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Tempt the appetite,
please the taste and
nourish the body.
Crisp, clean and fresh
Round, thin, tender
with a delightful flavor
appropriate for lunch
eon, tea and dinner,
Made of the finest
to perfection. The
food, io cents.
Buy biscuit baked by
Always look for that Name.
For School Books Under New Law
nouticed By Supt. Caplingcr
111 order to facilitate mutters hotl
for the patron ami the hook-dealers, I
mil giving below a detailed statement
of tlio books tliat may bo exchanged to
gether with tho'liooks thai may bo ro
ceivcil in exchange. Ileginning with
tlio lirst ami second grades:
Now I'Mucatiomil Keader Hook 1 plu
22e for the Aldine l'irst h'ea'der.
Now lMucatinnal Header l'.ook 2 plus
2i"c for tlio Alilino Second Header.
-Till HI) OKA PRNow Kdiicntionnl
Itciulor Hook I! pins' "0c for Baldwin
Homier 'a Third Keader. liay'x I'riumj.i
.Arithmetic pins 21e for Hamilton's I'll
nary Arithmetic. Kleinentary Steps h
English Part 1 plus 2'.)c for Alilinu '
First Language Hook,
FOURTH (JKAI)K New Me.OiiflVy''
Fourth Keader plus 2"e for Haldwin A:
"Bonder's Foui th Keader. Smith's Pri
mary Arithmetic plus 21c for llainil
ton's Primary Arithmetic I'rye's First
Hook in Oeography plus 22c for Pryo's
Homo Oeorgraphy. Hlementary Stepy
In Knglish Part 2 plus 2!i! for A Mine's
,' First Language Hook.
FIFTH OKAHD MeniilTey's Poin'tV
, Kender plus 27c lor Haldwin & Homier V
oVifth Keader. Smith's intermediate
Arithmetic plus 21c for Hamilton's In
'oiniodiato Arithmetic. Klciiiontnr.v
Steps in Knglish Part 3 plus 'Me U
Aldiuo's Second Language Hook.
SIXTH ORAPK Meduffov's Fifth
Koa'iier plus 2"e for -Id win x Bonder's
Sixth Keader. Smith's Intermediate
Arithmetic plus 21c for Hamilton's It -
Icrmedinto Arithmetic Hciectie Pri
wary History plus 30c for Mace's Pri
mnry History Harvey's new Language
Hook plus 3 to for Aldlno's Second Lan
guage Ho k,
SKVRNTli OKADU McOiitToyV
Fifth Kender jdus 27c for Baldwin
Unndnr's Soventli Koaihr. Kay's Mod
;rn and Practical Arithmetic plus 27c
for Hamilton's School Arithmetic. liar
ey'g Now Knglish (Iranunar plus 30c
for Baker & Thorndiko's Kveryd'ay En
glish Hook 2. Willis' Rsesentlnls of
Health plus 30c for Oullck's. The Hndj
lit Work. New Kcloctie History of tin
United Stntes plus (Me for Mnco
School- History of the United States.
" KIQIITH OliADR Brook's Koado
- Hook 8, pi s 27e. for. Baldwin & Bend
or 'ft Klghth Keader. Smith's Advancod
Arltlimetie plus 27c for Hamilton's
School Arithmetic. Harvey's Now 15u-
: j,lih (Iranunar plus 3(tc for Baker &
. .Tiiorndllio's Everyday Knlihh Hook 2.
!''Wilii' Kleinntiipy Physiology and lly
rnioiio plus 30c for Oullck's Control q
m Bcdy and Mind.
3fr Anv of the nbovo books thnt'nro in
"lumublo" oondltlon coming within th.
ifciwr.-- ' mn bo BJM,,"K0'!, '-
iiifHiHKato tno auoyo, sc.Heiiiue 'Jhoro
CARDINAL MERRY DEL VAL.
N the eleventh dny after the
death of u pope, the tenth day
in ordinary enluulutloiis, but
the eleventh if the day of the
pope's death is counted, the cardinals
meet In conclave to elect his successor.
The laws governing the conclave are
many and minute. The general course
of the conclave is set forth hole
The popo dies. As soon ns lie Is dead
the iilllclals of the papal court leave I
""' l"'"c- iiowuiiuys iiiej- win simpiy
leave me ciiainner or me noun pone.
for It nui.st not be forgotten that the '
pope Is still, together with his olllclals,
a prisoner, so outside of the Vatican
the olllclals cannot .' except In
dividually. The cardinal cainerleugo.
or chaniberhiln. announces to the peo
ple of the court that his holiness Is
dead and then breaks with a hammer
the ring of the fisherman and the seal
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Photo copyright by American Press Association.
THE LATE POPE PIUS X. IN THE VATICAN GARDENS, ST.
of the dend pope. The dean of the
Bacred college, tho senior cardinal
priest and the senior cardinal deacon
then tnku charge of the administration
of the affairs of the church and send
notice to all the cardinals not In the
city. These cardinals are not sum
moned; they come at once without be
ing called. For ten days funernl serv
ices are held dally in St. Peter's
church, and then the body Is placed in
a temporary resting place.
Latitude For the Cardinals.
The period of ten days Is tlxeil by
law, but It Is not obligatory on the
cardinals to obey tho law. In fact,
thero nro uuverul things fixed by the
lloninii ceremonial governing the con
clave that may be disregarded. So
the conclavo may begin within ten
days or It may not begin for n good
deal mora than ten days. It all de
pends. Hut on the appointed day the
cardlunls gather in St. Peter's and the
cardinal dean celebrates tho mass of
tho Iloly Ghost After this tho car
dinals, In procession, singing "Venl.
Creator Splrltus," march to tho place
of tho conclavo In tlio palace. Thero
tho deau recites the prayer, "Deus qui
corda," and the constitutions govern
Ing tho conclave aro rend and tho car
dlunls take oath to obey them. During
tho rest of the day tho cardinals re
ceive their friends, but when evening
comes the friends depart and the car
dlunls nro shut up; the conclave begins.
First Chosen by People.
Tho pope, whoso Importance as ac
tual hl-shop of Home was much moro
apparent formerly than now. when
civil government, as thuro lias boon n
change in thee twists.
HIGH SCHOOL HOOKS Thero wore
jiist six hooks exchanged in tlio entire
High School series, throe, for different
texts and three for the same texts, re
yiscd edition. Bolow nro the texts that
nro subject to exchange
fihuight & Lontios Algebra plus 72c
for Wentwprth-Sinith's Academic" Al
gebja. Fiko'a .History of tlio U. S
AND THREE PROMINENT
ids duties arc bo much more varied
than those of nn ordinary bishop, was
chosen at first by the people of the
city. Then grew tip, little by little,
the restriction to the cardinals of the
right of sun rage in choosing tlio pope.
The Konians for many years retained
tho right of objecting to the choice.
Then, nftor the right of the people
had become obsolete, the emperor of
the holy Homan empire asserted his
i right to n controlling voice In the dec-
rlght to fl controlling
.i n.i ,.(ui,i ....,,.. iu ..nn
n right to Interfere. These powers are
France, Austria and Spain.
Food Brought to Conclave.
The conclave beglus on the eveuluu
of the eleventh day after the pon
tiff's death, or else at some other time.
The door 13 closed and locked with two
keys, one of which Is kept by the car
dlnal camerlcngo, tlio other by the
governor of tho conclave, u prelate
chosen .by the cardinals. A turning
box Is built Into the door, through
which food is passed; tho keys aro
kept by an outside guard and by the
chief master of ceremonies on tho In
side. The room Is guarded closely.
Thero are many more persons In the
conclavo than tho cardinals. Each car
dinal is entitled to two servants and
ft third If ho la very feeble. Then
tffiCTo are two Fncristnns, two masters
of ceremonies, one religious to hear
confeaslons, ono 'secretary, who has
olio servant; three surgeons, four bar
burs, ono carpenter, one mason and
several general servants.
Tho conclavo having begun In the
evening of tho eleventh day. the car
dinals go to their "cells." These are
wooden booths arranged In the largest
hall of the conclave; there Is one
booth for each cardinal.
Excommunication No Bar.
In tho morning the cardinal-dean
says n low mass of the Holy GhosL at
which nil the cardinals receive the
communion. Tills Is snld in the Slstlne
or tho Pauline chapel. Then n serutl
nlum, or vote. Is taken. Only the car
dinals aro allowed In tho chniiel at this
time, but no cardinal can bo kept out
A cnrdlnnl arriving late may be admit
tod, but only a sick person may leavi
tho conclave after he Is onco In. ICven
an excommunicated cardinal may vote
If thero should bo such a one.
Three cardinals, ono from each order
are chosen to net as tellers. In tun
the cardinals approach the vase on tin
nltnr and, kneeling, pray for guidance
in tho U. S. Millikan and Galo's Phy
sics plus Tflc for same, Kevisod Editi.ui.
Hifllock's History or English Litora
turo plus "8c for same, Koviscd Ell
tiou. Wontworth's Plane and Solid Gen
tuolory plus 78c for Woiitvorth-Smith'
Piano and Solid.
Loolt ' over your books and if you
lave any of these txts that are in
usablo condition and further anv
i"cmbcr of your family hcoda tho noiv
Then they take this oath: "I call upon
(iod, who will be my Judge, to witness
I hat I choose the person whom before
(Sod 1 Judge to be elected and that l
will do the same on tho accession.'
end. having sworn, they drop their bal
lots Into tile vase. The ballots are
prepared thus: At one end the cardinal
writes his name. He then folds the
ballot so that his name shall not np
pear as the ballot is examined first and
teals the fold. The name of his candi
date he writes In these words: "1
thooso for supreme pontiff the Most
Itev. ." and seals this part of the
1, allot. When all the cardinals present
have voted the tellers Hoglti the count.
New Rope Saluted.
When a pope Is chosen by a two
thirds vote the cardinal dean asks him
what name he will take, and the score
PLTER'S IN THE DISTANCE
lary takes note of all that Is happen
ing. Two ciiidlnnl-deacons then lead
the new pope behind the high altar,
where he puts on the pontifical vest
ments, lie then seats himself before
the high nltnr and receives the saluta
tlous of all the cardinals, who kiss him
on the foot, the hand and the mouth
'file enrdlnnl-cauierlengo then places
the ling of the tlsherman on his linger,
which tho pope gives buck that Ills
name may be engraved on it. Then
the Penlor cardinal-deacon, preceded
hy musicians and the choir slnglin;
"Kceo Saoerdos Magnus," goes to the
halcouy and announces the election to
the people: "I announce to you a great
Joy. We have as pope the most emi
nent and most reverend , cardinal
of the holy Itomaii church, who has
I a ken the name of ."
If the cardlnal-doaithliiisolflschoso.il
pope, the cardlual-eameiieiigo acts In
his place In the conclave after the
election, The burning of the ballots
rormerly was a very Important signal
to the waiting crowds hi Itoine. ns
I meant that the election had not been
Tho regulations prescribed that, If
the cardinals cannot make a choice In
three days, thereafter until they do
they shall have but one meal a day,
md If they do not make a choice In
dvo days thereafter, their single meal
diall consist of bread and wine or wa
tor. These were changed later and no
such rule holds good now The con
iavo which elected Gregory XVI. In
1S3I lasted fifty days. The cardinals
did not have to live on bread and wn
'or or wlno for. those llfty days.
vt 111 only bring books mentioned above
Mihjoct to oxehange, as it will cause
unnecessary work oa your part of bring
ing tlieiii in and on tholr part of ex
plaining to you why thoy cannot take
W, J. cAFLINOEU,
A Drop of Printer's Ink
List of unclaimed letters in the Hays
vlllo Postollleo week ending Septenibci
Hrouskn, Louis (2)
Brooks, VUs Klizabeth
Castleberry, J. J.
Commodore, Miss KatJo
Keener, Miss Inez
Koblnson Grocery Co.
Smith, Henrietta Miss
Walton, Miss Clara B.
Whitfield, 0. (Cashier 2)
Wood, W. II.
Wood, dennio Miss
Young, Mrs. Anna
Oao cent due on abovo letters. Par
tics calling for samo will plcaso say
JL F. KEHOE, P. M.
Mrs. Maggie Reese and family ol
Kiploy have returned home after spend
ing a few days with her brother, Mt
Alfred Sutton and family.
Mr. Louis Keeso of Kiplcy spent Sun
day with Mr. Alfred Sutton.
Mr. Marshall .tones, of Cincinnati i
isiting his aunt, Mrs. Maud McElfresh
Mrs. Rosa Jones and family of Cin;
ciuuati returned home after spoudiu;
a few days with her sister, Mrs. Mn'tic
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Wo will continue during th
month of September to devolop
frotj nil ti ma bought from us,
charging only for I ho prints.
Prompt work. Nently done.
Samo price Hottor quality.
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EPWOItTH NEWS NOTES. I Mr. Asa Saunders left Monday to:
Harliuurvillo where ho will enter Un l
Mrs. Albert Warder is mueh i-ii.rivod t'0nt.0 t10 comillg yeaTm
ifter ii serious illness.
Miss l.orn Kinjj Wallingfonl is tnirii-. Old papers 5 cents a hundred at The
tiij a sik'i'cssful term of school at Kii h-, Ledger ollice.
;. t ; :
, Mrs. Desman and Miss Ilunl, after
a delightful sojourn at tlio campground
leave, the first of the week for their
Mrs. X, It. Young returned to her
lu.iiie at Mt. Olivet last Monday after a
visit with relatives for two weeks.
Miss l'ardella Lynch left Mond-.i
morning to liccoiiiu a student at Mil
way tho coining school jear.
Misses Maud ami Anna Mae Moody
aro attendiug tho institute in MiS'
villo this week.
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Picnic Supplies of all kinds
A full and complete supply
The best goods. The lowest prices. I want all to call '
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Our Green is good. S,
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