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FAULKNER, Manager Port-nJIf- t nt Itrtta, Ay, at utmd tUiu mnU matttt. Devoted to tlie Interests of tlie MovuitSLin People n The Citizen DEUEA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 4, 1012 Vol. XIV. Fivo cents copy, One Dollar n year. No. 1 GLAD AND NOT SAD Our emotions nro not conflicting this week. It linn not been our fight nt Haltimoro but wo always havo our choico in the other fellow's fight, nnd Wood row Wilson hns been our Democratic candidate from tho first our fnvoritc. Tho Democratic Convention lind the advantage of following the Chicago Convention, and its loaders profited thereby its one great lender, Iiryan. And our admiration for Bryan is enhanced ninny fold. Indeed his leadership in the Convention wns nn enviable leadership. Iiryan, ns tho master of tho Democratic Convention nt Haltimore, is n greater man than if he had been President ouce or twico or than if he wcro tho nominee of this Convention. Wo nro almost and after nil. Why didn't our own "Teddy" play the ndinirablo rolo nt Chicago that Iky an played nt Baltimore? That in what wo thought ho would do six months ngo, nnd that is what wo wanted him to do. But ho yielded to temptation nnd threw his hat into the ring, Teddy was less wise thnu Bryan, nnd Bryan has punctured his wind bag by mnking tho Democratic party progressive nnd nominating Wood row Wilson on n progressive platform. EXIT, the bnndnna. YOU MAKE A CLEAN CUT SAVING buying your clothing and furnishings at this store. We are receiving the most substantial encouragement in return for our efforts to serve people with the best By Oliver Cultivators Simplest and Best Guaranteed even to the color of the paint that money can buy, at the smallest margin of profit. QUALITY and PRICE with good service have made this store of exceeding usefulness to our community and will keep it so. Watch our windows and watch our advertisements for THE DEADEST PLACE IN THE WORLD A number of years ngo wo wnnted to tench n public school nnd travelled rather extensively throughout n certain county trying to persundo vnrious trustees that wo were the teacher they were looking for. In our wanderings wo passed ono day down n beautiful valley which showed evidences of prosperity on every side; the homes were reasonably comfortable, tho fields were clean and in a good state of cultivation, the fences good nud hero and thero promising orchards. One day Inst week we met nn old friend of this neighborhood on tho trnin, nnd our first question wns, "How is uow," calling tho little town by name, for the vnlley sports n town now. "It's tho deadest placo in tho world," wns the reply. "What is tho matter J" was our next question. "Thero is nothing doing there now," we were told, 'Tho coal has been is nbout exhausted nnd tho mines nre shut down. n busy plnce from tho time the inilroad came until last year, but it is in n worso conditiou now than ever.'' "How do you nccoiint for this Btato of things V wensked. "Well," wns the reply, "you see the land owners sold their mineral rights nnd got enough to live on without work for severnl yenrs. Thero were evidences of prosperity everywhere but tho busy ones were mostly trnnsients, tho farmers and those who lived in the neighborhood contenting themselves with sitting on their porches and watching tho trains go by or going to the station to see what wns going on, their farms growing up meanwhile, their fences rotting down or being torn down by tho miners and tho companies that were developing the country, nnd their orchards, of course, failing to yield for want of attention." "It wns enough for them or the most of them to work a few days in the mines or live oil of their small royalties. But now there is no work to bo done; the country in developed; that is, its mineral is exhausted. And incidentally it may be said that the pittanco tho farmers received from tho mining companies is exhausted too, so they aro throvni back upon their neglected or devastated farms and 'their last state is worse than tho first'. And they themselves are somewhat older nnd less nblo to engage in the battle of life on tho fnrm." "Tho deadest place in tho world," nnd this is what development, ns npplied to Eastern Kentucky, means. But who is to blame f The people themselves for their wnut of foresight. . Ono can imagine it very different at Suppose, for instance, that these farmers had recognized their opportunity that the mines offered them a great market for their products nnd had undertaken to supply tho demand instead of allowing everything that tho minors nnd they themselves nte nud wore, shipped in from n distance. Supposo they had turned their fields nud hills into gardens and orchards. CHRISMAN'S man 'THE seasonable offerings. furnitur IN e R. R. COYLE DEREA, KENTUCKY t1'5 Woodrow Wilson Wins OUR OWN STATE THAT KENTUCKY HALL When Can Work on It Begin? That is for Madlton County to Decide WDRLDJEWS Prof. Matheny Is Asking The Insurrection Collapsing in Cuba Chinese President Making Goo- dQuestion. Plotters Arrested in Korea An Tho question of actually beginning other Zeppelin Destroyed Storms work on tho proposed Kentucky Ilnll in Canada. for girls nt llerea Is an Interesting question to a good many pooplo. CUUAN INSURRECTION COLLAPSING Workmen want to know, inert who havo lumber and material want to Tho Federal forces In Cuba, asknow. AND THE GIRLS WANT TO sisted In soma Instances by United KNOW. States marines, aro making good, Must wo turn away ZOO girls next and It Is claimed that tho InsurrecyrorT tion hna practically collapsed, Presl- - LADIES HALL Cost SoO.OOO in 1071; Good for Long Years to Come. $31,-00- W&ttaf ftfttir&ft i 0 As has been said It will cost to build as good a building ns IL'OO for each girl. I'oarkons Hall 1100 for each room nnd many person g would havo a satisfaction It they should provldo onu room, cr ono girl's shelter. bo DeuldeB tho $34,000 there will needed mcney to furnish tho build-luand money to conuect It with the heat and water mains. And thero will bo soma uxpenso In collecting tho money. In llerea It has cobt nothing, hut In Madison nuil County thcro will bo horso-hlr- o life-long, ly dent Gomez Is In considerable trouble, somo of the Havana newspapers persist In their denunciation cf him and ndd to their accusation that ho connived with tho Insurant leader to bring about tho disturbance a further claim that ho has funds. m i i ii I i i i i i i i ii i YUAN SHI KAl'S HANDS STRENGTHENED Tlio Chinese Assembly has Indorsed tho appointment of Lu Cheng-Hslan- g a3 Premier by a veto of 71 to 10. This Is taken to bo a vote of confidence In tho President, and postage and other outlays. also, Inasmuch as tho appointment Tho trustees decided that tho work Is considered nu exceptionally good might legln when JM.OOO Is subscrib- one, Is nn Indication that tho affairs ed In subscriptions that aro really as of tho now Republic aro becoming good as cash. That means that somo settled. (Contlmirtton ' Democratic Nomination on 40th Bal lotGovernor Marshall, of Indiana, Taft Supporter Rewarded Powers Has no Opposition Demands for Gets Second Place Long Drawn the Bandana In Louisville Blakely Out Battle Ends In Apparent After Kirk K. E. A's Greatest SessionDeath in Fire. Tho Democratic National Conven GETS HIS REWARD tion, which was called to order h W. Marshall Bullett, a Louisvlllo ses week ago Tuesday, closed Its attorney and politician, leader In sion eight days and a few hours tho fight four years ago which re tho adoption of a ringing later with platform and tho selection of Gover sulted in a victory for tho Taft for ces In Loulsvlllo and tho defeat of nor Marshall of Indiana for seoond Lradley and his gang, has 'oornotoWood-roplace on tho ticket, Governor bis roward, President Ta t tjliav i ng Wilson of New Jersey having T oppolnted him won In tho long and hotly contesttho United States. ed fight for the first placo, on tho TRACK FOR POWERS 4Cth ballot. Caleb Powers, now representing tho the As in tho Chicago Convention tho 11th District, Is to havo no opprevious week, tho fight at Halti moro began, before tho convention position, either Republican or Demoassembled, in tho work of the cratic, this fall, tho time at which candidates must petition to get their National Committee. names 'on the ballot for tho primary Bryan, who was In tho press gal In August having expired and n lery nt Chicago reporting the Republican Convention, launched tho firht names having been presented. to ROOSEVELT SENTIMENT discordant noto in his protest Thero Is considerable Roosevelt, tho action of tho Committee in selecting Judge Alton B. Parker, Denio-ciat- or now party sentiment, about Loulsnomlneo In 1901, for tempor vlllo, a number of tho Republican Commltteo having resigned and anary Chairman. The lines upon which tho fight m nounced their Intention of organiztho Convention, which was destined ing for tlio support of Mr. Roosevelt progressive party. to last a weolc and to bo epoch maU- - and his Contlnuttl on rage Two BITTER FIGHT A bitter fight seems to bo brewing between Judge Blakey of Beatty-vlll- o and Judge A. J. Kirk of Palnts-vill- o, UNITED TATES NEWS both candidates for tho Appel-lat- o Judgeship of tho 7th District. To Blakey has asked Kirk for a series Will Wear Bandana In Mass. Manage Taft's Campaign Tariff of joint debates and also Insists that Board Starved Out Indictment of ho resign as Circuit Judgo whllo a Congress School Attendence. candidate. Letters passed between tho two candidates, given out for Pub- MASSACHUSETTS BOLTERS been 'llcatlon, indicate a bitter fight. party has Mr. Itooscvolfs A GREAT GATHERING Uuiiched In Mass., two hundred Re- I Tho K. E. A. closed Its annuaUnea-'.-- ,, publicans vb" were interested i. his receut cu.ipalgn having separat- slon in Loulsvlllo last week.TjgTi&K ed themselves from tho party and Association was moro largely attends progressive cd than ever beforo, tho numbers organized a new running Into tho thousands. And tha party and notified tho character of tho addresses and tho, of their action. of tho program were general make-u- p TO MANAGE CAMPAIGN Republican leaders havo been look- - of a decldely higher class than at w Solicltor-CknetpSulc - . if ' (Cotitlnucd on l'tite EIkIiI) (Continunl on rge Two) l'uc I'our) CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE PAOB FIRST Editorials World Nowa Kentucky News Letter from l'res. Frost. That Kentucky Hall. PAOE TWO. School Lessou World Nows (cont.) PAOE THREE Tempcranco Homo Courso In Health Culturo. Derea Reunion at Cleveland PAGE FOUR Local Nows Letter to tho EdIUr Letter from Mr. Burgess Sunday PAGE FIVE Great Stock Reducing Salo. PAOE SIX Tho thrco hundred million loan, nsoured by tho final Indorsement of Russia nlong with tho flvo other F.rent Powers, Is reported to havo been rojected by tho Chlneso owIhr to tho fear that tho foreign supervisors, provided In tho terms of tho loan, would becomo tho virtual rulers of Japan. (Ccmllmiftl from page two) fi BimJBang! LETTER FROM PRESTfROST Serial Story. Kind Hcarto PAGE SEVEN Intensive Farming Sermon Rocks Recommended PAGE ElOHT Eastern Kentucky Correspondence Chautauqua Another Kind ofBerea Dear Headers of The Citizen: I loft Horea In tho cool morning hours of Wednesday, wlUi six llerea girls on their way to Chautauqua. On tho train wus Rev. F. F. Drown of tho llaptlst Seminary In Louisville, who has been In Derea for a few days to consult our Library, and later wo found Vernon Wheeldon, a former Borea student now an engineer In Now York City. It was a long rldo across Ohio, nnd hot till wo reached Cleveland and tho southern, shoro of Lako Erlo, Wo reached Chautauqua at 7 p. m., and soon mado our way to tho llerea Cottage and wcro glad to go to bed early and sleep late next morning. This is tho real and first chau- Continued oil I'sge v, 00mH -" !rZj Watch this Space Next Week X'. - i (E)fcuipthe Qjt ouwfthc crtckeRg-7frtyatn- ot grbpMni iforcctMief roman carldlesandthc ycAir wheczerfJ TjgcbdrMk, Ad"suvithliwhich tncyBre craWr Be sane! AndjarWfcd, And donjt; you holler roudcrNNnNjA isper.l Though icaygjvd you pain, Than a mere U Swat tho Fly To hnv Tc tjbjlP' nrAJ lis pockfctj! $ejcM,eJMk . HENRY LENGFELLNER JACKSON ST., rL BEREA, KY., PHONE 7 OR 181. THE CITIZEN. mako ri fellow Yen bo" dreaming of such Interesting things as thero aro hero. I've seen tho parks, but they nln't even beginning to be In It with Limberlost- - It's all new and strange to me. I don't know a thing about any of It. Tbo bullfrog told mo to 'And out,' plnln ns day, and books are tho only way, nln't they?" "Of course." said McLean, astonished nt himself for bis heartfelt relief. Ho bad not guessed until th.it minute what It would have meant to Mm to havo Freckles give up. "You know enough to study out what you want yourself If you havo tho books, don't you?" "I am pretty sure I do," snld Freckles. "I learned all I'd I ho chnnce nt In the linme, nnd mo schooling was good ns far ns It went. Wouldn't let you go pnst fourteen, you know. I always did me sums perfect, and I loved mo history books. I never could cot mc grammar to suit them. They said tt was Just born In mo to go wrong talking, but 1 could knock them all out Kinging. I wns always lender In the home, and once one of the superintendents gave me car faro and let mc go Into th city nnd sing in n boys' drovo n staple, screwed on a' laTctr and gavo Freckles n small padlock, so that ho might safely fasten In his treasures. Ho mado a shelf in tho top for tho books and last of all covered tho caso with oilcloth. It was tho first tlmo In Freckles' life that any ono lifTO ever dono that much for his pleasure, and It warmed his heart with pure Joy. "Mr. Duncan," ho said. "I don't know why you nro being so mighty good to me. but If you hnvo any Jobs up at tho cabin that I could do for you or Mrs. Duncan hours off tho lino It would make mo mighty happy." "Freckles," said Duncan ns bo began gathering up his tools, "I ennnn seo that It wilt hurt ye to bo told that ye aro doln' every day a thing that pleases the boss as much as anything yo could do. Ye're bcln uncommon faithful, lad. and honest ns old Father Time. McLean Is trustln' yo ns ho would his own flesh nnd blood." "Ob, Duncnnl" cried tho boy. "Are you sure?" "Why. I know." answered Duncan. "I wadna venturo to sny else. In Ihoso first days he cautioned mo na jo tell ye tb&t, but now bo wadna choir. The master said I'd the awatest car. D'ye ken, Freckles, that some voice of them all until it got roughlike, and then ha mado mo quit for of the single trees ye are guardlo' are awhllo, but he said It would be coming worth a thousand doilars?" Freckles looked limp, and his eyes back by now, nnd I'm rallly thinking It is, Blr, for I'vo tried about the line popped. "Ye see," Bald Duncan, "that's why a bit of late. "That and me chickens has been all they maun bo watched so closely. The tbo company I'vo been having, and It other night down at camp some son will be all I'll want if I can havo of Baalam was suggcstln' that ye might let-tibooks and learn tbo real names of be selltn' the Ikms out to Jack nnd him tak the trees secretly and nothings, where they como from and why they do such Interesting things, body wnd ever ken till the gang gets It's been fretting mo to bo shut up hero." A wave of scarlet flooded Freckles' here among all theso wonders and not knowing a thing. I wanted to ask you face, and ho blazed hotly at the Insult "And the boss," continued Duncan, what somo books would cost mo and if you'd bo having tho goodness to get ignoring Freckles' anger, "ho lays back mo tbo right ones. I think I bavo Just as cool as cowcumbers and says, enough money." 'I'll give n thousand dollars to any Freckles handed up his account book, man that will show me a fresh stump and tbo boss studied tt gravely, when we reach the Limberlost,' says "You needn't touch your bank ac he. Bomo of tho men Just snapped count. Freckles," he said. "Ten dol him up that they'd And some. So you lars from this month's pay will get seo bow tbo boss is trustln' ye, lad." you everything you need to start on. "I am gladder than I can ever express," said Freckles. "And now will I bo walking double time to keep somo of them from cutting a tree to get all that money." "Mlther o Moses!" howled Duncan. "Ye can trust the Scotch to bungle things a'theglther. McLean was only meanln' to show yo all confidence and honor. He's gone and set a high pdoo for some dirty whelp to ruin ye. I was just tryln' to show yo how ho felt toward ye, and I've gono and give ye 'TOjTEARTS ARC MOKE THAN COKONCXS. An Independence w I FRECKLES lPtrta COPYRIGHT, 1904, BY DOUBLEDAY. PACE the broad driveway, was trying to train his docile little Bhet- - Ocll, In tt CO. classeH asnrgoT)lrurs7rJul never anything like this, for six feet It spread lis great shining wings. Its big, strong feet could bo seen drawn up among Its feathers. Tho sun glinted on Its sharp, hooked beak,. It lit on n low tree, and a Becond later Freckles saw another jhndow sweep the grass. They were evidently mates, for with n queer rolling hop tho first comer and It was land pony Into a his efforts In this direction which first Jack, and challenged his ad- miration, when the boy In the velvet ult sat erect In his saddle, and re- fined to bo tossed off Into tho grass by tbo pony, which did not second the for military tactics displayed br his young master, It was Jack who spok "rst "Gee, boy I but you've got the grit, It you do wear dude clothes," he callwar-hors- ""CoulfijnoutT I supot said Cecil, laughing heartily, "I thought it was the samo tiling." "Well, no, not exactly, nut w can have the fireworks now. I promised not to have tbem around till after my pony had had his exercise, and was back In tho barn, becauso the noli. might frighten him." "Oeel what does he mean by nodding his head that way? Seems as If be understood what you was asayln'." "It does seem like that May be be yet." knows be Isn't a "Hut wouldn't he make a funny war- hnrin In a elreuaT" n war i0 j,oth wfttcnnK (ho cannon that Jack said erWftra it wni A wonder he happened () oo( Broumj( DUt bo did, and his tinty neftrt Wa( almost paralyxed ... ,.-- , for match which Cecil haJ toMe$ carelossely asldo had rested a R ncwiapr Where package of gunpowder and othor Ho could not get there In tlmo to put out the Ore, and prevent war-hors- e trtd o ed hlvcred his bronze wings, sidled up to the new arrival and gave her a silly llttlo peck on her wing. Then be drew away and ogled her. He lifted his Head and waddled from her a few steps, awkwardly ambled back and gave her a sort of kiss on her beak. The lover sidestepped a few feet ne spread his wings and slowly and softly precisely, as If ho wero Ttfa romance o Freckles and waved them charmer, which Indeed fanning his ts was tho result bo accomplished. Then the Angel of the Limberlost one of the most novel, entertain- ho hobbled up to his bombardment ing, wholesome and fascinating onco more. He faced her squarely this time stories that have como from the I side to sideand turned his bead from with queer llttlo jerks and pen of an American author in Indiscriminate packings at her wings many years. The characters in and head. Eho yawned and shuffled away indifferently. Freckles reached this sylvan tale are-- : - Freckles, a plucky waif who up, pulled the quill from his hat and, from It to guards the Limberlost timber looking conviction. the birds, nodded in settled leases and dreams of angels. With a ravishing swagger, half liftThe Swamp Angel, in whom ed wings and deep, guttural hissing tho lover came on again. He suddenly liftFreckles' sweetest dream ed his body, but tbo other bird coolly glided rocked forward on tho McLean, a member of a lumber gracefully beneath him limb, slowly and company, who befriends Freckles. sailed off Into the Limberlost. Mrs. Duncan, who gives mothFreckles burrled down tho trail, and er love and a home to Freckles. when be ncared tho path to the clearDuncan, head teamster of Mc- ing and saw tbo boss sitting motionless on the maro that was the pride of Lean's timber gang. bis heart the boy broke Into a run. The Bird Woman, who is col"Oh, Mr. McLean," he cried, "I hopo lecting camera studies of birds I haven't kept you waiting very longl And tho sun Is getting so hotl I have for a book. morning! I could Lord and Lady O'More, who ' been so Blow this only there wero so quest of a have gono faster, come from Ireland in many things to keep me, and I didn't lost relative. know you would bo here. I'll hurry The Man of Affairs, brusque after this. I've never bad to be giving I excuses before. The line wasn't down, of manner, but big of heart. Wessner, a timber thief who and there wasn't a sign of trouble. It was other things that were making wants rascality made easy. ' me lato." Black Jack, a villain to whom This flushed, panting, talkative lad thought of repentance comes too was not the samo creature that bad Bought him In despair and bitterness, late. With an eloquenco of which ho never dreamed Freckles told his story. Ho (Continued from last woeks Issue) talked with such enthusiasm that Mc SYNOPSIS. Lean never took bis eyes from bis Freckles, a homeless boy. Is tired by face nor shifted In the saddlo until guard the expensive tlm-Bom McLean to In the Limberlost from Umber thieves. he described the strange bird lover. FrceklM does his work faithfully, maket and then the boss suddenly bent over yearns to know the pommel and laughed with him. frUnd with the blrdi mors about nature. Ha Uvea with Mr. "They're back thero In the mlddlo and Mrs. Duncan. of the swamp now," Bald Freckles. Ha reaolvea to set booka and educate "Do you suppose thero Is any cbanco himself. He becomea Interested In a hue pair of vulture and calla hie bird frlanda of them staying with me chickens? "TOU KXKDS'T TOUCH TOUR SANK 40- . If they do they'll be about tho queer his "chickens." OOCKT." est I have. Out I tell you, sir. I am CHAPTER IV. plumb good ones. There's I will write a friend In Grand Uaplds getting somo FBECKLXS' WOULD OF MOWSE. today to select you tho very best and rrlnECKLES bad walked the Urn- - ! creek that uses its wings llko feet send them at once." I M I bcr line ten months. Freckles' eyes were shining. His pay on all fours. It travels llko a II I was J30 a month, and his and walks machine. There's anoth- - "Never owned me book in my life!" he a thrashing schoolbooks wero "Even board cost IS. That left $22 er. tall as me waist, with a bill a foot said. a month, and tho $2 was more than j long, a neck near two, not tho thick- never mine. Lord, how I used to bis clothing had cost him. At the very ness of me wrist and an elegant color. wish I could have Just ono of them fun to least be bad $200 In the bank. and gray, touched up for mo very own! Won't It bo yellow He's some . blue... ... sawblrd "I'll be having a book about all the Wltn DIOCK, wauo amis Drown, mi juo see me looking and mo llttlo pages at mo from tbo birds, trees, flowers, butterflies and. voice of him Is such that If he'd bo go- fellow ing up and standing by a trco and of a book and their real nnmes and sawing at It a fow times bo could be all about tbem printed alongstdo?" ten "I'll have Duncan get you a cutting It square off. I don't know goes but it would bo a good Idea to try bushel store box the next time ho can to town," said McLean. "You him on tbo gang, sir." "Thoso must bo put in your Bpare tlmo Oiling It with McLean laughed. you pick up until tho blue herons, Freckles," ho said. "And the specimens seem possible, but your story books come, and then you can study It doesn't out what you bavo. I suspect you of tbo big black birds sounds com- could find a lot of stuff that I could black vultures. They aro you. I'll order you n butterfly mon enough In tho south. I'vo seen sell for box nnd show you how scithem thick about tho lumber camps net and pin specimens. Dut I don't of Georgia, but I never heard of any entiststo your killing any birds. want this far north before. They must bo They nrobear of protected by heavy fines." strays. You have perfectly described loft Freckles McLean rode nway our nearest equivalent to a branch of staring aghast Then and saw tho point he culled lu Europe Pharaoh's these birds Standing on and grinned sheepishly. chickens." tho trail, ho twirled tbo feather and "Ho was loving ocr so," said Frec- thought tho morning over. kles in a hushed voice. Freckles lift"Well. If llfo nln't getting to bo ed his brave, steady eyes to tho boss. worth llvlngl" ho Bald wondcrlngly. anybody loved mo like that, Mr. "Biggest streak of luck I ever bad! "If McLean. I wouldn't bo spending any 'Bcut tlmo something was coming my tlmo caring bow they looked or way, but I wouldn't ever thought anymoved. All I'd bo thinking of was body could strike such prospects bow they felt toward mo. If they will through Just a falling feather." stay I'll bo caring as much for them On Duncan's return from his next as any chickens 1 have." trip to towu thero wns a store box Tho face of McLean was a study. loaded on tho back of his wagon. Ho "And now, Freckles, what has been drovo to the west entrance of tbo tbo troublo all spring? You bavedono ewamp, set tho box on a stump that your work as faithfully as any one Freckles bad selected in a beautiful could ask, but 1 can't help seeing that and sheltered place and mado It secure thero Is something wrong. Aro you on Its foundation with a trco at Its tired of your Job?" back. "I lovo'lt." answered Freckles. "It "It seems roost a pity to nail into will almost break me heart when the that tree," said Duncan. "I badna tho Tin bur OLnrrsD ok rrs sninr, hooked gang begins tearing up tho swamp beak. time to cxamlno Into tbo grain of It, yes, by gummy, I'll bo having one and scaring away mo chickens." but it looks as if it might bo a rare what Is tho matter?" Insisted ane. Anyhow, tbo nallln' winna hurt Then about tbo frogs If It takes every cent McLean. I have." bo promised himself. It deep, and bavin' tho caso by it will Freckles fell Into a rapid pace, for "1 think, sir, It's been books. Being ' make it safer if It is a guld ane." things every bo bad lost tlmo that morning, and as nmong these beautiful "'Isn't it an oak?" asked Freckles. knowhe rounded tho last curvo bo was al- day, I got so anxious llko to bo got "Ayo," said Duncan. "It looks like it to might bo ano of thao fine grained ing nnd naming them that It most running. flickering, darting eating Into mc and went and made mo golden anes that mak such grand furThen, wavering, hero and there over the sweet marsh near sick when I was well as I could niture." grass, came a great black shadow. Ho bo. Of course I learned to read, write When the body of tho caso was bad seen somo owls and hawks of the and figure borne at school, but there Duncan made a door out of the In any of the USflBtt Hurt Ue. thought .coujd, be was nothing there nor lid and fastened it on with bInge.gJIo city that I ever pot to see that would I I I I br "My name Is Cooll," the young rider replied, with a touch of boyish dignity; nnd then rocognltlng the spirit of the boy who had spoken to him, ho replied as heartily, "I heard a boy who was pasting call you Jack. Wouldn't you llko to come In and seo my pony? You can mount him too, If you would like It" lightly to the And he Jumped ground, making his invitation a real one. out admiringly. have been telling me, Duncan," said Freckles. "I need the warning sure, for with tho books coming I might be tlmptcd to neglect me work when douhappy home, where I am loved and ble watching Is needed." Freckles picked up his club and start- brought up to do what Is right. I should ed down tho line, whistling cheerily. be a great deal better boy than one Duncan went straight to tho lower camp and, calling McLean aside, re- that worry to bear." "I nm mighty proud of what you Jack's eras sparkled. "I never thought," h exclaimed, In a bunt of boyish confidence, "that a boy that wears glad rags like velvet could be so chummy with a rough chap like me. It's awful good of you." "Not at all." roiponded Ocll. "My papa says I must never forget 'Noblesse Oblige.'" "What's that!" and Jack flung himself down on the ground by the side "Bay It of his newly made friend. again. No bllis O what?" "Noblelie oblige." "I never had a father." ha added apologetically, "or I s'pose he would have told mo about It." "That Is too bad," replied Cecil sympathetically; "but now you Just help yourself to the orangei and the cakei, and we will have a fine talk. I wtah papa were here, becauio he can explain It better than I can; but I will tell you what he told me. 'Noblesse oblige' Is French, and means literally. 'flank Imposes obligations;' but my pa- pa says it means, applied to me. that, I have more than other boys. I ought to do moro for tbem; that my money Is not to spend on myself alone, but that I must do all the good I can with it In trying to help others who are worthy and needy, and that. If I have every advantage of education and a It; and Cecil Leaded, Mounted, and Ready to Fire. dear little Cecil might be blown to pieces. It was Impossible for them both to escape; but, obi tt he could only save him, it would not matter so much about himself. These were the thoughts running through his head. What should he dot A second more, and It would be too late. Then tho Inspiration came. Seising the smaller boy In hla arms, be dropped with him to the ground, covering him with his own body; and, as he did so, there was a hissing sound, and the crash of an exploilon, which brought the lnmatea of the great house scream- Ing to the grounds, j . Ccllvheard the agonlied cry of bla mother, and tried to call to her, and then drifted away into momentary un-I- f consclouineis. They thought at first that both of the boys were dead; but when they tenderly lifted Jack, all burned and blackened by th powder, they found Cecil unharmed, savo by the shock; and, with returning consciousness, bis first thought was for Jack Jack, who had saved htm from Injury at th risk of his own life. peated ui I ' I ! "And, nae matter what happens now or ever, dlnna yo dare let anything make yo believe that Freckles hasna guarded faithful as any man could." "I don't think anything could shake my faith In the lad," said McLean. Freckles kept one eye religiously on the line. The other be divided between tho path, his friends of the wire and a search of the sky for bis latest arrivals. Every day since their coming he had seen tbem, either hanging llko small black clouds abovo the swamp or bobbing over logs and trees with their queer tilting walk. When-ove- r ho could sparo time ho entered tho swamp and tried to inako friends with them, nnd they were tbo tamest Trying to Train Shetland Pony. of all his unnumbered subjects. They ducked, dodged and ambled about who never has had such advantages. him, over logs and bushes, and not and that I ought to do a great deal even a near approach would drive more for others on that aocount." ' Jack's face was a study. them to flight "Did your father say that, kid? honor For two weeks bo had found tbem circling over tbo Limberlost regularly, bright!" and Jaok'a voice grew husky but ono morning tho female was miss- with suppressed emotion." "Honor bright, he did," said Cecil. ing, and only tho big black chicken "What is he a preacher! That hung Bentlnel above tho swamp. His mate did not reappear In the following sounds like parson talk." "No he's Just a business man." days, and Freckles grow very anxious. "Wal. that's business all right all Ho spoko of It to Mrs. Duncan, and sho quieted bis fears by raising a de- right And I reckon It goes, and means more tt a business man says It lightful hope In tbelr stead. "Why, Freckles, if It's tbo hen bird than a parson. When a business man ye nro missing It's ten to ane she's says tt. be means it; but when a safo," she said. "Sho's laid and Is preacher reels tt off, he's Just talking sotting, yo silly. Watch him and shop." "Well, my papa said and he does mark wbaur he llchts. Then follow I and find tho nest Soma Sabbath It too." "Then all I've got to say," said we'll all gang seo It" Accepting this theory, Freckles be- Jack earnestly, "Is, that you ought to gan searching for tho nest, but as bo be good and proud of having auoh a had no Idea wbero to look nnd Duncan dad. A man that thinks a poor raggod ' could offer no helpful suggestion the obap like me can be somebody if he keeps straight and clean why, a man nest was no nearer being found. like that ought to be president" (Continued next week.) "That's what I tell blm," answered the small boy In velvet proudly, "Out Drink and Idlenete. Intemperance Is fostered oa much by be says what do you think he says, ennui as by physical debility. A mind Jack T that be would rather have me fully occupied has far less disposition th right kind of a boy than to be the i president himself." to excess. Tho hardest drlnklug "Wal, I reckon he's got his wish, In stagnant provincial towns. rather," and Jack nodded approvingly! London Outlook. "for I can tell you what, kid, you've got more or the right stuff In you than 60 YEARS' a doten of the usual run of men have EXPERIENCE ejejejesssr got; and you've done me more good today, by Just letting me oome In here , ana ne a sort or pal ror hair an hour, than I've ever got out of mission schools, or Sunday schools, or 'cross. the conversation verbatim. "Dear, brave Jack I" he sobbed, kneeling by the still and blackened figure, his slender hands clasped around the other boy's neck. "Carry him to my bed, and do everything for him that you would do for me all of you; for I lov blm Jack, who has saved my life." And Cecil was obeyed affectionate-ir- : for each on knew that, wer It not for th strange boy lying there, one so endeared to all their hearts would be lying In bis place. It was evening; nnd th bursting of ( crackers and torpedoes, and the boom-- I ing of guns and cannons, was silent for the nonosi but the illumination of the evening sky, by rocket and candle, earned a celebration In honor of th faot that the boy who had been so willing to glv up his Iff for another was released from th sacrifice. Th great surgeon had don his work skill fully, and th pain was not so bad, Jaok said. as. swathed In bandages, b lay In Cecil s gently neck. d bed, Cecil kneeling at th bdsld end lovingly with on arm around Jaok'a hT" th little it bav Is his. Ts, papa you bar two" boys now " and, bending over the pil low until nis sort rested affec tionately beald the other boy's brown on, he whispered fondly, "Ood bless my new brother! It seems as though 'Noblesse oblige' was roversed on this occasion for the Fourth of July." CALLIK BONNEY MARBLE. Hardly Complimentary. A widow nut 100 mllos from Illshop Auckland had buon In tho habit ol giving any old boots shu hod to spare to a customer for bis wife. Not having had any for somo tlmo, he called and asked Uiu widow If she bad an; boota, adding: "Ye see, my missus hes such greet, lang, ugly, splathorlng foet. that Aw canna get a pair to tit hor only yours, an' aho san wuor tbem comfortablo." Kich ange. "He belongs to us now, papa doesn't boy In velvet said proudly, yet tenderly "and all that t onx s -- 4 ONE ROP down the lhrot ot a "sapcy" chicken detlroyt the worm! and lavei (he chlck'i life. A few dropa In llw drinking water quickly euctrUlu I'sUtQtJ Ufca tbrooiU Muiiu A Co. IfCUU fWflCe Wit DO Ul, CDrg, U ID A hevndtoroelf wfc1r. culsUion vt any rlanUda Journal. detorlptltn tktlrh Anronindtnf tur oplulou fro whethernr to luftjiitlon it probtljr iatntMe. Cwuniunlv iion incur roiiDaemisu. imhuduw oamwiu Jldfxt awcr for icurliif MUnti. m Defiant Copyrights Ac suid TRADE MARK !'. rlr. . 0. SckNtiflc American. IUart4 SJe dr Term, II a Urine Ottoe, o.B"i--r. F BC. Waablxioo. New fork for you." "Oh, no! not very often." "'B'pose you oaught.it from me, dlfla't youT May be It's contiguous," churches. Bo good-by."But," Cecil cried, "you must not go without having some of my fireworks, and shooting off my new brass cannon, so you can have a Fourth of your own. The cannon's a beauty and, for noise, she's got what I suppose you would call the neighborhood beat a mile." "But do you ever talk kid talk, Ilk that!" said Jaok. "That sounds bully t' " CURES and PREVENTS GAPES wblta diarrhoea, roup, cholera and other cblck dltcai.i. One 50c Bottle of Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons ot Medicine. Every poultry ralter thould keep a bottle ot tfala raedlcloe on hand. Writ (or free lampl and Hooklct on Dluatea ot I'owU." Addreaa, HUHOl BEHEOT COMMIT, lliU1ii, I;. July 4, 191a. Page Seven. BOOKS RECOMMENDED Country's Live Stock Supply Is Rapidly Diminishing By WILLIAM E. Books Flocommended by the General Faculty for Reading-- by the College Worker, July 10. Tho Miracle of lllght Thought Mardon. Tho Harvester Stratton. SU'llar Evolution Darren. How to Study "McMurry. Peace, Power and Plenty Marden. SKINNER of Denver, President of Live Stock Exposition Association Interna-tlon- il Sanctified in Christ By Rev. Jamei M. Gray, D. Dm of BE RE A Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS What Are Your Talents? What Are Your Ainu 7 Berea Has the Training That U D, got into bad slmpo In this country through not 1 ing been prepared for tho poriod Uirough which wo pasaod during tho last fivo yenra. I mean tho farming of tho range. In othor words, tho RANGE HAS ALMOST ENTIRELY DISAPPEARED, nnd most of tho land formerly given ovor to grazing has been Bottled by fnrmoru. Tho farmer has not yet adjusted himself to livo stock growing. In tho Pnnhandlo of Texas thoy used to produco 300,000 to 400,-00- 0 calves n year to bo taken to tho northern rangos. This part of tho country has been totally eliminated from tho breeding business and has been takon up by farmors who aro endeavoring to RAISE COTTON. hav-11- lmvo KWr BAklMihiM, CMcata Isaiah. Tho Church of tho Open Country Wilson. Tho Winning of llarbara Worth TEXT-ru- 1, oy tn Christ trs at Ephesus, and Jiu. will or Ooil, to the Balnta which to the faithful In an apostle of Jesus Chrlit Best Fer YOU. Ephaslan lit. Wright. Duclslvo Hour of Christian Missions Mott. Following tho Star Harclay. Wood, Woodwork and Klng. Tho Training of Children Dlnsmor Heroes and Hero Worship Car- lyle. Tho Hosnry Keeping up with Lizzie Batch- Wood-flnlsti- WE HAVE BEEN MARKETING FOR THE LAST 8IX OR SEVEN YEARS COWS AND HEIFERS AND CALVES UNTIL WE HAVE RE DUCED THE POSSIBILITY OF QROWTH IN THE INDUSTRY. IN THE MEANTIME, WHILE THI8 HA8 BEEN OOINQ ON, OUR HAS BEEN INCREASING! AT THE ENORMOUS RATE OP THREE MILLION A YEAR. POPU-LATIO- SalntaT Who are A tho saints? saint la commonly understood to bo an eminently holy Christian who Is now dead. But at writer, Paul, is here addressing himself "to tho saints which are Thelnsplred Ephesus. ... INTENSIVE FARMING or Preventing the Souring During tho hot weather of thu turn-nimonths many farmers havu troublo with sour milk. This cannon much loss, not only to thu farmer Mho keeps ono or more cows for family use, but especially to tho dairyman who retails his milk i ships It to n dealer In thu city. Thu half dealer usually pays oply ono price for Hour milk or refuses to accept It at any price, thus entailing heavy lots to tho producer. Good sweet milk can bu produced to nnd delivered In prime condition tho customer In tho hotest summer weather. Tho writer has for flvu years shipped milk from the farm to Louis tho Ulli a dlbtuncu of 37 miles milk being three hours on thu train In transit, and has not had a drop of sour milk durlns that time. Tho amount of thctto shipments ranged from CO to i0 gallons a day, and was every on a strict business basis, gallon being sold at a good margin of profit. DurliiK about ono half of this tlmo the milk was shliod In 8 or 1U gallon cuns, tho remainder of . tho tlmu In iiuart and pint Iwtth-sGood sweet milk depends on two Items, cleuullueHs and a cold To secure thewTthe following rules should bu observed. Have tho cow's udder clean before can milking. A clean damp cloth bo used for this purposo and can Iw Tarried In thu pocket of tho milker. to Only a few seconds aro required wlim the udder off Immediately beginning to milk tho cow. In be-fo- cur oxiwlencu this slmpleM-xpedleu- t has worked wonders. 1U careful not to allow hairs, diut TV'y or dirt to fall Into tho milk. aro laden with germs. Germs causo tho milk to sour. Tho greater number of germs tho quicker tho Bourlng will occur. A pall with a small opening will bo very helpful In keeping pur-ik8- out dust nnd other dirt. o Uso tho milk pall for no other than for milking. Some dairymen uso It for watering the horses WHERE AYRSHIRE DOES WELL Seettlth Brstd Thrives Exceptionally Will on Rough Pastures of Inferior Character. Under conditions where the land Is rough and stony and pasture rather poor, no breed will gtre as good return as the Ayrshire. In her native horn, Scotland, she Inherited a oiler. Pushing to tho Front Marden. Daven Education for Efficiency port. Woolman'o Journal. Introducing Men to Christ ... Weatherford. Llfo of Luther McOlffert. of Milk in Hot Weather Llfo of Luther Preserved Smith. Autobiography of Andrew D. Whit. and slopping thu hogs, and then wonTho Gospel Story Tolstoi. der why tho milk Hours. FUlth and Character Hllils. Cool tho milk Immediately by run ulng It over a milk cooler, (ono of Nature nnd Culture Mable. theso can bo bought for $5 to 17), or Southern South Hart. Sociological Study of tho Hebrew by Immersing In cold spring or well water. Tho animal heat must bo re- Itacc Wallls. moved beforo placing In cans or lot-tle- d Criminal Responsibility and Social for delivery or shipment. If Itestralnt McConncll. necessary to hold tho night milk for Tho Friar of Wittenberg Davis. shipment tho next morning It should Off tho Rocks Grcnfell. bo held at a low temperature. Cold Tho Jeatefs SwordJohnson. oprlngs or well water In a wooden tr A Hero In Homespun Barton. Tho Llfo of Oscar Browning. metal tank of proper slro to hold shipping cans may bo used for this Man's Value to Society Hllils. purposo. If running spring wntor Is IturaJ Llfo Bailey. nt baud this will servo admirably. In Itural Llfo Butterfleld. some cases the milk or cream may Tho '.Marks of a Man Specr. In Tuno with tho Infinite Trine. Into a cistern nnd kept cool Scientific Nutrition Simplified until tlmo for shipment. If care Is exercised, milk can bo kept sweet (Pub. by Stokes.) Inspiration of Common Life. without Ice, hut a supply of Ico U very desirable. Tho Christian Calno. A Certain Itlch Man Whlto Va3li Another Important point. Tho Ideal Life Drummond. all vessels carefully, Kxamlno Method In Education Itoark. In tho angles to bid that no Education of tho Will Payot. accumulation of yellow slliny casein material collects, as this will certainly cause rapid souring. After washing, scald ull vessels with boiling Book Recommended for Student water and placo In pure fresh ar until rrady for uso. If exposed to tho Tho Hoosler School-MasUsun, so much tho bettor, as sunlight Tho Bishop's Shadow-B- en Is U10 best gurm killer and purlfer. Hur Wallace. 3111k produced In tho manner outHeidi lined will lo of tho best quality and Wild Animals I have Known Scton, will bring tho highest market price. Tho Llttlo Colonel Books Johnson. Such milk Is always In demand and Ann of Green Gables-M- ind If usod for buttermaktng It furnishes nad Work Gullck. tho raw material from which high Mistakes In Teaching Hughes. quality butter ran bo produced. If Life of Lincoln Coffin. all the butter produced on Kentucky Tlmo nnd Chance farms were made from milk handled Thu Story of tho English (Amer. in this way, hundreds of thousands of pounds of poor butter which each B. C.) What a Young Woman ought to year goes into our markets at a very low prlco would bo replaced by a know SUll. Twice Told Talse Dickens, gilt edged article, which would B.'ll persimmons. at an attractive pricey and would Mother Carey's Chickens add many thousands of dollars to the What Is Worth While Brown. annual profits of Kentucky farmers. In Tuno with tho Infinite Trine. V. D. Nichols, Asst. Professor Intellectual Life Hammerton. of Dairying. Getting on in tho World Matthowo. Lectures to Young People Holland. straw" oftener. It" fs no' inilo labor to keep a stall where several calves run Tip Lewis and his Lamp Pansy. clean and dry, but there Is no other Tho Llttlo Boy that Brought way If you want to raise good calves. Christmas. Eternal vigilance Is the price of Twice Born Men Begble. everything good In the stock line. Living in Earnest. Pilgrim's Progress Bunyan. Silage for Cow. Dream Life A yield of 12 tons of silage may Little Citizens. easily be obtained from one acre of Sowing Seeds In Danny. corn. Allowing 30 pounds of silage a a dally ration, one acre of corn will Tho Education of tho Will Payot. furnish four cows with silage for 200 Eloctrlcal Catechism day. Horoes and Hero Worship Car-lylN ly ir o. that DAffiYNOm Ayrshire Cow With Big Record. sturdy constitution and an Independence which enables her to hunt for a living, but she likewise responds well to good treatment. The Ayrshire gives a medium flow of milk of average rlchnoss, especially adapted for cheese-makinon account of Its small fat globules, which retard the creaming procoss a fact which ha designated her as the g The dairy cow a the farmer's best Insurance against hard times. The cow that la offered for sale 1 seldom the cow you want to buy. Feed some ground corn, but do not make It the sole concentrated ration. Oats, wheat, bran, oil meal and short should supplement the elover hay. cheese-materi- cow. She la medium In size, weighing about 1,000 pounds, and la usually red and white, or brown and white, the whit predominating. She 1a a stylish, alert cow, the backward sweep of the horns giving her a distinguished appearance. Keep Calve The stomach of the little calf I rery sensitive and easily ruined. Noth. lag will do it quicker than keeping the animal confined In a wet, dirty pen. Clean the calf pen often and M H JLh.. liberal suDp.lrpf, dtjr Well Bedded. warm akim mine lor reeding pur soon pays the cost of a farm separator. Good pasturage for the calves mean a saving of milk, finer calves, and greater dairy profit. The best dairyman clean not because he has to be but because It la second nature for him to be. Farm fertilizer are valuable and Important, but the dairy cow should not be kept for fertilizer alone. Where a farmer la starting on a new farm where there are only a few acre broken nothing pay better than cow and hog. Dy intelligent breeding and care the majority of the dairy herd could be made to double their present productive capacity. Too often the dairy, poultry and hog work are aide ltnea on the farm. "Make them the main line and tber will lead you to profit. pose 1 things in a superior manner. Are you desiring the next best thing to a College Course? Then take the Christian of a great deal of present comfort, too, for two years or three years In th Tw every true believer on Jesus Christ GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Franels E. Mathtny, Dean. a saint, and become auch the mo- years, or three yeara, In auch practical studies as will fit you for an honor ment he o believe. "Saint" the able and useful life. You select your studies from such as these! Physt substantive of the verb "to sanctify," ology the science ot health; Civics the science ot government) Oram ma th art of correct speech and a word of two meaning. Ethic the science of right and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence! What 8anctlfy Mean. To "sanctify" means, first, to set Botany necessary for th dootor and Interesting to every lady I Fkyata apart a thing or a person for a holy th science ot machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc, etc Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start In the use. If I tithe my Income, and set aside one dollar out of every ten for BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COUR8E8, Franole E. Matheny, God's service, that dollar Is sanctified Dean. Best training In Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. Th s In the Instant of It being set aside, Aoademy has Its own and Men' Dormitory, and a large bod and If It were a person It might be ot students ot high character and ability, able Instructors, aad us ol Oe lege Library and apparatu. called a saint. Again "sanctify" mean to make a thing Intrinsically clean. The dollar College net aalde 1 much soiled, and aftar DR. EDWARD C. DOWNING, DEAN. 1J setting It aside I send It to a banknote company, which put it through Th College iUelf stands apart froaa all th other sohool andar it asaav a process of cleansing by mean of agement and ha long maintained the highest standards known In th loutk. which It comes back to me almost as crisp as when it was first To conform to th Carnegie standard w have diminished our former refresh and put Into circulation. It Is now sanc- quirements! Required and eleotlve studlea with epportunlty to oonoentrste Latest college library In Kentucky. Laboratories tified In a second sense. This two in particular lines. fold transaction represents salntahlp. equipped for student practice. Course leading to th degree ot X. B at and B. Pad. For example, the moment a man 8., B. MUSIC (singing Free). Reed Organ. Vole Culture. Piano. Theorr. takes Jesus Christ by faith to be his Savior he Is set apart by God and for Band, may be taken for special feea In eonneotlon with work la any of tka God, and become a saint. But In above lohoola. that same moment he enters upon a Questions process, or rather a process enters upon or within him. It a process Berea, Friend of Working Students. Berea College, with Its afliKat4 of cleansing. The operator Is the chools, not a money-makinInstitution. It require certain fees, but Holy Spirit, who takes up bis abode It expends many thousand of dollar each year for th benefit of H star In htm, and the means he use Is the dents, giving highest advantage at lowest coat, and arranging for atudeat Word of God. "Now are ye clean," to earn and aav In every way. aid Jesus, "through the word I have OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulation to protect spoken unto you." Sanctlflcatlon In the first case pretty th character and reputation of th young people. Our student com froaa nearly agrees with Justification, which th best famllle and are earnest to do well and ImpVove. For any who may, 1 Instantaneous, but in the second be lck th College provide doctor and nurse without extra charge. All exoept those with parent In Berea live) In College buildings, and case It Is continuous and progressive as the Christian yields himself to the assist la work of boarding hall, farm and shop, receiving valuable trail Holy Spirit, and admlta the Word of ing, and getting pay according to the value ot their labor. Except In w lat God Into his heart and life. ter It 1 expected that all will have a ohanoe to ears a part ef thalr ea We now reach the consideration of Writ to th Beoretary before coming to secure employment. 1. -. what I think la the deepest truth rer .Ml 1 vvsftvuaw .T.tvu. 1 .... J vealed In the Bible, for the apostle la with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate la tk beat. addressing not only the saint which but a student must attend classea regardless of th weather, wans wraes are at Epheiui, but also the "faithful and underolothlng, umbrellas and overshoe are necessary. Th CIn Christ Jesus." In other word, tlv Store furnish book, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrella aid there are saints and there are faith- other neoesiary artloles at coat. ful alnti, the latter being those who LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost Th College asks ae reat are In the experience of the process for th fine building In which students live, charging only enough roes Just referred to. to pay for cleaning, repair, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and Notice the preposition "in." What rent towels. table without a small word It is, and yet when It and S1.B0 For winter. board, furnished coffee or extras, fl.SS a wk, In ot room, with fuel, lights, washing For in ba la used a here, to Indicate the relading; 40 to 60 cants for eaoh parson. tion between Christ and the believer SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," a guarantee fer on Christ, It becomes one of the most Important word in the Bible. How return of room key, library books, etc. This 1 paid but ono, and 1 rturn4 can one be said to be In Jesus Christ? when tfc student departs. The answer Is, Just as a lnember ot Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for car of school bulleV my body can be said to be In me. lngs, hospital, library, etc. (Student pay nothing for tuition or ervics of Christ Is represented as the head of teacher all our Instruction I a fre gift). The Incidental Fee for ttoH the body, the church, and believers on student Is 15.00 a term. 16.00 la Academy and Normal, and fT.OO la Cou him are members of that body. The glat course. relatlonshop thus 1 not merely govPAYMENT MUST BE III ADVANCE, Incidental fee and root rent W ernmental, but vital. , - 1 the trm, board by th ball term. Installment are as follows: "Faithful In Christ Jesus." PALI, TERM VOCATIONAL AND ACADEMY This suggest what It mean to be FOUNDATION AND NOaWAL 1C1IOOLS COLLBOI "faithful In Christ Jesus." My eye, or Incident! Fee $ 7 00 I I 6.0O ear, or tongue, or hand, or foot. Is Room 7.0O S Board, 7 weeks . 9 45 me as It surrenders Itself 945 faithful In to my will, and obeys my behest. This PJ-4Amount due Sept. II, 1911 . . . $10.05 lMS Board 7 week, due Oct. jo, 1911 9 45 Is what Paul teaches when In Roman 945 945 he exhort Christians to present their Total for terra $11.90 $19 so lti.00 It paid In advance . . , . 129.00 bodies unto God as a living sacrifice. f 3 1.40 S3,40 WINTKR TERM My members should be faithful In me Incidental Fee $ $.00 $ j.oo $ because I live and express myself Room 6.00 7.ao 7 Tho Dog of Flanders. through them, and for this same reaBoard, e weeks 9.00 9.00 9 00 Tho Corn Lady Field. son Christian need to be faithful In Amount due January 1, 191 $10.00 $11.10 $ij Christ, else how ihall he be known Board for 6 weeks, due Feb. 11, 191 j , Adam Bede Elliott. 9.00 9.00 9.00 and maintained In the earth? A Young 'Alan'a Questions Speer. Total for term Ij! $19.00 1 s'iSo a leason for our home life, Here If paid In advance . . . . 30.70 18.80 Tho Croealng Churchill. BPRINO TKRM our aoclal life and our business lit Tho Marks of a Man Speer. Incidental Fee Everyone who knows $ 7.00 $6.00 $500 as well. , Room A Fight for Character King. 4.00 joo Christ should be able to say with the 6 75 Board, 5 weeks 75 A Man without a Country Hale. apostle, "Tor m to lire Is for Christ Amount due March i5, 1913 , , , Llfo ot Alice Freeman Palmer. to live." Board 5 weeks, due Apr. jo, 191 . 75 HE Hoy's Llfo of Lincoln. The chapter now go on to ipeak Total for term $11 50 of the spiritual bleating the Christian Freckles. ftfo s.oo If paid In advance fSS.00 ha In Christ as a member of hi Captains Courageous, Special Expenses Business. body. All th blessing ot the head That Printer of Udell's. Fill Wintir Sfrint Toltt belong the members. In Christ Stenography and Typewriting . $14 00 $56.00 $11.00 $10.00 Lincoln, a Lover of Mankind Nor- they areto chosen, Bookkeeping (regular courae) redeemed, Inherited 11.00 10.00 36.00 1400 ton. Bookkeeping (brief courie) .7 18.00 6.00 5.00 and eald. Builnew caurte atudles for atudenti la A Certain Wen. Man White. other departments: The teaching 1 not only that they Stenogianhy 10.5a 9 00 17.00 Uncrowned Kings Wright. have an Inheritance In Ood through Typewriting, with one hour's use Borderllno of Doubtful Practices 6.00 of Instrument 1800 Jesu Christ, but that Ood has sn injoo 700 Commercial Law, Commercial Geogheritance In them. And this InheriMott raphy, Commercial Arithmetic or tance he has made sure to himself 1.50 5 40 renmantnip, eaen 1.1a i.w Dickons as a Teacher. Hughes. In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. and to them by giving them hi Holy Llfo of Oscar Browning. 11th Plan Now, Corn How to Succeed In tho Christian Spirit to dwell within them as the seal of his ownership until the reLife Torrey. Any young man or young woman can get aa education at demption ot the purchased possession Tho Perfect Tribute Andrews. L ., the resurrection and glorifica- lierea it there In tho will to do so. Edward Blako, College Student tion of their bodies. It la a groat advantago to start in the fall and have a full year ot Sheldon. He who trust In Christ need not continuous study. Many young people waste time in tho publio schools Tho Llttlo Shepherd of Kingdom fear for hi ultimate aalvatlon, and going over and over the same thing, when they might be Improving need not doubt the promise ot glory. much faster by coining to Berea and starting In on now atudles with Come Fox. But the question arises, Have you yet some of tho best young men and women from other ooutitlea and states. Lfo of Moody. Tho Greatest Thing In the World trusted In Christ? The Christ ot the Make your plans to come on September 11. Bible, I mean, not some ideal Christ Drummond. For Information or friendly advloe write to the Secretary, many sre talking about In suoh as First Drummond. these day. MORTON, Berea, Ky. 1 1 letter-writinclasa-room- limit the grace of God and stultifies the teachings of hi word. It robs definition Are you not far advanced? Then enter the FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Tho. A. Edwards, Superintendent Here yo will be placed with others like yourself, under a special teacher, and make most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and the commoa branches and be ready to use them. You wilt hare singing, drawing, farm and household management, and free One year la th 7oua datlon School costs less than 100 and Is worth $1,000. Are you aiming to be a teacher? Then Join the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnemore, Dean. Here you will be S tratned that you will fear no examination, and you will be taught how t teach. The demand for Berea trained teacher far exceeds th supply, Are you Interested In earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E, March, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Course, Eta. Here you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy dotag text-bookBook-Bindin- Berea I. Answered 1 1 g pen. 1 -- 1 -r a . , $15-5- .... Sptmbr ablo-bodle- d GInsey Krlodcr Ober. D. WALTER ,1 . J I I o Page Four. THE CITIZEN. July 4, 1912. TO g.o.o.o.o.o.ooo.oo. , wedding. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA Every ono Is Invited to attend. mission 15 and 25 cents. AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS Ad- LETTER THE EDITOR ONLY AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A Kldd and Corncllson will In tho future givo tho automobile business old their oxcluolvo attention. Tho Bland, Tclephono No. 22. THAT KENTUCKY HALL Cnntlmiol from pngc one J 1 f W. K. Azblil of Columbia, Ky., returned missionary from Japan, will Uivo nn cutcrtnlnlng and instructivo Hcturo nt tho Christian ehurcli, Thursday, July 4th, 7:30 p: iu. Good music CITV rilOXK l3 InCo. will bo furnished. Everybody Is Office over Berea Bank & Trust vited. Tho dlnnor set given away, Juno DAN H. BRECK 23th., by Mrs. S. R. Baker wai Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock awarded to Mrs. Henry Muncy. is to bo given Tho next dlnncr-sc- t INSURANCE away at three o'clock, July "JTth. Will sign your bond. Tuesday, for Miss Ida Richmond, Ky. Cincinnati, Lewis left, expects to Phone 505 sho whcio stay for soma time. Mrs. Edgar Wyntt, with a number T. of hor relatives, stopped over hero ATTORNEY AT LAW foi' a short tlmo ono day of last week. Madison and They were ou their way to thlr Will practice in homes from McKce, whero they had adjoining countie3. been to a family reunion. Mr. Morton delightfully entertainOffice in Berea National Bank ed his Sunday School class last Friday ovulng at the Parish House. U N. TIME TABUC. Games ot various kinds wero heartiNorth Bound Local 10:65 p. m. ly participated in by tho youtitf 7:00 a. m. Knoxvllle Refreshments couslstiug of 3:62 a. m. people. 1:01 p. m. BEREA a. m. cieam mid cakes added a finishing 7:45 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati touch to tho pleasant occasion. South Hound Local Chlldrcu'n day exercises wero ob8:15 p. m. 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati served by tho youug pooplo of tho 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. in. BEREi 6:5 a. m. Chrlstlau church last Sunday even:65 p. m. KnoxviUa ing. Tho program was excellent, nud Ezpresa Trains bo said iu praise to take on and let oft pawen-,- ri too much cannot Stop Dayton, O., or from of tho llttbi folks who took part aud from boyond for thoso who had trained them, AUanU and beyond. the splendid manner in which it South Bound was rendered. :00 a. m. CtndnnaU Mrs. A. E. Bender and llttlo son 11:44 a. m. BEREA. returned to Richmond, Satuiday, lifBound North ter spending a couplo of days with 4:46 p. m. BEREA Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scrlvncr. 8:37 p. m. ClndnnaU Thu Misses Sarah Ely and Etta and Lewis, left, Monday, for Buckhorn, !Mr. nnd Mrs. Janies Dalton daughter, Lola, Kit last week for utter spending four weeks with liotud Indianapolis, lad., where they ex- folks here. Miss L'.wis will resume her work as a teacher lu Witherspoon pect to stay for sonio time. and College nud Miss Ely will continue Mr. and Mrs. 1. H. Lewis daughter, Ida, visited friends at to have charge of tho Hospital there. Mr. C. C. 1'restou alter spending u Duncannon ono day last week. Gabbard was qulto sick short tlmo with hio family returned Mr. John days t to Ohio, Sunday, whero he has been Jast week and spent several tho hospital, hut Is able to be out working for some time. Ho took his son, Will, and Fred Lewis back with ngaln. visit-lu- g him. Miss Nettie Oldham has been Miss Chris Cillen of Lexington is for several days with Mr. n'd spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. Burt Coddlngton. Rev. H. M. Racer ot Lafolletto, Mrs. J. C. Baker. Mr. J. M. Early returned, SaturTenn., has been spending the week day, for a fow days visit with his lu Berea. "Banner Bargain Day," July 10th. family, after spending several weeks Special Sale on Women's, Misses down south. Miss Grace L. Cornelius visited lu dresses. and Children's ready-mad- e Richmond from Saturday until Mon Mrs. S. R. Baker. Mrs. H. C. V.'oolf left, at the first day. Miss Anna Towel! left, Wednesday, 01 the week, for a visit with her people In the western part ot tho for Chautauqua, N. Y., for several weeks visit acd rest. state. Prof. E. F. Dizncy Is attending tho Miss Mlnnio Wethers Is making nil iu Teachers' institute at Richmond this extended visit with relatives week. Louisville. Mr. Donald H. Edwards left. Miss Maude Morgan who has been morning, for Ottawa, visiting at tho home of Miss Nina Wednesday Ohio, whero he will bo employed for Barber has returned to her homo. Quito a number of teachers and home time. Mrs. J. W. Diasmoro left, Monday, others of Berea aro attending tho County Institute and tho Chautauqua for Oshkosh, Wis., whero tho Dins- that are being held at Richmond this mores spend tho summer. Prof. F. O. Clark left, Tuesday, for week. A company of about thirty young Lansing, Mich., where ho will spend people spent an enjoyable evening a month studying In the Graduate together last Satuiday down by tho School of Agriculture. Judge T. J. Coyle mado a busi xjreek on Scaffold Cano pike. Miss Nina King left, Monday, for ness trip to Richmond, Monday. The Misses Roberta and Gladys Battle Creek, Mich., whero sho will Johnson of Barbourvlllo arrived 111 spend several weeks. At the meeting of the school board Herat, Tuesday, for a visit of several of this district last Saturday, tho weeks with their sister, Mrs. J. P. following teachers were elected for Faulkner. Mr. H. E. Taylor was In Pinevlllo, the Berea public school: Tho MIsse3 Etta Gay, Etta Moore, Pattio Moyers, Wasloto and Harlan, Thursday, Fri day and Saturday of last week on 'Mary Tatum and Amelia McWhorter. of Richmond was business. Mr. Tony Burnam Mrs. A. E. Thomson of Slmpson-vill- e In town, Sunday. visited Mrs. Dr. Cornelius tho Tho Misses Ruth and Margaret spend latter iart of last week. Todd arrived last wcok to The young people of tho Illuo the summer with their mother and Lick Sunday School will glvo a sister. patriotic entertalnmont at tho church A party of young pcoplo mado a house July 4. to ttip at tho first of the week Mr. and Mrs. Walter Centers of High Brldgo. Paint Lick visited Mr. and Mrs. J. K. WANTED: CO boys to sell novelWngers, Sunday. ties In fairs, picnics, shows and ball The Messrs. John C. Chenault and games. Be first, write today. Send Amos Grlber, and tho Misses Emma .10 cents for terms, postage, etc. nnd Mary Erlo Oldham of Richmond, W. T. Hodgen, rpent tho week end of last week Campbellsvillo, Ky. Box 232, isltlng at tho home ot Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Martin near Boone. goaoo DR. BEST, DENTIST oooooooooo oaooooooaoaoaoaoooZ niarEin must be allowed for peoplo who subscribe and then die, or move away, or JujI back out. Probably ten per cent should bo nllowed lor thnt. So let us calculate a bit. President Frost has a $5,000 gift T. COYLE no a starter. Berea Itself Is proposing to r.tlso $)0,000. This has not been done, but It Is well Btarted nnd It can bo dono: Citizens $3,000, Students $3,000 nnd Fnculty $3,000 and tho $1,000 from Trustee Rogers. This $10,000 should. ten bo completed nt once, with n per cent margin for failure to pny. Then it will bo up to Mndlson Coun ty to slvo Its $10,000 nnd tho building can bo started. And Madison County should rnlso such a subscription In six weeks, by August 15. Then tho plans will be ready, thu builders on the ground, and work will bogln. Will Heren do Its part, and Madlcon County do its part by that time? Sec how easily Madison County can do It. Tho County contains a good many peoplo who nro worth a hundred thousand or more each. Suppose ten of them should glvo $1,000 each --- a subscription of four figures. Or suppose twenty should give $500 each. should glvo Or supposo twenty-fiv- e $400 each enough to build one room. Or suppose fifty should give ,$2)0 each enough to shelter ono student. Or supposo a hundred should glvo $100 each a threo flguro Illllsvllle, Va., Juno 23, 1912. Dear Mr. Faulkner: You can't nfTord to let the flies worry your cow After n fifteen mllo Journey with or horse to death while the cost of keeping them tho mall carrier In a buggy 1 reach off is so little. Try FLY SCOOT the way I fix ed Illllsvlllo a few minutes before it. 1 will refund your money:s if you nrc not :! :' 2 o'clock yesterday. It was n very Inpleased with the results. teresting trip and tho exerclso Don't forRct thnt your order, small or large, will :5 :: :: In order to remain solid In be delivered promptly. tno Beat was very tcnefleal Indeed. G. E. PORTER, Ph. C. Mr. Colenmn, tho carrlor, Is nn old Borea, Ky. Phono 10 man, of tho mountaineer and pioneer soldtype. Ho Is nn ier and was In Klrby Smith's regtho Province of N. H. iment ns It crcesed Big Hill near He- mlnuto nflor tho shooting licgan no Monday morning .through tho pelt-lu- g ren, nnd eiiKnged (ho Federals near rno was left, except tho dead nnd rain nnd a gap) of wind wo boardwounded. Richmond. Ho mentioned several pla ed, "Tho Prince Rupert" for DIgby. 1 wish I had tlmo to wrlto more My courage, 1 am speaking of In Kentucky that I recognized lf j ces and related many Incidents melt hs about tho history of tho llttlo town now, wont down to tho lower too are connected with tho horrors f but Its hlatory hns been written deck. After getllng out past Partrldgo war. illllsvlllo Is Lis birthplace nud much nlready nnd tho 350 Inhabit- Island nnd Into tha liny, I was "prot ho has been connected with many ants will all havo passed away long foundly moved," and hnd to glvo up other rather exciting excursions In beforo It Is forgotton. cent breakfast. It my twenty-flv- o Cnrroll County, all ot which ho deTho climate Is fine In this section grieved mo in seo (hat Collego money , ho and tho fooj oonrso but nourishing so lights In relating (o p. iiasner-bywasted, and now 1 can understand better why It is railed tho Hay of Fun ly, ho Is found to bo quite an agreeable I nm enjoying things much traveling companion for such a than if I wero In tho grent metront for tho waters seemed to laugh Uip. polis. Tho only thing I miss Is tho my dlstroos. up My shipmate went down tho third Tho story ct Illllsvlllo has been morning pair which doesn't turn his or fourth round, but ho wns on heralded far and mar, probably no till the 3un turna down. With best wish.-- for you nnd our feet ngnln beforo ho could lie countllttlo town In tho country, certainly rended out and going over tho deck with not In tho United Stntes, being bet- r.sslstanls, Tho Citizen and Its time; and ers, I nm, hnvo won him whi-r-t the same pace ter known at tho pres-Faithfully. yet no town has bem so badly utter somo negligent Janitor cr ReIVnn Single. nnd no people have l'en pair man In Horen. Thoro seemed to I io a "branded'' ns (he peomutual understanding between mi maliciously LETTETfrJlHE EDITOR and our vessel. Tho ple in Illllsvlllo and Carroll Ccuuly. th.it boisterous bo Ilnllfax, N, 8., Juno 20, '12. little ship took Just so much shakI was even told that It would Dear Editor: wry dangerous for mo to come Ining beforo sho got Into port nud tied Sunday morning, In tho city of St. up to I ho pier, so it ratno to pass to this County, that a stranger vns always looked upon with suspicion, Johns, found us up bright and early, wo landed at Dlgby. Wo shook bands, r.mi (hat I would bo taking my life Mr. Hudson nnd I, wo started out to my shlpmato and I, ho to look oftor In my hands. Well, I didn't believe get ns much out of tho town its wo the shipping In that beautiful harIt and camo ahead. I havo been up could, attended mass nt ten o'cloct;, bor, nud 1 to take my Journey to heard a short sermon from th- - Halifax. nnd down tho railroad nnd tho country all this wt'k and hav" never boon treated better than thoso peoplo have treated mo, In their wny. They nro PALACE MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY cot cultured by any means, tho many In f them nro strictly All kinds of fresh and cured menls and lnrd. ncc-ossa- ry my-t.e, I s nt 1 Bi-- Fly Scoot 2 Gallons for 25c All kinds of Staple Fish, Oysters and Poultry in Season. nnd Fancy Groceries. PROMPT DELIVERY :: :: REFRIGERATORS Are now on display at Welch's Furniture and Rug Department. All sizes and prices. U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. Coyle Building, Min St.. Reverend Father, don't remember tho subject, but Uio forma innclo the most impression. From theru to the liaptlst church at eleven. Tho Rev. Porter, a brother of tho successful baptist preacher in Loul3ille, Ky., preached from tho story of Martha aud Mary. A helpful bvriuon. Wo had enough then to mako us hungry for dinner. Three o'clock found us at tho Salvation Army service, and, let me tell tho fulks of Tho Citizen, thero was something doing every mlnuto of that hour nnd more of that and 1 wa3 convinced there was Joy among thu angels, as they looked down upon tho rvsjionsis to tho efforts of those consecrated Christian workers. At semi o'clock we were comfortably bented In th" Old Centenary Methodist Church, capacity than with a larger our Chapel. An Englishman buppHuJ thu pulpit nnd preached frum the text, "No man llveih unto himself." A good sermon, a surpllccd choir led tho music. A haudshako of welcome from Homo of tho worships, and we said good bo and hastened to the Nickel Theatre, "Hold on," till explain. Tho churches closed their services early lu order Unit the plo might be able to hear Thu Heir. Dr. Alkens, President of tho Reform speak on Temperance, assisting tho Prohibiten party In their gieat campaign against licensed sa loons. No harm In going there, was thero? ''Very well. Wo listened to the a tremendous arraignment ot Liquor traffic from tho Bpeaker, nnd 1 am anxious to hear tho result of the vote, which takes placo today in 1 :s Phone 57, On tills Juurtuy I rodo over the road Ir'd I helped to make. Thu rails I huld to lay, tho bridges I hel(iod to erect, and stopped at the station houw) I helped to build. This 1UU and vpilpmeut Is "Just tolernble." ll was raining, but not k much hut tho that 1 could get a glimpse of WELCH'S Or sunnose two hundred should glvo $10 each, or"four hundred $25 each. Or sutiposo It should be left for tho let people who havo least money 1.000 ueonlo Klvo $12 each, aud tho cum Is raised with a margin. There aro eight ways in which tui money can be raised. Let every ono do his or her sbaro. nnd a little more, for In public enter prises there aro always somo who do not tako hold at all. every respect. Carcll County Is not u place to bo dieaded by any cue. o. Thu pcoplo are of tho pure pioneer stock. They aro great lovers of freedom and liberty. This trait that Is tho cause ot tho massacre hue. It occurred lu tho court-hous- e was not because tho Aliens wantJd to shoot up tho court that caused tho trouble but because they wore privileges of personal tho denied freedom that hud been granted to under Hko circumstances. others While I do not want to ndvocato ireo-tlowheu carried to such nu extreme 1 do bclk.vo In giving Justice to all. this morn-lu- g I visited tho court-rooand saw tho cvldencen of war and death. "Much that has been written In rgeard to tho room is true but tho book, "The Allen Outlaws ' is an outrage, and could not bo ex- -i ... . i ,,..11... i. ..i .... pecieu lo uo utuvrwuu, uuu--- t iui.-appear straight up and straight down, crosswise nnd around and around. Tho bullets havo nil been cut out of thu furnlturo but tho marks remain ad blood may still bo seen on articles, such as books, olc. Tho room Is very small for a court house. Thero aro only 14 bencheo, C In the back and t! around the walls, each bench seating about 0 pooplo. Theso, together with 3 dozen chairs for tho lawyers and Jurymen, mako up tho seating m I great orchards as wo traveled thru tho valley nnd ":hu Urutid Pre," One passenger took n scut besldo me lu the train, whouo orchard covered "I acres, and when ho has it good crop every man, wohe could supply man and child in Hcrea with threo barrels each of the finest upples. Celling rvsUd up after my arrival In Halifax. I started out making calls. .My nephew, Harry Hurgess received mo Joyfully, and by the way of took mo In his carriage tho entire lledford Hasln, coming down Uiru Dartmouth nnd cross-in- g tho harlKir on tho ferry boat, over tho most beautiful sheet ot water lu existence, a distance of "5 th In that drive 1 passed miles. little bchool houxo, that I learned, my a, t, cM In when a child six )Cars old. Tho old church I attended, led by my father's hand, the little homo lu which wo lived, thu brook that ha! a waterwheol, on It whero wo played, and many othur marks of years gono over by. "I am living those das again." from Tills city seems to be tutfe tho enemy, with Its citadel towering ' above It, but It is to be hoped tho guns havo killed their last holdlra and thero will bo lxuice. . Faithfully yours, I Jas. A. Hurgesi. UiU'r-talnme- ut j WHAT TO WEAR Walk-Over This Spring? What Color? What Cloth? What Style? Buster Brown Shoes FOR Shoes Prof. Matheny for Men Boys AND THE RACKET STORE MRS. EARLY ogents wanted. Wrlto full description, tho Berea banks, or nt the price to C. W. of and location or tho Citizens' Hank of Ky. Johnston, London, A TOM And bo ready when Prof. Matheny PROPERTY WANTED writes to you or calls. Don't mako Mm usa up too much time and money Will pay cash for property In Madi are In this canvass. Subscriptions son County, wherovcr wo can get to bo paid In twelve monthly InstallNo tho best location and bargain. ments, and will bo received at cither Post-offic- Girls Let Us Help You Decide e is said that about 200 had Jammed Into tho room, yet It Is rtported that within a accommodations. It THUMB WEDDIN6 On Tuesday evening, July 9th, tho peoplo ot Berea and surrounding country will bo given an opportunity to witness a most beautiful children's BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE if entertainment. The Ladlos Aid of tho M. E. Church will give a Tom Thumb wedding nt chilthe Tabernacle. Seventy-fiv- e dren from 3 to 10 years of ago will go through with an elaborato church A COMPLETE LINE Hardware, Painti, Mowing Machines, Fanning InpleraeBts, Gaaoliae and Oil Stores, Bad Groceries You will find it so easy and satisfactory to make your decision from our Klegant New Spring Styles. Kvcry 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. PHcesRUht J. fl. CLARKSTON QlveUa aCall MAIN HAYES BEREA C& "ft Quality Store" GOTT KENTUCKY STRUT, near fcuk THE CITIZEN, Page Five A STOCK-REDUCIN- MIGHTY G SALE ar Of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings, and Ladies' Ready-to-WeGarments Commencing Wednesday, July 3. 1912 You will find this is something more than an ordinary sale. It is. an opportunity to buy the newest and best merchandise in Berea at of their real value. A genuine about two-thirmoney saving event Think of it offering big goods right at the assortments of high-clas- s ds time you need them at prices lower than the lowest. A Mighty Sale, with but one purpose to reduce stock and do it quickly. These prices will be in effect 10 DAYS, AND 10 DAYS ONLY. Price-Slashin- g, Profit-Sacrifici- ng A great chance to buy boys' clothing at 3 of the regular price. 2-- j A Large Assortment of Men's Suits j A lot of men's dress shirts, STRICTLY ity to be bought at UP-TO-DATE and finest qual- Worth $1.50 sale price $1.19 1.00 " " .79 $8.50 to $20.00, Stock Reducing Price $6.50 to $15.00 Think of it, man! A chance to buy good clothing at such prices as these: You will open your eyes and wonder how we can afford to do it, when you see the shoes we are offering at the price quoted below. The well known Walkover and American Gentleman Shoes or Oxfords for men, $3.95 Regular $5.00 grade for 3.25 Regular 4.00 grade for 2.95 Regular 3.50 grade for Straw hats for men and boys at 2 price; come early and get first choice. 1-- $7 I- -A II any Slnl $10.00. 'or 10 days U1 only will buy l',e store worth Any suit in the store for 10 day only worth up to $15.00 $11.50 $15.00 A lot of men's , $9 fA 7 'or Hiiy suit in the store worth up to $13.50 for 10 Any suit in the store worth up to $20.00 for 10 Worth " 50c. sale price " 25c. " days only. days only 35c. 18c. j Keep Cool Linen suits for men, Worth $10.00 sale price 8.50 " " $7 $6 Tremendous price reductions on men's and boys' odd pants. We have an enormous stock of pants in all sizes and kinds that must be sold regardless of cost or value. Ladies' dress skirts in all colors and cloths to be sold off of the regular price; also a large quantity of at wash skirts, silk and gingham under skirts at greatly reduced prices. 1- -3 Ladies' shoes or slippers in tan, ent, gunmetal or velvet, Worth $3.50 sale price Worth 3.00 sale price Worth 2.50 sale price pat$2.75 2.35 1.95 Be sure and look over our bargain counter of shoes. We have a number of shoes from broken lots that will be sold for less than first cost. Ladies', Misses' and children's white shoes and pumps, Regular $3.50 value for $2.25 2.00 Regular 3.00 value for 1.75 Regular 2.50 value for 1.50 Regular 2.00 value for .75 Regular 1.25 value for Be on hand at the opening hour. There will be plenty of competent salesmen to wait on you Bring Your Pocket Books. Cash to Everybody. Ladies' waists, including the new mannish waist. Worth $1.50 sale price $1.15 .90 Worth 1.25 sale price .79 Worth 1 .00 sale price SALE STARTS JULY 3 10 DAYS ONLY 10 SALE ENDS JULY 13 HAYES & GOTT "The Quality Stor" BEREA, KENTUCKY -f 'i. Page Two. THE CITIZEN INTERESTING FIGURES ON GOLD PRODUCTION July 4, 1912. The Citizen A HERE ARE TWENTY NEW SPRING SUITS That Are Special Values Not that they ate on sate, but almply that they are auch good Fabtica and Workmanship that they would readily sell at mote than their price. Our prices ate not determined, however, by how much we can get, but by how little we can afford to ask, and we do not fetl that we are sacrificing profits by so doing, but that we are building confidence and permanent trade It Is the most successful policy in the long run. jMIMTIONAL family newspaper for all that trua and Interesting. Putilhhetl every Thurxlay at I1ere l;rlht, Kjr BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Inrnrnrnlril) J. P. Faulknar, Editor and Manager. SUNMTSCPL Lesson (IJr E. O. BKI.I.EIIB. Director nf Evjn-InDepartment, Tha Moody lllbla of Chlcano.) ar Subscription Ratos f. rAYAnt.lt IN ADVANCIt One Sli Month Three Month Ver . ..... ... l'ot-oflic- e ... I1.00 1 LESSON FOR JULY 7 MALIQNANT UNBELIEF. I.E8SON TEXT Hark U tha Jurl. GOLDEN TEXT-"T- lil menl. that light l coma Into tli world and men lovol tha darknea rather than the IlKht; for thalr works were evil." John 3:19. JJ Send money by or ItxprtM Money cent ttnp. Th nflrr vnur name on label howt to what date your itlncrlptlon l pal'I If It li not cluneal within three week, otter renewal notify n. Mliwlnc mimbera will lie gladly aiipplleit If we are notified. Pine rreminm given for new aulxcriptlona and prompt renewal. Send for Premium I.lt Liberal term given to any who obtain new subscription for 11. Any one endinr ti four yearly ubcription can receive The Citizen free for himself for one year Advertining rates on application. te I See These Better Than Usual Suits It will pay you to accept the suggestion promptly. MEMHRR Of R. Carbonate Hill, KENTUCKY TRUSS ASSOCIATION. In J. ENGLE & SON KENTUGKY the Laadvllla (Colorado) Mining Dlatrlct ei-Tssr-:. BEREA, WAIT TOR THE CUE. A young St Louis girl wrote a brief note, closed ber windows and turned on the gas. The note read: I am alck and tired and out ot money. Thar la no hope Ooodbyl Poor lassie! Sbo thought self destruction was the door of escape from her troubles. But was It? If you should be mlserablo In Illinois would it make you happy merely by moving orer Into Indiana? Death Is only a chango of venue. 's "Which way I turn Is hell," said Sataa "Myself am bell." That's It You carry your misery In yourself. The mero shifting of the scene will not suffice. Wont a pity some one could not have Mil-ton- The total gold output In the United States from 1801 to 1910, Inclusive, was f87S.ai6.800. Of this production Colorado contributed $237,875,300; Calita, $84,649,200. fornia, 184,1U,000; Alaska, $144,276.-000- ; Nevada, $80,622,900; South Dakomany aurfaoe deposits ot bonanta ore have been exhausted, there are now more and better opportunities for profitable mining than Aver before In Colorado. Mining costs have been greatly reduced by the ot electric power lines to nearly every mining dlatrlct ot the atate. Recent developments In the applica Although Woodrow Wilson Wins ConSnued fron I'irtt Page J IT convention was one of sonsa- Hns. the great Commoner from Nebraska all the while playing the leading rolo. Although going down to defeat as a candidate for teniora,ry Senator-elec- t James for the lotion, chairman, his strength was en- of permanent Chairman, occupied Th0 Cmmt me,.u ntul rolled on a motion, put before the an inconspicuous placo In the Con of your self respect You are Just worn before any nominations ventlon. Her delegation was Dounu discouragement with greater efforts, Convention of body and faint of spirit Take a ,anJ- - bavlng one gtcat aerial till 1) . .... ! .. breath or two and make a new Btart were made on Wednesday, congratulating the American people and assur the ioulsvtlle convention to vote destroyed, promptly builds another Do nothing rash. es them that the Democratic party f"r SKaker Clark as long as his on better lines. His latest mlsfor "Walt a bit Rest" But, alas, the girl was alone, driven was with them and opposed to thej,:ame wag before ' U' "f. ConwnHon at ' ""-- ' B,"l' to bay, desperate I In ber stress of money power. " '" -.I 11.I hopelessness It seemed good to destroy Mown from Its moorings, broken I J . His second maneuver was made her young body In order to ease her after the convention was seen to be two and then hurnd, owing to nn thelr instructions and tho rulings mind. Speaker of Chairman James whipped them In- explosion of the pases. No lives practically ln a deadlock, And pity 'tis she Is only one of thou Clark and Woodrow Wilson being to line. On the final ballot, however, ! wero lost. sands such. CANADIAN TORNADO the leaders but neither able to com- they swung over Into the "Suicide Is confession." WUeon j A disastrous etorm swept through It is as If an actor, unwilling to wait mand enough votes to win the nomi'ttn'lol,a d Saskatchewan. Cana- for the promptor's word, should rush nation, and three other, candidates, Governor Wilson Is generally con- from behind the scenes and plunge Marshall, Underwood and Harmon, ceded tho strongest man the iwrty da, Sunday. The total projH'rty loss Into the limelight of the stage and holding their own. It was a master Is estimated at ten million dollars. could have nominated, notwlhstand-ln- g shout his lines to the amazement of and the list of dead will probably stroke In "the form of a resolutlo-- i the fact that Speaker Clark had reach two the auditors. hundred. In line with the other resolution ofmore Instructed votes to begin How explain his presence there? Tho new parliament building. Just And what must be his confusion fered Just before the candidates wero with by a hundred than he. The and embarrassment? Would he not be nominated, and further, and more Speaker's defeat was not due to any completed at a cost of two million, hissed from the stage? deflnitely committing the party to vant of popularity on his part nor although constructed of steel nnd How much better to wait until the progrcsslvlsm. If it should carry, to the fact that ho Is a bad man, concrete, was badly damaged. caller gives the cue for the part before and eliminating any candidate who but should be credited to his want IN OUR OWN STATE going onl to the Interests of wisdom In not sensing the popuIs It not time enough to go when one owed his nomination Continued from Pint Page In Morgan, Ryan and lar demand for tho elimination of Is called, trembling and hesitant to as represented Belmont of Wall Street. The resoluthe money Interests In the nomina- any previous session. A number tf say one's lines? tion also called for the withdrawal tion and election ot presidential can- distinguished educators from other of Belmont and Ryan who wero deledidates and his willingness to strad- - states were present and took jiart Tha Crown of a Tooth. gates from New York and Virginia die when a show-dow- n was demanded In tho program. An Interesting fea- fffAilUXnaa tooth Is covrespectively, but this clause was ob his unwillingness to break with ture of tho gathering was tho parade. ered by a brilliant wblto cap of with Tammany Hall. His highest vote was tho chief jtolnt of Interest in which density, the enamel, which Is not jected to, being ln conflict only the hardest tissue of the human stato rights, and Bryan withdrew It. on the 10th ballot, f56, when he was tho "moonlight schools' divisibody, consisting, as it does, of 00.5 per The convention then passed the would have been declared the nom- on. cent of mineral and of 3.5 per cent of resolution by a vote of 8S9 to 10C. inee of tho parly except for tho animal matter, but also the birrdest Tho resolution follows: rule that two thirds instead of n MAJ. GEORGE C. SQUIER organic substance. The whole known Resolved: That ln this crisis In majority Is necessary for a choice. of tho friction entailed by the masticaour counWilson will go before the country tion of food falls upon tbe cutting our party's career, and ln tho delegations that edges of our teeth, and these are pro- try's history, this convention sends and before tected by an extra thickness of en- greeting to the people of the Unit- fought him so long, practically withamel So hard is this that only ln ex- ed States, and assures them that the out tho animosities that often retreme cases, in persons wbo live on party of Jefferson and of Jackson is sult from such bitter flghtB, Mr. Bryvery bard food requiring much masti- still the champion of popular governan coming in for most of tho blamo cation, has it been known to wear off. ment and equality before the law. for the Speaker's defeat. And Bryan This enamel cap Is composed of a vast As proof of our fidelity to the jkjo- - Is In a position where, hatred and number ot microscopic rods, one end of ple, we hereby declare ourselves op animosity count for but llttlo. Ho each of which rests upon the dentine, any candi- was simply a delegate from Neand tbe other reaches the free cutting posed to tho nomination of surface. These rods vary ln shape and date for President who Is the rep- braska, and, while wielding a moat powerful Influence owing to his position, some being five and others resentative of, or under any obligasix sided, some straight and others sin- tion to, J. Pierpont Morgan, Thomas moral stamina, claimed only tho uous, but they are all arranged so that V. Ryan, August Belmont or any power of the vote ot a single indivitho maximum degree of compactness other member of the privilege-huntin- g dual. and strength Is secured. g Governor Marshall of Indiana, the class. and Bo It further resolved: That we successful candldato for the Natural Inquiry. was a candidate for tho this demand the withdrawal from 'A lawyer was retained as counsel convention of any delcgato or delefirst placo on the ticket until the for a man wbo stepped Into a bole ln tho street and broko his leg. Tbe ver- gates constituting or representing 28th ballot, having received either d 31 or 30 votes up to that time, when Interests. dict was ln favor of bis client After tho Tills resolution was the Nebraskan's his name was withdrawn. settling up tbe claim be banded bis There were rumors nfter tho confirst real stroke at Champ Clark's client a silver dollar. "What Is this for?" asked tbe man. candidacy, for it was becoming pret vention adjourned at 3:30 Tuesday "That is what Is loft after taking ty evident that he was tho choice evening, having nominated Gover out my fee, tbe cost of appeal and of New York's delegation and Tam- nor Wilson, that Clark might bo other expenses." many Hall that controlled them. A selected for the second placo. The man regarded the dollar a moA day or two passed, however, number of names wero presented at ment, then looked at the lawyer. "What Is tha mattor with this?" ht the balloting continuing with Clark tho nlgbt session but tho Speaker Major qulsr. tn effletr of tha sig isked. "Is it badr-McO- U's Mac. still In tho lead and his llno-u- p un refused to run, and after two bal- nal eorpe, has appointed mill broken, when tho Nebmskan made lots were cast tho name of Gov. Ury attaoh of tha Amarlean embassy another onslaught upon the Inter- Burke of North Dakota was with In London, auocaedlng Ma J. ataohen ests, doclarlng that the candidate drawn and the Indiana Governor was Major tqulsr Invsntsd tha locum. Men who- say they can quit drinkmultiplex telaphona and gave hit pat ing when tboy want to, generally quit winning by the vote of New York chosen on the 3rd ballot. would not get his support and should The Convention adjourned at 1:56 tnt to tha governmsnt before they want to, not be supported by any progres- - yesterday morning, I "Now, my dear, you may be badly off. but thousands are In a worse state than you. Many baTO passed through your agony of mind and are happy now. "The clouds will brighten. Walt "If you are hungry there are places like the Salvation Army or the Asso- -, elated Charities, where they will feed you untU you can look around. Nay. thev will Dut a roof over Your head until such time you can And fresh courage. "If you are sick there are free dispensaries and clinics and hospitals, which you may employ without loss , ( interest, were laid down 1" the line up of the candidates for to or against Bryan's proposition eliminate Parker. Woodrow Wilson waa the only man that came out boldly in support of Mr. Bryan, and Is t() h,3 wsdom ,n tnls particular lnB fc " , v,ct i tion ot the cyanide procesa mnke it possible to earn dividends by extracting gold from ore that a few years ago WORLD NEWS was cast upon the waste dump. The Continued from Pirat Page construction of deep drainage tunnels has made It possible to work mines at PLOTTERS AGAINST KOHKAN a greater depth. GOVERNMENT Cripple Creek remains the greatest , Ono hundred nnd throe ereons gom camp in tno state; nut in oineri, i, arresieu in rwureu districts, especially In the La Plataa 'vo till' plotting to OVOTthrOW anil thn rn.l nf tho San Tiin ril.triM with many new producers are developing. Government nnd to take tho life U Nearly nil of Colorado continues to produce sli- the Governor-Genera- l. ver and lead In large quantities, but tho accused aro professing Chrlu In the last two years xlno has ranked tlans, which has given rise to sug next to gold In Importance. gestions that tho Japanese Govern- Christian Is hostllo to the Fives. This brought the Speaker W religion, uul Uong denial has uiuaiumure aim resuiieu 111 u. ,gsuoJ hy the authorltlttt. iu incm oeing issueu uy uim ami or th(J ,,jottcrg nre young M managers ana tlie uecnne ot nis voio with advanced Ideas ..!- with the ISth ballot when he lolled , COIltl,ied ln u sllRtoJll and . .,layo onlJ. cnougU t0 Uo ,iown. on unui uio mil oanoi.. wnicn wua ThiAr trn, ,g g(X)n , ,nk, I,,,lce laKen .Monoay auernoon, me opeaK- con (hnll.h. ,.. - wi.l.-r.i- ! or's star descended and the Now Silracy will be uneurthed. Jersey Governor's rose. It was not ANOTHER ZKPPEMN DESTROYcertain, however, that Clark was out ED of the race until the 30th ballot, Germany is ahead of all other when the votes stood 4D5 to 459 becovernmonis ln the world In the tween him and the New Jersey Cover-no- r. mntter of nerlal navigation, regu lar routes being established between Kentucky, nsldo from the fact that trie cities. Their lindcrshlp In this she was honored by the selection of li.trttrtllnr la Hun morn tn fViufit , .... 1 The W. C. T. U. settlement school at Hindman hail an Interesting exhibit of furniture, drawing and sewjf ing. And there were a uumbcr other exhibits that attracted atten-- ! tion. LOSE I.IVES IN KIRE Two iicrsons wero killed nnd five others suriously injured In a flro which occurred tn Louisville. last Friday morning. The flames had gained considerable headway before It was discovered, nnd tho means "f escniie wero cut off to the occupants of tho third floor. LETTER FROM PRES. FROST There aro two kinds of unbollof depleted In this lesson, tho malignant, oruel, vindictive unbelief of tho Phari-iocand the inoredullty, tho atuaie-men- t, the unbellof of tho family and friends of Jesus. Thero are three natural dlvlalous ot this lesson; first v. 20, 21) tho unbelief of his friends who, beholding his marvelously buay Itfo, so busy aa not to take time to eat, concluded he must ot necessity bo Insane on the subject of religion, aa no other explanation would autlice. the malignant, Secondly (v. malicious, blind unbellof of the representatives of the rulers In Jerusalem wbo had come down to "Investigate" the popular Oallleo prophet, that they might find wherewith to "actho unbecuse him." Third (v. lief of thoao bis nearost of kin who also sought to restrain and to turn blm asldo It posilbte from his arduWe have In this first ous labors. section another of those wondorful gospel pictures, Just a touch, but so graphic, of tho eagerness of tho multitudes to seo and bear Josus. Simply to hear him was enough to draw togotber a crowd. Yet notice his response, ba would not even pause to refresh himself but the compaaalon of a great minion compelled htm to mlnleter unto them. What cared ho for rest s; 22-331-3- or refreshment? ,,. ,, I,. 1 i. .!.... ....... 'T. It? I J lJESS-CIQW- U ex-tre- . favor-seekin- above-name- Hi bn - Miracles Explained. Tho multitude had studied Jcius as tnuqua all others aro Imitations, in be performed bla miracles and' aclb'4 Bishop John II. Vincent, and a counted him to be the Meaalah (Matt but the Pharlaeea were not great christian business in nil named acknowledge blm, for Lewis Miller, begun the undertaking then willing to that would be to condemn tbemaolvea. rf having a Summer assembly, free However, heFo are theso miracles that from distracting thlugs, and devoted demand an explanation, and we must to religion and education. They remember that theio men came with secured a location on Chnutauqua a predetermined motive, viz., that lake, which Is a beautiful sheet of they might And wherewith to accuto water nearly lovO fevt higher than blm (seo v. 2 and 6.) Not accepting Lake Erie only 12 miles awny. Hero tbe plain common aenso explanation they adopted rules to prevent danc- and hla avowed purposo in performing tboy gave out that mlraclea (Mk. ing, nnd Sunday excurIt was by the power of the Prince of sions, and arranged a progrum of lec- Devils, Beolzobub, that Jeaus performtures, concerts and good amusements, ed hla mighty deeds. Tbe utter faland later a summer school In which lacy of such an accusation Is shown peoplo may study almost any brunch. by Jesus' reply. He did not upbraid Many thousands of peoplo come them with anger though their accusahero every year to Btay through tion waa the utmost limit of maligpart or all of the assembly which nity. Jesus knew that he must needs lasts CO days. Chautauqua Is a para endure Just auch contradictions ot sinners (Isa. C3:8, 4), nevertheless ha dise for children, for old lor exposed tbelr folly (v. Jesus students, and for all who wish for u here gives ua a fine example of logic, cool and quiet place of rest. Every which la almply unanswerable. No statu In tho Union Is represented, more can a divided kingdom stand, or and all the great men of the nation a divided house stand than for Satan aro here to sj,Hk at otiu tlmo or nn- - to fight against himself. No more can other. The Audltorum seats G.OO0 tho thief capture bis booty unless ho iwople. As you enter tho grounds first finds or deceives tbe guard, than for Jesus to fight Satan and at tbo ou see tho sign, "Help keep Chausame tlmo be his vassal. Satan la a tauqua beautiful," nnd you nro reatrong" man (v. 22) and he, Jeaus. quested to throw waste paper, camo to break, to overcome, that powskins, nnd other rubhUh In the er, for he la tnded the atrongor one. cans provided for tho purotvu and The subjects of Satan are his alavea. In the revlaed version we find not on tho grass. At 10 o'clock every ono must be quiet so nil can sleep. the correct translation for verse 29. Whosoever shall blaspheme agaluat Tho opening address was by the the Holy Spirit hath never forglveneas, Minerablo Bishop Vincent plain and but la guilty of an eternal sin," thua simple, earnest and moving. Then effectually aettlng at rest any thought his son. Dr. Georgo Vincent, whom ot a future probation after our Ufa some will remember as a speaker hero upon this earth. It when men years ago ut Berca, and who has Just lovo their evil deeds to auch an exbeen elected President of Minnesota tent that they refuse to walk ln tbe University, gavu such tin address as light and resolutely sot tbelr face a 1 try to give at the opening of a against the true Ught. they commit term. Ho told peoplo how to get the the last and Irremediable aln. Sons of God by Faith. good out of their Btay at Chautau Lastly we see the klnfolk of Jesus. qua, urged them not to wear gloves or fashionable attire, and reminded Including bis mother, seeking to withdraw blm from his them that when so many people aro Jerusalem lawyera, or,conflict with tha aa has been together each ono has a duty to bo It they were among tbe friends helpful to all tho rest mentioned at tho outset Seeking to And ono can see that his sugges protect him after this Interruption by tions aro heeded. It Is surprising to taking him away to a place ot rest Jeaus waa, however, not s how many sensible, educated, and quiet. plainly dressed, good looking people understood by hla nearest and dearthere nro hero, and how friendly they est klnfolk; and auch has ever been the bitter grief of many of hla follow-erall seem. a grief that la even harder to bear Tho Korea Cottago Is ono of tho best than tho denunciation or bla enemlea located on tho grounds, and It Is with all of their mlsrepreaentatlon. pleasant to sit on lis broad porch nnd But he who was reviled and reviled not think of tho friends who havo sat again, wbo waa led as a lamb to the there Mrs. Putnam, Mrs. Todd, Mr. slaughter, answers not this stranga and Wrs. May, Prof, and Mrs. Scale, misunderstanding by any flash of anger, but In gentleness rebukes tbelr Mr. DIzney, Mrs. Thomson, nnd many Interference with hla plant and points moro. 'Mr. Hudson once hired a sailout that his nearest boat and taught a lot of us some- thoae who do bla will.and dearest ara Jesus as our thing about navigation on the Oreat High Priest is here speaking sot Uke. today wo entertained as the 8on of Mary, but aa tha Son of And Brother and Sister Knight whoso Man. Tha golden text throws wonderful early homes wero near here, and whom you will soon see again in light upon this whole lesson. Ha, Berea. Chautauqua Is a good placo Josus, the Light, came Into tha world and wo must account for him. DJca to cctoo to. Pilate, wo have htm on our bauds. If Sincerely your friend, wa refute to walk in tho light wa Win. Goodell Frost. havo committed tbo last and tba Irremediable sin. If wo aln wllfull after seeing tbe light, there remains no ON CHAUTAUQUA PL AT FIRM other, no moro, sacrifice for sin. When In order to continue In our evil deeds President Frost gave a lecture on which cannot stand the presenoe ot tha 'Education In Southern 'Mountains' light, we choose rather tha darkness at Chautauqua, June 28th, and wa and rotusa to submit ourselves to tho on tho program for devotional ad call of the Light, wo bring ounelvat uouer conaomnauoa. dresses, yesterday and (Continued from Srtp(tl card-playin- ba-i.n- sue-geate- a, ( July 4, 1912. BEREA REUNION AT CLEVELAHD THE CITIZEN. ' 7 Page Three. dooryard. Burn or bury all garbngo Keep your stablo floors or refuse. clean nnd wash them occasionally with hot soapsuds solution (ono ounce common soda to twclvo quarts soft soap and wntcr). Matiuro heaps or vaults should bo disinfected with powdered chtorldo of lime. Flics find n splendid breeding ground in n stable. Sewage vaults should bo cleaned frequently nnd disinfected and protected from flics by chlorldo of llmo or milk of lime. A filthy pigpen Is nlso a fine breeding plnce for files, rigpens should be so built that they may bo flushed out nnd cleaned. The manure Is n valuable fertilizer nnd may be stored, but should be covered with dry earth, chloride of llmo or crudooll. The task of keeping files out of the house la n difficult ono. Screens nnd a fly beater, fly pnper, etc., only mitigate tbo evil. Tho rational method Is to prevent breeding. Tho mosquito docs not carry tho germ of malaria on his feet, as the housefly carries tho typhoid bacillus, but in his snllvary gland. Tho mosquito is known ns tho "in On Saturday, Juno 22, about thirty - WW STRONG AID FOR TEMPERANCE Impsror William of Germany and a Othtr Members of Royalty In Favor Total Abstinence. An Interesting trio of facta hm cently attracted tho notice not only of temperance workcra everywhere, but of the general public aa well, showing the growing attltudo of royalty toward drink and the liquor trnfflo In Europe. Tho address made a ahort time ago by tho Emperor William to the atudenta urging tham to abollih bouta In their societies, rouaed wldeipread lntereit In the oauie of temperance in Oormany and attracted the attention of leadera In the movement In other countrloa. Htlll later, In opening the new naval academy at Meurwlck, the Bmperor Willaying liam read an atreia upon the quallflcatlona neces-aar- y to naval officers, and later speak-Inextemporaneouily made a plea for temperance on tho part of the cadeta. In hla temperance talk he cautioned the cadeta agatnit excessive drinking, which he laid undermined the nervea, and the atronuoua naval ervlce of today required atrong nervea. Ho counaeled total and added Impreailvely that "the nation which In the future uied the amalteat amount of alcohol would march at the bead or the column on the flelda of art aqd war." Quite recently alao, the king of reOar-man beer-drinkinordcr-ln-councg absti-noncDel-glu- attended an anttaleohollo manifestation organized by the United He IMil'an Temneranoo aocletlea. ltitened with attention to eloquent ad- Orestes oj me uamoua primsie 01 nelgtum, Monietgnor Mercler, and the great French barrister, Monileur Henry Itobert. Hut by hla own pretence he did more for tho popularization of teetotallsm than the moat eloquent aa wat remarked by Monileur Ilobert. Gome weeks ago the future king of Sweden, Prince Ouitavua, waa the chief apeaker In a meeting organized by Swedish Good Templars. He was pleased to take the lead In the temperance cause, he declared, and with aucb royal patronage It la easy to picture the rapid spread of the reform during tho coming reign of this Scandinavian ruler A trade union secretary baa the following pointed paragraph set forth In notes commenting on labor conditions In general: "A clsss of workmen who figure somewhat frequently on tho unemployed list arc the tipplers. There In the 1s no room for workshop of the present day. The drunken workman Is rigidly kept on the outside of tho workshop gates, because his presence Inside Is a danger both to himself and others, and the tippler will soon be sent to keep him company for the same reason. "Much la being said In certain quarters concerning the effects of Intoxicating drink on the question of unemNo one who la acquainted ployment. with the conditions of workshop life would contend for a moment that drink has any. appreciable effect on the volume of unemployment, but It Is an Important factor In determining who are to be employed. Other things being equal, the workman has by far a better chanr of finding employment, and of keeping It, than his tippling or sporti, dram-drinker- s flvo former students and teachers of Berea College nssunblcd at Edgowa-tc- r Park, Cleveland, to renew acquaintances nmt talk over old times. It wna nn Ideal day, In striking contrast to Um ono Inst year, when n similar reunion was held with a steady down pour of rain. About n dozen sat down to lunch In tho pavilion, but noon others began to nrrlvo, somo of whom havo not been present before. A clrclo whs formed and after singing "My Old Kentucky Home," "Auld Lang Syne," and other fntullar Bongs, "confes-r.ion- s' wcro mado by some of tho older students of Keren, after tiny wcro assured that no action would bo tnUen agnlnst them, Stories and reminiscences wcro exchanged, nnd tho afternoon paused pleasantly. Some, also availed themselves of the opportunity for a launch ride. About flvo o'clock tho meeting was adjourned to Uio home of Mr. and Mrs. Jamc3 Racer, 21G7 W. UGth St., where an excellent chicken dinner, prepared under tho skillful manngi-rneof Mrs. ltacer, was served. After dinner n business meeting was held and a permanent organization formed. Tho following oflcers were elected: James ltacer, Pres.; Mrs. .'arnes Racor, Secy.; A. S. Man.i, Trees.; B. C. Chnpln, member of tho Executlvo Hoard. It was decided to hold another reunion next year and a tentative date, Juno 28, wns decided uiion, though tbo Executlvo Hoard was eniitowerfJ to chango tho date If It seemed best. Ihls reunion Is held with tho desire of getting Ilereu people, who are now In Ohio, and especially In the vicinity ot Cleveland, into closer touih with ono another. Invitations nrs sent to thoso known to bo residing In this vicinity or whoso homes wens originally In this section, or who might be visiting heie at the. tlnto of tho reunion, Any ono connect-- d with Herea at any time will be welcome, and the Secretary will be. glad to receive any addresses of thoso who may havo been overlooked this year. After the business meeting speeches wero mado by 5lr. Otto McNutt, Mr. J. C. Chapln, Mr. James ltacer and Mr. Ixiuls Karnosh. 'Mr. McNutt and Mrs. Jesslo Ilogers McNutt, also a student of Herea, camo from New Hrlghton, Pa., to attend this reunion. Mr. 'McNutt is a successful contractor and also ono of tho twelve eouncllmen of that city, he, himself, nt Home Course In Health Culture XV.- -- ! Germs In the Home By EUGENE U F1SK, M. D. Copyright, 1510, by American Press Araoclatlon. it-M are "good germs" Just ns THERE germs," and "badthere are trusts" trusts." and One of the best and most beautifully located residences in Berea. Built last year. Genuine first class oak finish inside. Concrete basement 14x58 it. Seven large well ventilated rooms, and nttic, large pantry, china closet nnd three wardrobes, three grates, tile and cabinet mantels, i FOR SALE: ( Iiiiilding already piped for gas lights. Smoke house, coal house, etc Size of lot ft. located on Chestnut St. Really worth $3000 $2700 if sold before September lit. 00-180 Address W. B. HARRIS, Berea, Ky. She la typical of every tonal lines. woman Qf ber day. One of her letters I am only able to quote bits of It la particularly Interesting, for It a scene familiar to every family of Revolutionary American limes. She says- "I heard the horses ot the inhuman Britons coming in such a furious manner that they seemed to tear up the earth, the riders at the same time bellowing out the most horrid curses, but I had no time for thought they were up to the house entered with drawn awords and pistols in their hands. Then they began to plunder the house of everything they thought valuable or worth taking, our trunks were split to pieces and each mean his bosom pitiful wretch crammed with the contents. They took my siss from her ears and deter's manded her ring from ber linger; she pleaded for It, told them it was her wedding ring, and begged they would let her keep it, but they still demanded It, and presenting a pistol at ber, swore If she did not deliver It Immediately they would fire. I had tor-gto tell you that upon their first entering the house, one ot them gave my arm such a violent grasp that he left the print ot his thumb and three ftrgers In black and blue which was to be seen very plainly for several days." ear-ring- "Germ busting" In some respects resembles "trust busting." Publicity nnd tho light of day nro to bo correctives for bad trusts. Sunsblno and fresh air will unquestionably restrain tho nctlvltlcs of bad germs. An example of a good germ Is the lactic acid bacillus found In sour milk Tablets containing these germs are now used in medicine for tho treatment of Intestinal trouble, It having been found that they destroy certain harmful bacteria that flourish in the Intestines. In fact, the "elixir ot life' In tho form ot artificially soured milk may now be purchased at soda fountains, but whether it is a real elixir and actually prolongs life by killing ofl t the bacteria that produco old age been fully pnssed upon by science. However, these lactic acid bacilli are quite useful and arc also employed In the trentmcnt of Infective processes In the nose nnd mouth. Diseases Due to Germs. It Is not bo long ago only about fifty years that learned men were willing to debate about "spontaneous generation." It was contended that the microscopic organisms that were found in certain fermenting nnd decomposing fluids wero "spontaneously" Iiut-no- termediate host" of the malarial para- Independence Hall, Philadelphia, 1778. leprisentlng its wealthiest district. Mr. John Chapln, suerlntendent (f schools at UUndalo, Ohio, In an Interesting siiei-ctold of somo former Herea students whom ho had met, and also Indulged In some reminiscences. Mr. ltacer, who is president of tho Alumni Association of Herea College, look occasion to urgu a large, attendance at tho Triennial reunion to bo Louis held In Keren, next year. Mr. Karnosh told us what Herea students nr doing now. Tho reunion was a success In every way and showed that Herea students nro succoedlng everywhere, and still havo Uio Hurra spirit. Thoso present for tho ilrst time wero; I)r, and Mrs, Krank Ewers, Attorney, and Mrs. (1. Auten, who camo from Akron In their automobile, Mr. Dale It. Smith, teacher of Science ia Paineslllo High School, MIbs Geor-gl- a Smith, stenographer nt Ravenna, Mr. 11. M. Washburn und Mrs. LUIle Chrlsmau Washburn, who leave boon for their missionary work In Africa, Mr. Hert Dor'.hlik and Mrs. Laura Woshburn Derthick of 'Mantua, .Mr. nnd Mrs. E. H. Wells of Cleveland, , who Mrs. Elolso Partridge taught In Herea several ears, and who now lives In lllldreth, Neb. Hesides thoso mentioned, tho following wero present: A. S. Mann, "Mrs. Nettle Hurdetto Maun, Hessler Hoad, Cleveland; Jas. ltacer, M. ltacer, Mrs. Myrllo Uurr W. yfith St. Cleveland; "Miss i'107 Douglas, Miss Hazel Douglas, Wellin?-ton- ; Miss Antoinette Mister, Carnegie, Ae., Cleveland; Mr. nnd St., 'Mrs. E. C. Chapln, 21W K. Mrs. Mills, Schaufflor Cleveland; School, Cleveland; Mr. (Ilenn Keener, Mr. Ave., Cleveland; CitOl Clluton and Mrs. Stanley VnnWInMe, 1283 W. t. Hf.th St., Cleveland; "Miss Clara Avenuo Clove-lanDetroit 10127 Mr. Louis Karnosh, Cleveland; Clluton Early, 1355 West Itr.th Mr. Miss Lotta M. Street, Cleveland; Osborne, CO Lusard Place, Palncsvllle. from were read Communications MIbs Mary Jacobs, Janesvtllo, Wis., Itev. I'. D. Dodge, Talmadge, Ohio, Ave., W. Gth Miss Allco McKee, Columbus; Miss Iluth Todd, Brocl:-por- t. N. V.; Itcv. W. H. Kaker, Cha-gri- n Fulls, O.j'.MIss, Martha Sproule, Delaware; Miss Frances Shultz, Carlisle, Pa.; Earl Clark. Omaha, Nob. There wero present as guests of tho reunion, Mr. Auton Karnosh, Dr. und Mrs. Hannum, 'Mrs. Oaborno of Cleveland; Miss Deithick of Mantua. lk-an- Some Patriotic Women of the 1 Revolution Av:??wSw?W..-.vv.wAv.w.sv.v..w- fS'.V.VWW.V.VA,WMVWAVWAVAM.VAWMsW i really very interesting to see how women are Influenced by circumstances. As we look around upon It Is t, sometimes our busy frivolous sisters, we can see nothing heroic about them. Yet I believe that In every woman's breast there lies the possibility ot great heroism. What she can do when put to the test Is amply Illustrated by the eventa of history. ing fellow." LIQUOR AND LIFE INSURANCE Total Abstainers In New York Company Each Year Draw Increassd Dividends. Dr. 0. H. Heald, In a recent issue of "Ufo and Health," mentions a striking Instance of the benefits of total abstinence In tho matter of Ufa Insurance. A certain life Insurance company doing business In New York, ho states, has since 1900 kept a separato record in the total Insured of abstainers sbstlncnco department of tho coms pany. These total abstlnenco each year draw Increased dividends, which materially reduce tho cost of Insurance. It may be explained that many companies Issuo annual dividends or refunds basod upon the actual gains of tho companlos, resulting from tho fact that tho actual mortality Is less than the calculated mortality shown In the tables. In the temperance department of this company, ss In others, It la found that tho dividend or amount returned to the policyholders Is considerably larger than It la - the goncral department, because tho actual mortality In that dopurt-men- t less proportionately than In tho Koncral department poll-cto1 There Is a sprightly conversation preserved for us in a letter from the fascinating, talented Mra. Wilkinson which shows quite of Charleston, clearly tho attitude of the young matrons ot tho Revolution toward their nrltlah foe. She la describing her feelings when asked by an officer to until ber death. play the guitar. "J cannot play; I am very dull." The fascinations of woman were "How long do you Intend to conused to better advantage than T" tinue so, Mra. Wilkinson upon a certain afternoon shortly after "Until my countrymen return, the retreat from New York, when a sir." troop ot British soldiers were de"Return aa what, madame prison-er- a tained at the house of a Mrs. Murray, or subjects?" who gave them bosldes cake and wine "As conquerors, air." B.ich BprlgHtly conversation that they "You will never see that, mad- remained two hours Just long enough ame." to allow General Putnam, tho last to "I live in hopea, sir, of seeing the leave the city, to make retreat across thirteen stripes hoisted onco more the dangerous highroad, on which the on the bastions ot this garrison." Britishers wero loitering. "Do not hope so; but come, give Think of the Inner excitement of us a tune on tho guitar." this gentlo little Friend, how her eyes "I can play nothing but rebel must have Bhone and her cheeka crimsongs." soned as moment after moment passed Thus Mrs. Wilkinson, true to her and she realized that she had saved a hopes and patriotic to the very core part of the American army) Such a of her being, withstood tho advances situation seems almost Impossible to of the enemy even along purely per- - us now, does It not? eel-de- Few women are called upon to endure the sufferings ot Mrs. Gaston, a young patriot acarcely over twenty, who saw her husband shot before her very oyes. Gaston was a physician, most ardent In his sympathy for the Ameiican army. While endeavoring to escape with his wife, a child of three, and an Infant of a few weeks, he was overtaken by a party of Dritish. With-ou- t being allowed a word with his wife or a moment of preparation be was shot. "The musket which found his heart was leveled over her shoulder." It was necessary for this wretched young wife to drag her husband's body to a plnce of safety and after his hasty burial to make a way for her children In the world. A witness to her success In life lies In the life ot her sen, who became a most learned and distinguished American gentleman. Mrs. Oaston survived her husband 31 years, yet she never left off her mourning, and kept the anniversary of her husband's murder In fasting and prayer noussrwirx and nocsiPXiT. "She prepareth a table for me In the presence of mine enemy." generated in the medium where they were found in fact, that, like Topsy they "Just growed." Germ to Be Feared In the Home. In the first place, germs should not be feared- -a paradox, if you please. Respect them, but do not fear them A "sound mind In a sound body" I not an easy mark for germs. But germs have power to lnjuro those whose resistance is temporarily low ered by fatigue, exposure or disease as well as tbo naturally feeble and The principal germ diseases that we have to contend with In the homo are measles, diphtheria fever, scarlet whooping cough, smallpox, cholera, grip, pneumonia, tuberculosis, dysen-tary- , typhoid fever and malaria. No doubt the tlmo will come when these maladies will practically disappear from civilized communities, as Indeed may almost be said at tho present Rut earnest and time of smallpox. faithful work by medical men and by the public nre cheerful necessary to attain that end. It Is better to prevent germs from breeding and multiplying than to destroy them; nlso It is better to be germ proof yourself than to rely over much on expensive methods of destroying them. It Is fortunato that fresli air and sunlight nre health giving In tluences for humanity nnd death deal lng lnllueuces for germs. Darkness dampness, dissipation and dirt all fa vor tho growth of bacteria and ulsr lower the resistance of tho hunmi body to their action. Influence of Flies, Mosquitoes, Etc. It wus formerly supposed that flit wero useful scavengers and haruifu only from tho auuoyauce they caused buzzlug ii round one's ears. The gren discovery has been made that, llki many other destructive ageuts we havi entertained In our homes for thousand of years, tho housefly Is a herodltnrj enemy. Ho does not wlpo his feet be fore entering tho house, but often use our food as u doormat. He keeps bud company, breeds lit filth, manure, moldy paper, garbage, anything that rots, and typhoid fever germs nre his specialty. Tho housefly must go, Just as the old oakeu bucket In tbo barnyard well has goue (let us hope), and tho close, stuffy, unventllnted bedrooms und oth er long cherished or endured condl tlons that Invite poverty, crime, dls ease and death. But how shall we exterminate this pest, who doesn't Im First, destroy llevo In race suicide? Bum up all his breeding ground paper or rublisb around your farm or u cm resistant. site. In other words, tho parasite is received into the dlgestlvo tract of the mosquito and hospitably entertained and developed until It passes Into gland, from which it is In jected into tho next human that the mosquito bites. Tho mosquito must go nnd U going. Tho hospitality he has extended to tbo Plasmodium of malaria has downed him. But the "anopheles" mosquito Is the genial host nnd the ono which wo must especially seek to destroy. The common mosquito, "culex," which flies In the daytime, is harmless so far as we know. Anopheles may bo known by Its nttlttide on a flat surface hind legs and body are elevated at ah angle, whllo culex keeps tho body parallel with tho surface. Anopheles has spotted wings, culex not Anopheles bites in the early evening, culex at any time. How to Avoid Malaria. Avoid tho anopheles mosquito and you will avoid malaria. Bad air has positively nothing to do with malaria. Particularly avoid being bitten by mosquitoes In tho early evening. Screen your bouse nnd also screen your bed with netting If you live In a malarial locality. Best of all, do not let mosquitoes breed around your home. A small pall of standing water will produco thousands. I have seen countless swarms of mosquitoes on a golf course whero tho solo breeding places were a few water boxes for washing golf balls. Allow no standing water around your plnce. Screen your water barrel or cistern. Pour coal oil along the margin of swamps or slow nnlng streams. Drain all stagnant iter. Deprive tho mosquito of a r eo to breed nnd the "fever and ague" will not get you. Pneumonia, Grip, Etc. Every one fears scarlet fever, measles, whooping cough and diphtheria, for they are well known to bo commu-nicabl- e or contagious. It is not so generally known that pneumcnla Is an infectious general dlseaso with a local manifestation in the lungs. The pneumonia germ, rejoicing In several beautiful names, of which "Dlplococcus pneumoniae" Is tho most commonly used, Is rather short llved'fand easily killed by sunlight and fresh air. In tho modern treatment of pneumonia these agencies are utilized, and the patient Is treated so far as possible In the open air. Every precaution should be taken to destroy the sputum of pneumonic patients. Strong lyo Is a good disinfectant for this purpose, but burning Is better. Pcoplo in attendance on pneumonic patients should protect themselves from Infection. Home Disinfectants. IJJcat. Boiling Is tho most effective way or sterilizing doming, uanuser-chlef- s r or other articles that can be treated In this way. Useless infected articles should bo burned. Soapsuds. Ono ounco ot common soda to twelve quarts of hot soapsuds (soft soap and water) Is an excellent cleanser for floor, refrigerators, etc. Chlorldo of Lime. Powdered chlorldo of llmo Is a strong disinfectant and deodorizer. It should bare a pungent, penctratlug odor and an extremely Irritating effect on tho eyes nnd air passages, otherwise it Is inert and use- lth euso themselves from sending In BOOK DAY Dog-Ret- d; Lincoln on the Liquor Traffic Tho liquor traffic Is a cancer In society, eating out Its vitals and threat-suindestruction, and all attempt to regulate It will aggravate tho evil. There must bo no attempt to regulate the cancer; it must be eradicated, not a root must be left behind, for until this la done all classoe must continue In danger of becoming victims of strong drink, Abraham Lincoln. i g Plain Water Best. "A man finds that be enjoys best health when be abstains altogether from wine and spirits, and drinks plain water." Dr. Murchtson. DO NOT WAIT FOR THE AGENT Do A number not Walt for tho Agent. of our subscribers ex- - At the Union Church their renewals on tho plea of walt-In- g for our agent to come uround. Send or bring your unused books ONLY to tho Union church on Sunday, July Tho ngent Is, in reality, TO GET NEW SUBSUPPOSED 7th, and havo a part in tormlng tho SCRIPTIONS, but, of course, it Is nucleus of a Library tor tho uso of withall right to pay him when ho comes, thoBo who nre in a measure if payment has not already been out books. Tho Pastor will ttll you on that mado. Uut no one should wait for his coining as tho delay in making day where your unused books cau do may greatly Inconvepayment better service than merely to fill spneo and accumulate dutt on your nience tho office. Another good reason why our shelves. Send tham out to do good. friends Bhould not wait for tho ngent NEW EXTENSION WORKERS Is that if wo havo to send agents for Rev. Chas. S. Kulght of Baraboo, profits on tho parenewals, all tho tho revival per go into tho agents' pocket and Wis., who conducted subscriber shifts to tho agent Bcrvlces In Berea College last winter, tho money that could otherwise bo usod arrived In Berea, Tuesday noon, accompanied by Mr. R. W. Frulrle, his in Improving tho paper. A better way, for tho subscriber singer. They have beon engaged to do exnnd for all concerned, Is to remit by check, money order or currency tension work, and with tent, lantern, through tha mall, WATCHING THE and all other suitably equipment will soon bo ready for an extended trip payDATE LABEL to seo when thru Eastern Kentucky, ment Is duo. less. quart of dry, Milk of Lime. One freshly slacked llmo to four or tho quarts of water; useful for the same purposo as chloride ot llmo In disinfecting stnbles, drains, sewngo vaults, sinks, all places where putrefaction, foul odors or Infection may exist. Carbolic Acid Solution. Six ounces to ono gallon of water. This is, dangerous to have nrouud tho bouso and must bo used with care. Useful for wiping floor, washing utensils and pouring down drnlu when infection is feared. Formalin. Ono part of formalin to ten of water is quite ns useful and less dangerous than tho former. For disinfecting rooms uso the followlug for each thousand cubic feet of space: Plnco four ouuees of potassium crystals In a metal pall; add eight ouuees of formalin (40 per cent solutlou). Place this pall la tho middle ot tho room, which should bo left tightly closed for from five to twenty-fou- r hours. Avoid luhnllug the gas which Is quickly formed after mixing the above Ingredients. This gas does not penetrate bedding or upholstery and does' not injure metals or fabrics. It will uot destroy Insects. Two ouuees of gum camphor added to the above mixture will kill flies uud mosquitoes. To completely disinfect clothing, balding and upholstery the formalin dilution must be freely sprayed directly on these articles. J Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. many Will Morris mado a business trip to Lola Richmond, Monday, Miss Martha Mrs. Matipln Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Abe Alex ParrUh of Richmond. soino LAUREL COUNTY tlmo Is slowly Improving. Dr. Moss VIVA Richmond, Gibson was called from Vlvn, Juno 23. Mr. nnd 'Mrs. Jns, Saturday, to see Samuel Maples who was seriously cut with a knife. Ho Million, who havo been visiting in Is not expected to, live. Corn crops Knox Counly, havo returned home. Mrs. Dora Turner nnd llttlo Bon, Robno looking well. ert, havo been visiting at Corbln. OIlt.ANIMt Mr. and Mrs. R. I). Jones nnd brothOrlando, Juno 29. Mr. nnd Mrs. er, Tyn"r Johnnlo, returned from Frank Singleton of Snider visited last week whero they attended tho homo folks hero last Saturday and burial of tho llttlo sen of Mr. nnd Sunday . A social was given, WcdnfM-- j Mrs. Ed Moore, Tho llttlo son f day night, at Mr. nnd '.Mrs. F. P. Rob- '.Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Newman who has inson's. Mr. and Mis. Ambros Kadcr been sick Is bettor. Andrew Ulll wero In ML Vernon, Monday. Chns. tho nnd Tarcnco Centers, two of Mulllns Station was here, boys "Mulllns of who wero In tho railroad accio Monday, calling on tho Merchants.--Jodent, havo been brought homo and Jackson was tho guest of Miss nro getting nlong nicely. Miss Ktta Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Leila Owens, U visiting her sister, Mrs. Mng-pl- o ,t JonesRoso of Ixmlsvillc. Died, Ju"o William Scott visited relatives ICooksburg, Saturday nnd Sunday. 27th, 'Mrs. Martha Thomas. Sim was Died, tho 15th, Mr. Satu Allen. Ho laid to rest nt tho Cottonglni gravewas struck In tho head with n rock yard. Clay Mooro passed thru Vhn whero ho wns nt nt Mulllns Station last week on his way to Plkcvllb', only work nt tho rock quarry. Ho r. whero ho will bo employed for L n short tlmo after the j lived whllo. Undo Rodney Million Is very Sunday, In tho Ho wns burled, sick with n nervous troubio. Flat Rock cemt0iy. Ho will bo great, OBITUARY ly missed among his friends. Tho death angel visited the homo IHSI't'TANTA Dlsputanta, Juno 29. Thero were of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Moore, Juno 21st, j 'services nt '.Macedonia church last taking nwny their baby, Giorgio r Saturday nnd Sunday. Mrs. Abe ngo 2 years, 3 months nnd eight day. Shearer and daughter of Berrn nro Tho child was unwell for somo tlnit. visiting friends this week. Wo wive Two weeks before Its death tho Docvisited by several hall storms last tor was rolled, and nil was dono thnt week which did considerable dam- - could possibly be done. Thru nil tho has suffering not ono tlmo did the child ago to crops. R. A. Swlnford taken tho contract to build a new cry. Ho wns only n llttlo rosebud from earth to bloom in school houso on Uyper Clear Creek. plucked Wo wero very much pleased with heaven. I I'lTTHiinm tho first chapter of tho story "Frock- Pittsburg, Juno 21. Paul liechtvr les" and wish that every family cuM gavo a social, Thursday, In honor of read IL July 4, toia. 8unday. A. D. Sealo nnd wlfo Visited friends on Doo Creek, Sunday. 'Miss Doss Hammonds of Lexington visited her sister, Mrs. llculah WIN Tho improvement con, last week. club of Posey, having finished tholr houseclennlng nt home, brgau operations nt tho school building, Saturday. INLAND CIITV East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else pMlihf4 eaten fitted la (nil ty Ue wtlttr. Ite tirre Ilo an evldtece of food (ltt. Wilte pUloly. It not tor publication, bat several days visit with her friends at Hazel Patch. Miss Reynolds visited her cousin, Ollbort Dalley, Sunday. Mrs. Isaacs who has been sick for Berea Printing School Department of Berea College (The Citizen it a specimen of our work.) HEADS, tenetfe'" Here He Is Swat Him! Or, Better Yet fly from brooding by screening etabloa, keeping manure In olosod pits or bins and sprinkling It with dry plaster or siaked lime. Prevent tho Under the SwatUr't Banner. Of courso It isn't plcnsant to think of flies trailing their contaminated wings oyer your food, but you can't mako .war with rosewntcr, and civilization has declared war on the fly. Therefore you must think of these things. If the pest Is to be exterminated It TVNKH must be in tho homo, and every houseTyner, Juno 30. Ilcv. Nathan Cul-to- n and wife must become a crusader of Richmond ha3 been visiting march under tho sign of tho swatter. his daughter, Mrs. Mattlo Jones, at When that Instrument of man's and enlightenment shall bang Flat Lick. Born to Mr. and Mrs. over every mantel In tho land even J. C. Miller, a boy, also to Mr. ami displacing the crayon portrait of grand- Mrs. J. II. (Moore, a girl, on the 27th. father. If necessary then, and not till J. H. Mooro swapped his two tracts then, tho fly's epitaph will be written. of land and his water grist mill to you In hoc slgno vlnces (by this sign Undo Alfred Johnston for his farm shall conquer.) New Vork. Times, Juno at Olln. Clay Mooro Is working for 5, J011. a timber company in Tennessee. Departed this life tho 22nd, llttlo Georgo F. son of Mr. nnd '.Mrs. E. C. Mooro. Ho was burled in A HOMEMADE FLY POISON. tho Tyner cemetery. Ileat together the yolk of one PIUTKTT cupful sweet milk, egg. Privett, July 1 Tho Hev. Culton one level tabtespoonful of sugar of Richmond pr. ached at Flat Lick and a level tenspoonful of black pepper. Put on plates and set, last Thursday and Friday. A. J. whero flies abound. After a few Cook is vory sick with stomach hours, says Emma P. Telford, trouble. Tho King's daughters met you will find tho floor covered at the church nt Gray Hawk last with dead or stunned flies. Sweep Wodnesday and spent tho day In up and burn. quilting. Thoy all enjoyed a nice dinner. There were seveial new members added to th-lcircle. Emery JACKSON COUNTY Robertson's baby has been very sick but Is Improving some. W. D. Golden FOR COUNTY SUPT. OF JACKnnd Company are buying land in thl3 SON COUNTY vicinity at $10 per acre. Several Kerby Knob, Ky., June 38, 1912. are selling their land. Miss Sudle now no unusual thing for wo- Hays of Gray It Is Hawk entertained a men to servo as County Superintennumber of young folks at dents, and in other high educational last Saturday nlghL Eva her homo Peters will positions. A number of counties of leave, tho 7th, for Owsley County, this stato have secured notable- ser- whero sho will begin her school tho vice from their women superintendSth. John Farmer of Berea was callents, for example: ing on tho merchants In this vlcln-it- y Cora Wilson Stewart has won natilast weok. onal farao by her very eftlclent ser-vlCAItICO as superintendent of Itowuu Carlco, Juno 24. Leo TJncher Is County schools. vory sick with typhoid fever. Mrs. The great schools of Chicago are Flora Colo of Franklin, Ohio, Is visFlagg iting her mother, ably managed by .Mrs. Ella Mrs. Cosby Cols, Young. hero this week. The Messrs. Orbln Mary Lyon, llko tho undersigned, Smith, W. H. Roberts, Mrs. Lllllo was a poor mountain girl. Sho strugSmith and Ora Roberts attended tho gled against great odds to securu meeting at Lite. They report a fine an education but succeeded and meeting. Eight wero baptized. Thero tho founder of ML Holyoke will be meeting at Flat Top church, Seminary which mado posslblo for conducted by Rev. James Lunsford, tho first tlino in tho history of tho beginning tho 22nd of July and will world u general, liberal education for contlnuo until July 23th. Bora to girls. 'Mr. Robert Sumers nnd wife, a fino Having taught In tho public schooU girl. Her namo is Rhoda. School beat gins at Old Bend tho Sth of July. of Jackson County seven years, Uurnlng Springs in Clay County eight -- Born to Mrs. Olllo Angel, a flue months and In tho Foundation Schools boy. His namo Is James Russel. of Berea College, two terms, I feel num. BY that I could servo my county efficient Hurloy, Juno 29. Thero was a ly In the office of Superintendent. great hall ctorm horo last Friday, So, in responBo to many requests, the 21st. It did much damage. Geo. 1 hereby announce my candidacy for G'abbard bought a fino six year old tho offlco of County Superintendent korso from Conrad Sparks for $123. of Schools of Jackson County, and I Wm. Gabbard was here, Wednesday, ask all friends of education to fall buying sheep. Mrs. Martha Gabbard in Una and unite Irrespective of party Is slowly Improving. Crops nro look-lu- g a in my support, thus securing fine. Most all tho farmers uro Superintendent of Schools, who U now laying by their corn. Sunday a promoter of education rather than School Is progressing nicely. Mc-crone-thlrr co be-ca- Juno 16th. Ills namo Is George- Wanj- ioy. L4ist sunuay was our regular church day and dedication of tho new church hero. There was a largo crowd prcsciiL Mro. Aimer Watts and Mrs. Salllo Hakcr and a"" Mr. Tharpo of llcrca wero tho guests of K. I, Halo last Sunday. 'Miss Grnco Parks of Whites Station spent last wtok with her slcter. J. A. Parks attended church hero, Sunday. Miss Mary Sparks will tench tho school at this placo this year, Doss Parsons and children of Alcorn visited tho former's slcter, Mrs. Salllo Fowler, last Saturday and Sunday. John Mobley of this neighborhood got his houso and all his household goods turned last Monday. CI. M. Dcnge sfld his cattlo to Sherman Hurley for $91 and Is wanting to buy n good cow. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Klmber-lal- n visited at W. It. Ilctiges' last Wednesday, Mlso T.Incda Todd and drughtor, Ora, of Dulttth attended church hero last Sunday. Mll.llltKIt OBITUARY Sir. I'reston Dunlgan, aged 31 years, died last Thursday, Juno 27th, nt about eleven o'clock. Tho cnuso of his death was stomach trouble, with which ho has been afflicted for moro than 15 years. Ho was tho son of Thos. Dunlgnn. Altho Preston had never belonged to any church, yet, from tho noble life ho has lived, wo nro suro his soul Is now nt rest with his mother who died only ono year ago and his sister who died four months ago. - growing Island City, Juno crops nro looking prosperous In thin pnrL Somo thief broko Into tho smoko houso of Mrs. Martha Mnys and took somo meat ono night last veck R. R. Potera Is out buying tat-tllitis week. Jess St. John was fined $75 nnd 10 days In Jail for shooting on tho public highway and Is now In Boonovillo Jnll. Miss Fannlo Plor-i- a of Jackson County visited friends 27,-T- ho HANDBILLS, LETTER. REPORTS, SERMONS AND BOOKS IN THE BEST CARDS, MANNER, PRICES, Your AND AT LOWEST PRINTS o, hero I nccl-4den- nnd Gentry captured three moonCALL AT THE OFFICE OR SEND shiners this week. They wero taken to OltDEBS nY MAIL. YOU WILL GET to llenttyvlllo, tried nnd held SATISFACTION. TERMS CASH. ADJackson Federal Courts F. I. has Juut returned from nit DRESS Miss extended trip to Ixiulsvillo. Evn Chadwell will teach this your School at Hrvoksldo, Wm. Mays and U. J. Bonttyvllb'. Gentry kit, Friday, for BEREA, KY. m a few days ago. Murshalls Grlf-fct- h patronago is asked to help studonts, and to Iniurt your getting your monoy's worth. Berea Printing D. A. Campbell nnd wlfo left,Tu"s-da- y, to visit relatives nt Ileuttyvllle. H. C. Fuller, a lumberman from Flnley, Ohio, Is hero grndlug his lumber. J. T. Gentry of West Mrglnln Is visiting his parents and relatives In tills neighborhood. DUTIES OF SHERIFFS Tho sheriff of Chemung County, N. Y., having foiled to jerform his In tho matter of enforcing tho H Mkfla... M m . i mi duty To those who have children to educate and wlih to reside In Derea for longer or shorter time to enjoy Iti :$( ! w I' ' ' FIGHTING BL OOD OF 1912 asasasasB jasasasaB, , as ft 36S 4S Mil Ha, llllllllllt. lL BhIKE "'i law educational advantages, the College concerning basoball games on Sunday, - j has a number of houtei, large end tho Governor waa petitioned to reI movo tho sheriff, which ho was fully email, tome of them partly furnished, empowerd to do. But tho rhirllf to rent on reaionable terms. Addren claimed that ho ncted under tho attorney of his of tho district tuuty, and that ho could not net In tho matter of Sunday violation uuless THE COLLEGE TREASURER on a warrant Issued on complaint of accepts somo citizen. Tho Governor BEREA, KY. tho excuso of tho sheriff, becauso j acted under tho ndvico of a lawyer, but ho cited the decision of courts on tho questions Involved, and showed that it Is not tho province of tho sheriff to wait until complaint is mado or a warrant Issued. Neither should ho allow a lawyer to stand between him and his duty. Tho Governor makes It clear that, whllo la Nurse Training School of excuses tho sheriff In tho present Instance, tho latter need not expect Berea College leniency In tho future, And whnt ho 'Lays to tho shorlff of Chemung CounHAS DEST OPERATINQ ROOM ty ought to be. a wnrnlng to the AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES 'sheriffs of other counties. Governor ! ml-vlh-- THE Berea Hospital Hughes. UNITED STATES NEWS Coutliiuntfram I'lttt I'lgr FOR CARE OF A LIMITED NUMDER OF PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREAT MENT OltEATLY INCIIEASES PROS PECTS OF RECOVERY. lug over tho field since tho conven tion In soarih for a sultablu campaign manager for President Tuft. tho pre- Hopresentattvo McKlnley. convention malinger, wns talked cf but ho di'S not want tho Job, ami Secretary Ullles seems to bo coming Into prominence in that lonnectlon. Tho President Is raid to favor him. OUT STARVED Tho Tariff Hoard, provision for which was nbout thu only redeemTarh ing feature of thu iff, which haa boon in oiMratlon for two yours and dono much useful work, quit work Saturday. Tho IJonrd still holds nu oxlsteuco but can do nothing owing to thu failure of Congress to mako appropriation for Its Payne-Aidrlc- Rntes Ono Dollar a day and up. Dond for prompt paymont required. For further particulars address j THE BEREA HOSPITAL BEREA, KY. My daddy charged on San Juan Hill, My grandad dUd My mother ain't afraid of tnakaa, Ktr bark In' dogt I eome from patrlotlo stock Brlnir on your great big grlccly bea An watch me alay the critter I An' on the Fourth. I'm braver etlll Why. I couM whip a lion When I have got thli dear old flag Above my shoulder flyln'l President, today If you need men of action, Juat aeod for Little Willie Jones To get you aatlafactlont Co. Mr. That navor knew a quitter GABBARD COUNTY l'AINT LICK. Garrard Paint Lick. Paint Lick, Juno 23. Mrs. Lena Smith and children wero tho guests of her pareuts, Mr. nnd (Mrs. W. P. Rogers, last Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrc. 0. 11. Gabbard wero tho guests of Wm. Champ und family last Sunday. Mrs. Ann Pointer from Indiana Is visiting friends In this neighborhood. ?.lrs. Lon Stcwo and children spent last Saturday with her brother, Willie Rogers. Mrs. Elizabeth McCollum is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Miller nt !Mt. Vernon, this weok. Mr. and Mrs. Rob Ponder aro rejoicing over tho arrival of a baby boy at their hemo. School will begin nt Wallace-tu- n Ida business. Tho Holiness people aro next Monday with Miss looking having a revival. Tho nicotines being Hurt as teacher. Crops aro held at private homos. fino in this vicinity and every ono nlco gardens. ccems to havo OWSLEYCOUNTY birthday, lco cren.n his twenty-firs- t end cako wero served and all a pleasant time. Thu East Pittsburg Sunday School Is planning to havo an entertainment on tho third Sunday In July. A nlco tlmo is expected. '.Mrs. Flora McKInney of Coalmont Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Juno Oukst, of this place. Rev. 1). II. Colo filled his appointment at Old Liberty, Saturday and Sunday. Tho church members decorated tin) rravos of deceased friends and relatives at tho Pittsburg cemetery tho Auzalo Johnson has moved 14th. back Into our vicinity. Mr. and Mis. J. R. Adams visited their son, Wm. Adams, at Wofford, Saturday. Horn to 'Mrs. Tom Rundy, a fino boy. j. V. Hammous has quit tho grocery MADISQN COUNTY KINOttTON Kingston, July 1, Mrs. Urack Mau-Pi- n Is vory sick. "MIes Jcsslo Young .1I.4.IOII a politician. Anna Powell. ANNOUNCEMENT Wo, aro authorized to annou&co Mr. James F. Hays (son of Uncle Dick) of Olln, Ky., as a prospective candidate for sheriff of Jackson County, primary in b'foro tho Republican August 1913. UCGH. Hugh, July 1. Tho case between Tom Click and 11. I. Hale bore, Saturday, resulted In a comprotnlso without costing cither party vory much. (Mr. and Mrs. II, I. Halo are tho proud parents of a fine boy, born ROCKCASTLE COUNTT WILDIE Wildle, July 2. Mr. and Mrs. Kcu-nSmith of Hlatt, visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Jessa Proctor, Sunday. Mrs. Gilbert Dally has typhoid fever. 'Miss Ella Nash of Bereu Is Visiting friends at this plcao. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Allen Burdetto, a fino boy. Allen Hlatt of Drodhead visited his many friends at Wlldlo last week. Mrs. W. A. Coffey Is on tho sick list. .Mr. and (Mrs. W. W. Coffey visited their son, Sam, at Dlsputanta, lust week. Mrs. Chaa. Parsons returned to her home, Friday, after el spent last week with her uncle, T. J. Coylo of Berea. Miss Voma Parks visited relatives In Richmond the first of tho wojk. Mrs. Rachel Coffleld ol Lexington Is spending this week with her mother, Mrs. U. 11. Boon. Tho Misses Uesslo and Mattlo Hidden of Lexington aro visiting Mrs. Julia Maupln this week. Miss Suda Powell spent last week with her brother, L. C. Powell, of Dig Hill. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Coir spent Saturday and Sunday with tho latter'B sister, Mrs. Lewis Sandlln. Mr. and Mrs. (Major, Juno 21. Joo Smith bought a nlco drovo Of sheep at this place, Saturday. The flvu Mlsbes Sealo visited at W. 11. Ca wood's, Sunday, They reported a pleasant visit. wero Lester and Wlnnlo Rowland tho guests of Miss Wlnnlo Flaucry, Sunday. Tho Rov. Absten held services ut tho homo of Martin Wilson, Sunday evening. Georgo Harvey and J, a. Rowland took their mules out for an ulrlng yesterday. Hubert Wilson, our hustling drummer, finds homo a dear spot to him and usually every r.eta In by Saturday night of week. L. L. Roberts and family visited at tho homo of Frank Hacker, cut nttended school. Thu highest attendance li known In tho stntes of Vermont and Massachusetts where 92.9 per cent woro enrolled. In Ken tucky tho enrollment was "- tent. Tho lowest attendance U in Louisiana CO per cnt. Theso figures, compared with thoso work. Tho Democratic party It would seem Issued la 1910, show an Increased atIs willing to bear tho burden of Its tendance In all parts of tho country. Inoporatlon, not wanting, of cours-- , TRAGEDIES IN THE AIR nny definite knowledgo upon whlrh Van I man and his crew who wero to base n tariff, iguoninco and contesting their huge dirigible hnlooi), fusion as to schedules being, as al- "Akron," at Atlautlo City preparaways, Its chief ascot, nnd especitory to an attempt to cross tho At ally when presidential campaigns aro lautlc, nil loit their liven, Tuesday, to ly) won on a tariff Uaue. In tho sight of an tmmonsi) throntr, when thu huge gas bag exploded, FAILURE OF CONGKESS Congress has plenty of tlmo to enveloping tho car In flumes and thou act ns city council for tho city of dashing It half a mile through tho Washington and determine what air nnd Into tho wnter, Vanlmau wob Wellmnn's engineer streets shall bu paved and how; uud plenty of tlmo to discuss prlvatu on thu "America'' in tho attempt to pension bills. Inasmuch ns each cross tho Atlantic In 1910. On 'Monday Miss Harriet Qultuby, ono of thesu means a good many votes for' somo particular congress- thu first woman to havo au uviator'u man or greater popularity for ono HcenBO nmi tho first to cross thu Engor moru senators, to say nothing of lish Channel In nn aeroplane, was tho influenio of alt such bills upon killed with a passenger, her monotho success of tho party In general. plane fnlllng from a height of a Rut whllo thoro has been plenty of thousand feet In Dorchester Hay. tlmo for theso uffnlts, tho appropriation bills havo not yet been passed CALL FOR BIDS und no money Is provided for the payment of tho expenses of Plans and specifications for tho tho Government after tho first of July. new consolidated nchool building nt This Is duo la a largo measure to Palut Lick may bo seen at tho Countho sly gumo of tho Hiieo in attach- ty Clerk's offlco at Lancaster or tho ing a rider to tho Sundry Civil bill, People's Hank at Paint Lick. tegulatlng tho appointment of army Rids will bo received for tho erecofficers which forced tho Preeldent'n tion of this building until July Cth veto, tho rldor being a cplto mens-ur- o by tho County Superintendent, J. aimed against tho promotion o Hlgglns, Lancaster, Ky, per ir "Major General A Wood. FARM FOR SCHOOL ATTENDANCE SALE bulletin has been Issued by tho Census Department which gives valuable data as to school attendance thruout tho Uulon, Tho total mini-le- r of per so n b within school ago In tho United States In 1UI0 was 27,500,599. Of theso 17,300,202 or C2J SCV4 acres of land for sale In Garrard County, near Wallaccton, Ky., will sell for J55 per aero and give possession Jan. 1, 1913. This Is a great bargain. D. N. Welch, Derea, Ky.