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A'y., ai tmmd JDevoteci The Citizen BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JUNE 20, 1012 Knowledge is power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. to tihio Interests of tlie :Loiaxitan. People Ono Dollar a year. No. 61 Vol. XIII. Fire cents a copy. TAFT CONTROLS Tho Tntt forced won the Initial victory in the Chicago convention Tuesday, electing Senator Root temporary chairman after a bitter contest lasting for nearly eight hours. The Roosevelt forces denounced, threlened, raged and manuever-eexhausting every ruse and scheme known to parliamentarians and inventing some revolutionary tactics, but all to no avail. They were at first quietly over-ruleby Victor Roaewater of the National Committee, whose duty it was to call the convention to ordor, citing precedents for his action, and later they were voted down by the Convention itself, the vote standing 558 Jor Root to 502 for McOorern, the Roosevelt candidate. Fresidedover by Senator Root, the Convention is now in good hands, both sides being assured a square deal if Mr. Root is what he was claimed to bo by Mr. Roosevelt four years.ago, "the greatest man in public position in ay time". The credentials commitee was not appointed until yesterday, and two or three days may be coasuaaed reviewing the contests already passed upon by the National Committee. And it may be several days before nomination is made. d, d 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 Oliver Cultivators Simplest and Best Guaranteed even to the color of the paint gin of profit. I. QUALITY and PMCE 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 THREE INDICTMENTS seasonable offerings. R. R. COYLE BEREA, KENTUCKY NOT HARD TO FIND Are The Good Thing In The Citizen. Sometimes we buy sold bricks Irom harpers that come along and, aftfr money Is gone, find cur we have been swindled. It often hap. tens, however, that we miss the. rich nuggets of gold which Ho near us because the gold Is hidden by somo other metal or material nnd nothing tells us It Is there. Here are a few words to tell you what a valuable thing you can get at a very small cost. If you think oer what Is nald you will know that hero Is a gold nugget, not a "gold brick." hard-earned WORLDJEWS Conditions Improving In China Federal Forces Gaining Ground In Mexico Rebels Defeated In Cuba Suffragettes Injuring their Cause-C- zar Being Watched Olympian Qimel Next Month. MNANC1AL CONDITION OF CHINA China Is beginning to emerge from tho crisis that Berlously threatTho finances ened Its existence. were In bail condition when the revolution began, and during the revolution matters Iwcamo more complicated. It also took a big sum to buy off tho Manchu Dynasty. President Yuan Shi Kl realized tho state of llair and immediately appealed to the lltg 1'owcri for aid. It la now a certainty that France, Germany, Great Urltlan nnd Japan will form a plan to finance the new Republic. HK11ELS ARE RETREATING l message cent from GenA eral Iluerta's headquarters to El states that several of thi tho rebel chiefs have abandoned Idea of defending Chihuahua but nl r A Christian Newspsptr Christian family Christian paer It a newspaiwr. tells the truth Just as far as It can about bo found out, about people, politics, about religion, and It stands and everything that for eerybody Is right, and opposes everything that Is wrong, no matter whero It Is or who does It, It stands agalust Tho Citizen Is a As v. Ill continue operations near the o for Mormonlsm Is false re- American line. It alo Male that 43 of the rebligion that Is dangerous to tho family, el (jnrrlsoti have deserted and pass-ethe true church and tho national to the American Bide. government. It oposes the liquor CUIIAN UKUELS HOUTED Cuban business for tho saloon Is one of tho General Montenguilo, the reports that tho worst enemies of tho home and na- Commander-in-chie- f, forces of tho rebels have Leen deu tion. It prints the Sunday School feated and many killed. Later adeach week, for the Sunday school vices state that General Ksptnoz, K one of tho best Institutions In tho the Insurgent leader, was killed nud world. It stands for good laws and that General Uirostc was raptured. INJURING TIIKIH CAUSE for cood meu to mako and enforce Whllo Premier Asiiulth was holdthem, whatever party they belong ing nil official reception st tho Into. dia Office In London In honor of tho Klng'H birthday Inst week, an el CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE Conllnuril 011 Page Two lea-lo- In the eyes of the world there is a. big question mark after the word government as applied to the United States popular government. And a great may loyal and patriotic American citizens are asking the question, "Is popular government a failure?" and the question is frequently answered in the affirmative. We hare no lack of governmental machinery. There is no want of offices and officers, every phase and feature of governmental administration, national, state, county, city, magisterial district and precinct being covered. And no one has ever heard of an office being vacant owing to the fact that there were no applicants for appointment to it or no candidates for election. There is bo difficulty in that respect. It may be questioned whether much of the chaos, confusion and failure of government is not produced by the plethora of applicants and candidatesthe vicious contests for office which both ruin the reputations of the best men and prostitute the offices. What a splendid government we would have if every officer respected his oath and did, without fear or favor, the things for which he was elected! And how much better It would be if the office could seek the man and not the man the office if the electorate could once get it into their heads that an office is not a gift to be bestowed, not a property to be sold or bartered, and not for any man, set of men or political party, but for the whole people that the man is for the office and not the office for the man! We have been led to the above train of thought by three items of news: First, the statement of a prominent newspaper man and city attorney of Jackson, Breathitt County, echoed in the Lexington Herald, that the notorious Jake Noble, the murderer of Wesley Turner, is living in Breathitt County unmolested by the officers, of the law whose sworn duty it is to bring all criminals to justice. Second, by the established fact that "King" McNamara, who shot and killed Jacob Keller in Lexington in 1800 and who escaped after arrest, possibly thru tho connivance of the officers of the law, has been living for the last four years in Louisville frnd'is known and has been known personaly to the chief city authorities as well as nearly every policeman on the Louisville force, no attempts ever having been made to arrest him. Third, by the. fact that when Sheriff Scott of Lexington arrested McNamara, and brought him to Lexington last Friday, a member of the Lexington police force attempted to assassinate the sheriff and nearly succeeded, the sheriff claiming that the only cause for the attack was his connection with the arrest of the notorious fugitive from justice. Ilere are three serious indictments of the State of Kentucky one of a county, one of the metropolis and one of tho chief Blue Grass city. Thoy are indictments of Kentucky inasmuch as government is a reflection of tho character of the citizenship. As we have insisted time and again iu The Citizen, it is up to the voter the farmer, the merchant; the man who does not expect to hold an office and only expects the office to represent the best interests of the community and state at large. And it oughtn't to be a difficult proposition. Ono would think that every man would give as much serious thought' to his vote as to any other act of his life that he would be as particular about who should' be elected school trustee, magistrate, councilman, mayor of tho city, sheriff, county judge, state representative and state officers as he would .be who should handle his money behind the counter or check up his bank account or represent him in nuy other capacity. When the voter is as careful for the public welfare as of his own selfish interests there will be no question as to popular government. CHRIS MAN'S 'THE FURNITURE MAN UNITED STATES NEWS IN Justice Hughes Obstinate QURJWN STATE Wants to Many Appointments by the Governor Destructive be Vice President Winn not a Candidate for AppelStorms Relief for Suffers From late Judge Many Thousands Don't Volcanic Eruption Taft Uses Veto Want to vote Gift to Lincoln InstiExports to South America. tute Convict Killed by Guard K. P. A. Closes Virginia Assassin HUGHES OBSTINATE Caught New Feature of K. E.-- A. . Justice Charles E. Hughes, spoken Legislation Recalled Partisan Prisof more and more enthusiastically on Board Edwards Goes It Alone. draws as tho Chicago Convention near, as a possible compromise candiMAKES MANY APPOINTMENTS date, on his way to his summer home many Gov. McCrcary announced in the Adtrondacks, lost Friday, de- appointments last week, evidently clared emphatically that he would trying to clear the boards before"1 not permit his name to be used un- his departure to the Democratic der any circumstances. at Baltimore and his vacu- -. Despite this declaration, sentiment tlon which Is to follow tho ConvenIs said to be strong In Chicago for tion. Tho most Important of theso his nomination, and tho only obstante appointments are the members ot Continued on page teven the tuberculosis board, state board ' of forestry,' game and fish commission MAJ. GEN. BARRY and the officers cf McCreary County, The appointment of the County Judge for the new county was held up owing to somo charges that the prospective appointee, It. L. Pope, Is said to be Interested in the locaBBBBBBBBBBSSEF!PV tion of tho county seat. Steps arc being taken to test the constitutionality of the act establishing the county. DEFERS TO KIRK Judge U. H. Winn, who was appointed to tho Appellate Bench succeed Judge O'Rear In tho Seventh " District, announces that he will not b) a candidate to succeed himself. A promise made to Judge Kirk that he would help him in the event cf his candidacy In tho future If he, Kjrk, wculd not run against O'Rear In his last election, being In tho way. 'eBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI I sK&c candidates now teBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSl The announced Mra&Mfi for tho placo are Judge A. J. Kirk and former Assistant Attorney General Blakey. Tho district comprises most of tho counties of Eastern Con-entl- Kentucky, the Best Story" we ever published, begins in The Citizen this week SEE PAGE SIX KENTUCKY'S GREAT EDUCATIONAL GATHERING Moro than a score of tho foremost tducators ot Kentucky aro also on tho program and It will require threo fsslons each day to carry through 'the important work before tho contention. Loulsvlllo Is making elab- -' orate preparations for tho entertain, ment of tho visitors and officers of tho Association and It Is hoped every teacher In tho State will nttend this year's meeting. A pressing Invitation lb also given to every school trustee lu tho State to attend, as tho approaching convention Is regarded as ou Important stop for .tho educat!or.l uplift of Kentucky. An exceptionally low railroad rato from every point has been niado on account of tho ' i FRE CKLES, INDIFFERENCE TO SUFFRAGE Qen. Thomas H. Barry, now superFigures compiled by tho Loulsvlllo intendent of the military academy at Post based upon tho census returns West Point, will be the next com1910, show that lu tho state elecmander of the eastern division of the of tions a year ago 175,000 eligible vot- army, succeeding the late General (Contlnued on rage Two) Qrant PAGE FIRST editorials World Nowb Kentucky News Commencement Day PAGE TWO. Open Letter to My Friends and Patrons : Swat tho Fly. What Judgte Can Do. Sunday School Lcsttlon l'AGK THREE Temperunco Homo Couiso In Health Culture. A Romance of Progress. Just Heforo tho Convention. l'AGK FOUR Local Nowb Aro Kentucklaus Willing UuhludT Summer Office Hours. PAOE-FIVE Preparations Nearly Completed. Preparations are well under way annual session of for tho forty-firtho Kentucky Educational AssociaJuno tion, to bo held In Loulsvlllo 2.1, 20 and 27. Tho officers of tho Association aro: '.Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, Morehcad, president; T. W. inson, Frankfort, secretary, and 0. M. Money, Sbolbyvlllt, treasurer. It make It tho most Im I Is planned to portant eaucationui meeting tvernvia In tho South. For tho first ttmo l tho tho history of tho Assoclnlou, 'program Is faltly filled with speakers of national reputation. Among these nre: 1'. 1. Clnxton, U. S. Commissioner of Education; Hev. Dr. Newell Dwlght Mills. paBtor of Plymouth Church, Brooklyn; Dr. Charles F. Thwlng, president of Western Dr. 1'nlverstty, Clevelnnd; David Starr Jordan, piesldeut of Stanfprd, Jr., University of California, and Miss Jesslo Field, superintendent of Pago county schools, st Re-serLo-la- After July 1st the roofers busy season begins. As I will hardly be in my shop during that season I want to sell all my stock. Roofing paint, Guttering, Rainwater Filters, a lot of good Rubber Roofing. to bo Left Have a ROCKBOTTOM option on 3 car loads of Galvanized Steel Roofing which ends June 30. This must be sold on Saturday, June 29, in order to get the benefit of the low price. 3 p. Auction sale June 29, m. 10 to 11 a. m., and 2 to Homo Town Helps, l'oem l'AGK SIX HENRY LENGFELLNER Ferial 8tory. Match a Criminal. Tho Citizen uud tho School, l'AGK SEVEN Sermon Intenslvo Farming. l'AOE EIQIIT Janoiu Kentucky Correspondence Mulal Hafld, sultan of Morocco, hat some trouble In making Ihe Frenoh believe hs was not for the recent massacre of French soldier and civilians In Fax. He Insists on his devotion to Franoe, ftlth which country he signed a treaty in March 30 establishing a French WHAT DOES YOUR JACKSON ST., BEREA, KY., PHONE 7 9en having OR 181. DATE LABEL SAY? TELL US. Will have a dozen as good Cooking Stoves and Ranges on sale that day as ever came to Berea. protectorate. Iowa. THE CITIZEN not gone. Opening tho door of her closet,- he looked with tear filled eyes at tho well A family newspaper for all that ll(ht, known dresses banging there. Dainty, trua and Intarattlnf. familiar garments bow each one of them spoko of berl And tho heart rublUtml every Thurly t lleren, Ky. piercing, painfully vivid feeling swept over him how puro and good sho wasl CO. BEREA PUBLISHING If ho coutd only tell her (lnrorpornttvl) .Poor little glrll It seemed but yesJ. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manafer. terday when ho took her away from a homo where sho bad everything, took Subscription Ratos her away to mako sacrifices for him. rAYAM.K IN AUVANCK She had loved pretty things, but bad denied herself that be and tho chilOne Ver 8l Monlh dren might go well dressed. 35 Three Month And in stress of emotion he kissed or 15pre Money tho garments nnd sobbed into them his Send money ly Letter, or one and two grief and remorse nnd bereavement. Order. Draft, cent .tamps. lie had loved her yes nnd was your name on label ahowa to The date lifter what date your aulncrlptlon U paid. If it i not very proud of her. But no sooner had changed within three weeVs after renewal ho caught at this Justification of himnotify us. self than ho remembered how someMiming number! wilt be gladly aupplled If we times bo bad been harsh and dominant are notified. Kind God, could Fine Premiums given for new autncrlptlont and negligent, and and prompt renewals. Send for Premium 1,1st. ho ever forglvo tho memory of ltt lie Liberal terms given to any who obtain new aulMcrlptlona for us. Any one sending us four bad sometimes made her sob in anearly subscriptions can receive The Cltlien free guish as If her heart wero broken. lor himself for one year And under tho newly sodded mound, Advertising talcs on application, tinder tho rnln, peacefully slept the "Surely" sno wos Regl-.tee-- June 20, tota. even-hande- The Citizen MFMBER OP wife. Discovering the Kangaroo, In the year 1770 Captnln Cook sailed into Botany bay in his ship, tho Endeavor. A foraging or exploring party brought back to him the news of the discovery of a new and strangely formed animal. It was described ns mouse colored in hue and of the size of a greyhound. But that which struck Cook's men ns most singular wns Its movements. "It sprang or leaped with great swiftness by the aid of its long bind limbs," while the possession of n strong tnll wns also noted. On July 14 a Mr. Gore, one of Cook's party, shot a kangaroo, the name by which the an lmal wns known to the natives. At their dinner on Sunday, July 15, 1770. they dined off kangaroo Joint nnd pronounced the meat to be excellent eating. As early as 1711, however, n Dutch traveler In Australia of the name of De Bruins had captured a kangaroo, which he took to Bntavln alive, so that Cook practically rediscovered the family. Tha Gloomy Quest. Tbo best man noticed that one of the wedding guests, n gloomy looking young mnn, did not seem to be enjoying himself. He wns wandering about as though ho had lost bis last friend Ibe best man took it upon himself to cheer blm up. "Er have you kissed tho brido?" be iskcd by way of introduction. "Not lately," replied tbe gloomy one Short with a far away expression. Stories. KKNTVCKY PKltSS ASSOCIATION. TO A YOUNG MAN. whero they belong. It Is well to bo modest and courteous and all that, but Remember that your two shoes bare Just as much right on the pavement as the two shoes of tho millionaire. It Is neither necessary nor safe to push others off the thoroughfare, but tako heed lest some one shore you asldo even when yon take the right band side of the road. You may be courteous and tactful, but you must get onl Ordinarily the crowd Is good humored and gets out of the way of the fellow who keeps going. Says the crowd: "Here Is a man who Is bound somewhere, and he Is In a hurry. Let's get out of his way." Assert yourself. Self assertion Is the powder In the-gubehind the charge. It is the dynamic that urges men Into the places d In such cases, and securo Justlco nnd fairness of trials by tho "A Judgo, with nn cyo slnglo to offsetting with their presence tho public wcnl can, In tho dlschnrgo silent Inflticnco upon court officer, In witnesses nnd Jurors nrlslng from the o! his official duties, do much support of tho great moral and civic Invnrlablo presenco at bucIi trials reforms of his tlmo. Ho has a cer- of tho votaries of liquor lawlessness tain oversight of tho officials under nnd tho sympathizers with tho rum Mm and can do much to compel un- traffic In nil of Its forms." willing officers to. do their duties. In W. Virginia all Jurors aro selected WORLD NEWS by two Jury commissioners who aro Continued from I'lrst rape appointed by tho Judgo nnd removable at his pleasure As a general rule, gantly dressed suffragetto, who wn juries hnvo heretofore been mndo up announced as a guest, advanced an too largely of idlers, bums, loungers tiled to tear tho official badgo m and court hnngcrson, nnd generally tho Premier's coat. Sho persisted I" Inferior men, v. ho were so sympathetic her attack and was filially dragged ns to rcqulw from tho room by tho ushers. v. 1th liquor lawlessness TUB CZAR UMNO WATCHED moro evidence to convict a man for him There Is great restlessness 1" Ullct selling than to convict circles for murder. This hns made tho en- governmental and military forcement of our liquor laws most In Kuropo, and tho chief concern I Therefore, seems to bo over tho attitude difficult and Ineffective. when the Judge appoints these Jury Uu3sla. It Is evident thnt tho Czar'K commissioners, one from each politi- (army hns been reorganized and that cal party, let him tell them plainly It Is bolng worked up to a state o. that In tho selection of Jurors they discipline. War still exists between shall select no drinkers or loungers Italy nnd Turkey, though but little or questionable characters, or men (fighting Is being done. All ryes nro who solicit selection, but that they tainted townrd the Dardamlls, International question mark. shall select only the best, busiest, TUB OLYMPIAN CONTEST most honorable, moral, sober and Tho revived Olympian games will upright citizens of their counties, this be held In Sweden next month. Tin nnd that any departuro from S. will send several contestant rulo will result in the Immediate retli from and should carry off many of moval of such commissioners oifico. By tho adoption of this plan prizes. An Indian nnd a Hawaiian will 1 havo In my circuit, ns a general be found nmong tho American con thing, Jurors who fearlessly do their tcstants. Tho Olympian games are duty and whom liquor criminals post supposed to hao begun In Kits, WHAT JUDGES CAN DO Ku-rop- l. D. Shlnnlck of Sholbyvlllo was elected President, nnd John S. Lawrence J. Curtis Al- of Cadiz, of Jcffersontown was cd Secretary. VIRGINIA ASSASSIN CAUOHT A man answering to tho description of Wesley Edwards, ono of tho Hlllsvlllc, Vn., assassins wns arrested nt Clay City, Powell County, last work. It Is thought that tho remaining murderer of tho gang, Sidney Allon, Is also In Kentucky. Later: Tho man proved not to lo Edwards. NEW FEAT U HE of K. K. A. A meeting of tho school trustees of tho Stato during tho Kentucky Eduin Lculsvlllo cational Association Juno 23, 20 and 27th, Is expected attract flvo hundred or moro of theso important school officers to Louisville nt that tlmo to tako part In tho deliberations of the session, nnd to hear a noted speaker who will nddrcsB them on tholr problems. MORE LEGISLATION HECALLED Tho Court of Appeals last week declared unconstitutional acts of tho lust, Legislature making County n SfjKirato judicial district nnd adding ono circuit Judgo to tho Campbell County court. The reason riven In both cases for Iho court'M in action ,wns that tho imputation celther case was up to the constituj suwrsc PL Lesson (By B. O. BELLSRf. of Chloeao.) Mmno:NAL Plraclor of Even-lDepartment. The Muody IJIble n LESSOf THE PENITBNT WOMAN. I.K.SSON TKXT luke la the ear-In- c ful OOI.DEN end worthf of all acceptation, that, Jeaua came Into the world to Chrlal lave alnnera." 1 Tim. 1:11. 7:M-CTKXT-'Talth- Bometlmes the crowd may be obstreperous, and, though you make a flying wedge of yourself. It refuses to budge. Walt a bit Boon the crowd will tire or forget, and you may get by without a murmur. An- dBhould you perforce happen to be knocked down by tho crowd In Its DAY LIGHT NAPS rush, get up! Get up and brush the InThousands of women are far too sult from your garments and do not complain of the rudeness of the popu- busy ever to think of taking a nap lace Like you, brave fellows, others In the daytime. They would laugh are looking for bread and butter and a at tbo suggestion wero it made to Smile and get upt And. rooftree. them. When ono tells these busy nce above you begin to be cowed by the women that they are nervous and in mob, once you begin to shrink from its need of repose, and that they may preserve their youth, strength nnd rough embraces, you are a goner. by If some one, assertive, successful, charm by taking regular rest pushing, elbows you aside in spite of daylight, they shake tholr heads and your best efforts to hold your own. smile with pity on the foolish advisers. If a woman's occupation is that that Insult off your vest of a cashier, clerk or stenographer Never let it get down as deep as your undergarments. Do not whine or cuss she has no choice except to devota IgDoubtless bo who went over you got herself to the task In hand and like treament when ho was where you nore tho fact that she is weary until the allotted time of work Is over. are. Tull down your vest and go onl If she Is a mother with little chilDo not misunderstand. You are not dren making all sorts of demands, spoiling for a light. If so, you shall she knows very well that her atreadily be accommodated. There Is no tempt at daytime sleep will probably chip on 'your shoulder. But. conscious prove a failure. There aro a great of your ability to make good In the scramble, wllllug to do your share of many "lfs" that present themselves tho world's work, you demand a place as obstacles of an Insuperable naturo on which to stand uutll you get a fulr when tired and busy women try to secure Intervals of rest In tbe mornchance. Your Job will not hunt you. You ing or afternoon. Yet It is truo that must be the hunter. "whore there's a will there's a way." Therefore assert yourself. Face the rivo minutes' or ten minutes' lovel music. Stand stiff legged and let uo rest on a sofa will work wonders mortal frighten you. when ono Is weary, It only theru 13 pushing. And keep perfect relaxation from tension. Tho best cholco for a daytime, nap varies with tho Individual. Sometimes L' TOO LATE. it is well to select a half hour That day he had burled his wife. She had been a good wife to blm. luncheon. Food is more easily IIo had loved her yes, of course. Why digested and assimilated when tbe raise such a question? body has bad a period of rest tbaa IIo began on tho evening of this day when one comes to tho table with to know how sweetly thoughtful she bad always been, bow quietly she had depleted brain tissue. If the nervous filled tho measure of wife and mother energy has been very strongly taxed and is nearly exhausted beforo eatand housekeeper. Had ho taken It too much for grant- ing, dyspepsia may bo tho resulting ed that sho found her Joy In sacrifice) consequence. To He down Immediatenod be been worthy of her? Had be ly after a meal is not eo good a plan been the husband be should have been? as to delay doing so uutll au hour Ilad be appreciated her as he ought? oi mora may have passed. IIo looked around him. Those who havo tho 'euro of little Whero was sho? Doubtless In tho No. children ought to Insist on their havnext room or with the children. The Out In tho dark ulght tinder the ruin. ing time, to sloop by daylight. Desolate, lonely, terrltled, bo asked mother of a child not much over two himself: Would bo always be looking told a friend that sho did not for her? Was sho really gone away her little daughter to tako n forever and over? nap through the day, becausethe Ills wlfo gone? wanted to put her to bed at fcU Why, he bad dimly recognized that o'clock, and bo euro that bho would such awful things came to some peog ple But to him? In unendurable mis- sleep all night. Tbo child was and fretful, thin and pallid, ery bo realized yes, to til ml There were tho big leather chair she and though sho slept all night as her bought for blm last Christmas, repre- mother wished, she was neither rosy senting weeks of savings from her o nor plump, nor yet stipend: the slippers she bad during tho day. The rapidly developmended ing brain was not receiving its proIIo must find berl per amount of repose. Until a child Going into tho lit tlo sewing room Is seven or eight years old the wlsi where she kept her mending basket, be mother will cucourago tho habit of picked up a small stocking, partly done, and laid It down again with a sob. Lit- lying down for a while every day In tle Ed's stocking was the last thing her the dark, with eyes shut, whether uway. Chrisfingers bad touched before they called sleep como or stay tian Herald. the doctor. ail-Obe-tn- ro w high-strunlit-tld Bu-t- BBBBBHTiKr 'aBBaBBBBBKRDURLaHVMaBnBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV THE WHITE HOUSE In 17P2 mid wits first occupied by The home of tho presidents vas President Adnma in 1800. In 1814 It wni burned by the British and wU edifice) rebuilt four years later. The origins! building In a two story painted white. It Is 170 feet long by 8tl feet wide and bus nn Ionic portico., In 1008 the executive offices, which nre shown in the upper picture, werei erected. The main ontrauco to tho White Houo Is shown In the lower cut. -- 'iholesomcly dread. Then, again, wo must remember that ours Is a government of law, and that no law !a effectively enforceable unless bached by a favorable fiubllc sentiment. Tho want of ibis sentiment has hindrance always been a woeful to tho enforcement of tho liquor laws. By his charges to tho grand juries, by bis talks on all opportune occasions, by his very attitude on this question, tho judgo can help to build up this sentiment. Tho judge can, In a very proper way, oncourago temperance iwoplo to appear ut tho trials of liquor cases, and by their prcsenco and interest norvo tho arm cf tho prosecuting attorney, discourage tho sickening perjury of witnesses a Grecian state, 2GSS years ago, and were kept up until tho conquest by the Romans. Tho contest' Is world wide and It Is expected that nations almost unknown will enter. IN OUR OWN STATE Continued from 1'lrtt I'age Swat the Fly! era failed to tako advantage of their privilege. It had already been noted that tbo voto cast was considerably vote jn Jower than tl Taft-Bryfigures for Kentucky would seem to Justify tho cry heard thru-ptho nation that thero Is a general ludlffercnco to tho matter of suffrage. This indifference Is Justified In many cases by the statement that it Is uo uso, that we aro boss and votes lid Jen und do not count anything nuyway, A HANDSOME OUT It Is reported In the press hi Cincinnati that a Cincinnati man has It Is the Most Dangerriudo a gift to tho Lincoln Institute-iocolored people In Kentucky, of ous Animal on Earth! In J 10,500. The gift U to be used When bactoriologlsta infortn us that finishing tho power house nnd tho tho averago fly carrios on Its body 1,250,000 gorma, aaya Farm Dairy- laundry. Tho Institution Is endeavoring to ing, suroly wo should iool ajustcauso rnlso $50,000 In order to thoroughly for gravo alarm. equip It boforo tho opening this fall, It being found that tho endowment and original gifts for tho establishHOUStZFLIES AS ment were not sufficient by that CARRIERS OF DISEA8E. an l'JOS-Thesd ut with Mary Magdalene, thoro Is no con-- , aecllon at all. Jeius always drow to himself tho sinful ones; It was for thnt purpose ho camo Into tho world, to benr our sine (Matt. 1:21; Isa tional requirement. 53:6). This woman was. however, a PARTISAN PRISON BOARD sinner who no longer ran after hor Governor McCreary seems to havo sin. but ono who was repentant. This failed Just as tho Legislature failed Is shown by (1) her sorrow (woep-- i to come up to the party platform lng); (2) hor humble sorvlco (wiping (3) her gift of love (tho In tho matter of making the lrlsou his feet), and alabaster box), this latter having un-- i commission or doubtedly been an accessory of hor The now commission npiolntcd life of sin, but now devoted to a moro last week consists of Henry Lawrence, noblo uso. As tho odor filled the M. F. Conley nnd E. O. Sullivan. All bouse tho Pharisee spake three nro Democrats, newspaier men "within himself." but bo who dlscorn-ct- h tho thoughts and Intents of the and were warm suporter8 of In Uio contest Inst car. J; heart knew not only how great a sinbeen, but know also the wns hoped that tho Governor would ner sho had worn by cloak of make up for tho failure of the LegisSimon. Hor purity and holiness had lature by making tho boaid at least boen shattered like the nlnbaster box although the law does and Jesus proceeds to shatter Simon's not requlro It. shell of self complacency by putting forth ono of his matchless parables. EDWARDS GOES IT ALONE Jeaut 8peaka to Simon. Former Congressman Don C. of London was the only conA certain creditor, undoubtedly testing Roosovclt delegato In tho meaning himself, had two debtors, by state who wou out beforo tho Inference this woman and this Pharinational committee nt Chicago. The see. Both allko wero bankrupt, one other ten $8X0 former Congressman Is off to Chi- owed aboutmuch, and tho $85. Both about as cago to do alt ho can to "down Eros times alike, however, received forglveneea. and up Mnrs." "Tell me," says the Master, "which debtor will lor mostr Tho PhariHEALTH RESORT see's reply was the, logical one; they both depend upon the mercy of the Russell Springs Health Resort, open creditor, henco the gratitude will be In ratio to tho amount forgiven. Much Juno 1st. had been required, henco much forThis famous Spring and Resort, given. Jesus immediately turns the for ovor CO years has been noted Pharlseo's answer to a practical appli"vcr Central and Southern Kentucky cation. Taking the words out of g properties Simon's mouth he makes one of tho for Its Tho analysis of tho water shows six most completo and practical applies Christianity In tho tlona distinct Ingredients, which mako gospel of appliedTo paraphrase Jeaus record. It especially beneficial for itoniach, snya: "Simon, I camo Into your houte Niwel, liver and kidney troubles; as and the moat common courtesy of well as purifying tho blood and drivwnahlng a guest's feet you neglected, ing malaria from tho system. yet this woman has wnahed my feot Hundreds of people aro loud in lta with her tears, an vldrnce of her rewith praise somo claiming their lives pentance, while you sit therewiped myd cynicism. Sho has havo been saved and lengthened by feet with the hairs of her head, her uso of tho water. Nowhere in our glory and crown has been laid at my state can bo found a healthier and feet whllo you have not so much as happier poopln than rcsldo In and offered mo a towol to wipe tho duit around tho town of Russell Springs off my feet as I loft my sandals at your door. Simon you gave mo no In Russell County. Tills beautiful spot, so richly en- kiss, that common mark of a courteous welcome, yet this woman has not dowed by Nature, consists of largo ceaaed to kits my feet slnre tho time hotel, and cottages, threo ncres if I camo Into your house. The nnnolnt-ln- g Inwn, flno spring house with conoil, common olive oil, you neglectcrete floor, curb In center, surround- ed to use, yet the precious oil of her ed by over 30 largo oak trocs, furnlsJu treasuro sho has thankfully poured lng delightful shado during tho heat- upon my feet. Simon, your life la a llfo of works so are these acts of this ed season. woman, but your llfo la ono of teal property has lately lwcn pur- whllo her acts have been prompted Tho chased by Mr. J. P. BIckncll of Bo-lby tovo." and leased by Mr. and Mrs. I M. In another place Jesus tells us that Tuller. from Arkansas, who aro spar- If wo lovo him we will do tho things ing no pains or expeuso to ImprOva he commands us nnd thnt ho nnd tho It nnd build up a nice homo place Father will come nnd nblJo with us. on a Christian basis for nil visitors Hers was tbo herolo lore of ono who seeking health and rest during tho having lost her Bhamo dared to thrust horaolf Into an unbidden houso of recummer. freshment and porform thoso neglectBoarding rates will bo enly $1.00 ed menial duties, tbo result of which per day with good room and free was that reward for hor faith that ubo of water. Every posslblo attenmeant forgiveness of her sins. By guests. tier attention to these duties sli: was tion nnd courtesy shown Swings, croquet, lawn tonnls, etc., unconsciously rebuking tho vnnlty of Simon's self merit whllo nt the snrao for children and young people. sho was to tho further Information, how to tlmo oxamplo showing grntltudoworld n For flno of tho of n rach Russell Springs, etc., nddrcs3 snved ono. Paul later expressed It I. M. Tuller, Proprietor. most forcefully In tho fourth chnptor of his letter to tho RomatiB. The Qreat Creditor. This womnn know sho hnd no merit of her own and hence sho throw herself nt tho feot of Josus, claimed his rlghtcousuoss nnd compassion and at tho samo tlmo by her nets sho showed tho nttltudo of her heart nnd of courso sho tiad tho dcslro of her heart. It hns always, boen so for has not tho Master Bald, "Happy nro they who non-partisry health-renewindry-eyeea Joaus had ocoopted an Invitation to visit the home of the aristocrat Simon, but Initcad of Ulna; treated with courtesy ho Is humiliated by atudlod ncgloct and Intuit Tbero'wa one, however, who fully appreciated bla real worth, n woman of the atroot who bad doubtless seen htm enter or else observed him at meat through tho open doorwny. Knowing blm Is one thing, but to love htm Is qulto another. Do not confound this womnn much, Fllee spread tuberculoala, typhoid fever, ecarlet fever, eummer complaint and of bablas by carrying dlaeate from one to another. clean and Keep everything there will be no fliea. Don't let fllee have a place to lay their egga. Keep covered all placee where young fllee may be hatched. Put ecreena at wlndowa and doora. Where la dirt there are filet. diph-therla, KILLED BY OUAltD A guard In Uio Krankfort Penitentiary shot and Instiiitly killed Noah Taylor, last Thursday, Taylor was u llfo convict and was Insubordinate, striking tho guard In tho head with a hammer. K. P. A'S SUCCESSFUL MEETING Tho Keutuoky Press Association carried out Its program ut Olympian Springs practically as nunouiiced, and tdjourncd Friday morulug. Edward hunger and thirst after righteousness, for they shall bo fcdT" Let the After this "practical sormon of appood Da mo plied Christianity" to BImon, Jesus -- II xw Fortune enter your turns to tho woman, nameloss so far ns the Scrlpturo record Is concerned, business through tho nnd with Infinite nnd a heavenly thrill In his volco ho said: "Thy fnlth hath advertising door. saved theo, go In peaco." "Who Is tho When you keep your business creator," they nskod. a secret you are locking Mme. boJesus teaches us that though there degrees of guilt, all allko must Fortune out come to God for forgiveness. Alao that ho, Creator, is tho one See us y about our ad, to w hom tho Greatour wo owe dobt of sins nnd rates. who nlono can without mcrlU rfe- charge that debt and scud us forttftn peaco. I0u jrtf it, MM, lif W. H. U J to-da- i PHES I l3EI?Ei DENTS OFFICE KY June 20, 1912. THE CITIZEN. Page Three. aaturnted with tho alkaline accretion of tho mouth, which would appear to render It less digestible In the atom och, where digestion can only operate In an acid medium. A good plan to follow is to chew cereals, vegetables, bread, potatoes, pastry nnd all starchy foods until they disappear down the gullet This requires no mental effort, and tho best posslblo results will follow. Food eaten In this fashion Is more pleasing to the pnlnte, and that itself Is stimulating to all tho digestive functions. By EUGENE U HSK. M. D. Copyright 1910, by American Press Just Before the And what Is In storo It cither Ilooscvelt or Taft Is regularly nom"is A Romance of Progress By ALBERT PATSOH TERHUHE GALILEO The Man Who Would Take Nothing for Granted. ALCOHOL IS NOT NECESSARY A Italian boy email aly most aa a child, and pallid from sat dreaming In the gray shadows of the Piss Cathedral one day In 168S. And from hla dreams arose Speaking at a largely attended on "The Uiat of Alcohol," bald soma of tha greatest Inventlona and Tha recently by a thriving branch of tba discoveries aver accomplished. 0. E. Temperanee aoelaty at Cam- boy waa Galileo, eldeat aon of an Imbridge, Eng., and addressed by tba poverished Florentine nobleman. Ha had apant hla childhood devising mlnant profaaaora of madlclna, and aurgary In tba untveralty. clever mechanical toya out of the Prof. Howard Marah gate tailing taa- acantleat materials; had dabbled In tlmony agatnat tna uia of alcobollo literature and painting as ha grew drink even In modarata quan-tltla- up; had aought to become a monk, and had been perauaded by hla faIn opanlng bis addraaa ba aald that ther to study madlclna Inatead. The young medical student, aa ha ha bad baD tntaraated In tbla quee-Uo- n at In the cathedral, fell to observing for a very long tlma, and could My with all modaity, for ba waa only tha great bronze chandelier that bung aipraailng bla own opinion, that ba by a long rod from tha roof. Inatead had ooma to very datlnlte oonolualona of remaining motionless, the chandeupon It. Tba Brit waa that even In lier vibrated almoat Imperceptibly to modaratlon, and except for medical and fro. Galileo wondered why. Ten thouaand other Italians had aeen that purpoaaa, alcohol waa parfactly Tba Japs never uiad It, awaylng lamp and had taken Its moyat how wall tbay bad dona In war. tion for granted. But Galileo had a almllar llluitratlon waa affordad by way of taking nothing for granted. tba brave native Bikh regiment, total From Idly watching tha bronxa lamp's abatalnara. Ha had an example a movements ha began to note them mora carefully. Ha aaw that they abort tlma ago whan ba aant a eome-wbventuresome Invitation to Blr ware rhythmic, and that, whether tha l Robert to coma down awlnga were far or alight, all occupied and Impact tba Cambridge Bcouta. Ha tha aama length of time. Again Galp flrat aant hta to aaa ileo wonder why. Ha aet himself to wbathar It waa worth hla while to atudy tha cause. Tba results of hla atudlea were gradual and occupied coma. He came and lunched at Downing collage. He waa about twenty-elgb- t more than half a century. But for yeara old, Are feat ten Inchea In convenience they will here be grouped. He knew nothing of mathematics, height, and with aa clear a completion p and aa bright an aye aa one would aee, but In the working out of the problem, mathematlca would and be knew what aort of young falbe necessary. So he threw over meds low ha muat be to be right-hanman. Ha waa atruck by icine and became a mathematician. the fact that tba young fellow, aa The throb of that cathedral chandeaplendld a young animal man aa one lier started htm to pondering over a theory propounded could meet anywhere, proved to ba a Tha Swinging many ywg beforo vegetarian, an abitalnar, and a by a German h.nP "d Copernlcus named The tennis champion not WhatltTauBht. name. lawn tennli, nlco aa It might be, but the real thing bla old friend, Mr. ly that the aun stands still and that NeTllle I.ytton, waa an abstainer. He the earth revolves about It. Also, (the speaker) uied to play golf a that the various' stars and the moon great deal, and tbey were often atruck have a almllar aystem of rotation. with admiration at the way the great Might not thla alleged motion of tho player Taylor played, with marvel-ou- a earth account for the vibrating of Galileo resolved to precision. There waa no one who the chandollcrT could hold him. He apeclally asked If know more of the matter. Ho was not he waa a teatotaler, and the reply content to take for granted the old was, "Of count be la; If he were not doctrine that the earth stood still and the sun circled about It Hut to go he could not play like that." Into tho matter It was necesHe did not bellevo that alcohol waa further to necoasary aa a food, although be could sary no study the heavens. This he competent menna ot doing. bad not say anything In the pretence of Bo ho went to work devising such 8lr Clifford Allbutt about Its use aa a means. Some years earlier a Mlddlo-burmedicine, though he did aay that In optician had ground bits or glass oiiio other circumstances It waa In such a way as to magnify objects harmful In a Tory definite degree. seen through them. Tho experiment Take the cno of contests of pbyitcal had not amounted to much. Hut Galpower. Did tbey think a man would ileo thought be saw a way of Improvtake a large doie of alcohol and ex- ing on It. Ho figured out that by pect to win the king's prlieT They placing a convex lens and a concave might bo perfectly certain that It be lens In certain position toward each did bo would not be able to "shoot for other anything seen through tho two nuts." In the caso or an ordinary would bo enlarged. This Is tho prinparty made up of young fellowe ciple of tho modern opera-glass- . He from the sorrlces, they knew that If experimented until ho was able to they dined heartily with wine over- magnify threefold. Hut this seemingnight tbey could not ihoot next morn- ly marvelous achievement did not sating. Tha beat tbot In England, If be isfy htm. He continued grinding Indulged to any extent In champagne lenses at various angles ot refraction overnight, would bo unablo to bit until he had perfected an Instrument more- than one pboniant out of tiro that would magnify 32 fold. In other the next morning. Alcohol even In words, ho bad made a telescope. moderato amount unfitted him for Turning this on tho heavenly bodies, skilled work. In golf bo bad known ho at onco revolutionized all astronpeople who showed at onco whether omy they took alcohol or not. A man might Europe went wild at tho araaxlng play splendidly In tho morning, but IT Invention, but It stirred up countless bo had a couple of whliklos and sodaa rtvnls and enemies for the Inventor. at lunch, his play would fall off In tbo Galileo's nmazlng declaration that the afternoon. Another thing had struck earth moved was seized upon by these moderato him. That among rivals, who carried It to tho Inquisidrinkers, young men from twenty-fivtion, with tho claim that It tended to thlrty-ilvmight drink wlno pretty deny certain passages of Scripture to they would often bear a and was therefore heretical. Tho Infreoly, but man aay at forty: "I can't drink as I quisition, always eager to torture or mod to do; wlno does not ngrco with put to death any "heretic," 1110 now." That Juiit showed that warned Galileo to advance no moro whllo In tho very prlmo of tholr pbys-lea- l such dangerous theories. In reply ho Ufa they might seem to And no wroto n book satirizing his opponents very norloiiii effects, ns soon as any nnd oven hinting that tho Inquisition of their organs began to ting they itself lacked the highest intelligence. could plainly soo tha Injurious ctTocts. As a result ho promptly found himHo was dollghtcd at the changes self In trouble. He was again brought for the better going on In Kngland to trial and given The Penalty for tho cho,co of tor. now. Tho othor tiny ho wna dining nt Proclalmlnflthe tur8 or of rccant. Woolwich nnd saw nt leant Truth. of tho young oitlcors present wero ,uc hs statement drinking nothing stronger than lemon-ndo- . that tho earth mores. Galileo was At least 70,000 men In tho army growing old and feeblo, and courngo Ho thought usually departs with, strength. So ho today woro teetotalers. that n splendid thing, bccauBo with recanted on his knees, ndmlttlng that that many teetotalers In tho nrmy, tho the earth was stationary. Hut, ns ho wholo would bo teetotal beforo long. roso to his feet, ho shouted In a tempHo wns glad that tho opinion formed est of wrath: "Just the same It DOKS by Intelligent peoplo In nn Intellectual move!" Ha was Imprisoned In tho Insociety todny wna that alcohol wns quisition dungeons for nn indlllnlto unnecessary. It was of tho groatost period, but through tho Influence of nsslstanco to tho poorer classes now-m- l powerful friends was later allowed ays that they could got n good cup to gp free of hut coffee or milk and n plcco or nut, nfter his troubles with tho Inbroad nnd butter Instead or a glass or quisition, tho Inventor's spirit nnd beer. Things had boon health gavo way. Ill8 children died, adulterated thrown Into boor In tho past which In- many of his friends deserted him. He creased n man's craving for It. Now went hopelessly blind. Yet even In that theso men could get coITco or hla blindness nnd old ngo his mind milk they snld, "Thnt's tho thing for harked back to tho phenomenon it mo." Ho hollared that wns ono ot tho tho swaying cnthedrnl lamp that had best nnd most powerful Influences nt Incited his wholo career. Working 011 work todny. It would bo tho groatost tho satno theory of rhythm, ho Inthing If ovorybody would mako up vented tho pendulum, and applied Its their minds to stnrt their children uso to clockmnklng. This wns his afresh nnd right and bring them up last achievement beforo, In 1C 12, ho abstainers, for ho betloved died. Ho hud been born on tho day as total hnt if thoy woro novor glvon wlno or ot Michelangelo's death. And tho day beor as children thoy would nover of his death also witnessed the birth want It. If thoy did not teach a child ot tho great Sir Isaac Newton. that alcohol was necessary thoy would To tho cathedral "dreamer" wo owe find that ho would novor want It almost wholly tho telescope, microscope, thermometer and clock penduNo Useful Effects. lum. To him, abovo nil, wo owo our "Tbore seams no useful effects to knowledge of astronomy and ot the anticipated from the uio of alco- earth's motion. bo (CopyrlchUd.) hol In health." Dr. Parka. Prof. Howard Marsh Olvea Tailing Taatlmony Agalnal Drinking In Modaratlon. over-atud- con-faren- ad a. at Baden-Powel- vlbrat-Ing-lam- Baden-Powell'- r. g ao-cl- - d e tlvo-slxtb- s inated not hard to predict it tho Democratic Convention proves Contest Justi level hended enough to tako advan-tag- o Bitter of n great opportunity; someInterest. fies Breathless thing that tho Republicans seem to Light Thrown Upon the Rootevelt be trusting it not to do, and tint It surely will not do if it nominates Program fpcoker Clark. Heforo this letter Is read In Tho BOLT LIKELY Citizen much history may havo been tho mado In Chlcngc At no tlmo slnco 18C0 bns tho llfo or death country awaited with so much con- of tho Republican party may bo sealconcern tho action ot tho national ed. ventions. Certainly at no tlmo slnco LESSONS OF TITANIC DISASTER that memorablo year has tho contest been so spectacular W. R. Belknap, Berea Trustee, In nnd bo bitter. And, now on tho evo "Hardware Reporter." Republican of tho calling of tho All that a man hath will be given to order, tho people thru-otho country await tho result with in exchange for his lite. Tho great Interest almost as breathless as if (wan disaster whoso frightful exa real battlo wero going to bo fought tent has been borno In upon us by nnd tho victory won by tho forco the messages from ships that pass that could slay tho most ot Its In Uio night and tho story of survienemies. vors, has driven everything else out During tho last week there has of our minds. Tho courso of markets, teen considerable maneuvering for ordinary vocations and dally diver advantage, and much has been said sions of lit seem trivial and Insigand done, with moro or less Insincer- nificant compared with this great ity, for psychological effect The event. Tho boat that was thought to chief event worthy of this characterization was the oppcaranco of Iloose-ve- lt be unslnkablo proved to be as Vulnerhimself on tho scene, Saturday, able as tbo wooden caravel or clipto tako personal chargo of hla per built craft that used to traverso olden forces in order to mako suro that the tho Atlantic Ocean in tho wireless telegraph, The nomination would bo "tendered him." times. Of courso it had been known for whllo doing great work, was shown Mr. to bo insufficient In its details. some tlmo by all who know Roosevelt that ho would bo present Practically tho conduct of tho vessel Simultaneously with his arrival Is In the hands of somo irrespon tho national committee completed sible youth who can call down elec254 tricity from tho clouds and yet renltd work ot passing upon tho contests, tho Committee, out of the der no account to mato or captain. Tho insufficient number ot life2M, according to Roosevelt only 19, of thus making his instructed vote boats and rafts, Instruments all of the growsom-430 and placing in tho Taft column 235, making his Instructed voto 43t, facts which havo been brought out to by the examinations of one kind and not enough in cither lnst&nco nuothcr have gono to prove to ns fclvo a nomination on tho first ballot, but it is understood that at least that wo havo yet much to learn and to do If wo would show that respect SO of tho 90 Now York votes aro for Taft, which would ralso his total to for human llfo which wo bellevo ought to exist. SIC. And It is claimed by Tnft headTho many deeds of heroism recount quarters that thcro aro enough moro votes unlnstructcd that aro pledged ed In prose and verso wero tho reasto nomlnato him on tho first ballot. suring features of the whole, but they do not bring tho dead to llfo Significant Insight Is given to tho again, and those who mourn must go methods of tho Ilooscvelt forces in ou mourning, as they rcallzo tho the fact that, whllo 15 of the 52 mem- hopelessness of their case. bers of tho national committed were Thoso who wero about to die, pronounced Ilooscvelt suliorters, they fcalutcd; those who are still living comvoted with tho majority of tho may do moror They can lend genermittee In almost every Instance in ously of themselves In a heating tho Taft delegates, Senator widespread effort to uplift tho l)orah taking tho lead and declaring people, whether In business or out that In tho Indiana case, sighted m of It whether selling hardware, or often by Hooacvclt himself as an sailing beforo tho mast. Good will example of tho motbod of Taft in Wo can express this by helpwillfully robbing him, there was not ing Instead of hindering; by leadtho slightest evidenco In support ing Instead of crowding"; by reconcilof tho Ilooscvelt claims. And that ing instead of. antagonizing; by praistbo grounds for tho contests in ing Instead of carping. This Is our most of tho other cases wero practimessage to thoso of tho press whoso cally as flimsy is evidenced by the aim seems to bo Just tho contrary fact, as abovo stated, that tho Iloosc- whoso aim Is apparently to set man velt contingent voted against them. against man brother against brothTho Ilooscvelt program has' mro er. Peace on earth. light thrown upon It by a confession In one of tho Munscy papers In WashREVOLUTIONIZED SURGERY ington. Mr. Munscy being one cf It Is hardly thinkable that tho man the chief backers of Mr. Hoosevelt's who discovered antiseptic surgery, campaign. Tho following Is tho ono of tho greatest physical blessings methods given of tho Justification over bestowed upon the race, has pursued and tho contests Instituted: ;ust been gathered to his fathers. llooso-ve- lt "It was necessary for tho Sir Joseph Lister In his vigorous pooplo to start contests on theso eighties went to sleep tho other early Taft selections In order that a day under enduring glory ns tho distabulation ot delegate strength culd coverer of antiseptic surgery, through bo put out that would show Iloose-M- it which moro pcoplo havo been saved holdl'ig a good hand In tho game. by tho surgeons from wounds In war A tnblo showing Taft 150; Koosevelt, and peace than through all tho devel19; contested, nono, would not bo opments of surgical science for a very much calculated to lnsplro conhundred years. His king mado Lister fidence; whereas ono showing Tatt, a baronet in recognition of his disZS, Ilooeovelt, 19; contested 127 look covery, and tho civilized world crowus ed very different. This Is tho whole him as a king In tho realm of science, story." mercy and love. It Is accorded few The contests wero Instituted then men so to contribute to physical for psychological effect, and tho happiness and longevity Tho Chrisf,reat cry of ctcatu roller, when tho tian Herald. rommitteo was not psychologically affected, was a further attempt at DON'T EXPOSE CHILDREN TO psychological effect. And what tho DISEASE result will bo, It will tako only 11 f(tv moro days to disclose. In nn nrtlclo 0:1 tho treatment t It should bo noted, however, that, Mck children In the March Woman's '.vhllo Mr. Itoocovolt's contingent of Homo Companion, tho author, Dr. tho comniltteo was deciding with Roger II. Dennolt, a famous New tho majority that tho contests were York special bt on tho dlscnFcs of trumped up, ho himself continued children say 3: his thunilerlngs from Oyster Hay, 'Never, never, nover, exposo tho nnd abated not in his declarations child to nuy contagious dlseaso In that ho was being ruthlessly nnd older that ho may havo It onco nnd criminally robbed. lo done with It. liven tho Thero is much talk nbout a comblmplo children's diseases, such us promise candldato, nnd Jutlco Hughes measles or whooping cough, havo n Is tho only man prominently spoken death-rnt- o that Is appalling." of In this connection. Soma weeks ngo .Mr. Hoosovolt nnuouticcd that Con-cntlut under-equlpme- nt wholo-soul-ed, n. Home Course In Health Culture XIII.. Diet Hints For the Home -- Association. That all softening, overpowering knell. The tocsin of the soul-t- ha dinner bell. Uyron. often tbo "tocsin of the Invites us to the of the stomach. Tho pure food laws protect us In n great measure from poisonous foods, but they do not prevent .us from manufacturing "toxins" or poisons In our own systems by our habits of eating. It will be many long yeara before tba last word baa been aald on dietetics, the vegetarians, nutartans, fruitarians, long chowers nnd short cbewers to the contrary notwithstanding. Nevertheless a few general principles to which the everyday man may bold fast are pretty well established. In trying to feed rationally It Is well, as In other lines of effort, to have aome ideal or standard, and so before considering the relative value of foods and water. It Is necessary to have a definite Idea A great deal of aclentlflc experiment of what really constitutes a food. A Is being conducted to accurately deterfood may be defined as a aubatance mine the moat satisfactory dietary for man. The subject la too complex to be la digestible and iionpolsen- - minutely discussed in this paper, and OUB. such discussion would only confuse Second Furnishes energy or build- without benefiting the average man. ing material to the body. We may trust science to solve this problem as It baa solved others and Variettee of Food. In the meantime enjoy our meals withFoods are divided chemically into two great alasses, nitrogenous and out worrying about them so long aa we avoid some of the more prominent TOO 8tomach Digestion. Tbo stomach enzyme Is "pcpeln," which converts protelds Into soluble substances called peptones. The digestion of starchy foods Is checked in tho stomach by the hydrochloric acid of tbo gastric juice, but the starch digestion la resumed In the small intestine. Intestinal Digestion. Here It is acted upon by several enzymes, which complete starch digestion and also convert ordinary cane sugar into grape sugar. Proteld digestion also proceeds) In the Intestines, and fats are digested and emulsified so that tbey can be absorbed. As previously stated, all these food elementa are required either for energy, building material, etorage or to carry on the chemical and physical exchanges In the tissues. During these processes the food elementa are broken up and many of them literally burned or oxidised, Juat aa a candle burns, with the formation of carbon dioxide lie would bo tho compromise candi- In gront nssurnnco of success, declared that ho would bo tho compromise candidate. And it would seem that he has tho advantage. Another serious feature of tho situation Is tho threat from Hoos"-vo- lt quarters of a bolt, nnd tho wld'-sprebelief Is that, Just as in tho btato conventions tho friends if the rough-ride- r would not acknowledge defeat and Instituted contests ad date, nnil last wook President Taft, 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks rnnvnifiHTS Ac. qulcalr lurerlalii our opnti.m free wtivtlicr u liullm ( iTotmlilr imeiiufcl. Nnimuiil. tluiiaxrtctljftmiMviitlul. HANDBOOK otil'nteuu sunt (re. lMet ciicr tvr twuruiir pulvnis. I'attou taken through tlumi X Cu. moire trtcM nu(l(, without clieno, lutuo DcaiQNSt though overwhelmingly outnumbered, so it will be In tho national convention. What n bolt bodes for tho party it Is not hard to see. Scientific HmcilcaiK cirhandtomtlr llluilrIM weeklr. I culation ut HIT erleMtlUo lourniil, IVrme, i a tear 1 four ruoiiltil, L Sou liall tieoKlralara. A rt MUNNSCo.36'0 Urauch Office, New York iBCPU Vabtuluu, IK C. The most important nitrogenous ele- dietetic errors. Diet Hints. ments aro known as protetds, of which First as to meat consumption: Meat the lean of meat and white of egg are Is not a poison. There Is no need to shudder every time you Indulge In a beefsteak. On the other hand, It la .aLHaBBBalViHSM J known to contain certain substances, extractives which if taken In excess may throw an extra burden on the kidneys nnd which seem to have some influence In causing a gouty condition. Meat Is palatablo and easy to prepare; consequently there Is a tendency to overindulge in It There la a well grounded belief among medical men that meat once a day is sufficient, especially during mlddlo life and old age. Whero gout, rheumatism or kidney troublo exists meat should be sparingly taken. In such conditions light meats are less harmful and boiled meats better than roasted or broiled. Fried meat Is a dietetic atrocity, even for tho strongest stomach. Value of Vegetable Diet. Many vegetables nre rich In protelds and from a chemical standpoint quite as nutritious as meat. I3ut here Is whero the rub comes In a food must OOOll TEETU, NATURAL OR ARTIFICIAL, ARK be digestible or its proteld contents 110IIE NECESSARY THAN KNIVES AND are valueless. "Boston baked beans" FORKS. . examples. Some vegetables and grains are rich In protelds,"but a steady diet also contain protelds, especially peas, of that delectable dainty would bo n severe test for some stomachs. beans, wheat, rye, corn, etc. Vegetables as a class contain a great elements are The divided Into fats, carbohydrates (sug- deal of cellulose and fiber which cannot be digested This serves a useful ars and starches) and salts. purpose, as It In other words, we must And tn our the Intestines. stimulates the action of By Increasing the profood the snme elements that enter portion of vegetables in tbo diet a Into the composition of the body. middle ago approaches and tho vital The folly of trying to live on any activities begin to slow down tbe proono particular kind of food will be ap- teld elements in tho food are reduced parent to nuy one who familiarizes and thcro Is less burden laid upon himself with the constitution of the kidneys and arteries. body and Its needs. Tho protelds are Fats and sugar aro energy producers required for building material and en- and very valuable foods for this purergy, tbo carbohydrates and fats for pose. Taken In excess, however, they storngo and energy and tho salts and Interfere with digestion and may provo mineral elements for building pur- especially harmful In obesity, gout, poses nnd to nsslst in the chemical rheumatism and kidney trouble. processes uud exchanges going on lu Sugar Is likely to cause acid dyspeptho body. sia If taken too freely nnd In concentrated form. What Is Digestion? Fat retards tho secretion of gastric Digestion Is the process of transforming food elements Into substances ulce. Greasy fried foods aro for this that cnu be absorbed Into tho blood reason objectionable. Alcohol produces energy, but at n through the walls of tbo digestive tract. If tho digestive functions are high cost. It may bo excluded from paralyzed food taken into tho stomach consideration as n food, since it Is inforeign body and jurious to tho body cells. acts simply ns The Measure of Food Energy. causes Irritation nnd flnully, by Its decomposition, poisoning. It seems hardly proper to close this Tho digestive processes nro carried artlclo without a refereuco to tbo faon by substances whosu exact form mous "calorie." This Is tho amount of and constitution arc uuUuowu, termed bent required to raise ono liter of water 1 degree centigrade. It Is the enzymes, or ferments. Hut digestion does not begin In the unit of food energy nud Is used lu stomach. The saliva contains n very stating tho umouut of heat any particImportant enzyme, ptynlln, which con- ular food will give when burned. According to authorities who aro not verts starch Into mult sugar. Tho Im155 portance of thoroughly chowlug all extremists, u muu welghlug starch foods, such as cereals, vegeta- pounds, moderately active, requires This would bo bles, bread, pastry, potatoes, etc., will about 2300 calories. represented by the following: ut once bo apparent. Dread, oue pound; meat, four ounces; "Counting your chews," however, Is not ml vised. Tho net of chewing egg, four ounces (two small ones); cheese, two ounces; potatoes, ono should bo natural nnd subconscious. If tho attention Is directed too closely pound; butter or fat, two ounces; milk, f ounce; to tho mechanical net of chewing or, oncHiunrter pint; sugar, tea, coffee. In fact. If the mind dwells too Intently Summary. on tho subject of digestion the normal functions nre retarded. Coutit your Good teeth, natural or artificial, aro chews somo time nnd noto If your moro necessary than knives and forks. Jaws do not neho by tho tlmo you Vat slowly, chow starchy foods thorreach tho twentieth. Count your stops oughly, eat meat onco n day, wuter In walking and noto whether your lu moderation ut menls, freely between limbs do not quickly tire. meulK, less meat nnd sweets nud more If tho Internal activities of our bod- vegetables ut mlddlo life. Do not worseen In their entirety, ry nbout your food; do not eat wheu ies could bo oven for n few brief moments, It Is very 1 reds do not exerelso Just ufter probable that tin unutterabio weariness eating. A mixed diet Is best unless diswould oppress nud stltlo us. ease culls fur special diet; avoid Prolonged chowlug of meat does not strange, weird diet fads; more muscuappear to bo required. Tho favorablo lar work culls for more food, esperesults from experimenting along this cially fats uud sugars; lets muscular lino nro probably duo to tho fnct that work, less food; moderate eating for less meat was taken. Tho snllrn does brain work; neither starvation nor not digest meat. On tho contrary, by gluttony Is lu accord with science and prolonged chewing meat Is thoroughly common sense. 11 ono-hal1 Page Four. THE CITIZEN. I June 20, 191a. OF THIS SEASON Joooooooooooooooooooooooooo . LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA- - AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A 8osjoeoeoeoeoeeoeoeoeoeojo oooooooooooool DR. BESi DENTIST CITT , Co. Split wood for sale. College Farm PHOHK IBS Office over Berea Bank Trust DAN H. BWtCK Fire. life, Accident, and Lite Stock INSURANCE Will sign jour bond. Phone 505 Richmond, Ky. T. J. COYLE ATTORNEY AT LAW Will practice in Madison and adjoining counties. Office in Berea National Bank Bound Loel 10:M 7:00 a. m. :5 1:04 p. tn. 7:45 J:S0 p. m. Clndanatl South Bound Loosd :16 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati 12:J4 p. m. li:3J BEREi B:M 1:65 p. m. Knoxvllle U N. TIMB TABUS. Nort Knoxvllle BEREA. P- - m. m-- a. P. a. m. a. m. a. Express Trains Stop to Uka on and let off passenger from beyond Dayton, O., or from Atlanta and beyond. 8otn Boana 1:09 a. m. Cincinnati 11:41 a. m. BERBA Norta Bound 4:46 p. m. BEREA :37 p. m. Cincinnati A PLEA have been a success In every way, The girls not only enjoyed the many lectures and many new acquaintances but were inspired and helped by the beautiful scenery which the moun tains of western X. C. afforded, the country which Is known as '"The Land of the Sky." Dr. and 'Mrs. B. H. Roberts left, for a vacation. Dr. Roberts goes to Pittsburg, Pa., to be with friends and relatives where he will remain for two weeks, while Mr3. The first Installment of our great Roberts will spend some time at Ro story "Freckles" this week. See Chester, X. Y. She visits her daugh ter who go;s to Europe this sum page 6. Don't fall to read It, Frost lea for Ypsilantl, Mich-- , nier. Pres. The following young men left cn Monday, to give the commencement address at the State Normal School. the midnight train, Friday, for Blac Before his return, which will be Fri- MountainpX. C, to attend the V. M. C. A. conference which is being day noon, he will visit In Detroit. "Banner Bargain Day" Juno 26th. held there from the 13th to 23rd of this month: Glenn Porter, Paul PaSpecial sale on ready-mad- e skirts. gan, Oscar Robinscn, Randolph SelMrs. S. It. Baker. Dr. and Mrs. Chas. F. Hubbard of lers, Dwlght Willett. nttsburg, Pa., visited in Berea, SatMiss Esther Temenbaum of Cin urday and Sunday. Dr. Hubbard cinnati, Ohio, on her ay to Charles preached a most Interesting sermon ton, W. Va., to attend the weddins at the L'nion church, Sunday morning. of one of her friends, Is visiting Miss He is a brother to Dr. W. A. HubFreda Roesche thl3 week. bard of Auburn, X. V., who was here Mr. Dean Slagle, until recently only a short time ago. chief clerk in Tho Citiien office Hare you ieen Welch'a new fence who now is making a trip at 25 cents per rod? through VirTennessee and Mr. and Mrs. Thcs. Logsdon return-t- ginia, writes from Bristol that the Monday, after having visited with prospects are good for several stuMrs. Logsdon's parents, Mr and Mrs. dents next year from that place. 0. V. Treadway cf Paint Lick, and FOR SALE: A fine milk cow. Call Mr. Logsdon's parents, Mr. and Mm. at Pres. Frost's residence. D. Logsdou of Brassfleld, for the W. Mr. Arvid Slier, a former employee last ten days. Judg Lowis of Hyden spent th of The Citizen, is spending the sum mer at his new heme in Charleston, latter of last week with his W. Va. family who live on Chestnut St. a .Airs. Fay Hanson went with Better refrigerators, Ice cream freezers and water coolers at Chris-man'- large crowd from Richmond last wottk on a trip to Mammoth Cave. Miss Florence Spink, a sister cf Mr. M. L. Spink, is making an extended visit at bis home here. Mr. J. K. Baker and family and Mr. John Gabbard, left, Monday, on a fishing trip to Valley View. and Xew Perfection Oil cookers the "Boss oven with the window." d, We have heard a number of complaints recently from subscribers anl some others In Berea that we have failed to mako mention of the coming and going of their friends. And, no doubt, this 13 true, for, try as test we can to watch the trains and to know what is going on In every home In the community, tnere is much that escapes us. But, really, we would shift the blame. Our and other friends should cooperate with us and should drop in the the postoffice a note giving names of their visitors, the length of time they are expected to stay or have stayed, where they lite, etc There are a few people in Berea who do this and It is always appreciated. Will others not do likewise, or, at least. If they cannot find the time to do so, be charitable in their thoughts ot us. We want the local news and do all wo can to get It. is what we plead for. es office. Miss Lillian Bowman, of Baker vllle, X. C, who was tn school hero the past year, after spending a week with relatives, Mr. J. C. Bowma" and family, left last Thursday for Dallas, Texas, where she will spend the summer with her brother Dr. Homer Bowman. Prof. John F. Smith, who was call ed home for a few days on account of tho sickness of his father returnagain, ed, Saturday night, and left Monday, for Maryvllle, Tenn., where he will spend seteral days. Tho only real up to date line of buggies in Madison County, now at Welch's. Dr. W. X. Craig spent last Tuesday with his family at Stanford. Mr. B. M. Williams is attending the summer school of the K. K. S. X. at Richmond. Mrs. Williams left, Tuesday, for Cariersvllle to spend several weeks with relatives. Prof. Wren Grlnstead, a teacher in the E. K. S. X. visited Prof. C. D. Lewis, .Monday. Do you need a skirt? You can get one at a great bargain, on June 26th, at Mrs. S. R. Baker's. The Messrs. C. C. Anderson, Letch er Gabbard and Jesse Balrd, students of the college department are now studying agriculture in the Summer School of the South at Knoxvllle, Tenn. Mrs. F. E. Matheny and little son left, on the early morning train, Monday, for Beech City, Ohio, where they will spend the summer with Mrs. Matheny's parents, Mr. and Mrs. McClellan Harrold. House cleaning Is now la full blast and don't forget the new furnishings Mrs. DcGroot has been spending tcvcral days at Mr. Dan Click's place at Kcrby Knob, spent Mr. and Mrs. John Denn with from Saturday until Monday iriends nl Wagersvllle, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. J. Uurdotte havo been (pending severcl days at their bungalow on tho mountain. are Rev. and 'Mrs. G. B. Reed on occupying tho Burdette house Chestnut St. Ono four room house for sale or rent In west end ot Berea. See V. L. Nash. Vernon Wheeldon, a former student of Borea, who Is at present engineer la the Couatoms House Power Plant, Xew York, and student In Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, Is ependlnj ten days with his mother, Mrs. Why-lan- d of the Hart neighborhood. Prof. J. W. Dlnsmore on his way to Oskosh, Wis., where he will spend the summer, stopped off at Chicago to attend the national convention. Miss Hilda Welch returned from the Gibson infirmary, Sunday, much improved. Nino buggies sold at Welch's on "Buggy Day" shows what the people think of good buggies. Mrs. J.JI. Jackson, Mrs. Bert Mrs. Ed Bingham and little daughter, Ruth, motored to Richmond, Saturday afternoon. They retort a fine time. Mrs. Jackson who has been In bad health so long is improving. Mr. H. E. Taylor left, Monday, for Valparaiso, Ind., on business In the Interest of the college. Mr. W. F. Kldd has sold his Livery to Parks Bros, and henceforth "will be engaged only In the automobile business. Miss Editha Lou Speer left, TuesCity, day morning, for New York wheie she will spend the summer. n, BI6 EVENTS Richmond Chautauqua, duns 27th to duly 4th. son to tho Nation ICE CREAM, SHERBETS and ICES Phone your order Thursday afternoon, 27th A LesJudge A. Z. Blair. The Modern Friday afternoon Frame Mormon Kingdom Senator Canon. u SOLD IN BULK AND SERVED AT MY DRUG STORK J. Saturday afternoon The Man against tho Mass. Frank Dixon. Sunday afternoon A Messago from E. W. Hoch. Kansas Monday afternoon Kyrl and his Band. G. E. PORTER, Ph. C. Phone 10 Berea, Ky Tuesday afternoon Traitors to Justice Judgo Marcus Cavanaugh. Wednesday Anita afternoon Ladles' Orchestra. Thursday afternoon, the 4th Patriotic Program. RECREATION, FELLOWSHIP, ENTERTAINMENT. Let everybody bj there. CARD OF THANKS wish to tender my most sincere thanks to my neighbors and friends for the care and helpfulness fJiown my wife during her illness. No people were ever more willing the and ready to administer to wants of the sick than wero they. I 1 also wish to thank the physicians I (and nurso for their heroic efforts j to save her life, realizing, as I do, .that everything was done that could ' be done, but death was Inevitable, 'and I feel that she is now with the blessed. I pray for all those who helped to lighten my burdens, the choicest blessings, and, encouraged by their to helpfulness, I shall endeator raise my little ones to bo noble men and women. (Signed) William Isaacs. at Welch's. The Misses Delphlne Dunker, Margaret Shumaker and Myrtle Starns, who were sent as delegates by tho Berea Y. W. C. A. to the conference held at Black Mountain, X. C, re. were turned last Saturday. Tnere more than 200 girls at the confer ence this year and it is reported to REFRIGERATORS Are now on display at Welch's Furniture and Rug Department. All sizes and prices. WELCH'S Judge Coyle made a business trip to Richmond last Friday. FOR SALE: 25 4 foot wire fencing I manicured that inurutnK. Irocn nb was led to the barn uear by I knew thm ate his .a.. fii1rifiri boy wss waiting to throw her opera cloak over her and lend tier to ner stall. "How ninny heifers have you here)" Are Kentucklans WHIlog to Be I asked the stable boy when he had finished bedding her down. Tall Eanders?" "I have my hands full this time," he exclaimed. "I hare seven to take earn of. That's about the limit when you doing Cllir niTTI C ARU nUtl (1DCM litn UHlLUnLni re left thethe State Fair, all rlgbL" the IRC uAIILL I barn and went but Into roadway to think. I recalled vividly ' a school visited only the day before where a young man In Jefferson For Ssvsn On Man to Car striving to handle thirty Htifers and Ont Tsiehtr For Th!r county wns girl In all eight grade loys and Sixty and Evtn a Hundred tlx tyilx, and another school where a tired womPupils. I hnve seen an worried with sixty-live- . I had known for a long time that 100 In one room. with The roadway was crowded Kentucky's standing In matters educa- Ih.j-girls, brow,, donal was very low. 1 had known that splendid, henlthyof n mi nnd turner aim. They he was tn the grip of Illiteracy, with with the k!se nnd chattering, full tn laughing all Us attendant evils, but I had hard- were ly expected to find such a large number of her nirnl population wllllug simply "to let things go." One day while chatting ith a member of a county board of education In a rich county he happened to say: "1 tell you, I've been Interested In education, mightily Interested, for a long time. I've been on thl board for mighty nigh ten year." "I am delighted to bear you aay that you are Interested." I haMeued to reply, "for you know Kentucky stand thirty-nintIn the U.t of the states when It comes to education. That's not very far from the end of the list. We need men like you to help us keep1 thihtt-siboth and oihui rem oni things moving." Tuonan, The old gentleman stroked his grlx--i sled beard thoughtfully, and 1 felt car- - overflowing with the zest of living,I tain that I had made a vivid impres-- j Watching them as they ton. A smile, a very small smile. thought: bnt Is he matter with WTlnkled the corners of his eyes as be, "Goodness! when the our olJ eommonwealth said quietly "I reckon" you forgot one thing In stockmen all know that It takra one got to , man to this whole business-somebo- dy's ,r ,,rt lhejr not k""? " be tail eanders ain't theyr that one teacher cannot poiwlbly 1 u.j . -- 1: 1 ..,,.1 K.n,u.k. handle from thirty to seventy younjt attituda toward tducatlon. animals and hare them In condition to take prises In the show ring of life?" Cattl and Children. of Kentucky that the I was tired and discouraged after I felt not getting children square deal a fair, days of school Inspection In Jeffernon ware county, so I had decided to take a day off and visit the State Fair and see the HOUSE PARTY sights. I asked the man ribbon "Blue wearing a broad smile ns he cams enMr. Floyd HIeatt delightfully down the main roadway. bis tertained for a fow days at exclaimed, ne caught UYou betr be bmutlful country home the miles sight of my enmera and continued. "Don't you want to take a snapshot fiom Winchester on tho Booncshoro Pike, a number of his collego friends of my helferT As he turned the splendid young consisting of tho Misses Freda Hoes-chanimal into position for a photograph Mary Slier, Hannah lnrer, VirI bad a chance to look her over care- ginia Llslu and Lucy Smith, thn fully. I was certain she was of royal Fleming Griffith, Glen Porblood, for her horns looked like pol- Messrs. ished ebony, and her toe nails hnd been ter, Cramptcn Ixtt aud Arvid Slier. On the i'enlng of tlitlr nrrlval they were most pleasantly eutertnlned at K. fell the home of 'Mrs. Lisle. The evenlit ing was Hent very happily In meeting the young ixoplu nnd In games, nnd later dainty refreshments wero AS BAD AS THAT? tr I I Jtrff s -- h x ped. '"'''' '"" r e, JV".i SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC LfeMUskXLjiBLBLVlBH at I irt s. THE RACKET STORE MRS. EARLY AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS ONLY fof Richmond where bhe will biend some fow days with Mr. Dan Kldd and Cornelison will In th" H. Breck. future give the automobile business Mr. J. W. Horn and family after their exclusive attention. The old wsltlng with Dr. and Mrs. Preston stand, Telephone No. 22. Cornelius for aoveral days left, Wednesday, for Akron, Ohio, where SUMMER OFFICE HOURS they will visit relatives for several days. From there thoy will go to President's office ikept by his thulr homo in Petaluna, Cal. wcretary), 10 to 11 dally. Secretary's office, 10 to 12 dally. CARD OF THANKS Treasurer's office, 10 to 12 dally. Registrar's office 10 to 12 dally In behalf of myself as well as of .1 to 4, oxoopt Woduesday and Saturtho officers aud trustees of the day. 1 wish to thank the citizens Dean of Labor, 11 to 12 dally. of Berea for their very prompt and Library, 2 to 5 Sunday, Tuesday, generous response to the call for Thursday and Friday. C: 30 to k:i) at Chrlsman's. Kensubscriptions for our hoped-fo- r Miss Louise Frey left last Satur- tucky Hall. It Is gratifying to know 1'. m., Monday, Wednesday and Satday for her home at Liberty, whore that our neighbors understand so urday. he will sjx-nthe summer with fully the real needs of tho instiStore, 10 to 11 Monpa rents. tution and appreciate so heartily the day, Wednesday and Friday. Mr. Aden Ogg who has been at Lin- important work it Is dolug for tho coln Memorial University during ths people of this region. We shall do CARD OF THANKS jear is at home for the summer. our best to hasten subscriptions in (sited last we Mrs. Cook was I wish to extend to my frlenJi Madison County and other parts cf by her brother, Mr. Graves, and his the state so that this much needed and neighbors my heartfelt thanks wife of Livingston. building may be begun as scon us for their kindness, shown through Welch's fertilizer has Just what tiossible. the Illness and death of my dar your soil needs, and saves you money wife. Faithfully yours, at 120 per ton. W. T. Kins. Wni. Goodell Frost. day, ool-log- e, -- cents per rod at Welch's. Preston Cornelius Dr. and Mrs. gave a delightful birthday dinner last Saturday evening In honor of Mrs. Marjoriu niece, Cornelius' little Horn, of Petaluna, Cal. Those who enjoyed the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horn, Herbert and MarJo- rie Horn, Grace Cornelius aud Dr. and Mrs. Cornelius. Mr. Thos. Terry of Jetts Cree., Ky., Is visiting in town this week. MiS3 Neada Hanna left, Wednes ' The annual picnic of tho Sunday School of the L'nion church will take All place on Saturday, the 22nd. members of the Home Detriment, are urged to be present, also, aM members of the church congregation. .Meet at the Parish House at 9:' o'clock. The picnic will take place on the college campus. This Is close, that all may bo able to bo present Bring your basket and our family. Como and havo a good time. ONI Or THE SEVEN IIKIKIItK. The remaining days were Uent U feasting, how-hac- k riding, fishing, many trips to town and n theater party. They nlso visited the old j fort grounds at Hoouesboro ami Lock No. 10 near by. Tho party separated, Monday, lor I their various summer pleasures and duties, and will long remember th-pltasant week and the kind hospitality shown by Mr. and .Mrs. W. P. lllmtt. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil llleatt ami Mr. and Mrs. Frank lingers. J WHAT TO WEAR Walk-Over This Spring? What Color? What Cloth? What Style? Shoes Buster Brown Shoes FOR for Men Boys AND Girls Let Us Help You Decide satis-factor- hr You will find it so easy and to make your decision from our Elegant New Spring Style. Every one admires the leautiful styles and marvels at the attractive prices we are offering;. Your new suit will surely come from here if you ee the elegant girmcnts 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 '"Be Quality Store" GOTT KENTUCKY PRESIDENTS OFFICE June 20, 1912. "THE LORD LOVETH A CHEERFUL THE CITIZEN GIVER" 'Muncy John Wuncy, Simon Nash, I'. L. Nccloy, Knima Obr. C. I. Fork Bros. IMtU, Page Five RUNAWAY SERIOUS Mas Chickens By Myron WtUiamt J. I'ltU, J. L. l'ortcr, Win, II. I'owcll, W. It. Frcston, Frank I'ulllns, I). C. Itamsey, A. I'. Ilamscy, M. U. Heed, O. 11., Jr. Reynolds, O, W. Itlchardson, II. K. HIchardson, J, II. Whllo out driving yesterday afternoon on U10 Dig Hilt plko the Misses Freda Rocsche, Viola Click nnd Esther Tenncnbaum wero thrown from a buggy, their horso having taken fright at tha breaking ot a fhnft. Tho accident occurred about one and a half mlloo from town, tho horae running Into town, having broken looso from the buggy. Miss Rocscho was not hurt, but the Misses Click and Tenncnbaum bad to bo carried Into town. They woro Bargains! Bargains! Clothing for Men Clothing for Boys Shoes The Best Quality MEAL and FLOUR The Best at the Lowest Prices in" taken to tha hospital and their juries Immediately attended to. NEW EDITOR in- Hitter, T. V. Roberts, U. U. Revised (.lit of Berea Subscribers to Kentucky Hill. Adams, Miss Mary M. Adams, .W'allaco Adnms, W. H. Ambrose, IJ. 1. Ambrose, J. L. Itoblnson, Dcrtha Robinson, Chaa. Robinson, C. II. Robinson, E. L. Robinson, Thos. A. Ruthorford, J. S. Rutherford, Roy Rutherford, Rufus Scrlvncr, J, Q. Seale. S. R. Shearer, A. L. Short, A. II. Shupe, Josep'hino Smith, Emma Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Prultto Spink, M, L. Stephens, J. W. Swlnford, L. F. Thackcr, G. W. Thompson, Goo. T. Todd, J. E. Todd. R. W. Todd. W. A. VnnWInklo, A. E. VanWlnklo, Ilurrett Wagers, Jas. S. Walden, W. II. Watts, 'Mrs. A. Welch, D. N. Winkler, W. C. Wooten, II. C. Worford. E. C. Wyatt, U. S., Mr. and Mrs. Wynn, E. C. Additional Names. Rlanton, W. J. Dooley, W. I. French, Caleb. hn ml Ma faada Ihec fhtrkuna In tliaa Early light of Morn, thy enlll up n Corn-b- r two ut of pa's i;pnilm wlitn It rum T srlllriK Kew. m earrlas tham 2 town llaker, Charlotto Dakcr, J. K. Haker, J. 11. I!aker, S. It. p'k llaker, "Mrs. 8. It. and rliric- - I'a with tvry Ont nf trada aha (lit frum Ilrownt anA whan tha Nahora rum 3 call, at (oiks frum out of Town, ma attta hrr rhlrhrn hook S art m Muar rUivia iliiwn, nil than alia trlla tham wtint Rhc'a Midi Ma!" and tliay any "Mt-rcMn nlltn fall 1 flurr what Corn la cuatln'l tlira lw (! thtr I'rachur II and Ma aha rnoka n chirk. aata tliaa Hlaaaln. and pa aft far him 2 Nairn hla pick1 ho fax: "lhaa farrat la allua nooil." I lit tha NKCK far tnlna nd than ml ma aha TKM.H HIM, I. and ha ai; "Ain't that nne!" t cunia 2 ilinr with ua Hales, John Ilarber, Hal IJenge, W'lllnrd Host, i)r. W'm. . lllcknell. V. II. Hoglc, Waller Howling, M. I). Drowning, Jacob F. Iliirdetto, C. H. Uurnctt, .Mrs. Addlo Chanleen, John Chastecn, N. H. Chrlsman, It. II. Clark, T. A. Clark, S. I'. Wo are In receipt this week si tho first copy In a long while of th5 Harlan Enterprise, nnd nolo tho now editor's Introduction. Mr Clark Is by no means a stranger to Uerea and Tho Citizen, having been a Uerea student and having worked a number of years In the Printing Department and on The Citizen. And wo predict from him success with tho Enterprise. Harlan needs a good paper, and wo believe Mr. Clark will be able to fulfill that need. Tho county Is In the throes of development Just now and moro than ever beforo need3 the benefits of sane advice, editorially and otherwise, and there Is 1.0 better avenuo of approach to tho hearts of the peoplo than through tho press. Tho Enterprise Is no doubt nwnro of tho splendid opportunity that Is beforo It. 1 Town Bacon and Lard All Good Things to Eat Special Prices in Quantities R. J. ENGLE & SON, Phone 60 Bre, Kentucky Dome1buin ......... . 1 111 11 1 T Helps Tl RULE FOR Operation f A FLY CATECHISM Tho following questions and answers woro prepared by the Indiana state board of health and havo been widely copied. The school board of Ashevllle, N. C, caused them to bo pasted in the spelling books used in the graded schools of the city: Where la the Qy born? In manure and nith. Whero does the fly live? In avery kind of filth. Is anything too filthy for the fly to eat? No. Whero does he go when he leaves tho surface closet and the manure pile and Into the kitchen and the spittoon? dining room. What does ho do there? He walks on tho bread, fruit and vegetables. He wipes bis feet on the butter and bathes In the milk. Does tbo fly visit the patient sick with typhoid fever, consumption and cholera Infantum? He does, and he may call on you next. He la man'a Is the fly dangerous? worst pat and more dangaroua than wild beasti or rattltinakaa. Wbut disease does the fly carry? He carries typhoid fover, consumption and On his How? summer complaint wings and hairy feet What la hla corraet name? Typhoid fly. Did he ever kill any one? He killed more American aoldiara during tha n war than did tha bullata of the Spaniards. Where aro tho greatest number of coses of typhoid fever, consumption Where there and summer complaint? are the most flies. Whero are tho most flies? Where there Is the most filth. Why should we kill the fly? Because he may kill us. When shall wo kill the fly? Kill him beforo ho gets wings. Kill blm when ho Is n maggot In the manure pile. Kill him while he la in the egg state. IIow? Keep the stables dry and clean and don't allow any manure to stay on tho premises longer than one week, navo all other filth and trash accumulating on your premises rcmov. ed or burned nt least onco a week. If your neighbor falls to comply with theso rules nnd allows flies to breed on his premises o visit you. screen your doors nnd windows nnd keep them out Spanish-America- PRUNING SHRUBS arrlnir father ao forlorn, that I'a wood makr mora doueh than hat ma tha Cornl . chan I'a ha rhalr, tut dot a not aay a Word' tat ml nrrk and for it tlma It arama I hava nnt hrard. And than I tall the- - I'rechur, In hla rtla Clarkston, J. 1). They Flower, Except The lta had 6ubtltut. no chtldran and no homa, No wlfa to loe had ha And thla ta why ha hnardad coin With markad propanally. A took tha plara of wlfa and child. paaalon wild and a iron it. At night tha mlaar ronnad hla cold And haapad hla traaaurr lone. It Coddlngton, . 1). Combs, S. IJ. Combs, T. Cook, M. A. Cook, TI103. Coyle, Judge T. Coyle, K. F. Coyle, J. C. Coyle, J. M Jr. Coyle, N. J. Coyle. It. It. Creech, Samuel Dal ton, J. K. Dean, John F. Should Be Performed After In Case of Hydrangeas. J. Hill, It. II. Howard, Geo. McGuffcy, Wm. Miller. Fred Tatum, W. J. Walker, Raymond Wallcer, Roso. FOR THE Y0UN6 PEOPLE IMiroot, Sirs. DUney, E. F. I)oo, H. . Duncan, Mrs. W. H. hirly,-.Mrs- Hla baart iraw cold and atarn hla mlaa, Ha loat hla frlanja baalda. And ona chill day, amid Ma fold. Tha graaplnc fallow dladl Hla ralatlvaa In dlatant alataa Cam on to aquaoia a taar, liut not a living aoul waa aad And aoma wara (lad. I faar. . J, M. Kasly, J. Kly. H. C. Tha gold ha aolJ hla haart to gain la aquandrad now and apent. On hair la bualad flat, limy aay. And t'othar badly bantl Ona atagrd a play and aunk hla ahara Tha othar playad tha board afflnlllaa and Twlit drink, hla clinking hoard. Thay apant And thua wa laarn hla monay brought Hut blttrrnaaa and pain. Tha moral la, a wlfa and homa Ara battar far than galnl t. Erwln, Chester Farmer, W. K. D. -l- irroo Wtluama. WANTED TIM" HOME FOR CHILDREN Kentucky Children's Houij Society has a great many llttlo people- needing hoiiit'H, They liuve qulto 11 hs number of attractive Untiles, veil as older children or both sexes up to 13 and 11 yenrH of ago. Tho children aro expected to bo treated as members of tho family, tent to School, Sunduy School, etc. We only place our children with Ohrlxtlun families. If any of the readers of this paper enn give a child such a honw would llko to tuku a child to raise, If they will write to tho Kentucky Children's Homo Society, No. 10SC llaxter Ave., Ioulsvllle, Ky., they will tako the matter up with Fay, Anna II. Felton, Geo. II. French, (J. W. Oabbard, A. 1. Uabbard, II. II. Oabbard, K. U. Oabbard M. 11. Calloway, W. O. Cay, "Mayor, J. L. Olllen, Mrs. It. I'. (Jolden, A. L. Golden, II. Gott, 1). M. Gulnn, J. F. Hall, Geo. Hanson, Mrs. F. L. Hausou, S. O. Hanson, Sallo 1'earl Hardin, Uettlo Harrlsou, H. F. I. Harrison, J. G. Harrison, W. L. Hatfield, Win. Hayes, W. O. Hays, Frank. Hazeluood, II. Henderson, O. U. ad llolllday, Judge. A. Jackson, Mrs. J. H, Jnckson, W. T. Jones, Henry Jones, Mrs. Laura Kelly. WrlKht. Keltch, Henry F. Kennedy. Ashford Klmberlaln, Levi King. Serllda Klnnard, T. J. I.ak., W. H. Lewis, llettlo I'. Isaacs, Prof. Robertson was In Lexlngto.i on Thursday tho 13th, attending tho summer meeting of the Executive Hoard of the Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor for Kentucky. Tho meeting was exceptionally well attended and tho greater part of the day was spent In careful consideration of the work and of plans for the year. Among the Important matters provided for was a traveling secretary to be In the field most of the year. Tho watchword for the present Is greater efficiency In organization and tho work of the secretary Is to be mainly along this line. There Is need of better organization In each local society and In tho grouping ol Societies Into districts. A stand was also taken for greater attention la the purposes of tho society to tho xarlous lines of social service. It may not bo known to many that tho Kentucky Endeavor leads all tho states in Us work for tho young men and women In tho prisons. Tho recent Introduction of Sunday baseball ' and moving picture entertaluments on Sunday has Interfered somewhat with tho work of tho society and this was a prominent subject of discussion. All flowering shrubs but hydrangeas should be pruned after they flower. Most people who spoil the flowering shrubs do so because they prune them at the wrong time ot the year. The expert gardener who really knows what he wants, and how to attain It, can prune at any time of the year, but for the Inexperienced amateur It Is wise to follow this safe rule prune after flowering. This Is stating the Idea In the shortest terms, and In practice Is the same as the rule commonly given, viz., to prune spring flowering shrubs In the early summer, and the late flowering kinds, like the hydrangea, in the winter. Pruning Is done for three definite objects: First, to keep the bushes In proper shape; secondly, to keep them within bounds; thirdly, to Insure an abundance of bloom next year. These three objects can be attained at the same time, but generally the third feature Is sacrificed to the other two. The broad principle to observe is to remove all branches which have flowered. This causes other buds to push out and the new wood Is made for the next crop of flowers. All dead wood branches will ot or overcrowded course he removed In the ordinary course of events. All the common or popular spring hlnnmtnar shraba flower from buds (made on the shoots ot the previous year; they have the buds all ready to develop as soon as there Is sufficient warmth. By pruning as soon as flowering Is done room Is made for a full growth of the new shoot which will flower next season. These shoots are strengthened by this exposure to plenty of light and air, and are In every way better. Moreover, the amateur can see Just what he Is dotng. The expert horticulturist, who can tell the old wood from the new, will prune In winter or early spring, and be quite successful, and he' will get a more profuse blooming. Garden and Parm Almanac, that' ttiey are eager for Instruction? Dusseldorf has conceived a plan, under which a special school fori the higher municipal officials hasl been established. This Institution of learning, standing absolutely under the control of the municipality,! opened on October 30. Its coursesl ire Intended to cover two semesters ot three months' lecture periods each.i at the end of which the students will! have to undergo a graduating examln-- i itlou. The course ot study will cover! all phases of municipal law; the mod- em problems In the lite of the city, iuch as labor and social questions;! the relief of the poor, public santta-- i tlon, the organization ot city gov-- l rnment and city charters. Christian! 9clence Monitor. Cultivating the Back Yard. Of course even the cultivation ot as. mall a plot as a back yard necessl-- i tates the expenditure of a certain amount of time and labor and a certain amount of thought. There are1 back yards whose soil Is not suited; to every kind of crop. Sometimes ltl consists of red clay. Sometimes It! contains rubbish tin cans and fcroken glass and ashes and plaster andl chunks of brick. But there are few1 back yards utterly hopeless, and tha greater the difficulty In converting) them from ugliness to beauty, tha, greater the credit and the satisfaction. If one cannot or does not want to grow a crop ef vegetables in his back yard, at least he may sow sod and a few flowers. If they are only sunflowers they will be better than nothing. Aid Spokane Poor With Gardens. To enable the poor to aid them--i selves in securing a food supply the' Spokane (Wash.) city council has made arrangements for the free plowing of back yards and vacant lots for. those who wish to raise vegetables' and grain. Several hundred vacant lots will be donated by real estate) dealers for the gardens. THIS TRAINS ITS CITY OFFICIALS Muni-palltle- MISS MABEL BOARDMAN them. aro peoplo so aware of their sensitiveness to th color of furntturn and ho blind to tho ef and fect of tho color of artlflcal Unlit on tho feelings? Heally, a mellow light nnd nu agreeable lampshade go far tow aril niakliiK the evening restful and cheerful and coy. Crude Illumination 1h Irritating. AVhy wall-pape- r, at It was also the sense of the meeting that tho temperance movement is prosent time tho one Dusseldorf, One of Germany's Establishes a New Kind of School. s, that makes HOWARD MUNCY Ia)Is, S. C. Mr. Simon Muey, a well known young man ot Uores.ntid '.MUj Lorena Howard, a student of tho College department labt year, were quietly married nt tho homo of l'rof. May by Secrotaiy Mortou last Friday afternoon nt 3 o'clock. They hae moved In tho property known as tho l'runK Ilhuer plnco on Forest St. Wo coiw u r.ratulutu them and wish them most prosperous and useful life. Lewis, U. II. Lluvllle, J. T. Lowen, Sudle Mnupln, F. 0. Miller. A. J. Mlnter, A. T. Moore, Alex for good citizenship and that seclal attention should bo given to that. The committee on Good Citlyeushlu was madu to Include temperance. A now movement of great rlgulfl-cancwas the provision for Bending visiting delegates the Conventions cf tho EpwortU league nnd tho Hap-tlYoung Peoples' Union with the purpose of creating a more friendly cooperation among all of tho youm; st liooplos' societies nnd lessening tin r llooro, Etta Moore, It. M. Muncy, Henry Muncy llezeklah 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 t: i! U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. Coyle Building, Main SL. tt H Phone 5 r. denominational lines. Tho Initiative lu this was taken by a member nf the Hoard who Is himself a memb.-ot the Epworth League. The president or the Stato organization Is Mr. Mnrtln of Nlcholasvlll, ai energetic young business man, si ml tho secretary Is Mrs. C. F. Evans of Lexington, a young woman who gives to the work u great deal vt time and exertion purely ns a service to young pooplo of the state. The next convention of tho Society will be held nt Mt. Sterling In 'Muy of 1913. As this Is lu Eastern Kentucky tho readers of Tho Citizen should bo csieclally Interested In It ud look forward to attending ami extending tho work of this society 11 la that city and country. According to advices from, Germany, although her cities, perhaps, have the best public officials In any nation, tbo recent development of municipal policies has proved that even in this field further instruction Is necessary. Tho rapid growth ot German communities has forced many ot their officials Into spheres ot greater responsibility than they jri: faced at the time they entered office, upon and It Is, therefore, Incumbent them especially thoso who hold ' higher and more responsible posts 'a study In order to fulfill the duties jonuected with executive positions. And la their credit u must ba said MI11 Doardman, the head of the American Red Cron, presided at the International Red Cross conference In . Dusseldorf, one ot the conspicuously well groomed cities of Germany and tor that matter of tho world has established a precedent that may be followed to great advantage In America. It has established a college tor the Instruction of municipal officials who have a real career open for them 3 Mr. Merchant- - You say you've got it alL You're selling them all they'll buy, anyhow. But at the same tlma you would like mors business. J Make this community buy more. CJ Advertise strongly, consistently, judiciously. J Suppose you can buy a lot of washtubs cheap; advertise a big waahtub sale in thla pa- this community. ad. is directed at tho who has all the business in bis line in ture of a' washtub where people can see it thg minute they look at your ad. Tali strong on washtubs. And you'll find every woman in thla vicinity who has been getting along with a rickety washtub for years and years will buy a new one from you. I That's creative business power. OURo AD. RATES per. Put in nn inviting pic- fmfjvvi'r V ARB RIOKT CALL ON US lUprtbt,UW,bj W.W.CJ Washington. FARM SCH FOR BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE Gasoline and SALE , acres ot laud for sale lu Gar- mrd Couuty, uear Wallaceton, Ky., vlll sell for"J55 per aero and glvo possession Jan. 1, 1913. This Is a great bargain. D. N. Welch, Berea, A COMPLETE LINE Hardware, Paint, Mowing Machine!, Farming Implement!, Oil Stoves, and Groceries I priccsRight more widely among tho young ple of Eastern Kentucky. peo- ' I j d. CLARKSTON GveU aCa" STRitT, near Bank MAIN Ky. i Page Six. THE CITIZEN. ' June 30, 191a. Oent Tnft nnd tho broadmlndedness of this so called trust, tho intent tight was relinquished nnd tho may bo used In nny match factory In tho countryv. Tho whlto phosphorus thnt did ruch harm, gnvo off poisonous gases, that entering tho mouth of tho lnb- orcr working with It, caused tho bones ol tho Jaw to ho destroyed nnd left person deformed for life, unable to tnko solid food and often cnuslns were death Itself. Mnny attempts mado to improve- conditions In match factories but nono entirely removed tho danger. The grrnter cheapness of tho poisonous substance provontej Its removal, bocauco of competition, until It was prohibited to all. For somo years tho whlto phos- horns has been prohibited In the matchmaking countries of Euroio nud in April of 1912 n bill passed our Congress practically doing awny w ith its uso in tho United States by plac Ing a prohlbltlvo Internal revenuo on tho manufacture of whlto phosphonii Tho bill does not go Into matches. effect until July of 1913, In order that tho manufacturers njay adjust themselves to tho change Should It that Bo necessary to uso a match scratches a llttlo harder and cost3 u family perhaps flvo cents moro a j ear wo niUBt all agreo that It Is spaco required for tho contemplated school work ran rightly tnko tho Is place of tho other matter that crowding for admission. In order to nro Justify Its existence, then, asking ns many teachers a nro innnd terested In enhnnglng ldon3, receiving Inspiration and advlco from A FRECKLES lPirte COPYR1CKT. 1904. BY DOUBIXDAY, PACE h CO. I; if 4 Ir, a. if i' Ci 11 p a It it m. 11 t' u ir w tl ni tl hi f. ill le dc of dc lb Et M D i I ad da si it uf pr i at if( i5 "on in at til ail a; .Ml W lot ft fni mi ' company wheu we secured tho lease. Ho has sworn to bavo tlicso trees If after him. The boy drew a quivering bo has to dlo or to kill others to get w.vu.u. AUtu n Ul'U via UiB UIU them." bat and beat the dust from It care"Hut if he came to steal trees fully. With his left hnnd ho caught wouldn't ho bring teams and men the right sleeve, wiped hla sweaty enough, that all any man could do face, and tried to straighten hla hair would be to watch and be after you 7" with bis fingers. lie broko a spray of queried tbo boy. Ironwort beside him and used the pur "Yes," replied McLean ple blossoms to beat the dust from "Then why couldn't I be watching his shoulders and limbs. Just as closely and coming as fast McLean was a Scotchman. The men an older, stronger man?' of his camps had never known him to "Why, by George, you couldl" ex bo In a hurry or to lose bis temper. claimed McLean. "I don't know that Discipline was Inflexible, but tbo boss the size of a man would be half so always was kind. Ho shared camp Important as bis grit and faithfulness. life with his gangs. The only visible What is your name?" signs of his great wealth consisted of Freckles grew a shade whiter, but a big, shimmering diamond stone of bis cyes never faltered. Ice and Are that elltterM nncl hnrnnl "Freckles," be said. PROLOGUE. on one of his fingers and the dainty. "Good enough for every day." laugh. TMfm mmnnnt, nf Fr.rU nmA beautiful, thoroughbred maro he rode. ed McLean, "but I can scarcely put .I N mn of McLean's gangs could Freckles on tbo company's books.' the Angel of the Limberlost noneslly My be ba(1 eTef "I haven't any name." replied; the one he most novel, entertain-- f overdriven or underpaid. They all ing, wholesome and fascinating , knew that op in the great timber city boy, "I don't understand," said McLean. eral millions stood to his credit stories that have oome from the "I was thinking from the volco and h om " pen of an American author in Lean who bad sent out ? the finest ships the face of you that you wouldn't," many years. The characters in eTcr buUt n 8cotland. That his son said Freckles slowly "Does It seem to you that any one this sylvan tale are-- : should carry on this business after his "won't tod I'Lkask na oivino urn a Freckles, a pluckv waif who death bad been the father's ambition. would take a newborn baby and row NAUK?" through Edinburgh over It until It was bruised black, cut any other I have ever known, no He B.ent 0,0 guards the LimberloSt timber, off Its hand and leave It out In a bit university and Oxford and allowed went leases and dreams of angels. ter night on the steps of a charity you out five years ago. if 1 giro to htm several years' travel. my uearest tho Tho Swamp Angel, in whom Then bo was ordered througft south- home to the care of strangers? That's tho man name oflest will that kin and loved do?" sweetest dream ma ern Canada and Michigan to purchase what somebody did to me. Freckles' Freckles' rldd "The homo pcoplo took me In, and I bend dropped, nttltudo relaxed. His a consignment of tall, straight timber terializes. and tears splashed ,nto lndIan? tor. was there the full legal age and several down on the willed cnllro shirt. McLean, a member of a lumber years over. They could always find "All right." mild Mcl.c.ni. "I will company, who befriends FYeckles. i tiicse mighty forests, parts-- of which homes for the rest of tho children, It on Hie roll Jumes itosa Mc- still lay untouched since tho dawn of but nobody would ever be wanting mo write Mrs. Duncan, who gives mothLean." on account of me arm." he morning of time. The Intense si- er love and a home to Freckles. Thank you mightily," said Frec "Were Duncan, head teamster of Mc- - Icncc Ilko thnt r a Kreat enJDty cath-- r Lean. they kind to you?" nsked Mc kles. "That makes mo feel almost as , dral, fascinated him. lie gradually If I belonged already." g' "I don't know," answered Freckles. ,caracd 2 t to the shy wood crea-Th- e T?tAili I aa has arirl a r tt rpnrA slni. Bird Woman, who is col- - tures that darted across his path or The reply sounded so hopeless even to . THE CITIZEN AND THE SCHOOL 'It11 l"B lor lecting camera studies of birds peeped inquiringly from leafy ambush his own ears that he hastened to qua! drinking liquor, than any (Continued next week.) lfy It by adding: "You see. It's like I bo was brother. lie found himself a book. all tho other temptations likely this, Kindnesses are with a yot, may yield to almost Four months ago thoro were moro atM Lord and Lady O'Morc, who cnce thoso majestic feeling of rever- - paid sir. lay off In Jobthat pcoplo that MATC- H- A WHITE HEADED to lots nnd trees that hnd than thrco hundred young eople In Pny olhc.- - temptation nnd roform- -come from Ireland in quest a lood througn ngcs of gun w,n(1 Md belong equally to several hundred oth LITTLE CRIMINAL IJerea who were working tcgeth'v ,nay brnco up. and If not recover lost Zosf relative. snow. Soon It becamo a dlfflcult ers ain't going to be soaking Into any with tho Idea of fitting themselves ground, nt lenst remain In tho race. The Man of Affairs, brusque ' thing to fell them. When he had fill- - ono fellow much.' Tho poet tells us thero nro ser to tench school. Today they nro scat- - ntllI nn,i maintain a "Go on," said McLean e" bis order and returned homo be of manner, ' but bif of heart. 0 ' wns nmnzpd to flml thnt In thnntrnmna "There's nothing worth the taking of mons In stones. Why not sermons 111 tered over this and other Mates, far nt,0 Il08ltlon. Hut from tho Insano Wessner, a timber thief who nnd f Uilrst for liquor, esrnpo Is almost ini- forests he hnd lost his heart, and your timo to tell," replied Freckles. matches? What a wonderful llttlo from each other, out of reach wants rascality made easy. The home was In Chicago, and I wns thing tho match really Is. How ex- - teachers and Library, soon to begin poibie. It was calling, forever calling him. known but few ex- Black Jack, a villain to whom 'When be Inherited his father's prop there nil me life up to three months cellcntly It nerforma Its service for tha most serious task of which a c'iiUoiia to have rule. this thought of repentance comes too erty ho promptly disposed of It and, ago. When I was too old for tho train- - Inani 1Iow far b..y0Ild thu steel and oung person can bend his or her ... . with his mother, founded a homo In a Ing they gave to the little children they , late. forefathers, ltoxes of energy, tho training of children for of splendid residence In the outskirts of finnt mi nut in hn nnn rof w-- i nl nnhrutl THE QUIET HOUR Grand Rapids. With thrco partners as long ns the law would let them, but mBtchc8 CO"10 lnt0 0Ur h"lcS lVery tho work of life. CHAPTER I. 01 course. 1Uu im- lu a When tho school Is secured, there he organized a lumber company. Ills I was never like any of tho other chll- TDK LIMUEIILOST OUXBD. lly G. W. K. work was to purchase, fell and ship dren. nnd they all knew It. I'd to go nnd ost aro of,u" lno vvry acmu f I,cr- - conies a feeding of relief on tho part HECKLES camo down the cor- tho timber to tho mills. Marshall coino like n prlsoucr and bo working (cctlon. Tlio more easily they light tho young tencher, especially, nro loyal hearts, thero aro duroy that crosses tbo lower managed the milling process and pass- about the. home early and lato for mo and tho moro noiseless tho better which often eases tho feelings of p?- - "Thero spirits brave! end of tho Limberlosj. At a ed the lumber on to the factory- - From board and clothes. I always wanted u like, them. (twnslblllty which Khould ever bo glanco ho might bavo been tbo lumber Uarthol mado beautiful to learn mighty bnd, but I was glad aro tenia that aro pure, and Man would not consciously malm present, nnd In too many fawn tho Thero mistaken for a tramp, but be was in- and useful furniture, which Uptegrovo when that wns over. true; or kill his fellow man and yet wo teacher of years of exierlence, lw- eager to belong some wbero and scattered all over tho world from 0 tensely "Then a new superintendent sent mo Thun glvo to tho world tho best jou tho to bo attached to almost any sort of big wholcsalo house. down In the state to n mau ho said ho novo been partners with tho llttlo rauso of having gone through have, enterprise that would furnish him to And tho best will como back McLean faced a young man, still un- knew that needed n boy. Ho wnsn't crunlnnl match In doing Just that. battle with Ignorance all nlono to jou. food and clothing, twentv. tall, snnre. henvllv frnnnnl. for remembering to tell that man thnt Hero Is tho point of the, matter. Most often, looks upon tho matter with der Long before ho enmo in sight of the thickly freckled nnd red haired, with I was a hand short, and ho knocked of tho matches wo uso contain a form fomcthlng nkln to Indifference. "Glvo love, nnd to yoUr heart will camp of the Grand Rapids Lumber . n homely Irish face, but In the steady me down. Itetween noon nnd that of phosphorus that Is iiolsunous and Ilecnuso of tho difficulties growing flow, company he could hear the cheery gray Cyes, stralghtly meeting his evening he nnd his son, nlwiut my age. brings Injury to mnny of tho labor out of tho loneliness of tho ono room A strength in ycur utmost need; voices of the men and tbo neighing of searching ones of blue, there were had me In pretty much tho same shape ers who mako them. Wo hnvo been teacher, tho writer haH secured from Glvo fnlth, and a scoro of hearts will horses, and could scent tho tempt- - swerving candor nnd a look of long. In which I wns found In tho beginning, tho editor of The Citizen the prlv!-legshow Ing odora of cooking food. A feeling ing not to bo Ignored. so I lay awako that night and run unconscious of thla until tho awaken of conducting a Teacher's De- Their fnlth In vour word and deed. of homeless friendlcssncss swept over "You aro looking for work?" ques nway. I'd like to have squared me nc ed senso of Juotlco has called for a him. IIo turned into tbo newly mado tioned McLean. count with that boy before I left, but change, nnd wo ohall soon bo ablo partment, dowited to tho Intends of road nnd followed It to tho camp. "Yls," answered Freckles. I didn't dare for fear of waking the to uso our matches with a clear coneducation In tho districts where com- "Give truth, nnd your gift will bo paid In kind, Iho men wcro Jovially calling back "I am very sorry," said tlio boss, old man, and I knew I couldn't handle science. munication with one's fellow worker and forth as tbey unharnessed tired "but thero is only ono man I want at the two of them, but I'm hoping to Atul honor will honor meet; Who can remember tho first match? is most difficult. Tho mutter Is Mathorses that fell into attitudes of rest present n good, big fellow with a meet him aloue some day beforo 1 It was thu old brimstone, n splinter ed In this way because what will And a tmlle that Is sweet will sureand crunched, In deep content, tho stout heart and a strong body. I hoped die.' ly find of pino dipped in sulphur and light fit tho conditions thtro will largely grain given them. As ho wiped tho that you would do, but I am afraid McLean liked the boy all tbo better ed by 11 spark from tho steel and apply to all rural schools, while dis- A smilo that la Jut ns sweet. flanks of his big bays with handfuls of you are too young and hardly strong for this confession. any harm. Then cussions carried on with tho graded "For lifo Is tho papaw leaves, Duncan, tho brawny enough." "I didn't even have to steal clothes flint. It never did mirror of king and Scotch bead teamster, softly whistled, "And what was It you thought I to set rid of Htnrtlnc In mo homo camo luo Ula,ch wll ll('al ComiKsed school,' or tho most favorably ultua- Blave, "Oh wha will bo my dearie, Ohl" nnd might bo doing?" asked Freckles. ones." Freckles went on. "for they had nf chlornto of potash, sulphur, pow- - ited ono room school In mind will o," a cricket under the leaves at his feet Tho boss could scarcely repress a already taken all me clean, neat thlmrs dercd sugar with cum to hold tho j ten leave thu problems of tho l'fcs It's Jiut what wo are and do; Then glvo to the world tho host you accompanied him. Wreathing tongues start. Somewhero back of accident for the boy nnd put me Into his rtigx, mixture together and coloring matter favored ones unsolved. hao of flame wrapped about tho black ket'" Tlio greatest need of tho rural lUhl tho best will ..i,,m.,,ml mm """"" Muru aH IIIU i.i"' tles, nnd, when tho cook lifted tho used cultivated Eugllsb, even with tin beatings, rur where I wns wo were nl- - to tint It. This match was lighted coiuo bach to you." b bringing In contact with a llttlo school, ns well as tho rural people lids gusts of savory odors escaped. accent. Tho boy spoke In a mellow Freckles approached hlra. Irish voice, sweet and pure. It win anyway. I hustled clear Into this statu Rulphurlc ncid nnd called tho In- In general, Is a closer cooperation, CAPT. W. B. CAPERTON "I wont to speak to thu boss," be scarcely deflnito enough to bo called beforo I learned that man couldn't stantaneous light box. This wns nlso That this may be made possible v brogue, yet there wns a trick in thojbavo kept 1110 If he'd wanted to. I harmless. eald. nro calling upon tho teachers to Join Tho cook glanced him over1 and an- turning or the sentence, the wron commenced hunting work, but It Is About 1S33 camo tho lurlfer match. hands thru Tho Citizen this fall, swered carelessly, "Ho can't use you." sound of n letler hero nnd there, thnt With everybody else Just ns It is with tho first ono to light by friction, tho that wo may keep stop In our schools Tho color flooded Freckles' face, but was almost lrreslstlblo to McLean. you. sir. IHg. strong, whole men nre match that "strikes anywhere." Its n wo did in our classes. Of courw be said simply, "If you will bo having Ho was of foreign birth, and, despite the only ones for being wanted." . . " ..... tho purpose of such 11 Department ,,,B 1,,," ,u tho gooducss to point him out wo will years of nlleuntlon, In times of strong "I have been studying over this mat- iiiiuraw 01 puuiMl, wmi would bo made possible of attainment give him n chance to do his own talk- feeling ho fell Into Inherited sins of ter." answered MeLetm. "I no. not so accent nnd construction ing." sure but Hint man no older than von ""' nl"' coloring matter. A llttlo cnly by tho paper reaching a largo "It's 116 child's Job," nnswered Mc- and like you In every wuy could do phosphorus began to ho ussl number of teachers overy wet-Is- . "With a fihrug of astonishment, tho cook led the way to n broad, squaro Lean. "I urn thu field mauager of a this work very well If 10 wero not n lu tho head of this match combined While it nlreaily goes to tunny, it shouldered man. "Mr. McLean, hero's lumber company. Wo have Just leased coward." lth nitre, or sulphur and chlornto must go to mnny moro before tlr 2.000 ncres of tho Ltmberlost. Many another man wanting to bo takeu on "jr you win give mo a Job where I ol iotash. This was tho beginning of of these trees nru of great vnlue. We tho gang, I suppose," he said. ' 1,10 match's criminal career. ' "'" , Tho "All right," came tho cheery answer. can't leave our camp, six miles south. m - . of t..o pi.osph.rus that la hr...- , "I never needed a good man more for almost a year yet, so wo have blazed a trail nnd strung barbed wires than I do Just now." p,lco j fce j.vu rj,lt (0 j u.'j ,j0 ful Is tho yollow or tho white. It It 1 cheaper than other innteriulB "Is'o uso of your botheriug with this securely about tho extent of this lease. What you tell mo or dlo trying." anil m ( fellow," voluutoered tho cook. "He Ueforo we return to our work I must t ,. nni,.u. n,i m. ..i,.." mrlkoa ennitv i,u i.... " 11,1.,, 1 l..,l.,..ll !., ' " 1.. tuu lu .1.,. JIUIIU.S ingly thnt McLean found himself an-- creasing demand. Most of our limine has but one hand." l'.v ,1,1-- i.iuiuviiuai of n reliable, brave, strong man who werlng: "I will enter you 011 my pny- 'Tho flush on Freckles' fnco burned or friction matches have contained deeper. Ills lips thinned to n mero will guard it overy hour of tho day rolls. We'll Imvo supper, and then 1 ..t,.,..i ' , ,.,i,k Mvu I'ltuoiiMUl un. HUM IIIUHO IllO Mid sleep with ono eyo open nt night. will provide you line. Ho lifted his shoulders, took n with clean clothing, tho matches most lu use. Tho safety I should rcqulro tho entlro length of wading boots, step forward, and thrust out his right wire mending apparatus down tha thriat ul a "uapey" 11.1,,,. i .1,,. match is harmless becauso it contain arm, from which tho slecvo dangled tho trail to bo walked at least twice! mi n rvnivm 'rim chl' Wcp ilcstroyt til's wormi every day, to mako suro that our lines; morning I will tako you over empty at the wrist. nnj avc t'io chl V life A in tho head but has Hie trull , . ...... . . . . few ilrap In the Urlnklntr water "That will do. Senrs," carao tho voice wero tin and no ono hml been ujyM'ii, ,m 1 iikk 01 jou is 111 come i'iooiioii8 loriu 01 phosphorus Of tho boss shnrply. "I will Interview P"" to mo at onco nt the south camp nnd on tha surfaoo ngalnbt which it Is CURES and why wouldn't that bo tho finest tell me Ilko a man If you llnd this Job my man when I hnvo finished this re- This Is PREVENTS GAPES oh n the world for me?" pleaded too hard for you. It Is work that few port." ,? Whlto illitrihnii fnun rtinl.t.. a. It I. leL Freckles stood ono Instant as ,obad Freckles. "I um.uevcr sick. I could men would perform faithfully What "v nail other clikk dfseaiuk. "JiSBS. ro U 11 substltut,J for wl'lto phos- aSI&bIIIIIIIIII walk tho trail twice, threo times every nnmo shall I put down?" braced himself to meet tho cyes of tha One dOc IioKlo of manager, then liU nrm dropped and n day, nnd I'd ho watching sharp nil tho Freckles eyes never left McLean's I"10""1 ""'"'i sesquisulphldo of phos-facCaptain Capsrton ha been asilgned wave of whiteness swept over blm.i while." and the boss saw tho swift spasm I'1'0'""' which Is uaed In Franco und to duty as commandant of the naval Tho boss had not even turned his headi "it's becauso you nro llttlo moro than of pain that swept his louely, sensitive 18 now available In tho United States. to see tho deformity pointed out to a boy, and this will bo a trying Job rac'' nation at Narragar.iett bay and tha This compound wns at first a patent Makes IJt (lullonn of Medicine. him. IIo had used (ho possessive, for a work hardened man," answered "I haven't nny name," ho said stub- - property of tho Diamond .Match Jvtry poultry raiser .houlj krep n botilo of ,econd nivl dlatrljt, Including the AYheu bo said "my man" tho hungry McLean. "You would be afraid. In ''av, '''nlng station, naval war eol. , ..... thl mpi "no moro than ono somebody i,r,nv i.nt n.r,..i. ti. aUookletoii"UIcaie.ofl'owl." AJJie.i. lege and toroedn heart of Freckles went reaching out stretching our lines wo killed six rat- - clirprt on 10 teu tl.y put m. I 0 olllloni ,0 station. , BOURBON REIICDT COUPANT, tiilnen, tj. I . tie ouakef almost as long as your body and as thick as jour arm. You would always bo alone, and the Ltmberlost is nllvo with sounds and voices. I don't pretend to soy what nil of them co mo from, but from n few slinking forms 1'vo seen and hair raising yells I'vo heard I'd rntlier not confront their owners myself, and 1 am neither weak nor fearful. "Worst of nil, nny man who will enter tlio swamp to mark and steal timber Is ft desperate fellow. One of my employees at tlio south camp, John Carter, compelled mo to dlsehnrgo him for n number of serious reasons. He entered the swamp alono and marked n number of valuablo trees that ho was endeavoring to sell to our rival on tlio home books, with not the thought or cure they'd named n house cut. What Ihey culled mo Is no moro my nnmo than It Is yuiirs. 1 don't know what mine I'. and never will Hut I am going to bo your man and do your work, and I'll lx glad to tin swer to nny name you chooso to ca me. Won't you please ho giving mo n name, Mr. McLean V" The boss wheeled abruptly and began stacking his liooks. In n volco harsh with husklncs ho spoke, "I will tell you what wo will do, my lad." ho sold. "My father was my ideal man, and I loved him better than 1 suit-stltu- tc teachers and other friends of tho schools and tho chll-th- o dren, to send In their subscriptions ti,Pr former ill J oft " c 1 "IT antn I I, J I 1 to Tho Citizen ns soon ns possible. Every former llerca Normal student will recclvo n lotttr In regard to tho intes and tho advantages of U10 Department within a few days, whlto others may send their orders directly to Tho Citizen. Whatever tho number of new teachers who tako advantagn of this means of securing aid and ndvlco In ()1Pr WOrk may be, tho Teacher's Do- ' lartment will start wlUi tho first gu0 n July, when tho schools start, j and will contlnuo six mouths If tho interest manifested Is enough to at a!l Justify Its continuance. overy former llerea student who Is teaching Join thin enterprise nnd mako It a mentis of greatly Indenting tho efficiency of tho work !ono this year by our getting and keeping in step with ech other. Rend your Ideas, your troubles, your ambitions, nny thing which will relief? infinitely better than to bo party you, or help yu, or do either to n to tho crime of maiming and destroy- fellow worker In this greatest cause, ing tho lives of our follow beings. t". All credit should bo given tho AmeriYour friend and well wlshor, can Ilurcnu of Labor and to an orC. D. IcwlB. ganization entitled tlio American Asfor sociation for Ijibor Legislation their vigilant investigations Into tho CARNEGIE ON DRINKING HABIT subject, for U10 arousing of public Mr. Andrew Carnegie, whoso own of opinion nnd tho successful c!om experience fits him to Bptik with tho campaign. that So much for tho sermon of tho llt- - authority aa to tho clementa mako for a successful business ca o match; and now for tho conclusion to realize m'r ""y 'n ''Is book "Tho Emplro Ought not tho consumer moro fully than ho generally does OI "usiness. Tho first and niont seductive, peril, his jtosslblo complicity In uoclal wrongs nnd tho power ho has In his and tho destroyer of most young hands to right them If ho will let men. Is th-- i drinking of liquor. I o tho things Uint como Into his dally am no temperance lecturer In tell him their story and win from gulso, but a man who knows and tells you what observation tins pro- him hs cooperation. 'd to him; nnd I say to you that James R. Robertson. m nro moro likely to full In your pro-IKjs- ed I't ( dls-llf- j for 1' PPcMn. ,, 1 lh: ., , aer E un-tb- o J o ",.u " -- ' . ". " !"'' 11 u,:"1"::" 7' 1" " .,. 1 1 ' i,,.u t I ONE t)R0P iw rs. "ut J lI'borua i'ii Sow ZL2 e, Bourbon Poultry Cure ut ,, Com-bornl- y, . 1 unc 20, 1912. THE CITIZEN London, Lambert, Wallosoy, Liverpool and many other places stirred niy heart with warmth of tholr reception, I realized bow happily this neat schemo Is working for tho growing of kind feelings, and tho bringing together of tho nations." UNITED STATES Is Page Seven. Cultivable Land Should Be Made to Produce Its Maximum Yield By CHARLES An Underestimated Force By Rev. BE RE A Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS What Are Your Talents? What Are Your Aimi? Berea Hat the Training That is Best For YOU. Are you not far adranced? Then enter the FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thoa. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Here Tom will be placod with others Ilk yourself, under a special teacher, and make most rapid progress. You will matter Arithmetic and the common branchea and be ready to uie them. You will have singing, drawing, farna and household management, and free One year la the Foua datlon School costs less than $90 and Is worth $1,000. ' Are you aiming to be a teacher? Then Join the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnamore, Dean. Here you will be M trained that you will fear no examination, and you will be taught how teach. The demand for Derea trained teachers far exceeds the supply, Are you Interested In earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Marsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Buslneas Courae, Eto. Here you aoon doublo your earning power, and learn to enjoy doing things In a superior manner. Are you desiring the next best thing to a College Course? Then take two yeirs or three years In the GENERAL ACADEMY COUR8E, Franela E. Matheny, Dean. Twe years, or three years. In such practical studies as will fit you for an honor able and useful life. You select your studios from such as these: PbysV ology the science of health; CItIcs the science ot government; Grammar the art ot correct-speec- h and Ethics the science ot right and wrong; History necessary tor politics, law aad general Intelligence! Botany necessary for the doctor nnd Interesting to every lady Physic the science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start In the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Franels E. Matheny, Dean. Best training In Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. The s Academy has Its own and Men's Dormitory, and a large body, ot students ot high character and ability, able Instructors, and use ot Ool lege Library and apparatus. text-book- NEWS Continue! from First Page J. H. Rautoo, Drwtnsat of J. I1LANCI1ARD. Statistician of the United State Reclamation Service IT IS ESSENTIAL TO THE WELFARE OF THIS NATION THAT EVERY ACRE OF CULTIVABLE LAND SHOULD BE MADE TO PRODUCE ITS MAXIMUM OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS. Tho tremendous increnso in our population is changing of our national life nnd lias mado conditions congress and tho legislatures of tlio states to ennct laws winch will omnia additional onnortumtlo for tlman wlm irr.,,1.1 till IIIU DUII lUUiU v n viliu U t is already congestion in our citic9, and tho MENACE OF THE UNDERFED AND UNEMPLOYED is sufficiently near to warrant our serious and thoughtful consideration. Our vast nreas of public domain as yet aro PKACTIOALLY Tho government itself knows littlo concerning its imperial possessions and is thercforo incapablo of directing intelligently any practical movement toward its proper development. Millions of acres lmvo been given away with lavish hand without a thought of tho timo now bo near whon theso samo areas might bo UTILIZED TO SUPPLY THE LAND-HUNKY WITH HOMES. 'As it has been with the government, so it has been with tho states. Thcro should bo prompt action toward remedial legislation and tho initiation of new mothods which will tend to correct past mistakes and at tho samo timo promoto a healthy movemont back to tho land. 4 ti,. ... INTENSIVE A good inllllug whent should I"fairly hard and tho grains uniform lu hardness, color, slio and shape. Such wheat will mnkc tlio largiut ler. centngo of high Krade Hour lUid will -' FARMING . .. Improving Wheat Varieties tier Is curtain lo maintain Its excellence. wheat Go Into tho field ot rlpo with a basket and select enough of tho best heada, truo 'to tho arlcty, to mako sufficient grain to plant an aero or bo tho next fall. Tho amount telected will of courso vary with tho wheat acrcugo on that farm. Carefully dry and thresh by band. In tho fall treat for smut as described lu Uulletlu No. U5 and plant on TaUo tho best of tho wheat land. from mixing precautious to when harvested, nnd thresh after tho main crop Is threshed, discard- -' lug tho first bushel or so, as It contains bomo wheat from tho previously threshed crop. This wheat Miould bo absolutely puro aud will furnish sufflcfeut seed to plant tho main crop tho next fall. Kor tho fanner who wishes to sell seed wheat which ho can guarauteo to bo absolutely pure, It will bo well to rviieat this selection each year, although If practiced every two or threo J ears tho variety should becomo but slightly mixed It caro Is taken to set usldu tho flrbt feu bushels when beginning tbo threshing. Another method of- koeplnga variety pure, which may bo mow easily followed, Is to go over a small plot In tho general field aud carefully cut out all beads of foreign varieties. Cut and thresh tho wheat from this plot by band nnd uso for the soed plot as lu caso ot tbo head selection described above. not to attempt It la advised a growing too many varieties on tho f brui, as this greatly Increases difficulty ot keeping each puro. it Is better to find tho best variety and endeavor to keep It puro and Improve it lu other ways. -K. J. Kinney, Assistant Agrouomlst, Ky. Agricultural Kxperlmeut Station. prices. Tho tlritt step lu producing wlnai huvliiK theoo tiunlltlni Is lo procure h variety which, In addition to folding heatlly and having tho necessary stiffness of straw to uUind up will, has tho required hardness of grain to bo accu'tahlo for mlllluK puri?s. Then 1" cmaltl'Jrablo variation amon different varieties In this rvsiiect, and tho reader Is referred to Hullo-tiNo. 155 of this Station for a of of tho rclntlxo values cur moiit common varieties. After tho variety Is secured, maintaining tho uniformity of grain U largely a iuestlou of keeping tho variety pure. It Is manifestly to hnvo uniformity wbero thcro la n mlxluro ot varieties for varieties of Uiu grain of different cmuiand tlio lilKU-.'b- t kii n plant, U practically a und crossing between varieties will not occur to any appreclablo extent even under tho most fuvorable for such crosslug. Thus wli-lu- g of vnrlctlea la due almost entirely to mechanical means. Tlio traveling threshing outfit Is tho chief factor concerned lu this, becauso quantities of grain aro carried from one farm to another In tlio sejiarators. No matter bow puro a variety Is to begin with, It will becomo mixed lu a few jenrs extraordinary precautlona aro taken to prevent 1L As n result It Is almost Impossible to find a variety of wheat absolutely freo from admixtures of other varieties. Tho plan described below Is cmo which has been found entirely practical and efficient lu produclug puro licod wheat. In addition, It Is wheat breeding lu Its simplest form und a variety of wheal handled In this man. lu un-le- wheat differ In character. Whoa. - human kind, and aro often permitted to control betho convention. yond their right. By many things On tho other hand, It tho Ilooss-men aro easily ox cited and In no HARRY A. WHEELER sphere Is this truer than In tho religious. Hollglon may embrace true or false faiths, cults and fads, over which men grow excited vory easily, a tact that explains an attachment to them that la often without rational or scriptural support. Tbo Tbossalonlan Christians wero excited touching tho coming ot the Lord and wero neglecting other ex- -' ceedtngly Important things. In his characteristically loving way Paul sharply calls their attention to tho walk which pleases God, their personal sanctlQcatlon with respect to conjugal relations, to honest treatment ot tho brethren, and brotherly love, all of which they were neglecting. Paul calls them to study to be ' quiet and to attend to business. Tbo j samo principles apply In our day to religious ianaucism, sometimes in connection with the second coming; of Hsrry A. Wheeler of tho Union Truet the Lord to whom the appeal has como company and of the Chi to be quiet and to attend to business. The principle appeals as well to the eigo Association of Commerce, hai been elected president of the National lower spheres of life. The kaleidoscope ot scientific, business and poChamber of Commerce. litical life Is turning very rapidly and velt forces win, former Senator we do not know at what moment Albert J. Bcvcrldgo Is prominently some social or political proposition will be made that Is a shock to our Bpokcn of for tho VIco Presidency. commonly received traditions. Parties DESTRUCTIVE STOKMS Destructive storms pro; ailed over are disrupted, new parties are formed, body politic becomes almost tho Mississippi Valley, Saturday and and the a mob. In these days, therefore, not Sunday. Twcnty-sl- x persons were only the religious person, but the citi killed and many Injured In 'Missouri, zen as well, needs to study to be pnd great projicrty loss Is reported. quiet, This Is the moro Important as Tho storm advanced eastward, Sun- - j the world is growing less so rapidly day. dolnc considerable damaire nnd 'through tho agencies of steam and killing a tow porsons In Ohio; In ouo electricity and phobias ot all kinds are us. lnstanco a church steeplo crashing cast boforo Quietness an Aid to Efficiency. into tho building, during tho church Agitation, or unrest. Interferes with servlcw, killing two. efficiency, and efficiency Is the key GUKAT DAMAGE FHOM VOLCANO word of tho day In which we lire. A l, Tbo eruption of tho volcano man ot today does not ask for tho In Alaska, reported last week, blusterer, he asks for the man that Is now known to bavo been very can do bis work, and with the least serious, a number of villages being bluster. The nervous marksman rarely hits tho bullseye. You do not care covered by ashes a foot doep. Villages nearer tho cono aro supposed to gounaenne kqiiooi a surgeon who to havo suffered moro severely. Unit- - does not bavo a steady band. Hysteria explains much ot tho abuso of the sec ot the Lord. Men, not MRS. RUSH S. FAY studying to bo quiet, nor going about their business, become lawless, and alienate many sincere believers in this great scriptural doctrine. It has been Illustrated over and over again, that the man who Is quiet Is as a rule tho powerful man. The qslct Grant seems to be the only Union general to make Appomattox possible, and In great business Interests ofttlmes the man who sits and listens to the heated dls--' cusslons of his associates, and at tbo end quietly speaks a few words, car ries tho day. As yet the strength ot man Is often found In standing still. The painter depicts on the face of restless people the unmistakable fact of an Inward unhapplness, and on the quiet taco clearly Intimates an Inward tho fear on cither sldo that a break or a movo In that direction would glvo an unequal chanco to tho opiKialng candidate. VICK I'ltUSlUUNTIAL ASl'lItANl' Governor '.Mead of Vermont Is prominently spoken of for tho VIco Presidency If tho Tuft forces win, Instead of "Sunny Jim." It Is beginning to bo generally conceded that Mr. Sherman will bo dropped by Bxnterr el Conapomltam MooJr D&b iMlhrtt TEXT Study to b 4:11. qulat I Thsssalo-nlan- s, composition N e rv e a enter largely Into tho of iliril it Book-Bindin- letter-writin- j I class-room- Berea College DR. EDWARD C. DOWNING, DEAN. above The College Itself stands apart from all the other schools under Hi aV agement and has long maintained the highest standards known In the louth. To conform to the Carnegie standards we bare diminished our former requirements! Required and elective studies with opportunity to concentrate In particular lines. Latest college library In Kentucky. Laboratories equipped for student practice. Courses leading to the degrees ot A. B, B. S., B. L--. and B. Pad. MU8IC (Slrtglng Free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Pleno, Theory, Band, may be taken for special fees tn connection with work U any ot tke school. Questions Answered Berea, Friend of Working Studenta. Berea College, with Its afflUatsfl schools, Is not a money-makinInstitution. It requires certain fees, but It expends many thousanda of dollars eaoh year tor the benefit of Its students, tiring highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for students) to earn and save In every way. OUR 8CHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation ot the young people. vOur students come froaa the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who msjr, be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents n Berea live in College buildings, and assist In work ot boarding ball, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except In win ter it la expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their penaes. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, eto., vary, with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is the best' but as students must attend classes regardless ot the weather, warm wrap, and underolotblng, umbrellaa and overshoes are necessary. The tlve Store furnlahes books, toilet artloles, work uniforms, umbrellas and g Kat-ina- g I , ' ' Joy. More and moro aro men studyingJesus Christ to got proper Ideals, and hero Is a good place for such study. We cannot conceive of Jesus Christ becoming agitated. - other necessary artloles at cost. ji, LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College asks no real for the fine buildings In which students live, charging only enough roora rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, 11.35 a week, In the fal, and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bed ding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. 8CHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for return ot room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, and' Is returned ' when the student departs. Beoond an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care ot school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or service of toaohers all our Instruction Is a free gift). The Incidental Fee tor molt students Is $5.00 a term, $6.00 In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 In Colla glate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by. the term, board by the halt term. Installments are as follows: HAII. TERM Incidental I'ee VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS Dord, 7 weeks Koom ..... J J , , ACADEMY AND NORMAL COLIEOK S2? 43 f too 943 9 43 7.00 I 7.00 9 43 , THE BOY SCOUTS lishments, too. follows seemed to mo not only stronger but moro physically 1 did not bear of any Kngllsli fellows golug for u hundred-mllbike, alouo or lu pairs, as somo 0! curs do. 1 did not como across a scout who could mako tlio Urltlsh (From Good Will ltecord.) Mr. Krucbt Thompson Seton, Chief Kcout of "Tho Hoy Scouts of America," baa returned from a trip to Kuglund. llo bays: Tho Chief Scout praised tho American boys us hlkcra u"ul real bcoutu but thinks U10 Urltlsh boys aro moro polite. Hero Is whut ho says. Kugland "Ou my return from whero 1 bavo spent two mouths among tho Hoy Scouts I bavo been linked many times how our scouts compared with the so of tho inotli T laud. In sonio ways ours aro tihcad t'.ud lu somo ways ours havo much to two-mout- 'Our ' o tubbing stick tiro as so'inauyof ours d, und I buspect that a troop of our boys left on a desert Island would lUo long and happy after all their L'lltlsli cousins ou another Isliiud had nittled In a littlo cemetery of "I bavo always been opposed to drill but recent opportunities to havo mado a slight cluing". Jloro than oneo I bavo oeen tho Scout Commissioner In America btruggllm; to bring order out of a chaos of viaugllng, rollicking, riotous, yelling, disorderly 3cout troops. Ills efforts nftor half un hour wero a confessfd failure. Tho boys kuew nothing of that Is tbo real object tho cr drill. Hut In lCiiglnnd 1 saw a similar number 0f similarly riotous scouts Instantly silenced, mado orderly ami lined up by that ouo magic word, at"Hut tho thlug that loft tho'deop-e- t Impression on mo was tho cordial wclcouu I received everywhere no a brother Scout from over tbo sea; and when tho cheering crowds at Plymouth, l'addlugtou, Westminister, for v&ainplo that our fellows look rather moro ro bust, taking them nil routid, but that Is a mero impression. "What I liked about tho Kngllsli Scouts was their manners. An IllusI lnru. thought h tration, will show how pollto tho boys nro. After a Scout reunion lu an Kugllah city I was lu tbo secretary's office, when a goutlo tap was heard at tho door. Kuk-llB- '"Como lu.' "Tho door was opened by a Scout who stood with four others behind him. All saluted and tho spokesman tald: " 'I'leaso, 3lr, wl'l you glvo us your signature?' , -iuey an got It, vlth other embel tention. bil lows, and ho puts bis hand to the rudder, which this text suggests. Is Mr.. Fay, who wa. Miss Eleanor ' study. A man's heart or emotions may o irn I n n .1 rwtf (HI, UUU uu U&U.U Anderson, daughter of Medical Dlrec tor Frank Anderson, U. 8. N., was to study. Rut now his will must act. married on May 14 to Ensign Ruth Tho Thcssalonlan Christians wero excited as to tho coming ot the Lord, 8outhgate Fay, U. 8. N. but they ought to bo quiet and as far ed States roveuuo cutters nro In tbo as any faculty that they possessed wero Vicinity of tbo Islands and nro render- - was concerned, ntboy nnA compelled tn pnll tuirtn (f not thnt fnrfiltv all tho assistance possible. wl.Ilo i WQ8 tn0 WK To bo Qulet roqulrea et. tho United States government Is fort just as In tbo timo of sorest besending relict. reavement when wo aro disconsolate. and some friend says: "You must conTAFT USES VKTO Tho President, Monday, vetoed tbo trol yourself; you must mako an efarmy appropriation bill, returning It fort." Solomon tells us that tho man to Congress with a message giving who rules his spirit Is bettor than bo who takes a city. Storms will over-tak- o tho reasous for hie disapproval. Tho us, but at all hazards wo must chief objection to tho measure seems try to bo qulot and await tho Issue. to havo been that Us purposo was It men will not meet this injunction as to oust Major General Wood. It comes from religious teachers, they may bavo to meet It as It comes from KXl'OHTS TO SOUTH AMERICA Exports to South America hao some awful disaster as that which reshown a phenomenal galu lu tha cently overtook the great ocean stoam-c- r, the Titanic. Tbo samo was truo at fitcal year which cuds with tlio St. Pierre, at tbo present month. Prior to 1011, tho carthquako on Messina, and Ina row tbo Pacltlo coast total vniuo of exports to South Ameii- - ycara 0go. At such times men stop ca uau never roacueu ouo Hundred and say: "Maybo thoro Is a God, any lAllllou dollars. We aro going to study theso Uiu way. In 1911 total was, Bpcaklng lu 'round terms, things." 'How fortunato Is the man 101) million dollars, und lu tho cur- who has learned to trust Qod, and rent fiscal year, which cuds with when something meets blra suddenly tho present month, seems likely to with upsetting quickness and form, be can calmly say: "Give mo quietness, bo about 135 mllllou dollars, having teach mo thy will. I believe all wlU n.oro than doubled slnco 1005, to welll" 7w . . , kilk!lJVlj mans Intellect sometimes ries him far asea on Its tossing A The Will Must Act. car- Amount due Sept. n, 1911 , . Board 7 weeks, due Oct. jo, 191 j Total for term . . If pnld lu mltnucp Incidental Fee Room . . fjooj 9 45 t'i 45 9 43 'IK.W I 7 IJI.OO .. 130.00 1 fi) 40 S31.40 In 90 6.00 7. JO 9 00 I WINTKR TKRM f. Board, 6 weeks ' .u 00 g 00 Amount due January 1, 1911 Board for 6 weeks, due I'eb. Total for term If I'atil In iiiltnnce Incidental I'ee Hoard, Room . 11, 1913 . .... ,. M 7.w 9 00 f JO.00 i8.30 flMO 9.00 9.00 Ul to 9.00 I19 00 fll J I30.7O f 6.00 SCO "17.74 STRING THKM 131.70 I 7 00 I liu lg j weeks .. 191J . Isoo iga 4 7J . 6 7S 300 .8.73 Amount due March 26, 1911 Board 5 weeks, due Apr. jo, Total for term If paid In iiiIwiikk fu.so f4!t, 00 131.00 I1450 133.00 Special Expenses Business. Stung Iio.oo 1000 3.00 7.JO 5 Fell Stenography and Typewriting 11400 fll.OO Bookkeeping (regular cuurte) 14 00 11.00 Bookkeeping (brief coune) 6.00 7.0a llu.inc, courx studies for students lu other departments: Steuogiaphy 10 9.00 Typeu riling, with one hour's use of Instrument 7 00 6.00 Commercial I,aw, Commercial Geography, Commercial Arithmetic or I'eumaiikhii). each t in I So lu no cae will special Business I'ees etceed 15.00 per term, Jj6oo J600 7.co 1S00 Tvlai 00 I.30 J49 Plan Now, Come September 11th Any vouiik man or young wonmn can got an oilucntion at lk'ivii If there h tlio will to do so. lUs a tjreiit advautngo to start in tlio fall and lmvo n full voar of continuous study. .Many younu; lieoiile wasto timo In tlio nubllo schools going over and ovt-- tlio sainu things, wliun thoy might lie improving much faster by coming to Uon-- ami stnrtlng In ou now studies with somo of tho best young men unci women from other counties und states. Mnko your plaim to como ou Suptonibor 11. For information or friendly mlvico wrlto to tho.Socretnry, ablo-boillo- d r D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. attending tho K. K, 8. N. nro rpond-In- g n few days with their parents. Will .Morris nnd family of McKc, Jackson Co., have bought tho Campbell plnco and moved to It, Wednesday, Mrs. Arthur Riddle of Pnlnt Lick Is spending this week with .Mrs. Rolllo Riddle. very Interesting address nt tho memorial service of '.Mr. Henry Hogs-UnclHenry Aloore nn ngeil citizen nt cf Meadow Creek was burled Booncvlllc, Sunday, Juno Uth. Tho Rev. Itnmey conducted tho funeral services, John Turner who tins ben attending school nt Richmond has returned home. e unc 20, 191a. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else tic cortcapoideiict pubiUhti li not fot publication, bat n Berea Heart to Heart Printing School Talks. ByEBWIN nlia tlttti OWSLEYCOUNTY (The Citizen m a specimen ef THE TOP STORY. rpsKV OUR AQENT IN OWSLEY our work.) he Darwin tells us that In early llfo Posey, June 13. Sunday school U nnd Is not oxpectcd to live. Henry Mr. Edward Cook of Sturgeon will ESTILL COUNTY was very fond of music nnd poetry, Miss HAND-BILLnicely at Cllfty. PRINTS LETTER. Cornelius and wife nrc very sick. net ns agent for Tho Citizen during progressing but that In turning his attention to the wAoKiisviLi.K Nnth-n- n Born to Mr. and Mrs. Felix Parker, tho sumnfer In Owsley nnd Lee Lucy Alalnous Is Supt. and Air. study of nature ho neglected to culti- HEADS, CARDS, ItEPORTS, SERWagcrsvUle, June 17. Mrs. Simp There was vate bis taste for harmony and literaAInrtIn, nsslstnnt. a boy. Myrtlo Nelson Is very sick Counties. Ho Is nuthorlzed to tnko MONS AND BOOKS IN THE BEST Varford and children of South Fork, night ture. preaching nt Cllfty Snturdny with typhoid fever. David (Inboard new subscriptions nnd accept renewJackson County, visited the former')! nnd brother of Indianapolis, AND AT LOWEST enjoyment of poetry nd MANNER. nnd Sunday by Rev. M. V. Abston. Finally his Indiana, als, transacting all business for The greatparent, 'Sir. nnd Mrs. Jeff Wagers, are visiting friends near PRICES. place Citizen, and our friends are urged to There will also bo preaching there music was lost, a fact which he this last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Dean mid attended church at Letter Box, tho fourth Saturday night nnd Sun- ly regretted In hit later life. give him a cordial reception. It is the law of nonusc. 01 Hcrea are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Your patronage l atked to help day by Rev. E. E. Young. Frauk Sunday. CITY ISLAND Just as a species of birds on a cerAllen Powell this week. Mr. and Aletcnlf was a caller nt .Martin Wilstudents, and to insure The people Island where there wero no anakes GREEN n AX, I. Island City, June 7. Mrs. A. D. Kclley wero In Itlchmond filled tain Sunday. Carl Cawood 17. Died, Juno of this Immediate section aro about son's, and vermin quit making their nests in your getting your money's worth. Greenhall, Juno 'Mr. the latter jiart of last week. npimlntmcnt nt Dlllard trees and began to lire on the ground Prlv-c- tt up with their farming. They have his regular CALL AT THE OFFICE OR SEND Luther Bowles wan tho guest of 14th, Mrs. John Simpson near Aianlous', Sunday afternoon. Liimnin and these gradually lost the use of and was buried at tho old Am- been very badly behind with their Plnley Peters, Saturday night. Alalnous Is working In tho postofflco their wings, Just so did Darwin lose hU ORDERS BY MAIL. YOU WILL OET of so much rain. Miss Fan Scrlvncr entertained quite brose grave yard. She was 'J4 years work on account appreciation. ADto Wo had wltli us, yesterday, June Cth, nt Posey. Calla Blako visited Klslo n number of friends, Sunday. Those old and left a host of friends You may harden your soul to the SATISFACTION. TERMS CASH. Wilson, Sunday. Lucy Malnous was mourn her death. Wc are Informed Mr. Isaac Messier nnd Mr. Leo Webb, best things of life by deTotlng yourself DRESS present were the Misses Ella and near Tegcs, Wednesday, on business. Green-ha- ll of AIcKee, who are Interested In tho entirely to other things. Maude Park, Fannie Kldd, Lula War-for- d that Win. Burall formerly of Sho had Just returned from a three To Illustrate: but who moved to Kclleyvllle, educational welfare of this place. and Kate Vagcr3, 'Messrs. Arch grandfather In help us by weeks visit to her A man may become entirely absorband Flnlcy Peters, Laban Park, Itobt. Oklahoma, 3 years ago is insane, and They are proposing to ( lay County, and reports a nice time. ed In the money game, neglecting all In now in the asylum at Norman, finishing our graded school buildBEREA, KY. Flynn, Robert Sparks, and Luther Air. Henry .Moore of 'Meadow Creek the faculties save acquirement. Withdo some other Howies. All report an enjoyable day. Okla. Robert and Reuben Hughes, ing and perhaps .Mm. out desiring deliberately to shut the people who are was burled, Sunday. Air. and Miss Anna Flynn is visiting her who bavo just returned from school work. They are the Dlllard Alalnous visited Air. and Airs. door on his dlvlncr side he may negnt Berea report they had a fine doing so much to build up Jackson aunt, Mrs. Charley Cox, this week. Sunday. Mr. Claude lect his higher nature until It no longer County by building schools and hos- C. B. Rowland, Mrs. Cleona CollIn3 visited 'Miss Net- school and did well with their studAnderson of Borea passed thru Posey aakea appeal ies. Henry A. Hughes who Is now pitals through tho county, Miss Eva He becomes callossed. Arch Wagtle Noland, Sundays-M- rs. week on his way to visit his Or a woman may gtre her days and the Chadwell has Just returned to her last ers visited her father, Louis Fowler, at Richmond, nnd attending tho nights to social dissipations so comparents at Conkllng. William, State Normal will return to Green home from Bcrea, where she has last week. little son of Walter Malnous, has a and enHall, Tuesday. Mrs. Newcomer and been In school for some time. J. C. very bad cut foot. It Is hoped that pletely as to take all her timechoosing To those who have children to duroWELL ergies and, without purposely Gentry of this place Is expecting his Powell, June 11. A large crowd at. her daughter aro spending their he will soon bo well again. Born to to stifle her nobler faculties, come to a cat and with te reside In 'Berea for daughter, Esther, home today, whcio the singing at Clay Hill, vacation at Greenhall. Ed Cook was sho Is expected to spend her vaca- tho wife of Willie Judd a fine girl. day when the appeal of higher influtended a longer or shorter time to enjoy Its ences no longer moves her. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Fowler calling on tho people at Greenhall CLAY COUNTY Miss Gentry is a girl who If we are to do the best and be Ue educational advantages, the College ver the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse In tho Interest of Tho Citizen last tion. an education and by finding MKXTONH CKKKK Richmond sought beet we must think the best, feel the Langcster from Thursday until Sun- week. J. I. Hughes of Sexton3 Creek, June 15. Lincoln beat, follow the beet. Be re College at an early age Is gethas a number of houses, large and the com- was at Greenhall last week on busiday. L. C. Fowler attended We are not suddenly corrupted. ting a splendid start. Hon J. F. Sarks who has been sick with tymencement at Bcrea last week. Miss ness. Wm. Nappler and wife and L. Brewer of this "city" sold all his phoid fever Is better. Little Colney weakened grad- small, some of them partly furnished, Character become welElols and Polly Robertson of Berea D. Spcnco and wife were the ually and by the abutting out of the te rent en reasonable terms. Addrese and L. C. come guests1 of W. N. Hughes are now visiting their uncle, better impulses. will wife, Sunday. J. I. Hughes Henry Ward Beecher once said In Fowler. open up a wholesale business at substance: ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Idamay, on tho 25th. He will also "Man la a three storied house. His DISPUTAMTA animal part la the basement, where his THE COLLEGE TREASURER handle all kinds of produce. passions crawl. There Is the first stoDlsputanta, June 13. Mrs. G. V. IHAACS BEREA, KY. Moat men live alry, the Intellectual. visited at the Owens and children Isaacs, June IS. We have had a together on these two floors the anihome of Jim Pennington, of Wlldle, ical dry spell, but are enjoying a nice mal and the Intellectual some only in Sunday. Charlie Drew was visiting shower at present. R. E. Denham But thero is another the basement. on Brush Creek, Sunday. Alex Holt was buried, Sunday afternoon. He story which Is the boat of all, the secof Climax Is very low with fever. ond story tho spiritual. was accidentally killed while un "Men furnish and furbish their baseT. C. Holt finished planting corn this coupling cars, the engineer, ftartln ment and their first story, but let tho week, and says he is going to plant too quick, ran a car over him. Ho top story go as If it were as abansome potatoes yet There was preach- Waves a mother, two brothers, three doned attic." Boiling Spring school house sisters nnd a host of relatives nnd ing at tho Let us llvo some part of tho time in on Clear Creek, Sunday. The services friends to mourn his loss. Mis. the top story. Norte Training School of Hays Clare Denham is very sick at preswere conducted by the Rev. It requires n little more climbing, Smith and Sherd Ovcrbay. but the air is better and tho outlook Berea College ent. Some of her children who live wider. soocuxamd at Ettawa, Tenn., visited her last Lest by the Inw of nonuso wo censo Goochland, June 13 W. A. Phillips, v.eek. Mrs. Baldwin died, June 4th, HAS REST OPERATINO ROOM to want to lire and enjoy tho best a o.' heart dropsy. We extend our Hardin Moore and others took AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES fishing trip last Saturday. Miss. M. sympathy to her bereaved ihtldren. LETS FIGURE. FOR CARE OF A LIMITED NUMBER E. Jones has returned home from BeGeo. Scale has been very low with Here Is tho story of a man who shot where she has been attending typhoid but Is some better. rea Levi HOSPITAL TREAT. his wlfo and little boy whllo they wero OF PATIENTS. school. Rev. Durham filled his reg- turkey's little boy has bilious fever. asleep and afterward spent tho nlgbt MENT GREATLY INCREASES PROSMrs. Mary Scale has a fine baby ular appointment at Pleasant Hill, with a paramour. It Is stated tho man PECTS OF RECOVERY. Sunday. Wm. Chasteen preaches at boy. Mrs. Esther Allen was a guest wns a "highly respected cltlxeu." Now, let's- figure. Sycamore every first Saturday and of Mrs. Martha Davis, Friday. M. Rates Ono Dollar a day and up. Pull your chair up to tho library taSunday. Preacher Lee will preach Turner and family visited G. Davis, ble, sharpen your pencil nnd figure. Bond for prompt payment required. Allio Wednesday. at Goochland next Sunday. R. E. Taylor purchased Take a sheet of pnper nnd put down at Phillips visited her grandmother last a buggy from J. L. Davis. July Cth For further particulars address J How did tho man fall! the top X Sunday, on Horse, Lick. Several from Saturday, Is the day for roll call Now Pine Grove attended the ball game at Anvnille Church. Every inemlwr It la sen reel 7 to bo denied that he at Goochland, Sunday evening. is urged to come. lost his character before bo lost his OADLKV. reputation. Is it not sol BEREA, KY. MADISON COUNTY A few more figures. Gauley, June 15. Born to Mr. and HAHTS The body and tho mind are Slameso girl. Rev. H. Mrs. Jessie Ponder, a twins. What affects ono affects tbo Harts, June 17. W. B. Lake ha3 L. Ponder filled his regular appointother. This man. It Is of record, poiment at new Bethel church, Satur- gone to Lexington on business. soned bis mind by liquors. Ho shutand day and Sunday. Died, June Mil, J E. Hammond, T. J. Lake LETTER TO THE CITIZEN tered bis nerves by dissipation and Stanley Payne havo gone to Union Mrs. Charley Hubbard of Dudley. abused his body by excesses. Mr. and .Mrs. 11. Bullock visited their City on business. Born to Mr. and Co. A. 8th U. S. Infantry. ( Another sheet of pnper, plensc. daughter, Mrs. LIda Howard Ludlow Ilarraeks, S. 'Mindanao, Working both ends body and mind of Mrs. Wilson VanVAiukle, a boy. He Dona hey In Cleveland Plain Dealer. against (ho middle, what wonder Merrltsburg, this week. Miss Nellie lived only ono day and was burled Philippine Islands, May U, V)Vi. lu tho Scaffold Cane cemetery. standards of conduct were lowered, Dear readers of Th" Citizen; Bullock Is sick this week. W. II. bruin cells broken down, moral sense of Perhaps It will be of Interest to Ponder Is still Improving Died, June Jacob Lake and Esmer Towery Paint Lick visited J. W. Lake, Sun- white oak Scott who was very dntiKcrously hurt blunted. 1st, Hiram Cox, aged 64 years. borne of you at b'tiat to know someHe timber to Lee Congleton Still another sheet was taken to line Hill for burial by day. J. F. Hawkins and family vislast week for tho sum of $3,000. Ten by a rolling stone, started accidentwus not all In, but bo wns thing of my whereabouts anil wanderThe Pearl years ago the farm, timber, and all ally by his father plowing, is much falling muu Accompanied by the Messrs. the Odd Fellows of Red Hill. .Mrs. ited Roily Davis, Sunday. down. Thu process was at first ings. Win. Campbell, tho wool gradual, utid It did not make n show-Iiil- - Chewier Hacker, Thecnlll White nnd W. S. Robertson Is very sick and not McCIuro is staying a week at the Improvements could have been bought Letter. (iadd expected to llvo long. Married, ii. home of John Davis. Alph on the outside. Hut on tho Inside I'mery Rutherford, I went to tho for 1, 000. Charlie Everltt, and the agent, imssed hero yesterduy. Wheat bundle of diseased organs, ' S. Recruiting Station at London, Ky., he was W. Murphy to Mls3 Sarah Clark, last who has been In Hamilton, O., re .Misses Nora Jones and Lucy Bowles, crops aro reorted good In this neighturned home, Monday. erratic Impulses that led dowuwurd, .Sept Uth, 11)11 and after passing th week. Wo had a hard rain of Jackson County, were tho guests borhood. Rev. J. P. Alctcalf went to this a tigerish appetite. morning, which was badly needed. sii.vi:k CllKKK examination wu wero sent to Columof R. AI. Morris and family, of this .Manchester, yesterday, on business. One more sheet Silver Creek, June 17. There was place, Sunday night. James Venabpj ' Regular meeting time nt Anglla bus, Ohio, where we wero In tho JACKSON COUNTY It Is certain this mnn wns not born Sunday School at Silver Creek, and family were tho welcome guestB church next Saturday nnd Sunday.--- J. a derelict Ho uiudu himself what ho bchool of Instruction until Oct. Hist. ANNOUNCEMENT Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Kelk-A. Hunter's singing school at of .Mr. and .Mrs. Jas. Kelly, Saturbecame. Shaping himself ns he did, We then hoarded tho Erie R. R. to We are authorized to announce Mr. spent lust Friday night with Mr. and day night and Sunday. closed tho first Sunday In the might he nut havu uiadu himself dif- Chlengo, nt that placo we changed James F. Hays (bon of Uncle Dick) Mrs. Jnko Haley. Tho little daughtrr L'nlon Pacific R. R. which carried ferent hnd be tried? month. J. C. Alorgun-o- f near sTi'ii(ii:oN. of Olln, Ky., as a prospective candiCertainly. ns rnpldly to San Francisco. ter of John Jones Is Improving slowOn wns here last Saturday and Sturgeon, Juno 17. Andy Plerson'e date for sheriff of Jackson County, Then he wns personnlly responsible Nov. Cth wo boarded thu transport ly. Several pcoplo from this place cow suddenly died, John Campbell of near Sunday moriilnjj. Sunday. before tho Republican primary In for his full nnd the foul deed? Fully Thomas which carried us out thru aro attending meeting at Big Hill. August 1913. Grant Frye of Turin made n busl- - Kingston passed hero yesterdny. so, both legally nnd morally responsi'.Mrs. Dave Pulllns of Berea visited the (lOlden Cate, and after tix day trip to Endec last Saturday even Myrtle Burns of Oneida is visiting ble. Delllx-riitelii' ks CI.OrilK IIOTTOM and wittingly ho Sunday. ing. Airs. Newcomer and her daugh-t- r, friends and relatives here this week. bud Immersed himself, body nnd soul, "I rough sailing wo first lauded In Clover Bottom, Jutio 17 S. W. All- Mrs. George Anderson, the beautiful harbornt Honolulu. AfAI. K. Sundlln has sold his lower 111 the deeps of bell. Lillian, a college student of Boiums who has been clck for some Perry Eaton lost another nice young .Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burdette na, aro sptsidlng ter spending 11 few hours there wo Now let's foot up tho figures. timo Is some better. Galen Purvis mare. tho summer In farm to H. Rowictt fcr $3.")0. What Is the mini? Because tho arith- u muncd our vt)cge mid after fourfell and hurt his leg badly a few have moved to their summer homo Owsley County, near Stuigeon. Not knowing that the story was metic of n moral decline may bo Just teen days sailing wo next Mopied days ago. L'neie Harden Azblll lost on the mountain. Mrs. Noel .Mitchell Oscar L. .Morris made u business to uppear lu Tho Citizen, In a disns accurate, mind you, ns tbo law of lit (ilium, which Is n beautiful Island. BUI trip to Sturgeon, Saturday. his lust horse a few days ugo. T. J. is visltllng Mr. .May Mitchell. M. cussion a few weeks ago of tho best u falling body. Davis and family spent Sunday with Deaso of Grecnhnll who Again wo hailed and alter thirty Coylo Is in our midst again, has been books to recommend to htudeiits, th John First A man, freo moral ngent, niny days wo reached Manila and entered Purvis nnd children visited Cass George Hums. Bob Hurris vislUd very 111 during the past week is re- Uureu Faculty decided thut "Freckdevil If bo Incarnate himself Into his daughter at Mallory lust Sunduy covering. Sunday School the eiimps of Fort McKlnley, After LunsfOni, Saturday and Sunday. chooses so to do. will begin les" was one of tho best. evening. Sam Kcllty who has hmi at Royal Oak, Juno tJ Second. He may do thl with open lovi'iiteeii days wo wort stnt The following teachers have 30th. Everyou... been eyes both us to the progress and I bo Southern Mindanao, louo mtU's bouIIi of employed in the Cth Educational l)vj. at work on tho rullroud Is visltluj Is cordially Invited to attend. outcome, knowing and oven fearing Manila among the havnges, Thu homo folks. slon, beginning at No. 1: N. J. Tut-tlTt'lUN what mny bo the end. uro divided Into US trlbed, KINdbTON Martha Jones, .Martha Dean, Wm. Turin, Juno II. Mrs. Lizzie Wll- Third. From the figures nnd tho many of these being savago. Wo nro Kingston, Juno 17. Chobter Parl;s son of thlB placo visited her daughDean, .Mary Sparks, Laura Smith, muting up of tbo account wo may niiioiigst tho Moro tribe vvhlch is drover Drew, Emma Garrett and of Berea is spending this week with ter, Airs. Allunlo Barker, of Traveldraw the moral that very shy nnd dangerous. his parents at this place,--Edg- ar " Martha Durham. Hut you Imvo thu data. Make your ers Rest 0110 day this week. Aunt This Is a tropical country, not only tuul Christine Asher of Wallucuton i:ilzii Rttinoy Is visiting her own deductions'. 1'AltllOT dilldren do wo have the tropical frultH In Parrot, Juno 17. There was church ,pont Saturday night and Sunday In nnd nround Travelers Rest, this noiiiidnnce, but beautiful wild flowat this place, Sunday, conducted by with Charlie Powell and Eva Lewis. week. Airs. Lizzie Alclnllre and chilers uro (o bo seon at all times everyMr. und Mrs. Wesley Webb, ami dren visited Mrs. Alary Wllllnms the Revs. Johnson, Woods and t. last The Out Fly Poison. where. Also wild nnlinnlH which dif.Mart Combs, who hag had Mr. and Mrs. John Powsll spent Sunday. I.lttlo Ruth Doojey who has I Tho most highly recommended fly fer from those of America and tho typhoid so long, is blowiy Improving. Sunday with .Mr. and Mrs. C, Lewis. been very 111 for uulto it while with poison Is formalin mixed with sweet ADVEIUiSR Hie b.it thing you have In alock ut your atore lu Hie Pheo Hlllard and W. M. Lake and Charles Anderson nnd Miss Itosella typhoid fever Is slowly rerovcrlng.-- r milk nnd vvuter In the proportion of beautiful birds constantly sing, cheerpr. Feature It. next Liuo of llila tho Misses Mandy Lako and Fanny Roborts of Berea were the guests Airs. Icy Hainey Is eigne leaspoouruu or rormaiin to a ing us and making us think of our Push It tronir. Thru all In your sick. .Mrs. II. H. quart of the mixture. Such a poison dear ones nnd friends at home. Hlllard attended church at this plaeo of Miss Nellie Ijiwbon last Saturday Hleo died at her homo In Rooiievllh, aiura and lurvrtl Iht prcunUry " I hope to bear from many Is not fatal to human beings. Ilreak 11 fruit of your wLJom. 11 of my last Sunday and took dinner with Miss night and Sunday. Mrs. Brack Ainu-Pi- n .May 31st. Burial services wero small nick In tho edgo of n bottlo's friends thru thu columns of Tho Minnie Prlciv Stivo Gabbard U very sick. Tho .Misses is Ora by tho Rev. 8. K. Ramcy. mouth, fill tho bottle with tho solution Citizen. Very bebt wishes to you all. dangerously lit with typhoid fevei und Ethel Flancry who havo been The Rev. 8. K. Ramey delivered 11 bj w, M. U.) (Cuvrrlfbt, and stand it, Inverted, lu a saucer. John S. Rutherford- - Is (all ty tbe wrttrr. Iht tint tvlieste tt toei tilth. Writ plainly. A. NYE. Department of Berea College Beret Printing School Houses to Rent ' New Work For Boy Scouts. 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