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The Citizen DEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JUNE 18, 1912 Knowledge is power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge ii to read a good newspaper. Interests of ttie MovuitetirL People One Dollar a year, No. 60 Vol. XIII. MORALS IN THE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN YOU MAKE A CLEAN CUT SAVING buying your clothing and furnishings at this store. We are receiving the most substantial encouragement in return for our efforts to serve people with the best that money can buy, at the smallest marBy At leant throe of tho Presidential candidates, Tuft, Clark and La Follotte nre total abstainers "so far no Rood" , but that docs not count for much in political action and neither of these men as officials has ever token n leading part in securing auy governmental action in support of the "big four moral movements that aim at the suppression of intomperauce, impurity, gambling and Sabbath-breaing. That ono ot tho candidates that has done most for these re forms usually under strong pressure, Mr. Roosevelt, in not a total ab stainer, but tho rumors of his drinking to visible intoxication nro unsupported by any proofs, such an the public In entitled to receive from evory one who uttera them, who is otherwise to be considered a k Oliver Cultivators Simplest and Best Guaranteed even to slanderer. gin of profit. QUALITY and PRICE with good service have made this store of exceeding usefulness to our community and will keep it so. Watch our windows and watch our advertisements for seasonable offerings. Governor Wood row Wilson, tho only Presidential candidate of thin or any year sinco Lincoln's day who hns declared for Stnte-wiilProhibition (for that is n nonpartisan referendum and not a party issue), Ih the only one of the candidates that tbo liquor dealers are openly attacking in their organs, nnd no doubt secretly in cflorta to turn voters to any other candidate available in any State. Aud yet prohibition btates fall into the liquor dealers trap and turn down the prohibitionist to nominate men who are on tho other side or non committal, nnd "tho Christian vote," largest of all, is least consider ed by tho politician. bo far, tho record ot (Jongress on moral reforms is n goose egg which may not look well in November. Tnoof the candidates are in a position where their influence is nearly if not quite decisivo for tho passago or postponement of moral legislation in Congress, but they give no sign of bolplng. ILBL'R t . Urapts. A the color of the paint CHRISMAN'S 'THE FURNITURE UNITED STATES NEWS IN OUR MA N PROGRESSIVE TOWN. OWN R. R. COYLE BEREA, KENTUCKY CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE PAGE FIRST WORLD NEWS Sign of Insanity Shown by former I Queen Disturbances In Belgium Feeling In Mexic- oChina at Mercy of Army. TRACES OF INSANITY Editorials World Mown Kentucky News Commencement Day PAGE TWO. Heart to Heart Talks World News. Conditions In Cuba Sunday School Lesslon PAGE THREE Temperance Intensive Farming Homo Courso In Health Culture. PACK KOUIt Local Nowh Dairy Notes PAOE FIVE Poem Homo Town Talks PAGE SIX Announcement of Story Tho Fight on Uttlo Itound Top PAGE SEVEN What Uio Church can do for tho Negro Sermon I'AOE EIGHT Eastern Kentucky Corrcsiondenco Swat tho Fly GREAT FEATURES is-u- o, Tho Citizen Is turning over a new leaf many new leavet with this and wo hoio our readers will find great Improvement. Wo bellevo ttioy ought to bo able to discover it number of marked changes for tin better. If thoy do not wo shall Lo disappoint and haveJ to confefcs that great efforts havo proved futile. Tho Homo Courso and Health Cul ture articles, discontinued a long tlmo ago for want of room nro re bo sumed this week. They will helpful to all who read them a'i'l having had Dr. Cow- ro PJey'a sanction. Another now featuro is tho Heart to Heart talks on pngo' 2. They are In reality of an editor! nl nature down-trodde- Pago 7 Is full of Interest to nil who Delicto in extending a helpful There In hnnd to tho something there from Dr. Washing ton and a splendid artlclo from a Southern Governor. But tho great featuro to which we wish to call attention Is tho an nouncement of our new serial story, It Is to begin next week and our friends ought to tell their neigh The Dowager Queen AUuandrn, widow of the late King Edward Vll, la reported as acting very strangely on many occasions and insanity is KENTUCKY HALL feared. She Is said to change her orders to servants many times, each Everybody Takes Hold Cheerfully. tliuu declaring that her directions aro Why Didn't We Think of It Before? final, and shu Is peculiarly, almost Tho movement for the erection K hysterically, sensitive to every men new ouiiuing lor ucrea college or supiiosed mention of the for a tion i;lrls has proved surprisingly popular. mer King, her huBband. And the best thing about It Is that DISrUltUANCES IN BELGIUM we can raise tho money among our of the elections In Del- Tho result selves. glum a week ago gavo rise to seri That It Is needed everybody knows. ous rioting ou the part of tho Social par Hundreds of young people who wish ists and Itndlcals tho defeated away. to attend Derea aro turned ties. Tho majority of the govern young men many temporary ment, however, was so largo as to For tho In Industrial build accommodations mako tho protest ot no avail and ings and barracks havo been providorder has boon gradually restored. the ed, but we cannot do this for Tho King Is personally very popular girls. and has given an efficient adminis Tho Institution has largo resources tration of affairs. Tho disturbances Indeed, but It comes to tho end of seem to havo been caused by dis long "aujusimcni struggle" neav- satisfaction with tho suffrage laws tbo ily in debt, and every dollar of Its give uneo.ua! privileges to dif which Income and much more Is pledged for ferent liertons. A person 2u years tho support ot tho great work It is of ago having lived In ono place a doing. "Berea College never year has ono voto; a icrson 30 years already can bo rich as long as uiero is n of ago with children and paying tax slnglo poor man whoso children need es has two votes; and a person education," says President Frost (Continued n rge Hive) Uut whllo tho Eastern and City peo- plo who havo helped Berea are drop MYRON T. HERRICK MRS. ping away like tho good Dr. Pearsons, or feeling that they havo dono their share, new friends aro coming up right here. The students have set out to ralso $3,000 and they are well on the way. The Faculty will probably do as much more. And tho citizens of Berea aro "good" for another 3,000. Mr. John It. Rogers, a trustee, and son of Derea'a first head, and ono ot tho children who Mere driven from tho state with their parents by the mob ot 1859, promised to give $1,000 on condition would that the citizens ot Uereu subscribe $2,000 within one week. As vat we go to press this $2,000 Is pledged In full, and people still to bo heard from aro probably good for tho remaining thousand. So wo hope In n The gospel of sanitation, or health through tmnitary measures, baa not boon preached in vain iu magazines and uewspapera nnd by lectures during the last few years. Far and wide there aro evidences And, more than that, it in plain that the love of n spirit of progress. of the beautiful, the aesthetic sense, is being cultivated aud, is making an appeal for bettor things. A friend from ono of the mountain towns sends us the following account of the action of tho town council: "You are requested to give notice to all parties having premises in unsanitary condition, to clenn them up at once, at their own expense, nnd, upon every failuro to do so, you are directed to take legal proceedings ngaiust them. Give particular attention to vacant lots, tin enns nnd have all decaying matter removed; refuse from stables must not 'bo thrown out upon the surface. Signed, Mayor nnd six members of the Council." Preceding this action of the council, the health officer of the town had issued n circular calling attention to the danger from the house, or typhoid fly, asking that outhouseBand stables be screened or dis- infected, and giving rules by which flies could be easily killed. "See what we are doing," wrote our friend, aud we are glad to nee. And we pass this along hoping that the citizens of other towns, even Ilerea, may havo their pure minds stirred up by way of emulation. STATE The National Republican Committee Meeting of Ky. Editors Delightful at Work Tariff Board Diet at Hand Commencement Weather Lexingof Democratic House Parcels Post ton's Week of attractions Good In Sight Three Thousand One Year for State University Hundred Miles Without Wires-Bo- ost Woods Heads a New Enterprise-Pr- ize dames for Chairman Our for Highest Attendance at Volcano Possibilities of Goat InK. E. A. dustry President's Yacht in Danor ger. K. P. A. METING AT THE REPUBLICAN CAPITAL As we announced last wee:, Chi- cigo has become the Republican Capital and will continue to merit Tho Kentucky Press Association met In Its midsummer session nt COMMENCEMENT DAY Pleasant Day More Attentive Crowds Splendid Program Great Ad dresses. Commencement Day dawned unus ually pleasant, cool and beautiful. Ordinarily It rains or Is too hot for comfort to bo found anywhere. But the only unpleasant feature of Com- i Vencement Day, 1912, was the clouds of dust from tho flno government road stretching through tho Collego grounds, blowing first north toward the main collego buildings and tho tubernaclo and then fitfully turning rjuthward and hiding from view Uio buildings on the other side ot the street and making it very unpleasant for all who bad to cross or found It necessary to bo for even a few minutes within three hundred feet cf tho source of the "cloud by day." to Some few peoplo did not seem mind It very much and even spread their dinners within a few feet of tho load. And many others wero equal ly oblivious to the discomfort as well as danger, and crowded tho streets near tho various booths on k leading down to the tho fostoffice. Incidentally It should be said that theso booths and merry' and fakers' stands in gen ernl aro nuisances and should not bo permitted at all by tho town authorities. They make Commencement Day They eniack of tho County Fair. aro not tolerated anywhero else that side-wal- Ollmplan Springs, Tuesday mornluK. A largo number of delegates took special coaches provided by the C. 5; O. railroad from Louisville and arrived at the Springs about three In tho afternoon, Monday. The first regular fesslon was held, Tuesday morning, and the 'program as outlined will ktep tho editors busy until Friday morning the 14th. COLD SNAP Kentucky and the country In general has been enjoying It would ba too much to say suffering from an 'unusual cold snap during the past wcok. Frost was recorded in somo places In the northwest and predicted In Kentucky, but not offlcally, the lowest record of tho thermometer being only about fifty-on- e degrees. It was flno commencement weather for the various schools ot tho state ' If not so exceedingly flno for farmers. AVIATION MEET ' Lexington hus been the center of attraction for Kcntucklans and a good ' ''3 ' many others during the past week owing to the aviation meet. Many President Taft who gets 101 out of nights were pulled off, some of them the 102 contested votes o far passed spectacular, and there wero no accl- upon by the Republican National dents more serious than the destruc- Committee. tlon of ono neronlane which tell 'Jf this distinction until after the con- ventlon which assembles the 18th. The national committee met on tho Cth and soon organized and began of business. Tho first showing strength between tho contending forces was over the seat of Committee man llosewater or jseurasKa. uie that Roosovelt contingents claiming MRS. W. E. HUMPHREY from a sufficient height to smash it uut tho driver escaped without 8eriou8 Injury. Other attractions of tlu meet wero motor cycle and automobile races, and for the evenings, Pnlno's flro works. GOOD YEAR FOB, STATE State University held Its 44th annual commencement last week, really the first of President Barker's adminTho class address was istration. dollvered by Prof. Hallcck of tho Louisville schools. Tho list ot graduates was a long one and a number ot degrees were! conferrod. KENTUCKY EDITOR MOVES C. E. Woods, formerly oj Richmond, recently of DeLand, Fla., ' Ldltor ot the DeLand Register, has 'told his paper In DeLand and now as- -' cumes the Editorship and manageas ment ot a paper to bo known ,"Lake Region" at Eustis, ,Fla. Ho reports tho prospects very bright for the new cnterplse. OFFERS PRIZE FOR BEST ATTEND. FORMER or wo know of. Whllo wo nro Ibonorary 'V'St'c t&i1 r.hort tlmo to announce that Berea subscribed a full $10,000 as follows: Students, $3,000, Faculty, $3,000, bors about It and ask them to subCltUeiiB. $3,000, Mr. ItogerB, $1,000. scribe. Tho editor has read It with And then wo shall consider what great euro and greater Interest, and former students at a distance can when ha finished It that It ho frit Mrs. Herrlck Is the wife of the new do. Already they have sent In several could hayo had Us Influence on his American ambassador to Franca. hundred dollars. life, In early boyhood, it would have And then we shall ask Madison beon of priceless worth to him. For County, outside Berea, for Its prop that reason ho selected tho story, er share. and, if ho could put it Into tho hands And then wo shall seo what our ot every boy In tho Kentucky inouu nearby counties, Estill, Jackson, Owstains, to havo boon editor ot Tho ley, Clay, Ilockcastle, and Garrard, have Citizen for two yearu would will do. boon worth while. There would l Tho wholo amount needed will bo payment enough in that one acPeursonB Hall cost nbovo $40,000. complishment. $Jt,000 which Is $200 for each per"Freckles" Is a great story nnd son sheltered. Wo aro looking for will bo followed by "Tho Girl of tho donors to givo $200 each tho cost I.iuiborlost" which will bo worth o of for one student i:i as much to tho girls as "Freckles" Continued on fagc Fle boyo. is to tho Subscribe Now and get the first in stallment of the Great Story, room-Bpac- mentioning dlsagree- come ablo tilings, and they should first, it might bo well to stop the hullabaloo from Uie top of tho Chapel tower which continues from daylight until dark. No amount of money received from tho sala ot privileges to tho beautiful view, al though It goes to a charitable pur rose, should bo considered sufficient to pay for such a detraction from tho spirit of tho occasion, A sign t'howlng that it is possible to go to tho tower, with somo one standln by quietly selling tickets, ought to bo sufficient. Now for tho real telling things ot the day. The crowd was not as largo as usual; at least It did not seem so. But It was largo and mado up for tho slight diminution in orderll nesH, interest In the real things or tho day and In geueral appearance, To ono who has studied the taber-I'ucl- o audiences and tho crowd lit geueral on three previous occasions tho Improvement was decldely mart ed. More people wero In tho taber-nacand stayed during the various wctlons of the program, and there wero decldely fewer coming In and lo ANCE A prizo ot fifty dollars in gold has been offered by John B. 'McFerran, I Mro. ton la an expert hue-ooke after the hand's afflea. mik ni It one of IM baet managed In the office building of the house of representative. Humphrey, wife of the from the state of Washing' n Chairman ot tho Educational ot tbo Louisville Commercial Club, to tho County which sends tho lurgost delegation of teachers and tt us tees to the Kentucky Educational Coni-mltt- fn0"Ph;; ... the man newly elected, Mr. Howell, rhould tako Rosowater's place which would havo been contrary to a long established ruling ot the party or- ContluucU on page Five Association, which meets In Louts- vlllo June 86. 20 and 27th. Jefferson In nvoliiiinil frnm rtila con .. , r'nimtv test, and tho distance traveled aa veil as tho number ot delegates will be considered, thus giving tho most distant and isolated counties an equal show with those adjacent to Louisville. Many counties havo their eyea on this prize, and are organizing large Continued on Pige l'lte delegations to attend. Hitch up and come! Pres. Frost will preach in the Tabernacle on Campus, Sunday, 4:00 p. m. Page Two. Tou l,oub"eM hl,T0 otten hciird such outburst from moro children. 8(lr up tho anger of the average street arah Msn-ll- y newtpiper for ill thit Is right, , and you will receive a sample. Listen to young bora In their play and yon true and Interettlnf. will near uie cursing. If fa Ahhnmnt. Tltlf Publlhci1 ttry Thursday l lterra, Ky, Have you act an example for some BEREA PUBLISHING CO. Infant who acarco knew what he did (Inrtirpornteit) he repeated the unholy words? If so, out or the mouths or babes you J. P. Fsulknar, Editor and Manigtr. are condemned. Swearing Is blasphemy and Is pc--j Subscription Ratos cullarly or the Occident. Ton will never rAYADLH IN ADVANCH uso the name of thai One Year I1.00 bear a Buddhist THE CITIZEN June 13, 1912. 'Tt-- rj I fttttart VlllCIl I Despite tliclr silken Obr sometime tho chains do chafe you. Sometimes we lone to choose another way and the freedom to fashion our lives after our own pattern Hut m lone ns wo lovo we must nnn.1i anprn nml ba lnn na tPA ijipra wc certainly shall bo loved. An- dis thero anything better than to tie needed by thoso who lovo u and whom we love? WORLD NEWS cntastropho, nays tho Ocncrnl. la CUBA prompt separation between tho mili- CONDITIONSJN tary and civil administration and .making tho latter paramount. And Race Antipathy the Source of Trouble yet tho accomplishing of audi Also A Justifiable thing would seem Imjiosslblo without Feeling 1,10 cn8n- - of tho army which Is n beyond control and will neither j Washington, D. O, June llth. n to patriotic appeals nor to reason. list-whe- iNlTOnONAL SONMrSCIWOL Lesson (Ily K. O. BKI.LKR4V Dlraotor of Bran in uparimn, in uooay uidi In atltut or Chlctso.) I HARMONIA CONCERT Continued from Writ rage Luke 7:3. 1T0I. was exceptionally well balanced. This Is the last lesson with tho exLiberal term elven to nnv who nhtnln new Tho soloists wero In most excellent ception of one that wo aro to hav auWHptlon for n. Any one etnllng n four j early uticrlptloni can receive The Citiien free upon the character of John the Hap- voice, 'Miss Thurston's work at tho iorniinen lor one cnr , v. . . il., rv .1 .. ... I .. .lim illliui IBUIlIUOnt . or AdvertUltiK rate on application, piano was par excellent, and altoruiiu.iuft John by or gether tho evening wns one long to MrMnr.H nr reasons, made Cannrnaum hi. Lo remembered. quarters, and tt In Oalllco that hi Illgby not only led the chorus 1'rof. great popular ministry was performed nnnn Inn InliiailnA filnn tint G rn"k8' tut also carried tho tenor m.Io part, Mennwhllo John Is shut up In the fortress nt Mnchaerus, on tho cast side ot "a 1,10 credit for striking the Tho contralto solo, "Kyo Hath Not streets. You say In your makes you sick. hardest blow against the rebels, Is Seen," was beautifully rendered ly heart: That tho source of tho trouhlu Is tho Dead sea. For ono who had been jo Intensely nctlv to bo obliged to "Everything's wrong. What's the said to havo offered Ills resignation Miss Graco Cornelius. Miss Ambrose Is evidenced by tho fact owing to the fact that his efforts to nuver nppcarcd to better advantage tnat political luirtlrs aro organized ill Idly by and wait whllo another's user KIJNTl'CKY TRUSS ASSOCIATION maintain discipline have been milll- - than In tho soprano solo, "Thesu on racial lines. This Is not only sanc nntuo and fame Increases dally was a severo test of faith. His prototypo, Is ready, the good wtfe fled by tho Interference of tho govern Aro Thoy." Mr. Thomas Curry rhowcj tioned but made obligatory by law. Klljah, had to meet a similar testing menu brightens np, and the children tell fun himself master of tho situation in his Hut in nn effort to relieve the fcltu.v (1 Kings 19: 3, i); why, therefore, ny stories of the day's doings. Uy and tlon It Is said that tho law will bo need wo wonder that doubts should by a change comes over the spirit of arlno In tho mind of tho greatest tciiealed. your dreams. After alt, there Is a lot Not ono of us at of tho trouble, nud "horn of woman?" Another bourco of good In the world. Life is worth all familiar with tho experiences ot possibly not the least grave, Is tho the living. life and tho Biibtlllty of temptation more or loss Justifiable Now will bo surprised when under theso Perhaps you could not have helped (3reat financial Interests have circumstances we ftellng. By EDWIN A.NYE. rnd of John's dues your gloomy mood. Certainly in tho their clutches upon tho Biignr uud tlon. v 2 fi. This doubt Is so natural reaction comes tho cheerful view. You other Industries In various parts it that it bears upon Its very faco tho A NEGLECTFUL MOTHER. are built that way. tho Island, and It U retried, though tamp of being gonulno ruid thnt tho A teacher In ono or the schools or n Hope! big city mode great effort to keep in so far without proof, that the negro record was not rabricated. It Is no- tn A- It always was In the world. From order n boy eleven years of age, son the earliest ages men alternated bemay have own Marled or !!cn.b,, '? ,!10 toT,m ? Jo,)n'8 " ' 'h a wealthy society woman. ho0. "l".,,"0,! of nt least encouraged by these Intensts tween hope nnd fear. And nlways tho genuineness of his Following a series of misdemeanors, fcan uas grown iess nnd tuo uo,,0 lar. a,l lacier In order to forco Intervention mIrncIp!li nor nnr but ,h(t ,m duc sciii uiui uuuie. cue ioiu mm 10 in1 ger. thereby escao taxntlon. as sent of Ood, but still ho qucs- form his mother why Ifc had been dls It is the great urge. Hefcolutlons liave Ikhii Introduced tioned, "Is this tho Messiah!" missed. Next day she asked the lad Despite the clouds and darkness, forin the House of IteprfsentHthes nt John was not envious (John 3:27-30If be had told his mother. ever do men aspire nnd strupglo toI Washington ntaMug luqulrlm us to ho was too great a man to bo that "No." ward the llghL Lest he die In despair, tfiu authority of the administration but yet Jesus had not wielded tho ax "Why?" asked tho teacher. a man lives In hope. The urge of bet"Well, teacher, I haven't seen mothto intervene, to threaten Interven- ns he had expected, henco tho ter things will not let him rest, to Jesus and this frank qucs. er for nearly two weeks, and then she tion or to menace Cuba by dliateh-I:iWllllugly or unwillingly, there Is tlon. John sets ua tho good exnmplo was Just goliig out When I stnrt to something In all to her cousl without of taking of us that prompts us his doubts to Jesus, nnd school In the morning she Is asleep, to the tight a Another Jesus In n most tender way answers tiie direction of Congress. nnd they won't let me wake her. When world to live for tho right and better In. iibolutlon has been introduced call- his doubting and at tho same tlmo I get home In the evening she is nt It Is the undying hope. ing for an Investigation us to turns It to his own advaningo In consome afternoon tea, nnd when she Despite all our fears and all our tears comes home late at night I am In bed. wo cincjninB':ii"tit of itimirreo firming his claims as tho Me us I ah. feel somehow the world must slope So I don't often see her." by turns both In Mexico aud Cuba John Sought Not His Own Glory. ltnwni.1 'T" ,i r , . lu ,iaiva. Hint r.i nVo.i Tho rccond half of tho lesson Is tho American Interests. ..1 lbe,S,Ch0?.' thU y0Uth ,S kD0Wn 08 for righteousness." boy.' trlbuto of Jesus to tho llfo and charWhile the ndmlnittnitloti nt WashAnd, moreover But who is really bad-t- bls boy or Because ot this Immortal urge that Is ington b'Miih to have nctod with ti acter of John tho naptlsL Jesus has, bis mother? s wo havo Just soon, Rent his word of in us world has grown. Is now good denl of ulnlom uKin tli4 eomfort nnd chcor to John when ho It may seem cruel to so characterize growingthe will continue to grow betTHE NATION'S CAPITOL. and furnlith.nl, It Is immmIIiU turns to tho multitudes with n highly information the mother, but ter. It must be so. The contnictlon of the eapitol wns iK'gun In 17 k'l, i rid the e.niertiiie of to so how oxi(trntisl the Cubitii eulogistic testimony ns to John's work, The wotnnn Is criminally neglectful. And so our dreams n the central portion of the bulldlrig till l l"i-- ilont Washington In (overnmnt a.td really pntriotk' his worth nnd his greatneas. True, his In the sight of God she is guilty of We dream or the day when all men September of that year. On At: 2 "I, IH. t!u- - eipitol ua p.irily ile.trojied breaking down the walls of her home, faith scorned to bo shaken for the monu equal chance, or a day by ItrltNh troops, who et firo to all the pu'ille bmMiims Tlw eonvrstmie of Cubans luiwt be, hating to constantof exposing her own ilesli nud blood, shall havo no longer ly put up with the threats of Unci-- ) ment, but John wns not n "reed shall be god, or a the wings wns laid on .Inly I. IK" I. by I'r.Ml.Ienl I'lllii'orc. ami f 11I0 Welwter of permitting the soul of her son to bo when gold of the wind," indeed not John . or ptei.sloiis. wen- - completed In 1KV). Sam ns otten as an lrrHii!ltilr it- -' was not n man seeking his own glory twisted by lntliivuccs alien to the day when nation will not lift up sword otllclntiil n orator. These against nation. rter seiiiiN n little news to Vali- - fl.uk 3:16) nor Ids Tno total rot of the capltol was aliout ?1 I.ihki.'Hki. home, of depriving her boy of n mothown comfort Our dreams? IitRiou to which u jdaiiiig Icodllu (Matt 3:1, I) Ho wns not clnd y er's guidance and lutluencc. ' In our better moments all of us chu be nttnehetl. Driven by her mad passion for en(Luko 7:25). No. John wng a An event of somo Importance was Interi.retatlon of. "And 1 heard, the dream or that some sweet day when ,w ,mH(, Vrlleut Cl0liwJl prophet, a man sent, cotninliMlonod, In0 tertainment or by some Insatiable splr tn hand with the nrretit, on the Mil, of Gonzales oleo." Tho effect wae more enhauc- It of restlessness, she leaves her son Justice shall walk hand spired of Rod. Ho liad authority to t) ,mve ,Irclllwl Ulat lH( Mercy; when Pride shall stoop to kiss I.nrlel. the deposed financial execu- - I'd from tho fact thnt he hud memor- , ,,u , i to bis own devices. for Ood (Luke 1:16. 2C) In dener sweeter sister. Humility; when in tire or the Involution. He was flee- 0d the oomplete score. A fine is it nut tragic nnd pathetic? al( ,0 ,mVB ,ho claring Ood's will to man Yes. John every land nnd on every sea man shall tig to the L nlted States and was ll.Illty of voice was evidenced In the , .,. Is all of this and more, for ho was him-wThe boy Is nt the age when the body KlltltrV H ait ill tllVilifWI JU HIT is acpilver with vitality and the mind meet his fellow man nnd say to him, arrested by a .Mexican ranger as he t.o soprano solos rendered by Mrs. tho subject of Old Testament .1- ,lmll, ,, u rillMlr,i tl.t "My brother;" when every womnn shall restless and eager for impressions. Is meet her fellow womnn, however fi.ll- - crossed tho International bridge. It '.Morton. Abovo tho full tenor chorus prophecy (Mai. 3:1, etc). John ginenuiK'nt dedans the sit union hi was rhosen among all men Thisgo bo-It strnuge he should blunder into evil en, and say I !. l to ib thought that he will be turned ,.,...1.1 uu 11r.uut wu run tmriuii itmu ,in, ,. to her, "My sister.1 ivjuiu . . I. ways? "' m'Hl ? Aud thus we dream aud hope and ever to the 'Mexican authorities. Ho ui-- Cordon Imrle, and Chits. Telford. ' . , ' " "... ? L' He Is not to blame. ..... .... .. ... no nin ifiitri ii.i'r labor. nanowly escaped execution by tho likewise, sustained the bm. Alto- - ;f ,Ht Under n better environment he (,(U lltl( whcl Jemm ,0 MoMlall m,R,lt onfr ,ml) rebels themselves before his flight. tether It was a production lmrdly might have been dllTert'tit. Send such they wlali l to bo iHml begin tho establishing of this new nlone. YOU ARE NEEDED. He protests his great friendship to surpassed In Uerea, n boy to the country, give him opjior-tunltIf Uncle Sum had some more jiower - MnRdom. It was In performing this Said my friend: says to work off his surplus energy, the Revolutionary causo nud Jo,in .one of tho ful government looming up over him. f"!,c "The dream of my life has been to that If bo falls Into tho hands of give him wholesome Interests, make a highest 'l''4' HEALTH RESORT lirofeMilng to I . t big brother and this eulogy wo ovor filled by man. Intake a Kuropean trip, but I never have tho Government the strongest arm Chum of him, care for him. nnd he Is noed to recnll tho dlfr,.i-.likely to grow up n good and useful got to the place where I wasn't needed in ...u ... ,i, 1.111U1.UIU1111 i.i..i. ui 0...1-,- ,....... fin niMiniK in iinutci nun iroin .ill uirnin 11..111. i.., by somebody. My son wants to start of the Insurgents will be broken. upn ihimi man. interierenci) nud to spank 'those iiuuH iiri.u two men. super-Jun- o John CHINA AT MERCY OF ARMY 1st. Now he bids fair to grow into a rich In business, nnd I must help my daugh,m whenever ho did not do Just as naturally born or naturnl parentage. army ot liberation from tho Tho ter to build a home, and I have an hoodlum or n nike, a creature with This famous Spring and Hosort, tho big brother thought ho 'Jesus suiiprnatiirally born of woman out stamina, physical, mental or moral: old father I dare not go away from." Manchu Dynnsty In China, just ns for over CO years baa been noted would no doubt find his position lmt conceived of tho Holy Spirit, henco Havo you felt that way? has often hapiened In other coun n ruined boy, the wages of whoso sin tuo worus or Jesus nro to bo under"ver Central nnd Southern Kentucky rather uncomfortable, You are needed by so many. If It tries, Is becoming tho menace mny be early disgrace or premature g 'for Its And leaving out exaggeration, the stood that nmong purely human beings pioertIes were not so. what a fine Umo you lU(j ,Iberty wWch (l otvna death. "nono greater was born of woman." The Tho analysis of tho water dhows six trouble In Cuba does not seem to bo Aud some day-So- me id order Is gono and thoso who de- Went to Christ Himself. jjU distinct Ingredients, which make more serious than that In Atlanta 11 day a dart shall pierce the soul Jesus' words In verso 15 nro tremenTurn the proposition around nnd sup- - stro'oJ 11 aro nQt wll"8 to obey the It especially beneficial for ttumach, f'W yenrs ngo or in Sprlnglleld, O , or this boy's mother for having brought Import. Literally ho says: pose. Supposo there were no bonds or 0,ller oI tne''" ow making, whllo bowel, n man child into the world and abnn ller and kidney troubles; us or Carlo, III. Uncle Sam, however, dous withtold you theso things nbout "I havo lovo or rrlendshlp or duty to bind you? incendiarism, pillage and violence well as purifying doned him to fate. tho blood nnd dejv. has a small army headed by ambi John nnd nbout my kingdom, now you Suppose dear ones had no claim on prevail. General Li, writing to I'resl tious genorals nnd a nnvy that has w ho havo ears havo an obligation roslajjf you supposo noitouy mnuo any can dent Yuan, Htys that tho army to lug malaria from tho system. INFANT BLASPHEMY. Hundreds of people are loud in ltu been ldlo for some time. And urn- - jlng uion you becauso of what I bavB upon your unselfishness? vjIom tlt0 succes3 ot tho revolution The small boy he could scarce have praise somo claiming their lives reiiuently we may havo a fight wo told you." There was need of their What more tragic7 , been more than six years of ago was ,8 u ,8 also to b f no- . A man died tho other day whom .. havo been saved and lengthened by may Interveno In Cuba nnd thero may understanding nnd accepting nn lm- crying. 8 'f"f- - Ththo army gave uso 01 uio water. Nowncro in our bo no such thing ns Cuban independ- - Por,n,lt leaching, but tho unreasonable Ho stood over n sidewalk grating. body needed. Horn with a sliver spoon ,lm,t tUvn deprived or gift. bcrlbes and rharlsoes would accept Near him was a larger boy who taunt in his mouth, ho had boasted or his Btato can bo found a healthier and en co lu tho futuro. Tll 0,ll' possibility of averting neither tho austcro John nor tho moro ed him. The small boy's grler stopped Independence. Ho wns n bachelor all happier people than rcsldo In and social Jesus. John would not Join In some or the pnssersby. A woman said his life; had traveled extensively and iiirouiid tho town of Russell Springs their galty. Jesus mourned not but DR. WU TING-FANto him, "What Is tho matter, my boy?" accumulated art treasures from many CHARLES W. ELIOT led n moro Joyous life, yet thoy rein Russell County. lands. Life to him was a pleasure gar- With a burst or sobbing the llttla feljected him also. This "Son of Mnn," j This beautiful ojiot, bo richly low pointed down below tho grntlng den whero (lowers aro grown to bo not ot a mnn nor tbo mnn but son of by Nature, consists of largo nnd said. "Ho threw my ball down plucked at will. So far as any one mnn, 01 numnnity, Known as friend or knows, ho had never felt a throb or there." (hotel, and cottages, three ncrea cf tho needy nnd tho outcast. Is himself A small crowd had gathered, and one j. sympathy tor any living soul, lawn, flno spring houso with con cast out by tho religious leaders of bis Nobody needed him. man turned to tho older boy. saying: crcto floor, curb In center, surroundtlmo. Nevertheless In tho wisdom ot "Shamo on you! lie Is smnller than ' Ono day this mnn fell sick and was ed by oyer 30 largo oak troes, furnish, Ood (Luke 11:49) both John tho Hap-tls- t, you. Why did you Uirow his ball down taken to n hospital. Nobody Inquired lug delightful shade during tho heatand Jesus tho Son ot man and ot after him, and nobody visited him. there?" Mary, havo been sent and tho results ed season. Ho died, and uobody cared. "Didn't do It 'Nother fellow done of their lives and of their toachlngs Bays one who know: "Only the self Tho property has lately bacu purit," responded the youngster. Hut he provo them to bo a pnrt of God's wlso quit making fun or tho little ono nnd ish and tbo useless aro ever freo. chased by Mr. J. I'. Ilicknoll of Ho- -, plan. Ood's wisdom Is Justified (v. Those who aro worth anything nro stood on the derenslve. tea nnd leased by Mr. and 'Mrs. I M. 19) by lis workings or ns somo transTho denial stopped tho small boy's bound by a hundred chains upon Tuller, from Arkansas, who aro spnr-lu- g late It by Its "children." eobs. Ills grler was merged Into re- them." no pains or cxiicnso to Improvo Oreat as was John tho forerunner, Is It not so? sentment He grew suddenly Indigyet ho thnt Is In this newer kingdom it and build up a nlco home placo so, why should you wish to Aud, if nant. And with bis anger came a Jesus camo to establish Is vastly greatnr. a Christian basis for all visitors bo freo? Tbo chains that blud you ure great mouthful of oaths. er than tho old Hebraism. 'seeking health nnd rctt during tho Tho swearing of the tiny lad was a strong and silken chains, and they link O110 of tho six Panama commissionfrightful outpouring. Women, shocked, you up with usefulness and with cummer. ers was, a few years ago, a cub re. pluess. awny. Hoarding tntfs will bo only 11.00 porter nt flvo dollars per week, and You cannot be needed too much, be- The men laughed. per day with good room nad freo during that tlmo was much perplexed Here was a mere bnbo uttering lm- - cause the more chains that bind you over tho problems of tho Christian llfo ubo of water. Kvery posslblo atten pious Imprecations with all tho aban tho mora chances you bavo to serve and tormented by his doubts. tion aud courtesy shown guests. to bo served. nnd don of 0 rough deck hand. successlvo nights ho discussed tho inat Swings, croquet, lawn tonnls, etc., When you make yourself IndispenWhere did ho lenrn tho swnggerlng ter with his pastor; on tho fifth ho for children and young pcoplo. way and the foul anathemas? Ily sable you make yourself worth while. camo with radiant faco to Inform bis Dr. Wu will not retjrn to his former listening to bis ciders, of course prob- "No man la useless while be bas a Tor further Information, how to Or. Eliot, president-emerituof Har- pastor that all his questionings wero post of Chinese minister In Washing- iwach ably In the street possibly In his own friend." Russell Springs, etc., address vard university, Is ttlll traveling In fettled for, said be, "I went to Christ ton, has been rsperted. home. 0 hL yea. I kno w . foreign lands. I. SI. Tullor, Proprietor. himself." Tin. I.Vilrn holding their ground, It would cddint.c rTrpNAi '3 no Immediate pros-tireYou go homo arter your day's wonk w01". and It may be. despondent pect of tho suppression of tho revolt, Things have gone wrong during your several states being hotbeds of today. Mirrectlon. paper Yon pick up the evening And to mnko tho situation worse Strikes, lockouts accidents, cruelties. ,llsllboriU,mtlon rt.IK)rtt.(1 the . mn I"-"fnr-n.- In cnln tlnn ,n Ink. h nnmn of Stop Itl It Is a useless habit and adds noth- rent Unipa The dale niter jour name on lalxl hovr to Ing to the force or English speech. If hat ilnte our nuWrimlon l raid If It l not no otber reason chanrnl within three week after renewal for Stop It lest when yon aro dead some! notify u, mIwiie nunUer will teRiiliyuppiietl If we child may go through the world retail., ., inir rnnr' nmmmtw ". 1'lne rremlnni given for new AuWriptlnni and prompt renewal. .Send for fremlnm I,lt All Month Thrct Month 60 jj Snl money tiy I'mtufficc? or Kvprem Outer, Draft, KfgMerol Letter, or one Money and two nnr f, nro educational qualifications 1.(18 thrOO , otos. Tho purposo Is to put a pre- - 3rd. Tho soloists wero 'Miss Craco Cor mium upon Intelligence and chnrac- not altogether a bad ldon, It nelius, Miss Lillian Ambrose, Mrs. L. ter W. Morton, Mr. Thomas Curry, and would soeni. Prof. Kalph lllgby. MEXICAN SITUATION Tho chorus of eighty voices,, under Tl0 gituatlon In Mexico Is still . . ... ... ... .. HIKliy. Holy City, was Tho oratorio, most creditably rendered In tho chapel, Monday nliflit, Juno col-leg- et I,f11l IUO OUIO ICaUCrBIlin 01 d, ilicri ''T1 Conditions In Cuba havo continued to grow more grnvo during tho pnst week. Tho chief seat of tho trouble hut In In tho province of Orlente, .'ear and frenzy seem to havo seized tho entire Island, nnd reports of outbreaks or threatened outbreaks havo been received from many places, especially throughout tho eastern end ot tho Island, whllo serious rioting has occurred In Havana. In Tho disturbance originated race antipathy, most of tho Insurgents In tho province of Orlento being iw groes nnd tho rioting nbout Havuna being duo to raw hatred, th negroes not being tho first offenders, it would seem, but being attacked by tuo wiiuvb in uiiuij iiia.u..vD, ol fending only In me ting In their accustomed places of amusement or going about their business on tho LESSON FOR JUNE 16. CHRIST'S WITNI8S TO JOHN BAPTIST. THI TPYTL.ll.lt lf,.ia C10I.DKN TEXT-"Amo- n'ic them that art. iiorn nr woman inarM la nnn. h that la llttla In th than John: kingdom of Ood U fraater than ha." yt .... .. 1 J-i- u( I u det'p-seate- d Uiit-Su- ppfr Heart to Heart - Talks. f i ...... ' 1"" mcs-ling- g wtr-slilp- H t1 BUaHHJJmNtt s w'-.g- ' sump-tuomtl- fc ....., pk .,.. lf 1 1 a ,.,, "". .. ,".?. .. Mr lt . t. ...n uuii uii, j bt. I health-renewin- i ' 11 G I - I I bap-turne- I'ur s June 13, 1912. . THE CITIZEN. . . Page Three. Tho young, growing nnlni.il requires a ration much different from thnt of tho matiiro animal. Tho Dy ALBERT PAYSON TERHUNC MONEY SQUANDERED ON DRINK most Important period of a pig'a PALISSY-T- h. DRRNARD Ilfo Is tho tlmo between weaning and Mn Who III for Alcoholic Liquors In the Unit, XII. Home Carc of the Didn't Know Whin lit Wit n.Wn Ids attaining HO pounds weight, Tho d State Amounts to $3,000,000,. growing nnlnial requires much profill attention. Eyes 000 Every Year. To begin with, wo cannot afford tein nnd nsh to produce musclu nnd A curious crowd gathered outsldo lly bono respectively, tho ptiroso bo- -j and tho lens. It Is filled with n fluid Tho nmount of money no epond a llttlo house In tho French town of to rnlso nny but tho best hogs, Ily EUGENE U FISK. M. D. similar to tears, the aqueous humor. very yenr In tho United States, Snlnten ono dny In the mlddlo of tho this wo do not mean nny pnrtlcular lug to grow a frnmo upon which sub- -, 1910, by American Press Copyright. tho Heqiioiitly to lay n pad of fnt. Tho posterior chamber Is largo nnd Ixtecnth century. In tho throng a breed, but wo do mean thnt nnd Indlroctly, for liquor would To Association. constitutes the cavity of tho eyeball Mlvo a two weeks' vncntlon to ovory womnn was weeping nnd wringing her animals should belong to Roino breed. meet tho requirements of growth, ti-behind tho crystalline tens. It Is rann, womnn nnd child In tho land, hnnds, stopping now nnd ngaln to A good grado la better than a poor KtilUiblo food must bo prodded. Tho We credit most our sight: one eye doth filled wtlii n transparent, Jcllyllkc subwith their tmnrd nnd expenses paid. atnrn through the open doorway of the animal of puro breeding, but the cheapest gnlns can no please doubt bo mnJo stanco, tho vitreous humor Tho Iris Wo upend $1,500,000,000 a yenr for dwelling. r.verngo puro br.'d is infinitely bet- by providing nlfnlfa or clover pas- - Our trust far more than ten ear wit-- i Is a circular, muscular curtain, nn neaaca. "Mo Is mnd! Quito mnd!" sho alcoholic drinks, nnd wo apotid ns ter thnn tho nverngo grndo to say turo and giving a supplementary com ' -l- lerrlck. extension of ono of tho coats of the much moro for Judges, pollco. Jails, walled, "To feed thnt mlsernbln furImration. In this caso tho alfalfa prowe ngreo with tho hnrd headed, eyeball, which by dilating or contractpoor bouses nnd Insnno naylums to nace, wbnt do you think ho bns dono? i.otblng of tho scrub. In two nil "grossly materialistic" philosopher ing controls tho amount of light ad tako enro of tho peoplo who not Into Ho hns spent every penny of our sav- portant particulars is tho pure breed vides tho greater part of thu protein who contended that "tho brain mitted to tho Interior of tho eye. Tho and nsh. Tho profitable feeding of Ironlilo through Thnt ings nnd lini sold tho clothes off li a animal Biierior; first, moro economihnrd drink. secretes thought Just ns the liver hnpc of the crystalline lens Is also makM $3,000,000,000, or $30 nplcce for bnck to buy fuel. Wo nra starving, cal gnlns nru secured for tho feed lugs In winter is somewhat moro For n fnmlly of father, yet ho pays no heed to my protests. consumed, nnd second, when tho nnl-m- difficult than In summer. In tho wn-te- r accretes bile." then Indeed tho eye Is . controlled by tho little ciliary muscles, f'rybody. four children It amounts Ho hns ripped tho pnllngs from our Varieties of Defective Sight, is rendy for market it will comseason In this latitude, tho lack tho "window of the soul." However, i fence, our door from Its htng", tho mand tho top price, whereas tho the eye Is at least the window of the yenr, n nlco mini for nn outijof alfulfa pasturo can bo largely a- - brain and In most intimate relation . .Astignrtitlsm Is caused by nn In- ng; In tho country. boards from our doors. Ho has broken equnnty n tho curvature of the cor- scrub will probably sell 50 cents tonca for by young rye. This should with that organ as well ns with the It la estimated thnt 1,600,000 men up every stick of our furniture. And lower. Just hero It Is well to rememrany occtlr ln nny meridian bo sown heavily, abont four bushels general nervous system. In tho sense nofl Th, nro nil for wbnt uso? To feed his furnnco, and women I" tho United Htntoa 0f the cyo nnd requires glasses that thnt It mny nttnln n grcntcr beat nnd ber that this CO cents reduction per acre, drilling both ways. physical-ltho cyo reflects tho emotions of wm o bend tho rays as to correct tho every dny either mcntnlly or that margin of Skim milk is ono of tho best known tho Individual It Is not so much the deflection caused by tho Irregular sur- disabled for work as n result of thnt bis wretched bits of pottery may intuit bo taken from our bo glnzod!" profit, which Is narrow enough al- supplements for corn in feeding "wlndow of the soul" as some people face. drink. Investigation among ' And ns tho potter's wlfo resumed ready. Imagine. If the muscular tlssuo stir- shows thnt mnro thnn hnlf of Nearsightedness. This is caused by ;utig swine, and wo will dtf ourher walling march tho neighbors murrounding tho eye wero paralyzed the an unduly long eyeball from before tho Inmates hecomo pnupors on InhcrltnncJ largely fixes tho possi- selves no harm by making nn effort eyo Itself would of drink. Thnt mentis thnt moro mured their sympathy nnd amazement bilities of nn animal, furnishing tlio to produco have llttlo power of backward. The rays of light meet be- moro skim milk, for the exprcsslon. thnn l.r.00.000 peoplo who hnvo put Meantime, within the house, n hollow-eyed- , detailed plans and specifications Ut fore they reach the retinn. Tho cornea dairy Industry is highly proft-ih- l emaciated mnn wns crouched thomsolvo out of business through in such cases is usually nbnormally Proper lllumlna ton. forehand, whllo tho feeding later Boy beans and corn, In tho proor-tlofor beforo n roaring furnace, Into which builds drink hnvo to bo fed nnd rnred Tho human eyo was originally adapt- - convex, tho structure and maintains he bad Just burled tho last combushardat the cxpenttn of tho honest of about ono to six,' mako an ed to daylight, nnd until tho Invention . I'arsightcdncss.-Tb- ls Is caused by a advocate cross working peoplo who do not drink. tible fragment- - of his household It. Somo feeders Bhort eyeball from beforo backward, breeding of hogs, holding that tho excellent rntlon for young pigs, and of printing tho demands upon the evoi goods. Warden Itoborts of tho Nw York Joy should by all means of tho overage man were mostly 'for Tho """J"9 of "Kut fa" to mce' heforo This man whom his wlfo nnd neigh- cross bred nnlmals mako better feedInland, almsbouso on Illnckwnll' we distant vision In tho sunlight and sol ihef reacb llle retinn. bors declared mnd wns Hernard Palls-sy- ( ers. Kin If wo grant this to be grown on the homo farm, for ,n bot.'' of Ul nl,ovo cont,Itlons dIs- of thnt ho believed son of n French glass painter. Ho true, the samo feeder will admit thereby serve tho doubto purpose 'f dom for reading, especially by artificial torted Image is formed, tho Intnntes ennio there through drink and glasses Ught. comImproving tho soil by growing tho I)r T. D. Crotbers nsscrtB thnt ono bnil followed his father's trado rcQulreU either for near or distant that tho second cross Is very iioor. Under modern conditions both light person out of every ten who dies goes fortably enough In Snlntos, wbero he Then In order to keep stocked wltii legumo nnd wo provldo ono of the and llternttiro nre at tho command of v,slon- bad settled down nnd married, nut to his grnve on nccnunt of tho nbuso Importance of Proper Glasses, nnlmals of tho first cross wo must bebt posslblo pig feeds. High grado tho humblest citizen, although the lit- of nil diseases one dny ho chanced upon nn old of nlcohol. nnd bo continually dependent upon tho dlgestor tankage ono part, nnd corn ernture, llko tho light. Is not always Tho degree of Injury thnt results cup of Moorish make. of mnnklnd nro trncenble to nlcohol. nlno parts is a good ration. For finishfrom errors of refraction depends upon of the best. Ho noted that It was covered with puiii breeders for fresh stock of tho It Is commnny supposed that thcro Probably the best quality of light for 'he temperament and constitution of always pay- ing tho matiiro animal probably corn n glazed or enameled substanco that two breeds concerned, Is no hnrm In drinking If tho person alono Is best for all practical pur- the eye Is thnt of theconl oil lamp, pro- - Ue Individual as well as the extent of gave It a rare beauty. Ho made In- ing fancy prices. does not become Intoxicated. Hut docvlded a proper burner nnd shade are ,uo error. Just as n little tobacco or quiries, but could Ono of tho best features of tors nro constnntly meeting enscs of Undaunted nny poses. by not Iearn Ul0 B0. employed. The only objection to this nlcohol will In somo subjects produco pnralysls caused by nlcohol In tlioao Mnd of stock farming Is that it Ily proper breeding and feeding wo Hcht Is Three Hundred crot process i. the Inconvenience of lonklnc chaos In the nervous system so will a And who never becomo Intoxicated. by tll0 jjoorg !,,) stimulates other fnrm activities. The win obtain rapid gains and early ma- ' after It nnd the heat from Its proxlm- - ,llKut refractive error In a person of besides this, It Is known that peoplo (red should nearly nil bo produced turity, thereby lessening cost tt lty. unstable nervous organization cause a wbo drink very tnoderntoly nro not so produced this enamel. Then he began on tho farm. Ono important prlncl-pl- o gains and danger from disease. i Tho worst form of light Is tho flick- profound disturbance of tho general when attacked by experimenting. It wns quickly proven well nblo to resist fcllow-work- In feeding T. It. Bryant, Supt Extension ering gas flame, which contains mnny health. will bo mentioned dUoaso. Peoplo wbo drink even mod' to tho satisfaction of his When a refractive error exists tho yellow. Irritating rays nnd Is very m, rUV nf ilnnth crs that no was on mo wrong iracK 1. r ciliary muscles endeavor to correct it on account of Its unsteadl Peoplo who mil that tho art of enamelling could In surgical operations. any ok the right against tho coaxings of friends ness. Tbo Wplshneli nttnrhmpnt nvir by altering the shape of the lens. Un- PEAK SCOUTS uso nlcohollc bevernges have moro not be rediscovered by employed. Hut Pallssy r tho Jeera or threats of cnemlcj, comes these obiections. but unless the less ,ho en"or Is extreme the effort Is dl.eases than people who do not drink, methods ho not usuauy succcssrui, ana tne patient Twelve Points In Scout Law he realize n, nf and defeat docs not down him. ti.-- , tnn v Writ i' nlono could figured out that soonwas 'thinks be hns good eyesight. Dut a or that ....-- . i.nilont. In benten. Ho ih.i nr th ii 11. A SCOUT IS CLEAN. IIo keeps cf To glvo tho boy tbo benefits upon the correct condition of tension exists ln the tlellovue hospital during one year, over Into ho must come Ufa and organization and to clean In body and thought, stands to of accommodation which will patients. chemical mixture sought. produce the outdoor were nlcohollc He was ut- help him by making vlrtuo itopular for clean speech, clean sport, clean be reflected in n long train of nervous The startling atatemcnt la made by whllo enamel he which and nt tho pamo tlmo eliminate tho habits, and travels with a clean the symptoms, especially headaches, unProfessor Cutton that out of ovory 100 terly Ignorant ofsuch materials yet for enamel, go to make up less the subject Is of an especially rofeatures of military crowd. undesirable alcoholics attacked by pneumonia TO years ho labored on the problem, ma- organization, is tbo aim of tho Uoy 12. A SCOUT IS REVERENT. Ho bust nnd resistant type, die, whllo out of every 100 people who king no fewer than 300 mixtures, all i If tho eye were a lifeless optical Inarc not drinkers only 22 dlo when atScouts of America. Tho boy Bcouts Is reverent toward God. Ho Is faith of which turned out to be wrong. strument any shopkeeper would bo tacked by pneumonia. ful ln his religious duties and respects pcacu scouts. At last he concocted one final nre qualified to test It and with a little If It could be shown that tho drink-In- s formula, resolving boy Uio convictions of otliers in matcra There aro Uueo grades of that If It failed he training could prescribe correct glasses. man had better bralna, or better First tho tenderfoot; then of custom and religion. would nbandon tho quest which had JecouU: 'As the eye Is a living organ It should muscles, or bettor earning power, or already Impoverished him and return tho second-clas- s scout; and last tho bo tested with doe regard to that fact lived longer than tho man who did to his old IN FIVE SECTIONS glass painting. trado of first-clas- s bcout. And It Is not an and by a physician wbo can study the not drink, there might be some arguWith despair In his heart Pallssy easy thing. to pass from one rank to eye conditions as a whole and not ment In fnvor of drink, even In spite placed In i Tho 'Mountain Eagle, tho enterpristhe furnaco the pieces of tho ono above. It takes tlmo and alone the optical conditions which have Hut of all that has lust been aald. After four pottery had prepared. been created by a combination of tbo thousands of experiments have shown houra hohedrew them out. They were effort. Lot tho boys between twelve ing weekly of Whitesburg, Letcher refractive error nnd the patient's effort that tho brain worker nnd the laboring coated with tho beautiful white en- and eighteen years of ago study tho County, comes to our desk this week pages each, man nre both at a disadvantage If jto correct It By certain drugs the following scout law und explanations lu five sections, of four amel be had so long and vainly strivthey drink. accommodation of tbo patient Is overen to find. Ills discovery was made they mean. twenty pages. Two of these sections come, and the full degree of the error Experiments In the French army Now nil that remained was to per- and understand Just what are lu pluk, tho first and fourth, and (They wero drawn up by somo of tho Sill of thorn profusely Illustrated, is revealed. The moral Is not to trifle ihowed thnt under all circumstances fect It best and greatest men lu tho country giving 'with tho "window of your brain" by the French soldier Is 40 per cent splendmore years wero thus conin pictures as well as Four letting some man on the street fit you more cmclcnt when subjected to n sumed. Every stick of furniture, 'and thousands of boys all over tho id reading matter, nearly everything regimen of total nbstlnenco. Generals with glasses. You will save money Uilted States know them by heart went to every wooden that Is worth knowing about Letcher WIH EIE 18 AT LEAST TnE WINDOW OF Til K and health by going to tho "man who Roberts nnd Kitchener In Africa tho the of his furnaco. He and aro living by thorn. Hero County. Aud that Is saying a great UltAIN AND IN MOST IKTIlIATB BKLATION proved tho samo fact nbout the Ilrlt-Isknows," a physician trained to the told his cjotlies. starved his family, aro: WITH TUAT OIIOAN. army Laboring men who used to grow thin ns a skeleton. But In the deal, becauso thero Is very much that wnrlf. 1. A SCOUT IS TRUSTWORTHY. feel the necessity of having their dram end success camel ptoplo ought U) know and want to eyes nre shielded from this light ItWhen glasses nro required they dazzling whiteness will prove lrritai should be worn-t- bo It regularly In order to do their work and earlier the bet- and scout's honor Is to bo trusted. plates know about this county just now boDesigning colored do It well, now know they wero forter. Some peoplo keep away from the placques and coating them with bis ho wero to violate his honor by tell- lus opened tip to tho outsido world The incandescent electric light i mcrly decolved. nnd that thoy aro bet- - I wonilcrfll, Cnamol. Pallssy opened n ing n lie, or by cheating, or by not by tho extension of tho L. and U, also trying to the eye, although it give oculist Just ns they keep away from j lor wnrKmen wuiioui urum, no fbo dentist, navlnc denrlv In the end. hop , rar,g Sltccn ycar8 i10 nn,i u'olng exactly a given task who' railroad. r nn excellent quality of Illumination. Is this understood by practical bus! his Invention, trusted on his honor, ho may bo labored to complete Bathing the Eyes. Whllo capital Is pouring into this the bulbs nre shaded from tho eye un ' ncss men thnt mnny largo railroads and now tardy triumph crowned It. Ordinarily the eyes nro kept clean by directed to hand over his bcout great county and mines aro being mado of ground glass, ns tboy shotiV and other employers of labor have prothe rago at court. Ills work becamo tho secretion of the lachrymal glands, badge. hibited tho uso of alcoholic liquors by Catherlno do Medici, tho oiieued up on every side, now towns be In dwelling rooms, tho electric llgh which Is a weak saline fluid. When' 2. A SCOUT IS LOYAL. IIo Is loy-- I nro being laid out employes at all times. Somo marlno Is nn Ideal method of Illumination, and Henri III., the king, declared and everywhere tho eyes aro Irritated by dust or slightdoes not consume or vitiate tho ali- tbo ul to all to whom loyalty Is due: his stir of enterprise is manifesting Itself, Insurance companies jnado a reduction themselves his patrons. ly Inflamed a solution of boraclc acid, 6 per cent. In Insnrnnco rates to of Ills wealth and fame waxed as bcout leader, his homo and parents ns was tho caso in tho far west a as is the case with the gas flame or i0 ten grains to the ounce of distilled waships on which no liquors nro drunk great as had been his poverty lamp. and nnd country. few years ago, tho Mountain ter, Is a useful preparation. Pure waEagle, luring tho voyngo. reputation for Insnnlty. Tho world of Correct Reading Position. Ho a. A SCOUT IS HELPFUL. ter Is irritating and should not be In this splendid edition shows that it victory wns In his grasp and he let must bo prepared at any timo Tho position of tho body while rend rubbed or dashed Into the eyes. to is abreast of tho wave of progress. lng Is almost as Important as the qua It gol DECREASE OF DRINK HABIT help Injured persons, and There aro no mysterious or magic Tho Citizen congratulates tho Eaglo lty of tho light. The habit that Tho Protestant religion, despite nil cavo life, eyo waters or cures for cataract The. Fliuiu tho homo duties. Ho must do and thanks its Editor for putting efforts of a Catholic king, wns sweephave of rending In bed Is usmt latter trouble Is for tbo surgeon. All Ina Picture Palace Proves Coun-'e- r ing Franco. Pallssy, though ho well at least ono good turn to homebody within tho reach of all tho things ly Injurious, not simply because pb.v Attraction to Drinking Dare In such nostrums either contain simple know thnt such an every day. everybody wants to know about his slclaus "do not bellevo ln It." but fi Small English Town. Imprisonment the act wouj wrcck astrlngeuts, in which caso thoy are 4. A SCOUT IS FlllENULY. Ho is Tho body I Tory definite reasons. j uiity. Reward of Serv- - hlg collrt faV0r, harmless, but unduly expensive, or often held In a strained position, wit and a brother to every a friend to which Reforenco waa mado nt tho Oldham camoanopen con 'other scout. all ' the hend bent forward, causing con they contain powerfulnotdrugs, it, ami LETTER TO THE CITIZEN cure licensing sessions, In England, lately, vert to tho now creed. Ho not only gcstlon of tho eyes. If tho book 1" mask: disease, but do IIo 0. A SCOUT IS COURTEOUS. are dangerous when self administered. to the good effect of competition of declared himself a Protestant, but Rnntcul, Kansas, Jlay 30, 1912. placed upon a pillow or rest and th In using eyo lotions the eye dropper plcturo shows on public houses. Tho also, to tho surprlso of every one, 13 pollto to all, especially to women, head fixed In n uatural position llltl Dear Citizen: chief constable expressed tho view studied philosophy and natural his children, old pooplo, and tho ,wcak Injury will result. Probably aduli Is preferable to tbo cyo cup. The lat a Oh, how I would enjoy being at ihni" tlin (Increase- of drunkenness In tory, excelling oven tho most learned 'nnd helpless. Ho must not tako pay " bookworms will continue to read hi ter washes tbo margin of the lids andwith you all today aud during bed nnd "scrooch" themselves up In may carry Infectious matter to the delthe town wns largoly duo to the fact men of Franco on both subjects, and, for being helpful or courteous. Inning In this way new Icato membrane covering the eyeball. that the plcturo palaces which had incidentally, a Commencement week. Hut I novar all kinds of strained positions In the C. A SCOUT IS KIND. Ho is In acuta inflammation Ico cold comiprung up during tho past two years enemies. Ho will not kill exited to have that pleasure again. library chairs, notwithstanding friend to animals. presses made of gauzo and wrung out had drawn many persona from tho All this combined to undormlno bis I am sum thcro aud eyo strain, with will bo many frlcnd3 Until tho last sceno standing at court. Henri III. was re- 'nor hurt any living creaturo need used. oubllo houses. of ills, will contluue to dlstres in boraclc acid solution should be prove of tho years gono by, who will bo waa over there was scarcely any luctantly coerced Into signing a war- lessly, but will strlvo to savo und Later on hot compresse may nt Heron, Juno 5th, and nltho they them. being pracbualneas at tbo bars, hotels rant committing him to tho state pris- protect all harmless life. But with children a correct position more serviceable and soothing. may havo forgoten mo. I shall nover Mr. of on of Paris, tho Iinutllo. There, in his J. Yates tically empty, When any member of the house7. A SCOUT 18 OUUDIKNT. Ito and light supply while writing or read it coll. tho king secretly visited Pallssy, obeys his parents, scout master, pa- forget them. I shall always rememthe board emphaaUod tills view, lng Is really of vital importance. Cur hold has Inflamed eyes bo should great caro not to Infect others. was evident, ho said, that pictures begplng him to recant Protestantism vnturo of the spine may result from trol leader, ud all other duly con- ber and pray for Ilerea. were going to oo a permanent and promising him freedom, Dost wishes. constant malposition at tho schoel Separate towels should bo used and authorities. stituted form of entertainment for tho people, "I pity you," added tho king, "but ns Mrs. E, A. Anderson, desk or while reading nt home. Eye subsequently sterilized, and compressllo 8. A SCOUT IS CHEERFUL. and if woll conducted, they could be long as you aro a heretic I am comstrain In the child may retard mental es or liuudkerchlefs should be burned obedl-enc- o a means of rational enjoyment, and pelled to consent to your Imprison- smiles whenever ho can. His development and leave a lasting im- or sterilized. co wkAAAAl to ordora la prompt and cherry. also of Instruction, forming a strong ment." pression on both mind and physique. Care of Children's Eyes. EXPEDIENCE to the at and useful "It Is your majesty who deserves Ho nuvor shirks nor grumbles The child should be trained to sit The eyes of school children should drinking bars. pity, not I," retorted Pallssy. "You hardships, erect, with tho shoulders squared. A be examined from tlmo to time and say you nru 'compelled.' You aro less Ho desk that is too low or too high will errors of refraction corrected. 9. A SCOUT IS THRIFTY. Those a king, then, than I; for no man can does Health Secured. compel an awkwnrd position, especial with Inflamed eyes should bo sent not wantonly dcutroy property. woman wbo abstains la compel MKI All tho power of Franco ly when writing. Desks should never borne and treated until cured. "A man or Ho works faithful!, wastes nothing, healthy and aafo. A man or woman cannot 'com pel' this ono potter to be placed so that the light shines In The eyes of the new baby should be nnd makes tho best uso of his opporbow down to clay Images!" A man who tndulgea Is unsafe. or the pupils' faces. carefully cleansed with boric acid soDesigns king, too weak to save his old tunities. Ho saves his money so that Tho woman who rellea on alcohol for supAny signs of Intlajnmatlou lution. ComniQHTs Ac. Structure of the Eye. friend, permitted him to bo condemned ho may pay his own way, b generouB Anyone indln( Wlrh nJdcrlrllonrij port la loaU" Sir II. W. Wchardson, Without entering Into tho minute de- should call for Immedlato medical atquickly tii)iiin fr whether rrtatii our rMiviiiHhU. Cooimuitltiv u 1&S9, beforo tho sento death; but, In to thoso In need, and helpful to worU. D. liiTnlVm H iiruhablf tails of tbo anatomy or physics of the tention or serious results, even blindHA tence could bo executed, Pallssy died thy objects. tlontilricllrn0tl6iiiral. fur NO CQ0K oiil'tet,U patent eyo, a word regarding Its structure and ness, may follow. iit fre. tiltt aiteiicy In prison. Ho was 79 at the time of l'fttviiU tiltt tbrouati Muun A Cu ri'lr The rare of tlie eyes should begin Ho may work for pay but must' Harder Work Without Aloohol. refractive elements will assist ln a tweUlruAlct. without cbarga. lulu his death. Nearly 50 years he had "To a person In good health alco- labored ln poverty, Then, when glory not reccivo tips for courtesies proper understanding of the Injury In childhood. When errors of refrue or Scientific Jltttcricati. hol It not In the least necessary or and worldly wealth at laBt wore at his good turns. that may rvsi.lt from neglect or abuse tlon nre found glasses should be worii A bindiomtlf IllnMrktM weofcly. I.ttMt fir beneficial; he will do harder and feet, of this delicate yet long suffering and regardless of prejudice. Long life nud euUtlon of an rifiiildo )mrtial. Tcrma, 13 10. A SCOUT IS UIUVE. Ho has ho deliberately threw both away good health may depend upon two tiiontUlL by 14 Li all rawJalra, It" Dr. II. sounder work without resistant organ. for the sake of a irlnclplo. tho courago to faco danger in fcplte MUNN & Co Uaudaley. mall disks of glass. NewYork The eyeball Is Imbedded In a bou) (Copyrlshted.) of fear nnd has to stand up for tho Ui4Dch Vfflu. iH V BU WuMugtuD, D.C. hero. A Romance of Progress INTENSIVE FARMING Swine Raising ... i? Home Course In Tho Bwlno Industry In Kentucky deserves much moro attention than It tinw mrnlvrn. NTr.t nnlv should tho I number of anlnmln produced annually bo Increased but nluo tho breeding and feeding should Kcelvo moro carc. Health Culture Injury. The eye communicates with tho brain through the optic nerve, which passes through a holo In tho back of the bony eye socket nod spreads out on the Inner surface of tho cavity of the eyeball to form the retina. Tho crystalline lens and its llgnmenbi dlvldo the eye Into two chambers, tho nnterlor and the posterior. The nnterlor chamber U very small nnd lies between the cornea, or outer surfneo of tho eye, socket with an overhanging ridge, which well protects It from external I IF y olms-bous- e n s nine-tent- " earth-emvnr- onc-fllt- where-Fallure- rnir ai..,.. mcch-'anls- m one-fourt- h I . I house-fixtur- e j super-heatin- h - I - quccn-moth-e- i bo-'e- Be-re- J counter-attractio- .OslBli, Yr-Aii- VMM i Page Four. rut? ltlnAl t 11 r t 7t?M - June 13, ton. i Miss Lcona Evans left, Tuesday Prof. Jas. Watt Ralno left for V n aaw wool; tn tn IVknHIt .-. ,1 fn..finlti I ... w, 1at IU III w, '' l w..u., fl whnrn ahft will. attend J llll ttHI attend tho conferences of the Y. W. ; the summer. What Freckles could do, any boy 0. A. and Y. M. C. A. Miss Virginia Boatrlght, teacher of can do. the primary department, will spend I Dr. and Mrs. Preston Cornelius are o visited this week by Mrs. tho summer at hor home In Russell, NETS OF BEREA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Cho. 'Miss Boatrlght leaves, Thurs- - Cornelius' brother, Mr. J. W. Horn and family of Petnluna, Lai day morning. ITof. E. F. Dlzney and family are Berea is shocked and grieved most Split wood for sale. College Farm being visited this week by the Misses 'deeply by the death of Mrs. Wm. office. Helen Lewis and Dorothy Eads of lhalica whlch occurred Wednesday af- Tho Misses Margaret Shumaker, Delphlne Dunkcr and Myrtle Starns and days old. x New Perfection Oil cookers are attending tho Y. W. C. A. con- the "Boss oven with the window." Mr. Paul Fagan left last Thurs-a- t CITT PIIONK IBS Asheville, X. C. this week. jd.ty for Maryvllle, TVnn., where ho Chrlsman'i. St. Trust Co. ference at . Office over Berea Bank See tho picture of the Hero rf Prof. John F. Smith was called will visit until noxt Saturday with You to his homo In Tennessee on account chas. Tedford. tho Llmbcrlost on page 6. DAN H. BRECK v. Ill want to rrad about htm. on ot the sickness of his father. NU10 buggies sold at Welch's Miss Ethel Todd entertained a Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Slock Miss Laura Orr left, Tuesday, for -- uaegy Day" shows what ths pcoplo number of the Faculty at her homo her home In Chllllcothe, O., where think of good buggies. INSURANCE j last Wednesday evening. sho will spend the summer. Wilt lgn your bond. Mr w K Wanj Mtt Tuo,dny Tho real up to data line Richmond, Ky. buggies only Madison County, now of Rev. O. B. Reed, Jr. of Orange- , nght for MaryTHe, Tenn., to lslt Phone 505 at burg, S. C, has accepted the pastor-In w,th Wr c)l08 Tvdford. Ho will Welch's. ate of the Berea Baptist church for hvn to th0 Adirondack mountains. A reception was held, Friday eventhe ensuing year. Rev. Reed comes Vew fork, by the way of Norfolk, ing, at the home of Rev. and Mrs. to Berea from Erlanger, Ky., where "Va the suni- whcre uo wm ATTORNEY AT LAW to ho has been pastor of the Baptist ' Howard Hudson to say good-by- e mQTt Bechurch for the past two years. 110 Will practice in Madison and Rev. and Mrs. Dager who left rea, Saturday, and will soon return received the degree of A. B. In 'OS counties. adjoining BOYS' MEETING to their mission field tn Africa. at the Furman L'nUerslty of GreenOffice in Berea National Bank House cleaning la now In full blast ville, S. C, and In '10 graduated from was Sunday afternoon a meeting and dontt forget tho new furnishing the Theological Seminary at Louli-lllheld for boys In the Baptist church. at Welch's. L. A N. TIME TABLE. Ky. Tho meeting was led by Mr. Stan- Mrs. G. E. Pcrtcr and children reNorth Bound Local Welch's fertilizer has Just whatty A. Harris, State Secretary of 7:00 a. m. 10:66 p. ra. turned last week from Montlccllo, your soli needs, and saves you money Knoxrllle De,. of tho Y. M. C. A. tle 3:62 a. m. lowa, whero they hnvo been making 1:04 p. m. BEREA at $20 per ton. miked about "The greatest nm- 7M6 a. m. an extended visit with her mother. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati Tho Berea people will be glad to chine lu tho world," tho boy. Mr. and Mrs. Porter have moved InSouth Bound Local know that the sermon on pago 7 I At night Mr. Harris gne n short 8:16 p. m. to Mr. Canfleld's house on Estill 6:30 a. tn. Cincinnati .as written by Rev. H. W. Poe, who I,., idress, Illustrated by the rteroptl 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. in. Street. BERE4 tho Revival meetings hepi con, in tho main chapel. Ho spoko 11. W. Washburn, conducted Mr. and Mrs. (:M a. m. 6:66 p. m. KnoiTtlU a few years ago. of his pleasure of finding Berea s who havo been visiting in Berea, Expreaa Trains Mr. R. R. Coylo made a business well situated nnd protected against left, Monday. They will visit at varoff passenStop to take on and let Lexington, Tuesday. lce In bringing up boys nnd pointgers from beyond Dayton, O., or from ious points in Ohio and at other places trip to Mrs. E. L. Stephens and sister ed out strongly tho danger of doing U'foro setting sail for Africa whero and beyond. Atlanta Elizabeth May, of Salyersvllle, Ky., nothing and letting tho boys "Jos' they go as missionaries. South Bound FOR SALE: 4 foot wire fencing at returned home last week after vis- grow up," llko Topsy. 1:00 a. m. Cincinnati iting their brother, Mr. Noah '.May. Mr. Harris' visit was an evidence 25 cents per rod at Welch's. 11:44 a. m. BEREA. Prof, and 'Mrs. L. V. Dodgo return- nnd Mrs. Stephens' little son, Earl, of and Incentive to tho growing mou. North Bound ed to their hemo at Unicoi, Tenn., who has been In school here the ment for the good of tho boy life 4:46 p. m. BEREA of Berea. Monday, after making a delightful past year, for several days. 1:37 p. m. Cincinnati Malt of several days among their many friends hero. A story that Is worth moro than a Miss Kate Coddlngton accompanied year's bcboollng to any boy who will It begins In our next week's by her mother who has been visitread "Freckles" Is the name. ing her for tho past week left at Issue the first of the week for their homo Watch for It. in Roanoke, Va. Mrs. Dora King, one of Berea's FOR SALE: A fine milk cow. Call residents, having II ed hero oldest at Pres. Frost's residence. o years, died, for the iast thlrty-flvSeveral girls left, Monday, for BatSaturday, after a brief illness. Funeral Creek, 'Mien., where they will home, tle bervlces were conducted at the work at the Sanitarium for the sumSunday afternoon, by Pres. Frost, af- mer. ter which the body was laid to rest Juno 19th, Go to Mrs. S. R. Baker's lu the cemetery. for your laces and embroideries. Better refrigerators, Ice cream Master Max L. Howard of Jackson freezers and water coolers at Chrls-man'- s. is spending the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Noah May. He was in After spending Commencement week school here the spring term. Max a In town, Mr. and Mrs- - Edwin Fee father is the Honorable Callaway and two daughters, Mary and Bess, Howard of Jackson, formerly of automobile left, Thursday, in their Salyersvllle, a prominent attorney. for their home In Clarksburg, lnd. Mr. James A. Burgess, Supt. of the Miss Pearl Hill left, Sunday, to Woodwork Department and Rev. spend tho summer with her parents Howard Hudson, Foreman of Wood"W. Va. at Bethany, work and Repairs, led Tuesday morn-lu- g Our noxt "Banner Bargain Day," for an extended visit to their old is Wednesday, June 10th. On this homes in Nova Scotia. They will stop day we will reduce the prices on all at Detroit on their way, visiting our laces and embroideries which in- friends, and also at Montreal, and clude pure linen cluny bands and laco will return by way of Boston, New to match, torchon, thread and val. York and iiossibly Washington. They expect to be gone a month. lace and Insertion, embroidery lloun-oinFreckles, tho Llmberlost Boy Hero, for dresses, all widths of with insortlon to match and will Inspire every boy to manliness lace and embroidery yoking. who reads it. Miss Fannie Alma Faulkner btop-pe- d Torchon and thread laces will be over In Berea from Saturday 2 2 cents per yard. Pure linen laces VICTOR SET GOOD EXAMPLE until Monday for a visit with her at 4 and 5 cents per yard. All other laces and embroideries at undo and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. James In the little town of Victor, Montana, Presbyterians, BaptistH, 1' Faulkner. Mlse Faulkner was on equally low prices. and Methodists have not progressed quite far enough in Christian her way home from Lexington whero unity to feel that they cau belong to one church, but ihey are far Mrs. S. iC. Baker. enough along to live, and icorA-- as one church. So they have taken Nancy Taylor has returned to she has just completed tho A. It. Miss one of their local bouses of worship for preaching services nnd the Cincinnati where she Is nursing af- Course at the State University. No oue will bo surprised that "the week other for Sunday school. They have Presbyterian preaching two ter spending Commencement Angel" falls In love with Freckles. Sundays in the month, and Baptist and Methodist. preaching ouo vith friends in Berea. Sunday each. But their Sabbath school and their Christian EndeavHave you seen Welch' new fence Read the story beginning noxt week. Miss Emma Haagen of Burning or Society run on week aftar week as united bodies, without denomi25 cents per rodT at A Sunday school of lf0 they find a great deal national distinctions. Mrs. Newcomer and daughter, Lil- Springs was a visitor to Berea for more Bpirited and a great deal more effective than would be three lian, loft, Monday, for Jackson Coun- a few days last week. Miss Haagen Sunday schools of fifty each. And the Hatne consideration in their ty where they will spend the greater is The Citizen's correspondent at opinion amply justifies the joint young people's work. This victory Burning Springs and brought to the part of the summer. of Victor over denominational rivalries should be more than suggest- . Mr. Paul Derthlck of Jackson, Ky., office a glowing account of tho appre to other over churched village-ive it should be strongly incitative was In town last week. ciation of her friends and neighbors The Continent. Buy your supply of laccb end em- at home for Tho Citizen. She left broideries on our "Banner Bargain Rerea on the noon train, Monday. per Tho best story ever published Day" June 10th, and save 60 lit FARM FOR SALE Mr. Levi Durham of Dayton, Ohio, The Citizen, begins next week. Every cent. at died of tuberculosis, June tth, Hon Harvey Helm of Stanford, U. boy and girl should read It. Mr. J. R. Robinson of Gauley, Rock, Kichraond, Ky., where he came three acres of land for salo in Cnr-nir- d S. Representative from the 6th disCounty, near Wallaceton, Ky., accompanied by the Messrs. J. castle County, was a visitor to De- - weeks ago for treatment. Mr. Durtrict, during commencement, his daugh ham was formerly of Jackson County, will sell for 55 ier acre and give F. Owsley and A. C. Newland, was amonghls many friends In Berea on ter graduating in tho Normal Depart- a brother of Mr. Jim Durham who possession Jan. 1, 1913. This Is a ment. Mr. Robinson is Tho Citizen's lives on Hlchmond plko near Berea. great bargain. Commencement day. He attended school here several years agent In Rockcastle County. D. N. Welch, Berea, Ky. new Grocery and a clean Meat ago, and after leaving school went A Market. See tho new ad of tho Pal- to Dayton where he has since mad9 ace Meat Market and the new Groc- his home. ery on page C and visit them in their One four room houso for salo or lolnt location in tho Coylo Building rent In west end of Derea. Sco 1. L. Nash. 011 Main Street. U. B. Roberts Prices Right. Tho Misses Henrietta and Gertrude their Miss Lilllo A. Mooro who is now Beecher left, Saturday, for connected with tho school at Gray home in Sandusky, O, THE RACKET STORE Hawk came to Berea, Tuesday, for spend MIbb Olllo M. Parker will a visit among her many frionds. MRS. EARLY the summer at her homo In AlexandMiss Mary E. Welsh, left, Tuesday, ria, O. Sho left, Wednesday mornAdvertise in this for Boothbay, Me., whero sho will ing. upend tho summer with homo folks. paper. Plug hard, reg'Miss Alice IC. Douglas, assistant Prof. Jno. Peck left, for Chicago, ularly, systematically. Dean of Women, left, Tuesday, for Wednesday, where ho will attend the Play up the best goods home In Wellington, O. Chicago University during tho turn, her you sell at the right price mer. Prof. Horace Cromer went to his Miss Myrtle Hatcher left, Wednes- home In Springfield, O., tho latter in this paper. day, for her homo in Hlllsboro, O., Inrt ot lost week, where he will (Uwrijfci, M, bf W. M. U.) where she will spend the summer. uiend tho summer. ( oooooooooooooooooooooooooo LOCAL PAGE I AN OLD DRUGGIST AT A NEW STAND St., known as I have bought the druK stock on Chestnut I u-ln- oloootototololooofloo oooooooooooooX I DR. BEST, DENTIST glad to have the Pettus C& Parks Drug Store. Will be you come in and see what a neat little store it s. You will find that I have most everything in the drug Una that you may want. My Prescription Department is complete. If it is inconvenient for you to come phone me. Your order will be promptly delivered. please C. E. PORTER, Ph. C. Phone 10 ' Kv- - THE FINEST DAIRY How It Compares With J ft:"" If 1 Nearest; w Sctiooltiouse. VERSUS CHILD, T. J. COYLE ( DAIRY COW BBtRor BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBr3 Grtat Contrast Thought e, etwein the Car and Deitowed Upon Each Ntar JerMyi, For Palaea Ltsington School "Out t the Elbow." I hiul not hud time tn pot my lug-pnp- e together nnd draw n long breath je j., after leaving the tniln at Lexington "Ever been out t" Hnggln'sr "No," 1 answered, rather brcnthlcss-lroll TUB CIIILUHKN. mid dazed. Then 1 gathered myself nt n venture. homes or Mr. Ilaggln's great dairy together and answered "Oh, you menu the place outside of farm, but to look carefully at the I turned to tho man In Lexington where Henry Clay was nchoolbouse. charge of the engines nnd pumps and born, don't you?" n skcil the dlstnnco to the nearest "Heavens, no! It's the biggest nnd sclioolhouse. It wns no nn eighth of finest thing In the way of n dairy farm a mile away from the pumping sin. In the world. You know It's owned by tlou nnd wns n decided contrast architecturally. Although I had seen Mr. Hnpgin of New York city." I went out to tho great dairy fnrm wnlks, concrete walks, In every directn the trolley car went past Letlng- - tion nbout the Hnggln barn, there was wnlk from the front 110 semblance of gate to tho badly patched wooden steHt Unit were Intended to lend the children nlong the primrose pnth of y 11 before 1 wan nuked: REFRIGERATORS Are now on display at knowledge. Kvcrythlng wns "out nt r ' the elbow." The contrast letweeii thn enre and thought bestowed upon s dairy cow and n child wns here sharp nnd disThe dairyman could see and tinct. figure the direct nnd Immediate return lu hard dollars and rents when his :ows are luxuriously trcntcd, but he rould not or would not try to sco Into (he future of the children nnd meas ure the return from nn Investment in schools. Th oltlianthlp of a community li t good or a bad ai Its sohools maks run TU a JEnsir oowk. Welch's Furniture and Rug Department. All sizes and prices. all-ov- er WELCH'S ton's benutlful new Country club and surrounded by splendid residences, magnificent old forest trees. Too much cannot be said or written nbout this wonderful dairy farm of Mr. Hoggin's. The creamery, whero the milk Is cooled, bottled and double sealed for delivery In Lexington, Is an artistic building of rough stone. The huge dairy barn Is of concrete, brick and tlllnp, which gives It the apienr-mir- e of some splendid county Institution. Men In Immaculate white uniforms were moving iilsiut the barn getting ready to milk the I'.'." registered Jerxey cows that would toou be brought In from the hundred of ncres of blue grass over which they roam. Glancing nt the doors and windows, I saw that they were covered with screening to keep out the tiles, while water ples and hose were everywhere I was to insure absolute cleanliness. very much Impressed with the iK'iiuty, comfort nnd magnitude of everything I saw, so ns I left the barn I asked: "Where do you get this tremendous supply of water? I saw hose nnd piping everywhere nnd n huge tower by the creamery." "We have a complete pumping plant across country 011 the far edge of the farm at ItusscH's cave." I drove to Itusxcll's cave nnd found n erfect pumping outfit, even to n double tiller that the water might be as pure ns It wns mimsii) to make It. Suddenly I rcmemlH'rcd thnt 1 had not come to Lexington tn admire the beauty of the wide fields, the grand old SWAT 'EM! An American pirl is the first woman to fly over the English channel. And, spenklng of flies, ore you n member of tho swatting crusader If not. Join. KverytHdy's doing It. Doing what) Swatting files, and If you would llvo to l healthy, wealthy nnd wise you'd better get Into the ranks. If some ono told you that thnt delicious npplo pie wns Inoculated with typhoid germs, how quickly you would push It nway In fenr nnd disgust, and yet you nonchnlnntly shoo off tho gcrmy fly that is crawling around Its crust nnd consume It with relish. There's danger In thnt pie. There's death In that fly. Swnt hlml Hurn the unWntch your homes, necessary rubbish nnd wnste ns soon as possible. Keep scrupulously clenn. Don't dump dirt; destroy It with clennslng fires. One of tho easiest ways Is to start the children swatting. Offer the ono who kills the greatest numtKT of the pests a little reward at the end of the summer, nnd you won't need to buy any sticky paper or poison stuff. Flies nro proline. Kach one you bit means the death of Its hundreds of You do many harder descendants. things to prevent disease. Why not take this In band early In tho season and not run any risk? Begin your swatting now. Isabel Woodman Wa In Coos County Democrat. 1 WHAT TO WEAR Walk-Over This Spring? What Color? What Cloth? Whit Style? m Buster Brown Shoes FOR a Shoes for Men Boys AND Girls Let Us Help You Decide You will find it so easy and satisfactory to make your decision from our Klcgant New Spring Styles, livery one admires the beautiful styles and marvels at the attractive prices we are ofTcring. Your new suit will surely come from here if you see the elegant garments and try them on. We are ready to show you the best values you can get anywhere. Merchandise of quality at fair prices. HAYES BEREA C& We Quality Store" GOTT KENTUCKY ) June 13, 1912. THE CITIZEN, Tho names of all subscribers will bo on a roll to bo placed In a copper box under tho corner stone. And every subscriber will rccelvo as his Page Five Mr. Housekeeper: Why not let the Telephone do some of the work at home and save your wife from fret and worry? How many unnecessary steps it saves the housewife cen only be realized by those who have the Telephone handy and would not do without it. final receipt a beautiful engraving of tho building. On the wholo the pcoplo of moderate means havo subscribed fully as lllrcrally as tho people who aro to bo but everybody Is helping generously. sup-los"well-fixed," Bargains! Bargains! It is ever ready for use when needed worst and does not cost you anything for repairs or maintenance. Your neighbor's wife has the advantage of a Telephone, why not-your- s? Clothing for Men Clothing for Boys Shoes The Best Quality MEAL and FLOUR The Best at the Lowest Prices in Town BEREA TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED o proper. Tho graduates of tho Department numbered 8, but tho tlmo was too short for all ' rIvo their addresses, but those that wero fortunate enough to bo presented to U10 audlunco wero of a very blgh order. Tho total number of graduates from tho various departments, Agriculture, Carpentry, Homo Science, Nursing, Normal and College numbered Ul. Tho last fifteen or twenty minutes of U10 forenoon program consisted In tho awarding of tho Illbles and conferring of degrees. 1'res. Frost, In an unusually happy manner, greeted each class nnd In fitting phrase bado presented tho diplomas and them The surpriso In store for tho audlenco was tho announcement of two honorary degrees which wero confw-o- j by tho Hoard of Trustees upon II. H. Iloberts, I'if. llulno nnd The I'aslor of tho Union Church. d'greo bestowed was D.D. In each Colle-p.latUod-simuIl-J- Bacon and Lard In tho House of its frlonds and of Its acknowledged foes. PROMISES PAIICEI, POST Is Postmaster General Hitchcock very sanguine of tho passage, of Parcels Post Legislation by tho present Congress beforo tho expiration of this session. A bill embracing regulations for tho Parcels Post as desired by tho Postal Department wns recently Introduced by Senator Ilourne. P, provides for tho scrvlco both on rural routes and city routes, and tho weight limit Is to bo cloven Iunds. Hates are to vary owing to tho variation of distance, from fifty to two thousand miles or more. WIRELESS COMMUNICATION WITH IJIUTA1N Tho Marconi Wireless Telegraphy Company proposes to build twin etatlons on tho Now Jersey nnd English coasts, within tho year, of such power as to bo able to communtcato with cacti other without relaying, though tho dlstanco Is three thousand 0110 hundred miles. Communica tion was established several years ugo between New Foundland and tho Irish Const. The dlstanco is much less there. JAMES HOOSTED FOn CHAIH'MAN It Is retried from Washington that tho Clark forces are boosting Senator elect Olllo James for chairman of tho Democratic National Convention. Hut others arc mentioned prominently, among whom ore Senator O. Gorman, Senator Kern and Congressman Henry of Texas. TOSSIUILITIES OF THE GOAT INDUSTRY All Good Things to Eat Special Prices in Quantities Perfumes By Byron Wiiliams 1 "Tho Lord r lovcth tho cheerful giver." R. J. ENGLE & SON, Phone 60 Kentucky CUbC. n-la act with dulilft Anil Hie mowrr wukr I lip lay, Tirn' til' tlrtlft frr nMlah Mlrra To r rnkln' of tli hy! Oh. th air la nile.l with Inrena An th' itraaa I net with It yew (to out In th inornln' When th' Kllnt U ntiowln through! Whm th' Tllc nhout t kin Wt th' hull .tin-I-t fact'ry Hlnnilln' In my h.iyliurn tluorl riicro la f rnriklnc rna- - anil ron. Attar, brrrainnts an' Mooma, ltrdolrnro nnl buy-ruflxlnicii. Kuaaufre and alch I wamlrr In th' moriiln' To mntirnalal llrl.1i. o' Kri I'rt t (III my Mil with IntrnM At a ort of rarty nma: Ah, th' i ai iruli an. I hrnlthr And aa amrlly llkx aa II) me When you Kit up K'xxl anil early Anil go out In liayln' tln.tl I'rum Arnby'a (rrnti'il aliorr. yr foreign prrfumn So With th' rolumhlnra ami roaea Nmlilln' at you a you ium! ll'a the trnll to way off yomler. To th In rul of rial ami rheer, Where th' tlelila la all aw if I clov-- r An' they'a haytn' ull th' year! COMMENCEMENT (Continued from DAY It'a a aort o' tnata of Heaven To br atamlln' In the ktium Tho afternoon program was In kif- ing with that of tho forenoon bet ter than Its predecessors of tho three previous years that tho writer bus been present, and this was in a also, measure, duo to tho audience, which again was larger and more attentive. Addresses wero given by i;x.Govenor Vlson of Ix)ulsVlUe, Ky and by tho Kev. Frank S. Brewer of I'nlmer, Mass. Tho following trustees wero present and for a largo part of tho tlmo remained on tho stage: Pres. Wm. 0. Frost, Hon William Ilerndou, Hon. Guy W. Mallou, Hon. Thompson 8. llurnani, Mr. Samuel U. iiunsou, Kov. James Itoud, Ilcv. A. U. Thomeou, Mr. William It. llelknap, Augustus E. Wlllbou, Kov. II. William 10. Uarton, Mr. John Ilogers and Ho v. Herbert S. Johnson. Tho faculty reception was given lu tho Chapel from 7:30 to 8:00 p. iu., a farewell praise meeting followed from 8 to 8:30. And on Thursday morning the school seemed deserted, so many students and others had departed. Ex-Uo- 6ratpf() UNITED STATES NEWS Continued from I'irat Tagc going out at other times, whllo tha uttentlon wbb very marked and tho ganliatlcn, tho committeeman elected npiiluuso Indicated tho deep apprecia- previous to ono presidential election holding over and acting lu tho next tion of tho excellent program. next Tho procession started from Ladles' (lection, tho contott of tho Hall at 8:30 and tho program began election thus supposedly bejtig far reutter tho first gun at 9:00 a. 111. Af- moved from tho strife and bickerings ter music by tho band and Invocation, of tho present contest. Up until Sattho audlenco was first addressed by urday night tho contests In Alabama, Claudo C. Anderson of U10 Vocation- Arkansas, Florida and Georgia wero al School. Tho address wan really ".1 decided, placing In tho Tuft column and 71 votes. On Monday the contest of demonstration In that was his subject. It caught tho Indiana wero decided adding 8 more was delegates and on Tuesday 10 from attention of tho audlenco and loudly applauded and was a prophecy Kentucky wero added. A significant fact in tho action of to all hearers of U10 Rood things to Ik) expected on tho program. Tho tho committee Is that though ID of uoxt number was tho construction tho G2 are pronounced Iloosevelt supof a Iioubo uon tho platform by tho porters, In nearly every case tho voto carpoutry class, and this was follow- was unanimous In favor of tho Tatt (Margaret delegates. ed by an essay by Miss Orown of tho Homo Sclenco DepartTARIFF UOAUD DOOMED ment on, "Economy In tho Homo." Tho best work of tho Tuft AdminA demonstration In bandaging by tho istration seems to bo doomed by tho graduating nurses followed, and tho failure of tho Democratic Houso to second gun announced tho part of provide funds for tho continuation tho program to bo given by tho Nor-tu- of tho work of tho Hoard. If tho Department. Uoard could bo continued, and if Tho Normal graduates numbered 25 Congress wero not too proud to acthe largest lu tho history of tho de- cept Its findings, evidently thinking partment, and In their addresses, on that to admit that experts might bo appropriate subjects, mado a splen- a little more wlso than they, would did impression upon U10 audience. rfflect upon their ability, wo would Tho Normal program was given in be In a fair way to ollmlnato the two parts, a gun being fired just bugaboo of tho tariff from politics. tho fourth year class appeared. Hut Uiero scorns little hopo of such Tho fourth gun announced tho part n thing, however greatly to bo of tho program gtvon by tho Collegl-at- o desired it may bo, the Taft adminis Department tho commuiicenicnt tration being In for a drubbing both fruit-raisinal be-fo- ro PALACE MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY All kinds of fresh and cured meats and lard. Fish, Oysters and Poultry in Season. All kinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries. PROMPT DELIVERY :: : CoyU Building, Main St. U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. it :i Phone 57, Berea, The canvass for subscriptions for Kentucky Hall has been hurried and wo are suro this' Is not a complete list. Wo Bhall hope to publish such a displays of art in gardening wero the list next week, nnd It will probably work of the greatest of French landbe practically a census of Berea. scape gardeners, Le Notre, who laid are due Among those towhom thnnks out the grounds surrounding Versailles, Chanttlly and the Tulleries, for prompt subscriptions aro 'the which for two centuries have attractfollowing: ed strangers in search of example II. P. Ambrose of model landscape gardening. J. L. Ambrose One may say that the harmony, the John Howies order, the rational arrangement shown J. K. Baker In the gardens of Prance reflect the James It. Baker French taste. They may even be callHenry Blcknell ed gardens of Intelligence admirably illustrating Descartes' theory that J. P. Blcknell MADE IT CITY OF GARDENS "man is the master of nature." The Walter Boglo effect of a classic landscape garden M. H. Bowling Minneapolis Club Has Planted Hun- differs entirely from that produced by C. II. Burdetto a natural landscape garden. A promdreds of Vacant Lota With VegN. B. Chastcen enade in a forest in the midst of etable and Flowers. It. H. Chrisman rugged trees, dense thickets, rustic Thomas Clark The members of the Minneapolis moss, gives a purely animal, sensual Garden club planted 325 vacant lots pleasure, for nature dominates man; Hurt Coddington to vegetables and flowers In the year on the other hand an Intense, refined, Samuel Creech 1911, 200,000 square feet to vegetables purely Intellectual pleasure results S. U. Combs and 250,000 to flowers. It distributed from a view of the well ordered, well Thomas Cook 22,000 packages of nasturtium seeds to kept, charmingly laid out French garJudge Thomas C. Coyio children; covered every vacant lot. den in which man dominates nature. E. F. Coylo along two miles of the main arterial J. C. Coylo Incentive to Cleanliness. street with grass or flowers; cleared The city of Alameda, Cat., is about 0 James Cylo 600 acres of rubbish, and screened N. J. Coylo feet of street frontage with bushy to employ a unique plan to raise the standard of cleanliness in residences plants. It. It. Coylo Under Us influence 700 persons, not and business houses. In future the J. E. Dalton including Its members, also gardened sanitary condition of the various premDr. L. A. Davis vacant lots, and 18,000 bad gardens ises is to be shown by placards bearDoGroodt Mrs. at home. Nineteen hundred acres in ing the inscriptions "clean," "dirty," It. B. Doe Those places which do Improved. According to or "filthy." all wer Hundreds of inquiries regarding Mrs. James Early figures gathered by the Survey the not satisfy the board of health will tho irosslbllltles In tho United States cost of the Garden club was 3,C84.43; be placarded as dirty or filthy until Chester Erwln the value of the crop was $11,801.78. they comply with the demands of the of a great goat Industry are no-J. Easley In Minneapolis there are 6,000 acres authorities. Municipal Facts. reaching tho Department of ComEly Crockett of vacant lot, sufficient to supply the merce and Labor. These inquiries W. E. Farmer Correct Taste In Parks. entire state with vegetables. The ecoProf. Felton aio tho result of a recent statement No Inconsiderable moral responsibilnomic value of vacant lot gardens to by tho Uureau of Statistics of that John Fowler those who took them up greatly out- ity reBts upon park builders. People Department, that 200 million dollars G. W. French weighed the cost. So many vegetables yet know but little of artistic land had been sent out of tho country lu B. H. Gabbard were grown that complaints were scape gardening, and to guide growthe lost decade to purchase goat made by the grocers. Many of the ing appreciation Into proper permaM. II. Gabbard stores were supplied with fresher veg- nent channels we must have good pubskins for use In this country, and W. T. Galloway etables at a lower cost. People In va- lic examples of garden building. A Gay COO that the commercial value of tho Hon. John L. cant lot gardens neighborhoods bought proper appreciation of landscape art million goats which theso skins repD. M. Gott from the gardeners; the hotels during and the fine things about us must b resented would, had tlioy been grown Hardin Golden the week of the Minneapolis civic cultivated by those having charge ol In tho United States, have approxiGeorgo Halo celebration served vacant lot vege- our public gardens. mated a billion dollars. These suggesThomas Guynn tables. tions coupled with the further fact S. G. Hanson vaThree hundred and twenty-nvcant lot gardens were started. Of that goats of the class supplying tho W. B. Harris these only eight were abandoned B. F. Harrison skins In question could bo grown through lack of interest on the part UKn semi-ari- d John Harrison and of the gardeners. land In tho United States, now practiW. L. Harrison For a fee of one dollar the Bar-de- n cally unutilized, have added to the InW. O. Hayes club gave seeds for a lot 40 by Judge O. D. Holliday tel est Indicated by the Inquiries now 120 feet; plowed and harrowed the bring mado. Andrew Isaacs lot; provided 'supervision and inTHE PltESIDENT'S YACHT IN Frank Jones struction all summer, and offered valuable prizes. DANGER Hon. Wright Kelloy It was soon discovered that It was not necessary to get forThe yacht ""Mayflower" carrying T. J. Klnnard mal permission for the use of lota. Since ad. is directed at the) tho President nnd 'Mrs. Taft with a W. F. Kldd there was no cost to them, and the who has all the number of distinguished guests, was Levi Klmberlaln lots were to be restored in the same business in his lino in almost In collision with tho steamer Uruiston II. Lewis If not better condition, the owners this community. Northland near Point Lookout, SunS. C. Lewis had no objections. The local conJ Mr. Merchant You say day. The Presidential party was not Llnvllle gressman secured government seeds James you've got it alL You're sell notified of tho dauger. In fact it was F. C. Maupln for all the planting. ing them all they'll buy, anyBefore the middle of summer the over bo soon that there was no neA. J. Miller how. But at the same tima garden fever had spread like a concessity of disturbing them, they beIt. II. Moore you would like mors business. tagion. . Appeals were made through ing asleep at tho time. II. Muucy J Male this community buy the newspapers, and then by memALASKAN VOLCANO Simon Muncy bers of the club personally appealing more. A ship sailing in tho Alaskan wat P. L. Nash before clubs, lodges, Improvement orAdvertise strongly, consisters repc-rtan eruption of tho volJ. L. Pitts ganizations and other associations. ently, judiciously. cano Katmal which could be seen W. II. Porter J Suppose you can buy a lot D. C. Pulllns ui a great dlstanco. It is reported CLASSIC GARDEN IS REVIVED of washtubs cheap; advertise to havo passed through showers of Burt Ilamsey a blgwashtub sale in this paM. B. Ilamsey ashes, tho passengers being almost Exposition of a Novel Kind Has Been per. Put in an inviting picCompleted In the Champs Georgo W. Reynolds suffocated by tho sulphuric gases ture of a washtub where Elysses, Paris. In tho air. Seismographs in certain people can see it the minute II. K. Itlchardson Jerry Itlchardson Universities In tho west and also they look at your ad. Talk An admirable display of French art Washington, D. C, have reported strong on washtubs. And It. V. Rittep In landscape gardening, an entirely you'll find every woman in earthquake shocks during tho loot '.Miss Bertha Robinson new kind of exposition, has been comthis vicinity who has been few days, and these have been con Chas. Robinson pleted in the Champs Elysees In Paris, getting along with a rickety nected with tho volcanic disturbances E. T. Robinson Prance, where the society known aa washtub for years and years In Alaska. It is feared that much tho Amateur du Jardln (amateurs of T. A. Robinson will buy a new one from you. the garden) has laid out a series of dainago has boon dono, a number of Rufus Rutherford Q That's creative business picturesque gardens, models of the small fishing villages being near tho J. Q. Scrivncr power. traditional classic type. The purpose mountain. S. R. Sealo of the exhibition was to cultivate a A. II. Short love of gardens. KENTUCKY HALL OURj AD. RATES ARB RIOHT Mrs. Joseph Shupo As Is well known, two centuries ago CALL ON UN Continued (rou I'lrH riee Mark L. Spink Prance was celebrated for her marvela first class building that wilt ous, gardens, and the most beautiful James W. Stephens tU)Pf nat, im, tt w. a. dj stand COO years. Hut besides cost Frank Swlnford of tho building there will bo exGeorgo Thomson penses to bring tho steam heat pipes, MIbs Amy Todd and tho further expenso for furnish- Rufus W. Todd lug tho rooms with chairs, beds, etc. W. A. Todd A COMPLETE LINE Hut It can be dono. WE can do it. Burt VanWinklo Subscriptions aro to bo paid in 12 Hardware, Paints, Mowing Machine, Farming Implements, Gasoline sad Everit VanWinklo monthly installments unless otherOil Stoves, and Groceries James Wagera wise specified. Postmaster D. N. Welch Subscriptions aro received by Treas PricesR-Rh- t Abe Wilson urer Osborno, and by both of the Walter Waldron MAIN STRUCT, near Bank L'erea banks. W. C. Winkler. 20,-00v e 1Z r THIS s BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE j. d. CLARKSTON Giv'" I Page Six. THE CITIZEN. June 13, 191a. A Story That Has Charmed Thou sands. You Must Read It The Fight on Little Round Top Valor of the Twentieth Milno nt Gettysburg. Dy FRANK How Colonel Chimberlatn Won the Meilal of Honor. Copyrllht. WOa.bv -I rink i l II. SWEET wnr council II.Swt. T- SS 3 - gotiernls tlio night before tlio sec iid day's battle of Gettysburg beenmo necessarily n fran-ti- c pretention of Till: l'uilornl iWlrH Hcannln;; tlio unknown. Outnlile 011 rest. At this Instant the Alnbamtnna Attacked them on front nnd tlnnk, open. Injr with n murderous tiro. There were five successive charges by this force. Colonel Chnmlierlnln with drnwo sword moved up nnd down his lines. Tho bullets whizzed Incossnntly past him. Ills men weru constantly groan ing nnd falling ou every side. the IciiBtlienlnR HIV" Outnumbered tnoro than three to one, thor position wns tor-- , rllile. nnd It was apparently n of tlmt battlefield lli'l lay the encampments of tlio Intricate IIHISIUl' I two lioMtllo armies, omlnoiiH ntiil sol There woro oiiiii. few camp tiros. licanl the volca of n sentry challenging or tlio tlrnwn out clatter of n horseman on tlio stone pavement of the cemetery. Daybreak found cautious General Meade nt 111 listening to tlio report .1 of his division commanders, to their Btorles of misfortune nnd plans for strengthening tho lino of battle. Tlio unexpected wns certain to ll both ollleers nnd men, nnd they must lie ready to perform miracles If need lie. An Instance of tilt kind wan the light of tho Twentieth Mnlno on Little ltound Top. In token of which the colonel of tho regiment, Joshua I Chamberlain, for his daring heroism received tho medal of honor. I.lttlo ltound Top had escaped the vigilance of tho Federal commanders. This was the smaller of two rough hills, Btrewn with bowlder nnd bare, slip, pery rocks, rising sharply from wood h swamp, liohlnd which stretched tho Confederate battle line. At the foot of Little ltound Top n body of Union troops had been posted. It wns now nftenioon. Lee's attack wns expected momentnrlly, nnd every man wns waiting Intently, with his eyes fixed upon tho open space that separated the two armies. Just at this time, by a fortunntechancc.lt occurred toOeuernl Meade to order General Warren to rldo over the field In the direction of the ltound Tops. Warren did bo, nnd when be came to the foot of I.lttlo Hound Top be left his bono nnd climbed to the summit. What was his surprise to find at this point only one soldier, an officer of tho signal corps! He no sooner looked about him than It been mo Instantly clear to him Hint the top of this hill wns In reality the key to the whole position. His astonishment gave plnce to consternation. With his glass he noted the thickly wooded ridge beyond the swamp. "Captain." he said, "firea shot into those woods." The cnptnln of the rifle battery did bo, nnd a simultaneous flash of musket barrel nnd bayonet revealed to the northern general tho presence of a long line of the enemy far outflanking the position of the Union troops. The fact thrilled him. It wns most nppall-ing- . A strong force should have been intrenched long ngo on this hill. Perhaps evtin now It wns not too Inte. He nished off a messenger to General Mende with a penciled word to send General Wnrren nt least n division to hold the iHiitlim nt Little ltound Top. On the summit where tho signal officer wns stationed the musket balls were beginning to tly Ho folded up his flags nnd wns going to lenve. but nt this moment Wnrren enme back nnd Induced htm to keep the Hags wnvlng. "It may puzzle those people," be le-fa11 hopeless 0110 times could At bo The Boy Hero of the Llmberlost Is one of the most characters in modern fiction. Read about him in 66 By GENE FRECKLES R, 99 STRATTOIN-PORTE- Author of "The Sond of the Cardinal," and other works This Famous Novel Will Be Run as a Serial in This Paper BEGINNING NEXT WEEK CENT Oh, such a number of bottles. And then a man put me Into a drawer STAMP nnd it was there I becamo acquainted with Dollar II111. Ho told mo As Told by the Stamp many strango stories. I did not stay I do not remember very far bacU there very long, for tho man wns every few minutes tearing a few of In tho past, but 1 have a hazy recollection of a tcrrlblo combing I my comrades off and giving them to got. Dollar Hill, one of my friends, all kinds of people. At last sovcral says that wns when I was Just u "f us wero laid out on a counter rag and they were tearing mo up nnd a beautiful young lady looked Into shreds. After I was torn Into down at us. At last sho put h?r very small pieces, they took mo to finger In my face and said, "I will another place. I don't remember tako this ono, pleate." I wan tot this but Dollar Bill nays they did. away from my friends aud companYou cannot believe him all thy tlmo ions and was given to tho lady. for ho sometimes fools tho best if The lady wrapped mo up snugly to pcoplo. Any way they took mo and 1 wouldn't tako a cold, and took mo put mo in Eome water and stirred homo with her. When wo got thcro me round and round, over and over sho laid mo down on a Uttlo desk until I am suro I must bavo grown whore there was a Httlo package dizzy. After that they took mo out, with a lino or two of writing on and I was spread out in a thin lay- It, Sho then said, "Como hero Kldo," heated and I poepod over tho edgo of tho er, and then run between rollers and I came out on tho other desk and saw a Uttlo wooly animal sldo as a largo sheet of whlto paper. corao trotting across tho carpet, I was then taken to a printing saying, "bow, wow, wow." Sho took plant, so Dollar 11111 says, and ho that Uttlo fuzzy animal up In her ought to know as he has been nil lap, and beforo I could protest, sho nlong the line, and I was put on a had rubbed mo against that nasty largo press and a big thing with thing's damp nose. This mado mo rod ink on It nearly squeezed tho llfo sticky all over, and sho Immediately out of mo. I guess this squeezo 13 stuck mo to that Uttlo packago with writing on it. what caused mo to logo my recollecI was then taken away and put tion, for after this 1 can remember everything that happened. I can through a holo under a Uttlo winremember being put Into a bumllo dow, and I fell on top of somo nioro with a lot of my brothers and sis- Uttlo packages. Wo wore soon taken ters and sent away 1 don't know out by a big rough man who laid 1:10 down on tho tahlo and hit mo In how far. When I next saw tho light of day tho faco with something that bruisI found that I was In a largo room ed me all up. And ho left mo with with shelves around and bottles, my faco all black and blue. After a LIFE STORY OF A Yet with dripColonel Joihut L. ChtmberUIn ping faces tho In Civil War Day. men loaded nnd ,w'- - tired their muskets, displaying said, meaning the enemy, "nnd tuny tho ciml expert keep them back for n few minutes." nrs of true vet Tho moments of suspense came sud- ernns. Oolone. denly to an end with tho nrrtvnl of U h r. iiATTrnros it wi.t-rr'- s ni borlnln Vincent's Irrlgadc nnd Ilazlett's bat- though only of I.ITTt.K noUMlTOI, tery of rltled caiinon, I'lfth artillery. tho position ho held fine thlug-th- .it Tho young lottery lieutenant spoke. was of great Importance In tho battle, "General, what Is the matteri" might mean tho destruction of "The deuco Is to pnyl" wns the re- lietrent corps There was no hopo in entire ply. "I hope you can hold out until that supports would be sent him In sea-iotho Infantry gets Into Msltlon." to save tho Mstloti. Ho was "1 guess I can," answered Lieutenant never to yield, though It koomed Hazlett. As r. uinttrr of fact, ho stnyed that In n few minutes not n man would there until ho was killed. nllvo now In his bo left Tho veteran ChamU-rhiln- , Colonel Chamlx'rlnln thus descrlties eightieth year, thus describes the nowhnt followed: tion fiom this point: "Seeing the desperate situation. I had "Wnrren started our brigade (Vinsrdered my men to use the cartridges cent's) before be sent Ilazlett's hnttcry they to Little ltound Top. My column pass- 9f the fallen, friend or foe. When cartridge Into tin ed Ilnzlett getting his guns up by hand hml tired their Inst I resolved to nnd handspike to the nil mm It of Little fners of n rallying force bayoltound Top. The Twentieth .Mnlno wns make n countercharge with the placed on the extreme left of the Union net nnd so Instructed my olllcers on thn nrmy. The nttnek, beginning on tlm wheeling flnnk. on whom the brunt I right of our brigade, rolled rapidly wns to fall, ltd timing to mv center. upon my front The nsnult wns tlrst wns nlmut to order the movement when commanding the from the Fourth nnd Fifth Texns, Lieutenant Melcher, up by the Fourth Alabama nnd now salient center cotupnny. came Joined ml nsked If he might not nih Forty-eontnext by the and finally and rescue some of our wounded by tho Fifteenth Alnbnmn. "My regiment hnd nlready been cut lefore the oncoming enemy should I admired down by the casualties of the service. trample them underfoot. so that only IMS his tenderness nnd courage nnd 'Yes. sir: I will give you n muskets were In I ntn about order a charge.' line. We tlrst chance. forward toto our colors and fought without I went seeing the extent shouted 'Hnyouet!' adding 'ForwardT of the opposing Rut no mortal could hear this, the roar force, finch wns of fire and shouts of my men drowning words. constantly In- 11"We made a Blckle sweep, ft great creasing. Then right wheel, with our whole line, asthe two flanking regiments (Fift- tonishing the enemy Into surrender or wild retreat. We cleared the whole eenth nnd valley between I.lttlo ltound Top and preparing brought back 400 prisoners. I had lost a 'turning at- half my men on the center and a third tack.' were met of tho entire regiment on tho line. The hnd sent out on our left not by a change of company being nt line. It front. I sent wns madefirst In the chargingthan 200 by TlllE A SHOT ISTO H B,ronB men. We Interscarcely more midnight ndvnnecd In TiiosB wooni." loinimuy out on tbo rough sides that flank to strike this attack In blnckness. clnmU-rJnof Great ltound Top. beyond which flank." tho remnants of Hood's division had No sooner had Colonel Chamberlnln's little force reached tho portion of tho retreated, nnd with the aid of two hillside assigned to It thnn It wns regiments beld the position." The heroic lender of this remnrknblo engaged by tho Fourth Alabama, Soon action, lesldes receiving tbo medal of It saw n dense mass of Confeder-ntecoming townrd Its left, for two honor for his work nt Gettysburg, wns strong regiments of the enemy, con- mnde n brigadier general on tho field taining a thousand men. hnd been or- In a Inter engagement by General dered to turn the Union flank nt ex- Grant, nnd In I SOS (Jeneral Chnmbor-laiwns brevet ted a mnjor general Discerning In n actly that position. flash the grave peril of his command, "for conspicuous gallnntry In nctlon." the Maine colonel sent out n company At the ceremony of the nctunl surto engage this force nnd ordered five render of tho arms nnd colors of I,eo's companies to swing back until they army nt Appomattox Chamberlain was formed n line nt n right angle to the designated tn command. n for-wnr- d h Forty-seventh Ala-bnma- i, 1 s "mm V TWO 11 bag with I was put In a cloth other Uttlo packages, and wo wero locked up and sent on a long Journey. Finally 1 was taken out of tho cloth bng nnd placed in a cell with a small glass window In It. I didn't hnvo to Btay In thcro very long, for u young gentleman camo and peeped into my little prison and taw me. Quickly ho called to tho girl insldo tho bars, "Number twonty-threplease." Tho girl camo around and took mo out and gavo 1110 to tho man. I could feel his hand tremhlo as ho took me. Ho put 1110 Insldo his coat, over his heart, and I could feel It throb and boat ns though it wanted to get out. Tlio man then walked very fast until ho camo to a houso whero ho went up a long flight of stairs and Into a room near tho roof. After closing tho door, ho took me out of his pocket and laid me on tho tablo, I could seo all wero around tho room and thcro pictures overywhero somo only half finished. You boo, tlio young man was an artist. Hut I did not havo long to look around for ho quickly took mo up and toro ma open at cno end, If you have noticed, I say mo, meaning myself and tho lit-- ( tlo packago and out camo a Uttlo sheet of papor which ho com menced reading (ho laid mo back n tho table) Directly ho pounced down on mo. I thought ho was Insane. Picking mo up, ho began kissing mo and talking to mo. "Oh, how I lovo I know her! (smack) her sweet Hps (smack) havo onco touched yu e, 'of I himself that I couldn't open my mouth. After a whllo ho put mo in n box with somo other things n two or threo dried up roses, a mid a photograph. Wo all kooii rlb-bo- lit-jt- lo becamo 1110 friends. Aud tho rose told tills story: "I onco grow In the garden of a 'ladv that lived In Uoston. but ono c'.ay and plucked mo away from my sisters aud put mo In iier hair. I did not stay there long for I wiggled und wiggled until I fell out of her hair c.nto tho floor, and this young man camo along and picked mo up und after kissing mo a lot ho brought mo hero und put mo in his box. Ho takes mo out every once In a while aud gives mo a kiss aud then puts mo back." box I didn't havo to stay In tho long, for tho young man took 1110 out, put mo lu his pocket, nnd wo went on a Journey. 1 could hear but not seo. When wo got off tho cars, wo walked down a street and up somo stops. I heard tho young man ring tho door bell, then I heurd tho "bow, wow," of Fldo, aud I was suro wo wero at tho home of the lady that bought mo. That ovcnlng wo went for a walk, tho lady, tho young man, myself and I'ido, I did not pay much attention heard to tho conversation until I this, "I lovo you so much that I kissed tho stamp on that letter you vroto mo, for I know your dear lips onco touched it." Tbo lady laughed a Uttlo and said, (smack)' I would havo told him better hut ho was making such a fool "I'm sorry but I moistened that stamp that lady camo Into tho gardeii Fldo's dear Uttlo damp nose,'' and from tho tono of her volco I tiuly bellevo sho was sorry. Hero 1 draw a veil for tho next few minutes, In fact, I lost nil and when I camo to myself I was being squeezed so tight I could 'hardly get my breath, and I heard something llko small firecrackers bursting ahovo 1110, and tho barking of Fldo. After n Uttlo panting for breath I heard tho lady say, "I lovo you, too, don't I Fldo!" Then sho hugged Fldo. on ADVANCE TOWARD THE "Tho last nlno years, according to statistics collected by tho American Medical Association, no fewer than 21,1L'." persons, hnvu been killed and Injured lu celebrating tho Fourth of July! And wo hnven't oven the ravage's excuso of religious fanaticism. It wns criminal Indiffernnro on our part to allow Independence Day celebration to becomo a national calamity. THE CITIZEN KNIFE - Thero seems to bo boiiio misunderSANE standing as to who Is entitled to Tho Citizen knlfo and how It may FOURTH bo obtained. Tho following should 1k easily understood: Tho knlfo Is only ComIn tho Juno Woman's Homo sold with a yearly CASH subscription, panion there appears an artlclu show- price for tho paper nnd knlfo bolng ing tho progress that has boon mado $1.25. It doca not go to nny ono who pass usano Fourth toward bringing to Diibscrlbes for tho paper and does of July. Following Is an extract: not FAY DOWN. And no agent Is crusado for an approach to "Tho authorized to tako a tlmo subscripsanity in our national patriotic cele- tion and promlso to glvo tho knlfo bration has mado real progress. Thcro when payment Is made. wero only eighteen cast's of lockIn caso a subscription Is sent in jaw resulting from fireworks hut year, fifty-fofower than lu l'JIO. by mall and tho knlfo Is wanted, Of theso only ten died, thanks to not only tho $1.25 cash must accomper. pany tho subscription, but 10 cents tho tetanus antitoxin. Forty-Bovcsons wero killed outright by explo- must bo added to pay registration u sives, making deaths in fee, as tho knlfo has become bo popall, as ngulnst 131 In 1910, and 210 lu ular that It will ho stolen In tho 1909, Among tho victims last year malls and not reach tho ono to wero twelvo Uttlo girls who wero whom It Is sent, unless It Is registerburned to death by firo from fire- ed, and Tho Citizen cannot afford works. Only 1C9 blank cartridge to send two or threo, as It has boon wounds In 1911, whllo 410 woro roport. necessary to do recently, In order to cd In 1910, and Injuries from these get ono to a subscriber, neither to causo moro than four pay tho registration fco, as tho knlfo fifths of tho cases of lockjaw. costs much moro than wo get for It. ur n flfty-sovenolso-make- June 13, 1912. THE CITIZEN ling to do. In tho very faco of this ugly situation it requires great grace to "preach tho gospel to every creature." Again I ask, Bhall wo como up to tho standard sot up by God himself, or yield to tho cunning dovlco of tho dovll, sot up through tho demands mado by an unrighteous public opinion? This has been the contention from tho beginning tho ungodly telling tho Christian pcoplo what they must do, and especially what they must not do, If they would keep In tho swim with an ungodly public opinion. Tills is tho bano of tho church today, and because, of yielding to tho demnnds of a godless public opinion, has largely lost its tho church strength and usefulness. Wo aro commanded to bo separato from sinners, und yet wo are found having a great appcttto for tlio flesh pots of Kgypt. At all costs we must maintain our uoclnl jiosltlon, even though tho kingTho dom bo delayed in Its coming. Apostles met this same demand, nnd nnswered It for all timo as It ought to bo answered today by all Christian men and Christian women. IV. It might bo possible, under tho gospel view, to obtain our consent to drop out of tho social relation the ungodly may demand, if wo knew wo would noi drop Into a social equality wo know wo could not endure. Social equality Is a delusion set up by the demagoguo In civic contentions to meet his ambition for place and personal power, and paraded ns n device of tho dovll for tho strengthening of tho influences ngalnst tho kingdom of Cod. Social equality never has been and never can bo an essential clement In tho salvation of any bouI. What n spectacle wo would present If wo wcro required to knew tho social relations of a sinner beforo wo could bo allowed to offer him tho saving power of tho gospel. How would It x; possible for tho minister to present his mcssngo to a mixed congregation composed of many pcoplo occupying altogether different social Page Seven. What the Church Can Do to Help the Negro of Rural Districts By BOOKER T. WASHINGTON, Spiritual Gifts and How to Find BE RE A Fir GftM Sakoob UacUr One MsuiaftfMtlt FOR TH1 ASf IBIHQ YOUNG PEOPLE Ol Them By Rtr. H. W. Pope, OkM In tho twelfth chapter of First Corinthians, and usually In Paul's TW MWiNTAlNS President Tuskegee Negro Institute HAT enn tlio cliurch do to Btrongtlicn and consorvo tlio black 10,000,000 Americans, 82 por cont of whom livo in tlio country districts and small villages 1 What Am TaUaasf Wkat Ara Your AlmsT Bkh Hh tka Trtialaf That U Art Yr Bt Par YOU. ft VfBWlllfi writings, the body of which church Is represented as the is Christ the head. As the head directs the body, through It and gives expression to Us will, so Christ expresses his will through tho church, which is bis. body. , yen sot far edraaeedT Tfcea eater the FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thee. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Mere vni be placed with otters like yourself, nader special teaoeer, aad ssest rapid progree. , Ton will msUr Arithmetic and the MmMmwimm mmmmmttmm mmm k - .... J V Mf V aaBtKaaav ttaaaaBj Vanor Wejrde. BOOKEH T. WASHINGTON IN THE RURAL DI8TRICT3 THE NEQRO, ALL THINGS CONSIDERED, 18 AT HIS BEST IN BODY, MIND AND SOUL. IN THE CITY HE IS USUALLY AT HIS WORST. PLAINLY ONE OF THE DUTIES OF THE CHURCH IS TO HELP KEEP THE NEQRO WHERE HE HA8 THE BEST CHANCE. If Every believer nt conversion Is united to the body of Christ, and thereby becomes a member. Each member has some function to perform, Just as the band or eye has la the physical body. "To every man his work." As each member has some function to perform, so also he has some gift, for tho great head of tho church does not expect the members to servo without a capacity for service. "The manifestation of the spirit is given to every man." (I Cor. 12:7). Every believer is bound to bellevo that he bus some spiritual gifts, even If he has not discovered It, and oven It other pcoplo think and say that ho has none. Cod says ho has, and that settles It, nnd tho humblest believer will And, If he Is willing to wait, and work, and pray, that Cod's promise is true. When Dwlght L. Moody was examined for church membership ono of the deacons went homo anji told his MAKE CHURCH LIFE FOR THE HOW CAN THIS BE DONE? family, that of all tho people whom bo had ever examined, young Moody NEQRO IN THE RURAL DISTRICTS AS ATTRACTIVE A3 IT IS IN relations? When Jesus talked with tho woman was about tho most unpromising. THE CITY. at tho well ho did not reduce himself Events proved that God's promises aro If wo would savo tho negro, 62 per cent of whom, as I havo said, to her low standard of living beforo moro reliable than a deacon's judglivo in tho country, ho must bo taught that when tho Bihlo says, "Tho ho ministered to her deep spiritual ment. The spiritual gifts which believers earth is full of thy riches," it means t lint tlio earth is full of corn, po- needs. What stupid nonsense that receive are not of their own selecwould 'seem. Ho never onco thought tatoes, pcn, cotton, chickens and cows; that THESE RICHES of social equality, but doubtless he tion, but nro such as Clod chooses to confor upon them. "Dividing to evSHOULD BE GOT OUT OF THE EARTH BY THE HAND OF did think of the vast difference and ery man severally as be will." "God MAN and turned into beautiful cliurch buildings and righteous, uso-f- great dlstanco between himself and hath set tho members every ono of tlio degenerate woman be was will- them In tho body as it hath pleased living. ing to redeem. lie did not think of him." (1 Cor. 12:11, 18). Spiritual gifts aro not conferred on coclnl equality but I nm euro ho did think of the soul equality of all men, us for our own benefit, but "for tho ed upon by unrighteous public opin- ol nil tribes and nil nations. If soperfecting of the saints, for the work SAVING THE NEGRO ion, It Is btlll iiosBlblethat wo may bo cial equality Is to enter Into our ef- of tho ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ" (Eph. 4:12). Too oftBy W. J. Northern, of dominated by btiong raco prejudice forts at who is to mako o en this is forgotten, and many a against tho Negro, Prejudice of any known to us Its limitations? Georgia How church has unemployed talent Mud Is born lu tho natural man, and apart can tho minister nnd tho enough In Its membership to mako It far Comparo this coutlurn tottllinony it Is not the spirit of Christ. Poter with the ruactlunnry niHonlB of (lov. (Uncovered this fact, and at once pub- p.ople lie, or hew near together must a mighty spiritual power, if only Its Hoke Smith of (itorpla. mnl with tho lished It to tho wholo world when he they come, socially, beforo tho Im- members would cxerclso their gifts. g portant work of 1. Many Christians' question seriouscan ut South M'titimriita of tho mid: "Ye know that it Is an unlawHow vory far astray wo have ly whether they have any spiritual Which reflects tlio H'lrit ful thing Carolina. for a man that Is a Jew to gift, nnd tho dovll encourages them und teaching)) of tlio New Tvetaiuout, l.eep comiKiny with or come unto one nllowed tho devlco of tho devil to lead us for all thoso many yenrs! In this belief. So long as ho can keep and which doti not? another nation, hut Cod hath them Inactive In tho master's service, Therw aro difficultly In the way showed iuh that I should uot call nny What a mnn of straw ho has set up they glvo him llttlo trouble. As a of which wo havo been so dreadfull'f ttvniiKollztliK Negroce Jut a thery ninii oommou or uucIohii." rulo this notion arises from tho fact ly afraid! aro difficulties lu tho way of all iIh-liothat they havo never attempted nny III. DouLtleee there aro many V. When wo aro freed from all the kind of Christian work. They havo of foil. Tht ar mmiotliiicK nioro mjn and young woyoung difficulties thus far presented, then never tried earnestly to meet any and, It may l? Imaginary than men, nnd older ones as well, who inoro of a subterfugu In tho minds of would tindirtnko to teach tho Hlblu there comes from all sides tho com- spiritual need, and henco they do not A duck nil 1111 will Iiik iHtoplo than a hindrance to Negrcos, or preach tho Rospel to plaint that there Is no moral stamina know what they can do. would never know that that cannot ho removed. Wo had dif- them. If they did not nppn'heud the In Negro chnractnr sufficient to war- If It did cot attempt it. It could swim rant nny effort to reform or redeem. lu ficulties In lluriiin.il , In Jiiikiu, loss of deslrahl social relations. All Wo aro told that all Negroes will deGifts Are Different. China, and there aro far greater difof us know mauy people who have It is a great mlstako to suppose that ficulties In Africa In dealing with born ostracised under tho demands liberately Ho and steal, and that they all spiritual gifts aro necessarily gifts nio thoroughly degencrato as to nil of speech. Hy no means. What a tho sumo chnnutur of people, lu a lunilo by wlrked public opinion, I know many, very misfortune moral living. cllmnto deadly In Its cfteuti, a ih-plit would be If tho body of they did tho very thing I am far removed from our civili- asking all Christian poople to be will- - many, whlto pcoplo guilty, openly Christ wero nil mouth I Let It never (Cnntitiiml on rage Klghti be forgotten that tho eyo and tho car, 11 language alzation, and tho hand and the foot are Just as immost beyond iuterirutntluu, bo that portant ns tho mouth. Romans tho hrlghtcbt among us must 12:0-1shows what n great variety of eurH to leuru It before tho work of t gifts tho spirit confers on tho mem"ggu1 saving can p'.sslbly boglu. bers of tho body. Among them is All that 1b needed to meet theuo cheerfulness, hatred of evil, patience dlfflcultlca Is for tho Christian pcuplo In suffering, prayerfulness, nnd hospio( tho South to tnlio tho gospel view tality. Tho fact Is that many spiritof tho situation, and bo willing. If ual gifts aro not recognized as such. wo ore not willing, tho cUtllzntlon of About two years ago I was present at a football game between Yale and tlio South I11 doomed to final decay. Princeton. On the grand stand wero and thousamla of human ooulti ti Dnearly twenty thousand people. eternal death. irectly back of mo sat a young lady If by auy meaus wo get control of accompanied by a gentleman. She tho Negro situation, tlicro niUBt bo was ono of thoso healthy, happy girls ladlcal revolution la at least flvo disthat carry sunshine with them whertinct directions. 1 do not know how ever they go. Whenever a good play many troubles 1'cter had, but wo do was made, she gave vent to her enknow ho overcamo them nil becauso thusiasm in tbo heartiest manner. Finally, a Yalo man caught the ball ho was entirely willing to tnko Cod's and, making a fine end play, ho ran view rather than hla own. down tho field In triumph. Springing I. Is tho public nttltudo Just and to her feot, she threw up her hat, coat, fair towards tho Negro? In our Refinishing Floors and Furniture will bring you more and everything about her that was courts has tho Negro tho namo chaiico loose, and shouted, "Ob, I am so glad pleasure and abiding happiness ;n your homcihan anything for tho protection of life, liberty, otid I was born." you can uo nuoui inc nome lor vtncti you will spend any such small property accorded a whlto man? Tho Tho young man scorned equally 111 umc ana money as win uc ttic eaoonco of tyranny Is found lu tho omouni expenditure in this work. glad, and I am frank to confoss that cxerclso of power to nbuuo simply I shared bis sontlmentsl Such splen"DO YOU REALIZE WHAT YOU CAN ACCOMPLISH?" becauso tho weaker cannot resist. did enthusiasm I What would It bo worth to tho cause of Christ? How Tho whlto mnn makes tho governit would inspire a church, or put new ment nnd fills all its offices, and life into a dead prayer meeting, or this backward and weaker raco Is mako even drudgery seem delightful. ultogethcr subject to tho dominaYou may not havo tbo gift of ention and nlniBo of thoso who control. thusiasm, but perhaps you have cour-ag- o Is ovory Negro at tho South given to attempt bard things, or a paa fair chnnco and a square deal In Is tience that never tiros, or a cheerfulmanent jn its color, never fades, positively durable because it is made tho uso of the powers Cod gavo lit 111 ness that Is contagious, or tho faculty of best materials, Old painted flows made lo look like new in all beautiful for his own benoflt, and for tho of making others see things as you do, shades, such as Mahogany, Antique Oak, clc Makes old woodwork and or the gift of appreciating other coo- of tho community In which ho old furniture as good as new. "IS THIS CLEAR TO YOU?'' plo's good qualities, which is ono of lives? Is It fair to strlko a wholo TOR 8ALC DY tbo finest of all. You certainly havo ruco of pcoplo and mako tho entlro some gift, for God says so. body rcsponslblo for tho crimes nnd II. How can one ascertain what his the shortcomings of Individual memgifts are? Dy going to work for bers? Christ. As a rulo no one knows what Bercu, Kentucky II. If wo flud ourselves bravo gifts be possesses until he begins to enough to resist tho restraints Insist- uso them. V ul ' g, fee-bi(Jov-Hlrsoul-savinlie-gi11 ii d u-no 5 Negro population FOLLOWS THE CIIUIIOII BUILDING. Fow things delight tlio soul of tlio negro so much as to erect a church building, even though it bo so crudo and small as to bo almost ridiculous in its appearance. Even though individuals may own no homo and aro without proper food, clothes or shelter, thoy will part with their last nickel to assist in building a church. Christian civilization DOES NOT HAVK TO FOKOE THE CHURCH UrON THE KEG 110. Here, then, is tlio opportunity for us to improvo tlio church lifo of tho country negro and thus help to KEEP HIM ON THE LAND WHERE HE HAS A CHANCE TO GROW A STRONG, HEALTHY BODY AND BE AWAY FROM THE TEMPTATIONS AND COMPLEXITIES OF LARGE CITY LIFE. aad fcoaeehold mantteme&t, a&4 free Oae year U ike Cation Behool eosta lets tfcan fee aa U worth 11.000. Are yoa aiming tt be a ttaeber? Tkaa Join the Will NORMAL SCHOOL, Jehn Wirt Dlntmere, Dean. Here y trained that yon will tear no examination, and you will be taagkt ntW fta Utth. The daman for Berea trained teaehera far eaottdt the ittyf lA Are you Interested In earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Mlltt K. March, Dean Mtuntaln Agrtoulture. Home telenet. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Buelneee Ceuree, He. Here you toon doublt your earning power, and learn te eajof 4e4a tttnge In a superior manner. 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The s Aaademy has Its own and Men's Dormitory, and a large) body of atudenU of high character and ability, ablt lnttruetort, a&4 UM ( Ml text-bookHook-Blntln1 letter-writinclass-room- v4wuw mmm lui M mi umm wm. IBB Will UKTI PIDBOli fe legt Library and apparatus. Berea College DR. EDWARD C. DOWNINQ, DEAN. Tht Colltgt itself ttandt apart frost all tht other schools trader its nw getaent and hai long maintained the highest standards known In tht Boutk. To conform to the Caratglt standards we hart diminished our foratr requirements! Required and elective studies with opportunity to oonoentrate In particular Unci. Laboratorjtt) Latest college library In Kentucky. equipped for etedent practice. Courses leading to tht dtgrttt ol A. B H 8., B. L., and B. Ped. MUSIC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Tolot Culture, Piano, Theory, Band, may ba Uketk for special feet In oonntotion with work la any of toS above sohoola, Questions Answered Berea College, with IU afflXatt Berea, Prttfltf ef Working Students. Institution. It requires etrtaln fees, but schools. Is net a It expends many thousands of dollars taoh year for tht benefit of Its students, giving hlghttt advantages at lowest cost, and arranging 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 come from the host families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All exeept those with parents In Berea live in College buildings, and assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to the value ot their labor. Except In win? ter it Is expected that all will hare a ohanoe to earn a part of their e peneet. Write to the Secretary before oomlng to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc, varr with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate It the best, but as students tnuct attend classes regardless ot the wisther, wbrtn wr?e The and underolothlng, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. live Store furnlshtt books, toilet artloles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other neceisary artloles at coet. LIVING EXPENSES are really below eoeL The College askt no rent for the fine buildings In which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week. In the falL and $1.60 In wlntor. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bed. ding. 40 to 60 cents for each person. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for SCHOOL PBEO are two. return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and It returnee! when the student departs. Second an "Inoldental Fee" to help on expenses for eare of school bulloV Ingt, hospital, library, eto. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teaehart all our lastruotlea is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for moil students is ft.00 a term, $(.00 In Academy and Normal, and l?.00 In OoUtv elate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent bH the term, board by the halt term. Installments are at followsi Vocational Academy and Foundation OollesjtX Bohool. and NormaL PALL TERM I T.04J I (.00 t 6.00 Incidental Fee E.60 7.00 Room 9.41 9.45 9.45 Board, 7 weeks money-makinrt I I ;.. Amount duo Bept 11, 1912 Board 7 weeks, duo Nov. 1, 1912 $20.05 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $23.45 9.45 Total for term If paid In advans 1.,. $1).B0 (31.99 11.43 (29.00 wis 12M 7.0 WINTER TERM Incidental Fee Room Board. ( week Amount due Jan. 1, 1913 Board 0 weeks, due Feb. 14, 1913. imp 'USHT n. ... I B.OO I e.00 7J0 9.00 9.00 $20.00 9.00 7Jt 9.0 $23.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 Total for term If paid In advtnct SPRINQ TERM $19.00 . (11.10 140.70 (28.(0 1 $11M (31.7S taeldtntal Fee Room Board, 1 weeks ,( r.i.. .....?.. ,, ....mm. ,...,,........ ... I (.00 4.00 f (? (.09 6.0 ( 7.0f t.C4 (.71 $17.76 6.76 (.71 $18.75 6.75 "Hanna's Lustro Finish" "Made To Walk On" Amount due March 6, 1913 Board, 5 weeks, due May 1, 1913. Total for tersa If paid In advantt . .... $15.75 (.76 (U.M . (M.00 11419 M4-00 I15.M SM4t Plan Now, Coma Saptembar 11th yoaag man or rouaej woaaaa oas vet aa edueaOeei a) d y Berta If there la the wiU to do to. year cot It la a treat advantage to start in tht fail sad aare a fuM eehoetaofgoiafj Mamy young people waste Uent Is tke pabMt Mimoaa itttdr. saitjbt be Improving mrt aee rer and over tke same thing, when eeeaUg to Berea and tUrtlag to on new ttueUet wttt tone f ttt kaJ VjMnt- Sei aad women from other counties aad State. Make your plan to oomo Bept 1L a lufprmatrm or Me&Uy aOftttj vHtt to ae Beotttter iWa-bodie- I Kr I J. D. CLARKSTON, J I D. WALTER MORTON, buu, k Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. arrival of a girl. Evan Adams left, whero Monday, for Letcher County, he will bo for somo timo. Mr. and spent Sunday with 'Airs. May Lain tho latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Is Geo, Young. Mis. John McKIn very sick John Powell Is vlsttlnx 'relatives In Jackson County this week. Mrs. Salllo Baker and Mrs. Alma Watts of Bcrca spent SaturCurt day and Sunday with Mrs. June 13, 191a. Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts of Copper Creek wero In Boone ono day last woek. ROCKFORD Rockford, Juno 10 S. A. Holt Is cry 111 with fever and Is not and to live. 1. L. Martin tit MrteipBlutc pbllihf4 t1it ilftfi Infill hj tfct liter. Tk turne family and W. II. Stephens and famiIt not (or jMlctIon, tat M n etldeitt ( toed UIU. Write pUlnly. ly attended church at Falrvlcw, SunJ. day. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. --Mrs. Emily Hooking of Estill Coun- Martin, n flno boy. His namo Is TrenJACKSON COUNTY ty Is visiting friends and relatives at ton Vernon Brother Murrcl cf MflKKB expects to preach at Scaffold this place. B. II. and Chester HolMcKce, Juno 3. J. J. Davis and son, comb visited friends and relatives In Cano Methodist Tuesday church, Clarence, went to Bcrca, Monday, to Clay County, Saturday nnd Sunday night. Mrs. Annlo Llnvlllo and chilattend tho Commencement exercises. nnd went fishing In tho South Fork dren visited her aunt, Mrs. O. M. MIbs Hockjo, Miss Koolker and Miss river. Wm. Mooro has recently movPayno of DIsputanta, Saturday and I'errlno left hero for their respect- ed Into his new residence. Wo nro Sunday. Miss Mattlo McOuIro nnd ive homes last Monday. Mrs. J. It. having plenty of rain. Crops look flno Vlrgle Payne visited W. T. Llnvllle, Hays has been visiting her parents nnd tho prospects for plenty of fruit Irlday night. Ora Vlara visited Bert for several days In Laurel County. Martin, Sunday. Miss Flora Vlars are good. Lewis Farmer Is homo on a visit TYNKIl of Scaffold Cano who has been visitfor Kovcral days. James Hamilton Tyner, Juno 9. Farmers of this ing her aunt, Mre. Rosa Dalton rf raado a trip to Livingston last week. section nro about up with their work. Berca, returned homo last Wednesfew day. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Gulnn visit- Leonard Medlock and Dan Gnbbard Tho cold wavo of tho last havo gone, to Louisville to taho a days has yellowed corn and oats. courso In Bryant and Straiten BusI-ne.Most everybody In this vicinity atII. tended tho Odd Fellows meeting at school. J. R. Hays and J. Hays went to Peoples last Sunday. Welchburg, nnd tho burial of Robert 1. T. Messier and J. K. Sparks went Pcnhal at Green Hill, today. W. to Berca on Monday. S. 11. Fulton M. Dunlgan of tho firm of Dunlgan was In town ono day last week. Mr. Bros, has Just returned from tho Thomas Moore has been In town for city whero ho has been to purchaso several days abstracting somo titles his fall stock of dry goods. Mrs. Mol-ll- o to tho Thomas land. A Memorial Sloan of Springfield, O., has been pervlco was held last Thursday. Tho spending tho week with hor sister, boldlcrs' graves were decorated nnd Mrs. Harry Moore. There will bo r. addresses were given by J. W. Mul-H- good crop of apples In this locality, and L. C. Little. Georgo Dennett but tho peach crop Is short. Little and Forest Johnson brought a load of Georglo F., the son of Mr. and Mrs. feed hero for L. C. Little last Sat- E. C. Mooro, Is very sick with kidney urday. The Boy Scouts went on u trouble. Elguln Glpson has gone to A :v&dt hike to Laurel Fork last Friday. Louisville, where he will work tho They camped tliero that night and rest of the year. came home on Saturday. Miss Grace ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Kngle gave n social at her heme last OHLAN1MI Ihursday ulght, which was enjoyed by all who wero present.-neonOrlando, Juno 8. Born to Mr. nnd 11 Mrs. Sidney Sims on tho fourth, Hugh, June 10. Wo aro now hav- flno girl. Sunday School at Maple ing a few days of dry weather. R. I, Grovo Is progressing nicely with n Halo made a business trip to good attendance. Miss Mnry Soloum Saturday. A largo number of of New York Is paying her many reople from this placo attended Be- friends a visit here. D. G. Clark of Strawberry Johnctta was here on business, Commencement. rea picking Is all the go now. Tho stave Thursday. James Griffin and sister, mill has started up again. It will Dema, of Cooksburg took dinner with on boon bo moved to Horse Lick. Mr. 'Miss. M. T. Singleton, Tuesday, and Mrs. Geo. Bcngo visited at the their way to tho Bcrca commencelatter's parents, Saturday and Sun- ment, F. L. Thompson of Mt. Vernday. Mrs. Maggie Burns of Big Hill on was calling on the merchants here, who has been sick so long was able Wednesday. Is Miss Leila Owens to visit her parents, Sunday night. working In the L. and N. office now. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else B-r- ea ss Kill the Fly and Save the Baby mf Mc-Ke- e, Lucy Hayes has a horse for talo, calf and find out particulars. Wm. Hayes Necly and Is Improving somo-- Roy Mlsa Francis Settle were united In marriage last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Harrison wero calling In this neighborhood last Sunday evening Department of Berea College Silas Blusher who has bosn sick for Bomo timo with tuberculosis, died, and was burled last Saturday In Pilot (The Citizen U a specimen of our work.) Knob cemetery. William Brown from Fredericksburg, Ind., who was hero Parks. , LETTERPRINTS nRKTPOH for Commencement has returned home. 8 REPORTS, HEADS, CAHDS, Dreyfus, Juno 3 Gran Clark has Mrs. I.Ida Asburry and granddaughmoved hla saw mill from Rockcastto ter, Delia, visited friends hero over BEST AND BOOKS IN THE County nnd will nav for J. L. Jones Sunday. AND AT MANNER, LOWE8T Lun3-foron tho Hnrrls place, Jas. OWSLEY COUNTY PRICES. Is at Sand Gap this week workHTUIW1KON. ing on tho now Christian church beYour patronago Is asked to Sturgeon, Juno 9 On account of ing erected at that place Jr.s Wilwero students, nnd to Insure-liams nnd Wm. Jones havo gono to tho heavy rain, Sunday, there many present af. tho grnvo decor- your getting your money's worth. purchased Lexington after tho mill U10 by Jones. It will bo a vnluablo as- ation of Mr, J. F. Herd Bculah, CALL AT THE OFFICE OR SEND Lunsford daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B, L. Brewset to our town. James er who has bronchitis Is somo betORDERS BY MAIL. YOU WILL GET purchnEHil J. L. Jones' bottom land ter. Rov. Harvey Johnson of Green i SATISFACTION. TERMS CASH. AD Halt will hold services at this place DRESS 011 the second Saturday night and reO, Brewer Sunday In July R. turned home, yesterday, from Hamilton, O., whero ho has been visiting BEREA, KY. for two weeks. J. J. Welch Is sollc-ltln- g orders for a book entitled Tho Sinking of tho Titanic." Chas. Hays who 1ms been working at thu Btavo mill camo very near getting ono of his fingers amputated and returned home at Richmond for n while. Melvln Prlco killed a copperTo thoss who have children to eduhead, snako In his barn last week. Mr. and .Mrs. V. S. Brewer aro cate and wish to reside In Berea for not very well. a longer or shorter time to enjoy Hi BiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaV OBITUARY educational advantages, the College Mrs. F. N. Brewer died May 26th, 1912. Her remains wero burled In U10 has a number of houtei, large and Peters cemetery. Mrs. Brewer lived only IS hours after tho birth of h?r email, some of them partly furnished, llttlo girl, which sho named, Myrtle. to rent on reasonable termi. Address Sho endured untold buffering the last hours of her Ufo. Shu wns a duvout Christian, n kind and nffecttonato wife and loved THE COLLEGE TREASURER by all who knew her. HAND-BILLSBEn-MONd 1 Berea Printing School h. , nt j Beret Printing Schoor Houses to Rent ESTILL COUNTY W.WifcltMtlLl.K Wagersvllle, Juno 10. Miss Fan- nlo Kldd of Wallacetou Is visiting her grandparuntB, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ance Peters of this place Mr. and Mm. J. B. Kelly und children visited tlw former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Juo. Kelly from Tuesduy until Sunday. Arch Wagers and family weru th-- i guests of Louis Fowler, Sunday. Quito a number of men and boys at- tended court at Irvlue, Monday. Tho Misses Maude Park, Fan KcrU- ner, Lena and Anna Flynn and Kat'i Wagers, and James Warlord were tho guests of Messrs. Arch and Fin- ley Peters, Sunday. I.OCl'tT 1IIIANCII Sunday locust Branch, June 7. School Is progressing nicely with n large attendance. J. M. Kindred and son wero In Irvine one day week. Several from hero attended at Berea last the Commencement .Mrs. Molllo Dlcknell Wednesday. lu.st visited Mrs. Bculah Illckuell Wednesday Mrs. Arvlno Gentry aud daughter uro vlbltlng her father lu Irvine, this week. Eerybody to think there will bo plenty of op- pies this year. Tho MlBses Hazel aud Mamie Dlcknell visited Miss Alice Ilevls la&t Saturday aud Sunday. I BEREA, KY. THE Berea Hospital Nurse Training School of Berea College HAS BEST OPERATINO ROOM AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES CAHICO Carlco, Juno 1. Mr. Mart Combs is Improving slowly. The infant of Jake Hlmes fell In the fire tho other day and was badly burned. Sunday School Is progressing nicely at Flat "W. Top church. Mr. end Mrs. G. Johnson of Peoples wero visiting friends here last week. Wm. Baker snakes killed two large copperhead last week. Robert Tussey and Wcsa Angel wero on a business trip to Livingston last week. Crops aro all looking fine. Aunt LIdda IIcDanlel who has been sick Is somo better I. now. J. J. Faubus, E. Faubus, Hlmes and M. Hlmes are In the cross tie business now fcr S. R. Roberts. Isaac Hlmes visited his mother, Elizabeth Hlmes, Sunday. OUAVHAWK Gray Hawk, June 9. Joseph Ward's singing school closed last Sunday at Cray Hawk and Sherman Smith will teach ton day3. Mr. and Mrs. Louts Sandlln of Sextons Creek have been Gray visiting their son, John, of Hawk, this week. Aunt Jane Simpson is not expected to live. Sho Is 68 years old. Mr. and Mr3. James Metcalf attended singing at Gray o Hawk, Sunday. Louis Morris of visited at J. B. Bingham's, Sun. Mc-Ke- GOOCHLAND Goochland, May 29. Albert Powell was In town, Monday, looking after his store. Miss Lucy Hampton has returned homo from a visit near Evergreen. Much Interest was shown In tho race of trustee between Millard Anglin and Joe Martin. Mr. n Anglin Is said to bo elected by largo majority. We think ho would Tho be a most capable trustee Campbell brothers' stavo work will soon be at an cud In tills community. They havo only Mrs. Sallle Martin's timber to work up. Miss Mary Jones will return home after Commencement. Sho says Berca College Is excellent, and expects to enter at the beglnnlug of tho fall term There Is to be church next Sunday ar Sycamore. Everybody is Invited. Sunday school Is progressing niceon ly. Mrs. Cathcrlno Lako called Mrs. Bert Phillips last week. IHSrUTANTA DIsputanta, Juno 1. Wo had a good rain here this week which was badly needed. Mrs. Orne Croutcher is reported to bo worco this week. Saturday and Sunday of this week at wero tho regular church days Clear Creek church. Last Sunday was tho meeting at Macedonia church. day. tho President Frost preached at HCBLII Hurley, Juno 2. Several of the Witt grave yard. Thcro wero several people out to hear him. Olllo Shearold soldiers hero attended the Decoration day at Bcrca, May 30th. Mrs. er has been oick for several days Kllhu Hurley who has been sick with a stomach trouble. BDOKK for somo timo Is slowly improving. Next Saturday Boono, June 3. Rev. Bob Gardner preached a very Mrs. and Sunday are regular church daya Interesting sermon, Sunday. Wm. Isaacs of Birch Lick visited her at Falrviow. A nice baby girl arparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Pal Gabbard, rived at the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe King, May 30th. A baby boy arSaturday and Sunday. rived at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. I. FHITKTT Privett, Juno 9 Mrs. Johns who B. Blair, May 20th Mrs. Henry Hamhas had quinsy for several days Is lln is sick with rheumatism. Mlsa Misses Jennie Wheeler of Garrard County is ablo to bo out again. Tho Lucy Bowles, Nora Jpnos and visiting her sitter, 'Mrs. J. II. Lam-btr- t. Tho Rev. W. J. Lambert of Chester and Everett Jones Visited friends and relatives In Owsley Coun- Berea passed thru Boone, Saturday. Llnzlo Brock and Hugh Llnvllle of ty from Saturday until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry York of Annvlllo Scaffold Cano were visiting friends visited at L. J. Peters last Sunday. near Boono, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. Strawberries nro plentiful this H. Lambert and Talltha Coyle wero year. Klmber Bowles nnd slater visiting the family of J, Levett last Goa. Wren has erected a Emily, and Edgar Cook visited at Sunday. Jeff. Strongs', Saturday night, and new storo houso near Snld:r and is attended church at Rock Spring, Sun. selling groceries. A. D. Levett was lt day. L. J. Peters vleltcd his two In Berea, Suturday. Mrs. Dan sons, Ance and George, In Owsley of Richmond returned home, Cunty, last week, Sherman Smith Saturday, after a pleasant visit with has taken Joo Ward's placo and Is her sister, Mrs. D. G. Martin. Mrs. lit teaching a singing Ecliool at Gray Anglo Huff la visiting friends Hawk. Snider. A. B. Blair recently moved to his property on Clear Creek. NATIIANTON Kathanton, Juno 8. A large crowd Mrs. Lucy Hicks of Copper Creek attended tho communion meeting at was visiting her mother, Mrs. )', I'ulou, Saturday, and the funeral Hamlin, Saturday. Mrs. Nora Wren services of Mrs. Frank Hlx and tit- Is on tho sick list this week. E. C. b Holt Is reported quite 111 at le daughter, Sunday. Chester his of Oklahoma Is visiting his homo near Climax. Wllllo Poynter, grandfather, A. B. Holcomb of this it railroad employee near Paris, visplaco. James. Wood who has been ited his parents at this place, Saturconductor on a street car at Hamil- day. 'Mrs. J. Wren of Snider was ton for some timo Is expected home. Bbopplng In Boono one day last week. Che-nauHoi-com- FOR. CARE OF A LIMITED NUMBER OF PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREAT. MENT GREATLY INCREASES PROSPECTS OF RECOVERY. : lat Rates One Dollar a day and up. Bond for prompt payment required. For further particulars address THE BEREA HOSPITAL , s BEREA, KY. tended tho K. of P. nnd Odd Fellows decoration nt Iadrum, l.ltton and Snuffer grave yards tho 2nd. Thoro was n K. of P. Iiodgo organized at Atlanta the 2.1th of May with 18 new members and nt tho last meeting, Ahlch was last Saturday night, thcro were 10 more additions. Mrs. Robt. Jones and children nnd Miss Etta Jones vUltcd at Wm. McDanlels', Friday. Dr. Llzzlo Morris called at this place, Thursday, to boo Mrs. Magglo Quii.lan, who was real sick but Is CLAY COUNTY VINB Fly photo copyright by National Oorraphlo society. Summer complaint, which causes the death of many young children every season, is nearly always the result THESE ARE OFTEN CARRIED TO of germs in food. FOODS BY FLIES. KILL THE FLIES I J cd T. C. Vlars and daughter, Bculah, last Sunday. A good many from this place attended tho Berea Com-- I Mr. nnd mencement, Wednesday. Mrs. W. H. Llnvlllo and family vls-- 1 ited Mrs. LInvlllo's sister, Mrs. Spencer Abncy of Clear Creek, Sunday. MADISON COUNTY KINGSTON peo KlnKston. Juno 10. Severul IIKJ HILL ple of this placo attended Memorial Big Hill, Juno 10 Rov. J. W. 'cervices at Pilot Knob last Sunday. Ed Lawson left, Monday, for Bat- -' Parsons filled his regular appoint tli Croek. Michigan, whero ho will went at Pilot Knob church last Sutupend several months. John Webb urday und Sunday. A largo uudlenco at was there, Sunday, aud dinner was Is visiting friends and relatives Whltesburg Tho yung ladles' class served on tho ground. A series f of tho Union Sunday School will give meetings aro being held at Big Hill an Ico cream and strawberry supper by tho Methodists who wero here last at tho Hall, Saturday evening, Juno fall. A largo crowd was there, Sun15th, at 7:30 Mr. und Mrs. James day night. P. Hayes was called to the Iixlugton on business last week VanWlnklo aro rojolclng oyer paying a nice sum fcr some. Mr. Henderson Fox Is spending a short vacation In Indiana and Ohio beforo taking up his school work for tho year. Tom and John Holland of Ilrnssflold wero In our town, yesterday. S. R. Davis will leave for Indianapolis, Ind., at the closo of this cchool term, whero ho will bo em; ployed by tho American Express Co. Vino, June 8 Uncle Wilson Mor- gan is very sick with rheumatism. Burning Mrs. Green Ferguson of Springs visited her father, Mr. JaKo Miller, last Saturday and Sunday. Pennington Is hauling staves from this placo to Welchburg. J. II. McQueen purchased a horse from uow Improving. Iiarvoy McWhorter for 100. Tho I SAVING THE NE6R0 horse fell dead In tho harness a few n) Continued from p days later. Miss Nancy Morgan spent theso gross sins, and Saturday night with Miss Alice Hur- j'.ullty, of all ley Several peoplo of this placo havo never heard that white pcoiflft attended the funeral meeting at Un- - of this low typo aro beyond tho pahr Ion last Sunday. Mioses Sophia and of Christian effort. Why not bo abSusan Hicks spent last Saturday and solutely Just to Negroes? Peoplo who enter theso wholesale Sunday with Miss Olllo Whlttymorc. charges either forget, or they aro unMr. and Mrs. B. F. Downey visited tho formcr'B father, who Is very willing to recall, that tho moBt striking element In tho plan of tho gospel low with heart trouble Corn Is selling ut 11 dollar aud n quarter per Is Its power to uavo to the uttermost. bushel Miss Loltlo Maupln spent They do not recall Uiat Jesus to call sinners, not nice peoplo, to reSunday with Miss Julia Ferguson. pentance. These peoplo surely forNK.XTONH CHKKK of Sextms Creek, Juno 1. Lincoln get that tho last manifestation Sparks has typhoid fovor. Thcro wero Jesus' powor to suvo was mndo ou throe additions to tho Anglin church Uio cross, when he said to a thief, last Suuday Ella Wood nnd her "nils day shalt thou bo with mo in brother, Walter, made certificates parudlse." There Is no foundation In tho May examination. Wnltcr will needed for ealvatloti In any man savo teach at Cradlebow and Ella at Chest. an honest deslro to bu baved and a uutburg. Delia Oldham of Oklahoma full acceptance of tho gospel plan of Is visiting relatives and friends on salvation. Paul has told us that all Island Crojk Wm. Stewart und this Is fully open to thu chief sinfamily of Island City passed hero 011 ners. Surely this takes In tho mean-tB- t Negro. their way to Corbln, Friday, whero What Is tho difference between an they will mako tholr future bomo. Negro In Africa and an unBorn to tho wlfo of Robert Peters, u unsaved saved Negro in tho South? I havo flno boy. heard many sormons preached on misLAUREL COUNTY sions to Negroes In Africa, but I never heard a sermon on missions to VIVA Viva, Juno 3 Miss Maud Purs-le- y Negroes nt the South. 1 havo heard many public prayers offered for tho of Now Albany Is visiting relatives and friends at this place. J. success of missions In Africa, but K. Jones and sister wero visiting lu never a public prayer offered for tho salvation of tho Negroes at tho South. London a fow days last week. Koverul peoplo from this placo ut- - Huve you? Iicrold of Gospel Liberty. , camoj.