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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JUNE 27, 1012 Knowledge is power and the to keep up with modem knowledge is to read a good newspaper. way Vol. XIII. Five cent copy. Ono Dollar a year. No. 62 GLAD AND SAD We uro mnitten with two conflicting emotioun. Wo nre glnd of tho victory of President Taft nt Chicago nnd and for tho defeat of Thoodoro Roosovolt. Those who have followed the political cditornln in the Citizen will bo ablo to understand what wo mean. Wo would hnto to be nnd shouldn't be, inasmuch as we classed with the Wo nre sorry that ono have been proclaiming progressive principles. mnn should have allied himself no closely with these principles thnt many of thoso who were in sympathy with the principles were willing to mnko them secondary for tho moment in order to defeat tho mnn. And we are sorry thnt the man saw fit to make thnt inevitable, rather than to fight imporsoually within the party and win, ns he might easily have done, for tho party and progressive principles. We hoped for a better platform, a progressive platform that stands for something; nnd we hoped for compromise really after the bitterness .of the campaign wo rnther expected a compromise candidate on n platform that would rally all elements to Its support. Hut wo are still Republican and progressive "in the party," and We do not care to exchange the our emblem is the log cabin, log cabin for tho " bandana." On pages two and three will be found a full account of the proceedings at the Chicago Convention. Next week we hope to give an equally full account of the Baltimore Convention where, from all appearances, r similar fight is being waged with liko results probable. YOU MAKE A CLEAN CUT SAVING buying your clothing and furnishings store. We are receiving the most substantial encouragement in return for By s at-thi- Oliver Cultivators Simplest and even to Best-Guara- nteed our efforts to serve people with the best that money can buy, at the smallest margin of profit. the color of the paint QUALITY and PRICE with good service have made this store of exceeding usefulness to our community and will keep it so. Watch our windows and watch our advertisements for seasonable offerings. NO MORE IMPORTANT was elected magistrate OFFICER R. R. COYLE BEREA, KENTUCKY Jefferson said that it was of more concern to any locality who We would than who was elected president. improve upon Jefferson and say that it is of even greater concern to the community who ia elected school trustee than who is elected magistrate, and consequently of vastly more concern than who is elected 'THE FURNITURE UNITED STATES NEWS IN OUR CHRISMAN'S MAN OWN STATE president. Next Saturday the division boards of education meet to select the teachers for the various public schools. And how much for the thousands of children depends upon the wisdom of their selections! Will they look to the real qualifications of the teacher or will they beinflu-ence- d by friendship or kinship, or will there be any who prize the office so little as to make it a matter of merchandise? The biggest, the wisest, the best educated man in the district should be made school trustee. The school trustee should be an educator and he should be a patriot never a politician. On August 3rd there will be an election at which the trustees will be chosen and an opportunity will be given every in the state to supplant the mnn who has proved a failure and put in hia place a man who believea in schools, who loves the children and who wants to live in the future live in them. sub-distrisub-distri- Famous General Dies Harvard Wins Winchetter Man Candidate for Court Again To Baltimore Thia Week-Dis- aster of Appeala Silencea Awakened Real Estate Dealera In Session-N- ew to Picnic Party. Commissioner of Roads ConFAMOUS GENERAL DIES federate Penaiona Crop Reports. HAYES A CANDIDATE during the Civil War of the Iron Attorney J. Smith Hays now oi brigade, died at Foudulac, Wis., last Winchester, formerly of llarbourvllle, week at tho age of 85. He served will enter tho August Primary as a democratic candidate for the AppelJACOB M. DICKINSON late Bench from tho 7th District. Judge Kirk of Jackson County, and former Assistant Attorney Blakey of Beattyvllle aro tho two Republican candidates. THE SILENCES AWAKENED Tho past week has been a momentous one for Eastern Kentucky, as it marks the advent of tho Iron horse In two counties of Eastern Kentucky hitherto untouched Perry and Letcher. Hazard, Perry County, welcomed the L. and E. work train at her outskirts early last week, whilo the C. and O. extension which is known as tho Sandy Valley and Elkhorn railroad carried a party of Eastern capitalists to Jenkins early this week. OF REAL ESTATE DEALERS Louisville bas been entertaining a great gathering of real estate men during tho past week. The organization has hitherto been technically known as the National Association of Real Estate Dealers. But, Inasmuch as there wero representatives from Canada and Cuba, the name was changed during this meeting to the International Association. Judge Dlcklnton, former eeoretary of war, it special prosecutor In charge NEW COMMISSIONER OF ROAD3: of the government'e caee In the eult ' R. C. Terrlll of Bedford County, a to dissolve the United State Steel graduate of the State University, was corporation. appointed Commissioner of Roads and Highways for Kentucky by Governor several terms in Congress after tho McCreary last Friday. This Is nn ot- last war, and represented the United f Ico created by an net of tho I Legislature. States In 'Mexico, Cuba and China. Tho salary Is two thou PBSBSBSBSBSBSaakBSpBSakhw t Gen. Edward S. Bragg, Commander KY. COURT OF APPEALS DECIDES FOR BEREA C0LLE6E WORLOEWS Chinese President Plead for Simple Life Chinese Loan Depends upon Russia Cause of Belgian Riots-E- nd of Insurrection Expected In Cuba Mexico Obscured. Tho attempt by certain Interested parties to force taxation upon Ilvrca College In some ot ltn departments has been carried, In tho facu of a constitutional provision, with great tenacity, from court to court, and finally received lta quietus from the Court of Apixala a tew days ago. Tho College bas been put to some expense and largo trouble to carry on till suit, but It ban been wag.-tupvclally lu behalf of Industrial edu cation. Tbc claim was inado that llo-rCollege could b taxed on Its' printing outfit, laundry, and other features. The Court of Appeals, however, decides, as It has !n almllar cases before, that "tho of an educaUonal Institution, when tho Income from the Mine la devoted not to private gain but to educational purposes, shall bo totally exempt from taxation In whatover form that proTty may be found." Tula provision, Imbedded In tho constitution of Uio State of Kentucky, la one of the promising things In our struggle for bettor educational conditions throughout the entire South. ea pro-jx-r- ty HEAR THE CALL NOT TOO LATE It Is not loo late to begin tho grent story, tho first Installment of which wo ran last week. Wo give the second and third chapters on page hlx this week. This story alone is worth to Uio reader many times tho price of tho paper. Wo not only urgo our subscribers to read It, but bog nil who are Interested lu tho boys to loan Uio tell paper to their neighbors and them not only of tho story but ot tho many other good features. v Glance at tho table of contents be low and see how rich In good things Tho Citizen Is this week. CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE PAGE FIRST Editorials World News Kentucky News Letter from Picb. Frost. Decision of Court of Appeals Madison County to help Derea PAGE TWO. Story of Taft Victory PAGE THREE Temperance Home Courso in Health Culture. A Roraauce of Progress. l'AGB FOUR A Plea Local Nowb Summer Offlco Hours. l'AGB FIVE Homo Town Helps. Letter from Mr. Ilurgess l'AGB SIX Scarcely do the echoes of the shouts, "School is out!" die away ADVOCATES STMPLE LIFE on our ears, before the stentorian voice of the teacher, standing in the school house door, may be heard, "Come to books." Tho President of the new Chinese Republic lu exortlng tho nation to Some of the schools will open next week, more of them the following week and perhaps half will be in session three weeks from return to the good old days of frunow. And how important it is that every child within the public gal living. Ho says that the omy school age heeds the call that every parent arranges to dispense hope for the Republic In its present r with the services of the children prepares them for the bigger struggle is. tho discarding of all exbusiness of going to school. travagances Incident to high lite. Only one thing justifies any parent in keeping a child out of Tho cost of marriages, funerals, and school the first day, and the second day, and every day ill health on entertainments niUBt bo reduced, and the part of the child or serious sickness in the family. And sometho present giving practice must bo times there is no justification even in ill health and sickness, often curtailed, he Rays. That Is, he would these could be avoided. have tho new China solve the probWe become engrossed in many things business, politics, vacalems of high cost of living nnd theretions; but these aro minor concerns in comparison to school, to knowlby lay tho foundations for a great edge, to training, to preparation for life. And everything else should and stable republic. be The school should have first place nnd chief place. RUSSIA HOLDS KEY 11 V. plead for the children. Tho three hundred million Chinese lan agreed upon by tho United StateH, Great Britain, France, GerSouth Carolina, Georgia and Alnbamn led each year to keep this good work many and Juan hangs In the awaiting tho announcement from were also represented, besides other going. ' Moreover, the Institution has fretho parts of the country. Hussla that sho will Join in In "Uio winter term every room had quently como short at the end of the guarantee-The United States Is interested in to contain two students, nnd if the j ear and Incurred debt, so that It Is had now paying interest on nearly fifty thu matter In thai It is carrying room had two windows It 'jy to contain 'four students. The small thousand dollars. It Is evident tint out our ikjIIcj" uh Inaugurated bedsteads" tho institution cannot take care of i'ecrwtnry I.'ny tht bo called open rooms had "double-dec- k bedsteads to save space. tho girls and boys who need Its Inand turn-u(Cnntitiunl on 1'age Seven) Many of these students canto from struction unless it has larger resour- families which could not pay the prices .ccs. LETTER FROM PRES. FROST charged nt ordinary schools, and they President Frost, who has now livVisits a Great Northern School at were youus licoplo who needed u ed lu Kentucky longer than ho ever Ypsilanti, Michigan. training which could not bo given , lived In any other state, was a native elsewhere. Every family which h.3 of New York and there found his first Dear friends of Tho Citizen: years ago Herat was favor- had a son cr daughter at llerea, It and greatest givers. Ilut thebe great Three ed by a visit from Prof. E. A. Lyman is safe to say, has been permanently givers to Berca, like Dr. Pearsons, of Vpslluutl, the author of some of encouraged and benefited. And every 'have largely passed away, and others the boht recent text books on mathe- community from which a student has are often Inquiring what Kentucky matics. Prof. Lyman and wife spent como has received fresh incentive and Itself has dono for this Its most Impulse toward3 good from that stu- famous Institution, llerea has not ex6oimi tlmo at I lore a and made and been urgent In asking Its Immediate cursions through the surrounding dent's coming. Cattle buyers of ticlghbors for help, but In this time country. Ho has been a steadfast lumbermen Bay that tho prlco Is friend of Berea, and at our last land has been definitely Increased of emergency It does nsk and Commencement wu3 elected to a placo for more than a hundred miles in receiving a generous resiouse. every direction from Berea College, Tho proM)6ltlon 1b to build a new on our Ilonrd of Trustees. This visit from him mndo mo rcudy especially on tho mountain side. And girls' dormitory which will cost and shelter 170 girls, each girl to accept an Invitation to deliver what haa benefited tho land has benethus provided for nt an expense of tho Commnccemcnt address at the fited the people. Tho students pay, and can pay, $200. Besides the building there will school to which he belongs nt Ypsiery little. Tho Institution Is sus- bo tho furnishings nnd tho laying or lanti, last Wednedsay. steam pipes for Its heating, w that I rodo to Cincinnati on the same tained in Ita great work by tho lovtrain with Mr. Taylor and had an ing gifts of Christian and patriotic an expendlturo ot $40,000 must be of opportunity for a few hours visit leoplo throughout tho land. It has provided for. Tha little village very Derea, made up of students, teachwith my fellow-workfor the first somo splendid buildings nnd a time since ho has been connected considerable endowment fund which ers who work for halt tho salary yields Its Interest available fur the they could get elsowhere, and n with Dereu. A night on tho sleeping car brought payment ot teachers every year. Hut few families who lmvo come thero all theso resources fall far short of for the education of their children, mo to Detroit In cmtto another on Page 1'our) what Is needed for tho great work Is subscribing ten thousand dollars. in hand. Every dollar, of Berca's In- .Madison County Is asked to give as MADISON COUNTY TO HELP BEREA come Is pledged In ndvanco, and many much more. Wo aro quite sure Madithousands of dollars have to be rats- - son County will respond. Need A Girls' Dormitory Madison M-dside-trackebal-au. p $34,-l)!er MEETING HARVARD WINS AGAIN Fri- - sand a year. CONFEDERATE PENSIONERS When the act providing pensions for Continued on rage Five Harvard was tho winner, last Continued on page seven! Open Letter to My Friends and Patrons : 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. Have a ROCKBOTTOM option on 3 car loads of Galvanized Steel Roofing which ends June 30. This must bo sold on Saturday, June 29, in order to get the benefit of the low price. 3 p. Auction sale June m. 29, 10 to 11 a. m., and 2 to County's Turn to Contribute. Iterea College turned away mora than I'OO clrls last year because It had no rooms for them to occupy. 'More than 1,000 students were in attendance nt llerea during n longer or shorter period lust year. They came from all the counties of Eastern Kentucky, about a hundred from North Carolina; nnd the mountain ends of the Virginias, Tvunessei', HENRY LENGFELLNER JACKSON ST., BEREA, KY., PHONE 7 OR 181. Serial Story. l'AGB SEVEN Intensive Farming Sermon PAGE EIGHT Eastern Kentucky Correspondence Hi Girls at Derea from Seven Mourtiin States Will have a dozen as good Cooking Stoves and Ranges on sale that day as ever came to Berca. Page Two. THE CITIZEN June 27, 1912. of Ihe tho sllcnco of fowl; Tri vfow-Cummins shoutera hopeful talk of the before tho last session. Hut Wisconsin mado up for this loss by sending Michael 11. Olbrloh, ths boy orator of Madison, to the platform. Mr. Olbrlch never entered an oratorical contest without emerging with the first prise, and at tho Collssum he endeavored to llvo up to this reputation. With mighty voice and gesture, he told the delegates all about ths long and soul wearying fight which had been made for progressive policies In government by a son of the lladger stato. He railed forth ths repeated applause of tho Wisconsin and North Dakota delegates and the shrill screams ot approval of a youag woman In ths east gallery who continually poundod tho bald lioad of a gentleman In front of her with a small .flag. Hut that seemed tu be tho full measure ot the results accomplished by Mr. Olbrlch. Me spoko for an unconscionably long time, and at last In response to repeated demands to "namo your man" ho sprung on the astonished audlenco tho name of Robort Marlon Ij Up leaped the Wisconsin 26 and, assisted by a few scattered knots of shouters, they managed to make n tremendous amount of noise fur so tho young Hut then fow people. Imhelped woman In tho gallery mensely. Taft Flaunted In Hla Face. speech two During Mr. Olbrlch's men mado their way along tho girders ot the roof nnd let down a banner with Taft'a picture upon It, so that tho worthy president was staring tho young orator In tbo face. Tho entire Fol-lett- The Citizen A family newspaper for all that Is.rllht, true and Interesting. PuMUtml every E Thurly at nerea Ky CO BEREA PUBLISHING J. (tnrnrmrntei1) P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. 0 How He Was Renom- Subscription Ratos VAVADUK IN ADVANCK One Year Hli Month Three Moulin fi.oo to noosevelt Men Quit tha Fight. The story of tho last day of the convention Is one ot much disorder, quarrels on tho floor, sporadic bursts n iutj n.ln n h an 1, m . I n . i. nn.l uuiiiift ., n wfc UL cllliiuiinDiii) nuu, long session, swift work by the well-Making their oiled Taft machine. Inst futile fight on the seating of the contested Taft delegates from Wash-- , Ington and Texas, the Roosevelt delegates voted against the platform submitted by tho committee on resolutions and then devoted themselves to rather riotous behavior, laughter at the Tnft speakers and even at Chairman Hoot, and vigorous refusal to 1 1 V, 1 . IMATIONAL SIJiWSCHOOL Lesson (fly 15. O. BKLLKIIB. Director of Evening Department, The Moody Illbls of Chicago.) LESSON FOR JUNE 30 js Semi money by rwtoflice or Money Order, Draft, KegMeretl Letter, or one ami two cent stamps. The ilme alter your name on laliel how to what date mir iiicrlllon lapnhl If it N not changed within three week nfter renewal notify in. MIIng numler will lie Rlailty aupplletl if we lire notlhcil. Tine Premium given for new milwcrlptlona ami prompt renewal. Semi for Premium I,lt. Liberal term' gUen to nny who obtain new utcrlrtfon for 11. Any one einHnjr tin four early nlierlptioncan receive The Cltlten flee j lorhiinelf for one enr Adverttaliig rates on application. MEMHKX lire inated for the Presidency in Chicago7. COLONEL ROLLED FLAT Roosevelt's Progressives Wero Beaten at All Points From the Start INCIDENTS OF THE BIG SHOW (r KHNTt'CKY I'RliSS ASSOCIATION. Governor QUEEN MARY. TI10 tnoro one learns nbout Queen Mary of England the higher she rises In one's esteem. As the first woman of the kingdom sbo Is exemplar of nil that n wlfo nnd mother should he. And In her Insistence upon correct morals sho Is restoring to the court circles of England tho purity of good Queen Victoria's reign. Sbo will not permit gambling. She has snubbed those who drink. The hobble skirt Is ruled out, She abhors paint and fnco powder. Tho big picture hats nro tabooed. The queen has frowned upon these Alngs not because of eccentricity or irrudcry, but because she Is determined that tbc habitues of her court shall bo self respecting nnd above suspicion. Especially is she determined there ball be no taint of loose morals. King Edward, though gracious nnd popular, was not always particular as jo the people with whom he associated, extremes of dressing In women pleas cd him. A certain coterlo of the fast set were always giving dinners and luncheons In honor of the king, and to these dinners all sorts of folk wero In- Hadley of Missouri the Star Performer on the Losing Side ! I Chairman Root's Masterly Handling of the Gavel Furore Created by Pretty Boomer for T. R. "Sunny Jim" Sherman Capturea 8econd Place Again Almost Without Op- i.i position. By E. W. PICKARD. For President. William I Howard Taft For James Schoolcraft Sherman. Howard again heads the Republican for president. i Chicago. William Taft ticket is t. again the party's nominee James Schoolcraft Sherman for vited. Queen Mary changed this. The first Intimation came when the queen laid down soma rules as to the costumes of those who should be presented at court At that time the hobble Bklrt was In favor among certain of the fashionables. Sho gave orders that no women wearing hobble skirts should be presented. The order astounded the fast set; also she let It be known that picture hats and powdered faces wero distasteful to her, and the big bats and the powder disappeared. Moreover, there should be no more fast dinners where drink and gambling are tho principal parts of the program. And there should bo no all night dissipations. At all court functions the guests must stay no later than 11 o'clock. A certain lady of tho court gave frequent dinners to King Edward and by reason of royal favor had become the arbiter of court circles. Time and again this ambitious woman has sent her Invitations to tbo king and queen, and time and again bavo tbo royal couple stayed away. It Is good to note how stoutly King George stands by his queen In these particulars. The effect of tho queen's standards of right living, of purity and of womanly spirit must be felt and recognized in every corner of tbo British dominions. If England must needs bavo a queen pray God she always may be such as Queen Mary. UNCLE HENRY'S ORCHARD. I Mr. Taft was nominated on the first ballot at 9:30 Saturday night, receiving 561 votes, or 21 more than a majority of the votes In the convention. Mr. Sherman was the only, man , In nomination for second , placed place, and he received 697 votes. The rest were scattering or not cast Flattened out completely by what his advocates denominated the steam roller, Col. Theodore Roosevelt's candidacy was abandoned by that gentleman himself, and a few hours before the balloting on nominations began he rent to. the convention ball a request that his delegates should irefraln from voting on any other I questions was by 344 delegates, who responded "present but not voting." Of the others, 107 cast their votes they felt for Roosevelt because bound to follow the Instructions of obeyed whatever. This request their constituents. The vote of the convention on president Is shown In the subjoined table: Alabama Arizona Arkaniaa California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Indiana Iowa Kanaaa Caorgla Idaho Illinois states. Tart. 22 6 17 2 12 14 S Room. Not velt. voting. z 1 24 12 28 1 2 20 IS 24 20 20 63 3 18 12 Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Mlchlaan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana 2 1 Massachusetts S 18 1 20 17 18 S 24 3 20 Nebraska Nevada Ntw Hampshire New Jsrsey New Mexico New York U 28 1 An- dIiut I am a garrulous old man blithWeekly Ledger. ering about tho good old times. And The loot of these freebooters? The all things mortal pass. And the walls Itambo row, second from the south of one's arteries harden with the yean east corner of tho "stake and rlderod and tho blood moves sluggish. fence." Rut, Rambos J Why, ln those days Steady pay," XTheysjy -.- 'SiUifldsJ "Have you any Ilambos?" The salesman at tho commission house selected an overgrown specimen fostered by somo modern orchardlst and, holding It out to me, replied, "Yea; this is tbo Itambo." Shades of Uncle Henry's orchard! I had Intended to ask for such old timers as tbo Milan and tho Willow-twi- g and tho others, but turned away. And at dinner I was telling tho folks that apples nowadays wero not what they used to bo. "Why, when I was a boy- "Beolug my son wink at his sister, I changed the subject. But I kept my vision. Tho vision was of an old time orchard where tho trees grew big and thrifty. Trunlng and spraying wore unknown, and there was no plowing up of the orchard soli. And tho thick grass made a carpet on which tho dropping fruit mado scarce a sound. It was a hazy autumn day. The dust of the road was soft to tho tread of threo barefooted boys who stealthily deployed from tho woods where a big log represented tho good ship Nancy. We were playing "pirates." Nor did we know that both Thucyd-Ideand Homer had lauded pirates or that Solon had kept a Bchool for them In Athens. Ours was tho flerco buccaneering of Bylvunus Cobb and noratlo Alger and the New York s North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Psnnsylvanla Rhode Island South Carolina Bouth Dakota Tennessee. Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Waahlnaton .... Wsst Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Alaska District of Columbia. Hawaii Philippine Islands... Porto Rico Totals Hughes, 2. La Follette, 41. Cummins. 17. .. 6 8 78 7 1 8 1 B 22 84 18 14 4 9 10 10 23 31 ' 8 2 el 4 S 22 14 'k 2 0 s 6S1 107 no Uncle" Henry has threatened To use' his gun.) "Forward!" ("Don't let that dog sea you, Ullll") "Jim. set behind that treo, qulckl" Thus the three corsairs. Did they not know they could have all the apples they could carry by asking for them? Hut in tho name of Captain Kldd! And so they fill their pockets and bats and blouse walstB. Apples of IlespcridesT How Infinitely better the flavor and tang of those Rambos, partly eaten and partly stored beneath the decks ot the Nancy, rldlDg there at anchor, than the Rambos down cellar at homo I vote. REVIEW OP. SECOND QUARTER. The colonel's advice to his forces convention by Henry wat read to the am not coma to OOI.DEN TEXT-- "! J. Allen of Kansas and Included a 6:17. destroy, but to tulftlL"-M- att bitter denunciation of the actions of the majority. It was hooted by the The lessons for this uortei be Taftltcs, but as tho table shows, It long for tho most part to tho year 'is1, most Instances, In was effective known as tho year of popularity. Among the states that disregarded with tho great Easter losson rtooiovelt'i request, Illinois stood out thcro Is set forth the fact, certainty, fj$ nnd moaning of the resurrection of most prominently. J A H..I1 J mi. That 61 of Its our Lord, by which wos demonstrated delegates voted for tho colonel was his fulfilling of tbo purpose ot Ood PRESIDENT TA1T. duo to stato political conditions. both In his own life nnd In his work Pennsylvania created a diversion by mighty glad to" recelvo this nssur-anc- o upon tho cross whereby was mado casting two votes for Justlco Hughes. Hut ot nn early adjournment possible tho establishment of tho now In tho mix-uSenator Cummins tho thousands of spectators stuck kingdom. Several of thoso lessons grabbed off seveu unexpected votes through manfully and womanfully aro taken from hts mnnlfosto to show from Idaho. And Ia Follotte also Ihn trttttr nnmtnnllnp lianphna nnit ttin us tho application of tho Inw which benefited by the conditions, getting ' balloting on tho head of the ticket bo enmo to till full with n newer and five of South Dakota's votes, In nddl- - i,.nr ,h .,.,.! ntnrn thorn win nlwava richer meaning. Speaking of tho Ideal Wisconsin and 10 j tho ,lopo ot gomP melting or spoctacu. , tlon to his 20 from Sabbath ns contrasted with thnt pro--, from North Dakota. lar nc,ent. Now and then something rented by tho religious tencbors ot Enthusiasm Is Rather Mild. happen, rcaiiy and ovcry ono tbo tiny, Jesus uses tbo Illustration of If the truth must bo told, tho vlo- - t jUI1,0,i to his feet, as when a tiro healing nnd nlso the plucking of grain tory of President Tnft did not create bursts ln nn RUtomob!lo race, any wild enthusiasm ln tho Coliseum. to show us that man Is of moro value "Riot and Bloodshed." Of course, there was a lot of cheer- OllC0 tnero was n sudden comrao- - gathering resented this discourtesy than tho ceremonial obscrvnnco of tho ing, and a banner bcnrlng tho picture t)on in ,ho t,acit 0f u,e BCCt0n where loudly, but Chairman Root didn't mind j law. Jesus proceeds In tho third Ics-- , of the winner was carried through tho delegates were seated. All hopped nearly so much as he did tbo action ot son to chooso and set apart thoso tho aisles, but no one followed It, and up and howled, without knowing what somo Roosevelt men who, earlier ln t who shnll share with him in tho es-- t the tired spectators at onco began to It was all about! Then a police lieu- the day, Hung from tho north gallery tabllshlng of this now kingdom. make their way out of tho hall. Even tenant came past tho press seats and a placard reciting his opinion of tho , In tbo fourth lesson Jesus depicts tho delegntes could not bo kept ln announced: "Jack Johnson of North Penrose machlno in Pennsylvania. tho character necessary for thoso who their seats for the vote on "Sunny Dakota hit a Mississippi delegate In The latter maulfesto was quickly re- shall sbaro with him ln tho fultllllng Jim." Tho reading clerks Jumped Vermont." A few minutes later there moved by virtuously Indignant police- . of God's purposes In this kingdom. about like crazy men trying to catch appeared In the hall a news sheet an nnd tho Tbo blessings of poverty men. the vote ln tho midst of tho din, and j nouncing In big headlines: "Riot In Incidentally, Mr. La Kolletto took an , danger of riches form tho subjvet mat-- l nobody cared very much whothor or q q. P. Uloodshed awful chanco Saturday afternoon. Hf ter of tho Ilfth lesson whoreln we aro not they succeeded. Another bit of excitement camo sent to Chicago and bad read to tho taught n full revelation concerning "This purges the party of a most when the Massachusetts delegation convention a statement to the effect llfo and Its true substance. 'disturbing element." said the Taft was being polled. The 18 Roosevelt that ho did not approve the platform, Key to Situation. men, soberly. and If he were nominated for pre , Tbo sixth losson has to do with delegates refused to vote, and Chair, "This Is the death ot tho good old man Root ruled that their alternates dent, he would not bind himself to lovo ns tho secret of tho fulfillment of Republican party. Now for a new ihould be called. This raised a fine mako tho race standing upon nil the nil that Is required, ot nil that has party a party of progress," said tho row and Mr. Root received all that planks selected by the committee. been already stated, or that may defeated friends of Colonel Theodore romes to an unpopular umpire In a Hut Mr. Iji Follctte wss not nominal-!ed- . I hereafter nrlse. In this lesson by sv Roosevelt. ret of skilful questions Jesus nska ball game, except the pop bottles. Such Democrnts as wero present Ho stuck to bis decision, as every Thursday and Friday were not very nnd answers the fundamental princiJoyful. said little, but looked Interesting days ln the convention ples ot this law of love. umpire must do, and tho row gradSo deep Taft Forces Win Every Point. hall. On those days the work was be-- 1 does ho build and so high does bo ually subsided. ! From tho day when tho national lng dono In committee rooms and ho- reach that we are compelled to exPutting Them In Nomination. committee met to begin tho hearing Having given up tho fight. Colonel tel conferences. Each night some rad- claim, "Who Is sufficient." And so of contests, the Roosevelt forces Roosevelt was not put In nomination. ical plan would be Axed up and the It Is that tho soventh losson logically I never won a point of any moment Hut Ohio responded nobly for Presiday It would bo abandoned. I follows tho sixth, for In this wo find next With all the machinery ln their con- - dent Taft with an eloquent speech First It was a bolt of all the Roose- - tho key to tho whole situation, llcgtn-- , trol, the Taft men did not let go ot by Warren G. Harding of Marlon. velt delegates. Then It was a double nlng with the verse that forms the anything that could endanger their Mr. Harding Is a largo man with a convention. And again It was a pol golden text for today, Jesus goes on cause ln the least An Instance of largo voice, and he kept the crowd There to show us that what Is Impossible icy of silent their clever work was tha way In cheering by safe references to the was no bolt; there waa only one That i with man Is posslblo with tlod. on , 0rand 01d Pttrty anil which the report of the committee s acneve- there waa nothing that even re- whllo tho law Is Immutable and Its -' creueiuiaia was Buuuiuieu io mo cuu- ments. Several times he drifted Into motely merabled silence except the penalties therefore still In force, thst ventton. It came In to the hall plece-- ( eulogistic passages concerning Mr. refusal to voto on the final ballots by ne, jcsus, is tne one ana only ono wno meal, a state or a district at a time. Taft, but the Roosevelt army didn't the colonel's stanchrst adherents. keeps the law outwardly and at the This enabled Chairman Root to make like these and made Its dislike known Rosewater Prompt, But samo tlmo Its spirit and Intent as the eminently fair ruling that the so noisily that Chairman Root had Rosenatcr, who aa chairman well; hence we have In him and bis Victor delegates whose seats were Involved to make one ot his rapid advances to of the uatlrtial commlttoe called the righteousness all that Is essential. ln each fragment of the report should convention to order, waa only three Tho eighth lesson still further carnot vote on Its adoption. It soundminutes late In pounding out with hts ries out this teaching by showing us ed good, but It was perfectly safe. ifavel the announcement that the show he fact that In the constant conOn only one of these reports was the was about to begin. The Omaha man sciousness of Ood there lies power Taft majority reduced to a perilous looked pitifully small and weak, and that will enable men. Independent ot point. That was tho California case, could not make himself heard ten feet oaths. In simple truth to fulfill all one ot the strongest considered 'swny from the platform. For fifteen the requirements ot truth. brought up by the Roosevelt men, and minutes confusion reigned, and the Tho ninth lesson Is one of the practhe Taft vote was (42, Just two over chairman was unable to quell It. A tical applications of theso principles a majority. little later, when the Roosevelt adher- which Jesus has been setting forth. On most of the reports tho Rooseents wero making their tlrst fight by Tho ancient high priest with the bells velt leaders did not demand a roll seeking to substitute their own temand !otnegranates upon his garment call. First would come the commitporary roll for that prepared by the carried as much fruit as nolso Into tbo tee report Then a minority report national committee, Mr. Rosewater holy place. So Jesus, this new high with a motion to substitute It Next piped feebly until some one shouted, priest teaches us thst though wo are Chairman Root would turn to Jim "Speak up, little boy." Then he Justified In the sight of (lod by our Watson of Indiana, who would rise to the roar of laughter and let faith wo demonstrate that faith In tho and move to lay the minority motion a clork read his rulings. sight ot men by our actions toward on the table. "Aye" would vote the It waa no easy Job keeping tho groat those about us. Taft men, stolidly. "No o " would crowd ln order, for while the deleIf we are truly and properly spiritcome the long drawn out and loud regates themselves wero mostly grim ually related to him our alms and sponse of the colonel's delegates. And snd tense, apparently Imbued with the prayers and fasting will not be for to the tooting ot "steam ' roller" Idea that they were "making history," the purpose ot attracting tho attention whistles and the Jeering laughter ot there were numerous skillfully placed ot men but each dlsclplo will bo as the Roosevelt men would come the claques In the galleries which Interhis master who sought only to glorify chairman's high pitched "The ayes rupted tho speakers at frequent Inter tho Father. This Is tho man who seem to have It; the ayes have It." vals. builds upon solid ground and whose Evan 8enator RooLSmlled. Hadley Commands Respeot. houso stands amid the breaking storm Even Senator Root himself could Ono man there was who was not rather than the one whose house not not always keep a straight face as subject to ribald Interruptions and so founded goes to pieces amid the this process went on. Once a colored Jeers. That was Governor Hadley of storm. This Is the tenth lesson. Missouri, the Roosevelt field captain. Dominant Notes. Whenever be aroae be was accorded Following these lessons upon the respectful attention and often hearty kingdom Jesus Outside ths Coliseum. the)' Is shown In applause, for even bis political eneeleventh lesson aa depleting John the the front with cutting rebuke for tha mies couldn't think up weak spots In Haptlst's plsce and significance as the discourtesy shown the speaker. his record with which to taunt him. forerunner ot himself Coming all ths way from Europe "OIU" Fllnn, another Roosevelt that position as being and bocauso ot1 the exalted, to second the nomination ot his fighter, was not so fortunate, but he friend, Mr. Taft, John Wanamaker seemed to like the storm that raged among those born ot women yet he who In delivered an address that doubtless about him and did not give an Inch greater humbleness Is llttlo shall be oven than John. John reprewas very excellent Dut only those until squelched by the gavel. Senator close to him could hear his words. Uradley ot Kentucky, too, came In for sented tho end ot tbo old and Joiua "He may bo a fine merchant but he's a share ot "boos" and hisses and was tbo beginning ot the new, Tho last lesson affords us a signifino speaker," said Policeman Rafferty. stirred to rage by many allusions to cant viow, a radiant revelation, or the, "Why didn't he stay in Europe?" the fact that ho had voted ln favor ot compassion nnd at the samo time tho, There was considerable. aurprlses,t Lorlmer. mercilessly keen discernment of, "Heinle" Cochems In Action. Jesus. Ills dealing with her who gave The llttlo flurry ln tho Wisconsin delegation, caused by Mr. Houscr's as. her best as contrasted with Simon, who from only! sertlon that the delegation would not discourtesy hts abundance gave and friendless criticism,' support Governor McOovern for temreal, porary chairman, gave "Heinle" Coch- teaches us what should be tho who! hoart He ems a chance to show somo ot the camo motive ot our lives. to spirit which used to take htm through placency break the shell ot self com, an opposing football eleven. Coch- woman glorified the act of the sinful, who ln contrition broke her ems bad placed McOovern ln nomination, and all had gone swimmingly nlabastcr box at hts foot; he who lov- -, lng much could forglvo much. until Houser got up and protested that Tbore ore two or three notes that, La Follette would not enter Into any combination with any other candidate, are dominant throughout the lessons and therefore the Wisconsin dele- ot this quarter. He, Jesus, who la the gates should not support tho Badger light, not only sets up high standards, governor, who was tho choice of the but at the same time shows men the Roosevelt forces. Rosewater Opens Convention. path of attainment Again In all ot Up Jumped "Heinle" and, being his work there Is a perfect cooperadelegate from Mississippi rose to a given two minutes, oxplalned that the tion ot tho son with tho Father In the point ot order asserting that the Wisconsin delegation In caucus had steam roller was exceeding the speed spilt on the question, but that ho, as carrying out of tho beuettcout work: tills new kingdom. limit. an Individual La Follette delegate, had of Though the old Is set aside It Is "Point of order sustained," said the presented Mcdovern's namo. "Dut," chair, "but I will explain that we are shouted Cochems, squaring his Jaw, not set down, but contrariwise It Is moving swiftly In the hope ot "I daro any progressive dolegate from raised higher, and In Its fulfillment has home for Sunday." Wisconsin to vote for Root." And he ever raised mou higher and nearer As the rest ot the show was little COLONEL ROOSEVELT. EMa good, for .when the hqllot whs lod. formality .the, crowd was but. (Continued on pago 3.) f i , I si-- , ! con-tlo- J I got-tin- g - X THE CITIZEN. Page Three. cautionary measures ngnlnst tuberculosis nnd other infectious maladies. Prevention of Degenerative Dleeaet. Diseases of tho henrt, kidneys ami blood vessels (apoplexy, pnrnlysls) are caused by high pressure living, overeating, Intemperance nny condition Involving unduo ncrvo strain. What may bo done to gunrd ngnlnst these troubles? Tho most rational protec tive measure Is to treat your body Just as you would treat your business or your automobile or your yacht. Unto Is overhauled nnd examined periodically. Whnt would you think of nmnn who put out to sen In a vessel that had been used for years nnd never overhauled or Inspected for leaky boilers, pipes or scams? Is It not obvious that he Invites shipwreck? Hut the nvcrngo mechanic, farmer or business man will embark on a life voyngo nnd wait until something goes wrong beforo bo consents to an overhauling, and then too often in his conceit nnd foolish egotism ho derides the physician who warns him nnd boasts that ho will outlive the doctor or the Insuranco company that refuses to carry his risk. Value of Periodical Examinations. It must be apparent that tills human machine should bo periodically examined for cvldcnco bf commencing strain nnd Impairment Many a vnlunble life could bo saved for years of happy and useful cxlstenco if tho early symptoms of disease were detected nnd A the manner of living changed. downward course may readily be checked if tho dlseaso has not gone too far. Tho wlso man, therefore, will consult bis doctor at least onco a year and listen patiently to advice regarding tho habits of eating, drinking nnd bousing. The periodical Inspection of the whole family Is also desirable. Glvr tho children a chance to bo molded and guided to health and strength Instead of permitting them to grow up like weeds or untrnlned vines. The correction of eye troubles, removal of adenoids, tonsils, etc., proper bnblts of bathing, eating, etc., may completely change tbe destiny of your children. These principles are coming to be recognized as of such extreme Importance that one Inrge llfo insurance company has arranged to give to its policy holders the privilege of free med-lcexaminations once a year, believing that tbe saving of lives will more than offset the expense Involved. Car In Choice of a Home. In choosing a habitation remember that sunlight, fresh air and dry soil tire money savers. By properly choosing your location you may save tbe Interest on tbe mortgage in doctors' bills. See that your borne Is on firm, well r drained ground. Made ground, carefully packed nnd graded. U very likely to cause a dampness In the -' bow-eve- A Romance of Progress TERRIBLE LURE OF LIQUOR By ALBERT TAYSON TERHUNE and SAMUEL JOHNSON-Cfa- nk Dictionary Maker Power Whloh Drags Down Votaries of Cup It Little, Und'eretood Few Awful Examples Related. "If thero eat a glass of whisker on that table, and I knew that If I should drink It I wonld loso my right arm, I could not help but take tho liquor, von though my arm were chopped off piecemeal." Thus expressed himself to tho writ ra man who had spent IS months In a Michigan prison for the commission of a crlmo for which liquor was most largely responsible, writes William II. Vlnn In tho De- STORY OF THE TAFT VICTORY Contlnufil from pne two) troit Journal, la How little wo can understand the w power which drags down tho votaries of tho cup. Bald a man to ono of our pollco captains in Detroit: "I hare not a waking moment when I am free from the crating for liquor." If wo knew more about the lives ftnd expert ehces of the men whose forms go staggering by on our streets, or who stand bfore our bars of Justice, pity would often replace blame and sympathy would occupy tho place of scorn. Last week I met a poor fellow on the street who had been released from police court In tho morning. From his actions It needed no prophet to foretell that be would face the Judge ere long, and sure enough he was In the same court next morning. For over a decade ha has been under the complete domination of John Barleycorn. Ills experiences cauto one to think of tbe custom of certain African chiefs who express their peculiar affection for certain of their subjects by maiming their bodies. Alt sorts of cripples are thus made by these rulers and It Is related that the persona so mal- treated take a particular delight In tbelr sufferings, for to them It Is a mark of tho esteem of their chief. Some years ago, while under the Influence of liquor, the man of whom we are writing lost a limb. He hobbled for a time, but about on a peg-ledrink still held sway orer him. About four yean ago, whllo drunk, he became mixed up with a railroad train and lost an arm at the shoulder limb off on one aids and arm on tho other. Btlll he clung to the glass, or, rather, more properly speaking, the glass clung to him. Somewhere In this city tolls a little, lady of upward of 70 years of age, still earning her own living at housework of a light order. She la the mother of the man above referred to, and he Is her all. Her ono prayer Is that she may be spared to bury her boy. Saying all that she could from her scant earnings, she procured a satisfactory artificial limb for her drink-crateboy. Were that limb possessed of the power of speech It could tell many talcs of adventure whllo supporting Its owner or while reposing back of some bar where It had been "put up" for drinks. One Incident Is recalled. Two years ago Judge Stein requeated the writer to take this unfortunate man to tho carers for the county homo. Noticweet-faced He fought In the worst rainstorm of tbe sea- hard' against the seating of tho two son, one day In Uio middle of tho Tnft delegates from the Fourth diseighteenth century, a man stood on a trict of California, and waa howled at street corner of Lichfield, England. by the Taftlfo galleries. He bobbed He was unprotected from tho weather up on various other occasions, notably by so much as a great coat and wait In a long speech seconding tho nomd meekly, receiving tho delugo of ination of McGorcrn, and was bowled, rain and Jeers of passersby. Ha was a giant In size and strength, enormously fat and clad In shabby, soiled garb. Ills swollen, red faca was blotched, scarred and distorted with scrofula and twitched uncontrollably, his great head rolled from side to sldo and ho muttered constantly to himself. This strange flguro was Dr. Samuel Johnson, greatest mnn of his day, nnd revnlutlonlrer of tho English languago. Ills vigil In the rainstorm was but ono of a thousand eccentricities. As a lad he had refused to go on an errand for his father one rainy day. Now 30 years later It had occurred to him to take this queer way of atoning for bis boyish disobedience. Johnson was the son of an old Ho spent hit boyhood bookseller. reading ravenously every one of hit father't books he could lay hinds on. He had tho rare faculty of remembering everything he read. At 19, though miserably poor, ho went to Oxford. Thero hla ragged clothes, dirty linen and physical oddities made blm a general laughing stock. Then hla father lost what scant meant he had bad. For lack of funds Samuel was forced to leave college without graduBoomers In Congress Hotel. ation. Ho spent tho next few years as schoolmaster, book writer, transla- at again and again. But always Mr. tor and at any other work be could Heney merely grinned nnd held his around, and waited for the tempest to pick up. Hut his eccentricity, ttrange appear- anco and overstrung nerves proved a great drawback. Hla wagging head, dirty grimaces, slovenly, facial mnn In tho convention. taken nifrreeTT Badgers" voted" for fie governor and tho other thirteen split up their votes among Nprth Dakota men and Mr. Houser, Howlt for Heney. FYir tlrrlnr un a temnest. Francis J. Heney was unequalled by any other J filmull, JusVajTHio sli6urcra" Tegan to get a hit weary, n pretty young woman was spied In the front row of the west gallery wildly waving a big portrait of Colonel Hoosevelt and yelling at the, top of her muslcnl voice. Sho Mrs. William A. Davis of Chicago, and her efforts were rewarded by a renewal of tho uproar, which now changed to shouts of "Wo want Teddy." Certain of tho colonel's publicity promoters, quick to seize upon the Incident, mado their way Into the gallery and led Mrs. Davis downstairs and to tho speaker's stand. She was boosted onto tho platform, and, with tho standards grouped In front of her, led the Hoosevelt forces In a redoubled Home Course In Health Culture XIV. Disease Prevention In the Home Dy EUGENE Copyright, 1910, L. FISK, M. D. by American Press Association. demonstration. Finally tho patience of Chairman Hoot nnd Sergeant at Arms Stone was HO would n J give a trifle to prevent wlint ho would exhausted, and tho pollco were told to give a thousand worlds to escort Mrs. Davis away with orders to Dr. Young, who euro?" resume hor seat or leave the hall. Sho wroto these words, had a bnblt of chose tho former alternative. "seeing things nt night," but not In Colonel Roosevelt Pleated. During all this uproar there were tho popular sense of this expression. constant rumors that the demonstra- Ho wroto "Night Thoughts," but saw tion had been by the very clearly the principle, which tho Hoosevelt men, and that the colonel medical profession Is now currying himself wni nn htn wnv In (tin frill. out well expressed In tho homely old seum. The latter part of this certain- - phrase, "An ounce of prevention Is ly was not true, for Colonel Hoosevelt ' worth a pound of cure." sat In his hotel room receiving bulletScourges of the Past. ins on tho proceedings. he When Tho horrors of pestilence nnd unnecheard that there was something in the essary dtsenso that nllllcted our forenature of a stampede for Hadley, ho fathers aro almost unbelievable In said: "I am glad of it." tbeso days, and yet during tho dark Senator Dcpew looked on with great ages they were accepted ns a matter Interest, and said ho believed the demonstration was entirely spontaneous, and that It looked aa though Hadley would be a third candidate. Tho uproar lasted In all nearly an hour, and was decidedly diverting, but did not accomplish anything. For when It came to a roll rail, the Taft forces tabled Deneen's motion with a vote of lj 6,4 to 610, thus showing an Increased strength over the vote on temporary chairman of six votes. , The entire delegation from Hawaii had shifted back to the Taft side. More Threats of Ejection. "Fighting niH".Fllnn again ran foul w v ing hla limb was replaced by a wooden peg, on Inquiring wo learned It had been put up for security for a drink bill In a saloon not two blocks away from tho pollco court. On payment of 48 cents the limb waa secured and the mart nt to Klolse. At present the poor follow Is being upheld by tho peg-leagnln. That waa a peculiar stunt which was "pulled off" by a resident at McGregor mission many years ago. Becoming very thirsty, and possessing no bolnngtngs which would srvo aa security, ho bethought himself of his false toeth, and back of tho bar they went ns warrant for tho payment of tho drinks. Still, thero was more g sense In ono above referred to, for while a drinking mnn needs all the legs ho can get, ho can very well dispense, with tho molars, which are a useless lux- ury at such a time, as ho cannot drink henvlly and oat. No crusader ever followed Peter tho Hermit with a greater devotion than tho drinker pursues his "cup;" no howling or dancing, dervish can equal the utter abandon of him who "tarries long at the wine." What does he not surrender at tho call of that demon ruml Fortuno. family, friends, health, life even all aro ungrudgingly offered to hla thirsty god, and ho will beg, steal or starvo that ho may keep tfia fires aglow on tho unholy altar. The great Taul tolls us "(Jod loveth a cheerful giver." In the Oreck tho word translated "cheerful' 'Is 'from which cornea our word "hilarious." Very fow aro tho disciples of the Master who give themselves and their belongings ns hilariously as does the votary nt the alUr of Bacchus. "hll-arlo- this transaction than In the Accident Days. An Investigation Into tho causes of accidents nmong Industrial workers carried on for a number of years In Germany shows that tho greatest number of casualties occur on Saturday, whllo Monday la a close second. Tho largo number of accidents on Saturdays la goncrally explolnod by tho fatlguo of tho week tolling on tho mon, but It Is noted also that tho Monday accidents aro about as numor-ouThis gives rlsa to tho suggestion that the day of rost ts sometimes not too wlsoly spent. Medical. Record. s. Never Deneflalal. "Alcohol Is never beneficial to a pr ion la health." Dr. II. Leo Norrls. and uncoutn waJP, exercise, regular sleep, plain mado a bad ,m. food, fresh air and kind thoughts will presslon. If he were asked to a literary reception he heal you of your diseases, pluck from wat quite likely to create a diversion by snatching off a lady's slipper its sorrows, and put you close to all the memory or clawing her false hair, or by sudgood there is in this world." denly shouting a line from the Lord's Prayer. At the few dinners he was genius ate Invited to tho ravenously, tearing his food Ilk a wild beast and growling over It. Tbe English tongue and English lit- subside. Tie took some very vicious erature were growing. Certain ety- pokes at his adversaries In tho Taft of CHaffman noof and agam" fEe senmologies and lexicons wero In use, ranks, likening A. E. Stevenson of ator threatened to have him ejected but the language had no dictionary Colorado to Abe Huef, whom he from the hall If be did not Bhow propworthy of the name. 8everal book- helped to send to tho penitentiary, er respect for the speakers. Fllnn subsellers combined and hired Johnson and speaking rather unkindly of Sen- sided with evident reluctance. While Thomaa H. Devlne of Coloto compile. In two volumes, a comand other "bosses." rado was arguing against the Deneen Boles plete dictionary of the English lan- ator hoots Penrose and Jeers. Moro motion, W. H. Featherstonp of the guage. For this mammoth work he Finally 8ergeant-at-Arm- s 8tone an- Texas delegation kept yelling at blm. waa allowed seven years' times and on behalf of Chairman nounced, This aroused the ire of Swator Root 14,600. He was obliged to employe a that those who treated the Ho walked to the front of the stage small army of lesser writers to help put again. ato up bis speaker with disrespect would be all him, and this quickly building. Considering "Gentlemen of the convention," said profits. He had no rich patron, as out of the things Mr. Heney said to and he, "I don't know whether you want had most writers of the. time, for he the and his faction to hear what Is said on this serious could not truckle to the great. He about Mr. Hosewnter committee In tho pre- subject, but I want to say to you worked on In poverty. His wife died, of the national leaving him alone In the world These liminaries to tho convention, this was (pointing. to Featherstone) that, delewere tho darkest years of Johnson's taken rather kindly of the Uttlo man gate or no delegate. If you don't preserve order the sergeant at arms will life. His mother, whom bo had sup- from Omaha. Police Intermittently Active. bo directed to put you out." ported out of his lean purse, also died, army of Chicago supplied a small Root was loudly applauded. Feather-iton- e and to pay her funeral expenses he wroto his great philosophical novel policemen to assist In keeping order Insisted he was merely trying to and handling the crowd, and they did :orrect "Itasselos." misstatements. their duty nobly, by fits and 6tarts. Then, In 1755. appeared his great The second day did not get the Desplto all precautions, the doorkeepdictionary. It was not only the first much farther on its way to hordes of their friends, who lomlnatlons and adjournment. The real English dictionary ever pub- ers let Inup the aisles. At Intervals Ightlng was continued, but the results blocked lished, but the clearness, scope and commanding officer would open beautiful languago of its definitions somo really Inspire eithwould bo a sud- were not such as to formed a new literary era and caused bis eyes, and there er tho Taft or the Roosevelt forces of the passage ways, den clearing out a revoltulon In literature. renewed hope of ultimate victory. accompanied by violent pushlngs and with Now that he was successful, the Women Delegates Cheered. Inprotosta. Some of these. A Indlgnnnt world flocked to do him homago. California's two woman delegates-M- rs. truders wore false, bade, which coterie of writers, actors and statesFlorence C. Porter of Los men formed about him. Ho wat their served until n suddenly efficient poand Mrs. Isabella W. Blaney of discovered the trick nnd Saratoga cast the first national conoraclo and Idol. With pompout superi- liceman to tho door with vention votes ever given to members over them, rushed the offenders ority ho tyrannlied a mighty roar. bullied them, of their sex by nny great political by Pros- - tured tnemi mado Of all the nuisances with which the party. They went with tho progresperlty. tnom nBten In re- police had to contend, the assistant sives, voting for McGovern, and as wero the worst. each rose to her feet to announce her spectful silence to his endless ora- sergennts-nt-arnitions. At the Cheshire Cheese and With nothing much to do, and no- choice she was chered by the deleother places of the kind ho wat wont where to sit, these hangers on, num- gates and the audience. court, bering many hundreds, were In everyto hold a species of Mrs. Porter was the first to vote. with himself as undisputed king and one's wny. Sometimes tho exaspera- She spoko out loudly, and her voice ted "cops" hustled them like ordinary could bo heard distinctly on tho rosdespot He grew Indolent, shunned work of all sorts and lived on his citizens, to tho delight of trum. Mrs. Illaney's answer was not past record. In earlier years be had so distinct, when her name'was called, railed at the custom of pension givWild Demonstration for Hadley. but the clerks managed to catch ing, atyllng It "pay given to a state Hadley was tho man of the second name. hireling ti betray hit country." Yet day's session Hadley of Missouri. He Tho cheering for the two women was when th new monarch, George in., bad stepped forward to speak In sup- not confined to any ono section of the offered him a pension of $1,500 a year port of Governor motion great hall. The McGovern men yelled Deneen's Johnson promptly accepted. which was designed to prevent tbe 78 the loudest, perhaps, because It was At about this time be mot James contested delegates voting on their their candidate, who got the women's Boswell, a young Scotch lawyer. own cases, but before ho could utter a votes, but tho Taft people cheered Johnson hated Scotland, but took a word pandemonium broke loose. In a also, out of courtesy, apparently. As fancy to Doswell, saying In explana-tloa- : moment every Hoosevelt delegate was for the audience. It was the novelty of "Much may bo done with a on his feet shouting "Hadley, Hadley," tho thing that won their enthusiasm. Scotchman It ho Is caught young." and even tho Taft cohorts could not "I did not mind It at all," said Mrs. Doswell religiously took down all keep their seats. Then the enthusiasts Porter. "In fact, I enjoyed the expeepigrams and later pub- began to pull up their state standards rience. I was the first woman who Johnson's lished hla recollections of the great and march with them, whllo the gallerhad ever done anything of tho sort, lexicographer In one of tho most fas- ies loaped to tliolr feet, waving bats and when I got up I felt a good deal over written. and handkerchiefs and papers and Wss a cinating biographies Jonncf Arc I was making Jits- Johnson filled his bouse with beg- howling at the top of their voices. Cal(Continued on Tag l'lvc) gars and decayed gentlefolk, whom ho ifornia's golden Teddy Bear led tbe supported and who quarelled among way, and New Jersoy, Missouri and 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE themselves and bullied their benefac- North Carolina followed close behind. tor as he bullied tho world. West Virginia, Ohio and Oklahoma fell But at length these mendicants died, Into line, and thero was a mighty roar ts did many of Johnson's closest as "Hill" Fllnn grabbed Pennsylvania's Alone In the world, embit- standard and led his followers past the friends. tered, and suffering from a combina- front of the speaker's stand. Minnetion of fatal maladies, the man who sota and Malnu now Joined tho shoutTRADE IV1AHKS DESI0N8 the English lan- ing procession, nnd peoplo all over tho had revolutionized CnDvniRUTfl Ae guage, and who feared death with a hall began to say that If nominations - .Lal)l .'1.1 i1arl M I.M1 PIB quickly atwtnln our opinion free wltvOier au terror almost chlldllko In Its unrea- wero In ordor, it would bo no trick at lilTlll)ill U proliatilr iwlenliihln. ('ouin.uiiU. died on Deoember 13, all to put tho governor of Missouri at sonableness, ttoimtrlctlrnminioiiluil. HANDBOOK un 1'atrula paUM. anry lor ant fin. Ol.l-17S4, leaving an unparalleled record tho, head of tho ticket. 1'ateiiU taken tbrouiih Mumi A Co. reenltre Wliil nuflcf, without ctrao. In tuo of long and successful battle against Pretty Woman Increases Furore. circumstances, and standing out forFor a long tlmo Governor Hadley ever as tho oddest, most picturesque stood smiling and helpless, with Jim waeklr. I.mtwt A nandfomelf flguro In tbe world of letters. leriin. $1 a ul anr rltntltt Watson of Iudlana by his sldo. Then (Copyrighted.) feri (ouriuoiitU,L tWIJbjkil TittwiUoAl.rt. they sat down, holess.of stilling .the & Co.36,B'd"-- '' New York MUNN Wrecked Sue- - Eccentricity clothes and linen UTWrODERATE . half-starve- Rose-wate- r, n semi-rega- l seat-holder- morin window ventilation. Have plenty ot window space and so arrange your rooms that they are thoroughly ventilated and well lighted. of course and variously ascribed to "acts of God" or "the evil one," according to the.point of view. We do not read in tho sprightly romances of Dumas and others who have thrown a glamour over history thut "Itch" was n common, not to say general. ntUlctlon at the court of France nnd thut the great Napoleon suffered from this trouble becnuso no one knew Its causo or simple treatment. It seems dllllcult to realize that In the old duys a person who was not pockmarked from smallpox was conspicuous In the streets of London. The custom of sleeping in bunks In the wall, of using rushes or straw for floor covering, lu the meshes of wblcb refuse scraps from the table and other filth were allowed to accumulate, was regarded in the old days as a uatural and healthful modo of existence. The custom of dipping germ Infected fingers Into large dishes of food containing tbe genernl supply for the family was followed by tho Four Hundred during the middle ages, when tbe "blnck death" aud other scourges spread n desolation of which It Is dltil cult to form any conception In these days of comparative "sweetness and light." Hut we must not lay too much flattering unction to our souls. Taking Into account the advances in science nnd knowledge of the causation of disease, we are today relatively Just as neglectful ns our forefathers. Heck-les- s and careless habits In defiance of disease risks are still common enough nnd are responsible for a tremendous waste of life. The Fall In the Death Rate. In the registration area of the United States the death rate has fallen from 10.0 per 1.000 In 1S90 to 15.4 In 100S. In Massachusetts tho death rate has fallen from 10.4 In 1S00 to 17.5 in 1007. In England nnd Wales It has fallen from 10.5 In 1S00 to 14.7 In 100S; In Sweden from 17.1 In 1S00 to 14.0 In 100S. aud In Franco from 22.8 In 1S00 to 14.0 In 100S. This ts a splendid showing, but when wo nnnlyzo tbe material from which these figures are derived we find that tho death rate among young people has fallen moro than 30 per cent, while tho death rata among tho middle uj,ed and elderly has either been slightly affected or markedly Increased, according to tho locality Investigated. In Massachusetts tho lucrease In the death rate at advanced ages Is really startling and doubtless rellects n condition general throughout tho country Wo know that tho degenerative dU' cases affecting middle life and old age apoplexy, heart disease, Brlgllt's dls ease, artcrlnl diseases, etc. havo In creased 105 per cent during the past thirty years In tho registration area, and an Increase in tho mortality nt the ages affected" would naturally follow such as Is exhibited lu tho Massachu setts statistics. nut tho limit of prevention and Im cellar and around tbe foundations. Do not settle near a marshy pond or sluggish stream If you can Help It. a southern exposure Is desirable. Have plenty of window space, nnd so Arrange your rooms that those moi constantly occupied bedrooms, living rooms, etc. are thoroughly ventilated nnd well lighted. Tbe best room in tbe bouse should be used by tbe family, not by nn occasional guest. If tbe soli is damp the subsoil must be drained below the foundation and tho cellar floors and walls thoroughly 'cemented. Absolute dryness may be attained by having hollow walls. Bricks are undesirable for cellar walls, as they absorb moisture. Stone Is likewise, porous and retains moisture. Slate or cement coatings will obviate tbe danger. ft Scientific flimrican. provomcnt among tho Infectious tllx eases that affect young lives has not yet been reached. These diseases, such ns typhoid, cholera Infantum, tubercu losls, etc., should bo absolutely crmll rated. . l Proper sanitation, especially lu districts, Is greatly needed and tuoro thorough observance of the pre Heating. have a hot air furnace bo sure It Is of good quality, gas proof and that the air supply Is drawn from outside and not frotntbo cellar or any damp or dusty location. See that a water reservoir Is attached to tho and kept tilled. If other methods of beating by direct radiation are employed somo provision should bo mado for changing the air of the room. Many special ventilating systems have been Invented, and If means penult these should be Investigated and a deslrablo ono Installed when the house Is built. Stagnant, vitiated, overheated, dusty or dump air is a menace to health. Exclude theso conditions from your home. It can be done. Water Supply. If there Is no general water supply system in your locality, beware of shallow wells, surface springs or water from any doubtful source. A deep driven well far removed from any possible source of contamination, should be secured, If possible; other wlso cistern water, held In a slate or cemented cistern, is safer. Suspected water should always be boiled. I havo elsewhere dwelt upon tho Importance of proper sewage, disposal, but It cannot be too ofteu stated that tbo old fashioned methods employed la tbo country aro barbarous and un worthy of n civilized nation. Stud this question carefully and adopt a system, whether surfaco Irrigation or portable dry earth closet, etc., that will protect your family and your neighbors from dlseaso. If greater caro is uot exercised la this regard tbo stnto must step ta and act vigorously to protect tho community from typhoid, hookworm nnd other maladies duo to coil pollution. The Home Atmstphere. It Is not sutllclent to keep physical germs out of tho homo otmosphore. Tho germs of discord, strife and confusion are also prejudicial to health A household where iiothlng ever hup IK'ned and everything nlwuys worked smoothly would be n great bore, lu.i thero Is n "golden mean." character tzed by putlenc. forbearance, system and order In tho household relation nd goveruiiiout. If you fur.-nac- o -- THE CITIZEN. '.Mr. nnd Mrs. I. L. Isaacs of Irvine spent Snturday nnd Sunday with Mrs. Inacs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Jackson. Miss Bess Marsh left, Wednesday, for Chautauqua, N. Y whero sho will une 27, ion. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Mr. Mrs. K. H. '.Mrs. Allen 8ooooooooooooo ooooooooooooot Wallace's and have chargo of tho Berea Cottage during the summer 8?nson. DR. BEST, DENTIST citt DAN H. BRECK Office over mom? tss Berea Bank & Trust Co. Fire, life, Accident, and live Stock INSURANCE Will sign your bond. Phone 505 Richmond, Ky. T. J. COYLE ATTORNEY AT LAW Will practice in Madison and adjoining counties. Office in Berea National Bank L. A N. TIME TABUB. 10:65 p. m. 7:00 a. m. 3:61 a. m. 1:04 p. m. 7:45 a. m. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound Looal :15 p. m. 6:30,. m. Cincinnati 12:34 P. m. 12:32 a. in. BEREA :M p. KaoxTlUt Kaoxvllle BEREA North Bound Local Express Tralna Stop to Uks on and let off passengers from beyond Dayton, O., or from Atlanta and beyond. South Bound 1:00 a. m. Ciaolnnatl 11:44 a. m. UBHBA North Bound 4:46 p. m. BEREA 8:37 p. m. Cincinnati A PLEA :5 We have heard a number of complaints recently from subscribers and sonio others In Berea that we have failed to mako mention of the coming and going of their friends. And, this Is true, for, try as 110 doubt, best we can to watch the trains and to know what Is going on in every home in the community, there 13 much that escapes us. But, really, we would shllt the blame. Our and other friends should with us and should drop In the the postofflce a note giving names of their visitors, the length 0 tlmo they are expected to Btay or have stayed, where they live, 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 tlmo 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 Mr. A. D. Todd of tho class of '12, daugh left, Sunday, for Harbor Spring, Wallace, and Mich., whero ho will be employed for little grandchild have been spend "tho summer. ing several days with them. Profs. E. C. Scale, C. D. Lewis and Baker was visiting J. E. Calfoo aro attending the Stato Miss Myrtle other Educational Convention which Is bewith 71188 Lucy Hayes and ing held nt Ixnilsvlllo this week. friends nt Dig Hilt last week. The M If sou Elizabeth Marsh, Edith Mr. D, G. Halro of Canandalgna, N. Frost. Helen Dlzney, Maude 11 ml Hel Y., government engineer of construcen Bowman and Lola Ambrose left, tion, is now completing the plko built Wednesday, for a six week's stay last year from tho post office up at Lako Chautauqua, N. Y. Pres. Chestnut St. Frost accompanied the party. Dr. W. N. Craig's family are expect "Banner Ilargnln Day" July 3rd. ed In Heron next Friday. They will waists. occupy tho cottago on Estill Street, Special Sale- on ready-mad- e Have a nlco assortment ot tailored recently vacated by Mr. Dager's famishirt waists, fancy waists In voile, ly. linen, nnj fIoxun, black waists In silk The Mlssoo Viola Click and Esther and India linen. Mrs. S. U. liakcr. Tennenbaum who were badly bruised 1'. L. Hacker Is at Hartford, Arte., In a runaway last week are rapidly and vigorously engaged In Sunday recovering. School work. Wm. Tho Messrs. Geo. Bowman, Prof. Ira B. Pcnnlman. sometime Dlzney and Junior Edwaids left, at tho head of the Musical Depart Wednesday, for Fort Daniel Boone ment nt Berea. was married at Ply Camp, where they will enjoy themmouth, Ohio, on June l'Jth to Grace selves with other boy scouts from '.Warguroltto llalmcr. Irof. Pennlman various parts of the state for ten and wife will bo at home after Sept. days. first at 1734 East UOth St., Cleve her Miss Nora Welch Is visiting land, O. sister, Mrs. Edward Fotherglll, fct House cleaning Is now In full blast Loudon, this week. and don't forget the new furnishings Mr. .1. K. Baker nnd family mndo a at Welch's. fishing trip to Valley View 4ast Mr. and "Mrs. C. B. Holder are the week, returning, Sunday. They had proud parents of a little son, born splendid luck and brought bark 2'J June 19th. Ho has been named James nice catfish. Accompanied by several William in honor cf his two grand friends they took a boat to Boones" fathers. lioro and visited Boones' monument.. Miss Grace Farmer visited friends Mrs. P. B. Lewis who has been sick for somo time is able to bo and relatives at McKee, Jackson Co., last week. out again. Mr. Dana W. Bailey, instructor and leader of tho College Band, durlns the oast year, after spending a lew days at his home at Newton Falls, O., will be nt Chautauqua, X. Y for the romalnder of the summer, where he v.ill tako a special course In music. Mr. Bailey's work with the band in the nast year has been a grand suc cess and has given tho band a reputa tion that will bo enduring. Tho only real up to date line of buggies In Madison County, now at Welch's. Mr. Fred Julian, on his way to his home, at Roan Mountain, Tenn., from Columbus, O., where he has Just been discharged from the U. S. Army en account of disability. Is spending this week with relatives, Mr. J. C. Bow - REFRIGERATORS Are now on display at Welch's Furniture and Rug Department. All sizes and prices. with my other son, Stanley, formerly manager of The Citizen. Stanley Is now News Editor of tho Detroit News. Norman Is to make n trip abroad this summer, earning n part of his way by helping conduct a party, nnd will study next year In Columbia SOLD IN BULK AND SERVED AT MY DRUG STORE n University. Wo got breakfast Ietrolt nnd took n trolly for the Phone your order twenty-eigmile ride to Ypsllnntl. Ypsllantl was celebrating Its sixC. E. PORTER, Ph. C. tieth nnlversary nbout the samo ngi Ky. as Berea. Like Berea, It has steadi10 Phone ly grown from the beginning, and on' could hardly tell at Ypsllantl that DROPPED HPDDF.NLY TcX 10 any other schools had been planted No child rou Id do rest mental It any moro than one could around tell at Berea that other schools have come Into Kentucky since wo wero tho established. Ypsllantl Is still great Normal School. This year It graduates 735 students. '.Many of these The Observer Takes a Trip had been graduated In March so that With a Camera. a smaller number received certiorates last Wednesday. This occasion wns also memorable as completing the ten year presidency AS BLEAK AS A CATTLE BARN of Dr. L. II. Jones. Dr. Jones has been 0110 of the most iiiHrtulit schod n.en In the country. It wns he who For Whit Pupils a "Cry mndo the grent fight In separating Sehoolhoues nd Thote For Colored Ing Shame" AH A CATTLS HAtlM, 1ILKAK tho schools from politics In IndianapChildren Almoit Beyond the Flight work with this difference In tempercompleted 0 simiolis, and later he of Imagination. ature In the schoolroom, and there lar victory In Cleveland. Simply to show Hint theo condi- was grate dnnger for the children was given In the Tho nddress physically." conchaH'l, or assembly room, which Is tions, these same wretched school If the white schools III old Kentucky Htnte nnd could ditions, lire common nil our the not so large as our chniol, n re hml the negui schools in many I went to Daviess county, In tho westnre nlliiosl beyond the tllgbt contain only the faculty, tho graduern purt of Keutucky. This In nnother localities ates and a very few of their friends. of those old, rich communities that of ImnKliiiitiou. At h small vllliigo In this eoimty of Duvlcss I run across There was singing by Mrs. Peacock were luxurious nnd prosperous Ion any worse tbnii of Detroit, a friend whom wo shall before tho civil war. nnd It Is therefore very oor one. not hnd wen. but It was rather others In Keren. Then cane able to build nnd epilp comfortable sometime hear peculiar In Us st)le of architecture. my nddress, and then tho graduates schools for nil of "the children within The windows were broken, tho door marched over the platform In long Its borders. Out In whnt Is known lis j unlocked mid partly njnr. tbe front a the but I must not show pictures nnd steps entirely gone, nnd Iho fence tlint procession, each one receiving tell nnmes nt the same tlmo where I diploma, or certificate, from 1 "resiseparated the building from corn, tobacco, liny and wheat are ' hnd once except roadway Imd dent Jones. grown In perfection, I discovered n the some lonely plecen of posts. On Following these public exercises, poor little school building Hint wns , for saw u pushing open tho loose door wo had a Graduates' Lunchion In most rendy to go to pieces. Its front blenk Interior, with trnsh covering a tho gymnasium, following which thero looked ns If the children hnd needed badly warped Hoor. The room containwero brief addresses by Hon. W. J. extra fuel or kindling during the cold ed rusty stove, overflowing ushes on Stnte weather for their old buttered drum to the lliHir. nnil two rickety benches McKonc, a member of tho stove. 1 nm glnd to lie able to sny that made of undressed lumber. Tbe wnlls of the room were mnde of uudrcssed siding milled to studding and strlpixd. There hnd never been nny Inner wnll of planter or celling to keep out tho cold. IT WAS AH BLEAK AS A ICE CREAM, SHERBETS and ICES ht Berti, DAVIESSSCHOOLS 11 1 J nl-- 1 11 CATTLE HA UN. Is It nuy wonder Hint Illiteracy stalk n menarlug figure nbout the old state of "the dnrk and bloody ground T" To assist Iu the strong campaign tiecptwnry for tbe development of the cducntlonnl movement buttons bear-luthe Inscription "My f for Improvement Kentucky schools" are to l sold by the educational committee In Louis-tlllg A ALMOST man and family. Mr. Goo. W. Hook, teacher of Carpentry, recently left for Peoria, 111 , where ho will attend tho Bradley Polytechnic school for several weeks. Mr. Martin Joneo of "Wlldte visited friends in Borea, Tuesday. Mr. Oscar Hays Is in Cincinnati tnis week on business. Mr. Seward Marsh Is now general land inspector for the government nt Spokesville, Virginia. Dr. Robert Robinson, after visiting with homefolk3 in Clay County, lor the past few weeks, returned to Be rea last Monday. Mr. Thoa. Terry left, Wednesday, Hare you aeen Welch's new fence 25 cents per rod I Miss May Harlson spent from Thursday until Sunday with relatives and friends at Big Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Muncy were at homo to a large number of their friends last Friday evening on Forest Street. Mr. J. W. VanWinkle of Mt. Vernon was visiting with his children in town last week. !Mr. G. W. Trcadway of Paint Lick was a Berea visitor, Sunday. .Miss Etta Lewis spent the latter part of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Will Haley at Big Hill. Quln Wilson came, Sunday, from Versailles for a visit with his parents. Mr. J. B. Richardson went to Cincinnati last Saturday on business and will return the last of this week. The Misses Ruth and Helen Blck-ne- ll spent several days of last week with relatives at Big Hill. III (Miss Grace Adams was quite at the first of the week. Welch's fertlllur has Just what your soil needs, and saves you money at $20 per ton. Mrs. Eben Handy and lltie son who bad boen visiting here for the past three weeks left last Saturday for their home In Covington, Ky. Judge T. J. Coyle spent a few day In McKeo last week. at WELCH'S Y, M, C, A, DELE6ATES RETURN of Michigan, Board of Education (who surprised me by remembering that he had heard me speak eighK. teen years ago.) Mrs. Phoebe Lovell of Crowley, La., a graduate of the class of '77, Mr. W. Glenn Cow-c-ll of Cold Water, Mich., of tho class of "J7, and Mr, Robert W. Wald I the class of 1912. however, The great Impression, was the speech from the faculty which wa3 represented by Prof. E. A. Strong, a venerable man, who had been connected with the Institution Prof. almost from the beginning. Strong said that In his young boyhood be had an uncle who had strongly opposed his going to bchool; he had lived to see education more fully appreciated; he believed that education Is improving In our own time; that there Is moro religion nnd moro patriotism iu the school than thero U3)d to be. He gave Interesting accounts of graduates of tho Ypsllantl Normal School who had wrought great transformations In obscure places. One could see tho reason very plainly for the great affection In which Prof. Strong Is held by all students of THE RACKET STORE MRS. EARLY The delegates from tho local Y. will for Oshkosh, Wis., where ho M. C. A. to the Southern Students' spend the summer. conference at Black Mountain, N. C, FOR SALE: 4 foot wire fencing at have all passed thru Berea enrouto 25 cents per rod at Welch's. Messrs. Porter, on to their home3. The Nino buggies sold at Welch's Sellers, Hall, Fagan and Wlllet rep "Buggy Day" shows what the people resented Berea at tho conference. think of good buggies. were represented with for Fifteen states Pres. Frost left, Wednesday, an attendance ot 30J delegates. Chautauqua, N. Y., where he win Three of the Berea delegation made spend two weeks. the 40 mile tiarap to Mt. Jlltchell, Mrs. Barbara Jackson Moore and the highest peak East of the Rockies, Justus and Cecil Jackson are visiting nnd report the experience well worth with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. while. D. W. Black of Speedwell this week. The whole conference was charactMrs. Pat Reams and family cf erized by the local representatives as Paris aro visiting relatives iu town the most enjoyable, most helpful and most beneficial event of thslr lives. this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. Burdette moved to PROPERTY WANTED their bungalow on tho Burdette Moun Will pay cash for projerty In Maditain last week to spend the summer. The dato of sailing of Mr. and Mrs. son County, wherever we can get Ko Hezeklah Washburn, who aro to go tho best location and bargain. to Africa as missionaries, which was agonts wanted. Write full description, location nnd price to Mrs. C. W. to havo been July 27th, will be postJohnston, London, Ky. poned a month In crdcr to mako connection with the Congo steamer. The quickest way to cure "blues" Mr. Carl Hayslett and Miss Francis Is to Identify them. If you look back g Johnson of Indianapolis, Ind., aro a little and discover that your woe friends and relatives ut Kerby has no reasonable cause, and that They will visit you "Just feel like feeling bo," jrou Knob this week. next know Mr. J. K. Baker and family that tho condition Is physical. week. That knowledge puts you on the road Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Jackson of to recovery, for the physical condispent Saturday and Sunday tion begins to improve as soon as with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jackson. you find there is nothing worse tho Prof. James Watt Raino returned matter. June Homo Companion. from Ulack '.Mountain, Wednesday, where ho has been visiting the Y. LETTER FROM PRES. FROST W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. conferencss (Continued fron for the past throo weeks. WANTED: 60 boys to sell novelmate from that of Kentucky. My son ties In fairs, picnics, shows and ball Norman, met me at the station. Ho games. Be first write today. Send lias Just completed his third year of 10 ceuU for terms, postage, etc. teaching as suerintendent of schools In a small town In Minnesota and W. T. Hodgeu, Campbeltsvllle, Ky. was spending a few days In Detroit Box 232, vis-Rinrg HUD! TO DO TO HECKS. Mrs. II. II. Rolx'tts has been hold? s new building U sooti to replace this one, und It Is high time, for tbe county Ing sen Ices nt Hnrt Settlement thru superintendent said: tho whiter nnd spring with good re"It's a shame, a crying shame. I sults. know It and feel It all the time; so do Through tho kludness of Mr. Jones any number of other superintendents tho congregation hnvo met In his all over tbe stnte. But whnt can we do when the general public simply church liuuc, as thu firo destroyed tbe says over nnd over ngaln, 'I went to a the hoiiHo which belonged to school like that one, got my education, Society lant fall. all I ever had, and whnt was good A II no subscription of one hundred enough for me Is good enough for my dollars towards a new building was own children, I reckonV" made Inst Sunday thru tho efforts We went Inside the old shack, and of Prof. Lewis and Mr. J. W. llern-nO- i. the county sujierlntendeut asked me to This flno beginning wilt be folrough walls, the kulfe look nt the hewn desks of n pattern long out of lowed up till enough Is raised to erect tho needed structure. You may help. date. Then he said: "What kind of work can you get SUMMER OFFICE HOURS out of 'em when It's so much worse than they are lined to at home! President's office (kept by his Mighty rough, isn't It? But Hint Isu't the real tough part of It. I came out secretary), 10 to 11 dally. here during n sudden cold simp Inst Secretary's office, 10 to 12 dally. winter to see how they could hent the Treasurer's office, 10 to 12 dally. school. You'll notice they have a piece Registrar's offlco 10 to 12 dally of an old stove In the middle of the' .'I to 4, except Wodiiesday and Saturroom nnd there Is no protector nbout It to distribute tbe hent. I mnde tbe day. Dean of Labor, 11 to 12 dally. child who wns sitting next to the store more his sent, and I placed a Library, 2 to 5 Sunday, Tuesday, thermometer where he hnd been sit Thursday and Friday. 0:30 to 8:20 ting, busy with his lessons. THE1 r. m., Monday, Wednesday and SatMEItCURY RACED UP TO 110 DE-- , urday. GREES. I took the same thermom Store, 10 to 11 Monnnd hung It ngnlint tlio far wall' eter o I"" day, Wednesday and Friday, the wind shaken bouse. 600DSTART WHAT TO WEAR Walk-Ov- er This Spring? What Color? What Cloth? What Style? Buster Brown Shoes FOR Shoes for Men Boys AND Ypsllantl. cf Leaving the hospitable home Prof. Lyman, we made our way back to Detroit where we enjoyed supper, ut Stanley'n house, cooked by Melissa Ballard, and then took a night train for Cincinnati. It was hard to wrench myself away from friends and duties In Berea, but somo such exchanges of visits aro due to tho great fellowship ot Christian educators. Faithfully yours, Wm. Goodell Frost. AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS ONLY Girls Let Us Help You Decide Srpf) You will find it so easy and satisfactory to make your decision from our Elegant New Spring Style. Kvery one admires the beautiful styles and marvels at the attractive prices we are offering. Your new suit will surely come from here if you see the elegant garments and try them on. We are ready to show you the best values you can get anywhere. Merchandise of quality at fair prices. Kldd and Cornellson will In tho future give tho automobile business old their exclusive attention. Tho stand, Telephone No. 22. HAYES BEREA, "We Quality Store" GOTT KENTUCKY Tune 37, STORY igi2. "THE LORD LOVETH 8IVER" THE CITIZEN. A CHEERFUL Page Five OF THE TAFT VICTORY (Conllnunl from pg" Ihrtc loTyTor UTi women" 'AmBrlc, though In a slightly different way than Joan made It for France." "O," iald Mrs. Illaner, "I Juit vot. td, that'i all. Really, t can't recall how the experience affected me." Fllnn Threatened With Ejection. Just after the Tote on the temporary chairmanship had been announced and Senator Hoot had taken the gavel the contention hall wttneaiied a dlaturb-iince- . It was ended only after Stone had nent word to William Fllnn and the member of the Tr Pennsylvania delegation that unlc-- s "Insulting the chairman" they cea-c- d he would hare them ejected from the .h m hall. Hoot had Just begun hli pooch with phrase, "HpIIoto that I appreciate fjmrciilon at conQilencfi," when tlio whole Pennsylvania delegation broke Into Jeera. "Vou'ro a receiver of atolen goods." ted It. It. Quay. Hoot," demanded Fllnn, "are you willing to take this tarnl-hc- d 1 Hall. Looking from the Gallery. Mr H'notTcowir"nfc, resumed hfs"place at the tnble. Senator Hoot's voice could not be heard halt way down the, hnll. As the senator sat there "Illll" Kllnn, with a cigar stub In the corner of his mouth and his straw bat Jammed down on his head, climbed over the stage ratling. He stepped up to Senator Hoot, shook hands, and conferred with him for several minutes, leaving Just as Root rcsumod speaking, When Mr Hoot resumed the entire rear part of tho floor and gallery was empty nnd those who remained to hear him crowded to the front and the empty seats woro emphasized by the sharpness of tho contrast. Mr. Root continued his upeech to a quiet and attentive audience. Here and there ho elicited a ripple of applause, particularly when he touched upon the trust prosecutions of the Mr. and Sirs. J. I. Illcknell Wis Henrietta Child Mrs. I'. Cornelius Mrs. It. I). Cook Walter Dlzncy F. II. Dowdcn W. II. Harris W. F. Kldd r Additional names of Uerra citizens who have contributed to Kentucky election At " moment he was Interrupted by another otitburat of yella from the I loth I'tmniylvanlani. Quay'a unit rilnn'a wordi had been dlotluctly heard, however, by Hoot and all the thli delegates. enme down the platform, mcgaphono In hand. "Mr. Chief of Police." ho shouted, addressing Anlitant Chief .Schuettler, "If any periion on thli floor agnln tbo chairman of thli convention ticrgcant.at-Arms Stone J. run-nin- e M. O. C. Klnnard I'reston 51183 Mngglo Robinson Amy Todd J. W. Fowler CLUB ENTERTAINS PRISC1LLA Taft administration. A BOLD ROBbFrY Shortly after midnight last Saturday morning, n lnild rollery occurred In Welch's drug ttoro oa Chestnut Street. .Mr. Tom Adams was returning to his room from the midnight train and heard 11 iioIm In tho building but thought 11 was bwiio 0110 connected with the store and of courso did not realize that ho wuh In danger, but In a fow iiioincntH ho vwib confronted by the roulicr who ordered him to throw up lib hands. Ho answered tho order by drnwlng a revolalao ver and firing. fired but neither was hurt and tho thief escaH.d. Tho store was Immediately examined nnd practically all of tho Jewelry Including rings and watches had been taken. Tho valuo of the stolen propllltr-assail- ant Tho Indies of tho I'rlscllla club entertained their husbands, Tuesday night, nt tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Faulkner. Tlio lawn had leen decor-nte- d for an outdoor party but this as prevented by tho rain. Many memberu of thu rlub or their tiro out of town for the summer but tho following wore present: Mr. nnd "Mrs. Faulkner, Mr. nnd Mrs. Tnlyor, Mr. nnd .Mrs. K. I.,. Itoberts, Mr. and 'Mrs. Dick, Mr. and Mrs. Spink and MUx Spink, Dr. and Mrs. Cornelius, Mr. and Mm. Stephens, Mrs. Dcgman, "Mrs. Hook, John Hook, , and Mr. and Mrs. Itobertson. A very onjoyablo evening was spent In convi'i cation, games and music, and delicious refreshments In the form of Ico cream and cako were served. Tho annual Prlscllla club party has become a feature of tho social llfo hus-Imn- ot Heroa which Is looked forward with anticipation. A GOOD to WOMAN GONE Marching Through the I Altl-- f. order you to eject him from the hall." Ktonn wai white with rago and ed at the I'enniylvanlana as ha ipoke The latter then subsided Into quiet. Leave Hall as Root Stsrta. Mr, Hoot had scarcely begun his ad' dress before hundreds of spectators on the floor and In the galleries began to move out of the hall, noisily and hur riedly. The senator suspended his speech Stone and requested Sergcant-at-Armto ask those who wished to leave to I go out at once. "At soon as those desiring to leave have gone tho senator will continue," ' shouted Stone through the megaphone, ajd the spectators began to crowd .out. lr s An additional word, perhaps, should lie said In regard to Sirs. 'Mary King whose death on June 8th was briefly ndted In Tho Citizen. Sho was tho wlfo of Wm. Theodore King, well known In Berea, but her own quiet erly Is estimated at $350. and unobtrusive llfo was not fully appreciated. Born In Georgia, In 184G, CALL FOR BIOS soma years living In Indiana, the und for twenty- - six years a resident Plans nnd specifications for now consolidated cchool building nt of Uerea, it Is not believed that she Paint Lick may be seen at the Coun- has ever mad' an enemy. All who ty Clerk's offlco nt Lancaster or tho Knew her and appreciated tho quiet People's Hank at Paint Lick. virtues wero her friends. Though Illds will bo received for tho erecher departure camo as a surprise to tion of this building until July Cth many, sho had bts.n a partial Invalid . by the County Superintendent, lor years and for months past enHlgglns, Iancaster. Ky. Sho tirely confined to her home. uas n consistent member of tho Union fr PALACE MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY All kinds of fresh and cured meats and lard. church and, during tho extreme sufferings which attended the last weeks of hor life, sho bore all with true Christian fortltudo. A VALUABLE Fish, Oysters and Poultry in Season. All kinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries. PROMPT DILIVEStY tho city and suburbs. Both tho Doctor and Mr. Cameron did everything to mako our visit to that beautiful city one long to bo remembered. Leaving Detroit, Wednesday night o at 10:30, we Journeyed toward and Montreal did not seo much of tho country till after wo had gomi thru the tunnel at I'ort Huron and had wakened soon after daylight on Canadian soil. Connections wero j close at Toronto that wo had little tlmo to stay. Wo are told that It Is tho finest city In America. That, howovcr, may bo questioned. One thing was quite evident It would bo very difficult to find a more splendidly equipped train than 'Tho IniH.rIaI Limited" from Detroit to Montreal. Une Is not annoyed and begrimed with dust and cinders and dirty cars. A better road bed, 1 have never traveled; n finer country, I ha Vo never passed through than tho o of Ontario and part of Quebec. If you take the most thirfty part ot thu Illue Grass section and roll It out level, you would have sumo Idea of what Ontario Is like. Arrived Iu 'Montreal a distance of U7G miles from Uerea. I hope that any person from licre.i In landing In tho city of Montreal at the Grand Trunk depot vlll not Judge tho city by tho appearance In that locality. It certainly would give a bad Impression. Tho saloons are. In tho corners ot thu streets and the drunken men Bland In the doors that Is tho advertisement and It Is tho genuine one. Thu city is beautiful for situation and soma magnlflclcut bulldlngu. Wo visited tho great Notre Dame Cathedral, tho largest In America, they say.' It Is big enough to hold ull tho people who weru In llcrea coif. mencemcut day aud tho faculty and thu Hand thrown In. Then we took In tho St. James Cathedral. This building Is a duplicate of St. Peters at Home, but Just ono third tho size. It is most gorgeous In finish and furnishings. Wo next hunted up soma ot tho Protestant places of worship and found the St. James, Methodist, (f seemed to havo heard that word before.) This is said to bo thu largest Methodist Tho church In the country Amen. 1'rotestauls aro trying to keep up their end ot the struggle here. After taklug In tho city we got on bouid the Limited another train as fine as tho ono wo had left, aud headed for St. Johns, N. I)., a distance) from 'Montreal of 740 miles. Wo crossed great bridges, had a goaU. view of H13 St. Lawrence river, tho Queen of Waters, rodo over moro country, passed thru the beautiful great lumber district of Lac-a- u Sau- mon, Assametquaghan, Mlllstrcam, Matapedla, Campbellton and Delhou-slnearly a hundred miles and in that district we caw logs enough to load every freighter, enough to keep a gang of titty men building dormitories In Berea for 100 years. It was "logs and mills and more "logs. They were countless, I could only seo cno way ot getting at the numbers, by that was by measuring them the squaro mile. And after a Journey of 1,710 miles from Berea, we arrived safely In St. Johns, Saturday at C p. m. Faithfully yours with good wishes, Jas. A. Burgess. Tor-ontIro-vlnce, Bargains! Bargains! Clothing for Men Clothing for Boys ShoesThe Best Quality MEAL and FLOUR The Best at the Lowest Prices in Town Bacon and Lard All Good Things to Eat Special Prices in Quantities R. J. ENGLE & SON, Phone 60 Berea, Kentucky the men employed selected. In It HOME are carefully o TOW EVIL OF THE PARCELS POST From the time It Is set out In a pub-Hstreet or square each tree bears a distinct Identity of its own, and Is the special charge of an expert gardener. Men who tend tho trees have regular routes Hko lamplighters or policemen. When a treo becomes so largo that It Interferes with tho growth of a neighbor, It la transplanted. Trees Make for Health; Prof. W. A. Murrlll of Cornell unl-- , verstty In a bulletin on health conditions In cities says: "Trees add to, the healthfulnoss of tho city by cooling and purifying tho air. Besides cutting off tho direct and reflected rays of tho sun, foliage, by evaporating large quantities of water from the sur. face, exercises a marked effect on the temperature. The reduction ot the temperature In this way Is the greatest on dry, hot days, when the reduction Is most needed. Leaves also absorb Impure and hurtful gases and manufacture the carbon needed by humans for respiration." Another value of tho treo as a sanitary factor Is that It helps keep tbo dust and bacterial Impurities from being carried Into the homes. Gardening Made an Art. The city ot Paris, France, spenda annually large sums of money tor landscape gardening, and owns a large number of nurseries near Paris where shrubs, trees and flowers are raised for the adornment of municipal parka and gardens. A host of men are employed as city gardeners, and they are trained In special schools devoted to gardening as an art. Of the celebrated chateau gardens, those of Vaux, Plnon, Volslns and Courances aro tbe most beautiful, although one may fairly say that there are any number of other chateau gardens which rival those named, although less celebrated. William Allen White Tells What Mall Order House Does to the Towns. Great cities give much in alms, but Only as we know little In Justice. each other well can we treat each other Justly; and the city Is a wilderness of careless strangers whose instincts ot humanity are dally becoming more and more blunted to suffering, because In the anture ot things suffering-In- g It In cities must be Impersonal. Is not tho Buffering ot friends and neighbors and kith and kin as it is In the smaller towns. So the mall order house crushing out our towns la drying up Iho milk of human kindness In our hearts. And that brings us back to first principles; If we who live In these small towns In America cannot see that our duty to our county lies first of all in our duty to our neighbors, then we are blind Indeed to the basis of real patriotism, for after all patriotism Is only neighborly kindness. Patriotism Is not In cheering for the flag; It is not In feeling our eyes filled with emotional tears at hearing. "The Star Spangled Banner," patroltlsm Is Just human duty. To sacrifice our neighbor the man who helps the town with Its taxes, with Us public business, with Its myriad activities for. neighborly righteousness to sacrifice that man and his business for the mere sake of saving a dollar on the purchase of a hundred dollars' worth of goods Is Just as unpatriotic as It Is to spit at the flag. For the flog If It means anything means the golden rule; the flag means friendly burden bearing; It means mutual help In trouble; It means standing together against common foes. The motto ot the matl order house Is every man for himself .and the devil take the hlndermost and you bet the devil will. V, THIS ad. Is directed at the) who hat all the buslneaa in hla Em la HELPER IN OUR OWN STATE Continued front Plrst U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. Coyle BulIeUng, Main St,. Phone 57, THE Berea National Bank. Heport of THE BE HE A NATIONAL HANK, at Heroa iu the State ot Kentucky, at the clone of business, Juno 14, IVli. HESOUKCES $103,037.05 Loans and DiscounU 1,21)0.00 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 25,000.00 U. S. Bonds to secure Circulation 7,000.00 Banking house,. Furniture, and Futures 3,000.00 Other Heal Estate owned 10,419.00 Due from approved Heservo Agents 52.20 hecks and other Cash Items 830.00 pVotes of other National Banks 120.85 Fractional Paper Currency, Nickels and Cents Lawful Monet Hcsertc in Bank viz: 7,843.00 Specie 8,400.00 047.00 Legal.tender notes Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 of circulation) . . . 1,250.00 Total LIABILITIES Capital Btock paid iu Surplus fund.. Undivided Proflts, loss Expenses and Taxes paid Individual deposits subject to check Certified checks 170,031.48 $25,000.00 10,000.00 2,274.78 107,100.70 350.00 170,031.48 Total Statu of Kentucky, County of Madisou, ss: above-name- I, J. L. Q ay, Cashier of the thai the above stutetuent is true to tbo best of bank, do uolemuly swear my knowledge ami belief. Correct Attest: John W. Welch, J. W. Subscribed and sworu to boforo me this 20th day of June, 1012. II. C. Woolf, Notary Public. (My Commission Expires, Feb. 2, 1014.) J. L. Gay, Cashier, Fowler, J. C. Coyle, Diroctors. Pge soldiers passed the last legislature, It was said there would be but few applicants, tho old soldiers objecting to some of the requirements ot tho bill. But Is Is reported now from Frankfort that there are more than !)00 applications already filed and two or threo hundred more aro coming every week. Does It not stem strange that a stato that was neutral In tho Civil War, at least attempted to bo neutral and did not secede, should now pay out of the Treasury, uever sufficiently 'well supplied to educato her children and provide a decent government, sums to thoso who sought fifty years ego to destroy tho Union? childhood. And tills monoy, 11 must bo rememThe fact that wo uso tbo Interna- bered, comes out of the pockets if tional as our "Standard" Is evidence. tho Kentucklans of 1912. of our good faith in recommending respected Wo havo always the this newest aud com pie test product Confederate soldiers and havo adof the dictionary maker to all our mired many ot them as citizens, and, readers. personally, we have thought them much better off from tho very fact MR, BURGESS WRITES OF HIS TUP that they wero not granted pensions. Uenr Mr. Editor: JUNK CHOP KKPOKT I hope a brief letter from one who A bulletin issued by tho Stato Dehas left cares behind for a Uttl partment ot Agriculture Indicates while may Interest the readers of backward crop conditions. The wheat your paper. crop Is rated at 7G.4 per cent, rye Mr. Hudson and I arrived in Detroit, 72.2 per cent, corn 81.8 per cent, the Tuesday afternoon, thu lltb, railed I Ig and lamb crops wero short and on Itov. A. II. Cameron, were shown neither fruit nor biucltberry conditions through his great church, and royally are good, indications on tho whole entertained; called on Mr. and Mrs. aro bad for tho grain crops, but the Stanley Frost, and had a good time prospects for iotatces are good. asking and answering questions for FARM FOR SALE an hour rud a half. They are very pleasantly situated, and we enjoyed 8CH acres ot land for salo in Gartho call. Dr. l.ouek, who, you will rard Couuty, near Wallaceton, Ky., Uerea wilt sell tor $55 per acre and give remember, was a visitor at with Mr. Cameron, took us to ride In possession Jan. 1, 1913. This Is a his now machine, making a Journey great bargain. altogether ot about 30 miles around D. N. Welch, Berea, Ky. The Citizen has recently added to Its equipment a fine new dictionary Webster's International, published by G. and C. Meirlnm Company, Springfield, Mass. This Is the 1910 edition and Is complete In every way. A dictionary Is tndlspensablo to nny one who appreciates accuracy In tho use of words, aud It Is especially necessary In a nowspajwr office words where so many thousands of cme up every day for consideration In tho reading of proof. Tho International is our choice, not only because It is complete, but because It Is In a single volume and Its method of marking Is one easy to learn and understand In fact tho which we wero taught In method Confederato That spirit never falls to work; end the weak man, the unprotected man, the man alone the man on the farm, at the end ot the fact, when his farm market Is gone, when his town Is gone, when the spirit ot selfishness and greed has left this country cold and bard and mean and nelghborless the farmer will be the hlndermost William Allen White. PARIS PRESERVES ITS TREES To Kill or Even Malm One la a 8erlous Offense In the French Capital. To kill a tree Is a serious offense. In the strict enforcement of this principle Is the chief secret ot the beauty of Paris. Its trees aro tho city's Drowning glory. To malm, much more to kill a thriving tree, Is a serious offense. Nor Is this indulgent treatment ot plants merely negative. It Is not enough that they should be guarded when they begin to mako a contribution to the city's beauty. Tbo city anticipates tho service each is to oper-forIt sees to Us planting; It nurtures It In Us Infancy anfl through all the stages of Its development. A municipal nursery Is maintained where expert care and attention are given young trees. Tho forestry department of the city government Is as well organized as the public health oxjho street cjeanjns elepartmentafld thta community. J Mr. Merchant You Bay you've got it all You're aell ing them all they'll buy, anyhow. But at the aame time you would like more buaiaaee. J Make this community btry more. 1 Advertise strongly, constat ently, judiciously. Suppoee you dan buy lot of waahtuba cheap; adrartiee a big wajhtub aae in ljm pa per. Put in "an toVitinf pia ture of washtub wpfira people can ace it th tUMM they look at your ad. Talk atrong on waahtuba. And you'll find every woouet la thla vicinity whe has beta getting along wits fieeity waahtub for years aad yejra will buy anew one from you. Thafa creative buaioeM power. f OUKj AD. RATie AM MOKT CALX ON Ua ionUM.iN BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE Gasoline aad A COMPLETE LINE Hardware, Paints, Mowing Machisei, Fanaiag Implements, Oil Stoves, asd Groceries pHcesRUht j. d MAIN CLARKSTON STRUT, near Baak Si' aCa" Page Six. THE CITIZEN. amount no tnndo n deport on every fears fTTHT Yvero comma iTraTcTitTTrotH I pny day, keeping out barely wnnt was his swelling heart. s necessary for his bonrd nnd clothing. Mrs. Duncnn threw herself Into Wlint Im tvnnfn.1 tt t Yrllll Ilia tnnnAvf nrms. , "Oh, tho pulr Indl" sho wnlled. "Oh, bo did not know, but It gavo to him a sense of freedom nnd power to feel the pulr mlthcr hungry Indl IIo breaks that It was there It wns his nnd bo my heart!" could bnvo It when ho chose. Duncan's nrms closed convulsively That winter held the first hours of about bis wife. With a big brown real happiness In Freckles' life. Ho hand ho lovingly stroked her rough' wns free. He was doing n man's work sorrel hair. faithfully through every rigor of rain, "Sarnh, you're n gnld woman!" ho snow nnd bllzznrd. IIo wns gathering said. "You're a mlchty guld woman! a wonderful strength of body, paying To bao n way o' spenktn' out nt times his wny nnd saving money. that's llko tho Inspired prophets of tho Mrs. Dunenti bad n hot drink ready Lord." All through tho winter Freckles' enPACE for him when ho enme In from a freezCOPYTUCHT. 1904. 0Y DOUBLEDAY. ing day on tho trail, knitted n heavy tire energy wns given to keeping up CO. mitten for bis left hnnd. devised a his lines nnd tils "chickens" from way to sow up nnd pnd tbo right sleeve freezing or starving. When tho first ' which protected tbo maimed arm In breath of spring touched the Limber- how far' ho did nnf know. Hut of Inst bitter weather, patched bis clothing Inst nnd tbo snow receded before it! lie gained some sort of mastery over nnd saved kitchen scraps for his birds, when tbo cnlktns began to bloom; himself nnd retraced his steps. When not because she cither knew or cared when there camo n hint of green to lie again enme townrd the corduroy n rap about them, but became she her- tbo trees, bushes nnd swale; when tho tho cudgel fell to test tbo wlro nt ev- self wns nenr enough tho swamp to 1m rushes lifted their heads nnd tho ery step. touched by Its utter loneliness. When pulso of tho newly resurrected season Sounds Hint curdled his blood scorn-n- l Duncan Inughed nt her for this she re- bent strong In tho heart of nature, to cloe In nlKitit blm nnd shapes torted: "My God. mnnnle. If Freckle something new stirred In tho breast of terror to drnw nearer and nearer. hadna the birds and the beasts ho of tbo boy. he shonld fall would be nlways alone. It was never Just when ho felt that Nature nlwnys levies her tribute. . dead before be ever reached the clear- meant for n human being to bo sn soil Now she laid a powerful hand on tbo , ing camo Duncan's rolling call, "Frec- tnry." Mill of Freckles, to which tho boy's kles. Freckles'" A great shuddering The next morning Duncan gave nn whole being responded, though be bad sob burst In the boy's dry throat. Iltit ear of corn he was shelling to Frec- not tho least Idea what was troubling he only' told Duncan that iltidlng tbo kles nnd told him to carry It to his wild blm. Duncnn accepted bis wife's wlro down had mndi him late. Freckles theory that It was a touch of spring chickens in the Limberlost. Tho next morning he started out on laughed delightedly. fever, but Freckles knew better. He time. Day nfter duy with his heart "Me chickens!" he said. "Whr didn't bad never been so well. noundlng Itko a triphammer he ducked, 1 ever think of that before? Of course dodged, ran when bo could and fought they nrcl They nro Just little brightly cnAPTEit m. But what llko a wildcat when ho was brought to colored cocks nnd hens. A FEATIIEIl rALUI. bay. If ho ever had an idea of giving would you say to mo 'wild chickens' besounds that bad at first up no one knew U All tbeso things ing n good deal tamer than yours hero cold fear Into Freckles' In so far as he guessed them Duncan, in yourynrd?" bo now knew had left on who hod been set to watch the first "Hoot, ladl" cried Duncan. wing and silent foot at the weeks of Freckles' work, carried to tho "Mnko yours light on your head and boss at tho south camp, but tbo Inner- eat out of your hands and pockets," approach of winter. As flock after most, exquisite torture of the thing tho challenged Freckles. flock of the birds returned and he big Scotchman never guessed, nnd Mc"Go tell your fairy tales to the wee recognized tho old echoes reawakening Lean with his finer perceptions came peoplel Theyro Julst brash on be found to tits surprise that ho bad things," said Duncan. only a little nearer. been lonely for them and was hailing "I dare you to como seel" retorted After n few weeks, when Freckles their return with great Joy. He was found that be was still living, tbat bo Freckles. "If yo possessed of an overpowering desire "Toko ye!" said Duncan. had a homo and the very first money make Julst ano bird llcbt on your held to know what tbey wcro, to learn he bad ever possessed was safe In hi pockets, be began to grow proud. II o or cat frao your hand yc aro freo to where they had becu and whether they was gradually developing tho fearless- help yoursel' to my corncrlb and wheat would mako friends with him as the ness tbat men ever acquire of dangers bin tbo rest of the winter." winter bird bad done, and If they did After that Freckles nlways spoke of would they bo ns fickle? For with the to which they are hourly accustomed. His heart seemed to bo In his mouth tho birds ns his chickens. Tho next running sap, creeping worm and wing-ruwhen his first rattler disputed the Sabbath Duncan, with bis wife and bug most of Freckles' "chickens" trail with blm, but bo mustered cour-ag- o children, followed Freckles to tho bad deserted blm, entered tbo swamp and let drive at It with bis club. swamp. and feasted to such a stato of plethora Freckles' chickens were awaiting on Its store that tbey cared little for After Its head bad been crushed bo Duncan. him at the edge of the clearing. They j bis supply, so tbat In tbo days of matcut off its rattles to show With tbe mastery of bis first snake cot tho frosty air about his bead Into ing and uest building tbo boy was curves and circles of crimson, blue and bis greatest fear of tbem was gone. Then he began to realize tbat with black. They chased each other from Tho yearly resurrection of tho Limtbe abundanco of food In tbo swamp Freckles nnd swept so closely them- berlost Is a mighty revival. Freckles flesh hunters would not como out on selves that they brushed him with tbelr stood back and watched with awe and tbe trail and attack blm, and be had outspread wings. envy tho gradual reclotblng and his revolver for defenso If tbey did. their feeding ground Freckles set At of tho swamp. Keen eyed no soon learned to laugh at tbe floppy down bis old pall of scraps and swept through danger and lonelimado horriblo noises. One tbe snow from rvsmall level spaco with and alert birds that ho noted every stago of developday watching from behind a tree he a broom Improvised from twigs. As ness, from tho first piping frog nnd unment saw a crano solemnly performing a soon as his back was turned the birds sheathing bud to full en fa go nnd tbe few measures of a belated nuptial clustered over the food, snatching emigrant- song and danco with bis mate. Re- scraps to carry to tho nearest bushes. rcturu of tho last The knowledge of his completo lonealizing that It was Intended In tender- Several of tbo boldest, a big crow and lnslgnlflcnnco was ness, no matter bow It appeared, tbo a couplo of Jays, settled on tbo rim liness nnd ntter upon blm. IIo brooded lonely, starved heart of tho boy went and feasted at leisure, while a card - , hourly thrust fretted until he was in a fever, ont to them In sympathy. nal that hesitated to venturo fumed and yet ho never guessed tho cause, and day after day tho only thing and scolded from a twig overhead. When ' was filled with a vast Impatience tbat relieved his utter loneliness was Then Freckles scattered bis store. lie much tbo companionship of tbe birds and At onco tlio ground resembled tbo and a longing that would not beasts of tbo swamp Freckles turned spread mantlo of Montezuma, except further be denied. It wns Juno by tho zodiac, June by IIo began by that this mass of gayly colored feathers to tbem for friendship. Instinctively protecting tho weak nnd was on tho backs of living birds. While tho Limberlost, nnd by every delight helpless. lie was astonished at the they feasted Duncnn gripped bis wife's of a newly resurrected senson It should quickness with which" they beenmo ac- arm and stared in astonishment, for , bavo been Juno In tbe hearts of all , customed to blm once they learned' from the bushes nnd dry grass with men. Yet Freckles scowled darkly as tbat be was not a hunter nnd that tho gentlo cheeping and queer, throaty he came down tbo trail, and tho run club ho carried was used more fre- chatter, as If to encourage each other, ning tap, tap which tested tbo sagging quently for their benefit than bis own. came flocks of quail. Before any ono wire and telegraphed word of bis comHo could scarcely believe what he saw. saw It arrive a big gray rabbit sat In ing to his furred and feathered friends When black frosts began stripping tbo midst of tho feast, contentedly of tho swamp this morning carried tbe story of his discontent a mile ahead of tho Limberlost ho watched tho depart- gnawing n cabbago leaf. ing troops of bis friends with dismay. "Wecl, I be drawed on!" camo Mrs. him. Freckles' special pet, a dainty yellow Ho mado special efforts toward friendDuncan's tenso whisper. coated, black sleeved cock goldfinch, liness with the hope tbat bo could In"Shu-shu!- " cautioned Duncan. past remained duce some of them to stay. It was Lastly Freckles took off bis cap. no had for scvcrnl days then that ho coucelved tho Idea of began filling It with handfuls of wheat on tho wire, tho bravest of all, and carrying food to tho birds, for be saw from his pockets. In a swarm the grain Freckles, absorbed with tbo cunning that they were leaving for lack of It, caters roso about blm llko n flock of and beauty of tho tiny fellow, never But be could not stop tbem. Day tamo pigeons. They perched on his guessed that ho was being duped, for after day flocks gathered and depart- arms and tho cap, and. In tbo stress tho goldfinch wns skipping, flirting swinging for tbo express purpose ed. By tbo tlino tho first snow whitof hunger forgetting all caution, a bril- and ened his trail about tho Limberlost liant cock cardinal and an equally or holding his attention that bo would tbero were left only tbo little black gaudy Jay fought for a perching placo not look up and see a small cradle of thistledown nnd wool perilously near nnd white Juncos, tho sapsuckers, on his bead. his bead. a few patriarchs among "Wecl, I'm beat!" muttered Duncan, A peculiar movement under a small tbo flaming cardinals, tbo blucjays. forgetting tbo sllenco Imposed on bis walnut tree caught his eye. IIo stoptho crows and tho quail. wife. "I'll bao to glvo In. Secln' Is ped to lnvestlgato. It was an unThen Freckles began his wizard bellevln'." , usually largo Luna cocoon, and tho work. IIo cleared a space of swnle. A week later Duncan and Freckles and twico n dny bo spread n birds' rose from breakfast to face tbo bitter- moth was Just bursting tbo upper end banquet. By tbe mlddlo of December est morning of tho winter. Wben In Its struggles to reach light and air. tbe strong winds of winter had beaten Freckles, warmly capped and gloved, Freckles stood nnd stnrcd. "There's something In there trying most of tbo seed from the grass and stepped to the comer of tho kitchen for ' to get out," ho muttered. "Wonder If bushes. Tbo snow fell, covering tho scrap pail bo found a pan of I could help it? Guess I best not be swamp, and food was very scarce and his whea't on tbo top of It. trying. If 1 hedn't happened along hard to find. The birds scarcely wait- steaming boiled ed until Freckles' back was turned to He wheeled to Mrs. Duncan with a tbero wouldn't hnvo been any ono to help It, nnd maybo I'd only bo hurting attack his provisions. In a few weeks shining face. fixing "Were you this warm food for It. skagganyt It's Just tbey flew toward the clearing to meet being born!" blm. By the bitter weather of Jan- mo chickens or yours?" be asked. "It's for yours. Freckles," she said. uary tbey came halfway to tho cabin Freckles gasped with surprise. Tbe Freckles faced Mrs. Duncan with a ' moth cleared tho opening and with every morning and fluttered about blm traco of every pang of starved mother great wobbllugs and contortions climblike doves all tho way to tbo feeding ground. By February they would hunger ho had ever suffered written ed up tho tree. Ho stared, speechless perch on his bead and shoulders, and largo on bis homely, splotched, narrow with nmazement as tho moth crept tho saucy Jays would try to pry into features. nround a limb and clung to tbe under"Ob, how I wish you wcro my moth side. bis pockets. There wns a great pursy body almost as largo as his thumb nnd of Then Freckles added to wheat and er!" bo cried. "Lord lovo tbo lad!" exclaimed Mrs. ' tbo very snowiest whlto that Freckles crumbs evey scrap of refuso food bo Duncan. "Why, Freckles, nro yo no ever seen. Tbero was a band of could find about tbo cabin. Ono morn-log- , enough to learn without being bad coming to his feeding ground un- brlcbt lavender across Its forehead, taught by n woman that 1 am your , delicate feet were of tho samo color. usually early, ho found a gorgeous and Its a great man llko yoursel Tbero wcro nntlers llko tiny strnw mltbcr? cardinal and a rabbit sociably nibbling dlnnn ken If now nnd no'er colored ferns on its head nnd on Us a cabbago leaf sldo by side, und that forget It. that, learn It Anco n woman Is tbo wlfo llttlo wet looking flaps no Instantly gavo to him tbo Idea of all shoulders cracking nuts from tho storo be bad of any man sho becomes wlfo to ex- - bigger than his thumb nail. Freckles men for havlug had tbo wifely gathered for Duncan's children, for perlcnco.sbo saw tbat thoso queer llttlo wet lookkens! Anco n man child wcro expanding, drooping, the squirrels, in tbe effort to ndd tbem way to llfo under tbo ing things to bis family. Soon bo bad tbem com- has beaten his taklug on color, nnd small oval markheart of a woman sho Is mother to nil , ings were beginning to show. ingred, grny nnd black and ho men, for tbo hearts of mltbers nro Freckles-steadfilled with a vast Impatience Xbo minutes went by. ye, lad everywhere tho samo. gnzo never wavered. Without tbat bo did not know tbelr names nor die. I am your mlthcrl" Bless wns trembling with habits. Sbo tucked tbo coarso scarf sho bad realizing It ho So tho winter passed. Every week knit for him closer over his chest nnd eagerness nnd nnxlcty. As ho saw McLean rodo over to tho Limberlost, pulled his cap lower about his ears, what was taking placo "It's going to never on tbo same day nor at tho samo but Freckles, whipping It off und bold-- have wings" ho brentbed la hushed hour. Tbe boy's earnings constituted Ing it under his arm, caught her rough, wonder. Tho morning sun fell on tho his first money, nnd when tbo boss ex- reddened hand nnd pressed It to his moth nnd dried Its velvet down, nnd rapid, plained to blm Hint bo could lenvo Hps in n long kiss. Thcu ho hurried) tbe soft air mado It fluffy. Ttio then safe nt a bank nnd carry away away Is bide jho happy, embarrassing ly grPSSJnif wlnxOfcau to appear to a Jjrnp poKf that represented Jbo J Dun-can'I June 37, 1912. CS oHEe Hiosl ocTTcalo green, with lav under fore ribs, transparent, eyo shap ed markings edged with lines of red, Un nnd black nnd long, crisp trailers. Freckles was whispering to himself foT fear of disturbing tho moth. It n systematic cxcrclso of rnlslng FRECKLES By I I Gem StattoHu- - PROLOGUE. This romance of Freckles and the Angel of the Limberlost is one of the most novel, entertain' ing, wholesome and fascinating stories that have coma from the pen of an American author in many years. The characters in this sylvan tale are-- : - Freckles, a plucky waif who guards the Limberlost timber leases and dreams of angels. The Swamp Angel, in whom Freckles' sweetest dream maMcLean, a member of a Inmber company, who befriends Freckles. Mrs. Duncan, who gives mother love and a home to Freckles. Duncan, head teamster of McLean's timber gang. The Bird Woman, who is collecting camera stadies of birds for a book. Lord and Lady O'More, who come from Ireland in quest of a BITE n' dry them nnd to establish circulation. Freckles realized tbnt It would soon bo nblo to sprend tbem nnd snll away, nic long coming bouI sent up Its first shivering cry. "I don't know what It Is. Oh, I wish I knewl How I wish I knew! It must be something grand. It can't bo n butterfly. It's nway too big. Oh, I wish tbero was some ono to tell mo whnt It Is!" IIo climbed on tbo locust post nnd, bnlanclng himself by tho wire, held a finger In tho lino of tho moth's ndvanco up tho twig. It unhesitatingly climbed on, nnd bo stepped bnck to tho path, holding It up to tho light nnd examining It closely. Then ho held It in tho shade nnd turned it, gloating over Its markings nnd beautiful coloring. When ho held tho moth bnck to the limb It climbed on, still wnvlng thoso magnificent wings. "My, but I'd llko to bo staying with you!" he said. "But If I was to stay here nil day you couldn't get any prettier than you nro right now nnd 1 wouldn't get smart enough to tell what you are. I suppose there's somo ono that knows. Of course thero Is. Mr. McLean said there were people that ' knew every leaf, bird and flower la tbo Umberlost Oh, lord, how I wish you'd be telling mo Just this oue thing!" Tbo goldfinch had ventured bark to tho wire, for there was his mato only n few Inches nlKivo tho man creature's bend, aud. Indeed, be simply must not bo allowed to look up Just them, so tho bravo llttlo fellow rocked on tho wlro and piped up. Just as ho hod done every day for a week, "Seo me; seo raeT' nnd lowering Its exqulslto wings to flense? swnmTTaiToriied when" Ho suddenly dodged sldowlso. Tho cudgel whlstted shnrply through tho air nnd Freckles sprang bnck. Out of tho clear sky nbovo him, first level with bis face, then skimming, dipping, tilting, whirling until It lit quill down In tho path In front of blm, camo a glossy, Iridescent big As It struck tho black feather. ground Freckles snatched It up nnd with nn nlmost continuous movement fnced tho sky. There was not a treo of nny slzo In a largo open spaco. From tbo clear sky It hnd fallen, nnd Freckles, gazing eagerly Into tho arch of Juno bttio wills, it few lazy clondi floating far up In tho sen of ether, hnd neither mind nor knowledgo to dream of a bird hanging as if frozen there. Ho turned tho big quill nnd ngnln his nwed eyes swept the sky. A feather dropped from honvcrePF ho breathed reverently. "Aro tho holy angels molting? But, no; If they wcro It would bo white. Maybe, all tho an- eels nro not for lelng white. WhatJ the nngels of God are whlto and '(. of tho devil aro black? But a ITU ono has no business up there. Maybo somo poor blnck angel Is so tired of being punished It's for sllppluguptotho gates, lcat!ng Its wings trying to make tho Master hear!" Again nnd ngaln Freckles searched tho sky, but tbero was no answering gleam of golden gates, no form of sailing bird. Then bo went slowly on his wny, turning tho feather over and wondering about it It was a wing (Tie y, terializes. g lost relative. wants rascality made easy. Black Jack, a villain to whom thought of repentance comes too The Man of Affairs, brusque of manner, but big of heart. Wessner, a timber thief who , 1 late. (Continued from last weeks issue) SYNOPSIS. Freckles, a homeless boy. U hired by Boh McLean to guard the expensive timber In the Limberlost from timber thieve. I 1 plunged along, clinging to tho posts and trees. lie had consumed much time. Night closed In. Tbo Limberlost stirred gently, tbeu shook herself, growled nnd nwoko about him. Thero seemed to be n great owl booting from every hollow tree and a little ono screeching from every knothole. Nigh thaw Us swept past blm with their shivering cry. nnd bats struck his face. A prowling wildcat missed Its catch nnd screamed with rage. A lost fox bayed Incessantly for Its mate. The hair on tho buck of I'rockles' neck roso like bristles, mid bis knees wavered under htm. He could not seo If tbo dreaded snakes were on the trail nor In tho pnndoiiionluin bear tbo rattlo for which McLean had cautioned him CHAPTER n. rsccKLEs moves ma metal. I EXT morning the boss showed Freckles around tbe Umber line and engaged him board with bis head teamster, Dun can, whom be had brought from Scotland and who lived la a small clearing bo was working out between the swamp and the corduroy. When tbe gang pulled out for tbe south camp Freckles was left to guard a fortune In the Limberlost. That bo was under guard himself tbose first weeks be never knew. Every hour was torture to tbe boy. The restricted llfo of a great city orphanage was tbe other extreme of tbe world from the. Limberlost. Ho was afraid for bis life every minute. lie cut a Btout hickory cudgel, with a knot on tbo end as big as his fist, and it never left his band. What be thought In thoso llrst days bo himself could not clearly recall afterward. Ills benrt stood still every time be saw tbe beautiful marsh grass begin a sinuous waving against tbe play of tbo wind, as McLean bad told blm It would. II 0 bolted a half mllo with his first boom of tbe bittern, and bis hat lifted with every yelp of tho sbeltpoke. Once bo saw a lean, shadowy form following him and blazed away with bis revolver. Then bo was frightened worse than ever for fear It mlgbt have been Duncan's collie. Tho first afternoon that be found his wires down, and be was compelled to plunge kneo deep Into tbo black swamp muck to restrlng tbem, be could scarcely control bis shaking band to do tbo work. With every step he felt tbat ho would miss securo footing and bo swallowed up In that clinging In dumb agony ho sea of blackness. Of courso I seo you," "fleo youl growled Freckles. "I seo you dny after dny, and what good Is It doing mc? 1 might seo you every morning for a year and then not bo ablo to bo telling any ono nbout It 'Seen a bird little and yellow ns any cannry, with black Ilk wings.' That's as far as I'd get. What you doing hero anyway? Havo you a mate? What's your namo? 'Soo you? I reckon I seo you, but I might ns well bo blind for any good It's doing me!" ' Freckles Impatiently struck tho wire. With a screech of fear tho goldfinch fled precipitately. Ills mato tore from off the nest with a whirr. Freckles looked up and saw It " ho cried. "So that's whnt you aro doing hero! You bavo a wife." Freckles climbed up to cxamtno tbe neat, tiny cradlo and Its contents. The ben darted at blm In a frenzy. "Now. whero do you como In?" be demanded when 'ho saw that sbo was not like tho goldfinch. "You bo clearing out of here! This la nono of your fry. This la tbe nest of mo llttlo yellow friend of tbo wlro, nnd you shan't bo touching It Don't blamo you for wanting to seo though. My. but It's a flno nest and beauties of eggs. Will you bo keeping away or will I flro this stick at your' Freckles dropped back to the trail. Tho hen darted to tho nest nnd settled on It with a tender, coddling movement He of tho yellow coat flew to tbo edgo to mnko sure tbat everything "O-hot- quill eighteen inches In length, with a big, heavy spine, grny at the base, shading to Jet black at tho tip, and it caught the flay of tbo sun's rays In slanting gleams of green nnd bronze. Again Freckles' "old man of the sea" sat sullen and henry on bis shoulders and weighted htm down until bis step lagged and bis benrt ached. "Whero did It como from? What Is It? Oh, how 1 wlsh'l knew!" he kept repeating. Before blm spread a great green pool, filled with rotting logs and leaves, bordered with dollcato ferni nnd grasses, among which lifted the crenmy spikes of tho arrowhead, tbe bluo of water hyacinth and tho delicate yellow of tho Jewel flower. As Freckles leaned, handling the feather and staring first at It and then Into tho depths of tbo pool, ho onco more gavo votco to bis old query, "I wonder what It Straight across from him, couched In tbo mosses of n soggy old log, a big green bullfrog, with palpitant "throat and batting eyes, lifted his head, and bellowed In answer, "Fin' doot, "An' ur dout!" was right. "Well, I'll bo switched!" muttered Freckles. "If tbnt ain't both their nest! And he's yellow nnd she's green, or sbu's yellow nnd bo's green. Of courso I don't know, nnd I haven't any way to find out. but It's plain as the nose on your face tbat they are both rendy to be fighting for that nest, so of courso tbey belong. Don't tbat bent you? Say. that's what's been sticking mo for all of these two weeks on tbat grass nest In the thorn tree down tho line. One day a bluebird Is setting, and I think It Is hers. The next day a brown bird Is on, nnd I chaso It off becauso tho nest U blue's. Next day. tho brown bird Is on again, nnd I let her be becnuso I think it must bo hers. Next day, bo golly, blue's on again, nnd off I sent her becauso It's brown's, nnd now I bet my hat It's both their nest and I've only been bothering tbem nnd making a big fool of meself." Freckles plodded on down tho trail. Beowllng blackly and viciously spang-Intbo wire. At tho finches' nest ho left tbo lino nnd peered Into tbo thorn treo. There was no bird brooding. He pressed closer to tako a peep at the snowy, spotless llttlo eggs ho bad found so beautiful, and at tbo slight nolso up flared four tiny baby heads with wldo open mouths nnd hunger cries. Freckles stepped bnck. Tbe brown bird lit on tbo edgo nnd closed ono cavity with a wiggling green worm, and not two minutes Inter the bluo filled- another with something white. That settled it Tbo blue and Onco again were mates. brown Freckles repeated his "How I wish knewl" About tbo brldgo spanning Sleepy Snaku creek tbo swulo spread wide, tbo timber largely dropped nway, aud willows, rushes, marsh grass and splendid wild flowers grew abundantly. Lazy big black wnter snakes, for g 1 "Wha-what'- s stammered that?" Freckles, almost too much taken aback to speak. "I I know you aro only a bullfrog; but, bo Jabcrs, that sounded mightily like speech. Wouldn't you pleaso to bo saying It over?" Tbo bullfrog cuddled contentedly In the ooze. Then suddenly be lifted his volco nnd, llko an Imperative drumbeat, rolled It again.. "Fin dout, fin' dout, fin' doutl" Freckles hnd tho answer. Llko tbo lightning's flash, something seemed to unnp In his brain. There was n wavering flamo before his eyes. Then his mind cleared. His hoad lifted In n new pole. his shoulders squared, nnd Ids splno straightened. The agony was over. Ills soul floated free. Freckles camo Into bis birthright. "Before God, I will!" Ho uttered the oath so Impressively tbat tho recording nngcl never winced as ho posted It up In tho prayer column. Freckles set his hat over tho top of ono of tho locust posts used between trees to hold up tbo wlro nnd fastened tho feather securely In the band. Then ho started down tho line, talking to himself ns men that bavo worked long alono nlwnys fall Into tho habit of do- ing. I It's-lt's- -oh, I I "What n fool I bavo been!" he muttered. "Of courso that's what I hav to do. Tbero wouldn't likely anybody be doing It for mo. Of course I can! What am I n man for? If I was n four footed thing of tho swamp mayto I couldn't, but a man can do anything If he's tbo grit to work hard enough nnd stick at It, Mr. McLean Is always saying, and here's the way I am tors It. Ho said, too, that thero werov pie Hint knew everything In til swamp. Of courso they havo written books. Tho thing for mo to be doing Is to quit moping and bo buying mc somo books. Never bought a book In mo llfo or anything clso of much for tbat matter. Ob, ain't 1 glad I didn't wasto me moneyl I'll surely bo having enough to get a few. Let mo see." (Continued next week.) Cultivate Decision. k Indecision soon grows to 6n a I&m Bomotlmes It Is tbo murk of a we'nlr charactor oftuner It dorulops a weak ' character I bc-ca- ( 1 to listen. Something big, black nnd heavy cnino crashing through the swamp, and J;"recjiles brokoand ran with t yll jf down the throat of a "jspey" tbe bushes, wild ducks nnd grcbo chatchicken destroys the worms tered, cranes und herons fished, nnd nnd aaves the chick's life. A muskrats plowed tbo bank In queer, few drops In tho drlnklnir water rolling furrows. It was always a place full of Interest to Freckles. CURES and Freckles struck slowly Into tbo path PREVENTS GAPES leading from tho brldgo to tho line. while diarrhoea, roup, cholera and other chick dlieais, It was tbo 0110 Btot at which bo might relax his vlglluuco. Tho greatest timOnu 50c IloUlo of ber thief tbo swamp had ever known would not havo uttcmptcd to enter It by tho mouth of tbo creek on account j Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. of tho water nnd becnuso tbero was no protection from surrounding trees. Rvery poultry rslter should keep a bottle of mrtlltlne hand. for freo sample He was swishing tho rank grass with this booklet onon Diiuases Writfowls," Address, I ' of sod Uls cudgel and Jhluktiig j)ftbo. shado BOURBON mum COUriNT, li!jto, If. which tbo creek wns named, sunned on itu ONE Bourbon Poultry Cure I I June 27, 1912. THE CITIZEN tho great Industrial majority Is suf-fra- ga Page Seven. Public Servants Are Only a Reflection of Ourselves By Senator THEODORE E. BURTON of Ohio Ml T r M M I HATEVER IS WRONG IN THE BODY POLITIC RE8T8 ON THE MI8TAKEN IDEALS OF THE PEOPLE. Tlioro lins been corruption of public lifo on a largo Bcnlc. 1OvcrlosB to sccularlzo tho schools, Tho cnll Is for straight manhood regardless of property rights or educational frills. DIX'ISIVH COMDAT EXPECTED Thero Ib word from Cuba that tho Comtunndor-ln-chlof tho Kcdcrnl forces Is making ouch dtsKsltlon of his army as to forco tho Insurgents end to a slngb combat nnd thus speedily tho disturbance. 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Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start In the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Mathenr Dean. Best training In Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. The s Academy has its own and Men's Dormitory, and a large body of students of high character and ability, able Instructors, and use of OoV lege Library and apparatus. text-bookBook-Bindinlctter-wrlUnclass-room- Results By Rev. William J Evan, D. D., DiracM &U. Corns el MooJy D.U. OIcmo j VISCOUNTESS D'AZY - ! Somo of it bna boon uncovorcd nnd punishod, nnd omo lias not been Uncovered. But bcenusn of dm Tirrlit a W IT VViltWl waQ a on public officials tlioro novcr wns n timo beforo when tho dishonesty corniption of legislators nnd politicians havo boon so WIDELY TEXT And If Christ be not risen, then our preaching vain, and your faith Is vain. Yea, and we are found falsa 111 of Clod; because we have teatl. of Ood that he raised up Christ; whom he raised not up. If so be that the dead rle not. For If the dead rise not, i then Is not Christ raised: And If Christ be not raised, your faith la vain; ye are 1 Cor. Uilt-lt- . i not In your sins. EXPOSED. DEGREE OF SCRUTINY AUULIO SERVANTS. Tho muckraker needs no apology when lMtftvcs Bpccific facts nnd puts beforo tho public cyo tho dishonesty of a cortnin individual. Hut, on tho other hand, when in n gonornl way ho attacks ALL thoso who nro in rcsponsiblo public positions ho cannot bo too strongly condemned. Tho present theory seems to bo that n man may bo a good citizon until ho is placed in nn office, when ho LOSES HIS CHARACTER BY THE INFLUENCE OF CORRUPTION nnd turns a denf car to his constituents. But tho fact is that THOSE WHO SERVE YOU ARE A MIRROR OF YOURSELVES. Tho troublo with present day politics is duo to tho indifforonco of tho clcctorato nnd to their desiro for SENSATIONALISM and superficiality. Tlioro should bo tho GREATEST BllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllB liBlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHlfellBl ILIIIIIIIIIIHtsslllH 1 i iwBiiiiiimk(sl . . . INTENSIVE FARMING Dodder in Clover most dcstructlro Mix-ti- In this passage, Paul uses tho word "vain" twlco, although a different word Is used In each lnstanco. o In v. 13, tho ot the goapol Is referred to It Is wanting In reality; In v. 17, tho power of tho gospel Is referred to It Is barren In results. So fundamental, then, la tho resurrection ot Christ to Christianity thnt it Christ bo not risen from tho dead tho gospel of Christ Is wanting In reality, nnd barren In results; It Is false and groundless, barren and fruitless; It Is nothing, It does nothna-tur- . .. ing. I. Our Preaching Is Vain. Paul Wife of Lieut. Commander Benolst makes Christianity answer with Us d'Azy, naval attache of the French life for tho literal truth of the resurembany. rection ot Jcbub Christ from tho dead. That tho body of tho founder ot ChrisInsurgent leaders to start tho Insur- tianity did not remain in the grave rection. And though prosecuted for after the third day Is fundamental to criminal libel they challenge the tho gospel as Paul preached It. This plank Government to disprove their charges. great fact was a fundamental in the platform of the apostle's MEXICO OYEItSUADOWED ot the It was tho very Tho great conflict at Chicago this arch of Christianity, tho very core week has completely overshadowed ot tho gospel as he had received and Mexico as well as nearly everything proclaimed It, nnd as tho Corinthian oiso. No battles havo occurred, neither Christians had received it; Takeaway havo tho maneuvering on cither from Paul's gospel the fact that Christ you havo sldo resulted lu nnythlng spectacular arose from tho dead nnd very heart and core out of enough to claim an Inch of spaco de- taken the his message then it is nothing but a manded for tho greater show. painted story, a concocted tale; for the resurrection of Christ was not ' UNITED STATES NEWS a mere appendage to, but a constituContitiiml from I'irit I'agr tive part of Paul's gospel message. It ' it be truo that no living Christ Issued dny, over Yalo lu both tho Freshmen forth from the tomb ot Joseph, then nnd Varsity races on tho Thames that tomb became not only the grave Hlver at New London, Conn. Neither ot a man, but of a religion, too, with Yalo crew wan In tho contest from ell tho spiritual hopes built upon it. tho start, Harvard simply rowing 'and all the splendid enthusiasms It has inspired; then the whole gospel nway from Its opponent. ' story Is a sham, and unreality, an ImTO UALTIIIOItE THIS WEEK posture at Its very heart; then the Chicago Is no longer tho point of i platform of the gospel falls to pieces, heavy and the arch ot Christianity crumble! Interest on tho map, as tho weight events aro to bo pulled ctf into dust. at Daltlmoro this week. Tho demo- , If you have so Christ risen from cratic delegations began to arrho the dead, Bays the apostle, then on thero even before tho ilnal denoue- i what does the religion ot Christ rest, ment at Chicago, and thlng3 begau , and what reason have we tor preaching It? Then our words are empty "to como to pass" at once. Consider- sounds, the hopes we have aroused are as idle dreams, our pleas are vain boasts, able difference of opinion arose to tho selection of a temporary chairour proposals are vain things, our inman by tho National Committee. Mr. tentions are futile plans; Indeed, our whose message and preaching is a sham, a delusion, a tissue of falseWARREN S. STONE hoods, an empty phantom, a worthless fiction. Instead of our message being the proclamation ot a truth, it 1 is the dissemination of a lie, for If Christ bo not risen then in reality we have no gospel that Is worthy ot tho name our message is but a vain, goB-pe- l; key-ston- o I Ouo of tho t'.blo to find Its seeds lu any hoinc-ftun- d Tu avoid sowing tho seeds farmer rhould first acquaint thunisolvcs with their nppcamnce, and to do this It Is only necessary to buy a tripod magnifier costing nbout fifty cents, spread n sample of clover or alfalfa germinal en exactly like the si-dof clover, but after coming up loin seeds on n sheet of white paper and go Its hold on the Boll and lustri a nil forolgn seeds. Dodder Is t sieds may bo recognized by tho fact upon other pluuta. The love-vin-e related spvclii), but U (ommonl) that they aro smaller than thu aver-ag- o well matured clover nnd nlfalfa found on plants of little value, growseeds, measuring but about 0.01 Inch ing on wet land. In diameter, whereas good clover These plauts huvu no true leaved seeds should measuro about 0 07 Inch and uru not weeds In tho proper sense, In length, nnd rdfalfa 0.0S or 0.0 tut parasites, deriving all their nour Inch. Seeds of tho pest aro nearly ishment from 'plants of other borU ..1. . l.n....t. ....... . - r..K..;-oxWl-I ,......species becomo Tho lHl ot on ln.8 to 10 08SU.ro distructUe at times, Bnd'anK seed " damage a planting so ' BometlmcB .capsule. Tho surface Is dull und ..... IKM IU lAJIllirVl IUU UnilVI W ' 0U1UIVI eiuouth, tho color, palo gray, or plow It up. Fortunately, It does not light brownish gray. Seeds of tho field attack moat olhir plauts and hence, dodder or sometimes found If soli becomes thickly bowii with with clover seeds, average u llttlo IU seeds. It will Mill produce crops of larger than clover dodder seeds and n other sorts. Yet It Is sometimes thus aro not so easily screened out iionrr.i Of InKtt ntti! nntuivnnrrt ffi i. ,lh lh? 8?lvcs U3?J hy farmer to give up a tract ot land for . pres- Standard selves nro lu uso, however, clover, or alfalfa, becnuso of thu that wilt remove most, or all clover ence of Uio seeds ot dodder lu tho dodder seeds, and tho presence of boll, and tho question Is often askdodder seed lu samples Is to bo looked; "What can 1 do to get rid of It?" ed uon ns condemning tho stock Very llttlo cau bo done, oucu mil fiom which It wan taken. No man la thickly sown with tho seeds, ex- working for tho good ngrlcul- cept using tho land for other irop turn of llffl oOnnfrv of tho not subject to attack nnd waiting Hut suc'1 BCt?Js on tho market, until Uio seeds havo lost the r vital- hen farmers or seedsmen nro un.. ity. Juat how long this will bo no-i- 'n,,, to uecldo for themselves nbout . ccssary has not been detenu tied, but 1,10 preseuco of dodder seedn, Minnies many It would probably bo u good bo sent to tho Kxper , inent of jenrs. Judging btatlm at Lexington, whera they tho ierslsteiico ot other seeds. will bo examined free of charge. It Is a matter of tho utmost Farmers can help greatly In reducthorcfore, to prevent land ing tho Injuries of dodder, not onlv becoming infeuted with tho pest, and by refuslug to buy field soeds In Tho which aro dodder seeds, but by rehero something cau bo douo. soeds havo been sown In largo uum-befraining from harvesting cfovcr Beedo In Kentucky with clover nnd nl- of Infested fields. When dodder U falfa seeds. Our work ot Inspecting prevalent in clover or nlfalfa It ts tho field seeds Hold lu tho market sometimes wlso to cut tho crop tfcwed originally that a largo propor-P- ii Uio dodder seeds nro rlpo, or of both tho 'clover and nlfalfa clso plow tho wholo growth under soeds contained dodder seeds. At ouo und put tho land In Eomo other crop. ttmo screenings contained dodder nud A few patches ot dodder In a field other weed soeds were Imported t'j may somotlmes bo completely crad-Icte- d this country from Europe nud were by using crude carbolic acid our freely. This kills plants ot nil ttorta mixed with Uio seeds sold to farmers. This fact accounts for thu for a tttno, but In ono lnstnnco if general presence of dodder soeds slight Infestlou It was mado uso vt among clover and alfalfa seeds when to accomplish tho purposo very efwas fectively on tho Experiment Farm. wo began our work. Tho jiest nbout that tlmo so thickly howu over If. Carman, Entomologist nnd o Statu that at present ouo Is II- - Hoatnlst, Ky Experiment Station. y a 1 clover-lnf.-stlng lu Kentucky Is n small twin- lug yellow or reddish plant which over clover und alfalfa, clumber Becurlng lUvlf to these plant nnd robbing them of their wip. It cuniiH seed, from a mluuto bronulsh-gralooking llko u particle of dirt, which grown clover or alfalfa seed offend for Bale. Berea College DR. EDWARD C. DOWNING, DEAN. ' The College itself stands apart front all the other sohools under itt mtaV agement and has long maintained the highest standards known In the South. To conform to the Carnegie standards we have diminished our former requirements! Required and elective ttudlet with opportunity to concentrate In particular lines. Latest college library In Kentucky. Laboratories equipped for student practice. Courses leading to the degrees of A. B, B. S., B. L., and B. Fed. MU8IC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory. Band, may be taken for special fees In oonneoUon with work In any ot tot) above sohoola. Questions Answered Berea, Friend of Working Students. Berea College, with lta affiliate schools, it not a money-makinInstitution. It requires certain fees, but It expends many thousands of dollars eaoh year for the benefit of Kt students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for student to earn and save In every way. OUR SCHOOL 18 LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to proteet the character and reputation ot the young people. vOm students come treat the best families and are earnest to do well and ImpVove. For any who may, be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents In Berea live in College buildings, anl assist in work of hoarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to the value ot their labor. Except in winter it la expected that all will have a ohanoe to earn a part of their penset. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PER80NAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, pottage, books, eto., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate It the bett, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underolothlng, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. The tlve Store furnishes books, toilet artlolee, work uniforms, umbrellaa anl other necessary arUclet at cosL LIVING EXPENSES are really below oosL The College aaka no rent for the fine buildings In which ttudents live, charging only enough roost rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding anal towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, In the fall, and f LEO In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing ot bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for 8CHOOL FEE8 are two. return of room key, library books, etc This is paid but once, and It returned when the student departs. Becond an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services ot teaohert all our Instruction Is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for molt students it IS.00 a term, $(.00 In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 la Colls g ..,. "". '"." y eu love-vlti- o, B"', I ,1.1 '.,,, worthless, empty sham. Is this cred- rs ro BBBBBBBBBBBHBBkBBBH bbbbbbbbbbbbW'LbbI Mr. Stone, aa chief of the Brotherhood of Looomotlve Engineers, ha been conducting the neJ)otlatlone with the railway manager. GRADUATES IN CARPENTRY IWORLD NEWS Coaliuunt from First rige Tho crowds In tho Thberuurlo commencement morning will not soon forget tho demonstration by tho clans. Frances AuibuTgy receiv. Hi tho prlzo which was glveu by 'Mr. Uelknnp of Uio great Loulsvlllo Hardware Firm, a kit ot tools. Mr. Amburgy was called to his car-pont- ry homo Uio week beforo commencement by tho sudden death of his father, but his brother carefully mado arrangements for his return to tako part In tho exercises. Tho Instructors In Carpentry re commended that honorablo mention bo mado of Oscar Wilson who was it closo Becond to Mr. Amburgy, and Cleveland Frost and Illchnrd Howard, for progress mado lu skill, and deportment. door which has as Its end tho. preservation of tho Integrity of China. IN ITS HEAL LIGHT Tho riots In liclglum havo been itit'i.cd by the G,ovcrumcut, but tho cuuso of tho unrest has not been At tho bottom It Is a suffrage problem. On tho bare mention ot tho fuel It would soeui that a single oto to u man holding property, two votes to a man paying taxes on property and three votes, provided ho has Intellectual qualifications besides, would not bo bo bad. Hut in practice It la found to go all wroug. For It Is said In certain portions of tho country to put tho franchise practically Into tho bauds ot tho clerics, they being of tho educated class us well us tho property holders, and Ilryan, whllo stilt in tho press at Chicago, telegraphed his protests to tho selection ot Judgo Parker who was slated for tho place. (Jov. Wilson Immediately sided with Mr. Urynn, while tho other candidates were Tho convention was organized, Tuesday, Mr. Ilryan being defeated for temporury chairman by a voto ot 677 to COG. gal-lor- y DISASTER TO PICNIC PAHTY rotten wharf twelvo miles above Niagara Falls gavo way, Sunday even-ludropping more than ono hundred persoi'a luto tho river. Up to noon Monday sixteen bodies had been recovered from tho river. It Is thought that tho death list ts much larger. A g, It Christ be not risen, it be remained in the grave, then you have put faith In tho wrong person and in the wrong thing, for If Christ did not rlae, as he said, then he was nothing less than a false prophet, a betrayer, a blasphemer, who had death Justly. , suffered It is utterly worthless and useless to put your trust in one whose word has so utter ly failed. To build your hopes on one whoso most solemn assertions have fallen to the ground would be nothing less than sheer madness; such art act would not be faith but credulity; then such a person as the Lord Jesus Christ disappears, and you have nothing left but a man like ourselves In whom to believe. III. Yet In Your 81ns. It it here acknowledged that Christ alone can save from sins, but If he could not save himself from Bin's power how can he save the sons ot men from lt guilt and dominion? Christ himself distinctly taught that his death had redemption value, and that his resurrection from tho dead would be proof poslUve of this fact. The apostle Paul, also, says that "Christ died for our sins, and was railed again for our justification" (llom. 4:15.) But it Christ himself is still under the power of death, which is the wages ot sin, how, then, can he release others from the payment of that debt? Then his death has no redempUvo value. It Christ remained in the grave then humanity has no redeemer, man hat no Saviour; the guilt and power of sin hat not been removed, men are not pardoned, sinners are not Justified, the sinning and sinful raoe it still under the guilt and condemnation of tin and exposed to the Just wrath of a righteous Qod against sin and sinners. Then freedom from condomnaUon is unreal, the sense ot forgiveness Is a sham, the coniolousneat ot pardon tor tin It the ible? II. Your Faith la Vain. glate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by. the halt term. Installments are as follows i FALL TKRM VOCATIONAL AMD FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL 6 00 COLLBOK Incidental Pee Board, Room 7 f week 1911 . . 00 5.60 9 45 5 7.00 9 4S 9 7.0a 7.00 45 Amount due Sept. 11, Board 7 weeks, due Oct. jo, Total for term ICpnitllli Hilvnuce Incidental Fee Board, 6 weeka Amount due January 1, 1913 Board for 6 weeks, due Feb. Total for terra Incidental Fee Room Room , . ... os 943 1M5 943 S31.4U $U4S 943 90 aj.40 7.00 7.30 9 00 ' i 111. . t'JU.00 6.00 9.00 00 tit So til 90 6 00 7.20 9 00 WINTBR TERM I 5.00 Jjo 11, 191 Ju.jo 9.00 t 10 J . 9.00 1 19.00 9.00 If paid in advance fUH.ao ... TliRM STRING . 30.70 J 6 00 5.00 6.73 7.73 f 51.10 t3t,70 (7.00 00 6.73 5 l'J-7- $31.10 ' f 5 00 Board, 3 weeka 191 6 73 400 Amount due March iS, 1913 Board 3 weeka, due Apr. 30. Total for term Itpnld In ndtauco j. ,, I5 75 S.73 6.75 6.75 $13.30 In 50 fgy.OO Special Expenses Stenography and Typewriting J14 00 iu.oo Bookkeeping (regular courke) 11.00 1400 6.90 Bookkeeping (brief courte) 7.00 Uusinesa course studies for students in other departments: Stenogiaphy 1930 900 Typewriting, with one hour'a use .99 of instrument . 7.00 Commercial Law, Commercial Geography, Commercial Arithmetic or l'enmanihip, each I. So 1.10 In no case will special Business Feet ciceed I13.09 per term. t4.00 lUS.OO Business. Fall H'inttr Sprint Totu lio.oo 1000 3.0a $36 00 fi4 So 36.00 IS. 00 17.09 18 00 .... 7.30 3.00 1.39 ... ... no Plan Now, Come September 11th younu; limn or young woman can (rot nn education at Any Ueren If tlioro la tho will to do so. It U n grout udviititngo to start In tho full and lnvvo n full your ot continuous study. Many youiitr people wnsto time lu tho puullo schools going ovor und over the sumo thing, whou they might be Improving much faster by coming to lleroa nnd starting In on now studios with somo of tho best young men and women from other counties nnd states. Mako your plans to como on Boptomber it. For Information or friendly advice write to tho.Secretary, Hblo-boilto- grttteit delusion. D. WALTER MORTON, Bcrca, Ky. Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. ward, but Bill's wound was flights Mr. anil Mrs. E. E. Gabbard who have been nt Bcrca for the past nluo months where Mr. Gabbard has been In school nro visiting relatives hero. They will bo In charge of a church nt John Crockcttsrllle this Bununer. Frost, Jr., will tench the school nt Esau this year, nnd tho 'MIbbcs Lama' ond Mattle Kay of Major will teach at Grassy Branch. Itcvs. John Mnson and Isaac Gabbard preached at Esau last Sunday .There will be preachm,; at the College nt this placo, Sunday, by Kev. John Mason nt 10:3u a. in., nnd In tho nfternoon by Bro. E. E. Gabbard at 3:30 p. m. Bro. Helton filled his regular appointment nt Grassy Branch tho second 'Saturday and Sunday. James nnd Logan Gabbard hnvo returned homo from Ohio. John Alcorn, the tie Inspector, has ties been here this week Inspecting for Gabbard Bros. John Frost, Jr, Is visiting relatives In Hamilton, U. Circuit Court convenes at Boono-vlll- o next 'Monday. Ilev. Walter Bat-le- y will preach at U10 Hall school house on tho left hand Fork of Cow Creek next Sunday. Samuel Wilson nnd daughter, Lucy, were at Booiw-vlllof Friday. H. O. Reynolds, fine Everoslo caught 25 pounds of fish this week In two nights. Mr. Griffin of St. Helens, representing the Raleigh Medicine Company, made a trip through here, recently. Mr. hurt Shipley, a traveling man was very badly near tho mouth of Cow Creek. His hcrso became frightened while crossing a bridge over a small stream and fell off of It breaking 1U neck and 'Mr. Shipley cscaed death but was bruised very badly. MAJIIH Major, June, 21. Miss Annie Mar-cuof near Nlcholasvllle Is visltin.; e, func of tho most promising seasons about hero. Corn, oats and grass were n0ver 27, 191a. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROOKS Boone, Juno 24. -- Horn to Mr. nnd Mrs. Leo Wren cn tho 3rd, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. U. II. Chnstecn visited tho homo of J. Lcvctt Inst Sundny. Tho Gth Sundny, meeting will !j held nt Falrvlow. All nro cordially Invited to nttend. Born to Mr. nnd 'Mrs. Chns. Wron, n boy, on tho 9th. Mrs. Mattlo Coylo and daughter, Talltlm, were visiting Mrs. Norn Mr. John Wren near Boone, Sundny Gtilnn of Conwny nnd a cow killed by a train near that plnco n few days East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Ho better. SKXTDNN CltKKK totierco4fi)ce pob1Lbf4 ttUf In (all ty ttt wtttt. Writ ll not lot publication, but (I tridtict lit tane ef root fclth. pUlaly, hauling goods from East Bernstndt this week for W. H. Englc and Hun-to- r. V. B. Metcnlf and wlfo FOR COUNTY SUPT. OF JACKpaid SON COUNTY Mrs. Mary Bingham a visit cite day Kerby Knob, Ky., Juno 18, 191a. tnls week. Tho work on the hospiIt Is now no unusual thing for wo- tal at Gray Hawk Is moving on nicely. H. H. Illce and wife of Vino men to servo as County Superintendents, and In other high educational paid their uncle, J. U, Bingham, n positions. A number of counties of visit, Saturday night nnd Sunday. this .state have Becurcd notablo ser- Aunt Jane Simpson died, June 14th, of old age, Sho was l3 years and five vice from their women superintendmonths old. She wns the wife of example: ents, for John Simpson nnd the mother of 10 Cora Wilson Stewart has won national famo by her very efficient ser- children. She has 3D grandchildren superintendent of Howan nnd 17 great grand children. She w.is vice as a member of the Baptist church for County schools. great schools of Chicago are - years and was a good old lady The ally managed by Mrs. Ella Flngg nnd loved by all who know her. She was burled In the Ambrose cemeYoung. Mary Lyon, like the undersigned, tery by the side of her husband who tiled 19 years ago, was a poor mountain girl. Sho strugNATIIANTON great odds to secure gled against Nathanton, Juno 22. We have had an education but succeeded and tho founder of Mt. Holyoke plenty of rain in this vicinity for the John Seminary which made possible for Iist week. Crops look well. the first time In the history of tho Abncr of Teges, Clay County, and world a general, liberal education for Miss Nannie Wood of this place were married Saturday, the 8th. We exgirls. Having taught u the public schoola tend to them our best wishes. Mrs. at Emily llosklus of Estill County, who of Jackson County seven years, Burning Springs In Clay County eight has been visiting friends and relamonths and In the Foundation Schools tives of this place, has returned Evans of Derea College, two terms, 1 feel home. Mr. and .Mrs. Win. that I could servo my county efficient- nnd Mrs. Curry visited at A. B. Holoomb's, Sunday. Mr. and 'Mrs. Wm. ly in tho office of Superintendent. So, In response to many requests, Moore and little daughter, Georgle I hereby announce my candidacy for Lou, spent Saturday and Sunday with the office of County Superintendent relatives nt Mauldeu. Church services July C and 7. of Schools of Jackson County, and 1 will be held at Union, B. H. Holcomb has contracted his ask all friends of education to fall on Sturgeon to Golden and Co. In line and unite Irrespective of party farm a for ten dollars per acre. in my support, thus securing rRITETT Superintendent of Schools, who li Prlvett, Juno 22. Isaac Bowles, ono a promoter of education rather than of the licrca students, Is spending n politician. his vacation with home folks now. Anna Powell. One of tho oldest ladles In our vicinity, Ai'iil Jane Simpson, departed ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce Kir. from this earth June 14th. She lost James F. Hays (son of Uncle Dick) her eye sight and mind about three of OHn, Ky., as a prospective candi- years age. She was a devoted Chrisdate for sheriff of Jackson County, tian. Sho was taken to the family before the Republican primary in graveyard near Grecnhall for burial. Tho Misses Lucy Judd and Sudlo August 1913. Hays 8ent last Saturday night at MoKKE The McKee, June 24. County and Quar- the homo of 'Mr. L. J. Peters. interly court was held here last week. Itcv. Anderson preached a very J. E. Holcomb had a severe stroke teresting sermon at Oak Grove last la3t Sunday. There were two additions of paralysis In his left side and Saturday. This is the becond stroke to the church. Bill Hamilton Henrietta Klggs of had. Frank Hays visited In granddaughter, he has Welchburg last Saturday and Sun- Livingston, are visiting friends and day. L. C. Little was in town several relatives in this vicinity. Mr. Buck daugh days last week. 'Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Metcalf and wifo visited their Messier loft for Maryville, Tenn., last ter, Mrs. Dan Word, last week. The Tuesday to attend a missionary meet- Messrs. J. W. Davis and family and Morris cad family of McKee at. ing. A teachers' examination was L. Sunheld here last Friday and Saturday. ttnded church at Oak Grove last day. John Anderson and wife visitThere were about fourteen applicants. Cle", the little daughter of A. W. ed relatives In Clay County last Satl!aker, has been very sick for several urday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff days, but is better now. Judge 'J'. Strong visited their daughter, Mrs. J. Coyle was In town a few days last James '.Metcalf, last Sunday. KKK1IY KMOll a week. Miss Graco Farmer of Kerby Knob, June 24. .Myrtle Powwas a visitor at this place a last week. Mrs. V. T. Amyx ell, daughter of Huston and Sallle and her children, Georgia and Clif- Powell, became seriously 111, Friday ford, of Livingston wero visiting I nfternoon. She died Sunday morning Tint twrt!tVMil f."rltv at i Vln-L- ' their old friends here last week. .Mrs. Arch Reynolds left for Lexington last have our deepest sympathy. Tuesday where he will try to get Wm. Junes and daughter of Dreyfus employment. Graham Farmer, who have been visiting relatives at tills Is conductor on a street car in Lex- place for a few days. Several from ington, was at home a few days last this placo attended the dedication at J. K. bacK Owsley Fork Church, Sunday. week. His sister, Mary, went with him for a short visit. Mr. Felix Johnson of Indlanunolis is visitlm: Bowman and family visited John I his brother, G. W. Johnson a few Farmer and family from Thursday days. J. K. aud G. W. Johnson and till Monday. John Farmer, Jr., who jlumlly and Bessie Click visited relahas Just finished a term in the Navy tives at McKee, Saturday night and has como back home. He married Sunday. Henry Click's children hao while in service and brought his wife whooping cough. Molly Wyatt with him.-'M- rs. and 0W8LET COUNTY Mrs. Mattle Carpenter are visiting STUItGEON. their father, John Farmer, this week. Sturgeon, June 24. Mrs. Blalnu George Johnson, of Kerby Knob, Wilson has been very 111 but Is and Jim Johnson of Indianapolis, Ind. lapldly improving. The little daughwere in town last Saturday and Sunter of B. L. Brewer is also improvday. There will be a Sunday School ing. Blalno Wilson had a good mule picnic at the Indian House on July to die with bots. There will ho 4th. preaching here Sunday by the llet. Ward of Stono Cole. Eight men DDBLII Hurley, Juno 21. Crops are look- passed thru this vicinity, Friday ing fine in this community. Jno Dun-ci- l niorniug, and It was supposed they of this place lost a fine mare the were scouting. We learn bince that were Gabbard they were from Buffalo und other day. Mrs. "Martha who has been sick for so long is engaged in tho killing of Dock Gab- slowly improving. Since tho rain bard. They were arrested, Sunday, not everybody U busy trying to keep tho fur from hero by Green Wilson an.l weeds out of their com. Miss Lucy his deputy sheriff, Sanders. W. M. Itoborts who has becu sick for some A. Hays, the foreman ut the mill, tltno is itnproving fast. Sunday bad to shut down his works on school at this placo Is progressing Ho of a defect lu the boiler. nicely Georgo Gabbard made a now has one in from Idumay and will business trip to Livingston one day bo ready for work soon. Dan Parker this week. Leonard Gabbard is suf- of Conkllug caught Dome nlco fish fering groat pain with a bruised rib nnd sent them to Dr. Mahaffey of caused by a horse pawing him. Wo Sturgeon by Win. McCollum. Circuit are glad to say that Mrs. Laura Hur- Court will convene at Dooiievlllo this ley who has been sick Is visiting her week. parents at Dango. cow cki:i:k (UtAYllAYVK Cow Creek, June 21. We had some Gray Hawk, June 23. Tho Hev. gCi.d rains this week which were Dan Smith and W. II. Anderson ladly needed. Dill Gabbaid and bropreached 011 at Oak Grove, Sunday, ther, Wilson, both of Gabbard There were two additions to tho Buffalo Creek were recently shot M. Hayes lins been from ambush. Wilson died soon after church. JACKSON COUNTY 7- be-tnr- is just the thing that than the book, but looking for a collection of supplementary problems nhich are interesting because they deal with things closely related to the life of the n child, profitable aside from their Arithmetical value, for the they contain, bringing as they do, to the child's mind in a new way great truths regardiug life which are within themselves enough to give a new outlook upon the world. No subject in the common school course is more poorly taught than Arithmetic, and chiefly because it is bookish and dead. Get a copy of this booklet which Professor Calfee, with great care and thought, has put out aud yuu will, moreuickly than in nny other way that I can suggest, get teachers ami children alike so that they will really grasp the essentials of the subject, because a touch of life has been added which makes learning possible through a keen interest in the problem. Knowing what the book contains, nnd the needs of the teacher in the country school, I can most earnestly advise any teacher, no matter how much he or she may know, to invest in this book; for it will save time, carry the school inlo the home, the farm, the forest, and every rural interest into the school. wide-awake infor-matio- Sextons Creek, Juno 22. Born to tho wlfo of 0. W. Hunter, a flno girl. n Her namo is Kdnn- - Mrs. Lntirn has been sick but Is better now. Llttlo Nathan, son of (1. W. Hun-tc- r, was very badly hurt, Wednesday evening, by a niulo running over him. Dewey Marctim got his arm broken last Saturday evening. Little Colnoy Scott who wns reiwted hurt last week Is much hotter. J. A. Poynter returned Hunter will start a singing school Msb Battle nRo. nt Island City next Saturday. Thero homo from Richmond, a few dnys bo preaching nt the Clark school ago, where she has been attending will Poynter houso on tho third Sunday In July.n school for aotne time. tleo, W. N. Burch will tench tho Ang-timade n business trip to Brodhend school, this year, this being his ono day last week. third term at that plnce. ItOCKKIIItl) ESTILL COUNTY Rockford, Juno 24. Died nt midI.OCIMT II II A NCI I night, Sundny night, Mr. S. A. Holt, There Locust Branch, Juno 21. Wo hnd a very bad consumption. of hall storm In this soctlou which did will bo preaching next Saturday anil much damage to everything. Sonio Sundny nt llenver Pond. Everybody Is almost invited. Elbrldgo Oglesby will garden nnd corn crops are his school the lMh. Erby incliruined. Thero was meeting at Macedonia church, Saturday and Sunday ne!! and. wife wero the welcome and Sundny night. Tho meetings were guests of John Collins and wife, Sund by Rev. Geo. Childress, day. II. U. Blckuell nnd family conducted Sheard Baker last Sunday. Mrs. nnd Rev. J. W. Unnbert nnd two other preachers from New Hope. Verlua Collins and children visited Mrs. John lllcknell last week. Thj There was n largo crowd. Misses Hazel and Mnmla lllcknell are. CLAY COUNTY visiting their grandfather this week 1IUHMNO MI'IUNUM near Bcrca. Llse Barker and wife Burning Springs, Juno 21. Lloyd called to see his mother nt West llegley of Egypt called on our merIrvine last week. chants tho early iart of the week. MADIiON COUNTY Millard Brown Is driving for drum-nie- r DURYrt'l Thos. Robinson this week. Dreyfus, Juno 18. Mrs. Alfred HurTho many friends of Thos. Rawllngs 0m) he niny recover from his illness. ley who has been sick for so long of Is thought to bo some better. Mr. -- Mr. nnd Mrs. Buckner Abner Garrard County are visiting nt Uw (Irauson Clark has moved his saw mill to the Combs Mountain and Is sawing for J. L. Jones. Mrs. Muzzy Gat-- 1 If f of Double Lick Is visiting her CALFEES RURAL ARITHMETIC Bister, Nora Gatllff of Dreyfus. Mar-lleon tho 12th of June, Curio Luni-for- d If it were possible io judge the value of a book by its size or cost, Judge to 'Miss Sudle Ruckcr. the value of the there would not be ninny words required to express Shackleford of Richmond officiated. little book which Prof. John E. Calfee, professor of Mathematics in F. M. Jones has been appointed the Normal Department of Berea College, has just had issued from Postmaster at Dreyfus Jno. F. Luns-for- d the price is smaller the College press. There are but 04 pages, and Is In Rushvllle, Ind., for a short teachers are it Bow-Finln vis-lie1 d, 1 Berea Printing School Department of Berea Cotlt ft (The Citizen it a specimen ef our work.) HEADS, LETTER SER MONS AND DOOKS IN THE I1E PRINTS HAND-BILL- CARDS, REPORTS, AT MANNER. PRICES. AND LOWEST patronage It tiked to faslp students, and to Imurt your getting your money's worjf Your CALL AT THE OFFICE Ofl SND ORDERS BY MAIL. YOU WILL OET SATISFACTION. TERMS dress CS&fCP- - imm BEREA, KY. Berea Printing School Houses to Rent To thos who have children to td cats and with to rtildt In Btrsa for a lonfltr or shorter time to enjoy Ite educational advantages, the College haa a number of houeee, large and small, torn of them partly furnished, to rent on reasonable terms. Addrett THE COLLEGE TREASURER BEREA, KY. visit. THE OA&KAKD COUNTY rAurr uc Ciias. D. Lewis. It's War to the Death on the Fly. I 1 m. . j in .... aritry nMri I C .ircs?. 1 x- - I I 1 J Ora Paint Lick, June 17. Miss Flanery of Kingston has been visiting MUs Netllo Trcndway, this week. Narse Sckol f fltrs. ('. E. Williams of Madison, Berea College Ind., is visiting her parents, Mr. ad Mrs. 1. C. Rucker. Quarterly meet HAS BEST OPERATINO ROOM ing was held at Walnutta the If. and Willis of AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES 16th of this mouth, Rev. Iterea acting as presiding Elder, FOR CARE OF A LIMITED NUMBER lie was accompanied by his wife ami OF PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREAT Miss Annie Wallace of Wallaceton. Tho Messrs. Asher, Brandenburg, MENT GREATLY INCREASES PROSEstrldge, Metcalf and Rucker were PECTS OF RECOVERY. Tho In Richmond last Saturday. County Road machine is at work Rates One Dollar a day and np. Miss on the Ijincnster pike now. Bond for prompt payment required. Suslo Smith who hits been attending school at Derea came home, Inst For further particulars address week. Mrs. Jnuo Vnnhook who has Nute been with her duaghter, Mrs. Thompson, In Indianapolis, Ind., for THE BEREA HOSPITAL tho iwist two yeurs. Is visiting hero BEREA, KY. with her grandson, Wm. West and other friends. Berea Hospital Traiiuf Be-rt- few-day- s w Hamilton, 0., Letter Hamilton, O., June 22. Miss Lucy GREAT STORY Johnson of IlumllUui, O., Is spending Wo began our great serial story a month lu Berea, Ky J. W. Flanery I In last week's Issue, Is now located at SOU Cleveland Ave., "Freckles" Hamilton, 0., and doing a splendid running one chapter. This week we business, and wilt bo glad o hear run a wholo page nnd wo urge every reader who has not read thu Btory from his Horen friends. A. J. Gabbard Is still In poor health. Robert to hunt up last week's paper and beEnglo, a merchant of Berea, was visit- gin It nt once. We know what wo are tho Judge talking nliout. This Is ono of ing In Hamilton, last week. over published. stories Blair gave an Interesting talk at the greatest Y. M. C. A., Sunday afternoon. Tho "Freckles" wns Btich a boy and such Fellows Statu a man ns every father aud mother , big parade of the Odd Convention was witnesed Juno lath, would llko their iKjys to le and beby thousands of people. Meredith come, and tho story. If tho boys Gubl.ard has finished painting his can bo Induced to rend It, wi'agkt'P hcute. Born to Mrs. E. E. Flanery, n the fathers and mothers ln'n-ln- g nnd tho boys. It Is a thrilling girl. On Juno 17 the children from tho Odd Fellows home lu Springfield, Inspiring story, and, If otico started, Ohio, gave tho cantata "Cinderella" tho week will pass all too slowly unlu tho Coliseum to nu Immense au- til thn next Installment comes. Save tho pniRTB, nnd, if you arc dience. Tho Lincoln S. S. Is doing splendid work. It is madu up almost Interest! d In your neighbors' boys, entirely" of Kentucky people. Mere- loan them to everybody In tho or letter, nsk them to dith Gabbard of Owsley County, Ken- to now and wo will bo able tuck) , is bt'perlntendent send tho back numbers. I neigh-borhxd, sub-ocrl- I FORMER MOUNTAIN VETERAN DEAD A NEW PREMIUM I --Graj trlonds and relatives here, this week. Edward Cook, a former sutdent of Berea, is In this community sollct-ln- g orders for Tho Citizen. Wo Iiojkj him much success. P. M. Frye purchased a fine milk cow from James '.Mrs. Cynthia Flanery if Wilson. Buck Creek will teach at White Oak this year. Wo wish her much success. Miss Olllo Campbell who has been visiting In Perry County, recently returned home. Most of the ioopl In this community uro over their corn the first time, with the ilnest prot-pecever known nt thlstlmoof tho year. Anco Peters had his leg hurt badly last week by a wngou loaded with ties ruuulug over It, ts In Atlanta Constitution. Rawllngs. Geo. homo of Mr. Thos. "t Rawllngs of London is visiting Iwro this wook. J. W. Montgomery Is mak lng a concrete walk for 'Miss Hiiagon. The Educational board met nt this placo to appoint teachers last Saturday. Tho following will teach hero this year: The Messrs. Lee Jones, Joseph Craft and MIsb Haagen. Mrs. Isaac Chestnut 1ms returned from an extended visit thru Iaur3l Couuty. Mnlan Stnndafer of Hazard uf recently married. Ella, widow Emit Rawllngs. They will reside .t Hazard nt present, Mr. and Mrs. Gen. McCnary will reside at Mrs. Rawlins's horns during her absence. "the recent rains have made this one Captain Ben Dlanklnshlp died at his home near Beilvllle, Kansas, Juno. 9th. He was born nud raised lu Harlan County, Kentucky, and was captain of a company in a batalllon knowu ns tho Three Forks Ilatulllon. At tho close of tho war ho moved to Kansas aud at tho ttuiu of his death owned a good farm In his adopted state. Blunkliishlp Captain camo into prominence owing to the fuel that It was his company that killed tho thirteen rebel prisoners nt Drowning Caek near the. clobo of the war, In defense of the captain t was claimed by his friends that these prlboners wero trying to escape. Arrangements havo been made with Prof. Calfeo by which The Cltlien Is enabled to offer his new Rural Arithmetic Just out, commendation ef which, by Prof. C. D. Lowlo, will bo found on this page, ns a preinji"" wltli Tho Citizen. Tho publlsheTs; price of tho book Is 25 cents, but It may be obtained with a yearly subscription to The Citizen for Wo extiect to havo It In the hands of our agents soon, but those wishing to obtain It by mall with Tho ClUzon ran do do by sending us $1.15. 11-1- ( Hit Viewpoint. Don't run "Do careful, chauffeur. over any babies." "1 won't, Blr, Them nursing bottles plays bob with tires." Maxlmt of a Novelist. "Rotations always want to know whore you are going and what you are doing there's nothing to curious at relations." "One gets to know people better lu ono's thoughts tometlmet than when ono Is with thorn.". "Btr Objection." by Mrs. W. K. Clifford.