newspapers have reduced the site of their editions for the sake of economy, the eight page sheets cutting down to four pages and tho four sheets to two. The Patrle printed one small leaflet, giving the Dews of Germany crossing the French frontier. On every side the questions most agitating the public are: What Great Britain will do? Where Is the British fleet? Will a British force be landed on tho contlnont? These questions are heard on every side. The male population Is rapidly disappearing from Paris, except those years of age and thoee above forty-fivunder twenty. The underground railway probably will stop running. The great public services the telephone, telegraphs, railways and malls are dally becoming less available for publlo uses. e Financiers Are Citing Experience' of Baring Failure In Connection With Possible Result of Upheaval. ' Passes Emergency Currency Dill, Washington, Aug. 4. The house- by a vote of 321 to 3 passed Uie senate mergency currency bill making available to national banks hundreds of millions of emergency currency now In the vaults of tho treasury, Not only did the house authorise the removal of restrictions In the currency laws regarding the use of the $500,000,000 bow ready for Issuance to the banks, tot It raised the limit of the eraer-Cnc- y Issue and gave the secretary of the treasury discretion to place at the disposal of the banks twice that sum ifcowld the banks make call for It. - sided with Servia, and took up her defense. Thereupon Germany lakes TABLE OF CONTENTS ns up tho cudgels for Austria and PAGE 1. ttlitnrial Wnr. acts of aggression against both NVws. United Stnles Russia and nlso against France, tho Kentucky News. ally of Russia, which thus far had World News. kept out of tho qunrrel. Knitter Prods France. Germany, in order to securo posiPrecnulion Taken. tions of advantage moved her troops England Will Protect Const. into tho territories of Luxembourg PACE 2. The Ilattlo Creek Sanitarand Helgiutu, allho slio was hound by ium. treaty to regard both as neutral ter Slav Versus tho Teuton. ritory in event of war. This viola Hack to Port. Liners Helurn (ion of neutrality and tho threats of Sunday School Lesson Germany against France, at onco PAGE 3. Mountain Agriculture. bring England into tho Held of ac Meadows and Pastures. tion, as she is bound both by treaty War Times. and her own interests lo protect Bel Kentucky Prfmnn; News. gium and to unite for tho defense of Page 4. Local News. Franco against German attack. llorea Hoys in Europe The situation then Is this, Ger Boron Fair a Grand Success. many has declared wnr against Itus sla and Franco, Austria against Ser PAGE 5. Ky. News Continued. via, Franco against Germany. These U. S. News Continued. PAGE 6. Tlio Land of Hrokon Prom- nations have their nrmics under mo tion nnd their navies alrcndy begin ises. Meantime EngKentucky's Primary News Continued. ning engagements. land is getting her troops nnd navy, PAGE 7. Verso for This Week. in readiness, and has voted $525,000- ,Why? 000 for emergency purposes. Don't Let Your Chickens Oct Wet. Airships of various typos to tho How Uncle Sam Spends Your In- number of over a thousand have ad corno Tax Dollar, ded a new feature, with tho possi Citizen Prizes. bility of now horrors to modern PAGE 8. Kastorn Kontucky Nows. on pira Klrht.) Hymns America, Flag of tho Fruo. bo-gi- Rueela Busy on Black Sea. NoTorossyk. Russia, Aug. 4. Russian authorities setted the German on the Black sea, and steamer AU (Continued on pago five) German cruiser bombards Russian naval port of Llbau and reports it In flames. Empreee Dowager Marie of Rueela captured In Berlin. German eoldlere Invade Switzerland London. Dowager Empress Maria and aelze military etatlon at Basle. Frenoh aerial squadron scouting of Russia, Feodorownn, sister of Queen Mother Alexandria, was stop- over Germany. Greece decldee to remain neutral for ped In llerlln on her way to St. Petersburg, and given the choice of re- the present German troope enter Belgium after turning to England or going to Copen that country refuses permission for hagen. such action. Ruealana Invade German territory at Elchenreld and Bchwlngen. Two THE EUROPEAN WAR Never in tho history of modern squadrons of Cossaoks reported headPrustimes has the world been turned up- ing for Johannesburg, eastern sia. side down as rapidly as in tho past Germany rushing 100,000 men Into week. Austria's demands tipo.n Ser France through Luxembourg. Towne of (ho assassination Longwy and Longuy are reported capvia for amends for of the Archiluko nnd his wife wcro tured by Invaders. Dlvlelon of Uhlane of such uaturo as to lend to their reported annihilated by French and rejection. Without giving further 2,000 German prisoners taken. French army aviators reported to consideration Austria declnres war have dropped bombs at Nuremberg. upon Servia. Russia immediately Italy still clinging to neutrality policy- tains. FIRST BATTLE IN THE AIR Brussels. The first battle In the air was fought near Nancy between a French uoro piano and a Gorman dirigible. Every man engaged In the fight was killed. According to the received hero Roland Garros, French flyer, sighted a (Jerman dirigible shortly after it had crossed the The border from dirigible was an enormous affair of tho Zeppelin type and was manned by 25 German soldiers. It Is supposed to have been sent up for scout duty column which tho German from crossed tho French frontier at Clroy. Garros, who had been scouting about the territory for some time utter nows of tho German Invasion was received, sighted thu dirigible at a height of 1,000 feet. He drove his fleet mono-planstraight at the dirigible. The huge gas bug exploded with a torrlflc detonation, followed by a burst ol flamo. The monoplane, hopelessly entangled In the wreck, crashed with it to tho earth, engulfed In flames and without appearing to be able to clear Itself from tho debris. Garros and the probably 25 German soldiers were dead beforo they struck the ground. All that could be recovered from the smoldering pllo after tho flames bad been quenched was charred fragments of flesh and bones. Alsace-Lorraine. Western Newspaper Union News Service. New York. Even If diplomacy and First Attempted Aerial Attack on finance and other Influences are able Parle Was Frustrated and Driven to prevent the war spirit spreading Back Ultimatum Is Sent to Berlin, yet.lt is the belief of the financial disDemanding Withdrawal of Troops. trict that there will be sure to follow serious and perhaps grievous demoralization, which may by and by affect FLASHES FROM THE WAR our own financial and commercial market. Comparison has been made which with the experience world-widA battle was fought between the for nearly two years was consequent German and Russian fleets off the upon the failure of the Baring BrothAland Islands. ers, of London. The Bank of England The Aland Islands'form an archicamo to the rescue of the immediate pelago In the Gulf of Bothnia. powerful Influence of situation. The They have belonged to Russia the bank stayed the financial cyclone since 1809. which began immediately after the anThe Servians are advancing on nouncement of the failure. Solvent Austrian territory, Austria having houses were protected and general withdrawn a portion of her army. bankruptcy was prevented. Bulgaria is mobilizing and Yet the effects of tho failure were Is expected to follow. They noticeable throughout tho world. Turkey Is mobilizing In the hope contributed In no small degree to our of furthering her Interests. began own currency famine which Two Russian spies have been soon after the second Inauguration ol shot at Hamburg. Grover Cleveland as president. It Is It Is reported that part of the presumed that something of this kind German Baltic fleet le massed in will be observed, even though peacethe North 8ea off Jutland. ful conditions be speedily restored troops have been All Danish on the continent of Europe. Presumawithdrawn from Jutland. bly hoarding will begin. In Europe It New of the attempted assassiwill be Impossible to estimate the exnation of the German Crown tent of the commercial demoralization Prince was brought by Lord and stagnation which will be sure to bo observed for some months. The Burgomaster of Antwerp announced that the Germans had VALUE IS NEAR TO $17,000,000. invaded Llmburg, Holland. e Rou-manWin-terto- IN OUR OWN STATE DIRECTORS CHOSEN BY COMPANY St. Louis. Personal property to the par value of almost $17,000,000 and extensive realty holdings In Missouri, Texas and Connecticut are Itemized In tho inventory of the estate of Jamet Campbell, lato railroad financier, ol this city, filed here. Of the personal property $15,936,012 Is in stocks and $123,707 In cash. Tho balance Is In bonds, notes and accounts due. The entire estate was willed jointly to Mr Campbell's widow and daughter Lois At tho death of these heirs and thelt children it will go to St. Louis University for a medical school and hos- A Dover-Calai- s steamer reports that a French cruiser arrested a grain steamer bound for a German port German Emperor ordered Baron Von Schoen, German Ambaseador, to demand his passports from the French government. pital. EMBANKMENT, Paducah, Ky. The Ohio Valley Fire Insurance Co., which was organized here In threo months and has Just been granted a permit to write business, elected directors as follows: F M. Fishor, Frank Boyd, E. C. Boone, , W. A. Berry, Auber Smith, W. F. Abo Livingston, II. L. Meyer, E W. Ilakor, L. F. Kolb, H. J. Reynolds. O. R. Davis, J, A. Rudy, James M. Long, C. W. Emery, J. L. Wolff, Brack Owen, Ed D. Hannan, all of Paducah; Pax-ton- PLUNGES OVER Jeffersonvllle, Ind. One man was probably fatally Injured and three oth ers were hurt when castbound Big Four freight train No. 64 ran onto an incompleted switch and rolled own a t embankment. The locomotive turned over and O. A. Eldrlge, tho fireman, was pinioned In the cab. He was L. Brewer, May field; II. B. Gilbert, body before he could Murray; Sam Stewart Metropolis, 111.; scalded about the special train brought be extricated. A Q. W. Walbrlght, Metropolis, III.; T Injured to the Deaconess hospital W. Blakey, Hopklnsvllle; C. E. Rice, the In Loulsvlllo. The engineer resides at Fulton; C. J. Barlow, Barlow. Wabash, Ind., and the conductor at Qreensburg, Ind, (Continued on Page 6.) ton-foo- tier Is progressing at several points A German customs simultaneously. house has been raided by Cossacks and at Eydtkuhnen a brisk engagement was fought, the Ruselans driving back the German column and occupy Ing the town. It Is held by a column of artillery, with Infantry supports. London. The British cabinet Is now solid for war. From a reliable source It Is learned that those opposing Intervention In the present crisis were Right Hon. L. V. Harcourt, Lord Mareley, Right Hon. John Burne and Sir John 8lmon, attorney general. President of the Board of Trade Burns has placed his resignation In the hands of Premier Asquith, while the others who have been Impelled to preserve their opinion by Germany's violation neutrality which Great of Belgian Britain had pledged itself to guarantee. The first attempted aerial attack (Continued on Page 5.) Western Newspaper Union News Service. 8t Petersburg. The advance of the Russian army across the German fron- Page Two. August 6, 1014. satisfy their nmultlona for self sjnrrsn' region has ever been consistent and In dlseaient Russia strengthened her old accordance with tho one great aim of resolution to acquire Constantinople by the western powers of Kuropo to hem transforming Bulgaria Into a Russian In Russia so as to prevent It from gnln-InA family nssssesM' or th4t f,lh a foothold on tho Mediterranean provlncc.nnd Austria-Hungarrenewed Interesting. true and coast For tho sako of that itlin Tur her determination to gain an outlet-oy Rctmi, Ky. at rublUhrd every Thnt-Itho Aegean at' Palnnlkl and to extend key wna permitted to conllnun Its ex her Adriatic fmntngn by crushing and Istence tn spite of Its misrule nnd over- BEREA PUBLISHING CO. absorbing Servla, Albania and hettrnncn. In pursuance of tho same policy the terms of the treaty of San Is (I iwoTpornt'1) The Russian plans were defeated by Stcfitno were annulled by tho treaty ntOST, tloc4CkM WM. tho genius nnd valor of Alexander of of Ilerlln tn prevent Russia from ob- (By H. O. HKLMtnU. Director of Bvenln C II. WOtTENflUCER. Miuth Edrto of l)Tartmnt, The Moody Bible Institute, nnd F. O. BOWMAN, AabUnl Mmi Battenhurvr and Stephen Btnmbulofr. taining Important ndvnntnges Chicago.) Thoso of Austria seemed far more like- cventunlly the control over the port of Subscription Rates ly to succeed. Tho Berlin treaty of Cetlnjo through nn arrangement with PAYAM.K IN ADVANCIt LESSON FOR AUGUST 9 Ii.oo One Yer TTniM! the Immediate rnue of Montenegro Is Inhabited by peoplo cth 1878 gave her temporary control of the Montenegro. Mi Month! Austrln was well nwaro of the fart s nltnck on nlcatly nnd llngulstlrnlly the same; so two great Turkish provinces of Bosnia mil . 35 ftirrt MontlM that Servla ss well ns Montenegro THE BARREN FIQ TREE AND THK (lie tlemnhd for sre Ilosnla nnd Herzegovina: so Is and Herzegovina nnd also of tho smallScrvlii DEFILED TEMPLE. much of the hinterland of Dnlmatl er sanjnk of Novl Bazar, lying between was subsidized by Russia nnd In comor Kxprrwi Money Bend motif jr by repnrntlon for Hip murder of and largo districts In Hungary. Cron Servla and Montenegro, nnd It so shut plete sympnthy with tho alms of Order. Draft, RrjrlnteTrd Letter, or one nd two (Temperance) An expnnslon of Slav empire. ml itlmpi. after your name on label nhows to tho Arehdu..rt 1'rnncl. Fcrdlnnnd nntl tla and Slnvonln, peopled by the same 8crvin in among other slates as tn The date l.EHBO.V TKXT Mark Hill-H- . his wife. the. Duchess of llohcnborg, race, nro called tho "Ireland of tlun make her almost entirely dependent Servla meant to Austria an Increase of what date your subKrlptlon li paid. If It la not OOI.DKN TKXT "By thrlr fruits y chanted within three week after renewal the tittlmnte mure nrr (he movement gary" becnuso of tho nlleged penwn upon for commercial tho danger threatening from Russian shall know them." MatL 7:10. notify na. of tho Hnpbiirg emplro townrd Ihp Uons by their rulers. A hundred years or other Intereonrsn with tho rest of ascendency, nnd for Hint renson Hie Missing nnmbera will be Kladly nipplled if we expnnslon of Servla had to be stopped. Event crowds fast upon tho heels of south nml the desperate, effort nf the ago part of tho Servian race was sul tho world. re notified. event during tho days of this most Liberal terms rlen to any who obtain new thtlrc Seth fSorvInn) rnee to regain Ject to Turkey nnd part to tho Hnp Thcnoeforwnrd a cnrdlnnl principle To do thin effectively Austria was com rccrlptlona for na. Any one aendinr ua fonr trnglo week In all tho history of thn burg monnrchy. The part under Turk of pel led to annex Botnln nnd Ilerzego policy was to vrarl r labarriptiona can receive The Citiren free complete nnllonn) exigence. Tcmperanco means restraint Tlnn, sepnrntliig Servla from tho Adrl world. lor hfmaelf for one year. Sorvln to yield her Independence repulse nf the Turkish Ish domination has won Its freedom Ever Rlncc the Advertising rate on application. tho other has not. and a constralnlngly proper uso of God and become a mere province of the atlc. army from Vienna In lftss the "Austria's policy of repression of the a long step toward Inspired nnd nbetted by Russia, Ser- given appetites and privileges, bonco have steadily fought their wny Serb peoples Is responsible for this en dual realm. As iiinii or n few years vla hnd Intended to obtnln control of thn significance of this lesson as southward, expecting tiltlmntely to lamlty," said Professor Michael I. l'u this end ago. In nllcced violation of the Berlin Bosnia snd Herzegovina, nnd the nn tbe principles of temper, make their way to the Aegean over pin of Columbia university, comment treaty, forcibly annexed tne wavie ncxntlon of thest former Turkish prov snce. empire. Alls, Ing on the mlhs of tho Turkish tha assassination of the Aim states of Bosnia and Herzegovina. But Inces by Austria was a great blow to I. Sealing, vv. Tho day folttlrt. like nussln, wns not unwilling tn trlan nrchduke. Professor I'upln conn In doing so she overreached hornelf. for Bervla's nsplrntinns nnd to Bosnia's se- lowing his triumphal entry Into see small buffer state, ret np tn oc of Servian stock nnd typifies the big. she thus hnMcncd the formation of cret plans. It win this disappointment salem Jesus and his disciples JournoyeV copy tho middle ground during the In. lenguo which In eyed men of his each terrnts of rest In her forward move- dark haired and dark strongly sympn that Balkan wnrs on record one of the mora perhnps t tin ti any other cnuse from Bethany, his abiding placo,loaves race. Naturally he drove the which precipitated the recent wars on night, Into tho city. most amnzlng Booing ment, and no most of the Balkan states IKRNTDCKY PRKSS ASSOCIATION. thlzcs with the Servians, and view Turks out of Macedonia nnd Albaula the Bnlkau pcnlnsuln. Rusilnn Influ- upon the fig troes, ho had a right of today came Into being. expressed by him clearly reflect these and most of Thrace, nnd partitioned ence hnn been doinlnnnt in Sertln, as to look for fruit, for the frvlt of that Of the Servian rnee, which In the Slavophil Ifo Whiskey Advertisements! s sentiments nnd sympathies. of the former Turkish em It has In Montenegro and In the other trco comes before the foliage. But thirteenth nnd fourteenth centnrle No Immodest News Itamil "There are two recent events that ptro in Ku rope among the four mem- so called Danulie principalities ever nono Is found, and Jesus seals Its empire, extending nrerthe really ruled a ast foreshadowed some disaster to bers of the league. Ills act was a parablo since they came Into exlitence. ami barrenness. western half of the Balkan peninsula any ono tempera Austria's fight U really directed more In action, Hoses 10: 1. Profession had Servian Agitation. THE BATTLE CREEK SANITARIUM and the eastern const of the Adriatic, ment of familiar with the the Servian people." ho said. This well nigh fatal blow at Austrian sgnlnst Russia's schemes than against superseded possession, and Israel Is Dr. Kellogg Says God Intends That practically oil had come under Turkish "These are the strike of the student ambitions nroused the dunl realm to Servla's national lndeiendencc. therefore to bo judged, sot asldo, undomination tn the sixteenth centnry. In tho government In People Shall Live and Enjoy Life til tho dsy when they shall look upon For twenty years of that centnry, nla nnd Herzegovina schoolsbegan Ilos desperate efforts, and through a threat him whom they have pierced. Up to 100 Tears! about, Servh was tinder Austrian rule. era I months ago nnd that not sev of a general European war it Induced has been the other great powers to back, or. at Cleansed the Tempi. then retorted to Turkey. Letter From President Frost settled, and. second, that probably of least, to sanction, its course In InterEntering II. Cleansing, vv. The Servian People. greater Importance, the military ma vening to take from Servla what that LINERS RETURN Dear Citizen Readers: tho familiar scenes of the city and Only n minority of the Servian race neuvers of the Austrian army that power considered the legltlmnto spoils Thero arc two kinds of people in lire tn Servla and the Macedonian ter. temple, whence tho hosannas had been going on In two coun by echoed so loudly tho dsy provtous, the world, Uio sick and the well, and rltory recently won from the Turks. have under the directionthose the crown of victory whicherecting Albania Into a tries of kingdom should be under Aus BACK TO Jesus saw Its desecration and degradatlio majority are sick. prince. trian influence. tion. Outwardly a delight. It was In Thero are the pcoplo sick in bed, of the Students. All this naturally embittered tho mil Strike wardly deceitful, " don of robbers," and tho pcoplo with illness that does The student strike began, you re lions of Serbs who ore held subject In and his anger waxed hot. Everything Austria-Hungarnot knock them down but just makes and Incited them to GERMAN member, when a government professor COMPANIE8 DIRECT he saw and banished was in somo way form societies nnd to ncltnte for their them uncomfortable, cross and inef In the school at Mostar. tlcrzegovlnn FOUR 8HIP8 TO COME BACK connected with the temple worship. made reflection on the Serb race. The liberation. In June iecunvd the nnsnn Practically all women are ficient. Even to the most holy things created FOR 8AFETY. neir lnauon or students of his class rose tn a body and presumptivetne tho Bosnian capital In sick, and all men abovo forty years by the wisdom of a loving God may beat asked him to retract. He refused ggggXgVgggEjf of age. It is fashionable to be out come tho Instruments of tho most desmSTm' which were mysterious They pitched him out of tho classroom circumstances Fearing Capture By British Cruisers, picable degradation. Ostensibly la of health! and suspicious. Tho nd used him rather roughly. These government Said To Be Maneuvering Off the name of religion these templo merfollowed up tho Incident Pcoplo who aro well cannot ima' fifty Serb students went on strike. the American Coast. chants wero in reality ministering to with n scries of more or less direct gino that they could over bo sick, and They arc only high school students charges As at the self and private guln. of Servian responsibility, cut neglect their health. Peoplo who are really, boys about sixteen to nineteen mlnating In a peremptory demand. Wrsttrn Nrwspapsr Union, Cincinnati, O. beginning of bis ministry so again sick have forgotten how it feels to years old. They refused to return till authority and Thirty years ago Servla was a cats New York. For tho first tlmo In the Jeaus exercised his the professor was dismissed. They paw for Austria In Balkan schemes. be well and make no resolute efforts temple Its pollution annals of tho sea a number of ocean cleansed the time (v.from guarded It expelled. Then throughout nerze- - with Rusflla backing Bulgaria, vt ere to be cured. I greatly fear that some IS) but now going liners wero In port as a result and for a covlna and Ilosnla the students struck of our readers are neglecting to read can count on Russian from further desecration. of having been recalled becauso of in sympatny. me government sent the Servians Tho temperance application at this "Tho Health Master" that we aro troops and o III cere to restore, order. sympathy, for their cause is indirectly war danger to the the cause of the entire Slavic race In and so prevented point of departure point Is very clear. Appetite, men now printing in Tho Citizen. It is The students refused to give In. And Its double struggle to be free from Ger from sailing directly tal or physical. Is a God given faculty, only when people get right down lo so the tight stood deadlocked at tho man rule and to fight for the heritage Into tho hands of an enemy. but must bo kept within control. Prop, death's door that they begin to think outbreak of war. Threo Herman ships, the President erly used they aro a delight, a bless"Nothing could be more calculated to of Constantinople. and struggle and then it is too late. Hamburgh-AmericaGrant of tho ing to tho man and his friends. Al Austria's Slav Rule. provoke the pcoplo of Herzegovina and And yet everybody agrees that the Commenting forclblo annexa Lino and tbo Grosser Kurfuerst and lowed to rulo and appetites are terrif tlosnla to rage than to bavo Austrian greatest blessing in tho world, after Kaiser Wllhclm Dcr G rosso of the ic task masters. Purify tho fountain troops thrown across their borders to tlon by Austria of tho Serb provinces North German-Lloyd- , returned to New govern his motive religion itself, is good health. maneuvers along the Servian of Bosnia and Herzegovina In 1008 a York after having each proceeded of a man's heart, execute and the stream of his acts will bless correspondent of the New York Even Tho Battle Creek Sanitarium is an frontier. They are Serbs, of the same more than 400 miles on their voyages all, himself Included. institution like a great College, destock as the people of Servla proper, ing Tost, writing from St. Petersburg. to Europe. It. Forgiving, vv. The next said: voted to good health. Hero is a Photo by American lreaa Association. nnd they suw the arcbduko massing Passengers on tho vessests were ap- day on thn way from Bethany to Je The Austrian bureaucracy proves It largo campus with enormous build tils forces in mimic war preparatory prised of the Kuropean hostilities In a rusalem they again passed the fig CZAB NICHOLAS Or BOHSIA. to tho war which all felt must come self a Justcr, humnner, and strorigcr ings, rooms for 1300 patients and unique manner. Couples strolling on tree and tt was withered. The disci Nicholas II., tha cxar of all tha Russlae, some day between the two nations, ruler of tbo Slavs than tbe Russian 1,100 doctors, nurses, cooks, bathers, bureaucracy. Herzegovina. Bosnia, the decks noticed suddenly that the pies marveled at the swift execution la the supreme ruler the Urgent Slavic waiters and attendants; and on this race In the world andofmay be considered Austria nnd Servla." Croatia, Dalmatla, not to mention Sermoon hod shifted from the starboard of his curso and Peter calls attention Austrian Repression of Servla. the head of all Slavs, although millions campus tho laws of health aro carvla and Montenegro, have better gov to the port sldo of tho vessel. Inquiry to It, v. 21, MatL 21:11, 20. In reply of them The Serbs of the present kingdom ernments than Russia has. The south various brought tbo Information that the ships Jesus again emphaalxes tha lesson, ried out as perhaps nowhero else in countries are scattered through Russian and are not under became autonomous In 1830. but re- ern Slavs ought to come to. tbe help had turned on their courses to escaps "Have faith tn God." This does not the world. It is like Bcrea in some rale. A large proportion of Austria's volted in , aiming at complete of their northern brethren, Instead of capture. population are 8lnvs. Germany has a mean that this Is an explanation of things no liquor, tobacco or danclarge Slavic population In Its eaatem freedom. With them joined their kins calling on the latter to assist them. It "I received the message to turn how he withered the tree, but rather ing or and lights out sections, and the inhabitants of Servla. men of Ilosnla and Herzegovina. Is tho southern Slavs who- - are com said Captain Meyerdlercks, of th why It had died. Israel was placing and doors closed at an early hour. Montenegro, Roumanla, Ilosnla, HerzeIn 1878 at Ilerlln the great powers of paratlvely successful, enlightened. President Grant. "We were out 431 Ita trust elsewhere than In God, and govina, Bulgaria and the other countries But it is ahead of Berca in somo of the Balkan peninsula are also to a Europe sought tn rearrange the Balkan free, and the Russians wbo are Igno thereforo withers from the "roots Uplarge percentage Hlnva.l peninsula, and two of them tried to rant, backward, enslaved. In Russia miles. We turned instantly, and com- ward." conditions of health it is cleaner, Notice that tho root tsiaot ing up I kept aa close aa posalblo to only 3.8 per cent of the children go tn it always .has graham bread, and it tho American shore. We had received blasted, and a beautiful tree will again school, while in Servla, Bulgaria, nnd a message always keeps tho windows open I that a battle ship was In blossom forth from tbe Uvlnsj root Everything Man Needs the Slav provinces) which are' under So Israel shall once again spring up Tho actual treatment of patients is tho vicinity." Austrian rule the proportion Is more Into a new and fruitful nation. Isa, all an attempt to assist Nature The Beautiful and Colored The Martha Washington, of tho Aus than twice as high. In calling on Bus 27:0. Jeaus' teaching by this tree I great remedy is water water drunk $1 CompIeteSharing Outfit $i Lino, is on her way back an sla for help tbe Serbs don't know what Illustration of wherein Israel had in good quantity, and water applied they are doing. They forget that their She was off Sandy Hook and will dock failed. 10 Articles 10 They bad not falta la God. in baths, hot and cold. could only bring to their The American Line steamer St Paul Kaltb can remove mountains, and ao Many are rich, rare, pictures of Invitation not one of the few big boats left free to difficulty can Of course thero is the most scien the Russian people, but assistance hinder thoso who. have To advertise our Universal Shavlnr tific examination of each case tests Outfit and Universal Products we will beautiful models and actresses the armed servants that hold the Bus sail the seas, arrived. faith In God, Mark. : 21. Faith grows Tho International Mercantile Ma- upon slnn peoplo down. It may seem para g Also a the word, Rom. 10:7, yet love la for blood,, urino, etc., and one of the for limited time only, send this well doxical to say that If the Russians did rine Company, owning the White Star, greater, I Cor. 13:2. If we really Shaving best establishments in the worth t our products Outfit for $ t.oo. FOUNTAIN PEN We sell Intervene and did win, the secoud state American, Red Star, Atlantic Trans sir tha things we pray for, wo"shaW to the consumer world. direct and therefore you save all stents' of the Serbs would be worse than the port. Leyland and Dominion lines, sent have them." Wo not only expect but All for only 50 cents And then there are all the appli- profits which as you know are very large, first, but, unfortunately, history proven wireless messages to all Its ships at go beyond In our petition and count i Hollow Ground Rat or. The greatest bargain in beautiful cards that this Is exactly what bus occurred sea, warning them ances and. conveniences that modern to be ready tc as ours tbe things asked for. Tha Lather Brush. and rare art pictures ever offered. Many In the past." change their courses. science has provided. Razor Strop, Canvas Back. lack forgiving spirit wilt affect, are bard to obtain and have sold singly Fear Is entertained here that to ually of a us But the means relied upon are aftThe Policy of Austria. Nlckle Easel Back Mirror shut out from Ood. tor i at pnee we ask lor all. Toes will Barber Towell. go quickly to all lovers of the beautiful in er all very simple Nature will heal The policy of A Hytrin in the Bnlknn British cruisers Essex and Bristol Authority Challenged. supposed to be maneuvering off thi Bar bhaving Soap. nature wbo appreciate RARK ART PICus if wo, will rclioYO her of stimuIV. Challenged, vv. TTpon Box Talcum Powder. American coast, may capture tbi TURES of well developed models. lants, poisons, disease germs, and Decorated China Mucr. A reliable North German-Lloyliner Goorgt again entering the city and the tern-pifountain nan free unnecessary strains. Aluminum Barber Comb. there came to Jesus tho chief with each order. These alone have sold Washington. Bristle Hair Brush. for one dollar in stores. It is wonderful what a flannel No recent news has been received priests, scribes and elders who chal Each outfit packed in neat box fi.oo 100 beautiful cards and pen all for blanket wrung out of Hot water can coin or Money Order, postage toe extra. Tbe from her. If tho English tako tbt lenged the authority by which he out sue ana loc tn stamps for postage. steamer she would probably bo con wrought tbeso things, undoubtedly redo when applied to a sick man's back voyed to Halifax, N. 8., where her pat ferring to his triumphal entry and to ILLUSTRATED 320 PAGES or stomaohe or feet. And it is won- UNIVERSAL PRODUCTS CO. ART PORTRAYAL CO. his cleansing of the temple. Ilia sengera would be landed. a good table can be set derful what reply Is a counter challenge concernTells all about sex matters; what Dayton, Ohio without a bit of meat in any form. DAYTON, OHIO ing tbo baptism of John. For at least young men and wo.T.en, young wives Many entirely new luxuries are protwo years John had been doad and na nusuanas ana an Diners ncea to now about the sacred laws that govern videdunheard of vegetables, pear his volco silent with a probablo for Pert Personals. Plain truths ol sex the sex forces. juice, pine nuts and many others. getfulness on the part of these men, life in relation to happiness In marrlsge. and a decreasing lnfluenco of his mesAnd everything is and "Secrets" of manhood and womanhood; Prlnco William of Wlcd has entered sage upon their lives, Tet the quesserved. sexual abuses, social evil, diseases, etc. tbo royal Marathon. New York Sun. tion of Jesus had projected power aa Tho patients aro of all kinds from the latest, most advanced and com Tbe kaiser, like many other great he brought John back to them with prehenslve work that has ever been thoso just hero for a littlo hasty Issued on sexual hygiene. Priceless in men. Is nn abxoluie ruler, sure In his this question aa to his authority, "was BEREA, KY. rest, to Uioso who como to have their It from heaven, or of menT" That struction for those who are ready for the own family. Philadelphia Ledger. dying hours soothed. We do not, of Dr. Tanner says be can live on 10 there was keen sarcasm and cold loglo rue inner leacning. Solicits Your Patronage book, tells nurses, teachers, doc day cents Muybe he can. but be Tills course, seo thoso in sorious illness tors, lawyers preachers, social workers. won't get murb egg on bis whiskers embodied In bit question Is revealed except as they may bo taken onto by tbe recorded dilemma of his eneAll persons, any place, wishing to sell or invest in nrorwrtv Sunday School teachers and all others. While bo hi doing Bladu. mies, vr. 31, 81. tho lawn in wheelchairs. of any kind, in the best town in the state (that's Berea you know), young and otd, what all need to know This entire passage deals with the I had been hero twico beforo for about sex matters, liy winneld Scott Farm lands in the garden spot of the world, (that's Central KenFlippant Flings. responsibility of privilege ParticuHall, Ph. U M. D. (Lelpslg). a few days of rest and good food, but tucky too), Mineral, Timber Lands or Timber Propositions, in one larly Is this epltomlted In the parathis timo I camo hoping I might bo of the richest sections in the United States in natural resources Newspaper Comments Any little trouble now ran be chareble of the flg tree. Privilege la rid of ono of my standing infirmities. ( that's Eastern Kentucky also ), or a like proposition in any other In that the treo waa planted Chicago Id to the new comet. A comet comes "Selenliacally correct." I was a well man until 1000. In that part of God's country (that's the South Land sure) the opening of In tbe vineyard of Its owner, It Bred In quite bnndy sometimes. Philadel Tribune, "Accurate and unto date." year my heart was broken and my the world's greatest water-wa- y is going to turn the investing tide off of his possessions. Its simple rePhiladelphia Press. "Standard book phia Press. body permanently maimed. Then it just list with us, and give us your orders, and we'll do the rest. f knowledge." I'lilldelnhla L,edcer. We trust the next of Dickens' char sponsibility was lo bear fruit In New York World says : "Plain acters to die will he Mr. Hnrris. If splto of the patience of tbe owner and The was that I first saw a sanitarium and No, not altogether lor the fun of it, but a very reasonable comruths for those who need or ought to only to sustain Hnlrey (lump's reputa tbo privilege of Its surroundings It began to know my limitations and mission. now them for the prevention ol evils." perished. .Tho advantage of Godly havo pain as a rather constant comunder plain wrapper lor only li.oo. tion for veracity- Wnaliluglnn Pot. Square Deal is Our Motto A Anywny, suspenden miiHt be more parents, of Christian society and the panion. Coin or Money Order postsge ten cents demix-nitle- . It Is always a "lieltinl heritage of the noble martyrs and extra. No Trade Made, No Money Paid Of my threo chief infirmities one sari" thn! we reml about. cnlluaeM not saints of tho church will not save that could probably bo relieved by tho oelng acknowledged by the nristwruey man or woman who "baa a name MIAMI PUBLISHING CO. surgeon's knlfo if I could bear tho , but la dead." Phone No. ISO, Chicago News. J. W. HOSKINS, Mgr. (Continued on psge Seven) The Citizen Slav Versus the Teuton For Supremacy That Europe Disturbing the Peace Aiislrln-Htmgnry'- suNMrsawoL Lesson Maco-dnnl- a Great Struggle ff 1 t Austrln-IIungnr- y Anstro-IIungnrln- n o Ans-trln- Austria-Hungar- 12-1- Jeft nine-tenth- 15-1- PORT y Austro-iiungnna- n Austro-IIungarla- n n un 20-2- 1S70-7R- card-playi- ng a 100 POST CARDS Self-Fillin- ay ( 33-In- 27-3- self-filli- SEXUAL KNOWLEDGE d e, well-cook- ed The Central and Eastern Kentucky Real Estate and Timber Agency OF ledo to-liv- Daytoa, Ohio - r r 1 August 0, 1014. thr crnzw PiTkm. the county by a small majority. Bullitt carried the county for the short term on the Republican ticket. For appellate Judge, Hurt, Dem., 300; Hob-ioDem., 650. Nelson County. Returns from all precincts In Nelson county, Fourth Congressional district: Long term, Democrats, Beckham, 1,068; Stanley, 1,148; McCreary, 51. Republicans: Ernst, 100; Wlllson, 90; McLaughlin, 20. Progressives: Jolly, 40; Vance, 60. Short term, Democrats, Camden, 4(2; Smith, 591; Young, 355. Republicans: Bullitt. 125; Fitzpatrlck, 75. For congress, Ben Johnson, Dem., 1,829; John W. Boyd, Dem., 289. For appellate Judge, J. P. Hobson, Dem., 877; Rollln Hurt, Dem., 726. Hancock County. Returns from all precincts In Hancock county, Second Congressional district: For senator, long term, Democrats, Beckham, 204; Sttnley, 306; McCreary, 11; Republicans, Ernst, 79; Wlllson, 40; Mclaughlin, 21; Progressives, Jolly, 19; Vance, 42 Short term, Democrats, Camden, 202; Smith, 90; Young, 141; Republicans, Bullitt, 80; Fitzpatrlck, 12. For congress, KIncheloe, 412; Henson, 71, Democrats. Greenup County. Returns from Greenup county, Ninth Congressional district: For senator, Democrats, Beckham, 341; Stanley, 79; McCreary, S8; Republicans, Ernst. 400; Wlllson, 75; McLaughlin, 8. Short term, Democrats, Camden, 310; Smith, 10; Young, 40; Republicans, Bullitt, S00; Fltspat-rick- , 100. For congress, W. J. Fields, Democrat, 375; George Osborn, Republican, 350. Lewis County. Returns from Lewis county, Ninth Congressional district: Democrats, Beckham, 298; Stanley, 124; McCreary, 25; Republicans, Ernst, 881; Wlllson, 342. Short term, Repub- MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Prof. Frank 8. Montgomery, Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator. MEADOWS AND Kentucky Primary News RESULTS OF THE PRIMARY plios-pha- to PASTURES of lime, 400 pounds of acid (concluded) Method of Seeding: Thcro nro several methods of secillna;: First; a regular grass drill, which Is llio host except with light seed; Second; a grass attachment on a grain drill; Third, a seeder of tho wheelbarrow typo; Fourth, a dlso seeder which Is carried on tho shoulder; Fifth, by hand. This last method, though primitive, Is especially good If tho dlso for light grass seed. seeder or hand Is used sow one-ha- lf tho seed ono way of tho field and tho other half at right angles to tho llrst to insuro oven seeding. Do not sow mixtures of grass and clover seeds together, but sow tho grass seed by Itself and then tho clover seed. If they are sown together tho clover seed, being heavier, will settle to the bottom of tho hopper and Ms sown first. Care of Meadows. Generally two to tin eo years Is tho profitable llfo of tho meadow, except on low rich lauds especially adapted to grass Oro it is likely to last many years. To mako meadows last longer, apply as n top dressing tho first year 150 pounds of 10 per cent acid phonphntn and 30 pound of muriate If no clover is present of potash. uso 100 pounds of nitrate of soda per ncrc. Tho second year apply 250 pounds of acid phosphate, 10 pounds muriate of potash and 150 pounds of nitrate of soda. Apply 1,000 pounds of lime every third year. Meadows will stand some grazing, but this should not bo close or when tho land Is wet. Galley l Care of Pastures... To allow new pastures to become well established do not graze before July 1st and then not close. All pastures should bo mown in July and August to kill weeds, besides this, rank places where tho grass Is uneven should Keep briars, bo mown for hay. Do hushes and sprouts cut back. not grazo pastures cloo all tho time. If possible, rest them somellmo during the year. This can be dono by putting in a division fcure, so tho two parts of the pasture can bo grazed alternately. Pastures need feeding t lie saino n other field crops.1 To do this, harrow in 1,000 pounds' and DO pounds of muriate of potash every four years. Tho uso of 100 to 150 pounds of nitralo of sn.l.i In tho spring helps pastures very materially. Uso manure- reinforced with comtnoroial fertilizers If possible. Heforo applying tho lime or fertilizers disc tho sod, being careful ot to tear ij. up. If loo sleep to disc or harrow, broadcast tho Ihno Observe- tho ami fertilizers. directions as to tho application of lime, manure and Baro spots commercial fertilizers. in Who grass pastures can bo sodded by transplanting sods one-ha- lf Die slzo of tho hand and placing Ibem every four to six feet in tho barn places; or tho land can bo fertilized anil manured and a pasturo mixture sown and harrowed in. If (bo spot is largo enough tho Meld methods for establishing stands should bo employed. If tho stand is (bin apply tho lime, manures and tho fertiizcrs and harrow in one-ha- lf usual pasturo mixture. Theso mixtures aro best sown in the early fall or spring. Meadows and pastures established by the methods outlined have produced on largo areas an average of 2 -1 tons of hay and over 400 pounds of beef per aero respectively. Should not many more acrc3 on tho farm be employed in this manner? gov. Mccreary makes poor showing throughout the state. The Seven Representative! Who Did Not Have Contest! Scored a Clean Sweep and All Will be Candldatei for Election In November Powers Wlna Eaiy Victory. THE RESULTS Louisville, Ky. From the beet Information obtainable the follow. Inj table, by district!, giving the approximate plurality In each, In the Beckham-Stanleshown: District. y race, Beckham. 1,600 3,375 2,200 Is Stanley. (3,800 First Second Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh 3,200 4,100 1,200 2,700 2,200 3,200 4,100 20,575 13,100 Eighth Ninth Tenth Eleventh Totals Western Newspaper Union News Strvlc Loulsvlllo, Ky. That J. C. W. Beck bam had defeated A. O. Stanley for tho Democratic senatorial nomination In Kentucky was Indicated whon reWAR TIMES turns from nearly 100 counties, most War times always bring high prices for tho necessities of life. of them complete, gave Beckham a This bids well to bo an abundant majority of about 7,000 votes. Rclla- crop year. Corn novcr looked bet- enough lo take enro of what ho has ter at tills lime of year. Cowpeas aro coming into very general cultivation this year so hundreds of farmers will havo plenty of tho best kind of hay where they havo heretofore had to buy or do without. And, I no, there aro enough peas raised this year so that over much of die country men will not havo lo go out of their own neighborhoods to get seed for next year, when it is not at all improbable they will bo $1.00 per bushel or higher on tho market. So this terrible war that threatens lo be tho greatest in history may not bo an unmixed evil to the Kentucky farmer if ho lw wise ntiil to prepare for a great crop next FREE FREE With all our crops bringing good prices what shall wo do with the extra money? Shall wo spend it for short-- ! i veil pleasures that como anil go in a day? Shall we not rather have books ami music in the home, ami semi the boys and girls lo school that they may appreciate I liein ami learn better methods of farming and housekeeping that these pleasures and advantages may bo increased year by year? Boroa Vocational Schools Keren College vocational schools are making special ciTorls to meet the rapidly increasing demands for courses in agriculture and home science. Another man has been added lo tho teaching force, in agriculture laboratory and much additional work has been added to tho course, so it is niiicli betler than ever bo- -! fore. The short, cold days of wint- -j er cannot be heller spent by a Kentucky farm hoy than in Inking the special winter course in agriculturo now offered. NOTES ';ar. In buying fertilizer this fall, remember that it is 10 per cent acid phosphate you want at not to exceed $10.00 per ton. Memoirs of Napoleon In Three Volumes of Haron de Meneval, for thirteen years private secretary to Napoleon Bonaparte, brine mlt at no history can, many enlightening and interesting side lights on the character of that greatest of I)c MCneval's descriptions have the piquancy leaders. and interest possible only because he was an actual eyewitness of the scenes and incidents of which he writes. Their reliability and historical interest can be judged by the fact that the very conservative French Academy publicly recommends them. The personal reminiscence War times make farming profitable. Sow rye this fall to make good winter pasture, and to bold fertility in the soil for a big crop of corn or Third, Fourth, Seventh, Eighth, Tenth peas next year. and Eleventh, whllo the Second, Fifth, possibly tho Ninth will go Have you any money left after at- Sixth and to Stanley. Tho seven .representatending the show and fair to buy tives who did havo contests scored a fertilizer for your ryo this fall? clean swcop throughout the state and What a pity sonio did not think of all will bo candidates for election In that! Well, perhaps you can yet get November. Barkloy carried the First sonio 10 per cent acid phosphite, district by a big majority. In tho Secand thnt is tho best anyway, so you ond David II. Klncheloo's majority it at 6,860. Henson carrlod are not so bad off after all. Hut you estimated county only ono In tho entire district, could havo got so much more of it his homo county giving him a major and cheaper too if you had cash to lty of 230. It. T. Thomaa won ' pay for it. his contest In tho Third by a major Semi-Annual lty of 1,600 over Virgil Chapman. Chapman carried his own home county, Simpson, by a fair majority, but Thomas lost only two counties In the bio reports from 100 out ot 120 coundistrict Ben Johnson In tho Fourth ties la tho Commonwealth show scored a walkover. Swager Sherley Beckham's majority to be 7,662. Even scorod tho landslide ot the entire pritho figures ot the opposition confirm mary by counting a vote of 11,422. this estimate. As tho missing coun- This Is by far the largest majority ties are all In tho Tenth and Eleventh ever gtron a candidate In a primary Districts, whero a complete report will here. Cantrlll was an easy winner bo lacking for a day or so, and all con over Claude II. Thomas In tho Sevcoded to Ilcckliam, every Indication enth, tho tatter's race being a disapIs that tho Deckham majority will be pointment to many of his supporters. built up ncsr tho 12,000 mark. Deck-ha- Cantrlll's voto was 1,680 and that ot has carried 93 ot tho 120 coun- Thomas 835. Tho Republican and ties. Eight of the eleven districts Progressive voto In this district was have given him a majority. His con- very small. Field distanced all comrace In the cession ot three districts to Stanley, ers in tho mado by his campaign managers sev- Ninth district, Caleb Powers, In the eral days before the primary, has boen Eleventh, against has proved his popborno out. Gov. McCreary's surpri- ularity throughout tho mountains by winning an overwhelming victory over sing poor race, with scarcely a representation anywhere, was Joseph F. Bosworth. Powers carried a matter ot much political comment. 14 out of 15 counties, leaving Bosworth only his home county, Bell, Tho governor's meager vote Is to have weighed heavily against which gave him 1,600 majority. PowStanley's chances. Beckham's battle ers' majority for the district is esticry, "right tho wrong," referring to his mated at not less than 7,600. Johnform or senatorial ambitions and their son Camden run his raco for tho short denial at the hands ot a Democratic term nomination "all by himself." Relegislature, Is believed to havo been a turns show Mr. Camden piling up big big factor in his victory, Johnson M. majorities In all soctlons, and the toCamden's majority tal figures In tho state give evidence tremendous throughout the state for tho short that the final figures in his favor will term nomination Is an outstanding fea- bo very handsome. The race between ture ot the primary, Camden swept J. P. Hobson and Rollln Hurt for the tho ontlre state by a vote that Is re- Democratic nomination as Judge ot the markable. Only the official returns court of appeals Is very close and the can tell the story. "Victory over- outcome not certain. whelming" supplanted all figures in C. W. BECKHAM telegraphic reports on his race. Among tho Itcpubllcan races for the big stakes that between Wilson and Ernst Is still very close, though the former governor Is said to havo a safo margin. Later returns tended to cut down his apparent lead of 2,000 and a few hundred votes may win the raoo whon tho count Is all In. Bullitt made a runaway of the short term nomination. The Progressive vote In the state was so light that few reports of It were Burton Vance, of Louisville, made. had a comfortable lead over his opponent. Judge George W. Jolly ot Owens boro. Several merry melees were staged for congressional nominations In tho various districts. While the fights were "hot while they lasted," rosults show that the winners In each race pulled away by large majorities. In tho Democratlo races tho following winners and their majorities In round figures are given: First district, Bark-Icy- , Dem., 2,700; Second district, KIncheloe, Dem., 6,400; Third district, Thomas, Dem., 2,000; Fourth district, Johnson, Dem., 8,000; Fifth district, Sherley, Dem., 9,200; Sixth district, no contest; Seventh district, Cnntrlll, Dem., 6,700; Eighth district, no contest; Ninth district, Fields. Dem., 6,000; Tenth district, no contest; Klovonth district, Powers, Rep, Former Governor of Kentucky, who 8.O00. Asldo from the Powers race Id was nominated for United States Senthe Eleventh, there wore only thret ator at the primaries held August 1, other Republican congressional racei by a big majority. in the state. Brlstow won by default In tho Seventh; llall won In tin The Winners. Fourth and Ireland In tho Ninth. First District Democrat, Alben W. Gardner, Progressive, won in the Fifth Barkley, Padiicah; Progressive, Max by 1,000 majority. M. Hanberry. Cadiz. Camden Winner of Short Term. Second Democrat, David H. KInJohnson N, Camden Is the wlnnet cheloe, MadlsonWIle. Thlnl Democrats, Robert Y. Thomnomination. It. P for tho short-terErnst, of Covington, and former Gov as, Central City. Democrat, Ben Johnson, Fourth ernor A. E. Wlllson run nip and tuck for tho G. O, P. honors for tho lonj Bardstown; Republican, W. Sherman term, and Marshall Bullitt, ot Louis- Ball. Hardlnsburg. Swager Sherley, Fifth Democrat. ville, the short term. Burton Vance, Progressive, Charles T. ot Louisville, is tho Bull Moose nom- Louisville;Louisville. Gardner, inee. Though much Interest had been Democrat, J. Campbell Seventh aroused In tho various races, there Cantrlll, Georgetown; Republican, J. was little disorder at tho polls. The L. Uristow, Georgetown. vote was light. Beckham has carrlod Eighth Progressive. J. T. Holtz-clagoseven ot the eleven districts, three Lancaster. ing to Stanley and ono still doubtful. Ninth Democrat. W. J. Fields, Olive Beckham has majorities in the First, G. Republican, Olive d o con-code- d J. licans, Bullitt, 191; Fitzpatrlck, 154. For congress. Field, 229; Ireland, 401. Shelby County. Returns from overy precinct In Shelby county give Stan- BtiraiLrB ftssssV precincts In Henry county, Seventeenth Congressional district: Senator, long term, Beckham's majority over Stanley, 400; McCreary vote less than 150. Short trem, Camdon's mv Jority over Young, 300. Smith got 15 votes tor congress. Cantrlll's majority over Thomas, 1,269. Larue County. Returns from all proclncts In I.arue county. Fourth Congressional district: For senator, long term, Beckham, 728; Stanley, 401; McCreary. 43; short term, Camden, 53; Smith, 1,033. For congress, Benjamin Johnson, Democrat, 792; John W. Boyd, Republican, 339. For appellate Judge, Rollln Hurt, Democrat, 542; J. L. Hobson, sives, Jolly, Democrats, Young, 42; Republican, 411; Progres10; Vance, 14. Short term. Camden, 1,054; Smith, 19; Republicans, Bullitt, 81: 4. ley, 1,106 Beckham, 1,087; McCreary, 148. Short term, Camden, 1,192; Young, 630; Smith, 170. Appellate Judge, Hurt, 1,186; Hobson, 917. Scott County. Returns from all precincts in Scott county: For senator, long term, Beckham, 1,329; Stanley, 729; McCreary, 300. Short term for congress, Catrill, 1,680; Thomas. 835. Elliott County. Returns give: For senator, long term, Democrats, Beckham, 498; Stanley, 153; McCreary, 2S2; Republicans, Ernst, 100; Wlllson, 76. Short term, Democrats, Camden, Young, 12; Republicans, 25; Bullitt, 40. For congress, W. J. Fields. 600; J. P. Haney, 60; J. F. Haley, 75. Henry County. Returns from all 60; Fitzpatrlck, Democrat. 481. 781; For congress, Cantrlll, Thomas, Democrat, Hill; Hill. J. Ireland, Tenth and Eleventh Republican, Caleb Powers, Harboursvllle. Judge Court of Appeals, Third DistrictDemocrat, J. P. Hobson (C. J.), Ellzabethtown VOTE BY COUNTIES. Woodford County. Returns from all proclaets in Woodford oounty, Seventh Congressional district, follow: For r Report of the State Bank and Trust Co. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY At Close of Business June 30th, 1914 Marshall County. Complete returns from every precinct In Marshall county give Beckham for senator, long term, 733; Stanley, 301; McCreary, 43; short term. Camden. 253; Young, 182; Smith, 155. For congress. Barkley, 714; Scott, 99; William. 54; Swan, 24. Knox County. Returns from the Eleventh Congressional district: For senator, long term, Democrats, Beckham, 295; Stanley, 92; McCreary, 38; Republicans, Ernst, 293; Wlllson, 207. Short term, Camden, 144; Smith, 10; Young, 24. For congress, Powers, 665; Bosworth, 264. Fleming County. Returns from all precincts In Fleming county, Ninth Congressional district: For senator, long term, Beckham. 345; Stanley, 885; McCreary, 95; short term, Camden, 680; Smith, 60; Young, 266. For congress, W J Field, Dem., 1.089. Jefferson County. Returns from all precincts give: For senator, long term. Beckham. 4,238; Standley, 7,640; McCreary, 3,095; Ernst, 198; Wlllson, 706; McLaughlin, 123; Jolly, 417; Vance 1.0S8. For senator, short term, Camden. 6,718; Smith, 662; Young. congress, Sherley, 11,422; Mackey, Gardner, 1,056; Heck. 158. Webster County. Returns from all precincts In Webster county, Second Congressional district: For senator, long term, Beckham, 501; Stanley, 1,582; McCreary, 41; short term, Camden, 685; Smith, 254; Young, 632. For congress, KIncheloe, 1,320; Henson, 764. A SPECIAL OFFER TO OUR READERS Ily sprclal arrangement with the publishers of Collier's, The National WeeLly, we are able to give these valuable and interesting Memoirs (ire with a year's subscription lo Collier's and this publication, at a price lest than the lowest net rath subscription piice of the two papers. Only a limited quantity of these Memoirs it available, however, so to get the benefit of this special olfer you must act quickly. isHiwH sHnV'iyH Bullitt. 617; Fitzpatrlck. 167. For 6; RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Bonds Owned Overdrafts Real Estste Owned Cash In Our Vault Due from Other Bsnks 1491,791. 56 53393-7- 6,012.66 19,500.00 WHAT YOU GET IN COLLIER'S (earless, Indf Weekly of the whole country. lit editorials are quoted by every paper In the Union. Il stands always (or the best interests of the greatest number of Among its contributors are such miters as George the people. WallingforJ," Randolph Chester, author of " Collier's is the one 39.a76.19 3t,35-8- blj, TOTAL $921,326.4 , LIABILITIES $150,000.00 Jessamine County. Returns follow: For senator, long term, Democrats, Stanley, 296; Mc374; Beckham, Creary, 241; Republicans, Ernst, 45; Wlllson, 87; McLaughlin, sives, Jolly, 8; Vance, 9. Democrats, Camden. 275; Young, 369; Republicans, 35; Progres- Meredith Nicholson, Amlie Kites, II. G. Wells, Hamlin Garland, Mary Roberts Rinehart, Henry Reach Needhani, etc. It numbers among Its correspondents such men as Jack London, Arthur Kulil, James II. Connolly, and Henry Keuterdahl. It is a magazine (or the whole family Editorials, Comments on Congress, Photographic News of the World, Short and Serial Stories by the greatest writers of the Jay. 1 5ft i Spiil ombiMli.. ( . rVlllnrou t-ikrra-mwr.ww Capital Stock Surplus Fund Undivided Profits Individual Deposits Due to Other Banks Trust Funds Deposits Total Deposits 30,000.00 37-9- Short term. Smith, $77.388-7- 318.4s 33,335-9- 74i9S3-- f . TOT A I The above Is t2l,32.(9 1 lociudiic lh The Citizen - - - 1.00 J p"'ij 3 Call or send subscription! to this office. If you are already a subscriber, your tubscription will be extended for a year from itt present date of expiration. a true and correct statement of the condition of the State Bank & Trust Company of Richmond, Ky,, at the close of business on June 30, R, K. Tuklsy, Cashier Subscribed and sworn tobefore me by R.E.Turley this July 1st, 1914. Wm. C. Smith, Notary Public 1914. THE CITIZEN BERT A KENTUCKY Your Business is Solicited Bullitt, II; Fitzpatrlck, 13. For congress, J. F. Holthclaw, Progressive, 10; Vfarrea A. Jesse, Progressive, 1. arayson County. Returns are: For senator, long term, Beckham, BS1; JOHNSON N. CAMDEN. Nominated For United 8tates Senator Stanley, 535; McCreary, 87; short term, Camden, 147; Smith, 285; Young. For Unexpired Term, long term. Democrats, Beckham, 110; 815. For congress, Johnson, (IB; Boyd. 216. Stanley, 484; McCreary, 154. Boyle County. Boyle county gives Anderson County. Returns from all precincts In Anderson county follow: Beckham, 1,100; Stanley, 453; McFor senator, long term, Beckham, 351; Creary, 1S7. Big majority for CamBUnley. 450; McCreary, 252. Short den. Ernst certain over Wlllson. Christian County. Return are: For term, Camden, 4t7 Smith, 149; Young, 100, Wlllson, Rep., for senator carried long term Democratic aenatorihlp, on It; psjt six) Pago Four. THE CITIZEN August fl, 101 (. LOCAL PAGE NEWS Or BERHA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A BRECK & EVANS Nearly all of the Fire Insurance Companies have withdrawn from the state, but Breck C8. Evans have some Old Strong Companies that will furnish Any Kind of In surance you want. THE OGG STUDIO O. C. PURKBV, Prop. High Class Photographs, Enlarging, Kodac Finishing Picture Framing Over Berea Bank and Trust Co. BARGAINS WATCHES WATCHES Go lo Marcum's lo get your Jew dry. Everything guaranteed. Prices the lowest, quality considered. Next door lo Clarkston's Hard ware, Main Street. L. & N, TIME TABLE North Bound, Local Knoxville 7:00 a. m 10:65 1:07 p. m. 3:62 BEREA 6:30 p. m. 7:46 Cincinnati South Bound, Local 6:30 a. m. 8:16 Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 BEREA Knoxville 5:50 7:00 p. m. p. m. a. m. a. m. Mr. Jesse Kinnard is improving his residence on Chestnut Street, by adding another story. Mr. J. II. Jackson has purchased of Mr. John Welch, Iho residence formerly owned by W. II. Stowe on Chestnut Street. Dr. Craig of Stanford has taken Dr. Porters place, who is away for two weeks. Miss liertlia King, who was a student at Knoxville, Tennessee, came home Friday for a month's vis it. Mis Lucy Holliday, who was a student at Knoxville, Tenu., is hero for a visit. Mr. Joe Adams and family arrived last Thursday from Boulder, Col., in time to attend the funeral of Mrs. Adam's fattier, Geo. Anderson. Miss Raymond returned Monday night from Chautauqua whore she spent her vacation during July. On her return trip she brought tho Roberts children, Mildred and Hel en, who have been visiting relatives in Ohio. Edmund Burgess has returned from a summer visit to Washington D. C. p. m. Mr. J. II. Clark a prosperous farmer a. m. of Clay County is visiting relatives a. m. in Berea for several days. Expresi Train Mr. and Mrs. Washburn of Ibencho No. 33 will atop to take on passen- Station. Africa, announced tho arrigers for KnoxTille and points beyond. val of Master Miles Dixon WashSouth Bound burn at 11:15, p. in., June 3, Mil. 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati He is a fine specimen weighing 7 11:55 a.m. BEREA pounds. Both arc doing well, es No. 32 will stop at Berea to take pecially the mother. on passengers for Cincinnati, O., and Mr. John C. Kerliy writes from points beyond. Ulanta, Illinois, July 28th, about Bound North his bumper wheat crop of 41 bushels BEREA 4:45 p. m. per acre and his neighbor who Cincinnati 8:60 p. m. threshed 512 bushels from 10 acres. to have grown almost "weary of and It was wilh much This pen retails at $2.50 and $3.00. We give it and one year's subscription to pleasure that his friends witnessed his final reward In tho reception of THE CITIZEN for $1.50; or for $1.25 we will give you a six month's subscription and a diploma. Instead of delivering the pen; or for $1.00 you will get THE CITIZEN three months and one of these fine pens. Iho usual "oration" Mr. Bowman rend two of his own poems of which Here is your chance to get a good fountain pen. much complimentary might bo said. In order thai the program might not -seem unusually short. Dr. Ilalne, In answer lo request, rend sovcrnl selections from Browning. Tho Beroa Summer school was highly praised and tlioroly discussed in a short talk FOUNTAIN PEN WAWCO SPECIAL SELF-FILLINby Mr. Victor Raphael. Mrs. Roberts Wawco Pens ore made by skilled workmen from high grade material. The pen points are gave n very interesting narrative on solid 14K gold, tipped with hard iridium. They are hand tempered, hand buffed and smooth writers. the Bahama Islands. Two beautiful The scientific construction of the feed or ink conductor carries the ink to the point in just the and appropriate solos wero well proper amount. The subcapillary ducts retain moisturt at the pen point and prevent the ink from rendered by Mr. Gordon Iinrlo. Quito a number of students and townsfolks flooding. attended. The automatic filling device is of the visible compression button style. The direct button con trolled pressure upon the bar, gets a full supply ofink by simply dipping the point in the ink, depressing the AUCTION SALE IN BANKRUPTCY As a trustee of T. J. I.ako I will on button and releasing no muss, no fuss, or soiled fingers simplicity, convenience and cleanliness practical and reliable pen ever offered to the public. Every pen has the "Wawco" unlimited Saturday, August 10th, 1011, nt Odd The most Fellows' Hall in Horca, sell by Iho guarantee ,n the box w.th the pen. pul)1c lo 10 hgh ))ipo for cash In hand tho . est bidder whole stock of general merohandlso .. BEREA BOYS IN EUROPE rhVM . i ho Blue Lick base ball club wilt the p. J. Lake, conslst- f, hoplumle longes on hctree1iK ((f H;,,,,, , give an ico cream supper at tho Messrs. Karnosh andSellers.recont miQ Shoc9f .1.... I home of S. F. Johnson, at the big graduates of tho college, aro trav- i. Medicines, Meal. Flour, Groceries n . ,,.. ,, at tho spring, near Johnson's shop, Satur- eling in Europe this summer accord- others," said !fl?l Every- ing to a card received from them occasion of tho graduation of Mr. .!.," day, Aug. 8th, 7:30 p. in. AChC ,?f "! body invited. postmarked itlard, n town on tho O. Bowman from the Scientific inr r.ut! iKiiKiinis unsis. Courso of Berea College on last FriMr. and Mrs. Claude Anderson aro boundary between Holland and GerSale to begin at 0:0O a. in. day evening. Mr. Bowman was a visiting for two weeks in Owsley many. L. A. Walkins, Trustee. 11)11 and but County with Mr. Anderson's parents. Both of theso boys wero interest- member of the class of Miss Eilitha L. Spear, former ed students of Prof. Robertson's class teacher of sewing at Berea is at W. in Modem European History and SOth Street and Winona Ave., Indinow have an opportunity to observo anapolis, this summer. events at first hand. Miss Sperry, Matron of the BoardMr. Karnosh conies of an Austrian ing Hall, has attended with great family and has relatives living there, pleasure and profit (lie conference of , whom he probably intended to visit, Courtesy is our watchword Household '.conomics at Lake Pin- - if the critical condition of affairs Style our attraction eld, N. Y. permits. well-doinG The Citizen Premium for somo uncompleted work would hnvo been graduated in June. Aflor a summer of hard work ho nppcarod last V.T Cn'hfn.. hjl I Prices our inducement. William Montgomery from Rich AVelch's guarantee on buggies is mond moved into the Henry Bicknell worth more alono than lots of bug- property on Prospect Street. He is gies', (ad) a plumber by trade. Miss Jessamine and Sarah Davis Alva Pullins, brother of D. C. Pul-lin- s, returned to their home near Lex1- -2 moved from Richmond into D. ington Saturday, accompanied by C. Pullins' properly on Prospect St. Miss Carrol Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Burgess of Mr. Ernest Kiscr and Miss Jessie Paint Lick were visiting in town at Crisp, who has been the guests of I lie first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Davis returned Miss Lou I'll ill ips of Wildie has to their homo in Kinserlon, Ky., been spending several days with Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Branaman left friends in Berea. Misses Bertha King and Lucy HolSunday for a short visit in Wildie. Mrs. W. II. Bower and' little liday returned last Friday from daughter Lillian, spent a few days Knoxville where they have been atthe llrsl of tho week with Mrs. Jack tending summer school. Miss Delia Holliday left the first of Tazwell at Brush Creek. Mr. Sam Scruggs of Flemingburg the week for Hazard, Ky.. where she is visiting his brother, Mr. Albert will spend the remainder of the L. Scruggs. summer with her parents. .Air. and Mrs. Ben Spurlock of HazThe largest line of buggies in east-- 1 ern Kentucky now on exhibition at ard, Ky., arrived last week for a vis Welch's. (ad) it with Mr. Spurlock's mother who Mr. hay Breeden of South Benu, is very sick. .Miss Elizabeth VanWinkle of HarIndiana, joined his wife Saturday, who has been the guest of Mrs. lan, Ky., is visiting for several days Sallio P. Hanson for the past month. with relatives in town. They left Monday to visit relatives Messrs. Porter and Mooro attendBEREA FRIENDS IN GERMANY Mr. and Mrs. Raphael who havo in Illinois, beforo returning home. ed the Fair at Lexington, Tuesday. been in our midst in active school and Mr. W. II. Branaman and wife of Travel abroad is not all pleasure .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fulkerson Butter, Ky., were visiting Mrs. Nan- and little son, Ronald, arrived Fri- church work for three years left this summer. Perils and inconvennie Branaman a few days of last day from California for a visit of a Saturday, the 1st. for Pleasant iences spring from tho European taac week. few weeks wilii .Mrs. Fulkerson's Hitlge, Oliio. .Mr. iiapuaci win They War. Miss Lucy Roberts with Miss up work in Lano Seminary. Mr. Henry Bingham, who has parents, Mr. and Mrs. Beach, who spent last August with Frank Hays. I Dr. and Mrs. wilt bo missed much in Berea. been working at Hazard has reRoberts aro in Germany .Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Winkle turned homo. Ho will assist in the of Cincinnati spent w'th a party from tho University of .. .. ii last week in Bebrick work on the new residence rea. Mr. Van ""I? rr1,":; I Wisconsin, studying. No news has Winkle returned Sun- ited fr()m ,hem sjnco he outbrcak of Dr. L. A. Davis. day, but Mrs. Van Winkle will re .Mrs. Jennie risii, miss nuuiu nan ..r (i. war. Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Lewis and family left Thursday for a two main with tier parents thru this and Mr, C. II. Little motored over Other friends in Germany arc Jos. to Higl Bridge Sunday and spent weeks visit with relatives and week. Elkinton and wife, who were in BeMiss Bess Hays arrivovd Wedncs- - tho day friends in Casey County. rea a year ago. Also .Messrs. Sellers Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Smith and day from Gadsden, Ala., for a visit and Karnosh who has relatives in For Sale. One set double harness with homo folks. children are visiting their relatives Enquire at Austria. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Canfleld left complete. A bargain. this week. (ad) BEREA FAIR A GRAND SUCCESS Tho best buggies in the world at for Leitchfield, Ohio, at 2:00 o'clock Tho Citizen office. The lino weather; the inlenso inWelch's. (ad) Monday morning in tho automobile terest; tho good will of tho people; Miss Lou Phillips is spending a carrying with them Mrs. C. M. Can-fieNEWS UNION CHURCH tho excellent display and amuseand children. Mr. Canfleld mado few days with her friends. Next Sunday tho Pastor will ments all together mado Borca Fair Miss Mary Stewart of Carterville the trip on his niolor cycle. They are preach on "The Crime of War." this year tho best in its history. spent a few days with Miss Ella to lie gone about a month. Adams. Mr. C. C. Rhodus left Berea for Tho show rings wero well filled Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fulkorson Norton, Va., where ho lakes charge and but littlo time lost between beMr. Hudson will preach al Harts and baby arrived in Berea for a of a nice hotel business. Success lo cause of tho promptness of Judges next Sunday. month's visit with relatives and him. and participants. friends. Tho Colt Futurity Ring was an Mr. John S. Lakes writes from San Mr. Bon Gabbard, who has been Diego, Cal., "Wo aro always glad to Tho topic for Christian Endeavor inleresting ono it being tho second homo for a few days visit left Sun- get Tho Citizen. Wo enjoy tho good is "Who is Free." John 8:31-3- 0. year for this. day. Tho poultry show was new for this stories so much; as well as tho good Mrs. Nannie- Branaman left Sunday teachings. Our best wishes lo Tho year and much interest was taken for a visit with her daughter, Mrs.' Citizen and Editor. Next Sunday Mrs. Roberts will in it. Jack Tazwell at Brush Creek. Another, year it is hoped lliero will Miss .Maudo Bowman loft Friday speak at Blue Lick. Miss Minnie Robinson is visiting bo suitoblo quarters for lloral hall, night of last week for Altamont, N. relatives in Paris. and poultry show." C, whero she will begin teaching in Tho members of tho Union Church Mr. and Mrs. Bennet Fowler and It is being advocated that tho tho Altamont school on tho 7th, as havo taken up tho prayer meeting grandstand and show ring bo moved baby of Frankfort aro visiting re- principal. Boforo beginning her Thursday night to attend tho rovlv-- al without tho raco courso making it latives hero this week. school sho will visit relatives and services at tho Methodist church. far bolter for viewing tho races and Miss Daisy Gilbert is visiting friends in Bakorsvillo, N. C. friends here for a few days. rings. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Anderson loft Good order prevailed throughout for Owsley County for a visit to retho entire fair. Premiums wero latives. awarded to tho entire satisfaction of Miss Mario Bower, who has been all. Tho races wero all well filled visiting in northern Kentucky and and fine. Ohio for a month relumed homo EYE OPENERS Granulated Sugar, per lb. 5c Gal. Fruit Jars, per doz. 60c Gold Medal Flour, per bbl. $5.00 jftsb's Cerner Main and Canter Su., Berea, Ky. 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 August Sacrifice Sale on all Summer Goods AT B. E. BELUE Richmond, & COMPANY Kentucky ld The Sale Is Over But we have a large stock of clothing that must be sold at once regardless of cost value All Suits Worth $18.00 15.00 " " " "2.50 10.00 or How's This for Low? for $12.48 11.15 g.75 see CLARKSTON L2R MAIN STREET, Near Bank 7o5 W. will tell all stunner merchandise at rediced prices for a few Come today and get first choice. more days. Thursday. Mr. Earl Phillips and wife of Wil- Deering Mowing Machines and Rakes FOR SALE a; Two lots on Jefferson Street, would consider an exchange for ll, Address, L. F. other values. Cedar Bluff, Va. Bo-reDa-vo- HAYES & GOTT "The Cash Store" die spout Saturday with friends. Mr. Felix Eslridgc, who has been quite ill, is no belter at this writing. Beree Kentucky AURIIKl o, inn. UNITED STATES NEWS TUB CITIZEN Pago Five. 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-b- y check plan is used by every person who finds it important to keep a record of all business transactions, Tor every check you pay is a receipt you retain for future use. The (Continued from Pago 1) ordereT tho pursuit and capture ot another German ahlp that toft port Sunday. Committee Favora Paul Warburg. Washington. Aug. 4. Paul M. War-bur- s will be favorably reported on by the banking and ourrency committee of the senate for membership oa tb Metal reaerr boar. NAVY FOR GENERAL TRAFFIC COLUMBUS BUGGIES and MOGULL WAGONS Are the late arrivals which add two more members to the big family-Ameri- can Fence, Oliver Chilled Plows, Foster Rangers and V. C. Fertilizers. Sold exclusively by Pita It Safe. Also Convenient. Therefore, Satisfactory. Berea Bank & Trust Co. Main Street, Berea, Kentucky Senate Passes Bill Providing for Ite Uae to Carry Mall, Paaaengera and Freight .... Washington, i . Aug. 4. . Spurrod on i. 1 uni. GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES me unueu mnies on accuum ui uio almost entire lack of a merchant marine, tho aonato paaaed the Wocka bill providing for the uae of a number of naral vessels to carry mall, passengers and freight. The bill originally provided only for service between North and South America, but In view of the present European disturbance, the senato thought It best not to limit tho auxiliary service, and tho naval vessels will be allowed to Include European porta In their Itinerary. CODE MESSAGES ARE BARRED R. H. CHRISMAN "The Furniture Man" Prices Always Right j RICHARDSON & COYLE NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE Main Street .... Berea, Kentucky ThU Bank Withes to Keep Constantly Before You !h,f"S Your Business AND IS PREPARED TO CARE FOR IT Capital Profits, J.25,000 $29,000 BEREA NATIONAL BANK BEREA, KENTUCKY J. L. GAY, Cashier ESTILL COUNTY Tim Hfv. S. 0. Johnson and his wiftj liave. recently spout some limo, ill ivuiu Miuniy iircarniiiK aim i.ik-iii- k subscriptions for Tim Citizen. Kvery wliero they wcro greeted by hospitable entertainment, anil largo The "hahy organ" aiiilienci'.s. which Mrs. Johnson nlayed was tho Ono little, delight of tho children. hoy saiil ho was going to sell his cnlf ami buy a "baby organ." Among Ihe places visllod were the Beach drove llaptHt Church, then tho Cedar irow, School House, Ml. Talier Christian Church, anil the Derbin School House where, a now Sunday School was organized. Imii'I forget Friday. August 21st, t In contest day for "Citizen Prizes." You will ho surprised to know that "Tho Citizen has been growing by leaps and bounds tho past month. Wo have jsivcii the whole panie of caiu into your hands. Heal us now by subscribing to Tho Citizen and carry away a premium worth more than the price you pay for both. Memoirs of Napoleon 111 three oliinies, Collier's and The Citizen, 1 $:i.(h). ?:-M- Fountain Pen that sells for destinies. I it and The Citizen, $1.50. Books for mother and tho children GREAT STRIKE IS AVERTED and a knife for father, each worth we ask for The Citizen. what After Conference Railroad Manager With President Aocepta Federal Board's Mediation Plan. Teachers: Teach the children the -- onus on the at page. They will' WashltiKton, Aug. 4. After a conlie heller citizens when they know ference with President Wilson, the our National hymns. railroad managers announced that they had accepted tho plan of mediation as laid down by tho board ot meFor Sale. I have one hundred and diation and conciliation In Chicago llfty acres of land one half mile from last week. Tho threatened strike is Kingston, on the Berea pike, well averted. Tho railroad men were In watered, good corn and tobacco land, conference with the president tor less cotthan ten minutes. a llrst-elaplenty of tage, a tenement house also; apply lo Mrs. .1. M. Boon, Route. 1, Keren, ENGLAND WILL PROTECT COAST Continued from Page 1 (nd) Ky. on Paris was frustrated when four German military aeroplanes crossed TO MAMMOTH CAVE the frontier, flying In the direction 0? August 18, 1914 this capital, and were driven back by the Rhelms air squadron. From priLast Great Reduction Hound trip railroad fare, $5.05. vate sources In the house of commons Hoard at Cavu Hotel including tho It has been learned that the British presented an ultiseveral routes in tho Cave for ?o.G0. government has to Germany, demanding the InMaking total cost for three days trip matum withdrawal of German troops stant SU1 la, going on regular morning from Belgium and Luxembourg. I, unit 011 ticket 10 days. trams, A battle was fought beStockholm. Write or phone I.. & N, Agent. tween tho German and HusBlan fleets oft tho Aland islands and resulted in the Russians being driven back. The Russian wnr vessels took refugo In tho Oulf of Finland, whore they remained. l; pa-tur- e, ss Gorman troops. The Germans also violated the neutrality of Luxembourg, THE CADLES ARE ENDANGERED. which was guaranteed by tho Treaty of London, signed In 1867 by France, Washington. Although all the Eu Austria, Belgium, England, Italy, the rope aro protected uxn tho high seat Netherlands, Prussia and Russia. A by International treaties and agree-- troop train filled with troops arrived munts, thoy are entirely within th In Luxembourg and tho Government Jurisdiction of European governments ot the Grand Duchy Is now In the when they roach poundings within the hands of the German military authorithree-millimit on tho other side ties, who bavo Installed headquarters All railWithin that limit they may bo cut at at the Government house. tho pleasure of the government con-- road and telegraphic communication was Immediately cut off. All comtrolling the territory. munication with Germany has been EXPRESS THEIR GRATIFICATION cut off. More than 100,000 German! New York. Less than three weuki here are anxiously wondering how ago tho Czar of Russia and the 1'resl they can get home. dent of Krance were expressing mu IN OUR OWN STATE tual gratification at tho evident pros (Continued from Pago 1.) pects of universal peace. More that six months ago II. U. Wells, the Hng A STREET CAR IS SIDE8WIPED, lUli author, was writing a prophetic Frankfort, Ky. Intorurban car Na story which fortohl the current do vclonmentR In Kurone. Tho renpnl 113, of the Dluegrass route, Frankfort events have proved Wells to be eitliel' a weird prophet or a closer student ol! affairs than two of the live men moslj intimately concerned with Kuropo'l dles and Islands beyond." e I Now York. Tho Western Union Telegraph Co. announced tho follow Ins: "Under current regulations a I! European messages must not only bi written In plain English or French language, but must bear a full ad dress and bo signed in tho full nam of tho sunder. Messages with abbro vlatcd codo addresses or which do nol bear full signature will not bo passed by tho censors. This likewise appllei to messages for the British West la Chestnut Street bound, slfleswipcdcar"NorilB7whIcD was standing on a switch at the substation power plant of tho Kentucky Berea, Kentucky She becomes hostile at the need of Traction & Terminal Co., a short dis- any extra effort. tance east of Frankfort, just befon noon. Both cars were badly splintered Her 111 nature shows ultimately la and car No. 115 was knocked from th wrinkles and spoiled personality. switch and nearly overturned. Motor-maGeorge Cook ot No. 115 was cut Is the sign ot a about the arms, and Sam Woolrldgo, weak will. a nogro passenger, was hurt In thi back. o Never let nerves and muscles tense. s EXECUTIVE CLEMENCY GRANTED It causes tho muscles to rebut and Frankfort, Ky. Gov. McCreary par. dulls the spirit. doned Mrs. Maud Taylor, convicted In Plko county last February of manLearn to make a difference between, slaughter. Tho pardon was recom- "system" and "routine." mended by Judge Robertson, F. T. 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A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution (Ceorriihtttli.br story of border Mexico, vivH, Intent, euch a ha never before been written, le this one of American adventurer Into the land of A Author of "THE FIGHTING FOOL," "HIDDEN WATERS," THE TEXICAN," Etc. County. Return Bourbon from nourbon county, Seventh Congressional district, follow) For senator, long term, Democrats, Beckham, 1,295; McCreary, 242; Stanley, 648; Republl-cans- , Krnst, 653; Wlllson, 83; Mclaughlin, 82; Progrr-ailveJolly, 2; Vance, 1. 8hort term, Camden, 1,398; Smith, 47; Young, 78, Bullitt, 287, Fltzpatrlck, 16, For congress, Democrats. J. Campbell, 832; Claude M. Illustrations by DON J. LAVIN Frank A. Mooter.) manana. Texan, mining engineer, Spanish tenor and eenorlta, peon, Indian, crowd It chapter with cletr-tu- t word plcturee of bust. net, adventure and love, aaalntt tomber background of wretched armlet marching and acroet a land racked by revolution and without a savior. counter-marching La Fortuna was an old town, yet not as old a ita name, since two Fortuna before It had been washed away by cloudburst and replaced by newer dwellings. Tho settlement Itself was some four hundred yoars old, dating back to the days of the Spanish when It ylolded up many I I I of fTie4rpollcyof pl7lng a waiting game, Hooker ami 6 Lsncy hung around tbo hotel for iMTeral day, llttenlng to the gotalp of Don Juan do Dloa and watching for men with protpeota to tell. d In Bonora ha la a poor and unimaginative man Indcod who has not at leant ono loBt mine or "prospecto" to strangors. tell; and prosperous-lookinriding through the country, aro often Bo, In pursuanco josa-eye- palsanoe beckoned nsldo by oager to show them tho gold mines of the Spanish padre for a hundred dolhalf-nake- d lars Mox. It was only a matter of time, they thought, until Cruz Mender would hunt them up and try to sell them the Eaglo Tall; nnd It was their Intention reluctantly to closo tho bargain with him, for a specified sum, and then stako him to tho denouncement fees and gain possession of tho mine. As this was a commonplaco In the district no Mexican having capital enough to work a claim and no Amort-cahaving the right to locato one It was a rcry natural and Inconspicuous way of jumping Senor Aragon y Tree Palaclos' abandoned claim. If they discovered tho lead Immediately afterward It would pass for a caso of fool's luck, or at least so thoy hoped, nnd, riding out a llttlo each day and sitting on tho hotel porch with Don Juan tho rest of the tlmo, they waited until patience seemod no longer a virtue. "Don Juan," said Do Lancey, taking up the probo at last, "I had a Mexican working for me when wo wero over In o tho Sierras one of your real, workers that had never been and he wo spoiled by an education always talking about 'La Fortuna.' I guess this was the place be meant, but It doesn't look Hko It according to him It was a Mexican town. Maybo ho's around here now his name was Mendei." "Jose Maria Mendez?" Inquired Don Juan, who was a living directory of the place. "IlIcardoT Pancho? Cruz?" "Cruz!" cried Do Lancey; "that was n old-tlm- Tho prosent town was built a little up from the river in the lee of a great rtAm rtt rncVa thrust down from the hill and well calculated to turn aside a glut of waters. It wat a comfortable huddle of whitewashed adobe build-tng- t set on both sides of a narrow and irregular road the great trail that led down to the hot country and was worn s of centuries. deep by the On the lower sldo waa the ample store and cantlna of Don Clpriano, where tho thirsty anieros could get a drink and buy a panoche of sugar without getting down from their Behind tho storo were the mounts. pole corrals and adobe warehouses and tho quarters of tho peons, and across the road was the mescal still, whero, In hugo copper retort and worm, tho fiery liquor waa distilled hoads of Yuccas. from tho sugar-ladeThis waa tho town, but the mott important building sot back in the and shado of mighty cottonwoods pleasantly aloof from the road was tho residence of Senor Aragon. It was this, in fact, which held the undivided attention of De Lancoy as thoy rode quietly through tho village, for he had becomo accustomed from a long xperlonoo In the tropics to look for pack-train- It!" "Ho llvos down the river a couple of mtlos," said Don Juan; "down at Old Sat Toying With His Pistol. something elusive, graceful and feminine In houses set back In a'gnrden. Nothing stirred, however, and having good reason to avoid Don Clpriano, they Jogged steadily on their way. "Some house!" observed Phil, with a last hopeful look over his shoulder. "Uh," assented Dul, ns they camo to a fork In tho road. "Say," ho continued, "let's turn oft on this trail. Lot of burro tracks going out expect It's our friend, Mr. Mender." "All right," said De lancey absently; "wonder whero old Aragon daughter of his keeps that was telling about. the ono Don Joo-aHavo to stop on the way back and sample tho old man's mescal." "Nothing doing!" countered Hooker Instantly. "Now you heard what I told you there's two things you leavo alone for sixty days booro and worn en. After we cinch our title you can get as gay aa you pleaao." piped Phil, "hear the boy talk!" Hut he said no more of wlno and women, for ho knew how they do complicate life. They rode to the east now, follow, ing the long, flat footprints of tho burros, and by all the landmarks Uud saw that thoy were heading straight for tho old Kaglo Tall mine. At Old bee-utlfn "Oo-ee!" can mining camp tho old town Is down below. "That's where this man Aragon, the big Mexican of tho country, has his ranch and store. Spanish? Hlral No, Indeed mltad! He Is half Spanish nnd half Yaqut Indian, but his wife Is a pure Spaniard one of tho few in tho country. Her father was from Madrid and she is a Vlllanuera a very beautiful woman in her day, with golden hair and the presence of a queen! "No, not Irish! My goodness, you Americana think that everybody with rod hair Is Irish! Why, tho most beautiful women in Madrid have chestnut hair as soft as tho fur of a dormouse. It is tho old Castlllan hair, and they are proud of it. Tho Henora Aragon married beneath her station it waa in tho City of Mexico, and she did not know that he was an Indian but she )s a very nice lady for all that and never omits to bow to me when she cornea up to take the train. I remember one time" "Does Cruz Mendez work for him?" lntorjected De Lancey desperately. "No, indeed!" answerod Don Juan patiently; "he packs In wood from tho hills but as I was saying " and from that bo went on to tell of the unfailing courtesy of the Senora Aragon to a gentleman whom, whatever his present station might be, she recognized as a member of ono of the oldest families In Castile. De Lancoy did not press his Inquiries any further, but tbo next morning, Instead of riding back Into tho lilllt, ho and Uud turned their faces down the canyon to seek out the elusive Mendez. They had, of course, been acting a part for Don Juan, since Kru-ge- r had described Old Fortuna and the Senor Aragon with great mlnutenots. And now, In the gulae of Innocent atrangors, they rode on down the river, patt tbo concentrator with its multiple tanks, Its gliding tramway and mountain of tailings, through the village of Indian housos stuck like dugouts against the barren hill then along a river bed that oozed with (lickings until they came in sight of tho town. Fortuna." "Old Fortuna!" repeated Phil. "I didn't know there was such a place." i "Why, my gracious!" exclaimed Don Juan do DIos, ecandallzed by such Ignorance. "Do you mean to say you have boon here three days and never heard about Fortuna Vloja? Why, this Isn't Fortunal This Is an Ameri- "Do you want to buy a prospect!" ders deprecatlngly. "1 do not know, senor," lio answered; he atked, and Hud glanced up at him "but It you wish to dig I will denounce grimly. "We find our own prospects," an- tho claim for you." "For how much?" Inquired De Lanswered Phil. "Hut I know of a very rich pros- cey guardedly. "For one hundred dollars," anpect," protested Mendez; "very rich!" Ho shrilled hit voice to express bow swered Mendez, and to his dollght the American seemed to bo considering It. rich It wan. "Yes?" observed Phil; "then why Ho walked back aud forth across the don't you dig the gold out? But, aa slide, picking up rocks and looking at for us, we find our own mines. That them, dropping down into the futile trenches of Aragon, and frowning Is our business." "Seguro!" nodded Mendez, glancing with studious thought. His pardnor, at their outfit approvingly. "Hut I am however, sat listlessly on a boulder a poor man very poor I cannot de- and tested the action of his nounce the mine. So I wait for tomo "Listen, my friend," sold Do Lancey, rich Americano to come and buy it. I have a friend a very rich man In coming back and poising his finger ImGadsden, but he will not come; so I pressively. "If I should find the ledgo tho ono hundred dollar would be nothwill sell It to you." "Did you get that. HudT" Jested Phil ing to me, sabo? Aud If I should spend In English. "Tho old man horo thlrrks all my money for nothing it would we're rich Americana and he wants bo but one hundred dollars more. Hut listen! I have known some false Mexto sell ua a mlno." Dud laughed silently at this, and icans who, when an American paid Mr. Mendez, his hopes somewhat blast, them to denounce a mine, took aded by their levity, began to boast of vantage of his .kindness and refusod to give It over. Or, If It turned out to his find, giving tho history of th bo rich, they pulled a long faco and Eaglo Tall with much circumstantiality and explaining that It was a loot claimed that they ought to bo paid more. Now If " padre mlno. "Ah, no, senor!" clamored Mendez, "Sure," observed Phil, going back to his horso and picking up the bridle, holding up his hand In protest; "1 am "that's what they all say. They'ro a poor man, but 1 nm honest. Only nil lost padro mines, and you can eoo glvo mo tho hundred dollars " "Not n dollar do you get!" cried De them from the door of the church. Lancey sternly; "not a dollar until Como on, Dud, let's go!" "And so you could this!" cried Men- you turn over the concession to tho dez, running along after them as they mine. And If you play us false" ho "culdado, h omrodo slowly up the canyon, "from tbo paused Impressively old church thnt was washed away by bre look out!" Once more Cruz Mendez protested the flood! This In tho very mlno whero tho padres dug out all their his honesty and his fidelity to any gold! Aro you going up this wayT trust, but Do Lancey silenced htm ImComo, then, nnd I will show you tho patiently. "Enough, hombre!" he said. "Words very place, except that tho Americano are nothing to us. Do you see my ruined It with n blast!" Ho tagged nlong after them, wheo-dlln- g friend over thcro?" Ho pointed to and protesting while they ban- Hud, who, hugo and dominating tered him about his mlno, until they against tho sky lino, sat toying with finally came to the place tho ruins hlo pistol. "Uuen'l He Is a cowboy, sabo? A Toxanl You know tho of the Eaglo Tall. oh? They do not Hko MexiIt lay spraddled out along the hilldumps cans. Hut my friend there, ho likes side, a series of gopher-holes- , looking Mexicans when they aro honest. It workings, and abandoned Hey, Hud," ho called in more Uko a badly managed stone not no! quarry than a rollo of padre days. English, "what would you do to this Kruger's magazine of giant powder, fellow If ho boat us out of tho mlno?" exploded In one big blast, had deHud turned upon tbem with a slow, stroyed all truces of his mlue, besides smllo. starting an avalanche of loose shale "Oh, nothing much," ho answered, that had poured down and filled the putting up his gun; and tho deep pocket. rumble of bis voice struck fear Into Added to thU, Aragon and his men tho old man's heart, had rooted around In the debris In Phil laughed and looked grimly at soarch of tho vein, and the story of Mondez while ho dollvcred his ultitheir Inefficient work was told by matum. great plies of loose rock stacked up "Very well, my friend," ho said. "Wo boaldo caved-ltrenches and n series will stay and look at this mlno. If of timid tunnels driven Into tho neighwe think It Is good we will tako you boring ridges. to tho mining agent nnd got a permit Under the circumstances It would to dig. For sixty days wo will dig, and certainly call for a mining engineer If wo And nothing wn will pay you to locato tho lost lead, and De Lancey fifty dollars, anyway. If wo find tho looked It over thoughtfully as ho be- ledgo wo will glvo you a hundred dolgan to figure on tho work to be done. lars. All right?' Undoubtedly there was a mine then "SI, senor, si. senor!" cried Mendoz, and tho remains of an old Spanish "ono hundred dollars!" smelter down tho creek showed that "When you glvo ua tho papers!" tho ground had onco been very rich "Dut remember bo warned Phil. but If Kruger had not told him In careful! Tho Americans do not llko advance he Mould havo passed up the men who talk. And come to tbo hotel Job In a minute. at Fortuna tomorrow then wo will let "Well," bo said, turning coldly upon you know." tho fawning Mendez, who was all "And you will buy tho mine?" curves In hie deslro to please, "where begged Mendez, backing oft with hla good-nature- Thomas, 1,278, s, Vnnce. 3. Short term, Democrats. Camden, 700. Smith, 10: Young, 200; Hepubllcans, Bullitt, 3. Fltzpatrlck. 5; N'lcholas. 4. Ballard County. Heturns from senator, long county give term. Beckham. 414; Stanley, 752; McCreary, 111; short term, Camden, 149; Smith. 263. Young, 224. The Republican ote was light Ernst has carried the county from Lawrence County primary election follows- For eenatnr, Ijiwrence county. NinthHeturns Congressionlong term. Democrats. Beckham, 253. district, show For senator, Ion McCreary. 87; Stanley. 529; short al Beckham, 261: Stan161 Young, 169. Smith, term. Democrats, term, Camden. McCreary 413; Hepubllcans, fight Krnat was ley. 137. 30. In tho Ilepubllcan 115. Wlllson, 78; McLaughgiven 1S5 to Wllslon's 6K. The Demo- Krnst. lin, 0 Short term Democrats, Camcrats nominated Held for congress- den. 373. Smith. 21. Young, 126; man, ghlng III m a plurnllty of 210. Bullitt. SI. Fltzpatrlck, 110. The Itepiibtlrans nominated Ireland, For congress. Fields. Dem., 499; Ron giving him IS." to Osborne's 47 199 Ijuirel County Heturns she Beck- Voting. Hep.. Heturns from Trig Trigg County 135 mnjorlty over Stanley Camham Cengrt'sslntml district, den carried tho county for the short county. First term. Krnst nnd Bullitt both carry follow For senator long term. DemoPowers' majority over crats, Beckham. 320. Stanley. 2S7. Mc the county Croary, 157. Republican. Krnst, 70; Boaworth for congrestnan was 00. Heturns from alt Wlllson. 450; Mrljitighllti. 9 Short Caldwell Countv preclnrta In this county For senator. term, Democrats, Camden, .161. Smith. Bullitt, MIS. Young. 110. Kenuhllraus, Democrats, long term, Herkhnm. .161: :03. Fltzpatrlck. 10 For congress. 124. Republl-ennStanley. 2S0. Mct'r-ary- . Democrat. Barkley. 531, Williams, Wlllson, 240. Krnat. 4 .16. Scott, 41: Swann, II 26 Short term lHmocrnta, Gallatin County l'turn give Heck-laCamdun, 3 to. Smll'i 65 Young. 171. 256. Stanley. 236. McCreary, 4!. For congress, Barkley, 375. Scott. 117. Bat-lard Owen County. In Owen county the vote Is at follows For senator, long term, Beckham, 897; Stanley, 801; McCreary, 264, Short term, Camdon, 627, Smith, 97; Young! 440. For congress, Cantrlll, 1,630; Thomas, 440. Krnst will carry the county. Pulaski County Heturns from county, Eleventh Congressional For senator, long district, follow term, Democrats, Beckham, 446; Stanley, 66; McCreary, 65; Republicans, Ernst, 260; Wlllson, 600. Short term, Democrats, Camden, 273; Smtth, 27, Young, 77 For congress, Powora, 600 majority over llosworth. For appellate Judge, Hurt, 16, Hobsnn, 140 Breckinridge County Heturns from HrecMnrldsn county, Fourth Concessional district, give for senator, long term. Beckham, estimated majority 200, short term, Young, about 60 majority For congros, Hell. Iletuhtlrnn, estimated majority of S00 The Hopub llcans nominated Wlllson for senator by n mnjorlty of 400 Invless County Iteturns from nil preclnrts In Daviess county, Second Congressional district, follow: For senator, long term. Democrats, Beckham, 1,500; Stanley, 1,919; McCreary, 91; Heiuibllcans, Krnst. 161; Wlllson. 39; Progresses. Jol10S; ly, 11, Vance. 21 Short term. Demo crats. Camden. 1.709. Smith. 403; Young, 572, Republicans, Bullitt, 167; Fltzpatrlck. 48 For congress, Demo-cratsllenson, 90": Klncheloe, 2,435. Tho result of tho Bracken County Pu-tas-- County. For senator, Robertson long term, Beckham, 179; Stanley, 71; McCreary, 65; short term, Camttn, For con237; Smith, 2; Young. 14, gress, Fields, Dem., 267. II. J. Ireland was nominated for congress. Mercer County. Thl county tire Beckham 129 over Stanley, while McCreary received only about 100 vote. Officer failed to give rot of other candidates, but It I known Camden carries the county overwhelmingly. Out of a vote of 1,300 Republicans polled only about 175, Wlllson defeat to ing Ernst three for one. Helm, Dem., congreas was nominated UUmuensnil I ounvj. utHUiim Stanley, 223, Beckham, 142; McCreary, 13. For appellate Judge Hurt rocolved 328 and Hobton 10. Carroll County The primary vote follows: For senator, Democrat, long term, Beckham, 576; Btanloy, 367; McCreary, 202; ahort term. Camden, 608; Smith, 88, Young, 215, In tho Republican contest Krnat was glvon a substantial majority. Montgomery County Only about 12,000 votes were polled In Montgom- ery county, Beckham, 630, Stanley, McCreary, 115. For congress. 420; Fields, 570; Haley, 40, Haney, a7&; Young, 100, Perry, 15, In tho Republican contest only about 325 votes ero polled, Krnat cnrrylng the county for senator by over 200 and Ireland for congressman by the same vote. Camden for the ahort term defeated Young nnd Smith by about 500 votes. Pendleton County Heturns from nil precincts In this county follow: Hcckhnni, For senator, Democrats, 345; Stanley, 6,'r,. McCreary. 63; ReKrnst, 225, Wlllson, 25; publicans, Mclaughlin. 4. Progressives, Jolly, 2; Fr -- Madlton Eighth Congressional district, gives for senator, long term. Democrats, 314; Stanley. 218; McBeckham. Creary. 1.3.:!. Republicans. Krnst. 212; Wlllson. 27. McLaughlin, sives, Jolly, 33. Vance, 7. Democrats. Camden, S32, Young. 626. Republicans. 0; Progres- County. Madison county. Short term. Fltzpatrlck, 70 U your prospecto?" "Aqul, senor!" replied tho Mexican, pointing to the disrupted rock slide. "Horo It was that the Americano Crooka had his mine rich with gold-m- uch Fortuna the river turns west and at tho samo time four canyons came in from the east and south. Of these they bad taken the first to the north and it waa leading them past all the old workings that Kruger had spoken about. In fact, they were almost at the mine when Hooker swung down suddenly from hi horse and motioned Phil to follow. "There's some burros coming," be said, glancing back significantly ; and camo by, each when the pack-traianimal plied high with broken wood, the two Americans wero busily tapping away at a section of country rock. A man and a boy followed bo hind tbo animals, gazing with wonder at the strangers, and as Phil bade them a pleasant "Bueno dlasl" they came to a halt and stared at their Industry In alienee. In the interval Phil was ploaseD to note that the old roan had only one eye. ono d "Que buscaf tho Anally Inquired; "what are you looking fort" And when Phil oraoularly answered, "Gold!" the old man made a motion to tho boy to go on and sat down on a neighboring rock. ( n one-oye- gold!" He shrilled bis volco emphatically, and Do Lancey shrilled his In reply. gazing "Hero?" he exclaimed, blankly at the hillside, and then he "All right, my broke Into a laugh. friend," he said, giving Hud a facetious wink; "how much do you want for this prospect?" "Four hundred dollars," answerod Mendez in a tone at onco hopeful and apologetic. "It la very rich. Benor Crooka shipped some ore that was full of gold. I packed It out for him on my burros; but, 1 am sorry, I have no piece of It!" "Yes," responded Do Lancey, "I am sorry, too. So, of course, we cannot buy the prospecto since you have no ore to show; but I am glad for this, Senor Mondez," ho continued with a kindly smile; "It shows that you are an honest man, or you would have stolon a piece of oro from the sack. So show us now whero tho gold was found, tho nearest that you can remember, and perhaps, If wo think wo can And it, we will pay you to denounce tho claim for us." At this the ono good eye of Cms Mendez lighted up with a great hope and, skipping lightly over the rock piles with bis sandaled feet, he ran to a certain spot, locating it by looking across the canyon and up and down the crook. "Here, senoros," be pronounoed, "Is where the mouth of the old tunnel came out. Standing Inside It I could aee that tree over there, and looking down the river I could Just see the smelter around the point. So, then, the gold must be In there." He point, ed toward the bill. "Surely," said De Lancey; "but where?" Tho old Mexican shrugged his shoul known In both parties cast McLean County. Tlio votes of all precincts In this county. Second Congressional district, follow: For senator, long term, Beckham. L'S9; Stanley. 814; McCreary. 6u; short term, Camden carries the county five to one. For congress. Democrats, I). II. Klncholoe, 983; J. W llensoii, I4C. Krnst carried the county about Ave to one. Todd County The oto on the full term senatorial race was: Stanley, CS2; Beckham, S72, .McCroary, 61. For hat In hlB hand. congross, Chapman, 821, Thomas, 764, "Perhaps," answered Do Lancey. For senator, short term. Young, 230; "We will tell you tomorrow." Camden. 181; Smith. ISl. "Buen'l" bowed Mendez; "and many Union County. Itoturns from all thanks!" precincts In this county, Second Con"It Is nothing." replied Do Lancoy gressional district, follow: For senapolitely, and then with a crooked tor, long term, Democrats, Beckham, Bmtle he gazed after the old man a 496; Stanley, 1.722; McCreary, 22; he wont hurrying off down tho canyon. short term. Camden, 49"; Smith, 281; "Well," he observed, "I guess we've Young, 490. For congress. Democrats, got Mr. Mendez started Just about J. W. llenson, 1.035; Klncheto. 1,171. right what? Now If we can keep Practically no votes wero cast In him without tho prlco of a drink until and Progressive primaries. wo get our papers we stand a chance from County. Heturns Warron to win." Warren county, Third Congressional "That's right," sold Hud; "but I district: term, aenator, Beckwish he had two good eyes. I knowod ham, 1,197; Stanley, 1,146; McCreary, d Moz up In Arizona and ho 100. Short term, Camden, 306; Smith, a was sure a thieving son of a goat." 197; Young, 423. For congress, Thom(Continued next vrnek) as, 1,199; Chapman, 1,152. Mason County. Heturns from MaKENTUCKY PRIMARY NEWS son county, Ninth Congressional dl (Continued from Page Three.) trlct: For senator, long term, DemoCroary, 80; Stanley, 1.320; Beckham, crats, Beckham, G92; Stanley, 804; Krnst, 366; Wlllson, 63; 788; ahort term. Smith, 182; Young, 649; Camden, 484. For congress, Dem- Progressives, Jolly, 27; Vance, 17. ocrats. HenBon, 484; Klncheloe, 1.547; Short term, Democrats, Camden, 874; had no opposiClark, Republican, Smith, 35; Young. 246; Hepubllcans, tion. Ilepubllcan figures glvo Wlllson Bullitt, 293; Fltzpatrlck, 56. For cona majority of at least 1.000 for long gress, Fields, Dem., 871, Ireland, Hep., 290. term senatorshlp and Bullitt has a of about COO for short term. Allen County. Heturns from Allen show: county are: For senator, long term, County. Iloturn Metcalfe For senator, long term. Democrats, Democrats, Beckham, 764; Stanley,0 8tanley. 172; 442; Beckham, Republicans, 34; 214; McCreary, 34; Republicans, Ernst, 26; Ernst, 177; Wlllson, 126; McLaughlin, Wlllson. 183. Short term, Democrats, 6; Progressives, Jolly, 12; Vance, 4. Camdon, 228; Smith,. 38; Young, 87; Short term, Democrats, Camden, 220; Hepubllcans. Bullitt. 125; Fltzpatrlck, Smith, 125; Young, 103; Republicans, 81. For congress. Thomas, Dom., 391, Bullitt, 187; Fltzpatrlck, 27. For conJ. V. Chapman. Dora., 221 Appellate gress, Thomas, 607; Chapman, 481. Judge, Hurt. Dera., 681; Hobton, Dom., Crittenden County. For senator, 39. long term. Democrats, Ueckham, 168; PowPowell County. neturns from Stanley, 127; McCreary, 81; Republell county. Seventh Congressional dis ican. Ernst, 14; Wlllson, 330; Mctrict., follow: For senator, long term. Laughlin, 4; Progressive, Jolly, 2; McCreary, Beckham. 316; Stanley, 63; 67; abort term, Camden, 251; Bmitn, Vane, 18. Short term, Democrats, Young-- , 44; 11; Young, 69. For congress, Cantrlll, Camden, 146; Smith, 61; Republicans, Bullitt, 241; Fltipatriok, 171; Thomas, 189. 17. For congress, Barkley, 226; Scott. Lincoln County. The total vot bv fiacb candidate for th Ions Dera., 13. one-oyema-orlt- y y, Smith, 72; Bullitt. 429; Uvhtest vote over "I supposo you are busy having your wedding clothes made?" "Oh, no! If had them mado now they'd probably Ikj out of style." Chicago Record Herald. 1 Mr. Kuagg-Htl- ck to tho truth. Toll the truth nod shamo tho devil. Mr. Knugg Well, tho truth about you ought to make lilm foul ashamed. Chicago Now. Parson Do you know the parables, my child? Johnnie Yes, sir. Parson-A- ud which of the parable do you like best? Johnnie I llko tho one whero somebody loaf and Record. Qahen.-Pulladel- phla -- August SI . ) I ' i r i i TH1 ORIIM IN THE HOME HOW UNCLE SAM SPENDS TOUR THE BATTLE CREEK SANITARIUM LetUr From President Frost INCOME TAX .DOLLAR For School Children of (Continued from race Two.) Tho American Magnnlno scnl Flay So I tains Slannard Baker to Washington lo pain without an anastlictlc. tried lo find n vacation fortnight for Iraco your incomo lax dollar and proposes ro-p- Citizen Prizes the Moun- SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING' YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door VERSE rOR THIS WEEK So nigh Is grnmlcur lo our dust, So near in God to mnn, When Duly whispers low, Thou must, Tlio youth replies, I can. Fl. W. Emerson. WHY? 1. gives alcohol If so, why do athletes abstain whilo (raining for a raro or other contests requiring strength? 2. Somo say alcohol gives endurance. If so, why do great employers culofT tho supply of drink when work of nn especially arduous or lengthened nature is required? 3. Sonw say alcohol gives hcaL If so, why do travelers in tlio Arctic regions who take drink succumb lo tho cold, while total abstainers remain unharmed? 4. Some say alcohol is good In hot countries. If so, why did Btan-lo- y refuse it to his men during his In forced march across Africa search of Emln Pasha? D. Some say alcohol steadies tlio nerves. If so, why do surgeons abstain before performing a dellcato operation? 0. Bomh! say alcohol sustains tlio If so,why do insuranco health. companies take total abstainers at a lower premium than others? 7. Somo say it is dangerous suddenly to givu up tho uso of alcohol. If so, why do prisoners, most of whom aro obliged suddenly to abstain, improvo in health? Queens- Every School In Montgomery a land People. Moonlight School Montgomery is the Urst county lo DON'T LET YOUNG CHICKENS GET havo every teacher, both white and WET colored, lo pledge themselves to conIn tho "Poultry liaising" depart- duct Moonlight Schools. Also, sument of tho current issuo of Farm perintendent Georgia Sledd, former and Fircsido a contributor advises Superintendent M. Q. Goodin and dipping hens in hog dip to gel rid Supervisor 0'P.ear have enlisted. of lice. Tho editor gives tho fol- Tho Moonlight Schools of Montgomery County will begin in September, lowing advice; dipping of and tho teachers will canvass their "In no caso should tho districts on Labor day to sccuro poultry bo undertaken unless tlio large attendance. Hiifllciently warm so Eomo say strength. penny for penny exactly how Undo Sam spends IL Tho result of his investigation appears In tho August number. Under tho Indirect method of taxation, by which wo still continuo lo raiso most of our revenues, few pcoplo fell any concern as to what Iho government spent, bul with a direct tax liko tho Incomo tax several hundred thousand Americans will feel this year, for tho first llmo, Just whnl It means to help buy warships and pay for s. Following unnecessary is part of Mr. Baker's report: "Tho very first thing thai struck mo, and struck hard, was tho fact thai, although wo havo had no great war In fifty years (and only a llltlo one sixteen years ago), over sixty cents of every dollar thai Undo Sam collects from you and ino (directly or Indirectly) goes for 'military purposes,' including continuing expenses of past wars pensions. "I think thai few pcoplo realixo what this means in a nation which considers itself peculiarly dovotcd to peace. "Sixty-thre- e per cent lo the Army, Navy and pensions, and only thirty-seve- n per cent lo pay all tho other vast and useful purposes of the Government, excluding postal scrvico and tho preposlorous sinking fund required by law, but never provided In fact. This thirty-seve- n per cent only Is availablo for building tho Panama Canal, improving our rivers and harbors, supporting tho Indians, encouraging agriculture, public health and education, to say nothing of taking care of tho cntiro machinery of civil govCongress, Executivo ernment Courts, and the diplomatic and consular service. "In tho estimates for Iho now year the expcndiluro of tho Government for all purposes (with Uio exceptions abovu stated) reaches tho vast stun of 710,000,000. Of this, go for war purposes and forty-fiv- e per cont of this goes for pensions, retirements, and intcrcsl on war debts." post-ofllcc$160,-000,0- 00 tho enjoyment of suffering! There was a day of rather gelling ready, and I found myself on nn operating tahlo boing wheeled toward the clean, whilo light chamber in which human bodies are vivisected or cut into while alive. I noticed thai there wero straps by which a patient could bo bound if necessary. Dr. Kellogg himself was there, in n whilo robo flecked with blood, and surrounded with half-veilnurses In rubber gloves that mado them look like bats. And there were tho Instruments of desperalo resort knives, forceps, scissors of unearthly shapo and hoi irons. Ho shook my hand and wcnl lo work, Deftly, swiftly, with absolute precision ho mado each stroke and motion. 'That is a good beginning. It is not loo painful?" "It is endurable" "And thai is tho ncxl thing: I hope you can enduro that?" "I enn enduro it." "There wo go you arc not greatly ed hurt?" "It is pain, bul it is pain that can be borne." Long minutes of silent work. 'That is nil, President Frost. I beg pardon for hurting you. I confess it was intentional, but I meant you well." "You aro a model surgeon, Doctor, and n model friend. Praise God for doctors." And then I found oul what no one had told mo tho pain. of that operating room held right on for forty-eig- ht hours I I know how our soldiers felt in hospitals and our mothers in childbed. It reminds mo of a littlo verse: I walked n mile with Pleasure: She chatted all tho way But not a word of nil sho said Stands good to mo today. walked a mile with Sorrow And not a word spoke she But 0 tho things I learned of her When Sorrow wnlked with met I CHANCE ALWAYS WINS MONEY IN BETTING THE OTHER FELLOW WILL QUES8 WRONG. Peculiar Pyechologlcal Fact, But It Haa Been Proved to Be Exact-Rec- ords of Monte Carlo Show It to Be Right tho birds will not bo chilled, unless they can bo kept in a room artificially warmed until their feathers Lilllo chicks aro perfectly dry. should not bo treated with this solution until a month or two old, as their skins aro dclicato and a chill may finish them. "An effectivo lico powder for poultry is mado by mixing threo parts of gasolino and ono part of crudo carbolic acid 00 por cent pure. Then add gradually sufllcicnt plaster of Paris to absorb all tho moisture, making powder that will sift easily through a dusting can." weather is that Lincoln County righting Illiteracy Lincoln County, which wroto a brilliant page in Kentucky's history through its representative in tho last General Assembly, Hon. Shclton M. Saulley, who championed tho bill creating tho Kentucky Illiteracy Commission, has written another. Superintendent Garland Singleton and forty-si- x of his teachers havo volunteered lo (each moonlight schools to wipe out illiteracy. Tho Standford Interior Journal and the people of Lincoln County aro backing theso volunteers Daddy's Bedtimi Storv Oliver Wingt Won The Little Lizards' Rainy Day Party. the Prix. had been such a rainy day, bat Jack and Evelyn bad been for a walk la spite of the weather. "Where did you got" aiketl daddy. "We hud a splendid walk," said Jack. "We went through the woods. We had on our oldest clothes, bleb boots and robbers, so we didn't care how wet we got" "We certainly did Ret wet, though." aald Evelyn, "but Juat the aame we had Iota of fun. The wood looked bo pretty all wet and green." "The red lizards save party this afternoon In the woods, and I thought maybe you two children might have seen them," said daddy. "We didn't eeo Uicin having a party," aald Evelyn, "but we taw Just ever and ever so many lizards hurrying along, and probably they wero on their way to the party." "Yea, that must have been It." said daddy. "You see. they wanted to give a party for tho fairies. "The fairy queen and all tho fairies thought It was One of the lizards to give them a party, and they liked being Invited out on a rainy day because It wasn't every ooe who wanted to give a party on a rainy day. "When they got to the side of tho mountain all tho lizards were In line teady to recelvo the fairies very formally. They made low bows and twisted their tails aa well as wiggled their little legs, which In lizard talk meant: 'Oood day. fairies. We are happy to nee you." "The drat thing the lizards had arranged for tho amusement of tho fairies waa a wading contest moaay, slip"Near by on the mountain side there was a llttlo brook with slip- pery rocke lo It The fairy who could wade for the longest time without IT Toss a coin Into the air 10,000 times and It will very likely turn up heada a. often aa tails. But let any man try on each of the 10,000 times to say whether it will be heada or tails and If be does not stick to calling the same one he will miss It more than five thousand times. I have the authority of a great psychologist for this queer fact Leave a thing wholly to chance, and If chances aro even the result will be even. However, when the human mind backs Its wits against chance It will In the long run lose. It waa on this theory that people will guess wrong oftener than they wilt guess right that the Rufus enterprises, which were closed up In Philadelphia yesterday, could thrive. Guessing on future events where personal preference or prejudice enters makes the chance of losing all the greater. The most famous Insuranco concern la the world la the Lloyds. A fairly large part of Its business has been to bet that the other fellow will guess wrong. That Is why It haa become so rich Itself. The bucket shop and Its system of playing the stock market cannot win. They win very often, hut they lose oftener, hence the empty pockets of those who try to wring fortunes out of guessing whether Union Pacific and prlng wheat will this afternoon go up or down. Monte Carlo records show that In a year the red on any roulette wheel win. virtually the aame number of times aa the black. But the records alio show that any player who does aot cling steadily to one color, but varies his guesses, will in the end Wall-lngfor- d The Citizen to gat acquainted with the brloht boyi and girls who are attending the pnblio schools of the monntalns this Summer. Wo wish lo know what you aro thinking about, and to sco how brightly you can express your thoughts in school pieces. We offer a Prize for every school. Wo ask the teacher in each school to appoint an hour (wo suggest Iho third Friday of August) for tho reading of compositions by the older scholats. In every district in which as many ns four good compositions ore read wo will send Tho Citizen for ono year to tho author of tho ono which the teacher Is tho best. Here are the conditions: 1. Each composition must bo the real thought of the boy or girl who writes it and not borrowed from any book or older person, and must contain from 400 lo 800 words. 2. The writers may chooso their own subjects and titles bul we suggest for boys "A Man Fit lo bo an Example-- " and for girls "A Woman Fit to be an Example." Do not take any ono person, but just imagine a person with tho good qualities which you have seen here and there. Do not lake a great public man like Lincoln though you may use some things thai were in Lincoln, but describe a man or woman fit lo bo an example right in your own county. 3. Be 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 ono side of tho paper, only. Underscore your title, make good sentences and group them in paragraphs and havo a composition fit lo print. 5. Tho teacher must send the four best compositions at least four with the names and address of the authors to Tbo Citizen, and tell which ono is in his judgment the best. To tho author of that essay Tho Citizen will be sent free for ono year. Tho teacher shall grade tho papers on the scale of 100, allowing; 35 points for soundness and importance of tho thought presented. 35 points for tho 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 All. Theso compositions that are judged bcsl in the different schools will then be compared by our Managing Editor, Mr. Wertenberger, and friends he may select to assist him, and tho 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 aro as many as ono hundred schools competing the prizes will be: First Prize. School Bills, (Board, Floom, Incidental Fees) for one year in Berea, $81 to $91.60, according to tho department entered. Second Prize. School Bills for two terms in Berea, $58.50 to $65.10. Third Prize School Bills for ono term in Berea (Fall term is longest) $29.50 to $32.00. If there are less than 100 competi tors tho prizes will be one-ha- lf the above amounts. Now Boys and Girls, begin to think, and lo write. We hope to havo some, of these compositions to print In Tho Citizen right soon. Now teachers, it is for you lo start your bright scholars. Mako August 21 a big day in your district. Who knows bul that you may de velop in your school tho winner among a hundred competitors? Somebody is going to have each of Iheso prizes. Why not somo of your scholars? wcll-writlcn do-cid- os posl-of-flco Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnin- g Training, that adds to your power, combined wita general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commer-cla- l. 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 sobm vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for moat rapid progress 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course For those who are not expecting lo leach and who aro not going thru Collcgo, but desiro moro general education. This is just the thins; for those preparing for medcal studies or other professions without a collcgo course. It also gives Iho best general education for thoso who wish a good start in study and expect lo carry it on ny themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best training for those who expect to teuea. Courses are so arranged that young peoplo can teach through Use summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keepright on .in their course of stady. Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District SchooL" 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department 6th Door Berea College Questions Answered This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with its affiliated schools, is not a money-makin- g institution. It requires certain fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for tha benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students cosm from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents in Berea live In College buildings, aad many assist in work of boarding aalL farm and shops, receiving valoaMe training, and getting pay according to the vaJue of their labor. Except tm winter it is expected that all will haw a chant to earn a part of their" expenses. Writ to tho Secretary before coming to, lecur employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, ate, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Oar climate is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, wans wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. TBI STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, werk uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The Goll.-gasks no rest for tho fine buildings In which stuients 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, f 1.35 a week, in the fall, and 11.50 in winter for furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two.. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as gaarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This Is paid bat ones, and la returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for can of school buildings, hospital, library, etc (Students pay nothing for taitioa or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Isddeatal Fas for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $6.00 aad ' , $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, lad dental fee and room rest fey the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM e Incidental Fee Room VOCATIONAL AMD FOUNDATION SCHOOLS f AOADBMT AND MOSMAL - . OOLLBSia 6.00 5.60 $ 0.00 7.00 $ 7.W 7.80 Board 7 weeks 9.45 Amount. due SepL 16, 1914... $20.05 MB Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 4, 1914 Total for term $29.60 WINTER TERM Incidental 'Fee Room $ 6.00 6.00 9.00 9.4S $22.45 9.46 $31.90 Ml $06.46 ftlM $ Mi Board 6 weeks $ 6.06 7.20 9.00 740 7.20 9.66 ; $36.96 Amount due Jan., 8, 1916 9.00 Board 0 weeks due Feb. 17, 1916 $2126 9.00 $31.20 $23J0 9.06 Total for term $29.00 $3U6 'This laundry. does not Include the dollar deposit aor money for hooks or Business. Special Expenses rrne'llzards" of course, thought It ws lots of fun to watch the falrlca Blip, to hurry because the moro rain there waa Iho easier It waa for the lizards they had thought It was lots of fun too Of course, as long, and the fairies falling on the come out with the Intention of getting wet they didn't mind wig-le- d mousy atones at all. And such laughter aa there wasl And the lizards so with glee and amusements dldn t fall at aa "Tho little fairy named Bllver Wings won the prize, tw she b" had ntb .11. and the lizard, were very pleaned that .be had put or i la wing .be h.d a little rosette made of moss which .be right lizard, so much that It was honor of the lizards' party. That pleaded the they presented the prize to bar. With the greatest enthusiasm Pl" ' finest 35c tsIuc Guaranteed Hose any color with written guarantee and a psirof chance. 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One color haa been known at this most fascinating .pot on the Riviera to come up 66 consecutive times. Gamblers eay that whea tossing a coin you should let the other fellow call It Tour own chance of winning 1. thereby made greater by the human brain', inability to cope against lose. I do not Include the percentages in Guaranteed Special Hosiery Offer Wear-Ever Hosiery For Man And Women Ladles' Special Offer For Limited Time Only-- Six pair of our flnest 35c value ladles' guaranteed hose In black, tan or white colors with written guarantee, for fl.oo and loc for postage, etc. .SPECIAL OVPKR POR MEN For allmlted time only,tlx psirof our Wimttr Teloi Srim, Stenography and Typewriting.... $12.00 $10.99 $06.69 $14.00 19.60 12.00 M.06 14.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 6.00 7.00 6.00 10.60 Bookkeeping (regular course).... Business course studies for students ( in other departments: 9.00 7.66 07.06 10.50 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's use 6.66 1.60 11.60 7.00 of instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. 1.60 1.00 0.40 Arlth., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $16.00 par tana. d young man or young woman can gat aa edacatiaa at Any Berea If there is the will to do so. It is a great advantage to continue daring winter and spring aad have a full year of continuous study. Many young people wast time la the public schools going over and over the same things, whea they might be Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting in on bow studies with some of the best young men and women from other counties and states. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they are above 16 years old, In good health, and of good' character. This may be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neigh bor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Fall Term ppena September 10, 1914. Get Ready I For infonnalion or friendly advice write to the Secretary, Fell able-bodie- MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Pago Kfglit. THE CITIZKN August 0, 1014, tho L. & N. railroad. Mr. Olllo Pennington of this placo is slaying Shearer returned from near Rich at Hurtling Springs. Mr. Gcorgo mond last Saturday where ho has Nanlz and family of Big Soxlon vis been nl work. Married on tho 18th Ited relatives nt this placo last Sal Miss Martha McQueen to Mr. Wll unlay and Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs Ho Hammond both of this place--Mr, J. S. Tcaguc arc all smilesover tho 0. M. Payne is having a nice cel arrival of n fine boy. His namo is Tb tlfaM It fill ntmtrmintt rllih4 at! trMtsos tf food by tt writer. fltiiij.um lar built. Mr. Charley Decs and Robert Rufus. Mr. James Penning falti. Writ It sot tor pmMlcatloa, bit n it family hnvo returned from Hamil ton, who has been very poorly is ton. Uncle John Decs has been on nhlo to le out again. Johnny Luiis Attention is again called (o tho county ever had. Tho ladles of tho. the sick list for several days. Mr, ford, who has been sick is a great Citizen Prizes on page 7. County Christian Church gavo an ico cream Willie- Mullins, who hns been living deal hotter. Mr. and Mrs. John G, Superintendents, why not tako it up supper at the court houso last Tucs at Farrlstown, is talking of moving Pennington of Stringtown is visit A largo crowd was hack to his farm on Clear Creek, It Ing relatives nt this place. Mr. day night. willi the schools of your County? present; $11.00 worth of Ico cream looks like everybody was going to S. Toague has gono to Manchester, East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Don't say Flour to your merchants, say "I want Zaring's Patent Flour" then you are sure of the best biscuit. WORLD NEWS crutches. Tho school election was very warm at Clover Bottom. Supt, Dist. John Witt and Buster Isaacs were the candidates. Mr. Witt re ceived 20 votes and Mr. Isaacs 22 Tim nrlmarv election passed off nuiellv in Coyle District last Satur day: polling the lightest vote ever polled in that district, namely, flfly-flRepublicans, two Democrats and ono Progressive. C. K. VanWinklo and family is planning to move to Ohio in a few days. W. J. Hayes and somo marshals destroyed a moonshine still on Horse Lick last week. Aunt Nancy Bickncll is very sick at this writing and is not expected to recover. Her children from Illinois have been sent for. Charles Norvcll of Ohio is visiting home folks hero this week. M. 0. Cruso of Congerville, 111., visited J. S. Van Winkle and J. W. Abrams last week. Corn crops nre looking well here since the rain. We are having a Miss fine school at Cave Springs. Minta Cunnagin is the teacher. vo JACKSON COUNTY Clover Bottom Aug. 3, Clover Bottom. T. S. Van Winkle, who broke Ills leg somo lime ago is able to he out again on and lemonade was sold. This money voto for Powers. will be spent for repairing the Christian Church house. Mrs. Cab- Livingston Livingston, Aug. 3. Bom to the hard, wife of J. K. Gabbard, our county attorney died at her homo.wifo of Leonard Woodall on tho 22, in Booncville last Tuesday after- - int., a girl. Win. Krugcr Is crccl-noo- n of typhoid fever. Sho leaves, ing a new dwelling on Main St. Mrs. a husband and five children besides John Griffith nnd little boy who was many friends and relatives to mourn hurt by train and reported In last her loss. We extend our sympathy. week's news nro doing well. W. H. to the bereaved ones. School begins Graves has sold his horso to Mr. at Booncville next Monday with ASamtnio Sams. Consideration $200. D. Cole of Bowling Green, Ky, ns Owen Garrett, of Berea, was In principal and Miss Fannie Glass of. town Friday looking after spokes. Booncville, Assistant. Clyde Scale, Mrs. C. E. Rice has been visiting who Is working nt Quicksand, has at Broad Head for a few days. The been visiting his parents .at this Primary Election passed off quietly, piace ior me last, icw nays. ;urs. noi n sign or wnisKcy was seen. ,1. E. Hammonds and her daughter, This is uncommon for Livingston, Bessie, of Lexington have been vis hut wo are glad to sco it so. G. W. iting in Booncville for the last week Johnson and Charlie Daulton of There will bo a county fair held at Boonevillc on Sept. 11th and 12th ( - School will begin hero next Mon We were sorry lo hear of tli day with Mr. Lee Combs as teacher, death of Mr. George Anderson of Silver Creek. They all havo our GARRARD COUNTY sympathy. Paint Lick Our prayer meeting Is being con Paint Lick, Aug. 2. An Ico cream ducted by Prof. Ilnlno on Thursday supper will he given by tho Ladles night. Lveryono coino out nnd belt Aid Society, at the Wallacelon Bap us. list. Church Saturday night, for Hi Miss Dinksio Lake, who Is teach benellt of the Church beginning ing at Johnetln, Ky., writes sho Is :::.-- Mr. and Mrs. It. B. Gabbard ot enjoying her work very much. llig Hill visited with his mother, Mr. A. C. Hart visited the home of .Mrs. Mary Gabbard Saturday and 1'. J. Lake, Saturday night. Sunday. Miss Eva Webb of Irvin Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McOueen visit came for a short visit with Mr. and ed the home of J. W. Lake Sunday Mrs. J. I' Parsons. Our school is evening. progressing nicely with Miss Bow Miss Nellie Luke visited he Ion as teacher. Mrs. Jack Kidd and grandfather, .Mr. I). C. Pullins. daughter have returned from tho Mr. W. B. Lake, our picture man mountains where they had n do will soon start for the Fidelity Per hghtful visit. trait (.o. He thinks he will proba My locale in Alabama. Slate Lick Slate Lick, Aug. 2. Mrs. II. M Snyder is improving again. Quito n number of Slate Lick folks attended the Berea fair last week. Mr. Baker and sister, Mrs. Adams of Ml. Vernon, Ky are spending several days at Slate Lick Springs. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Morgan after visiting with his father at Lexington returned to Berea. Then Mr. Morgan returned to his home in St Louis, Mo. Mrs. Morgan will go lat- on. Miss Maud Snyder is being visit (1 by her cousin. Miss Beulah Hin- lren of Kirksville. Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Forest March are vis it ing Mrs. March's parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Clias. MeCord of Par is nre the guests of their mother, Mrs. K. N. MrConnick at Slate Lick. Mr. F.. .V. MrConnick is with home folks for a few days. Thero was quite an excitement in 1915. 8. F. Sum. America. Sulphur Springs Sulphur Springs, Aug. 1. Rev Bailey, of this place and Rev. Stewart of Texas arc holding a protacted meeting at the Reform Church of this place. Henry Arnold of Dayton Ohio, has been visiting in this neigh Elsio Taylor, liorhood recently. who has been visiting friends of near Bealtyville has returned and is in school again. Whitley Mays and wife of Lexington are visiting home folks. Sunday school is pro grossing nicely at Sulphur Springs, Lennic Bailey of Bcattyvillo is do ing photographer's work in this vi cinity. Rev. Harvo Johnson will begin a scries of sermons at the M. E. church Sunday. Harrison Mays is at Quicksand on business. Sonnie Napier of Quicksand is visiting friends here at present ' (Continued from Page 1) fare. Several individual contests hnve been reported, In ono of which a French aviator drovo his machino full head on into n German dirigible, ripped open tho balnon and Immediately both machines fell lo tho earth with their crews. Germany appears to ho the aggressor and largely responsible- for tho horrible crime of Involving peaceful nations in a struggle (hat Is ruinous and disastrous in (he highest degree, both (o llf and property. Thousands of homes will ho bereaved nnd I he ery of widows and orphans, of the maimed and the dying will go up to the throne of God for ven geance, loo long has Germany been Hie bully of Kurope. II is to be hoped that she will bo rendered helpless for further harm, that the nations of the world may live in peace. - 01 tbte 1 sing; Land where my 1. My country, 'til ot thee, Sweet land 2. My native country! thee.Lamlol tho noble free, Thy name I love; I lure thy 3. Let music swell tho breeze, And ring from all the trees Sattt in; Let mor-To thee we sing; Long may our 4. Our father's God to tiee, Author ol lib ollib-er-t'i er-t- England and Germany at War 1, Great Britain declares war willi deniiany at 7:00 oclock Tuoday night. Kaiser refuses to respect the neutrality of Belgium. August FINIS FOR CHICAGO 80UTHSIDE. Parrot, July 31. The ball game which was played Saturday even-- 1 ing at this place by the High Knob Burning Springs and Annvillc team against the Letter Box team was won by Letter Box. The score be ing 7 to 1 in their favor. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Willie Gabbard, a girl She was named Ellen. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cor nelius has been very sick, but is little better. Quite a crowd of young folks were entertained at tho home of Adam Price Sunday even ing. Mrs. Susan Hillard and three little children of Tulsa, Okla., who are visiting her father on Moores Creek, visited relatives at this place from Saturday until Wednesday. The Messrs. Harry Roscoe and John Medlook, Charley Shepherd and Ray Farmer of Olin visited friends at this place Saturday and Sunday. Uncle Clark Cornet t, ono of tho old est men of this neighborhood died at the home of his daughter, Mrs Able Parker Tuesday evening, July 22. He was an old soldier and had been a sufferer a long time from wounds received during the war, He leaves a widow, several children and a host of friends to mourn his death. Carico Carico, Aug. 2. Good rain fell last Sunday. Aunt Cosby Cole is improving slowly. The meeting at Flat Top was a success with seven additions to tho church. Brother Lunsford is an earnest worker in tho church. Born to Mrs. Arter a fine girl. Her name is Brady. Mother and babe are very poorly. Wo are sorry to hear of Uncle K. Cornelius getting shot, Thero was quite a hurrah thrugh tho districts over tho school election Miss fcllen Roberts has gone to Moores Creek to stay with her grandma, Mrs. Lucy Evans and go to school there. Mr. John Summers is on the sick list at this writing. Bill Baker's little girl is improving slowly. Mr. Press Cole is expected from Hamilton, Ohio, to visit friends of this place this week. Many good wisiies to Tho Citizen and its many readers. el, Parrot i mZ--l L."l rr father's died. Land of the rilcrim's pride. From ev'ry mountain tide Let freedom line. rocksand rills.Thy woods and templed hills;M; heart with rapture fills Like that above. tongues awake, Let all that breathe anaiMet rocia Ueirtntatt brtak,Trit sound prolong, land be bright With freedom's holy ligbt;I'rotect us by Thy might, Great God.our King, r Flag of the Free. I . Mirth Tnm ,U)Biiatm.' Chicago. Kxtermlnatlon of tho old Southsldo segrenatcd district, where one policeman was killed nnd ihrP wounded In a revolver light, Is to bo effected by the health and building departments, according to M. U U. Kunkhouser, Second Deputy Police Superintendent. Kunkhouser said In. apectors from both departments had been assigned to work under him, and that they would be Instructed to pry into every nook and corner of tbt old buildings. Try It on the Dog. Imiked nt the straneer and shook his lieutl. "What tl'je cull jutirHelf;" he a.ikJ. "The OniheiiH of the barnyard." res pited the cnller. Whnt'li Topliet Is that!" demanded the ngrlculturlxt. The HtriuictT smiled. "A college profeNxor has declared that heni will not lay at certain sen- sons uulittx they lire amtintl. I'm tho man who sits on u barnyard fence nm amuse them. Siv. here In my mouth I my tambourine. orpin, and here piny nnd slug and cmek JukiK until the hem roll over In n!ieer dellght-n- nd all for fiO cent mi hour." The farmer ejed him moodily. "I wonder." lie x.ild, "how your tal ents would liiiiiros the doc? Here. Uoverr-C- b land Plain Denier. Dispulanta, July 29. Died on tho twentieth of this month, Miss Joslo Allen. Sho was laid to rest In tho Wilt graveyard. Sho was a good and kind woman and liked by everybody. Old Aunt Susio Ogg continues about tho same Sho has been bedfast for over a year. W. S. Shearer mado a business trln lo OWSLEY COUNTY Paris this week, Several of the Eooneville folks from this placo attended tho Booncville, July 27. The Teach- fair at Berea this ers' Instituto broke hero last Fri- ben Abnoy and Mr.week. Mr. nn. James day. It was ono of tho best tho are working on tho signal Shearer lino on Grayhawk Grayhawk, Aug. 3. Thero is quite a lot of sickness in and round Grayhawk. Mr. Sherman Smith has typhoid fevor. James Brumback Bailey has fever. Danford Lane-har- ts Bailey has croup. Mrs. Louisa Tinchcr has lagrip. Tlio Rov. A. D. Bowman filled his appointment at Grayhavfk tho first. Tho Rov. Harvey Johnson will preach at tho M. E. Church tho 5th, Sunday' in August. Everybody is invited to attend. Mr. James Robinson has been in this part buying sheep and cattle this week. Ho bought 170 sheep and 30 cattle at tip top prices-- Mrs. Juloy Fields of Leslio County is visiting Grayhawk for two weeks. John Campbell of Now Mexico says they have tho finest crop thero he over saw. Somo wheat makes 50 bushels to tho acre. Blake u I Blake, Aug. 2. Crops are looking 1. t lag ol the Iree, lair - est to seel iiorne thro' the strife and the thunder ol war; his community Saturday afternoon fine in these parts. Miss Maggie Flag of the brave, long may it wave, Chosen ol God while His might we adore, In it being the school election. Mr. G. Margraves who has been sick at Todd against Mr. T. J. Kinnard home for the past month has re for trustee. It was a close race and turned to Berea tho llrst of August. ho women seemed to take great in Miss Nella Peters, who has been erest in it. AH that were able to sick for about a week is better at walk went early and the others were this writing. Miss Lucy Berch en hauled in later. Mr. Kinnard won i i i lertaineu quae a number or young iy six votes. Ban ner so bright with starry light, Float ev er proudly from mountain to shore; folks at her home last Tuesday 's van for manhood ol man, Symbol of Right thro' the years passing o'er; night. All report a nice time. Speedwell Sunday School at Walnut Grove is r?- ' -W Speedwell, Aug. 3. Mr. and Mrs. progressing nicely. Mrs. Mary Pe Culleii Crews of Lexington spent ters had a wool picking last Tues thro'tke iky loud ringt thi try. Union and cut rr Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. day, with a good crowd got a good md Mrs. Win. Todd. ly.s. .. i days work done. Tho voune folks k. Mrs. Sarah Golden who has lieen around hero are planning to attend ery sick for some time is better, the Sunday School Rally at Maple There will be a Sunday School Grove next Sunday. Emblem of freedom .hope to the slave, Spread thy fair folds but to shield and to save, Forrester Convention the 2Mh, of this month each clond that would darken a star, Pride lot our country, honored Tirey went to Booncville on busi il the Christian Every Cliuroh. ness yesterday. Log hauling is all body invited, the go on White Oak now. Quito Mrs. Lena While and her step number of young folks from a- mother, Mrs. Stivers of Lexington aro round here attended church at miting Mr. and Mrs. Milton Yates. Anglin last Sunday. Mrs. Mollie Mr. Win. Todd and Mr. R. B. PERRY COUNTY Hammon and her daughter, Tressie Parrot, Jackson County, have been Golden brought in some rattle from Stacy May, who have spent two weeks visiting relatives here. Born to tho Stacy, July 31. People and crops tho mountains last week. visiting friends and relations here wife of Jako Ponder, a boy. Cash Several of this vicinity attended Begley who was hurt some time are much in need of rain. John have returned to their home in Cin cinnati, last Monday. Mr. Jack Kidd ago by accident on the Rail Road is Campbell is not expected lo live tho Berea Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Murray spent long. Mrs. Campbell while picking and wife and daughter Nella from here, doing fine. riday with her parents, Mr. nnd blackberries was stum: in thn thumb. Berea and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mays Gauley sutiuosed bv n snider. Blood noison!'rs- - Wm. Todd. of Buck Creek visited Mr. W. M. Misses Bertha and Oney Toddvis-th- o Mays last Saturday night. Success Gauley, Aug. 1. Good rains and set in and tho arm was taken off at M'89 Yates Sunday after- shoulder. Miss Malvery Combs to Tho Citizen and its many readers. crops looking better. Mrs. Griffey began her school last week. Four noon. and son were badly hurt the 25lh, Second Sunday is tho regular ROCKCASTLE COUNTY inst. by a passing train. The moth- funerals will bo held at Noblo Grave preaching day at tho Baptist yard Sunday. Georgio Gayhcart fell er had her arm and colar bono brokBoone Church. the other day and broke her arm. Boone, Aug. 3. Tho 'weather is en. The boy's head was badly cut. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Golden aro Mrs. T. F. Bullock is somo better Benjamin Sizcmoro is nuito sick flno and crops are looking "prosper rejoicing over a lino hoy. with heart trouble. ous. Mr. Johnathan McKnight of at this writhts, Mr. S. Howard's lit aurel County was visiting Mr. N. tle hoy has typhoid fever. Mrs. MADISON COUNTY i. Payno Sunday. Mr. A. B. Blair Mary Ponder has sold her farm to Not In Same Sea. UarU and Mr. B. II. Blair are doing some Mr. Frank York of Bell County for Winston Churchill, whoso political Harts, Aug. 3. Mr. and Mrs. T. $300. Mr. Marion Durham is on tho business in Harlan now. Mr. H. P. future In the subject ot a good deal ot .ambert sold somo calves and liocs sick list this week. A son was born J. Lako havo been visiting Mrs. discussion, was an ardent Conservato Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wagner. Grand- Lake's mother, Mrs. Peter Barclay, last week. Bill Coylo returned from tive at a very early age. Red House, Ky. Indiana last week and renorts dull mother Gabbard is not expected to of Once, when a very small boy, he Mr. A. B. Kversolo visited tho Dieppe, where somo of his schooltimes. Mr. Sims of Snider, who has live long. Mrs. Mandy Howard fellows were staying with their parbeen sick so long is extremely low picked and sold 150 gallons of ber- homo of J. W. Lake, Wednesday. Mrs. J. L. Jones has been sick but ents. He used to bathe with thorn at tho present. Mr. W. M. Rico is ries tliis season. is better at present. every morning, but ono day bo did not hurrying to complete his larco Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hammond of appear. CLAY COUNTY dwelling. Mr. J. C. Blair is now "Whore has Winston got tot" aaked Disputanta attended tho fair at Belerking in J. H. Lambert's Store. Vine tho father of bis young trlonds. "Has rea Thursday. Hobos aro grieving many women by Vine, July 25. Most of tho farmbe left?" Mr. piuiui uegging and taking many ers are very busy thrashing wheat been Tom Lako of Lexington has "No," replied ono of tho boys, "but visiting his brother, J. W. he says ho useful tilings. has heard that you aro a which is very good. Miss Dora Lako of this place. Radical, and he says bo's not going to batho with you any more." Pearson's Disputanta Lib-er-t- y D.S.-Wh- ilt Lib-tfl- The farmer 1 ik. CINCINNATI Corn No. 1 MARKETS 81482c. No. 5 No. 1 timothy 121.G0, standard tlmothi 0.50, No. 2 I19.G0. No. 3 117.50. No. J clover mixed $18.50. No. 2 clovei J 15.60. New bay Ih quoted as follows: No. 1 timothy S19.2G. standard 118.25 No. 2 timothy $17.25. No. 3 tlmothj $16, No. 1 clover mixed $17.60. No. ! clover mixed $15.60. No. 1 clovol $16.60, No. 2 clover $M.50. No. 4 yellow 81U82c mixed 83c, No. 2 mixed 82V4G 83c, No. 3 mixed 82C83C. No. 4 mlxe 81V4S2c, while ear SOCfSlC, mlxH ear 79W81c. yellow 8t0S3c. Hay Old hay la quoted as follows: low No. whlte81fj8!Wc. No.3 wblto 81i81c No. t white fcOGSlc. No. 1 yellow 83c. No. 2 yellow 82483c, No. 3 yel white 8Z8Ztfc. 1 vis-Ro- d ordinary firsts 14c, icconds 12c. Cattlo Shippers $7.3508.60, extn $8,7C9; butcher steers, extra $8(j commoi to fair $4.7506.75; hulfcrs, extra $8 good to cholco $7.2507.90, common tc fulr $4.5007.16; cows, extra $6,250 C.60,' good to cholco $5.6006, commoi to fair $305.60, cannora $304. Hulls Dologna $6.50 0 6.25, fat bulh $6.2506.75. Calves Extra $9.50, fair to goo $6.6009.26, common and largo $4.51 Hogs Selected heavy $8.76 8.90, good to cholco packors and butchen $8.9609. mlxod packers $8.85 0 8.95, stags $607, oxtra $7.16 07.25, commoi to cholco heavy fat sows $608.10, ox tra $8.1508.25, light shippers $8.6503 pigs, 110 lbs and less, $708.50. Sheep Extra $4.66, good to cholci $4.2604.60, common to fair $2.6004 heavy suoep $3.60 0 4. Spring Lambs Extra $8.3508.40 good to choice $7.6008.30, common U fair $5.2607.60. 8.25, good to choice $707.90, Oats Old oats aro quoted as fol lows: No. 2 white 39c, standard whltt 38c. No. 3 whltii 38c. No. 4 white 37c No. 2 mixed :IC'4i3Sc. No. 3 mlxn 3CQi37lic. Now oats are quoted ni follows: No. 2 white 37'ic. standari 37c, No. 3 whlto 37c, No. t white 36V4o Wheat No. 2 red 89ff91c. No. red 87089c, No. i red 8387c. Poultry Hens HVJc. do light Httc; roosters 10c; springers, 1 to 1V4 lb, 11 ffl8c; ovor 1 lb, 20c; young sprlni ducks, 3 Iba and over, 14c; ducka white 12c; turkeys, toms 15Vic; hoi turkeys, 9 Iba and ovor, 15'c. Kggs Prime firsts 19c, firsts 17c 1 Weekly. SAVE YOUR WATER Stock or Washing and Cooking. We make you any size Tank or Trough to order while you wait. For Live Guttering and Roofing a Specialty HENRY LENGFELLNER Phone 7 or 187 Timhop on Jaclwon Street, Berea, Ky. Tho tolepbono cable which ia to connect Aldeburgh, England, with Wal- choren, Netherlands, la to bo 79 nautical miles In length, making It the longest submarlno tolepbone cable In the world. It will furnish tolepbone communication between London and Berlin. The. cablo Is to be ot tbo four-cor- e Pupln loaded type. Longest Telephone Cabl. 09. 0 au Argentina's Great White Way. A large shipment of electrlo signs just left New York for the public Edison Monthly,