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The Citizen BF.lt EA, MADISON COUNTY, KKNTL'CKV, AUGUST 20, 1011. Knowledge It wajr to kac ap with mUtn knowWage it raid a toad newiyapar. fawtr aa4 tat Five Cents a copy. Ose Dollar a Tear. No.i. Talk That Is Deadly s of all the people of. the world Probnbly deeply regret the present war in Europe, and believe that it ought never to have begun. crazy, and did Somebody got excited and then one thing led to another, until crazy things all Europe is sullering and every town and hamlet will have its losses by death in the army. In large degree this excitement was produced by the newspapers and by the reckless talkers on the street and in social groups. False rumors were started, suspicions were aroused, "dares" were given out, bragging boasts were flaunted, and so the excitement grew to violence and a great war is kindled. The same thing is happening almost every day in smaller ways, throughout the world. Deadly talk separates friends and creates suspicion, jealousy, anger and fear. If it does not lead to open war, it leads to hatreds and underhanded fightings that are about as bad. Every wise and considerate person makes it a principle to control his speech. If something exciting is in one's mind, he should think hyice and thrice before he speaks it out. Let him ask himself first of all, "Is that true?" don't spread mere suspicions and in the second place let him ask himself, "Will any good come of tellfour-fifthover-excited, UNITED STATES NEWS THE FLAMES OF WAR Panama Canal Opened 15th of August there was a little ceremony at. Panama that would have been in tho limelight of the world, except that tho Herman Hint particular Kuiperor spot for nermatiy, On that date tho Panama Canal was opened for public trnfllc, thus throwing open for commercial purposes the greatest engineering feat of centuries, if not of human history. This was ivndcrcd possible by utilising the brain force of the U.S. army for the welfaro instead of for the slaughter of mankind. It was n proud day for Colonel Coelbals when he saw the vessels pass successfully from ocean to ocean. Ily this achievement tho paths of commerce are shortened, and the world is made neighbors The construction of this canal was begun by the United Stales on May Ith, UHli, after other countries had failed in Hi'1 execution of the various plans that have been considered for four hundred years. It was not easy to find a man to head an undertaking so vast and requiring in the supreme degree of ability to manage, men, in addition to the highest technical skill and engineering resourcefulness. After two or three managers of great transportation companies bad (tied the work and gave it t up, the put Colonel (ioethals at the bend of the enterprise. Under his leadership tho work has been brought to a successful completion. The distance from New York to San Francisco by water, around Cape Horn is 13,100 miles, by way of the Panama Canal, G,:t00. The distance to Hawaii is shortened 5,800 miles, and it is shortened the same distance to Manilla. The distance to the Pacific ports of South America is reduced about 5,000 miles. Tho distance! to Asiatic ports is reduced about (,000 miles. (Continued on Page 5.) On GERMANS PLAN TO DIVIDE ARMY A A GERMAN MENACING THE ORIENT Gumany's Enemies Converging On Her the Movement to Gut Belgian In Two. ABOUT NAMUR pre-empt- Treaty Port, Forces THE CAMPAIGN CRUISER IS DESTROYED Reported Sunk By a British Ship. 4 NAVAL Just to utter a thing, even if the thing be true, for the sake of making an excitement, is a careless and wicked deed. ing it?" Sincerity The worst name by which a man can be called is that of "Liar." And yet, many of the people who are most excited over the name "Liar" are themselves promise breakers and truth perverters, and actually guilty of things worse than plain lying. The promise breaker says, "I found it was not to my advantage to keep my promise, and so I broke it." But what is a promise for except to enable one man to depend upon another? The Psalmist says, "Blessed is the man who makes a promise to his own hurt and stands by it." And we all have a creepy feeling, like that in the presence of a serpent, when we deal with a man or woman who does' not come out and tell what they want or what they intend, but surround themselves with a hundred false pretences saying one thing and meaning another. It must be that such people suppose they gain by their snaky ways. Surely they are mistaken. Everybody loves and admires sincerity. Peking, China, An. 18. Germany, In the hope of avoiding the capture by the Jnpnnese nnd their allies and the. occupation of Tslng Tao, tho port of Ktflochnit, Ik trying to hand It over to China on certnln conditions. The republic Is apparently unwilling to become Involved In the matter and has not replied to n German nolo on the subject. In the event of Germany's not complying with tho Jnpnnese ultimatum, a copy of which hns been hnnded to tho ChlnrFo government, war operations will be carried nn conjointly by the naval and military forces of Japan, Britain and Frnnce. The troops of these nations are leaving In the direction of Wcihalwel, the llrltlsh possession to tho north of the German port. The Japanese third squadron already Is In Chinese wntors, while tho first and second squndons hnvo sailed under sealed orders. Japan Insists that It has no Intention of acquiring but In moving In the Interest of peuce In the far east Austrian Naval Disaster. By Repeating the Tactics Used at Liege the Kaiser's Force Are Pressing Around to the North With a View to Getting a Sufficient Force Assembled to Degln Attack on Strongly Fortified City. ENGAGEMENT nnissels, Aug. 18. The Oermnns its reached the main road from Nnmur to Ilrussels nn Monday morning and Rumor Lays the Scene Off the are repeating tho tactics used at Llego nf pressing around to the north. Canary Islands. Uhlans are being employed In this buv Iness, but thus far there has not been much fighting. The Germans are also pressing around to the south, hut tho great cut of the Meuse and Its high THE SITUATION IN BELGIUM clllTs are likely to hold them, especially to prevent much cavalry work. Namur. luelf Is evidently well pre- Germans Reported to Be Press-- . pared to fight n tremendous battle, and for the Germans to surround It while ing On to the Capital. making a frontal attack would take enormous numbers. The Germans have, however, it Is bollcved. drawn London, Aug. 18. There Is an off a little from their northern attack rumor that a German cruior at least have concentrated more ser has been sunk in a fight with a men between Namur and fxiuvnlu (the headquarters of the llelgian field Ilrltlah easel on the Canary Islands. army.) Ily pressing on to Wavre they Berne, Aug. 18. German soldiers have shown their hands and evidently plan to attempt to cut the Belgian have burned the town of Hurzweller army In two. It Is obvious that the and blew up the factories because, as big battle which everyone Is expectine alleged, the Inhabitants had fired on will not como from the German side. a German patrol and killed eight o It will not come until they are attack- them. ed In force. Small attacks may, however, be expected at any moment, like St. Petersburg. Aug. 18. The czar those at Haelen, Kghezee and Houx. has decided to Join bis army In the It Is predicted the next of these will field, and will remain with his troops be near Gembloux against the French throughout tho campaign. This Is near Namur Itself. gou-rnmeu- IN OUR OWN STATE French warships have sunk four Austrian men of war, among them the battleship Zrlnyl, of H.r.oo tons. French and llrltlsh warships have cleared tho Adriatic of the enomy's sea flghtura and merchant ships from to Tola, the Austrian naval base. The remaining vessels of the Austrian fleet are bottled up. n Montenegrin troops crossed the frontier and occupied the town of Tchalnltza, after a fierce battle. Montenegrin troops have nl.o captured eight Austrian blockhouses In Herzegovina, between Ullk and Treblnjef, occupied seven villages near Treblnje and captured twelve Austrian officers. The French advance Into northern Alsaco continues. French troops captured 1,000 prisoners, heavy artillery and twelvo field guns In the valley of France's forward the Fchlrmeck movement Is In the direction of Saar-burwith Strassburg 83 Its main obo flos-nla- POLAND HEARS TWO BIDS Austria and Russia Both Seeking Her Support. London, Aug. 18. The Russian manifesto to the Poles, promising them autonomy, is apparently a reply to one Issued by the Austrian commander when he entered Russian Poland German newspapers of Aug. 12. received here, contnln the latter proclamation which says, among other things. "We are bringing the Poles emancipation from tho Muscovite yoke. Gre our banners with confidence. The are bringing you Justice." Tho Frankfurter Zeltung quotes a manifesto addressed to tho Jews hv the czar, appealing to thei to remem ber tho grpat benefits which Itussla especially tho Rnmnnorf sovereigns, had conferred on them and calling on them to volunteer In the military serv Ice, promising them an extension of the Jewish pale of settlement. Side Lights on the War I'rof. Ilohcrlson Soon after the outbreak of the wnr. President Wilson issued a declaration of neutrality. This is a statement that otir country will knep out of tlio war and not give aid of any kind to the nations that are fighting. The question arises: "Can American ships sail the Ocean during the war without being seized!" II is the usage of nations that ships of neutrals may go upon the seas They may even without capture. carry the goods of one of the nations at war and still he safe, as the neutral character of the ship covers tho goods. There is one class of articles, how-ove- r, which they may not carry ami these are called contraband, which menus against the decree or rule. Neutral ships may be seized by the nations at war if such goods are found on board billed to a port of a nation at war. There are some articles which CONTENTS THIS WEEK are always contraband, such us guns of every kind and ammunition; other things arc never contraband, such as furniture, ami ordinary wearing apparel; other things are contraband or, not according to circumstance. Itulfngs are made by the nations in each war stating what they will regard as contraband in this list of doubtful articles. Saltpetre and sulphur arc used in tho making of powder and they are also used for innocent purposes; they may lie contraband or not. Hood products are not generally considered contraband but in some wars they have been so regarded. Sometimes there is a disagreement in regard to the list of contraband articles which makes much trouble. Again, neutral ships must not try to enter ports of tho countries at war that have been blockaded by tho enemy. A blockade is a declaration (Continued on pairr ThrtT) Talk That is Deadly. Side Lights on tho War. The Health Matter. U. S. News. In Our Own Stale. War News. Look out for a social issue next week. Tho Normal Department of llerea College will be the chief interest. j . Forest Reservation in Eastern Ky. According to Stale Forester, J. K. Hartou. as a result of the investigation made by the government ForesL Service there will probably be a Federal Forest Reserve established, which will include the Pine Mountain country. This Reserve will also include parts of Harlan, Perry, Clay anil counties adjacent. This reserve will also be made a game preserve. Young Bryant Honored A monument was erected in the cemetery at Howling (ireen to commemorate Lester Hrjaut the champion boy corn grower of Kentucky, who lost his life at Washington last winter. The money was raised for this monument by selling the corn he had grown at $1.00 an ear. War and Kentucky Tobacco Kentucky tobacco men are feeling the elTerls of the F.uropenn war. All foreign buyers have suspended operations in the tobacco districts, and are not making any purchases with the exception of the Italian buyers. Hy a wreck of a freight train at Uma, eighteen cars were derailed. Hernard Kenton of Cynlbiana was badly injured. Shoots the Post Master Pal Perkins a rural route carrier at Cobb declares that ho was waylaid and shot a few days ago. Post Master Sizemore and the carrier have lieon (Continued on Pago 5.) jective. K Is reported that an uprising has been started In German Poland as a result of the czar's proclamation for Eight hunan autonomous Poland. dred thousand Ilusslan troops are reported to be on the Herman frontier waiting for the completion of the Russian mobilization before beginning an advanro Into east Prussia. The fighting between small detachments on the Russian-Austrian The Austrlans aro making a strong attack on the Servian frontier and Belgrade Is reported to be In ruins. frontier continues. ADMIRAL VON K0ESTER High Officer In the German Navy Reported "Bottled Up." ENGLAND APPROVES JAPAN'S ULTIMATUM Full Accord Between London and Tokio. London, Aug. 18. Naturally the rtritlsh government Is anxious that Japan's move In sending an ultimatum to Germany should not bo misunderstood either In Great Ilritaln Itself, or It Is therefore careful to In America. point out that tho Japanese ultimatum to Germany was only delivered after full consultation between Toklo and London and with the approval and of the government offlclals. This means that both the ultimatum and Us consequences are In accord' ancc with and limited by the terms of This alllnnce. the document expressly sets forth as one of its objects tho maintenance of the Independence and territorial Integrity of China. On tho best authority It Is said that the Japanese government has repeated to Sir Edward Grey, the llrltTERSE TELEGRAMS lsh foreign secretary, the assurance contained In tho ultimatum to It Is reported that Russians have namely, that Klaochau. when entered Gallclu. surrendered by or taken from the Germans, will bo restored to China. A German dreadnought, disabled In Furthermore, In Its communications battle, is reported ut Troudhjuiu, Norway. , with Downing street, tho Japanese Tho New York Republican state government has given an assurance convention Is In session today at Sara- that alio does not Intend to operato In the waters of tho Pacific except so far toga. may bo compelled to do so for It Is rerorted that them are symp- as shn shipping, and toms of a general Insurrection In the protection of her meditates no hostile movo against any Prussian Poland. of Germany's far eastern possessions Opinions In Washington differ as to apart from Klaochau. the responsibility for tho price In In other words, tho Japanese gov. creased on food products. eminent lias pledged Itself to Its ally Thn British army council has decid- not to proceed against Samoa and ed not to allow any wnr correspond- other Gorman Insular possessions. ents to accompany the expeditionary When this Is thoroughly understood hi forco. America, It ta hoiwd that Auierlcun uh The senate has taken up the Clayton prehensions, If any Imvu been aroused, bill to supplement the Sherman taw, may be allayed and that the Japanese tho second of the admluUtratlon ant action will bo taken for what It Is a signal contribution to the future trantrust bills. quility of the far east Anglo-Jupanes- o Ger-mnn- London. Aug. 18. A German army la reported to be heading straight for Brussels by way of Huy and Jodolgne. The French and Russian ministers at Brussels have turned over the archives of their legations to the Spanish minister and have left for Antwerp with the oUlcera of the Delglan government, which virtually Is moving Its capital to the senport. The French, army Invading Alsace Is officially reported to have advanced until Its line extends from Tuann through Cornay to Donne-mariFurther to the south the French have taken Vllle. The first flag raptured In the war has been placed over the entrance of the war office In Paris. It Is reported that the standard of the Death's Mend Hussars, the crown prince's regiment, also baa been captured. The Kaiser Takes the Field. Hemmed In by the allied forces of France, England and Belgium to tho west and by 800,000 Russians, who havo Invaded eastern Germany, Emperor William Is at Mainz, directing hjs army In an effort to deal a crushing blow against the French. Russia's speedy mobilization and Japan's wr threat Impel Germany to put forth her utmost strength to win a decisive bat-tlat once. Despite reverses. German troops In Belgium have mado Important advances and are now only fifteen miles from the French border. In the battle at DInant they Inflicted terrific losses on the French. Russia Is ready to force her niactc sea fleet through the Dardanelles In spite of Turkey. Turkey Is mobilizing to war strength. Greece has sent an e. o ultimatum threatening reprisals If Turkey continues preparations. China Turns on Germany. China has rejected Japan's Intervention In Kl ochau and Is massing her troops to wrest that territory from Germany. More than 3,000,000 THE HEALTH MASTER Chaptcit from the book bo entitled by Samuel Hopkins Adams, published by permission of Houghton Mifllln Company. Terse Telegrams. PAGE 2. Mrs. Frost's bitter. Itloody Battle with Handits in Mountains of W. Va. Dulled the President. Sermon "The Master's Dwelling Place." Sunday School Lesson. PAGE 3. Mountain Agriculture. Home Tosvn Helps. Money Wasted on llural Heads. PAGE 4. City Locals. Union Church News. Why tho College lload is Closed. Mr. Montgomery's Successor. PAGE 5. lterea Fair Poultry Show distinct spot of red appeared on will bo friends. Only train mo a each of the elder man's smooth little gently at tho outset. You'll cheeks. "Aro you trying to provoke come with me." mo to n quarrel ?" ho asked brus"Yes," said Dr. Strong, and the two A marshalled against the kaiser's army. Of these 800,000 are Russians, 400,000 are in tho farces of tho allies In and 1,800.000 French troops on border. The comthe Franco-Germabined armies of Germany are operating agalasi llolglum and Franco are The estimated at 2,r00,000 men. progress of the German troops through Belgium Is evidence that the victories of the allies have not retarded tho Pel-glu- soldiers aro Premiums. Card of Thanks. Tho Prevention of Hydrophobia. PAGE C. The Laud of Ilrokeu Promises. Wet Woalhor--- A Detective Story. PAGE 7.' In tho Homo. Death from Hydrophobia. Citizen Prizes. PAGE 8. Eastern Ky. News. t quely. Then his expression mollifi- men shook hands. ed. "Or aro you testing mo?" During the drive Mr. Clyde exgiving you my best pounded the virtues and character"Neither. I'm and most honest advice. If you ex- istics of his native city to his new pect hid to do as your substitute acquaintance, who was an oxeelleiil physician did, to guard your house- listener. Long afterwards ho found hold in violation of the law which Dr. Strong acting on remembered tries to protect tho whole public 'and shrewdly analyzed information equally, you've got tho wrong, man, given in that first long talk. When and your boasted judgment has genu upnniiicni in one or. mo wings. "These two rooms aro yours," ho nskew," was the steady reply. ed (ho growing Clyde family opporMr. Clyde turned and left tho tunity to grow, the head of tho room. When he returned his hand household look his guest to an was outstretched. tlnsy reached tho big, rambling, "I've taken three swallows of cold house which allord-saf- d. air, and sent for n cab," ho said. "1 hope you'll ho liko "Shako hands. I think you and I on pige Three) many-window- ed ml Germans. Russia defies Turkey to bar tho passage of the sixty-eigh- t warships In the ft through the czar's Jllack sea to with the Dardanelles to French and English s'pindrons In destroying G innun nnd Austrian commerce. More than 100 German and Austrian vessels havo been captured by the Russians In tho Black sea. Greece has learned that Turkish troops are crossing 'llulgarla toward Greece, and has notified Turkey that It this report Is correct corresponding measures will be tuken hv Greece. Fatally Injured by Gasoline Explosion. Goshen, Ind., Aug. IS, August Parr, a farmer, is dying from Injuries he received when u can of gasoline from which he was ftlllug his automobile tank exploded. Parr neglected to turn off his headlights, which caused th explosion. ll-ra Page Two. THE CITIZEN August 20, 1014. Amlc, tho company doctor, tlio com- was bareheaded, his hat having been and tho compiiny shot from his head, a bleeding pany look-kccpthumb which was shot whilo taking electrician, left tho Glen Alum A fsmlly nawspapsr for ill that It right, Camp on a motor car for Glen aim when bo fired tho second shot; true and Intifstlng. Alum Slatlon, which' Is about four and two largo holes through his at Here, Ky. rublUhrd every Tlnir-d-- y miles awny, for tho purposo of pet- coal. Thus all conceded Slcvo tho When Slcvo ting tho money duo on Train No. 15 "hero" of tho bailie. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. to pay off tho hands. On their way camo out Iks repeatedly said: Klllo (Incorporated) back they wero shot to death In a ono lime; Klllo two time, givco Klllo wm. g. rnosT, Editoe-iiainarrow passaeo between tho hills Ihreo time." Tho men had to hold - EJHee II. WERTENBERCER. M. and found within about thirty min- Stcvo to prevent him going back M.n-t- e F. O. BOWMAN, utes by thrco persons who wero fol- where ho said ho could gee them. Subscription Rates lowing on with tho general mail and Tho bnltlo raged till night mil, rAYAM.lt IN ADVANCH other cffecls drawn on n mule firl moro than a thousand shot being One Yer (0 Monlhi. When found, Dr. Amlck was lying Iflrcd, resulting in killing three of . SJ Three Month on the track pierced by seven shots, lho bandits and killing three of lho Send money hy Pout office or Hiptew Money part of which were from shot guns, posso and wounding one. However, Order. Draft, Kegltercd Letter, or one and two and tho other two men wero lying plan and aim as they may, I hey rent tump. They The ilte fter your name on label liows to dead just off tho track, gripping each could not silcncQ tho gang. It l not U wht dme your three week piil If renewal other's hands as If they wero shot as wcro completely fortified on all afler chanrrd within notify it. they leaped from Iho car. Each hav- sides, and it was dangerous to rustle Mlmlnx numbers will be gladly supplied If we ing two fearful holes torn through a twig or move a weed lest a deadly are notified. Liberal term- - given to any who obtain new him. All threo men wero of tho finmisslo reached the mark. ti four for in. Any one tending; ean teceite The Citifen free est type of genllcmcn. And tho ap yearl ! They were completely surrounded, ear Mr him;!! lor one palling sight seemingly set tho fire a guard being placed ovcry six to -r of Indignation and revengo burning ten yards for lho whole circle -OF MKMftKR within every breast. And it was not around them. long until hundreds of pcoplo wero Tho officers then tried to blow ready for (lie search, and ready to them up by throwing dynamite over dlo if needs be, in order that such an awful crime should bo punished. into their fortress but tho firing was kept up till dark. Quick work had to bo done. News Without food or drink they were was flashed lo all points which was guarded till daybreak when ono of (bought necessary and soon bloodl'RHSS ASSOCIATION. KHNTUCKY hounds and detectives from Wil- the robbers, crew like a rooster and No Whiskey Advertisements! liamson and niucflcld were on tho opened flro again. This was more than the determination of bravo men No Immodest News Itemsl ground and tho chase began. could bear so thcro was an ordor of The bandits had secured $7500 and charge given, and they closed In and MRS. FROST'S LETTER taken lo Iho mountains. Their trail shot lo doath the two yet alive. All was easily followed till dark. Owing were Italians of lho most haggird Allamonl, N. C August 13, i'JU. lo tho extreme roughness of tho ter- and villainous type. ritory through which they had gone, To The Citizen: pursuit was discontinued till early They had divided lho money and Since Iho last letter we have pass- - j Saturday morning. Regardless there each had his share in his pocket ,1.- - lit... Iln.mlnln ntirl Omn .1 .J wrapped up snugly in a bandana . ... (., ,i., I'll UUT UIU 1'IHU niuuill.i.u i, ,. tho trail was easily found and fol- - handkerchief. Thus ended tho battle of War a i ui j oi inu ijuiiusuiiiu i mt. t lowed Tlio posso of nearly ono nig aiono uan we iuiiuwuu iuu hundred pressed forward with great Eagle in which speedy justico was "wilderness trail" which Daniel determination and speed, and soon nielod out lo flvo unidentified Italian bandits at the expense of six herjic Boone passed over. tho robbers were encountered in tho Wc stopped a Sunday at Joncs-bor- o thicket. They fired several volleys lives already and tho probability is tho oldest town in Tennessee. at tho advancing posso wounding that the two who aro wounded will also die, making eight in all besides Hero Andrew Jackson practiced ono man breaking his thigh. Tho 11. l ..uilie law. IT. L.....U lu ,u , .a,U n l.nn - shols wcro relurned wilh 8uch v, or tho robbers. While I feel proud of the citizenback leading another horse nnd fol- - lhal ,,10 bandUs ,n flcd makj ship of West Virginia in fighting lo lowed by a pack of hounds. thc,p t lho hcffld of a ray,nc Another man camo leading a horse ,n Ul(J mounlains about foiir mile3 a finish this terrible crime, I must not fail to speak of Stcvo tho Hunwhich was loaded down with books. from Wapn c,. ncar Wap garian "hero," a youth of twenty. I This man founded Washington Col- - Thcro lh glaR(J mad(J U)cir , , ,, shall attempt to gel him a hero medlege, the oldest College west of -- ,,, hv nnlrh UU.UU DlillUS, JUiauiI W1U1UHU1T erbrush in the center of which was al. preached in Jonesboro, A Commandment n Innrrt sf.irwlini- - nnl Iron nnil enmn A teacher In a big elementary scnool In crossing from Tennessee to ,..i,!i, cnr,..,i f.iin , had given lessons to an Infants' class North Carolina, wc climbed tno , m,n i;, i en tho u ...... nouma.n ovur iuu ; waitcd until tho leaders of the posso to test ten commandments. In order their memories sho asked: lONved by John Sevier when ho wcBt voro wUhin about th,rt fcel of "Can any llttlo child give mo a comto the battle of King s Mountain. tnem wnen lh opcncd flrJ with Wo were in one home which has lwoDctcclivo BurwelI and Squiro mandment was only four words In It? A hand raised Immediately. been occupied by tho same family, Bclcher. A, tho olncr pur8Uer3 "Well?" said tho teacher. for six generations. An aged man thP0Ugh wise precaulfon fell back "Keep off the grass," wu the reply. told how his grandfather went from I gavo g,eve U0 Newark Star. Hungarian. Uo that farm lo lho battle of Kings stood ,n Ul0 opcn lra UI, he cmp. Rare Specimens. Mountain. By tho way, tlio young tied ,lis wincllcslcr savc ono carl. "Did you see where a woman In man and woman now living on this ridgc which ..hung ,,ad slevo has a dog In tho bouso that talks farm are college graduates, and irkilled tw0 Thcn ,I0 look tho dcad anyone doubts that a collego cduca- - deleclivo-- s pisloIs and ghot lhom out sometimes?" "Well, thero aro plenty In moro tion is a good thing for a farmer, Iio. ,akin(: res, hv Ul0 sidn of trc towns than Chicago who have a man should visit this home, with what effect no ono knew for In the houso that growls all the time." Wo sometimes fall in wilh very Slevo was alone. Then Steve loosed interesting fellow travellers. While tho bloodhound from his master's Long Ones. "Have a stormy trip over?" climbing over a Tennessee Mountain, beU lo which lhe d nad bcen ,Jcd "Yep. Didn't eat a single break.1 J . a man ioiu .us oi uii oiu i.iuu Yt ,and covcr a3 ho nad 8not oul, died there four years ago who had When Slevo camo lo others of tho fast. Nothing but coffee and rolls." "Did the steward furnish tho rolls ? killed one hundred bears in his life- concealed posso begging for guns, ho "No. the ship." time. Some two years before his death, he had a severe illness and ho prayed that the Lord would raise Everything Man Needs him up lo kill lho ono bear which Beautiful and Colored would complete the hundred. $1 Complete Shaving Outfit $1 This man told us that in his voting district there wero something 10 Articles 10 over four hundred voters and but Many arc rich, rare, pictures of two were democrats. To advertise our Universal Shavlne beautiful models and actresses All along the way, wc have found Outfit and Universal Products we will g Also a time only, send this well Berca friends. Yesterday wo came for a limited Shaving Outfit for $1.00. worth $3.00 FOUNTAIN PEN to the railroad at a small place, We sell our products to the consumer out and went to the hotel where we direct and. therefore you save all agents' All for only 50 cents supposed wo knew nobody, but wo profits which as you know are very large. I Hollow ij round Kazor. The greatest bargain in beautiful cards found our hoslcss to bo a niece of and rare art pictures ever offered. Many 5 inch Lather Ilrush. Mrs. Flancry who has visilcd BeRazor Strop, Canvas Hack. are hard to obtain and have sold singly for the price we ask for all. These will Nickle Kasel Hack Mirror running a hotel that rca. Sho is go quickly to all lovers of the beautiful In Harber Towell. appeared as well kept as Boono nature who appreciate RARE ART PICliar bhavlng soap, Tavern. liox Talcum Powder. TURES of well developed models. g Now we have reached our final Decorated China Muir. A reliable fountain pen free Aluminum Iiarber Comb, with each order. These alone have sold goal. At an altitudo of 3.A00 feet for one dollar in stores. Ilristle Hair Ilrush. wo find delightful coolness. Kach outfit packed In neat box $1.00 The 100 beautiful cards and pen all for Wo find Burnio Franklin and Coin orMoney Order, postage 10c extra, but SOc and 10c in stamps for postage. Maud Bowman teaching tho graded school here, and all about us arc UNIVERSAL PRODUCTS CO. ART PORTRAYAL CO. tho pleasant farm homes of Berua Dayton, Ohio DAYTON, OHIO students. Our horses aro in perfect condi tion, and wo feel that if timo per mitled wo would prefer to travel lho next 445 miles by horseback rather ' than steam. Cordially, Eleanor Frost The Citizen cr Coal-Mlnl- ng : I Defied the The Master's President ! Dwelling Place I :1 MffiNATlONAL SMOKE Lesson (Tty 13. O, BKLLKIIH, : Gran t Awi-U- nt 1 Would Not Permit John son te Put Defeated Con- federates to Death : Br REV. CEORCE E. CUILLE hUt Tmhrf, Fj- W- Ovwtmaat KUxJr B.U Imnh. QitM Director of nvnlna Drtmrtmrnt, Tha Moody Illblo Institute, r- -- 11 J ,,. nil tho stories told of Olrsscs Grant ono of tho most Is that related by Justice Wendell l Stafford of lho mipremo court of tlio District of Columbia. nlil that shortly Justice Stafford after Lincoln's nssnxslnntlon Johnson told Orniit ho Intended to cxecuto nil Confederate olllccrs nnd oftlclnls nnd that Grant turned him from thl course by threatening to seize Wnsli' Ington with hU victorious nnny nnd proclaim mnrtml law. "Not loug nftcr the dentil of Lincoln Johmou stiuiuioniHl Grant to tlio White Ikiuso." said the Justice. "When they wero nlonc he mild. 'I Intend to tlx It forever In the mind of the American people thnt swenslon Is n crime. Grant wus silent. 'I Intend to have nil Confederate olllcrrs nnd olllclnli put to it public dentil.' Grunt did lint When Johnson had lltiMietl speak. his hnrnngue. which continued for n quarter of an hour. Grunt rose In si lenco to tnkc his leave. 'What do you mean to do? said Johnson. Then the quiet man miide answer; 'I nm koIiik back to the camp. 1 shall I more my army upon WiiKliliiRton. shall proclaim martini lnv nnd take command. .My reason for ho dolus this: 1 received the surrender of General Lee. which ended the wnr. That surrender put In my hnniN the life nnd safety of every oilleer nnd olllclnl on tho Confederate side, and I hold myself In duty mid honor bound to see that they ure protected nccordlni; to the rules of wnr and common right. 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"Standard book of knowledge." l'hlldelphla Ledger, The New York World says : "Plain truths for those who need or ought to know them for the prevention of evils." Under plain wrapper for only Si.oo, Coin or Money Order postage ten cents extra. A Square Deal is Our Motto No Trade Made, No Money Paid Phone No. 150, J. W. HOSKINS, Mgr. MIAMI PUBLISHING CO. Dayton, Ohio Theso words I.uke 1J..I IL V. present a picture To catch the full significance- - of this of exquisite beauty, n plcturo of pnrablo which Is alono recorded by tho heavenly call- Matthew wo need to bo moro or leii ing of tho lord's familiar with tho Jewish prldo ot race) people, to whom nnd their feeling of superiority over It Is given to find all "heathen" or outsiders, and tho his his dwelling plnco tory of their treatment of God's repdwell resentatives, tho prophets. to and Following upon tho parable referred thcro with him. Tho two dis- to tn our last lesson tho Pharisees thnt Jesus spako of them and ciples of the Ilap-tls- t had honrd they sought to arrest him (ch. -- IMC). In this lesson tho flguro of tho king his Joyful "Heboid dom Is changed from n, vlnoyard to a tho Lnmb of feast. Relation to His People. God!" It was th I. The King's Invitation Rejected, outpouring ot n Tho change of flguro Just refull heart that had found Its alt In vv. Christ. Tho testimony of such n heart ferred to suggests not nJono an occasion or festal Joy (I.uko 14:16), but Is never fruitless; for "tho two disciples heard him speak and they followed also ChrUt's relation to his pcoplo, Jesus." And that Is tho effect ot all which Is that of a husband to his wlfo truo testimony for Christ; It moves (ho being tho son referred to, sco I John 3:29). Cor. 11:12; Kph. SSI-32- ; men to follow him! Thcso Jewish leaders and their nation The Master's Question. When Jesus saw them following ha wero first to bo Invited to tho marturned with a question, ono that was riage. This had been done by tho In Itself qulto natural but which has prophets of old and later by John tho o a deeper significance than appears on Hnptlicr. Under this flguro of a our Ixird speaks of threo differtho surface "What seek yor' Tho Import of tho question lies In tho tone ent Invitations. Tho first ono was reand manner of tho asking. On other ceived with indifference, but Indifferlips than his, It might mean annoy- ence never removes responsibility. Tho second Invitation was received ance, suspicion, chagrin. Hut wo know perfectly well how with hostility. Nothing moro fully such a question was asked by him roveals tho foolishness nnd hardness whoso wholo life was an Invitation to of tho human heart than tho way In roon to come to him, and In whose which men treat tho gracious Invitaevery message can bo seen tho out- tions of God's love. Wonderful Indeed Is tho forbearance stretched nrms of tho Savior; nnd, though It forma a question. It was In of God. Tho sin of rejecting the cross, reality a loving Invitation, that at God's offer of grace, Is Immeasurably once drew out the hearts of tho two greater than that Incurred by thoso following disciples. Jews who rejected tho "Man ot Gall-IceHut what does it mean to those who Question of Worthiness. aro not following him! What rebuke Is In It? And the Lord presses that II. The King's Invitation Accepted, question upon every man. "What seek vv, Thoso Invited had Judged yo?" What Is tho aim of your life? themselves "not worthy" Now go to What Is Its purposo? Have you put tho parting of tho ways whero peoplo first things first? Until Christ gets congrt-cntand "gather them In." Our his plnco before your heart nothing worthiness Is tn that we accept, and If elso can be right. Oh, happy heart! we reject wo are "not worthy." This If you can say "Master, whero dwell-es- t command to go outsldo was a prophecy thou? It Is thou alone whom I of tho tlmo when tho Gentiles should seek, and abovo all things clao 1 likewise, be "partakers ot graco." thee!" Thoso who finally accepted the "Master, where dwellest thou?" king's Invitation were both good and They had seen what Christ was to bad (v. 10), but tho act of acceptanco another heart and they longed to dis- was not an assurance ot position as cover him thus for themselves. And wo can seo from tho last part of tho thoso words sank Into a heart more parable. H Is sad to think ot the many than responsive, to such a desire. How servants of tho king who have negeager he Is for us to coma to him! lected his command thus to go forth "God Is faithful, by whom yo were nnd recruit tho banquet feast. Finalcalled Into tho fellowship of his Son, ly (v. 10) wo read that "tho wedding Ho longs was filled." Heaven will not be an Jesus Christ, our Lord." ever to have his own with himself, empty place, Iter. 7:9-H- . and we sew In the next placo III. The Unprepared Quest, w. It Is the only Kvery guest was scrutinized by tho "Come and see." answer. Thero aro some things that king. It was a strango sight to seo cannot bo told, nnd tho secrets about one who had neglected to avail himtho Master's dwelling place are among self of tho garment freely provided In If you which to appear on such an occasion. thoso unsprakablo things. would know them you must "come Tills robo Is symbolical of tho robo ot and see" for yourself. The only man righteousness with which God will who was ever caught up to heaven clotho all who accept his Invitation, and camo hack again, said: "I beheld Isa. Cl:l0; Iter. 19:7, S; Kph. 4:24; unspeakable things which It Is Impos- Horn. 13;H. For this man to present sible for man to utter." And of these himself clothed In his own garment unspeakable, unutterablo things, tho was to Insult tho king, so our own Master's dwelling place Is tho pres- righteousness Is as "filthy rags" In his ent anticipation. sight. Isa. Ct:6; Phil. 3:9 It. V. When This "Come and see" to following questioned about this act ot insolcnco disciples Is a call to them to learn the guest was "speechless." So llko-wl. Many know nothof Christ will all unbellovers stand ono ing ot him except through others. day beforo tho groat king. faulty witThey hear what human, The Teaching of this parablo nesses say nbout him, but they do our privileges In tho kingnot learn from him. O, soul, "Como dom ot God. A full realization ot that and sea" for yourself where ho dwells kingdom means Joy, gladness and perand let aim speak to you ot "tho fect satisfaction. On a previous occathings concerning himself" with his sion Jesus gavo up tho parablo ot tho own blessed Hps of truth!' Do not Great Supper which so much resemwait for others. bles this. Iloth ot theso parables havo No man haB ever found his dwellto do with the attltudo ot men to tho ing placo and turned Infidel. Scof- Gospel Invitation. Thcro Is tho further fers and scorncrs havo never been emphasis upon tho naturo ot tho anthcro with him. Tho rationalist, with swer ot men to this Invitation. Tho bis hostllo criticism cf Christ, has first is that of men who aro blind to never como to see. No man can find tho glory and beauty of that which Is tho placo where he dwells and abldo offered to them, though their refusal with blm thcro, without being filled was not final. Men, still blind, treat with a deep senso of the reality of tho this invitation contemptuously and "unvpeakablo things" and with tho turn to their own Interests, ncoklng overflowing Joy of tho Lord. satisfaction, whilo others shamefully The Response and the Olesslng. treat tho king's messengers. This camo and saw where ho treatment Is followed by swift Judg"They No namu U ment. Onco moro tho Hut where? dwelt." Invitation and given; no placo ot earth is men- and a mixed company aro gathered, Why this reserve? Ho was some with worthy and somo with untioned. far from Nazareth whero ho had mado worthy motives. his home, and wo cannot forget tho Tho Master's final words (r, 14) emwords that turned back a would bo fol- phasize scrvlco and responsibility. ot Man hath not Tho call was an open, general univerlower, "Tho Son whero to lay his bead." sal ono. Thoso chosen wcro not only Dut he has a dwelling placo! The thoso who camo but thoso who accepteighteenth verso ot tho chapter tells ed the conditions laid down. Tho Inus nbout It: "Tho only begotten Son, different, or hostile, and thoso who acwhich Is In the bosom of tho Father." cepted unworthily wcro rejected. It la to that place of holy Intimacy Tho Golden Text ruvrnls tlio heart with himself to and companionship of tho Lord. Ho deals In suro Judgwhich ho Invites and welcomes all his ment; still his purposo and dcslro Is own. Tho Father's bosom, tho Sou's to protect and to gather tho children abode, Is the placo of blessing for safe from all harm. Tho doom ot tho all who will "Como and sco." city was pronounced upon It as the fioul, It you would know these O result ot things that cannot be told, "Come and purpose. Its refusal to accept this hi tor yourself. per-eelvexcln-mntlomar-rlag." de-slr- o 11-1so first-hand- fc August 20, 1014. THE CITIZKN very heavy It should bo shaken up and turned sovcral hours aflor cut-lito hasten drying. If wet weather sets In soon after culling better Icavo Iho hay in swath till settled wealh. It will not Injuro much if not dried out. lictlcr put pea hay in barn or shed If possible, but if you must stack It, havu somo timothy or other good water shedding hay lo top out with for pea hay spoils very quickly when URGES wcl. ng MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Prof. Frank S. Montgomery, Instructor In Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator. 13.00 Bomelouin PER DAY FOR FARMER In Kurnpo is giving mcrclmnts War "Good!" said Mrs. Sharpless. "And I'll tako caro of him." "It's a strong inducement," said Dr. Strong gracefully. "But I want a little moro material on which to atives to tho flood "problems on tho Misbase a decision." has amounted to little sissippi. Ho believes that It Is posit-bi- In Ilaltlmore, outsldo of the school- "Between us Grandma and I ought to be able to answer any questions," to put that great waterway In a houso program, but now It can be put straight-Jacket- , said Mr. Clyde. ' and Incidentally ho to practical uso for civic betterment "About sIoknes8,"lhen, in tho famtouched on tho mosquito nuisance. He and civic beauty, riant a fow now saya that he would not swat the mos- and you will be surprised at the re ily. I'vo already! introduced myEXAMl'LB OP A HAD COUNTItt HO AD. self lo Mrs. Clyde! and' questioned quito but that he would establish a sult. Ilaltlmore American. roads and particularly earth roads. her; but her information isn't defin scientific system of drainage that V CHILDREN AID GOOD WORK Good drainage Is the first thing to he ite." would mako the little pest an Impossiconsidered In building roads. Money "Myra seldom is," observed Mr. bility. This la In accordance with the views of our own engineers and In har- Even the Smallest Show Enthusiasm spent In getting rid of the water that Clyde. "It's part of her charm. But reaches the roadway Is well spent. Grandma Sharpless In the Effort to Keep National mony with work that has already has been keepltemoye all water quickly which ing a daybook Capital Attractive. Everybeen done lu New Jersey and elsefor years. reaches the surface of the road and where. It Is the small things of life intercept tile flow of wnler frinii hleh. thing that's ever happened, from tho -- Tn I lirn thn mail, nl.no- ft.. that count after all, and tho men who j tho vacant lots and unsightly lawns! cr Rounds. It "'"it come Into the cat's ilts to the dressmaker's misI relieve us of tho pests that help to into beautiful gardens filled with roiu' have side drains of ample size to fits, is in that series. I'vo always I mako life miserable aro entitled to our blooming flowers and clinging vines handle the water nt all times. Turn thought it might como in handy "I''" drains Into the first water sometime." gratltudo. There was a day when the Is the object of the People's Gardens Just the thing!" said Dr. Strong mosquito was taken ns a necessary of Washington, and In tho report for channel that can lie reached that ro- I The mistake heartily. "Will you bring it, Mrs. which has Just been pre- - ulov's ' rrom the evil, but happily that timo has passed I 1,16 I"18' pared, what has been accomplished ls or,p ,ua,,' ot trying to carry the Sharpless I hope you'vo includ . nnd thoso who spond part of the year along tbeso lines Is set forth. The 8l(Iu ilralns a considerable distance to ed your comment on events In what was 'formerly tho mosquito as well some landowner when It could as the events building up recreation gardens for I themselves." belt can now look forward to a period the people of of neighborhood, f the a the beau- - be turned aside nt perhaps "My opinions aro generally pro I of comparative qulot and peaco. tlflcattoc. of parkings and back yards I distance. This causes a heavy volume of the city and general stimulation or wtcr to form, more than the drain nounced enougli so that I can re SIDE LIGHTS ON THE WAR of Interest In landscarto eardenlne Is capable of carrying. The result Is member 'em, young man," returned (Continued from Page 1) have been gone Into with enthusiasm the road Is much damaged by overflow Mrs. Sharpless, as she departed for closing the port and placing enough by tho workers of the association and "hen It could have been prevented by the desired volumes. rhal last remark of yours sound vessels of war near it to render en- their labors havo shown surprising re- - giving the water n quicker outlet. Most country mads nre 100 flat to ed a little liko making fun of Grandtrance a dangerous thing. Neutral suits. Ono 8led water. In fact, many of them the vessels sometimes take tho chance lng theofwork noticeable facts concern- - are concave, owing to H- i- fact that ma," suggested Mr. Clyde, as tho ls that a major portion for they get high prices if they suc- was done during tho past year by lit- - tralllc Is kept consistently In tin; cen door closed after her. "Far from it," retorted Dr. Strong ceed. No formal blockado has yet tie children. And it ls in building up ter UIul wears down tho surface until ,s formed. The water follows quickly. "Can't you see that sho's . declared. Km tho gardening Inclinations of the little n ditch Sho's Tuo tendency today is lo Interfere ono that the elders are becoming much this concave center, washing hore and a born judge of symptoms? ns If tic as possiblo with the regular Interested and lending a hand them- - forming pouus mere, causing tne roan got the sixth sense sticking out all course of trade, when a war is on. selves. The children, havtne arnulrpH to become soft nnd give way. The over her. Women moro often havo is to In past times tho seizure of mer a tasto for gardening, aro the ones OIllr remedy enough give the road sulll it than men. When a doctor has it, to cause the water and sometimes when he's only able who aro to mako the capital beautiful clent cr"WI. chant ships was a large part of tho In the years to come. Tbuxo by American I'ress Association. It will fall tin. to QUlcKiy unini to tne sine illtrnes. to counterfeit it, ho becomes great war. on them to enlarge the park spaces, A" slt,e Pitches should he of ample and famous." How will the war affect prices? preservo tho trees Russian Digging and encourage the Rlze- - 10 I,rov"le Ior "o greatest vommt "Now that you speak of it, I reThis is a question which intcrosts planting of dooryard flowers and flow. 01 wau'r 111111 ,lla peciiii ny rca Nsws dispatches unite lu declaring that the Itiihslan soldiers went almost producer and consumer alike. Tho ering shrubs. The children hava tn. son or Il01,v' ri,,lw "r melting snows member my wifo's saying that when Mod wlth.Joy at the prospect of war with Germany Trench digging Is a part A wide, shallow Hitch Is best, nnd It she was a girl and lived in tho coun. action of tho markets, tho past week, ken ud thn eardpnlnir lrf of the of warfare, and the Itusslana got some vuluabte though eipeu-Itry, her mother was always boing Kept clean of grass nnd trash Th shows that there is an uncertainly. would tako un n. new Mm etptileore In the war with Japan. the side drains nre constructed right sent for in cases of illness." Hut somo things may bo said. Gener- have shown unuaual thornuehn.. nnH tIlpy ca" 10 kp(,t '" lH'rflM,t 8l,1,le hi-Dr. Strong nodded. "Heretical ally speaking wo may look for low tho utmost Joy in their work, and even 1 1 though it is lo say so, I would rath- ' ' better results aro expected from their prices for articles which we produce Tho 8,, (,r,ll,,s ",,a m,rfllc ,,raler have the diagnosis of such a woefforts during the spring and summer sLbt Tsmsw liLLLLI J nnd havo been in the habit of export"Se will care for th6 surface water. man, in an obscure case, than of to come ing and high prices for articles which nut tliere Is another way lu which wit many a doctor. Sho learns in tho ter reaches the roadbed. Underflow wo havo been importing, becauso wo Good Plan for Smsll Town. water, following a layer of hardpan school of experience." do not produco them. Thus we may Here, Mrs. Sharpless returned, Villages and small towns In all part or bedrock from some point higher bo ablo to get our apples at $1 a bar of the United States would do well to than the road, 011 reaching tho level carrying soveral diaries. rel and pay 31 a dozen for bananas follow tho example of Wllllamstown, rises to the top. making "Tlieso go five years back," said tho road nl Tho owner of an automobile may get Mass. Thero tho town council has most like quicksand. These currents she. "You'll find 'em pretty comcheap gasolino and pay high for rub adopted a schomo proposed by PresI- - of water flow Hlowly nnd will keep the plete. Wo'vo had our fair share ber tires. Corn is moro likely to bo dent Garfield ot Williams college, and road tn a horrible condition long nfler of trouble; measles, whooping- low than wheat becauso wo raise a providing that there shall be planted other sections havu become dry. The cough, I thought Betsy was going jSMjwMs relatively larger part of tho world's annually along the roadsldo of the only way to remove this underflow poor little head off, a number of trees that shall be ter Is with drain tile put beneath the lo bark her chicken-posupply. Meat is likely to bo high be mumps, and I nursed causo wo do not produco a surplus. valuable for commercial as well aa roadbed nnd lendlugMo a good outlet, 'em through, myself." ornamental purposes. President Oar. which many times It Is tlllllcult to find And yet many things may alter field, It seems, "All of them?" This underflow water Is very ilestrtiC' Idea derived this. If wo can get our products to France, where the plan hls been from- tlve to any kind of Improved road, as "All of 'em didn't havo all tho carhas huropo tho great demand there may rled out successfully and baa boen 11 will come to the surface through any things becauso Tom Clydo sent the stono or gravel road nnd so weaken rest away when ono of 'em came mako all food products high. Evon found to be decidedly worth while. should wo fail to gel into tho Euro Conditions vary lo different towns the crown that It soon gives way. down. All nonsonso, I say. Bolter pean markets wo may creato a trado and villages of course, and in some Many miles of otherwise lino roads let 'em get il whllo thoy'ro young, with South Amorica and tho g'eat a scheme ot this sort might bo un- havo proved expensive failures becauso and havo dono with it." proper draliiago was not mado before nations of Asia, that will tako our desirable or impracticable. Those. "Ono of tho worst of tho old sup nml gravel were put down. It ls surplus. Tho Panama Canal, which however, are the exceptions, and for a waste f money and labor to build erstitions," said Dr. Strong quietly. a majority of our smaller communities opened for commerce on Saturday adoption ot "Don't tell mo, young man! Doctor Dr. Qarfleld'a plan would improved roads without first thorough' last, will help us to market our oro- - bo an excellent thing. dr no doctor, you can't teach mo Ono must l uraimng tne right or way. uucts ana to get substitutes for ar wait a long time, tt Is true, before the about children's diseases. There tides wo havo bought in Europe. patrol system in lowa, trees uus pianiea oecome valuable isn't any of those, measly and commercially, and it may be that tho The patrol system of maintenance mumpy ones that I'm afraid or. public fund would never be swelled has been adopted In Clayton county, Bobs did scaro mo, though, with that FOR YOUR DEN very largely by' Income derived from la. Tho duty of tho patrolmen will be queer attack of his." Beautiful CoUfaPwunU them. Yet It In Franoe that Income Is to keep the roads In passable condition "Bob.s," explained Mr. Clyde, "is found to bo sufficiently Urge to take "t all times. Kach patrolman must see Robin, ono of tho Yale and Harvard, each 9 In. x 24 in caro of the town's' most beautiful or--1 that his stretch ot road Is well drug' twins." namenta, Ita trees, and In addition "1, till In tho low places and repair or Each 7 in. x 21 in. "Toll mo about tho attack." leave something over for other pur- - report any bridge or culvert needing "When was It " said tho grandAll best quality felt with felt head- poeei, there seems to be no good re- - repair, lie may also be used on per Photo by American I'ress Association. ing, streamers, letter and nmcot ex son why the tame ihlng should not rnancnt grading or surfacing work mother, running over the leaves of when It ls deemed advisable by the a solected diary. "Oh, hero it Is. ecuted In colon. Two Big Men of ' auortment proper postpaid This iplended be true in this country. War county board or engineer. It ls esti Last March. It was short and tent for 50 cents Here are shown the kaiser of Germany and the czar of Russia with their and stamp mated that the cost of maintaining sharp. Only lasted threo days; but Boost, Dont Knock. to pay postage. Send now 5 personal staffs. The kaiser a on the left When this picture was taken It Dent criticize the old town, inlaw roads by this method will average $80 the ohild had a dreadful fever and HOWARD SPECIALTY was little thought that In a few months' Ume these rulers would give the word per mile. COMPANY a oCar a reaasaj. pretty bad cramps." that meant conflict that filled Uo eatlr world with dread. Daytoo, Ohio (To be continued) o I all excuse for raising Iho prices of everything the farmer lias to buy. Wo need every penny wo can get to mnUo bettor homes ami cducalo the children, and cannot afford to buy things wo can ralso at homo, or got by a few days work A day's work that brings In M.OO to a farmer or his boys is surely profitable. Thn thousands of farm-o- rs in eastern Kentucky that have cowpoas have lhechanco to corn that much for several days now during the next month. And Iho work is simply tho easy Job of picking cowpea seed. In all reason cowpea seed will bo around M.OO per hu. next spring. Any TIME TO CUT COWPEA HAY activo boy or man can go out and Tho best timo to out cowpcas for pick off pods with two or thrco bushels of seed In them, and whon hay is when many pods nro full d they can he easily beaten grown and a considerable number are ripe. At this stage nearly all tho out of the pods. leaves will still bo on tho vines and Plck Peas for Your Neiobbor on tho leaves arc the best part of tho Shares hay. If you were uiiforlunalo enough The peas should be cut after dew not to have any peas sown this sum-- 1 dries and before noon, and should nwr go to a neighbor that has some 'lay in swnlh until well willed, but and pick on tho shares. Ho may bo not till dry and brittle. Thoy should busy at something else and have no then bo raked into windrows. This children to pick them, and will bo i may bo tho samo day or tho day very glad to havo you do it after mowing, Time to Pick Cowpea Seod They should lay In tho windrow When a good number of nods havo il 'lay r two nnd then bo put into ripened go through tho Held with a 8mal1 shocks. Thoy should slay in basket, or with a largo mouthed sack ,,w shock several days before stack-slun- g over your shoulder to put tho '"g or putting in barn, pods In. Spread tho pods out thinly A good mlo is Hint peas aro ready in a dry place to becomo perfectly for slack or mow when it is not oos-d- r' so they will not mold. You can,siblo to wring any moisluro out of probably go through iho held two or, the stems by twisting a handful with thrco times within tho next two considerable force, if tho hay is well-drie- weeks and gel several bushels of seed and still havo a good hay crop. Hut I would cut Iho hay boforo too many of tho lower leaves dry up and fall ofT, for Iho leaves nro the best oarl of tho hay. Tho seed can bo beaten out of the pods any timo lalo this fall or winter. Or heller still have n pea hulling do It. A hand machine Can bo had for a small sum. If you live near Heron you can probably get them hulled this way ns tho Co II ego garden has a hullcr and C. D. Illylho expects to get ono. Theru will bo a good prlzo offered for tho best ten pounds of homo grown cowpea seed at the Berca corn show, October 31. ma-chi- no TfletoT PLANTING OF TREES SPECIAL COURSE IN AGRICULTURE Timber business Is now about wound up, and wo must turn lo our farms or lenvo tho country. Derca Col lego is planning moro than cvor beforo lo help tho peoplo stay In Ihcir "Old Kentucky Homes." Special courses In agriculture aro Baltimore Newspaper Points Out How Much They Add to Appearance of City. being arranged winter that will for this fall and be intensely Inter esting to tho boys and fit them to go back homo and mako tho good old farm, rough and rocky though it may be, produco doublo In a few years what it now does. Tho boy will go back not only a good farmer, but a good citizen and a leader for better things not only in your valley, but in your whole county. Head on page thrco directions for saving cowpea seed and making cowpea hay. Head on page threo directions for saving cowpea seed and making cowpea hay. Head on page three directions for saving cowpea seed and making cowpea hay. DOOM OF THE MOSQUITO. Sir William Wlllcocks. who has been testifying beforo tho House Committee on Hlvera and Harbors, la authority for the statement that mosquitoes and malaria aro doomed. Ho was Invited to give ub Information rel- Ilaltlmore can wetl approve of the movement for moro city tree plant ing, launched by the Women's Civic league There Is no doubt othor cities havo paid moro attention than has this to tho subject, but it Is ono in which all who aro working for a moro attractlvo as well as for a larger and more prosperous city can well consider. While good caro Is taken of tho trees In city parks and squares, those along tho street curbs are sadly neglected, allowed to die and then rarely replaced. Yet It Is no great tnsk to make a tree grow along the sidewalk. A little careful trimming, a loosening of tho earth at tho roots now and then, a watch for bugs and borers, that's about all If tho treo be strong and healthy when It lu put la tuo ground. Of course, now and thon an accident will happen and the treo he unrooted or broken by a runaway norso or a careless driver, but even then It can bo easily replaced and when young a box placed around It, so as to shield It from harm. ... Let us hope that this movement 111 A thoroughfare with succeed. handsome, healthy trees on either side Is a city beauty Hpot and a valuable city asset Land Is too valuable In a metropolis to allow the creation and maintenance of largo lawns, except In suburban districts, but there la plonty of room for trees, even Jn streets on which traffic Is very heavy. Arbor day, established to encourage (Continued from Pago 1.) rldgo who camo lo.vlsK with ono satchel and stayed flvo ON RURAL ROADS "That remains to "boyears." toseen morrow,- said Dr. Strong. "By tho way, as I usually read myself lo sleep, you might Icavo mo somo of Much of the Work Performed your local health reports. Thus can bo looking tho ground over." Is Also Futile. "All I'vo got you'll And on the shelf over tho desk. l" Being of that typo of man who WATER VERY DESTRUCTIVE. docs his thinking beforo and not after n decision, Mr. Thomas Clydo arose in tho morning with an un troubled mind ns to his now venturo Good Drainage First Thing to Ba Considered In Building Roadways Water in household management. Voices from tho library aUrar-lehim $hould Bt Removed Quickly When It thither, as ho camo downstairs, and, Rsaches the Surface. entering, ho beheld his guest hedgMuch of the work nnd money used ed in a corner by tho grandmother on our country roads is thrown away; of tho Clydo household. only n small part of the work remains Dont loll me, young man," tho In shapo to Ins of benefit to tho road)0"! lady was sayjng, in her clear, for more than a few weeks, then only i determined voice. "You'vo not In n way to nmko It passable for a. slept well for agcsl I know that short wlilln nni! In nn irnv Imrtrnvlni. ' kind of an eye." tho roiidhed, says Thomas M. CIsel tu Mrs. Sharpless" has been diag the Journal of Agriculture. The usual nosing my case, Mr. Clyde," called method used on earth roads Is to take dirt from the roadside and pile It Into tho guest, with a rather wry smile. "You stay hero for a while," said a inudliole, forcing the water to some other location, whore n new mudliolu she vigorously; "and I'll cocker you will be formed. No attention Is given up. I don't bolicvo you oven eat the side drains or tho draining of the properly. Do you?" roadbed. Water Is permitted to flow "Maybo not," admitted tho young across tho rond from trash filled side man. "We doctors are sometimes drains and to destroy the roadbed by less wise for ourselves than for soaking beneath it Water is the most destructive thing others." "Oh I So you're a doctor " asked we have to contend with In keeping good roads. Is the enemy of all tho grandmother with a shrewd, esIt timating glance. "Dr. Strong, is, I hope, going to slay with U3 awhile," explained her Good-nlghtson-in-la- w. MONEY WASTED THE HEALTH MASTER tnr one-hal- I Troops Trench T h. LVk fLLY "''" - JsniiB'fijlSiKj n x. clght-ycar-o- ld the Pago Four. THE CITIZEN AURU.il 20, 1011. LOCAL PAGE NEWS The Citizen Premium This pen retails at $2.50 and $3.00. We give it and one year's subscription to CITIZEN for $1.50; or for $1.25 we will give you a six month's subscription and THE the pen; or for $1.00 you will get THE CITIZEN three months and one of these fine pens. Here is your chance to get a good fountain pen. of Berea as well as tho farmers of OF BEREA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES the surrounding region are wry fortunate indeed in having such a man lo succeed Mr. Montgomery in the very important work of making our farms more productive, and tho country home a belter place to live. COLLEGE ROAD IS CLOSED The college is always glad lo oblige citizens at Berea and vicinity. The road thru the college WHY THE r t Miration, He and his faintly arc visiting with relatives and friends In Nearly all of the Fire Insurance Jackson County. Companies, have withdrawn from For Sale One set double harness grounds was thrown open lo tho the state, but Breclt C8, Evans complete. A bargain. public while Chestnut Street was Enquiro at have some Old Strong Companies Tho Citizen office. rcpntivd though the college road (ad) that will furnish Any Kind of Inwas not built for heavy teaming. Fiances Porter, accompanied Mr. FOUNTAIN PEN WAWCO SPECIAL SELF-FILLINsurance you want. II, C. Woolf home from Lexington However some teamsters madii it Wawco Pens are made by skilled workmeri from high grade material, The pen points are impossible lo keep the road open, last week and will spend a few days THE OGC STUDIO in his home. solid 14K gold, tipped with hard iridium. They are hand tempered, hand buffed and smooth writers. us they would have short cuts and Mr. Advertiser: You belter look Q. C. PURKHY, Prop. The scientific construction of the feed or ink conductor carries the ink to the point in just the not keep lo the road way. Signs and well after your advertising contract. proper amount. The subcapillary ducts retain moisture at the pen point and prevent the ink from wires directing the right driveway High Class Photographs, As The Citizen grows our rales in weiv torn down and lawless driv-ju- g Enlarging, Kodac Finishing flooding. crease correspondingly. continued. So much to our ie- Picture Framing The automatic filling device is of the visible compression button style. The direct button con jgiet the college road way had to be. Messrs. Robert Spence and Jesse Co. Over Betea Bank and Trust Baugli were in Lexington, Ky., trolled pressure upon the bar, gets a full supply of ink by simply dipping the point in the ink, depressing the closed io piiniic inline in seir pro- I uesilay on business. button and releasing no muss, no fust, or soiled fingers simplicity, convenience and cleanliness. lection. BARGAINS WATCHES WATCHES Misses Lowens and Myrtle Baker The most practical and reliable pen ever offered to the public. Every pen has the "Wawco" unlimited BIG LAUREL COUNTY FAIR Go to Marcum's to get your Jewhave just returned from Brasslleld, guarantee in the box with the pen. Will be held at London, Ky., Aug, elry. Everything guaranteed. Prices Ky., where I hey have been visting C.', till. X7 and 2A. It is lo lie the lafg. for a few days. -- llio lowest, quality considered. . est and best fair ever held at Lon- Mr. Frank Hays and his daughter Next door to Clarkston's Hardni'd.-- t again, lie returned from near j A delegation of ten or more will onstration work will go right on ,0n. You will not regret it if you go were visiting Mrs. Delia Baker Mon11,1m rail-a- s it will make you Miildletown, 0 about a week agi.jgo from the Christian Endeavor So- - under tho direction of Mr. Robert ware, Main Street. day evening. who has Ih'cii transferred by pv and wise. Tr- ' a,,,,,ul ,:,,rl.i" Mr. and Mrs. .Too. Muncy motored Mr. C.vrus Short, who has been in, uimvi iiiiifiu iioiii (i milium iiii- Loment.om L. & N. TIME TABLE over In Richmond Monday on bus- leaching in Bell County, was in town PASTURE iiOII lit lliuiliiian. Saturday mid Sunday visiting withi The subject of the sermon by the North Bound, Local iness. I have pasture lor 10 lo 15 calves Few men possess all the ipialillca-lion- s A number of Bereans are to visit parents. Mr. Short returned Mon- - pastor Sunday next 'is "In Tune with 7:00 a. m 10:66 p. m. Knoxville fur this work to such a degree at 50 cents per month, Simon it he Will of tho Father." 1:07 p. m. 3:62 a. m. Hie institute being held at McKoe dav. BEREA ad. as does Mr, Sponco, and the citizens Muncy. 6:30 p. m. 7:46 a, m. this week. Cincinnati . D. Smith. The Citizen rep- Mr. At Harts settlement, Mrs. Roberts South Bound, Local Phono all your wants to 20. ad. reseiilative in Rockcastle reports a gave an account of the European war, 6:30 a. m. 8:16 p. m. A beautiful Cincinnati being pleasant visit with our e.xtownsmaii, residence is .situation to an interested audience,: 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. eroded on Center St., for Dr. Davis. BEREA -, 6:60 a. m. Duncan and Bingham are the con- Mr. J. W. VauWinkle and their fel- using the man especially made by 7:00 p. m. Knoxville lowship together in a good prayer prof. Robertson, Express Train tractors. meeting at the Presbyterian Chun h cAMpFncToN INDIAN FORT 33 will atop to take on passen-rer- e No. Prof. CaHee's new home otf Jackin I . Union, where the Hoy. Mc for KnoxWlle and points beyond. son St. is Hearing completion. Courtesy is our watchword of Be- M.llan has lately become pastor.J ,, South Bound Mr. J. W. Branson goes to London ymw Style our attraction 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati The Rev. Everett lias his little mer time is camping on Indian Fort next week where he is to be the Prices our inducement. 11:66 a. m. BEREA And undoubtedly the principal of the new vocational de- daughter, Gladys V., with him whdo i Mountain. No. 32 will stop at Berea to take part incut of the S. B. M. S. of Lon- the preparation of moving to liar-- 1 most pleasant one of the season on passengers for Cincinnati, O., and don, Ky. Tenn., is u process. jcurred during the pa.t week. A points beyond. The Berea canning industry is goNorth Bound ing at rull blast under the splendid T 4:45 p. m. BEREA supervision or Mr. Fletcher, tho gar8:60 p. m. Cincinnati dener. This is one or Berea's new industries and bids fair to be a payCrner Main and Center Sl., Berea, Ky. You are missing a good chance of ing and popular one. getting some of our valuable premMr. Chester Parks has exchanged iums by putting off .subscribing or Ins automobile for a pair of mules extending your subscription anoth- and wagon. er year. Mr. R. F. Spence begins work Bowman, Mr. Frank Thursday for the United States gov Mr. R. O. Evans and Mr. Golden attended the ernment as County agent and farm IS OUR ALLIANCE WITH Hrnadhend fair Thursday. demonstrator. Portland Cement at Welch's 55c. ALL OUR CUSTOMERS The best buggies in the world at ad. Welch's. (ad) 501b cans at Welch's Pure lard in The Blue Lick base ball team ad. for $0.00. lutes Station a double Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Roberts of Haz- played Saturday." The morning el Green, Ky., are visiting her par- header FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES The afternoon ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Ambrose. game was 0 to 8. by the serious game was It to 3 in favor of B'ue They were called here Fruits and Vegetables illness or her sister, Mrs. Win. Isaacs. Lick. Mr. Isaac Bowles or Tyner, studMill Feed, Flour and Meal Miss Francis Porter of Lexington came Friday for a two weeks visit ent or last year, was visiting friends wilti her uncle and aunt, Mr. and in town the first of the week. OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE. GIVE US A CALL Prof, and Mrs. Rigby returned Mr. G. II. Wolfe and friends. Saturday night Miss Bertha Robinson returned from Chautauqua Main Street, Berea home Sunday from a visit in Balti whore they have been spending the more. Md.. Washington D. C. and summer. Mr. True Coyle, graduate of tb Virginia. Messrs. William Ballinger and W, Academy last year left Tuesday for D. Click, who are working for the California where he will attend the Department of the Leland Slan'ord University Agricultural this United States, were visiting in Be- year. Mr. Edward O. Cox of Jackson. rea over Sunday. Miss Lillian Newcomer, who has Breathitt, is visiting in Berea a few been spending the summer at home, days. Mrs. Fish and daughter, Addie, are returned to Fairfax, S. Dak., and will Mr. C. M. Fulkerson or Ukiah, Cal., party of llfteen young people witli in Cincinnati for a few days. take up her school work Sept. 7th. Mr. and Mrs. Steenrod as conductors called at The Citizen olllco and Mr. Faulkner spent Sunday at th! Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Porter, who cottage his subscription. He return- reached the "World-a-Fnspent the past week at the Burdette Tavern. about Saturday evening ed to his home Saturday. Miss Christine Asher after spend bungalow were visited over Sunday and broke camp the same hour MonSiipt. H. II. Brock is now in Deea by Mrs. John Gabbard and children, ing several days with her sister, Mrs. day morning. AT vi.fi'ing ttie schools near Berea. Mr. and Mrs. fi. II. Woolf and Fran- Davis, in Livingston, returned home L'pon arriving all tell busy in preMonday. Secretary Vaughn returned ces Porter. paring camp .some unloaded the Mr. W. F. Powell of Sand flip, Irom a two weeks trip in wagon, others started for water, Mr. Charles B. Anderson, a college graduate of the class of MS, was in representative of the Silver Leaf Eastern Kentucky, Lee County, V,,., ,,,,. K!llim.(l W(MwJ ma(k, Berea from Saturday until Monday. Nursery, Rose Hill, Va., has been and three counties in 'Ieunesxje. lire lo have coffee while the ladles Richmond, Kentucky Ho repirts pleasant meetings with spread the llrst meal which had alMiss Carrie Spangler of the class calling on the farmers in Lee, Mal of M is spending a few weeks in Be- ison, Estill and Rockcastle Counties. former students and also the intro- ready been prepared. Soon a jolly Dr. Craig returned to Stanford, af duction of Berea into two new rea and is assisting with the work crowd had feasted and started for ler relieving Dr. Porter at tho Drug counties in East Tennessee. in Prof. Marsh's olllce. the clilf to sing songs and make merProf. Iligby ami (amily returned Store for two weeks. ry (he time until a lato hour. Tho UNION CHURCH NEW3 Messrs. Tom Adams and D. M. Saturday from their summer vacacottage was assigned to tho ladies A rull house last Sunday listened Gott visited several days recently at tion. to the sermon by tin pastor on "Sa- for sleeping ipiarters, while bright) Crab Orchard. Estill Co. siars, a nine sKy and rocky ledges Miss Emma Eversolo after visit. lvation to the Uttermost." Welch's guarantee on buggies is served the men. However tho nov- worth more alone than lots of bug- ing for a few weeks with her sister, y meeting at Narrow elty of the occasion prevented much The gies, (ad) Mrs. Dr. Steele, returned to (lap was well attended. Mr. Hudson sleep. and son, Her- home at Krypton last Sunday. . Mrs. Nettie NVyult With the exception of Mr. Dur-nospoke in the morning, in the nftoi-- h Mrs. J. E. Williams and daughters bert, went to Lexington, Ky., Friday Mr. Werlenberger gave an ac- - ham's stumblo and slight bruises for a month visit with relatives and of Walton were visiting Berea count of religious conditions in, Hi' affair was perfect. The nights friends Sunday. friends. d days were ideal, "Devil's South America. Dr Roberts spoko Mr. 11 C. Chapman of Newtonia h. Mr. It. W. Estridge went to Cincinl'be Rat Hole," "Fat Man's on An Upright Life as tho test of Slide, visiting for somo time with her counati, Ohio, Saturday on ,a business true religious teachings from tho Misery," East and West Pinnacles sins, I). C. and Alva Pullins. trip. Ib; returned Monday night. text, "By their fruits, ye shall know were each visited in turn. And to Mr. Louis Lester stopped in Berea Miss Emma Eversole, who has boon Them." Mr. Burgess, Prof. Edwards "(Id bounteous meals and sharpened visiting her sister, Mrs. J. C. Steele a few days tho first of the week vis- and Miss Ogilvio also gave short appetites, congeniality and tho many for six weeks returned to her homo iting his many friends here. Ho was other pleasantries of tho occasion all on his way from Hamilton. O, where Monday at Krypton, Ky. declare this was tho best of all Dr. Roberts speaks at Corbin, camping trips on which they had The largest line of buggies in east- he has been living, to Miami, Fla., ss night, making the opening ever been. ern Kentucky now on exhibition at whore he expects to locate. The many friends of H. K. Rich- Christian Enof tho Tri-staThe members or the party were (ad) Welch's. n rik rrl nil em 111111 In rx. . Mr. Lichtliauscr Misses Bertha King. Susan Porter, and familv of r. f flcstll 11117 felUll tIW flUU li I tat III U'lla deavor Convention. Mary Porter, Annie Yelvington, May Sandusky, Ohio, aro visiting Mr. and Harrison, Lizzie Bogie, Bess Marsh, Mrs. Fisher on Railroad Street. j.Mrs. Hanson and Mrs. Steenrod j Mr.Jioward Harrison and Mr. John 'Messrs. Durham, Spence, Baird, Jackson left Tuesday for Peoria, III., ! Pugh, Bowman, Branson, Todd, Mr, ami Mrs. W. H. Bower spent i Sunday anu Monday in r.ttinnurg and MR. MONTGOMERY SUCCEEDED BY Indianapolis, Indiana. MR. SPENCE Mr. William Hanson of Lexington ltt la ..loill.ir Prof. Montgomory has been trans- rtl tllln Pilltl Kin n.til MAIN STREET, Near Bank Mrs. S. K. Hanson. ferred to Washington, D. C, to tako I up Mr. J. F. Dean, cashier of Berea research work in tho Olllco of Dank and Trust Co., is having his Farm Management. Tho farm dom- - BRECK & EVANS G hap-Spen- co ' . ,,',.. to, TRIPLE QUANTITY QUALITY EQUALITY f tsb's Joe W. Stephens Meat Market ed r" August Sacrifice Sale on all Summer Goods six-thir- ty Sat-turd- ay ,, B. E BELUE & COMPANY SEE S hr All-da- on Hayes & Gott "The Cash Store" FOR ad-the- to .'lt I CLOTHING SM CLARKSTON r SHOES AND FURNISHINGS BEREA, KY. Deering Mowing Machines and Rakes O I Main Street, August. 20, (014. THE CITIZEN Pago Five. YOUR SECURITY Capital Stock Thirty Six Stock-holde- rs Double Liability Actual surplus onbooks Surplus charged to Hulding and Furniture account Undivided profits Total to protect depositors ... ... ... IN OUR OWN STATE (Continued from First Pago) $15,000.00 15,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 3,000.00 $65,000.00 warned to leave the community. Washington nut! onllrs have been notlllod mid asked for protection. UNITED STATES NEWS (Continued from Pago I.) Americans Can Sail Foreign Built Ships The shipping hill has passed tho Senate, and is now before the President for his signature. This hill per- -' mils foreign ships purchased by, Americans In he nilinltted lo tho Ftog- -I Islry In Ihe (fulled States and lo sail under the t'niled Stales ling. This measure will largely restore the transatlantic trade paralyzes! by Ilia European war. It will nl once hulhl up the American Merchant marine. Panama Tolls, $25,000 The Panama Canal was opened for trnmc on the inth of August. $25,000 was laken In (oils from merchant ships un the llrsl day. Plague Victims in New Orleans Nineteen persons have contracted the bubonic plague in New Orleans since June 271 h The seventh victim lo die was Mary Hooper, a negrcss. Japan Will not Involve the United States In a coinniunieallon to the American Ambasndr Ihe Japanese authorities Rive assurance (hat the United States will not he involved bv Ihe altitude of Japan toward and (lermaii inllueiice in 'China. I Wheat Prices Decline Owing lo the lark of demand for wheat the price declined the last week on the Chicago Market. Can cellations have been mado of char- iters, amounting to a million and n liair nusiieis mat were 10 lie snipped to foreign ports. Business Settling Down to War Basis The llnaiicial statement from New York report that business is adjust ing itself to Ihe new situation cre- Owing aled by the Kuropeau vvar o the act that (..vat r.lam has been able to open transatlantic Ira fflr, shipments will soon begin of our Mirplus wheat and cotlou. American Advantages II is considered in financial circles " "'T'1 S,a,os w incalcuable advantage at the present time, owing lo the fact that it is not likely to be drawn into the I.uropean war. Our surplus food supplies will be in demand at prolltable prices. Knglish cotton mills must he sup- Plied with cotton, in order to keep going I he export trade or Ormany be checked and neither Great HriliUn nor France can make good the loss. Tins will open the Held to I nited Stales manufacturers. Tho over-se- a commerce of Germany amounting to four and a hair mil- lions will be in a measure lost. The United States' is in a position to take advantage or and prollt by these con- ('itions. Government Investigating Food Pric- I Oer-.manI 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 Berea Bank & Trust Co. Main Street, Berea, Kentucky Organized 1901. Dividends paid to Stockholders, since organization, $11,000.00 GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES Prices Always Right RICHARDSON & COYLE NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE R. H. CHRISMAN "The Furniture Man" Main Street .... Chestnut Street 5 Tj!E ! Berea, Kentucky excepting lsl and 2nd Hen to J. II Matthews, Richmond, Ky. S. C. White Leghorns 1st cock, 1st hen, Mrs. John it. Gibson, Richmond, Ky. 1st cockerel, J. Coleman XelT, Richmond, Ky. 1st pullet, W. II. Besuden, Cincinnati, O. 2nd cock, 2nd lien; 2nd cockerel, 2nd pullet, 1st pen, Alex Ray, Jr., Valley View, Ky. Black Minorcas All awards to Walter Q. Park, Richmond, Ky. Black Orpingtons 1st and 2nd cock, 2nd hen, Walter Q. Park, Richmond, Ky. 1st hen, 1st cockerel, 1st pullet, W. H. Hesuden, Cincinnati, O. Mottled Anconas 1st cock, 1st and 2nd hen, Mrs. John R. Gibson, Richmond, Ky. 1st cockerel, 1st and 2nd pullet, W. H. Hesuden, Cincinnati, O. R. C. Rhode Island Whites 1st cock, 1st ben, Mrs. Harry S. Morgan, Whites Station, Ky. Silver Seabright Bantams 1st cock, 1st hen, Miss Virginia Gibbs, Terrell, Ky. Buff Orpingtons AH awards to W. H. Hesuden, Cincinnati, O.. excepting 2nd pullet lo C. I. Ogg, Berea, Ky. Tennessee Game Bantams All awards to Miss Gladys Burton, Whites Station, Ky. One of The Citizen's represenh- .tives, Mr. W. D. Smith attended tho Ml. Vernon fair two days and wishet l" publicly ackinwlcdge the courtesies shown him by Mr. Y.i Albright, Kdilor of The Signal, and-Mr- . W. H. Fish, Secretary ol the Fair Association, and lo say a word or praise of the high class or exhibits or horses, mules, colts and to commend the good order and apparent good nature manifest over all the grounds. THE MOODY BIBLE INSTITUTE Berea, Kentucky PREVENTION OF HYDRO- This Bank Wishes to Keep Constantly Before You Your Business 25,ooo AND IS PREPARED TO CARE FOR IT Capital Profits, $29,000 BEREA NATIONAL BANK BEREA, KENTUCKY J. L. GAY, Cashier To Peace Officers, Health Officers and the People of Kentucky X ivrcnt examination of dogs' heads from widely separated scolions 1)f uto shows a alanning pro: er vaIe(,(, ()f ,ry(,ropllob,n.-Ull(lthe authority conferred upon it by law, the. Stale Board of Hcallh hereby rc- quests and directs all persons owning valuable dogs to keep them up- ikfl Iheip nu'n nremicoa or fn linvit them carefully muzzled, and sheriffs, C0Ilslai,ie3 and he pj(ir ,)f nr( ,lprohv rmlP,. llirocle)1 , dpslroy as pain. ,,,Ml. as mssihlC( nU nniuzzled ( nmnillg aL arg0 wit, a view to ,u, irpvell,nlion of Hydrophobia. Vuihiro t obstfrvo this request is ,,y n,.e before any mag-wi- ll ,.,.. ,,... ,,,,,,,,,. js(ra,, have tlx' pleasure of reading ered at both morning and afternoon valuable articles in The Citizen from noon. Iltisiness sessions Lunch at week to week. May happiness and session of fifteen minutes at close .success be his as he takes up his of afternoon program. 'work in Washington, I). C. Let everybody come and Join In making this convention a success. Speaker will be conllueil lo twelve CARD OF THANKS minutes. We desire to express our sincere NARROW GAP MEETING SUNDAY nestly in the interests of his many ANNUAL SIXTH THE SCHOOL CONVENTION OF THE 'farmer friends with whom he has 'been working for the past two years. GLADE DISTRICT No other one llerea worker will be This convention will he hold at missed so much by the farmers far Hickory Plains School House, Satur- and near, as I'rof. Montgomery as he HU1, at 10 o'clock day, AuguM leaves this work. We will however a. m. Good programs will he rendhfa Saturday evening Narrow (lap enjoyed a rare treat from Dr. Robertson on the European War situation ami a farewell talk by I'rof. Montgomery. and heartfelt thanks to our many friends and kind neighbors for the kindness and sympathy shown us in our sad bereavement in the loss of our beloved son and brother, Harry (iahliard. We feel especially grateful lo Miss Dr. Itobertson made the lecture more interesting by the use of the map showing llio position of tho armies and the strongholds- of deIt was a very instructive fense. lecture and the people in attendance went home with a better idea of what is going on across the seas. I'rof. Montgomery spoke very ear Julia Foley null nil the friends for the Moral tributes, lev. Knglish for his eouoling words, the singers for their kind attendance, and to Me, I John Welch for his kind and elllci-eu fun manner of conducting r.d. The Hereaved Family. nt MDl This new six room dwelling; basement, 21x18 feet and dry as a powder house. All rooms nicely plastered, hardwood finish, four grates. 'All doors and windows screened. Located on Boone St., right at the new graded school. Also good barn and never failing water. .$1600 cash if sold before September 1. Address the owner. FOR SALE: W. B. HARRIS, Berea, Ky. TJiroIBi, arrangements with the LtHo, status Iublio Health Service, lh), Sat, oan, ()f H(,aU1, js cnable(1 ,( gjV(1 e paslt,ur treatment at the Bat.erioIogical Laboratory, Bowling 0.,Hn Kontneky, without expense, , imivlduals who liave been bitten hy ral)i(J (iogs 01. otllor animas. Dogs' beads suspected or being mad slinuI(, 8cnl to le Moratory, by 68 express prepaid, and the result of At the suggestion of President Wil- - t(l0 examination will be telephoned son, the office force f the Attorney r telegraphed General or the United States has be- -' , ,0 This ,hmpfl M gun an active investigation in he jnf()1.m , (u, Kentucky that sudden rise or food prices in the dif- , g jf erent parts or tho country Sugar , , , , has been pushed up ron. $l.S0 to T, , , 97.r,0 per hundred within a week , , p Flour from $i.i.r to $.).I0. In pork jaw and meats there has been a marked UI1(1(r oup mnds and Ui(? et a the same tune hero S(a, f , Sla(0 Board of HeaKh advance. 111 .is uuit-t.uu.iu .iitiinui a this AllgUSt II 19H. decline of $1.00 ier hundred pounds A. T. McConnack, Secretary. in hops, and uTr to 85c per hundred J. 0. South. President. pounds in cattle. The Department has stringent orders to proceed in the prosecution of those who are BEREA FAIR POULTRY SHOW PREMIUMS conspiring to raise food prices. Helovv we print a complete list ni Since the investigation began there has been a marked decline of from tllu premiums. awarded at tho Bo- 25c to HOc wholesale in Chicago ,l'a J'air- - Tllis was decidedly oi e most interesting features of "r Stock Yards. ,nu fair- - A" l,,t county fairs bavj Monroe Doctrine Saved the U. S. In a speech delivered al Hartford, m:ltl" similar exhibitions but none with tho interest and Conn.. Theodore Roosevelt devoted l,av" was apparent at Berea. of his discussion to making t,,!"3 manifest that ir the Monroe Doc- - Tho credit for the success is duo I. "'Hiring efforts or Mr. E. T. trine had not been steadfastly main- tained the United States would have I'"'8" who was instrumental in drawn into the Kuropeau War. traducing the new department. Mr. Harry Morgan and Mr. Stevens play-Th- o War Loans Discouraged an important part in making Un government United States through the President and Secretary interest greater. Judge Slado or the or State discourages nil efforts to hxperlment btatlon at Lexington lloat Kuropeau war loans in this proved himself lo bo a most compo- country. While individuals are at tent Judge. This display and tho 10- liherty to ptirchaso the bonds, tho suiting success in every way ought w interest in tho alr and government declines to (ako any re- - I" lH and mnko next year a greater sip. spousihilily in tho mailer. cess. Barred Rocks FLY THE STARS AND STRIPES. All awards lo J. C. Gilbert, Herea, Ky. White Rocks Washington. Germany has Informed the United States through Ambas- All awards lo J. Coleman NelT, Richmond, Ky. sador Gerard that she will respect the uoutrality of foreign ships which will exempting convoy American refugees from Ger- 1st Pullet and 2nd cock to W. II. many. The German government wont Itesudeii, Cincinnati, (). a step further by BtiKKestlng that this Buff Rocks government semi one of tho Hamburg-Americaliners from New York under All awards lo W, 1! Hesuden, Cincinnati, O. thu American flag and American S. L. Wyandotte to pick up refugees at aerman ports. Secretory Garrison accepted All awards lo Mrs. A. R. Gibbs, Terthe offer and asked that additional rell, Ky. HamburK-Amerlcaliners be seat for S. C. Brown Leghorns American refugees. AJI ivyards to Mrs. John II. Gibson. lUchinund, Ky. The Scoileld Correspondent Course has been purchased by Tho Moody Bible Institute of Chicago by which it will be conducted hereafter. This Course was founded more than twenty years ago by 'Ilov. C. I. Scoileld, famous as a Biblo teacher, and the author of the Scoileld Bible. Thousands of students have been enrolled in tho Courso all over tho world. FOR SALE: One Rubber tired Phoenix Buggy. Been used only two weeks. Cost 5110. Also set of $15.00 harness. Price $100 for buggy and harness. Would take good milch cow as part pay. (adj W. B. Harris, Berea. ,,, ,, Here is Your Chance you are a jeweler or wish lo one call. I have one of tho finest ilrst class kit of tools in Kentucky, with from $000 to $800 worlh of supplies going cheap. Jno. M. Creech, (a(P (Creech Studio) Berea. IT bo-co- ine 1 111- MM Is Deliriously Smooth The real test of quality in a drink lies in its smoothness. with this characteristic of Par-fa- y as you take the first sip. You will find a richness, a mel low smoothness that is Parfay's own. lat "'t suf-one-h- air en You will be struck satisfying, it is refreshing and it is wonderfully mellow and smooth. Parfay is good, it is .Here. There. Everywhere, At founts CJp or Bottled n oil!-cer- e n These Good Dealers Serve Parfay PORTER-MOOR- E DRUG CO. W. C. ENGLE Page Sir. tie citizm. August 20, 1914 n 77ie Land of Broken Promises By DANE COOLIDGE Author of IIIit A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution " But on tho evening after tbelr spat "What tho matter, Bud?" rallied Dud sat off to ono side, nnd even Pblt'a Phil, after ho bad jollied htm for a sprightly and vcntrlloqulstlo convers.v week; "you're getting mighty quiet lately. Got anothor hunch like that Oon with ono you had up at Agua NegraT" called forth only a fleeting smile, "Nope," grinned Bud; "but 111 tell ! Bud was thinking, nnd when engaged In that arduous occupation even you ono thing If old Aragon don't soon I'm gotho saucy llttlo girl behind the door spring something pretty too ing to get uneasy. IIo's could not begullo him. about this." Hut, nftcr ho had studied It all out "Maybe ho thinks wo'ro etuck," sugcome to a definite conclusion, ho and gested Do Lancey. did not deliver an ultimatum. Tbo old, "Well, he's awful happy about somesmllo simply came back seo by tho thing," to his rugged faco; ho rolled a cigar-otto- ; way ho said Hud. "I can eyo of his droops that gamo nnd then for tho reet of tho eveway that ho knows ning ho lay back and enjoyed the and smiles that working for him. It wo don't Only in tho morning, when wo'ro show. every tap of this title they went out to tho corral to get their get a we to on It mine, to Is nil tho good do. with work his war-bahorses, be carried on him nnd, nfter throwing tho saddlo to Copper Bottom, ho did tho samo for their sparo mount "What are you going to pack out. Bud?" Inquired Phil, and Hud slapped bed for nn answer. his canvas-covereThen, with a heave, ho snaked It out of tho harnessroom whero It had been stored and slung It deftly across tho dog-gone- d good-naturegood-natureg d pack-saddl- THE FIGHTING FOOL," 'HIDDEN WATERS.7 "THE TEXICA.N," Etc Illustrations by DON J. LAVIN fCoovrltht. HH.bT Frank A. Munsty.l "Mira.' said Bud, laying his finger upon tho smirking vlsngo of one of the comic characters, "look, and I will tell you tho story." And so, with laborious care, he translated tho colored fun, whtlo the llttlo Mendczcs squirmed with excitement and leaped with Joy. Even the slmplo souls of El Tuerto and MaHa wer moved by the comlcas, and Mon-ilebecame so Interested that he learned the words by heart, tho bolter to explain them to others. Hut as for Mexican treachory, Hud could find none ot It. In fact, finding , and them so slniplo-heartoho becamo half ashnmcd of his early suspicions and waited for the return of Phil to explain Don Clprl-nno- 's x holl steal something but he might take a notion to quit tho country." "Why, what fort" challenged Da Lancey. "IIo's got his wlfo and family hero."' "Why, what'o tho matter?" said Do Lancey, when they were on their way; "don't you like the hotel?" "Hotel's fine," conceded Bud, "but I reckon I'd better camp out at tho mine. Want to keep my eye on that Mexican of ours." "Ayr, he's all right!" protested Phil. "Sure," said Hud; "I ain't afraid j I "That's nothing to a Mexican!" countered Bud. "But I ain't figuring on tho excuse ho'd give that won't buy mo nothing what I want to do la to keep him from going. Because If wo loso that Mex now, we lose our mine." "No 'and' to It," said Bud doggedly. "We ain't going to loso him." "Hut If wo did." persisted Do Lancey, "why, then you think " "Tour friend would get it," finished Hooker grimly. "Ah, I seo," nodded Do Lancey, noting tho accent on "friend." "You don't approve of my making friends "And" It Was a Merry Company, Indeed. for him, that's a cinch. So sit down now and think It out Where's tho ) "Well," mused Phil, "tho gold Is hero somewhere. Ho knows wo're not fooled there. And he knows we're with Aragon." right after It, the way wo're driving "Oh, that's all right," shrugged the this cut In. Our permit Is good ho differbig cowboy; "It won't make no hasn't tried to buffalo Mendez and the charge. t ence now. Oo ahead, if you want to." it's a cinch ho can't denounce the "Where does your boy II vo now?" "You mean you can get along with- claim himself." ho asked with flattering solicitude, tho out meT" "Maybe he figures on letting us do better to make him talk, "and Is ho "No," answered Bod, "I don't mean all the work and pay all the denounce- old enough to understand tho picnothing except what I say. If you ment fees and then spring something tures?" " propounded Hud. j "Ah, yes!" beamed Mender, "he Is want to palaver around with Aragon, big on old go to It, I'll round up Mendez and his "Scare lm up or buy 1m off. and have twelvo years old. Ho lives with his family and keep 'em right there at the him transfer the title to him. That's mother now nnd my little daughter. mine until we get them papers signed the way he worked Kruger." too. Tbelr mamma Is tbo woman or "Well, say," urged Phil, "let's go the mayordomo of tho Senor Aragoi after that I don't care what happens." ahead with our denouncement beforo a bad man, very ugly sho la not mar"Oh, all right," murmured De Lanhe starts something. Besides, tho ried to him." cey in a subdued tone; but If his con- warm weather la coming on now, and "Hut with you" suggested Hud. re-science smote him for the moment it If we don't get a move on we're likely gardlng him with a steely stare. did not lead to the making of any sen to get run out by tho revoltosos." "Only by tho Judge!" exclaimed "Nope," said Bud; "I don't put this Mendei virtuously. "It was a love-- , timental New Year's resolutions, for be stopped when ho came to the storo Into Mendez's hands until I know be'a match, and the priest did not como and exchanged salutations with Ara- our man and It I ever do go ahead I'll so we were married by the Judge. keep him under my gon, who was lounging expectantly until Then this bad mayordomo stole her the last paper Is signed, belter saa, I away from me tho pig and I marhis door. "Buenos dlas, Don Clpriano!" he know we're In bad somewhere, but ried Maria Instead. Maria la a good hailed. "How are you this morning ?" hurrying up won't help none. woman and I married her before the "Ah, good morning, Don Felipe," re"Now I tell you what we'll do you priest but I lovo my other children, sponded Aragon, stepping forth from go to the mining agent and get copies too, even though they are not lawful." the shadow of the door. "I am very of all our papers and send them up to "So you married your first wife bee well, thank you and youT" that Gadsden lawyer. I'm going to go foro the Judge," observed Bud cynical-ty- , "The same!" answered Phil, as It It down and board with Mendez and see "and this one beforo the priest. Hut were a great piece of news. "It is fine If I can read his heart." how could you do that, unless you had weather no?" So they separated, and while Phil been dlvorcod?" "ice, but a little dry I" said Aragon, stayed in town to look over the rec"Ah, senor," protested Mendez, holdand so they passed It back and forth ords Bud ate his beans and tortillas ing out his hands, "you do not underlu tho accepted Spanish manner, whilo with the Mendez family. stand. It Is only the church that can Bud hooked one leg over the born of They were a happy little family, really marry tho Judge does It only his Baddle and regarded the hacienda comfortably Installed In the stone for the money. Maria Is my true wife with languid eyes. y and we have three nice children house that Mendez bad built, and But as his gaze swept the length of getting fat on three full meals a but aa I am going through La. Fortuna, corrector It halted for day. From his tent farther up tho I should like to show tho picture paper the a moment and a slow smile came over canyon Bud could look down and to my boy." his face. In the green depths of a watch the children at play and see the Bud regarded him In meditative passion-flowe- r vine be bad detected comely Indian wife as she cooked by then be rose up and began a dea quick, blrdllko motion; and then tho open Are. termined search for the funny sheet. suddenly, like a transformation ecene, "All right," he said, handing it ovor, Certainly no one could be more Inho beheld a merry face, framed and nocent and contented than she was, "and here Is a panoche ot sugar for Illuminated by soft, golden locks, peer- and El Tuerto was all bows and pro- your little girl tho one In La Fortuna. s. ing out at him from among the testations of gratitude. And yet, you It is nothing," be added, as Mendez Except for that brief smile be never can tell. began bis thanks. no Blgn that he saw her, and made "Hut oh, you marrying Mexican," he Bud had moved out of tho new house when he looked up again the faco bad to furniBh quarters for El Tuerto and continued, relapsing Into his mother disappeared. had favored him In every way; but tongue aa El Tuerto disappeared; "you Don Clpriano showed them about his this same consideration might easily certainly havo dished us right," mescal plant, where bis men kept a bo misinterpreted, for tho Mexicans continual stream of liquid Are running are slow to understand kindness. CHAPTER IX. from the copper worm, and gave each So, while on the one hand be had a raw drink; but though Do Lancey treated them generously, be had alNot the least ot the causes which gazed admiringly at the house and ways kept his distance, leBt they be have brought Mexico to the brink ot praised the orange treed that bung tempted to presume. But now, with the abyss Is the endless quarrel beover tho garden wall, Spanish hospi- Phil In town for a few days, he took tween church and Btate, which haa altality could go no farther, and tho visit hla meals with Maria, who waa too most dostroyed the sanctity of marended In a series of adloses and much-a- a awed to say a word, and made friends riage and left, besides, a pitiful hergraclases. itage ot deserted women and fatherwith tho dogs and tho children. "Quick work!" commented Phil, us The way to tho dog's heart was easy, less children as Us toll they rode toward the xnlno; "the old almost direct, and be finally won tbo Many an honest laborer baa peonod man has got over his grouch." attention of llttlo Poncho and Joseta himself to pay the priest for hla mar"Urn," mused Bud, with a quiet, Sunday supplement riage, only to be told that It Is not brooding smile; and the next time bo with a This gaudy Institution, with Its spicy legal In the eyes ot the law; and many rodo Into town he looked for the and startling Illustrations, had another, married by the Judge, baa masked face among the flowers and stories even to the wilds of Sonora, been gravely Informed by the padre again. That waa the way Ora-cl- a penetrated emlled and every Sunday aa regularly aa the that the woman Is only hla mistress, Aragon affected them all. paper came Bud sat down and had hla and the children born out ot wedlock. He did not point out tbo place to So that now, to be sure that she la laugh over the funny page. Phil, nor betray her by any sign. All But to Pancbo, who waa alz years wedded, a woman must be married be did waa to glance at her once and old and curloua, thla same highly col- twice, and many a couple, on account then ride on hla way, but somehow hi ored sheet waa a mystery ot mysteries, of the prohibitive fees, are never marheart stood atlll when he met her saw tho blf American ried at all eyea, and hla daya became filled with and when he Crua Mend waa no different from laughing be crept up and looked at It a pensive, brooding toelaochQly, tae ma .ol his. olasa, and he believed wistfully, one-eyeOne-Eye,I I bo-to- re rap-Idlvine-coverbios-Boniwell-worn Jokerr complacency. Hut tho next Sunday, as Hud lay reading In his tent, tho mystery solved Itself. Crux Mcndoz camo up from the house, hat In baud and an apologetto smllo on his face, nnd after tho customary roundabout remarks ho asked tho boss as a favor if ho would lend him tho page ot comic pictures. "Seguro!" nssented Hud, rolling over nnd rumbling ror mo lunny sneci; then, falling to find It instantly, ho Inquired: "What do you want It forr "Ah, to show to my boy!" explained HI Tuerto, his ono eye lighting up with pride. "Who Pancho?" "Ah, no, senor," answered Mendez simply, "my boy In La Fortuna, the ono you have not seen." Hud stopped fumbling for the paper nnd ent up suddenly. Hero was a new light on their faithful servitor, and one that might easily take away from his value as a dummy locator. "Oh!" ho eald, and then: "How many children have you, CruzT" Criiz smiled deprecatlngly, as parents will, and turned away. "By which woman?" he Inquired, and Bud became suddenly very calm, fearing the worst. For It Cruz was not legally married to Maria, he could not transfer the mining claim. "By alt of them." ho said quietly. "Five In all," returned Cruz "threo by Maria, ns you know two by ray lint woman and one other. I do not count him." old reprobate!" "Well, you muttered Hud In his throat, but ho passed it off and returned smiling to Honestly tnal be waa married to tho comely Maria, but Hooker could havo enlightened him on that point If be bad cared to do It, Hud waa playing a gamo, with the Eagle Tall mine for a stako; and, being experienced at poker, ho stood pat and studied bis hand. Without doubt Mendez had lost bis usefulness as a locator ot tho mine, since Maria was not his legal wife and could not sign tho transfer papers as such. According to tho law ot the land, tho woman now living with Aragon's mayordomo was the "legitimate" wlfo ot tbo contract, and she alono could relcaao title to tho mine onco Mendez denouncod the claim. Hut Mendez had not yet donounccd thu claim though for a period of omo thirty days yet ho had tho exclusive privilege ot doing so and Hud lid not Intend that ho should. Meanwhile they must walk softly, loavlng Aragon to still hug tho delu-lio- n that ho would soon, through hla mayordomo, havo them In his' power and when the full sixty days of Crux Mendez's mining permit had expired thoy could locato tho tnlno again. Hut how and through whomT That waa tho question that Hud was studying uon when Phil rodo up tho trail, and In his abstraction ho barely returned his gay greeting. "Well, cheer up, old top!" cried throwing bis bridle-reinto the ground and striding up to tho tent. "What ho, let down tho portcullis, me lord seneschal! And cease your vain repining, Algernon our papers are all 0. K. and the lawyer says to go ahead. Uut that isn't halt tho newsl Say, wo had a danco up at the hotel last night s J ! I Wet Weather A "Bert Clark," camo the answer. S Murphy struck a match and peered name of the lower atep. at the carved "That's right" ho admitted. Tbe man hnd stopped to the door, Inserted the key nnd turned the lock. ! Detective Story By COURTNEY RYLEY COOPER CopjrliBt WWW Fraak A. Mssmv Ce. WW V WWW WW WW WW Where the darkness was most dense waited Murphy uf the Ilnrrlson street station, his tin iid.i deep In his pockets, his bend shut forward. Ho had been waiting a long time, starting now nnd then nt the sound of n step on the iulct old street, slinking further bnck Into tbo shnduws nt the rumbling approach of the straggling cars, waiting nnd scowling. There win something nliout Murphy which Indicated thnt he wns obeying orders ngnlnit tils will and his better Judgment 'Tips'' come often to police headquarters. But Just the same, Murphy waited. Suddenly bis position elm need. Ills bnnds en me out of the pockets and swung aimlessly for a second nt his sides before they gripped. Uo leaned forwnnl nnd listened. It enme again n whistle, low, yet sharp. Murphy's Hps puckered, nnd. note for note, they answered tho slg nal. A wnlt. It enmo ngaln, Murphy stepped forwnnl. crossed the street bin bend lowered, his hnnci fiTTl I , ind I sure you did," broke In Hud; "but listen to this!" And he told him of El Tucrto's matrimonial entangle"Yes ments. met" I lV-Z-- ll a a f sbbbibbmbibmM "Why, the crooked devil!" exclaimed leaping up at tho finish. "Oyez! Mendez!" "Don't say a word," warned Hud, springing to tho tout door to Intercept him, "or you'll put us out of business It is nothing," he continued In Spanish bs Mendez camo out ot bis house, "but put Don Fcllpo's borso In thu corral Do Lancey, 1 when he Is cool." "SI, senor with great pleasure!" smirked Mendez, running to get tho borso, and after he had departed Hud turned back and shook his head. "Wo can't afford to quarrel with Mr. Mendez." ho Bald; "because It Aragon ever gets hold ot him wo'ro ditched. Jest let everything run on like we'd overlooked something until thcslxty days are up then, It we get away with It, we'll locato the mlno our- 0 BIOWT.T AND HMII.IMOI.T MKWOIIKEU COJIIIINATION. 1 TUX selves." "Yes; but how?" "Well, thoy's two ways," returned Hud; "either hunt up another Mexican citizen or turn Mexican ourselves." "Turn Mexican!" shrilled Phil, and then he broko down and laughed. "Well, you're a great ono, Hud," bo chortled; "you sure are!" "I como down hero to get thla mlno," aald Hud laconically. "Yes, but you'ro a Texan or was one!" "That makes no difference," answered Hud stoutly. "The hot weather Is coming on revolution Is likely to begin any time and there ain't a single Mexican we can trust. Jest ono more break now and we loso out now bow about It?" "Who's going to turn Mexican?" questioned Do Lancey, "you or mo?" "Well I will, then!" "No, you won't, cither!" cried Phil, forgetting his canny shrewdness. "I'll I'm half Mexican aldo It myself! ready, I've been eating chill so long!" "Now here," began Hud. "listen to me. I've been thinking this over all day and you Jest beard about It The man that turns Mexican la likely to get mixed up with the authorities and have to skip tho country, but the other feller Is in the other way he'a got to stay with tho works till hell froozce over. "Now you'ro an engineer and you know how to open up a mlno I don't So, If you say bo, I'll take out tbo papers and you hold the mine or If you want to you can turn Mex." "Well," said De Lancey, hla voice suddenly becoming soft and pensive, -- might aa well 1 tall you. Bud. that rm thinking or settling In this country, anyway. Of course, I dont look at Aragon the way you do I think you are prejudiced and misjudge him bat ever since I've known Oracla lu one of liU pock iippronehed tho hnzy form before him. 'Hello!" lie said shortly. The man turned, uud Murphy no tlcod he wns young, well dressed and apparently surprised nt his voice. "Hello!" came the reply. "Waiting for bonielxxly ?" Murphy's bend still was craned forward the least bit He wits searching tbe face which showed dimly before him In a vain attempt to recognize some feature of the "mug room " lie walked a step closer. "Waiting for somebody?" he ques tloned nguin The uimi laughed. "Yes. U'hyr "Thought so. You'll find him at hendqunrters In the cnptnln's otllce." He put forth n bund. The young man drew bark just n trifle. "I I don't quite understand." be on swered. "You'll understand after awhile, then. Murphy's uiy name, from beud grasping Moim'thing etx. lie quarters." "A detective?" "Yes." "Hut what's that got to do with me! I'm not wanted for unythlng unless waiting for a friend Is something." Murphy noticed (hero was a boyish something nlioiit the fare when the man before him Mulled. "Clark's my name. I've Just lieen to n party over on Knlnuintli ami wns coming home There were two of us, you kuow two couples -- and we Just decided that when we had taken the girls home we'd meet here nnd go over to uiy house for the night. The folks are nil away. Hut" be laughed the least bit "I spent s good deal of time saying good night and I guess be went on to his own home. I" Tho scowl which Murphy had worn deepened a lilt "You don't look like a crook," he said at last "Where do you live?" Elizabeth." "Who's there that can Identify your' There was a bit of an embarrassed "1201 I've" "Oracla!" repeated Bud; and then, stirred by some great and unreasoning anger, be rose up and threw down bis bat pettishly. "I'd think. Phil," be muttered, "you'd be satisfied with all the other girls In the world without" "Now here I" shouted Phil, rising aa unreaaontngly to his feet, "don't you aay another word against that girl, or taugb. "Nobody tight now. The folks are ill away. I'm the only one home, you know. That's why I waa going to have Bob stay all night with me. I" "Have you got the key to the house?" A Uatlessness hnd come Into Murphy's voice. "The key? Why. of courser "That's enough, let's see you work minutes later they stood before "Shut your mouth, you little the veranda of a wide fronted house shrimp!" bellowed Bud, wheeling upon Ave blocks away. Murpby bent as he him menacingly. "You teem to think started to ascend the steps to the veyou're the only man in tha world randa and felt the stone uf tbe lower Bud!" cried Phil in "What did you say your name was?" "you don't mean to tell ma you're) be asked again. In oye with Oracla tool" (CeatiBuasl BXt WMkj;, dla-gu- 111" that" slush "Oh, atep. He looked up. Murphy grinned. "Just n mistake, that's nil. I'm sorry. A fellow will mnke mistakes that waa. you know. I was looking for a couple of Icebox robbers that have been swiping stuff off these apartment Hope you don't Sorry. porches. mind?" Tbo man on the porch laughed a bo swung open the door and prepared to step Inside. "Oh. that's nit right" he called cheerily. "Good night!" The Lynx stood In tho hall for Just a moment nfter he hnd closed tho door, listening for the fading steps of the plnln clothes mnn without and. hearing them, smiled to himself. Hlowly ho felt for the curtains nnd pulled them. Then he switched on tho lights. "Jane wns right." he said to himself as ho looked around the hall beforo blm. "It's nil ns she said. Now, It sho hasn't got the wrong dope about no them beating It I'm nil right" seemed to draw his cent nhont him tighter, and there cntne n little white Into bis fnre "Thnt gink may be waiting outside to see If I'll light the npstnlrs," he mused. "I've got to risk It" v Slowly he ncended the stnlra nnd ns silently ns the animal whose nnmo ho bore. Softly lie felt along the wall for tho switch button, then hesitated. The Lynx wns not In the habit of traveling under full cnndlo power In other bouses than Ills own. Perhaps nfter nil Jnne's Information had been wrong. I'erhsps-- n moment more of hesitation, tnen tho click of I the switch. With iinlmnl swiftness tho eyes of the Lynx traveled beje, there, through each open door ns the light of tho ball dlsplnycd bedroom nfter bed- j room, quiet nnd destitute of humanity. Tho Lynx smiled. "And thnt harness bull In plnln clothes took me word," be said sarcastically "Hut In case he's wultlng for mo to go to !od" He walked noisily Into tho front room nnd snapped tho switch. There was no need far quiet now. Jane had been right The family was gone; all (nvas easy, nnd there wns the llttlo wnll mm. sate He pulled the shades one by ono I and, stnndlug In front of them, took off his coat nnd his collar, lie pulled a chair close to tbe window nnd sat In It for a moment that his shadow might show on the shade. He listened. He heard the steps of omo one start from lu front of the house nnd echo more and more faintly up the stres-- t Agnlu the I.yux mulled to himself. He ' lit n cigarette. He had been right then, nfter nil Murphy of the plnln I clothes squad was tiHStircd. And It was then, ns the steps faded, that tho Lynx became active. A dnrt to tbe opposite wall, n click, nnd the room wns In darkness. He raised the t shade that the light of n neighboring street lamp might cast Its soft glare un the wall safe tiefiire hltu. Then he began his work Quietly, quickly he turned tho llttlo knob and listened for the click of the tumblers within Again, again, again, again, and he noted the numbers as the tumblers fell. Once more slowly nnd smilingly be worked tho combination, ami what he sought lay beforo him. Not so much. It Is true, but the Lynx was not a Keener of vast wealth. Solitaires nre easier to dUKse of than necklaces. After all. five hundred n night Is not so bad, especially when me has a pollremnn to aid oue. The Lynx whistled n bit under bis breath nnd tucked the proceeds of his work safely In tils hatband. There wero sumo paers Tbe Lynx passed theui by. lie knew tbero would be no money. Slowly tie closed the safe nnd pasted to the next room. Fur the Lynx needed a revolver. He found It where he hnd believed he would Qud It. under n pillow and passed oil Quite nlmlesMly be wandered through tbe house, rilling s drawer now mid then by the light of his llttlo searchlight merely fur the curiosity of It. He sought the downstairs and looked at the silver un rv. It wns heavy and solid. Knives and forks he tucked Into thu aperture lu the lining uf his nothing, feeling cautiously now nuit then to be sure that nowhere did there iippenr n betraying bulge, stinking himself n bit to bo certain that silver did not touch silver with Its clink, which would cause trouble cm tho wny home. Ten mlsutes mure uf work, and again the Lynx laughed. "And a fly cop takes me to tbe houso Just for the company of It." be amlrk-e"Jane did a good Job, she did. .tune's a good girl. Mnybo sumo of these days If I keep on getting dippy ver her we'll hook up msybe." Ho felt himself ngaln. Ho pocketed the llttlo kearchllght and fumbled his way to tho door. Ho oened It and recoiled atepped out on tbe iwrcli-a- nd st the touch of n human hand. "All right kid." came the voice of the man outside; "I thought you'd hang yourself If 1 gave you enough rope. You see, kid, we wasn't sure that Jsno womun, would stick to her giveaway, so I Ju'st thought I'd be sure or the dope." "Jane?" The Lynx trembled a bit "Yob," said Murphy of the Harrison street station; "she kicked lu tonight Hot conscience or something and coughed It all up about making the Impression of the key nnd all that stuff. Hated to do It at that, but she n)u't built for that sort of work, honest That'a 1 good kid, that Jane. I klnda like her. ttnlnlng a bit harder, nln't It?" Hut tbe Lynx did not answer. e d. August 20, J 01 4. thk crnzm loving lad, mw a dogloplng down the trcet snarling and barking. A cry of "mad dog" was railed. The young man, sajs the Loulsvlllo Courier-Journa- l, abowed bla contempt for the popular rlew by remaining In the line of the doga progress to apeak kindly to It The dog bit him, but bo paid do attention to tho wound. Three month later hydrophobia developed, and ran Ita eourao to a fatal ending. Doga bould bo looked after at all tlmea, Pace Sevan. IN THE HOME INNOCENT QUESTIONS. They Somatlmas Yield Surprising ! aulta HsrVs On That Did. u ON'T you sing something" ho YY naked when they were nlono Citizen Prizes For School Children of the Moun tains The Citizen proposes to get ac quainted with the bright boys and girls who are attending the publio schools of the mountains this Summer. Wo wish to know what you aro thinking nbout, and to seo how brightly you can express your thoughts in school pieces. We offer a Prize for every school. Wo ask tho teacher In each school to appoint an hour (wo suggest the third Friday of August) for tho reading of compositions by tho older 8cholais. In every district in which ns many ns four good compositions aro read wo will send Tho Citizen for ono year to tho author es of tho ono which tho teacher is tho best. Here are the conditions: 1. Kach composition must bo tho real thought of tho boy or girl who writes it and not borrowed from any book or older person, and must contain from 400 to 800 words. 2. The writers may chooso their own subjects and titles but wo sug gest for boys "A Man Fit to bo an Example-and for girls "A Woman Fit to bo an Example." Do not lake any ono person, but just imagine a person with tho good qualities which you havo seen hero and more, uo not lako a great public man like Lincoln though you may use somo things that wero in Lincoln, but do scribo a man or woman fit to bo an example right in your own county. 3. Ho suro to make it interesting Start wilh something startling nnd concludo with something conclus ivc. Get in Jokes and stories. Make your hearers seo things as you do, 4. Wrilo with ink, on ono sido of tho paper, only. Underscore your title, make good sentences and group them in paragraphs and havo a composition fit to print. 5. Tho teacher must send tho four best compositions at least four with tho names and post-o- fflco address of tho authors to Tho Citizen, and tell which ono is in Ills Judgment the best. To tho au thor of that essay The Citizen will bo sent free for ono year. Tho teacher shall grade tho pa pcrs on tho scale of 100, allowing; 35 points for soundness and im portanco of tho thought presented, 35 points for tho interesting way in which tho thought is presented, 10 points for correct structuro of sentences, use of words, paragraph ing and capitalization. 10 points for correct spelling. 10 points for clear handwriting. Three Prizes for the Best of AH, Thcso compositions that are judged best in tho different schools will then bo compared by; our Man aging Edilor, Mr. wcrtenuergcr, ana friends he may select to assist him, and tho best three of them will havo still larger prizes. Tho valuo of thcso larger prizes will depend upon tho number of schools competing. If thoro aro as many as ono hundred schools com peting tho prizes will bo: First Prize. School Bills, (Board, Room, Incidental Fees) for ono year in Bcrca, $81 to $9I.C0, according to tlio department entered. Second Prize. School Bills for two terms in Bcrca, $58.50 to $05.10. Third Prize. School Bills for ono term in Bcrea (Fall term is longest) $20.50 to $32.90. If thcro aro less than 100 competi tors tho prizes will bo one-ha- lf the abovo amounts. Now Boys and Girls, begin to think, and to write Wo hopo to havo soiiiq of thcso compositions to print in Tho Citizen right soon. Now teachers, it is for you to start your bright scholars. Mako August 21 a big day in your district, Who knows but that you may do velop in your school tho winner among a hundred competitors? Somebody isi going to havo each of thcso prizes. Why not somo of your scholars? well-written do-cid- SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door AHIiaiiKh wo it)" not hear Anil If today the lirnvjr wins Ot sorrow la opprefnlnR together. "Please excuso mo," she replied. "I don't feel llko Ringing thli evening. I would much rntlicr sit hero nnd havo you tnlk to nic. Tell ma about yourself." "There's nothing Interesting to say and especially In hot weather, and about me. I hnve not hnd an exciting with access to water as well aa career." sufficient food. It la unnecessary, and "Hut I should tike to henr nbout your extremely brutal, to assumo that every work, your Idenla, nnd nil that, you dog that Is sick or out of sorts la know." "Why do you caro whnt my Ideals "mad," and treat It accordingly. Hat It Is unwise to court contact with a nro?" "I nm nlwnya Interested In every snapping suspect In order to show that TERSE FOR THIS WEEK man's Idenla. Men nro so Interesting. your belief as to hydrophobia Is at They nlwnys hnvo some aim In life Hop. variance' with tho popular view. That aside from marriage Girls generally There li no grave on earth's broad chart form of argument may prove costly, as think only of that. It seems so silly Hut linn tome Mnl to cheer It. well as unconvincing. nnd ho uninteresting." Go liope sings on In every bread, pro-Tide- d Berea's Vocational Schools Training that adds to your money-earnin- g power, combined with general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, fJommar-da- l. FOR Y,OUNG LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking, Cooking Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Eoundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with soma vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, w can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Coarse It Perchance tomorrow' run may The weary heart n bleating'. trim . Salada For Summer. should bo nil Important fen turo of ttio summer menu. They trtnpt ,tho nppctlto nnd If they nro carefully . They mny tniiilc. nro onslly bo nourishing nnd ilnliity. They need not lo Itenvjr nnd rich. They enn bo mado to utlllr.o la n pnlntnlilo wny various leftovers. And, most Important of nil, tlioy succcst n wny to utilize almost every one of the wholesome fruits and vegetable of the summer. A cotnbliintlon nnlnd la n Rood sort to erro when there nro odds nnd ends of vcgetablea In the rvfrlKurntor. A inact- .dolno of vegetables cold boiled peas. string beans, diced licet. (II nil tomn-tocnnd other leftover vegetables mixed with French dressing nnd nerved on lettuce la un economical salad, for it con he mado rif whatever vegetable tlio refrigerator liolda. Salad dlcr-stcds Everybody Girls dear, nnd married girls. I am not trying to. encourngo tho IJny spark of vanity that grows In ovory liiiman heart, but I nm trying to swell tho liny spark of that should grow in overy human mind. If the gracious Father abovo had wanted us to bo ugly, ho would havo inado us without hair or teeth or complexions or eyelashes; but instead, ho mado almost every ono wilh at least ono nltracllvo feature. If you aro plain, I think that it is easy to acquire charm by tlio neatness and hecomingness of your clothiiur. And. girls dear, if you aro pretty, it is your duty to mako tho most of God 8 gift to you. Tlio Christian Herald. Good-looking self-respe- ct "Mnrrlngo?" "Yes." "Haven't you ever thought of getting "Oh, If you lnslxt on 'dragging In tho mnrrled?" subject I suppose I may ns well glvo In first ns last. Hut what made you think Ilcrnld. I cared for jou The Same Reason. Young lletbt had Just told his mother ot his engagement to n charming young woman who wns not blessed with much of this world's goods, nnd ho met with liuinedtnto objection. Now, mother, denr," snld tho young man, "don't bo nngry with mo for fall ing In love with her. Ilealdca, you wero it poor girl when you flret met fa- For thoso who aro not expecting to leach and who aro not going thru College, but desiro moro general education. This is Just the thing for those preparing for medcal studies or other professions without a college course. It also gives tho best general education for thoso who wish a good start in study and expect to carry it on oy themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives tho very best training for thoso who expect to teeh. Courses arc so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to kecpright on in their course of study. Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course ther." Yes." replied .Mrs. Hctts, "so I was Hut so wiih your father poor. And l mnrrled hi in because I know he would succeed." Well, mother," ho said, "nnd she Is going to marry mo because ho did. Don't you Bee)" Philadelphia Public Ledger. Wigwagging. Each of the ladles wore n brilliant wig. Strange to any, no two wero alike In hue. Let's accomplish something worth while," said tho lady who preferred green. "Hut whnt can wo accomplish)" ask ed the lady In blue. "Women can accomplish nnytblng If they put their head together." Ho they put their heads together nnd nccoinpllslu-n rnlnbow. Cleveland , Plain Dealer. This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Hirtory and all preparatory subjects. Tb Academy is now Berea's largest department. 6th Door- - Berea College This is tho crown of the wholo Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. The easiest way to mnkc fruit butter la to rook fruit, press through colander, ndd sugar. our In n largo crock or Jar nnd place lu n hot oven. At flret put on iKitlom of oven nnd when It commence to boll plnce a slide, under It requires no stirring and does not platter stove or burn the hands and makes richer. Ietter butter. When canning peaches use peelings for butter. recllug!i from una bushel will mako four quarts of butter. Cantaloupe Split. Chrll cantaloupe, cut In hnlves. lcngthwlM', scrape deeds awny, 1111 hoi What word Is represented) Place low with vntilltu I co cream. Ma 177fi Chanda. halve firmly together nnd lay on Ice every- to freeze. When ready to servo run Ur Ural you will nnd In my whole, IICI V. allvcr knife between the halves, which In unn. mnillh Hht DW.Vt A.t hIII epnniten the fruit, also slicing the My eeconil you're sure tu put Into your ii iiuir cream evenly over each half. Sprinkle nrai inmK wncn jruu urea, ui ihduhi chopped liuts. preserved berries, with But In hamlllnc my wholo you would bet i minced pineapple or any fruit or ter uewarv. preserves. That'ir ever "my flret ehould get Into.your tutti-frutt- Fruit Gutter. Questions Answered 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 the benefit of ,its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far aa possible for students to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students coma from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For any who may bo sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra "Have you any part of nn nutomobtlc that you don't want)" 'I might give you nn old tire what's tho Idea'" "You know how our grandmothers used to make crazy quilts for the needy?" Yes." 'On the same principle I nm trying to assemble an automobile for n poor Louisville woman who lias none." Courler-Journnl. Welfare .Work. RECIPE FOR BEAUTY. You'd put In my eecond In vain! Bo many ladles, especially tho young Enigma. ones, ono meets on tbo streets, ore I am a compound word composed to mako of eleven letters. rouged up and powdered up My 1. 7. II Is n month. themselves beautiful. Of course, It My 8. 10. 3. 2 la a crippled condi doesn't It makes them rather look These tion. sickly, weak and wretched. My 0. 4. 0 is what Is spared to spoil powdered faces bow deathlike so painted the child. many of them seem! and tho My 0 Is a pronoun. chocks what a travesty on female The whole conies every spring. I Of course, they are not all beauty Answer Memorial day. bo, possibly moit of them, but there Why Girls Like to Look Pretty are enough to make sensible men feel In tlio August Woman's Homo that tho other sex la guilty of worse things than chewing tobacco or play Companion appears a friendly lalk tng pool. Bo Important Is this matter to cirls who lovo beauty. I ho autn from a medical point of view that tho or o.xnlains. as follows, why as a Journal of tho American Medical as girl sho wanted to bo beautiful and soclatlon gives this prescription for tho reason that i9 generally at tho beauty: "For giving tho face a good bottom of a desiro for beauty: Mr wnnloil tho nower which, al color, get one pot of rouge and ono rabbit's foot, Ilury them two miles from ready, without reasoning about it, homo, and walk out and back onto a I knew beauty to possess. "And that is. I am sure, al mo not day to see If they aro still there. There Is advlco worth minding. There inm of nverv cirl's wish for beauty, Is moro beauty In following this than though she herself may not know ll. In taking a ton of the drug beauty And all this ciantran lalk about van stuff. Tho nrtltlo goes to say: "Tho ilv is vorv ciantran indeed resuio avorago man of rational, clean mind this real reason. Wo want beauty would prefer to seo colored wigs and becauso it is a power, and let an ttio rougo on tho women ot tho chorus and mothers and older pcoplo shako tho public tangolBt rather than on his their heads at mo if thoy like it is right and normal and healthy own fetnlnlno kinsfolk." for a cirl to want power, and I Battlefield Suratry. As tho Maine troops wero leaving the hnttletleld of tho llrwt Hull Hun n BOl ller Ktentieit un to one of tho olllcersot tint Fifth reelment ami requested tlr loan of u knife. Tlio olllcer took out common pocketknlfe and bunded It to tho Boldler, who sat tiownni mo mucin tlin mini milleil un tho leg of his trou sera und deliberately dug a musket ball out of his leg. Theu bo Jumped op and resumed his march. imir Sense of Aloofnees. 'Don't you think your choice of words Is rather likely to prevent your thoughts from being understood)" 'Of course," replied Professor Deep- well, "when n man goes to as much trouble as I do In getting thoughts to gether he doesn't feel llko scattering them nrouiid for any and everybody to understand." Washington Star. The Truth Teller. charge. All except thoso with parents in Berea live In College buildings, and many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their" expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, booka, etc, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Oar climate Is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost. Tho Coll.-gasks no rent for the fine buildings in which stulents live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For tablo board, without codec or extras, $1.35 a week, in the fall, g, and $1.50 in winter for furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of . 40 to GO cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," aa guaranta for return of room key, library books, etc This is paid but once, and la returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $6.00 and $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by tho half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM e bod-din- VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS Incidental Fee Room ACADKUY AND NORMAL OOLLEOB $ 6.00 5.60 $ 6.00 7.00 $ 7.0 7.00 Board 7 weeks Accountnnt This U u full schedule of your liabilities. Is It) en, no here Ilankrupt (hopelessly) New- nro eight wedding Invitations. York Globe. Amount duo Sept. 10, 1014... Board 7 weeks, duo Nov. 4, 1914 Total for terra . 9.45 $20.05 9.46 $29.50 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 9.4S $23.45 9.46 $32.90 WINTER TERM $ 6.00 Incidental Foe Room Board 6 weeks Amount duo Jan. 6, 1015 Board 6 weeks duo Feb. 17, Total for torm 1916 6.00 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $ 6.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $ 7.00 7.20 9.90 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 Can That Bo It) Patience When mi Kngllsh stiff rn gette hacks n picture lu one of the galleries, why Is It always 0110 of u beautiful woman? Patrice Hecauso she dislikes to see another woman admired. Is my guess Yonkers Statesman. would not give a snap of my finger for tho girl who did not want it. A Falie Note. "Wn nil have, as Stevenson says, "That woman's hulr, dress nnd sun a great thirst for consideration." shade match the color of her iiutomo DEATH FROM HYDROPHODIA Thcro Is generally a "happy medium." and It can bo arrived at by persons who aro reasonable Persons who want to kill every dog that Is sick or Buffering from thirst, upon tho ground that It may be "mad." commit Hut thoso who do not atrocities. be convinced that tho bite of a dog Is attended by moro or Ions danger some times let thomselvcs In for heavy pen altloa. A caBo In point Ib that of a young man who haa JubI died of rabtos In a New York hospital as a result of bis fondness for dogs aud his convlo- tlon that hydrophobia waa mythical. Tbroo months ago tho boy, an air letlc, out of door, sport loving, dog fco. Tranedv of Cleanmci Our Shoes. bile." Ill "Auierlcu us 1 Saw It" Mrs. Alec "Very swagger, no doubt. Hut don't Tweedle, writing of our homo life, you think tbo chauffeur rather dark for ilVH! Haiti tho rent of tho combination?" Is It) Tlio more Sun. "Hut homo poor man who pnys mi heavily for everything cannot even get nis ooois Very Exciting. blackened at home, and ho bus to go "Sho Is having a perfectly lovely to the nearest 'shlno' time." Into the streets for tho purpose. At the street corners "How so)" of every town are high, stniugo look"She Is engaged to ono of twins awning, and there They both call on her. nnd sho can't ing chairs under 1111 und women, too alt sol tell them npart," Kansas City Jour tin. meii-nemnly, with u foot reposing on each unl. leg rest pluml there ror tne purpose, nnd while they lead tneir morning pa Were No Lonner. iiem u diirfcv browns boots for live "There nre," snld tho argumentative pence or blacks them for twopeucw sou, "exceptions to an ruiea." t kvimi in uoieis h ih halfpenny, Thoro were." Biiorted tlio cxnsper to get boots cleaned, and they nted father, "but jou seem to have buvo to bo put on dirty mid worn by taken nil of them." Itocky Mountain their owner down to the boot room, Nuws. where, In tho larger hotels, they lire now kind enough to buvo n separata He Hsd Sized Him Up. department for ladles. 'TIs tho luud of "He looks like a fool." . luxury, but not of comfort. Those "Hut, papa, he has asked mo to mar comforts, which to us lu Kiiglund rv lilin." are the necessities of life, ure not to "Ho has7 Well, don't you ever tell bo found In Amerlcu. Why? Hecause mo I can't slr.o up people." Houston thero uro few people w rentier scrr Post life-whe- re ve. mm-cullit-tl- Special Hosiery Offer Guaranteed er Wear-EvHosiery For Men And Women Ladies' Special Offer For Limited Time Only Six pair of our finest 35c value ladles guaranteed hose In black, tan or white Com. Law, Com. Geog., Cora. colors with written guarantee, for (1,00 1.80 6.40 1.60 Arith., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 and 10c tor postage, etc. SPECIAL OFFER FOR MEN In no case will special Business Fees exceed $U.OO per term. For a limited time on!y,ix palrof our young man or young woman can get an education at Any finest tec value Guaranteed Hose any guarantee and a palrof I Berea if there is the will to do so. colorwilh written our well known Men's Paradise Carters It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and have for one dollar, and 10c for pottage, etc a full year of continuous study. Many young pcoplo waste time in the You know these hose; they stood public schools going over and over the samo things, when they might be the test when all others failed. They give real foot comfort. They have no Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies seams to rip. Tliey never become loose with somo of tho best young men and women from other counties and and baircr as the shape is knit in, not states. nrested In. Thev are Guaranteed 'for Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they are fineness, for style for superiority oft above 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. This may be material and workmanship, absolutely algned by some former Berea student or soma reliable teacher or neighstainless ana to wear six months witn bor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, out holes, or a new pair free. Don't delay, send In your order be Fall Term opens September 10, 1914. Get Ready! expires. llve correct sue, For information or friendly advlco write to the Secretary, WEAR-EVEHOSIERY COMPANY MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Bcrca, Ky. Dayten, Ohio able-bodie- d foie-onR This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Fall W'inttr Spring . Ttal $10.00 $12.00 $14.00 $3.00 Sinography and Typewriting.... $6.00 10.00 12.00 14.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 5.00 6.00 7.00 18.00 Bookkeeping (regular course).... Businoss courso studies for students in other departments: 9.00 27.00 7.50 10.60 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's use 6.69 18.00 6.00 7.00 of instrument P.1R0 Eight. THE CITIZEN August 20, 1014. has been very sick for a few woclr. Hurk Crook Graded School house. Eph. Winston's baby died latl Tho Duck Crook (traded School beweek. Wo extend our sympathy tJ gan Aug. H with the largest enrollthe bereaved fnmlly. Mrs. Tina ment Hint hns over boon. There are Tate is visiting her mother this sixteen Hint Inke high school work. week. Sunday school at Pigeon - Miss (livens Harmon's sister, nicely. Every - ) Maud, who is leaching in Leo County , Roost is progressing ! IfscwrMposdeM ttfti Is full by lb wtltet. Th um .body Is Invited to attend. An clec- - ami two of her friends, Miss Maud li sot (or fibllcstJoa, bit m i rrliesce of fort filts. Write ptiJsly. lion .for Irustoe was held Lutes ami her brolher, wero visiting -, her Friday night. A largo crowd I In this district Aug. I, W.I). York beninety years of ago is very poorly. Ing elected without opposition. Mr. from this place attended church at MADISON COUNTY tho Misses Jewell nnd Lillian Ogg Jack Howard is erecting a new dwel- - Maple drove last Sunday. Born to Blue Lick Baughman of ling house. John Seals is lielpliv Rev. and Mrs. T. F. Hale on the 9th, I. with their cousin, Miss llluc Lick, Aug. 17. Rev. W. Richmond spent n few days with rcl- - build tho railroad Iresllo across Pon l, a hoy. Mr. C. B. Rowland's sisters, I'oel lllled his regular appointment Creek. A largo shed and camp Mrs. Martha Warren nnd Miss Mary atives In Rockcastle. at llio Olades Christian Church SunMr. E. T. Fish had his rye nnd ground has boon prepared at Jim Mrlulirc of Hamilton, Ohio, Wc'io Pryse day. harley threshed.. The yield was lorks where a camp meeting is ,m. visiting her last week Crystal Pryse, August IH.-Mr. Caleb Johnson of Indiana arSIX HUNDRED LEAVE pccicu io ne nciu soon. li. k. l ayier anout iiounie wnai no oxpccico. Howell Is very ill with fever.-Sund- ay rived last week for a short vlit The young folks of this nnd Silver, is hauling lumber to Annville... ESTILL COUNTY school and singing school are with relatives hero. Creek vicinity had a box supper at Charlie Price is building a new going on nicely witli good attendFitchburg Mr. Mitchell Coyle made a busiSilver Creek Church Saturday night .dwelling house near Win. Settles';?. W, J. ance. Rev. Robt. Dnrbin of Rice NEW YORK FOR FRENCH Fitchburg. August lfi,-- Mr. ANS ness trip to Richmond Saturday. for the benellt of the church. Howell is attending court at Irvivne Station has an appointment at this ON OOARD SILENT Mr. Albert Maker and wife of InROCKCASTLE COUNTY Geneva Baughman, who has been school home1 for the this week. Miss Ethel Stewart is in place (Bin-bidianapolis who have boon visiting making AS TO DESTINATION. an extended visit with her Livingston livlno attending teacher's institute.! Hist Sunday in September. Miss John Johnson and family returned cousins, Jewell and Lillic Ogg, re nicely Livingston, August 17. Mrs. Arna Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Briscoe of Mary Stewart is getting along homo Sunday. turned to her homo al Richmond, B. Wheeler, Cor. Sec'y. of the Ky. llm-m- i K'v nrit viail ilifr r.ilnl I vna nl W il ll Sl'llOnl WOl'k mill IlilVIIIlT VOI'V Captains of Freighters Tell of Delng Mr. Jack Cl.lrk, wife and children Monday Delayed Dy Reports of Teutonic W. C. T. U. gave a very interesting this place. Mr. and Mrs. J no. Ilall,)g"d attendance. -- The crops ate of fiernianlown, Ohio, arc here on Crullers' Presence. crowd from this settlement en- - lecture at the Baptist Church on the of this place are visiting Mr. Millard ery good in this community with parents, Mi', a visit with Mrs. Clark's joyed a nay ride Saturday nigiu. night of the t lilt. If all women r. of Ml. Sterling. Heavy plenty of vegetables and fruits al Trimble and Mrs. V. T. Roberts. can be no improvement seen sesseil the ability of Mrs. Wheeler showers occurred here during the though a good rain is needed. Wenlrrn Nriapir Union Nrw Hrlc. The Olades Christian Endeavor In There tho daughter of Mr. Green, who Is we would approve of woman suf- - past week which greatly helped tho New York. Tho Knbrn Linn steamn. S. was led Sunday night by Mr. er I'ntrln started for Franco with $00 said to have Hie pellagra. frage. Quilo a number of tho LIv corn crops in this section. MADISON COUNTY Torrill, subject was Our Social Life passengers, most of whom nro reservFolks hero are having a good deal ingston people attended the fair at Kingston for Christ. The society expects to of hay ists bound for Kninci'. fever. Broadhead. Mr. J. T. O'Mary and Irvine Kingston, August 17. Mr. and have an Ice cream social in the near (Inly six women wore nniong tlm family are visiting in the northern Irvine. August 17. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Louis Saudliu. entertained a pnssiHiKern. future. The Johnson family reunMany of the returning JACKSON COUNTY part of the slate. Dr. W. T. Amyx T. 0. Moberly and little son of BraM- - number of young folks. Saturday ion was attended by a largo crowd reservists bad put on French military was in Ml. Vernon last week, a wit field are visiting C. Hugh Masters and niulit in honor of Miss Maggie Mc- - uniforms when tho steamer loft. about two hundred in number. They There wero two Cennnns on bonnl. Hugh, August 17. Rev. Goo. Chil- - ness in a damage suit between John family this week. Mr. and Mrs. 0. c.dlimi. enjoyed two good ball games be.Min-- t Mallio Louis and Nora Lee They refused to say what had led them tween Whites Station ami Blue Lick ders began a revival meeting at this '"upni, nit. nnd lite I.. Ac .V 11. II. P. Wagers and family of Kirksville MisAlma Pope, of Somerset is are the plea-am- " guest of. Miss Nan-- ! II He of near Richinond were Un- to Uiko pnsimKe on the French steambesides a bountiful dinner at the place last Sunda night with no liin-- . er or to tell where they were going. noon hour, the Blue Lick boys won ited time to slop. Wo hope much visiting relatives hero. The recent, nie Hamilton. (Juitc a few people of puol t)f m.s Kvh Lewis Sunday, Tho only steamer leaving for Prof. II. WT Rickey, of Lexinglon, a Kuropenn other during the day was both games by a score of 9 to 7 and good may he' accomplished. Alice, nbundan! rains certainly have boon this place attended preaching at messing io me people of tins sec- - While Oak Sunday. A bountiful United the Kingston Poultry Club Benge is very sick al lliis writing. 11 to 3. l. that of the Cunarder Annoula for Pete Powell's folks .have been sick 110,1 of ,luj country and crops are dinner was spread. All report.a lino last week. Slate Lick hoking line, and nature seems to be time. Ciins., Jr., ami McKiuleyj ,jSs Miuiam Nolan. County Agent Several frelRbters enmo Into port. the last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ever- -; Slate Lick, August 15. Mr. and etle Bongo wore (ho guests of Miss whispering Hie message of God's love Masters are home from Winchester: (,r Tomato Clnli. was in this district One was tho French steamer Gonna-nla- , creation, On the where (hey have been at work. front Mnrsellles, which was de.,s week assisting the girls in their Mrs. Thomas Crouchor, who have Bongo's parents Saturday night. ,'1"" nwrc' to some time are improv Miss Vala Tudor is visiting her, canning. The girls have some tine tained under orders two days at the been sick for Aiores because of n report that three grandmother here and at White Sta- tomatoes in spite of the drought ing slowly. JUT TeSUS I Love Thee (Jerman cruisers wore liororlng about " Mrs. I). W. Webb and Mrs. E. lion. Mrs. Frances Smith of Crook- Mr. II. J. Parks is sick with rheu the islands. a.;.goibo. ed Lane is going to Lexington to Adams wore in Richmond on litisi matism. Another was tho Hrltlsh steamer i 4j-j-pl j j I "i ness Saturday Born to Mr. and Mrs. Allie Roberts spend the week. There will bo a rJ J F-I'TfM Condor, from the west coast of South Mr. Green Powell spent Saturday America, which reported being hold on the 10th a fine girl; her namo is basket dinner on the ground here night with Mr. J. W. Webb, next Sunday. Everybody invited to up off St Thomas by n cruiser which Myrtle. My Je - lus, I lore Thee, I know tbou art mine; For Thee all the she could not Identify, but which she Mr. and Mrs. Hal Brewer of RichMessrs. J. H. Preston and Joseph come and tako part. I lore Thee be - cause Thoa hast first lov - ed me, And purchased ray mond and Mr. Flanery and wife of belluved to bo French, Williams made a business trip to Ml love Thee in life, I will Ioto Thee in death, And praise Thee as Tho Condor was nllowd to proceed Clover Bottom Illinois, wero (siting nt the homo Broadhcad, Ky a few days ago. upon Identifying herself. of glo - ry and end - less de - light I'll ev - er In a. B. Peters last week. Eslridgc Brothers passed Ihru Tho of Mr. J. Clover Bottom, Aug. 17. Cashio Mr. Walter Lawson, who has been Slate Lick last week witli a drove, of VanWinklo and wife have gone to - i -t -- r -- i5 r I EJ sheep. in Indiana this summer, came home HELLO GIRLS' NARROW ESCAPE. Ohio to make their home. Rev. Geo. Mr. W. M. Snyder of Cottonsbcrg Childers preached at White Springs' last week. i i i is visiting his parents this week also Church Saturday and Sunday. Aunt Miss lithel Flanery writes that Philadelphia. Two score Rlrto emColeman Sanders of Kirksville is Nance Beeknoll who has been wry she is progressing nicely with ployed in tho Main Kxchantia of the visiting his grand parents, Mr. r.nd sick is getting a good deal bettor at pupils enrolled, and is also Kcystono Telephone Co., Second and 0Mrs. II. M. Snyder. leaching moonlight school three Sanson) streets, narrowly escaped this writing. John Beeknoll of IllfoT-- lies of sign; My gra cioas lie - deem er, ray I tin re Mr. Collins Coy of White Hall, Ky., inois, who has boon to soo his sick nights each week, from seven to death when tho heavy steel and plaspar - don on Cal - ra - ry'i tree; I love Thee for wear - ing the has been spending a few day3 at mother has returned home. John A. nine o'clock. She is teaching al ter celling in the mnln exchango room long as Thoa lend - est me breatb;And say when the death - dew lies collapsed, burying the operators Elate Lick. Shamrock, Ky- Smith and Isaac Smith of Shirley, ter- - inj doreThee in hear - en so bright; I'll ting with the glit tho debris. Hut for tho tact that Quito a number of people on the Ky., visited II. N. Dean and family Mrs. Gihou and sons of Lexington the celling dropped on the top of the si J Slate Lick road have been attending Saturday. visiting with the former's moth- soren-foo- t are Mila Cummigam has hlish switchboard which tho revival meetings at tho M. E. gone to McKeo to attend teachers' er. Mrs. II. B. Boon. 2circles the big room, It Is probable BE5EE church in Berea tho past two weeks. institute this week. Found a latge Mr, T. J. Fanery spent last Friday that runny of tho girls would have Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Williams of white dog with left ear brown and night with his brother, M. B. Flatt- been fatnlty injured. Only IC of tho Richmond have been visiting Mr. a brown spot on his left hip and ery. Klrls needed medical attention, Three of then,) wero treated In tho building, and Mrs. Coines Wynn the nasi right eye is glass. Owner please Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Lamb enterweek. tained some of their friends last Fri while the others were nislnil to hoscall at H. N. Dean's, Clover Bottom, ar-llored Thee, my je - sqs, 'tis now. art Ihou.lf CT pitals. None of them wan seriuusly Mrs. C. W. Morgan, and little Ky for the dog. day night. throns on Thy brow; If er lored Thce,my Je - tns, 'tit now. hurt. daughter, Louise returned to their Miss Suda Powell was visiting relcold on my brow, If ev loted The, my Je tus, 'tis now. homo in St. Louis, Mo., last Friday atives here Saturday. Maulden crown on my brow, If ev loted Thee.my Je - tus, 'tis now. AN EXPLOSION. after a five weeks' visit with her Maulden, August 15. S. II. Farmer Mrs. .Mm Doallifago, Mrs. Mollio SIX KILLED IN -U parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. WilDaniel, Miss Sallie Ellis accompanZanesvllle, O. Six are dead, two who has been in Lexington for- a liams. ied by Miss Nolan and Mr. Karl Gill- - arc dying ami threo others aro Injured while has returned home. W. H. Mr. Sam Lunccford killed a ratMe sou or lucnmomi motored to me seriously as a result of an explosion Farmer of this place is having a well snake the other day. It had eight home of Mr. M. B. Flanuery's and in tho Walker automobile garagn at drilled. Mrs. Leonard Flattery of McConnolsvllle. Tho garage wub rattles and one button; this being Beattyvillo visited relatives Tit this spent tho day Monday. in- - Lawrence, tho infant son of Mr. and MISM of tho 13th some one broke wrecked by three explosions of gasotho third one ho has killed in the F.d- - (o placo two days the past week. the store of J. A. Oliver and for Mrs. Willis Williams, who has boon line, nnd the Glass grocery and John past two months. na and Edith (he little daughters of his loot escaped with shoos, jewel- - initio ill is much holler. An excurHypocrisy U oil with otiiidcd glass son and Beckett residences, adjoining, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Simpson who ry, and some valuable papers and sion boat went lo Lock II Sunday. iu It. Coyle were burned bofnro tho flro was under control, A tank of gnso Coyle, August 17. Mr. Jerry Told have been sick are better. Mary punnies and keys that had been left A large crowd wont from this place. bt hnppy learn to line oxploded, followed oulrkly by two, tbou wotild-iIf who has been sick is reported some Davidson of this place is stamg jn the cash regisler. No clue has They had fine music. All report a please. other explosions. The first explos'oti with Mrs. R. M. Word of McKeo liccn secured. Tho miners and kovs line time. Mrs. Nannie Warford of bolter. was caused by tho engine. .....i Is to were found near the county bridge li :..)..mum I i., vinitiiiu ri...i. uiiu ty The llrst and worst of nil fuulU iiii-imSeveral of tho peoplo of this in land papers lorn to pieces. Miss El- - relatives hero. Frank Margison of, cbeat out"iilf. Privett attended tho ico cream and Privelt, Aug. 15. Mr. A. J. Ham- - a May Farley is visiting in Louts- - Clay City is visiting home folks cako supper given by tho Odd FelMARKETS The energy of the wenk Is culled CINCINNATI illon, wife and daughter, have been ville. Mrs. Cinda Hammock, of Haz- - and attending the institute this lows at Panola Saturday night. stubbornness. Tho Misses Nancy and Ella Todti visiling their daughter, Mrs. Emery cl Patch was run down by tho engine week. of Richmond visited their cousin, Robertson nt Lancaster. Mr. Slier- - 0f Train No. 32 and killed near that Mirth bars a thousand harms and Wheat No, 2 red 97090c, No. 3 man Smith who has typhoid fever is paco on the 1 1th. Her body was cut Iron Mound Mary Tharp Saturday. red 95ft!)7c, No. 4 red 89(1940 lenctbens life. Corn No. 1 white 88c, No, 2 white Iron Mound, August 17. Tho good Little Qpal and Ossio Broughton of very low. Mr. Hugh Edwards' fam lo pieces. A social will ho given by Man Is made of dust, but be Is usual- 87W88c. No. 3 white 87Cf87,c, No. 4 Richmond are visiting their grand- ily has smallpox Mr. L. V. Morris the social committee of Livingston rains of the past week mean a groat white Sr87c, No, 1 yellow 87488c, parents of this place. Mr. and Mrs. and family visited friends and rela- B. Y. P. U. on tho 18th at the homo deal to llio fanner. Mr. Sheldon ly out for inure. No. 2 yellow 87ft87V4c, No. 3 yellow tives at Clover Bottom last week. of Mrs. J. P. K. Druminond. Williams and wife have returned Green Durham of Kingston wero th 8814087c. No. 4 yollow MitMMc. No. Never worry for lack of something 1 mixed 87Hc, No, 2 mixed begin at guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Powell Tho teachers' institute will homo from Irvine whore she Iris 86870. renl to worry about. No. 3 mixed Mithlc, No. 4 mixed McKeo, August I7lh. Arch and. Eva OWSLEY COUNTY boon attending llio teachers' insti Saturday night. Wo published "How to Gel Rich 85VS08GI&C. whlto ear 84ft 83c, yellow Peters visited at tho homo of MrJ Posey title. Mrs. Mary WilliamsM's visit year 85Cf87c, mixed ear 84 U 86c Wallaceton Quick" on page one last week. Wo lames Wilson last Saturday night Posey, August 10. Gardens and tug Oats No. 2 white 43c. standard Mol-U- o Wallaceton, August 10. Mrs. and attended church at Rocks cor are lookimr lino anil, nasttires week Me. nml Mm. .i v Sif,,k shall by remicst run the same arti 4 2 Vic. No. 3 while 41 lie, No. 4 white Flattery and children of Kansas, Springs on Sunday. Corn crops aro aro growing fast. Misses Nellie and and little daughter havo W('" 39f40Vic. No. 2 mixed 41V442c, Na 't ' K'""1 "",' "i"1 returned t'1" 3 mixed 41(f ff41',ic, 111,, came last week for a visit w'th Inokinc flno in this vicinitv Mr. Gracio Jackson have been hnvinL homo from Winchester where Ihey,'"1"1 your tune (o read il liny Now hay is quoted as folnor lamer, jir. iiooon I'oiors. airs. i;d York's baby died last week ot dontnl work done at Bonneville. Mr. have been visiting. Mrs. Jon Hill, lows; No. 1 timothy $19. No. 2 timAddio Gentry had bad luck with her membranous croup. Mr. and Mrs. ;. h. Rowland has had a new store othy $17, No. 3 timothy CM, No. 1 Mrs. Cal Iterryman has boon at yearling filly. clover mixed $18, No. 2 clover mixed Sho run into tho Do Young have returned lo their house erected. Miss Elllo Hyileu tending the camp meeting in Clark Much interest is taken in Tho 1 19, No. $17, No. clover 2 clotor imiii wiu lento uuu cut a ueop iicsii Homo al (iray Hawk from an extend, went to clerk In tho store for her Mrs. Dillinl roil nri.o contest liv llio more wide $17.50. last week wounu across nor tnroai making it d visit in Holland, Mich, Wo nro sisier, Mrs. Benin Brandenburg of j Slovens is sick at wriling.--M,,s- . flrfcts 22c, firsts 20c, orKkk I'rlmo awake schools and there aro this necessary to tako seven .stitches in all proud lo see them back last Tuesday. Mr. O.J. Judd , Julia Vaughn is upending a short pools or a good contest. You ought dinary firsts lCc, seconds 14c. Poultry Hons, 4 lbs nnd over,. it. Wo havo been having good and Miss Winnie Flanery attended timo with her sou nnd family, Mr. J. to ho in it as well as the rest. If 9 He; 13'c; under 4 rains. Crops aro looking well and Isaacs !tho wedding of Mr. Elinor Evans of L. Vaughn of Ibis nlnco Mr liel.ln vtnir lonelier does not get The Cit- - springers, 2 lbslbs, 13c; roosters. under and over, 18c; tho farmers aro smiling oil both ' Skinner Isaacs, August 11. Wo aro having Levi and Miss Bertie Hall of Vincent and daughters, Misses Kate- ion take your homo copy to school 2 lbs, 16c; youug spring ducks, 4 lbs sides of their faces. Rev. Brown of lots, of rain this week which wa- i.isi. nfinrnnm, 'rim n.,n " and Ada, Mr. Robert Harris und wlfo and show what a wonderful oppor- - and over, 13c; ducks, whlto, under 4 ..ww,., .sav . . . . . It.. iiauuu aro looking mony was performed al Rov. S. K.' and Mr. Howard Hill wero tho plots- - lunity slaro., you In the face, Havo lbs, 12c; colored, 11c; turkeys, Ioiiih, . STOS,., "!,(ll iiceded.-f.r- ops 1G',o; young turkeys, 3 lbs, 25c; cull meetings at llio M. h. Church which well hut gardens aro injured.-- MU Ramoy's, u enough grit to live up w:ith the turkeys, 8c; Tho Literary Society I ant guests of Mrs. J. W. Sparks Sun- -' gecsu, 7jtSc; KUlnoas, began hiinday the loth. l ho Ladies Susio Watsot), who Is teaching at meets every Friday night at the day. tost of them and show then what Hi lb and over, 06; pigeons, old, $l.du; Aid had an ico cream suppor at tho Saipl Gap is expected homo today squabs, No. 1 stock, $2. you can do? II is not too late. Fri Cattle Shippers $7.0008.76, oxtra .1 Wallaceton Baptist Church last Sat- - attend tho teachers' institute next day llio !Mst is tho day set bill if you $9ft'9.2t, butcher steers, extra $8ij8.25, unlay night with very good success, week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W.Davis wore not aware of it till a lato dato Eooil to cholco $7.2S(j)7.90, common 'aJo $15. obratod tho fortieth anniversary of lino up anyway and do what you to fair 5.50r7; heifers, extra $7.83 A very ft 8, good to cholco $7ft7 75. their wedding yesterday. can. Dulls -- llologna $C6.C5, fat bulls GARRARD COUNTY largo crowd was present among $6.50 G7. For Live Stock or Washing and Cooking. We make Paint Lick whom wore Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Dych j The war news you road in The CitCalves Kxtra $11. fair to Rood $8 Paint Lick, August 12. Several of and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Settle, win you any size Tank or Trough to order while you wait. izen is llio very latosl and yon can 11, common und largo $5.5010.50. Hogs Selected heavy $9.30'9.4O. this place attended tho funeral nnd eamo from London, Ky. Kvorybod rest ussiimd llio war will go on go good to cholcu packers and butchers burial of Mr. Geo. Anderson of Sil- - seemed to have n nice lime. All of long as llio nations want it; oven if $9.4509.00. vor Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Davis" children and you don't read about il. Bhuop Kxtra light $4.75, good to Mr. M. It. McGuiro and son Tal- - grandchildren wore present. Iff. cholco $ t.40ff' 1.70. common to fair mage, was attending tho Borca fair, and Mrs. Nalh nrewcr havo n floo HENRY LENGFELLNER You can't stop a oyclono by kick- $2.75i4.25. heavy sheep $3.754. Bprlng ltmbs Kxtra $8.76, good to and looking after business In this vl- - baby boy named Roborl. Sam ing at il, neither can you slop The cholco $8,250)8.65, common to fair Phone 7 or 187 Tinshop on Jackson Street, Berea, Ky. lor had added two rooms to his Citizen from growing by making $5.0008, culls $4.2505. Aunt America Vaughn, who Is past building this fall. Mr. Grand Rile sheep oyes al it? ? ? East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else I sub-distri- ct Don't say Flour to your merchants, say "I want Zaring's Patent Flour" then you are sure of the best biscuit. PORT-GERM- - irt I - I ri -- rnan-sio- -- - h -- - r or r - SippMliyiaflfii s fifty-gallo- t I viv-cini- i "'" 1 Cili-Coun- tv pros-jLoga- na Is - col-Tli- oy SAVE YOUR WATER Guttering and Roofing a Specialty Tty-cinlt- y.