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The Lexington Herald says if
we could only mobilize Colonel
Roosevelt, and get him across
the border with a pistol in each
hand and a bowie knife between
those especially ordained teeth, it
is believed the "rough necks" of
the Iluerta regime would turn
over the kitchen stove in their
hurry to get somewhere else.
Dispatches say that President
Wilson has under consideration
for the office of Commissioner of
Immigration of New York the
name of Frederick A. VVallis,
New York manager of the Fideli
ty Mutual Insurance Company, of
Philadelphia, and one of the
most prominent ex-Kentuckians
now residing in Gotham. It is
not known just how good the
chances of Mr. VVallis are. Mrs.
VVallis' Bluegrass home is in
The great motorcycle catastro
phe at Ludlow Lagoon last week
is but a silent warning to the
dare devils of this section, who
are sure to some day meet with a
similar fate. There is nothing so
urgent to the attention of the
officers of the law as motorcycle
and auto speed, which has be
come alarming in Winchester. -Winchester
Meets Death Under Switch
Engine at Lexington
W. Wheeler Haggard, son of
Mrs. Eliza Haggard, of Winches
ter, was instantly killed in Lexing
ton while walking along the L. &
t N. tracks near the State College
TO RP n A "T'TT TC Experimental Station. The young
. U. DlvUiALLUO manvvas struck by a switch engine
and hornblv mangled. Me was
Meats. Corn and Dried Beef carried to the Union Station where
he expired shortly, never regain
ing consciousness. Deceased was
23 years of age and was born and
reared in Clark county. He is
survived by his mother, four broth
ers and two sisters.
Young Haggard had been work
ing with his brother-in-law, Prof.
McFarlin. for several weeks in the
Experimental Station and had just
finished inspecting a slaughter
house and was returning to the
College when struck by the train.
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This comedy section with the
great Sun Brothers' Shows this
season is an alt embracing feature.
There is a score or more of funny
men, that are notable for their
novel ideas and entirely' refined
They are the leaders of their
class, presenting new, orginal com
ic entrees, ludicrous situation, hu
morous climaxes and button burst
ing proclivities. Among thenames
of this bunch of fun makers will
be found the great American
clown, "Silvers" La Belle; the
Yankee character, actof, Charles
La Belle; James Duval, original
arenic "copper"; Rube Walters,
funny ruralite; the Garcinetti
Brothers, Italian comiques; Bob
Rozelle, just plain clown; the
Brown Brothers, English funny
folks; Master Harrison, the "small
est clown alive"; Miss Gloria Dut
ton, original lady clown; Sam Jay
Rice, Irish funster; Billy Hogan,
the Hippodrome clown, and an
assisting company of clever artists,
forming in.aH an assemblage of
famous clowns, all of infinite jest
The Sun Brothers' performances
for this, their twenty- second an-
' nual tour is the very greatest ever
handled by this well known firm
I of amusement managers.
The equestrians; the acrobats;
Richmond. ; the big Japencse troupe; the blue
ribboned cake-walking and tur-key-troting"
horses; the sensation
al aerialists; the physical culture
men and women; the marvelous
trained elephants and lions; these
are all classy features and seldom
to be seen with an exhibition in
The show is slated to pitch its
tents at Richmond, Aug. 27. adv
Rev. B. O. Beck of Waco Is con
ducting a revival at Spears, Jessa
Miss Elizabeth Wilmore enter
tained the Circle of the Christian
Church on Thursday.
There will be a benefit Cantata
given on Saturday night Aug. 16
for the Christian Church at Berea
entitled Jeptha's Daughter.
Rev. R. N. Simpson is conduct
ing a protracted meeting at Hus
tonville. Rev. Simpson has many friends
who remember with pleasure his
beautiful discourse at the closing
of Madison Institute.
In the effort of the Circuit Court
to punish the violators of the e
lection law, what will you do Mr.
Preacher towards waking up the
moral conscience? You are one
of the leaders of thought and thi
public is looking to you for an ex
pression of opinion along the line
of law enforcement. Your recog
nized ability makes your JUDG
Prof. McDougle Honored
Our Sale is over,
but there are great
bargains for you yet
W Prof. E. C. McDougle, who has
! held the chair of Pedagogy and
! Psychology at the Eastern Ken'-.
itucky State Normal School at
S Richmond, since July 1, 1907, has i
i been appointed to the Graduate
mmmK"m'mm ! Fellowship in Clark University,
fS Worcester, Mass., and will leave
for that institution in September.
'M j The board of regents of the East
$fa ! ern Normal has granted him ten
! month's leave of absence to avail
H I K & AU0 Li J I j himself of the opportunities for
i study which the r-eliowsnip con
fers. He will return to Richmond
in June, 1914. to resume his work
there. Southern School Journal.
The August meeting of the C.
W. B. M. was held at the Chris
tian Church Wednesday afternoon
at 4 o'clock, with Mrs. Jno. Arnold
as leader. Talks were given by
Mrs. Zaring, on The College Mis
sion, by Mrs. Myers and Mrs.
Mann on The Work in Africa.
At the conclusion of the program
refreshments were served by
Mrs. E. B. Barnes and Mrs.
John Arnold, the hostesses of the
Morgan's Men Reunion
The annual reunion of General
John H. Morgan's men may be
held this year at Olympian
Springs.. The last annual reunion
was held at Estill Springs and
for ten years previous was held
at Patks Hill. It was said that a
rnijority of the old soldiers heard
frVm favor Olympia. The reunion
Y.tirl&'held in August and the
Executive committee is expected
to announce the place and time
ot meeting soon. - Ex.
100 In the Shade
One hundred in the shade days
are here. Are you ready to enjoy
them, or will you Swelter and
Suffer? When you get home
from a hard day's grind at the
store, office or factory, you don't
feel like working a palm leaf fan
to keep cool, neither do you want
to Swelter. Then how many
nights have you gone to bed but
NOT to sleep, so hot you couldn't
sleep. An electric fan at about
lc per hour going at slow speed
will keep you cool before you go
to sleep and then make sleep
possible. If comfort and sound
sleep are worth anything to you,
they surely are worth the price of
the small amount of electric cur
rent that an electric fan will use.
Of course, an electric fan won't
work in a house that isn't wired,
so call on us or anybody who
does wiring and get ready to
REALLY ENJOY the hot days
wd nights that are here. Inves
figate our prices on fans. The
manufacturers' stock is getting
low, so get busy.
26tf Kentucky Utilities Co., Inc.
The physicians and nurses of
Berea aided by the abundance of
pure air and fresh water so abun
dant in town, have brought about
such healthful condition in the
community that the college Hos
pital closes this week not to be
opened again till .school begins.
Dr. R. H. Cowley, the College
physician is away on a short vaca
tion and the . nurses, who have
done such splendid work for the
past year are anxious for a rest
They will be on hand the first of
September and the hospital will
be ready to provide for all who
need care and treatment. Berea
L. & N. Time Table
Mouth Hound ,
No. 31 "-Cincinnati to Atlanta, arrive and
depart (midnight), 12:10 a. m.
No. 71 Richmond to Stanford, departs
6:45 a. m.
No. 1 Louisville to Keattyville. arrive
12:10 p. m., depart 12:15 p. m..
No. 37- Cincinnati to Knoxvllle, arrive
11:42 a. m., depart 12:12 p. m.
No. 33 Cincinnati to Jacksonville, arrive
and depart 11:31 a. m.
No. 27 Richmond to Louiville via. Row
land, depart 1:00 p. m.
No. 3 l-oulsvllle to rjf-ittyvllle, arrive
6:45 p. m., depart 7:35 p. m.
No. 0-Cincinnati and Mayivllle to Stan
ford, arrive 731, depart 7:35 p. m.
No. 34 - Atlanta to Cincinnati, arrives and
Departs 4:11 a. m.
No. 10- Stanford to Cincinnati and Mays-
ville, arrives 6:20 a. m, departs
6:25 a. m. '
No. 2 Reattyville to Louisville, arrives
7:15 a. m departs 720 a. m.
No. 28 - Louisville to Richmond via. Row
land, arrives 12:05 p. m.
No. 38- Knoxvillc to Cincinnati, arrives
135 p. m.. departs 2:00 p. m.
No. 70 Stanford to Richmond, arrives
230 p. m.
No. 4 Beattyville to Louisville, arrives
135 p. m., departs 1:40 p. m.
No. 32- Jacksonville to Cincinnati, arrives
and departs 5:07.
Nos. 31. 37, 33. 27, 34, 28, 38. 32 are
daily trains. -
Nos. 71, 1. 3 9. 10, 2, 70, 4. daily ex
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Powers to Quit Congress
Represenative Caleb Powers of
Barbourville, Ky., has decided not ,
to make another race for con
gress. Mr. Powers had not stood
in very high favor with other Ken
tucky Congressmen at Washing
ton and thinks that it would be
much more pleasant to practice
law at his old home than to be
associated with people who have
no respect for him. He will join
with Judge Sampson and Attorney
S. A. Smith in practice of law at
Barbourville as soon as his pres
ent term as Representative ex
pires. Berea Citizen.
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