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The Citizen .BEKEA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 11, 1012 Knowledge way to keep op with miiii? knowledge is to read a gee newspaper. wk- - lMi Vol. XIV. One Dollar a year. No. 2 WHAT SHOULD POLITICS BE? YOU MAKE A CLEAN CUT SAVING By buying your clothing and furnishings nt this store. We are receiving the most substantial encouragement in return for our efforts to serve people with the best that money can buy, at the smallest 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 seasonable offerings. Not a scramblo for office Not a fight between rivals. Not a game to amuno the public. Thin year tlioro aro strong tendencies toward all these abusea of politics. In particular it ia moat painful to notice how fierce, are the attempts to abuso and misrepresent opponents and to impugn The patriotic voter and we hope you, my dear character. render, aro one must be on his guard againat black campaign lies. Listen to arguments and reaaona, but do not believo for ono moment the false reports about tho personal character of tho great men rrho aro prominently before the public. A patriotic politician, who in trying to make the government bet. tcr, is sure to be assailed by slander, as was Judge Lindsloy at Denver. We shall do wrong if we nllow men who have benefited the country as much as Taft and Roosevelt have done to bo misrepresent, ed and abused. They may differ as to whnt ia best for the country, and wo must follow the one we think is the wisest and best; but we do not need to abuse the other. We are glad there are so many good and great men. Politics should be a study of the public welfare. per-aonal Oliver Cultivators Simplest and even to Best-Guara- nteed the color of the paint CALLING A HALT Good citizens will nlwaya respect an office if not the man who holds the office. And good newspapers are under even greater obligations. President Taft nnd the Post Office Deparment may be mistaken as to the connection of the Post Master at London with the London Echo, nnd for aught we know, may bavo dismissed Mr. McIIargue from office without taking time for thorough investigation of his alleged responsibility for certain slanderous and vilifying editorials in CHRISMAN'S 'THE FURNITURE MAN SETT.. R. R. BEREA, COYLE KENTUCKY that paper. But thia ia not the point we care to dwell upon until it is shown to bo a point. The matter that concerns us is the license that is used under tho guise of personal freedom und freedom of the press to berate everybody and anybody and especially public officials because thoy do not happen to think an any particular writer thinks, belong to his particular party and do not prove amenable to the ad-- " vice of his particular friends. It ia grently to be regretted that the campaign in tho Republican party lent itself to this kind of thing and encouraged every one who ia inclined to be loose in speech to abandon all reserve. Dut the blame certainly cannot be laid upon Mr. Taft 'and his supporters, as they were not the originators of this species of campaigning, neither were thoy the aggressors. It !h doubtful if we shall recover from the effects of the 1012 Republican contest for many years possibly not until it has borne its fruit in another assassination of our chief executive, for that is its legitimate fruit, the willful assassins of charactor being not as far removed from the Guiteaus and Czolgoszes . its tha East ia from tho West. , If President Taft can call a halt to thia willful disregard of the decencies of public speech, by saying,, to a member of his administration, "while I would bear your abuse, however vile, if it is simply personal, I must call a halt for the sake of the office which I represent," ho will have done a notable service to the country. both interesting and profitable. There Is something good In the Homo Course in Health Article this Several now men have been elect week. Head it and bo prepared for ed to position on tho Board of Trusaccidents. tees f Berca College. Wo have had many requests .for Augustus E. Wlllson the address of Dr. Warren H. Wilwas electeed at a special mectinG given In Berea more than a last November and attended for the son, ago. It will bo found this New month first tlmo nt Commencement. week beginning on jiago 3. No trustees Just elected are: Wm. D. Embrco, Esq., of New York ono should fail to read it do more than read It, study it and profit by City, grandgraduate NEW TRUSTEES OF BEREA coal and lumber dealer of Wasloto, tubscrlbe. For other regular features and Bomo Ky. nev. Carl T. Michel, of Harlan, Ky., unusual, consult the Tablo of a graduate of Center College and its suggestions. son of FnUier Fee. Our great story, "Freckles," Is Prof. Elmer A. Lyman, of Michigan creating Interest. It is not too lato State Normal College at Ypsllantl, begin It. Let every subscriber author of a series of Mathematical to rend It and lean the paper to hl3 neighbors, or better, Induce them to n Hon. Thoa Asher, the tf.xl-book- e. a of Ilerea, and J. well-know- Princeton University. HUNT THEM UP First thing to read date label- your Photo copyright by American Press Association. W00DR0W WILSON. this woek a new feat teachers' department under tho editorship of Prof. Lewis. It will bo found on pago 3 and wo nre suro not only tho teachers but nil leaders of The Citizen will find it urea Wo begin Then, to make us glad, send in renewal, if yours is any date before 15 July '12 UNITED STATES NEWS IN OURJM STATE & by Moflett studio. PRESIDENT WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT. Berea School of Roofing EXTENSION Begins in August. It will take in the principal towns in Eastern Kentucky Jackson, Hyden, Hazard, Whites-burJenkins, Harlan, Manchester, Hindman. Anybody wanting to know more about Steel Roofing should address g, CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE PAGE FIRST WORLDJEWS "Usanlan" Athletes Getting Blue RibbonsRebels on the Run England Welcomes Borden Bubonic Plague In Porto Rico and Cuba Earth Upheaval on Alaskan Coast May Change Climate. WINNING THE ULUE HIP.HONS Tlio Olympic games aro now on Stockholm, Sweden, uud Uiu Amerl-ca- editorials World News Kentucky News New Trustees of Uorcn PAGE TWO. Third forty Convention Called World News (cont.) PAGE THUEE ,t u Temperance Homo Course In Health Culture. Our Teachers' Department PAOE FOUR Local Nowb PAGE FIVE Home Town Helps. Kocky 'Mountain Scene PAOE SIX Serial Story. PAGE SEVEN Intensive Farming Sermon PAGE EIGHT Eastern Kentucky CorregjondeDce athletes aro representing their any country well, being ahead o( other nation at present by about i!C jiolntH and blddlnK fair to bo further In the lead when tho great International meet ends. England Is criticising our fellows for boasting too much, but It Is greatly to bo hoped that tho criticism la untrue. The win-nudo not need to boast only tho weak and Inefficient. HEIIELS ON THE HUN The Rebel forces In Mexico have met with a scries of defeats during the week, Generat Huerta, the Fed-urrs al HENRY LENGFELLNER HYDEN, KY. (After this week) We will be working at the Court House at Hyden for part of August. Commander, overcoming Swat tho Fly them Coutltiucd fiom page two Collision at Sea Impeachment Like Noted Louisville Teacher Resigns ly for Archbald Prohibitionists Kentucky Philanthropist Dead Want to Be Called Progressives Prodigal Returns Supt. Cassidy Insubordination In the Treasury Offers Teachers a Code London Law to Regulate Presidential PriPost Master Dismissed. maries Two Disastrous Railroad NOl'ED PRINCIPAL RESIGNS Wrecks-Forty-EStars on the Prof. R. P. Halleck, for more thau Flag Lorimer May Yet Be Forced twenty-nln- o years connected with Out. tho Louisville "Malo High School, for WAHSHIP STItUCK UY STEAMER Tho Fall Hlver Lino steamer, most of tho tlmo Principal, has offered his resignation. I'rof. Halleck Commonwealth," with a thousand passengers on board, ran Into the bat- Is on his way to Europe to rest and gives as his reason for severing his tleship "Now Hampshire" off Now- !ort, II. I., In a dsnso fog, Sunday cohectlon with Uie Louisville Schoal that ho needs more Uiue to devote morning. Tho bow of tho "Common wealth" was crushed In and only tho to literature. Ho has been ono of tho most popular educators In the state prompt working of tho water-tigand Is loved almost as a father by compartments caved tho ship foiu many boys who have graduated under sinking. Immediately after U10 collihim. sion tho wireless operator sunt out tho S. O. S. which was caught up by JAMES a. SPEED DIES twenty destroyers Mr. James 13. Speed, Louisville's four battle3hlp.-- , and two or three crulcers, all of millionaire philanthropist, died at which were ready at a moment's Rockland, 'Maino, the 7th, or heart notice to go to' the rescue of the disease. Ho bad beeu sick for about passengers on tho "Commonwealth" three weeks. If It had been necessary, Mr. Speed served as a prlvato ia The boata of the "Now Hampshire' tho Civil War. Shortly nfter tho war were also manned for tho rescuo ho engaged in the cement business but It was soou found that Uie steam lu Louisville, and a little later In tho er could go under its own steam coal business, Uie two sourcoa of his back to port. lortuue. His chief benefactions were Tho "New Hampshire" had her tho donation of tho Lincoln Statue stem cut through above tho protect to the state last year and the foundive deck, both gun and berth decks ing of fou- - departmental schools In being smashed and the captain's Louisville. Ho was also a contribucabin wrecked. No Uvea were lost tor to the Hcrca Adjustment fund. lght I ht Continued cnPtgt Two (Ccotluucd CD fjc Two) t Page Two. THE CITIZEN THIRD PARTY CONVENTION CALLED TRAINING GUNS ON that Canada will help foot tho bills. PLAGUE SCARE WILSON Several cases of Bubonic plague linvo been discovered In. Porto Rico, Do Not Love Him So Well Now but tho health authorities seems to be In control of tho situation, July 0, Washington, D. C, nnd Cuba, however, havo been llepubllcnn Press of tho counThe greatly excited during tho last few try Is not nearly no favornblo to tho days owing to boiiio suspected c;ib?s of Gov. Woodrow Wilson n3 United In tho Cuban capital. Tho It appeared to be before his noml- States health authorities nro adoptnation. Already ho Is coming In for j ing protective measures, nnd theru considerable criticism nnci foiuu mimi Is but llttlo fear of tho Introduction uncomplimentary epithets nro beInto the Unlt.vl of tho scourge ing used, ills chief offensu seems States. he wns for quit" a while to bo that ALASKAN COAST RISES a school teacher and College PresiOwing to ssrlcus volcanic disturbdent. Those who favor tho election ances accompanM by heavy o to tho Presidency, of n politician shocks during tho last month, )too whether ho bo Mr. Taft or Mr. tho Alasknn. Const Is Haiti to bo lifttelt, nro beginning to think that it ed considerably, nnd tho process of a disgrace to eluvato would lie a rising Is continuing. College President to thnt ploce, and It Is predicted thnt Bering Strait, soon bo confirmed In their conwill between tho Arctic campaign tho connection viction, of course, ns tho nnd Pacific Oceans, may bo ierma-ncntl- y advances. closed, aud that the climate to An effort Is also being mndo was of Alaskn may bo changed by the Hhow that whllo Gov. Wilson shifting of the sen bottom so aa to nominated In opposition to tho bosses, rhango tho course of the ocean welcomed them bnck Into ho lias Is current. In caso Bering Strait to tho gnmo nnd will allow them closed, or appreciably affected, theremnnago his campaign. by checking tho flow of tho nils Is nil a part of tho political current, climatic conditions InArctic nil game and tho disgusting pnrt. of tho north Pnclflc region will be Meanwhile, tho Governor announces greatly changed. (hat the high cost of living nnd tariff leform will bo tho chief campaign IsUNITED STATES NEWS sues. Contlnunl from I'lut Page SANE 4TH AT BEREA either on the balttcchlp or patssengnr REPUBLICANS Ha-vnearth-Qtiak- luly FRED DENNETT ii, 9'2' FAIR The Citizen A BLUE Seventh GRASS right, Dixon's Horn Toots Loud Dack to Chicago. Now York, July 7. l Ilrcn. Ky. I'nliliKhnl every Tluirwlnjf Tito Iloosevclt movement Is beginBEREA PUBLISHING CO. ning to nssumo definite shape, it (f uroriMiriitril) call having been Issued today by J. p. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. Senator Dixon, who headed tho camfamily newspaper for ill that true and Interesting. I I Annual Exhibition Mon. Opens At Lexington, day, August 12th. J CONTINUES FOR SIX DAYS Subscription Ratos I'AVAM.K IN ADVANCK Ji on One Ver Six Month Three Mentha .... ": . . AS Kejid money liy Money or Hiire Onler, linitt. Krgllcml Letter, or one ami two cent tamrn The ilate after jour name on laliel how to what itate your miWrlptlon l ixiM H It l not chanetil within thice neeW after renewal notify n. Mining number will le gladly uillcl If we are nollfieil. for new utwcrltloni I'lne Premium enll for rremitim I,lt atnl prompt iiiewal. Libera! term elen to anv who obtain new MiWrlption for n. Any one ciuline u four j early iilicriplloiu can receive The Citdeii free lorhrtnelf for one year Admtloliig ratraon application. i ntn MFMRF.H OF paign of '.Mr. Roosevelt In opposition to tho President, for a mooting cf nil progrcsslveo In a national convention at Chicago, Aug. 6tu. Territories nro not invited to partic ipate slnco they have- no electortal vote, but strange to say, dolegntca nro sought from tho "rotten states in tho South. Tha call is signed by rcprcsenta- tlvcs of 40 of tho JS states, Maine, Delaware, Noith Carolina, Arkansas, Nevada, Mississippi ond South Carolina nnd Idaho not being represented. Kentucky is roprJscntcd by Leslie Combs. Tho call Is to all without regard to past political differences: First, who believe that both great poopla: parties have betiayed tho Second, who bellevo tho tlmo has come for n natlcnal progressive movelor-cug- h" Bigger and Better Than Ever This Year Numeroui Attraction!, Inelud-InInnea' Great Orchestral Dand, the Greater Parker Shows and Olg Free Attractions. g Mr. Dennett, commissioner of the general land office, and hie little army sf employrt participated recently In the celebration of the centenary of the land office. I'uys. Friends of tho Senator nro mid not to bo hopeful cf the result. TO MANAGE CAMPAIGN Tho President's Secretary, Chas. B. Hllles, has been finally prevailJob ed upon to tako tho difficult of tho management of the Presidential campaign. Mr. Hllles Is n man Bplendldly equipped for the place cf ulthough without a great deul experience. He is capable and ener-KUtl- c. ' KK.VTVCKV PKKSS ASSOCIATION. NUGGETS The devil loves tho man whoso mulo has a better time than his wife. One. reason why there are not inoro pood boys is becauso good fathers nro so scarce. Tho kind of religion that tells In tho long run Is tho kind that never howls and growls because thcro Is no pudding on wash day. Loafing Is cot rest, How easy it Is for a lazy man to provo that luck is agalust him. No rich man was ever happy unless he used a part of his money to mako others go. "Whate'er the caro that breaks thy rest, Whate'er tho wish that swells thy breast, Spread before God that wish, that care, And change anxiety to prayer." The Lord is tho strength of my life; of whom shall 1 be afraid. David. ment: Third, who bellevo in the right pnd capacity of the people to rule. Fourth, who believe that government by tho few tends to becomo atuK has becomo government by the Interests. Fifth, who believe that only thru such a movement can such national and stato l?glslation bo secured ns improved industrial evolution Sixth, who believe that only wholesome party government can bo separty managecured by wholesome Tho slogan of the convention Is to bo "Thou shalt not stent" which, and of course, no one will decry all will favor. But It should bo so rerd and so applied as to mean "Wo u fchall not steal even if wo get chanco" as well as "Thou thalt not steal from us." In tho list of names signatory to the call, tho most prominent supin tho porters of the Chicago Convention, such as Senator Gov. Hadley, Gov. Denecn, Horah, Gov. Aldrich of Neb., Gov. Glasscock all of West Va. and Gov. Osborne, aio wanting, the latter, however, having declared himself for Wood-roWilson. From the above list it I3 evident there has been a great falling olf but slnco the Chicago Convention, Itself tho new movement comforts by the hope that two will be gained where one has been lost. It is a good movement If it is honest, but to begin with It meets the opposition of true progressives, w steamer. There was not much nolso in Bo-rduring tho 4th, but tho day was observed In a quiet manner. Tho stars and stripes were exhibited ut many homes and many small group picnics nnd games wero tho order of tho day. The Uaptist Sunday, School visited Slato Lick nnd celebrated tho day In delightful fashion of course, safo and sane. It is pleasing to bo able to repo.-- t a. that there were no accidents In ea Be-re- ment. WORLD NEWS Continued from Pint Page "Failure is not tho worst thing In the world; tho worst thing is not to try." "Do but faithful, that is all. Go right on, and closo behind theo There shall follow still and find theo, help, sure help." Look not mournfully into the past. It comes not back again. Wisely improve tho present. It Js thine. and driving them rapidly from one place to anoftier, forcing them to abandon Chihuahua, which has been a kind of Rebel Capital. tSo hopo of tho Revolutionists now is to reach tho Pacific Coast towns and get into communication with foreign governments so as to procure arms and ammunition. Their cause ceems to be a hopeless one and Justly so. It is predicted that tho movement will only continue in tho diluted form of guerilla warfare-- , which, nevertheless, is hard to stamp out. ENGLAND WELCOMES DIAN PREMIER Borden, is being lionized CANA- Go forth to meet tho shadowy fu-tu- ro Without fear and with a manly heart. Longfellow From tho German. HER GREAT LOVE. Lord do so to me and mora also If aught but death part thee and me." If It Is dltncult to chooso between a thousand stories of heroism in that night when the Titanic went down, one Btory stand? out graphic and luminous, tho story of the great love of the wife of Isldor Straus, the New York philan- 'The thropist. She refused to save her life, preferring to die with the husband of her youth. She was urged to go. Almost they compelled her to go. Her husband, who had chosen a manly death for himself and who spurned all offers of safety so long as women and children remained, added his pleadings, begging Mrs. Straus in the namo of their children and grandchildren to go to tho Senator it Senator LaFollette and Cummins are to be called progressives, Senator LaFollette loudly demanding that Mr. Roosevelt publish his campaign expense account and Senator Cummins Justifying himself for not falling Into tho movement by the statement that bosses will bo found in all parties, and it is more incumbent upon him to fight the bosses of the Republican party than to Join tho now movement and give nay to tho bosses in the one and provide for them In the other. WHERE GIRLS SHOULD START The Canadian Premier, Robert L. In Eng- land this week. Borden waB elected by the Liberal forces in Canada, takto ing advantage of the opposition reciprocity with tho United States. England He bids for popularity in by his announcement in favor of u greater British navy, tho hopo thereby springing up in English hearts COMMANDER WHITE boats. She clung to her husband. Had tbey not come down the years together, sharing each other's sorrows and joys? And sho loved him now no less than In the days of their plighted troth. She was bound to him by tender tics that even death could not loosen. Ho was her lover. Together they had come thus fur; together they would go. And she refused oil aid. Think what this woman did. If she would leaTO her husband to his certain fate, ahead of her stretched out yonrs of ease and comfort In her old age. Ahead of her If she would go were the love and caro of bcr children, tho prat-tl- o of grandchildren, peaceful years. Closo at hand was horrid death. And this delicalo woman deliberately disdained tho offer of tho years. If Ufo "meant separation from her other self sho passionately choso death. And bo, with bcr arms about her beloved, she gladly went down with him. Only one picture? Yes, but among all which the world will love to remember of that time that tried men's souls and tho souls of women will bo that radiant, appealing I receive many letters from girls who seem to have one paramount problem, how to earn a living. The multltudo of them want city life, although few have a special training to fit for it. When a girl asks for counsel thoro is only one brand of advlco to otfor. First let her make a beglnulng In her own community. No matter how small her town is, there is sure to be a little store where she can get borne idea of business. A year tr two spent in waiting on customers, (n making change and caring for bills rubs off considerable of tho rawness which is a handicap in the city. She can qualify as a stenographer in the office of some country lawyer or village factory. Sho can learn telegraphy or telephone work, millinery, bookkeeping, library work or Journalism. Tho superintendent of schoolB In a largo city tells mo that Kmo Commander W. W. White, U. 8. N., of bis best teachers were girls who retired, hat been engaged In the difbad taught for several terms in coun- ficult task of reconstructing the navy try schools. They were healthier, of Haytl. loss frazzled of nerve, and had moro d girls. endurance than tho 60 YEARS' A city hospital recruits, when posEXPERIENCE been sible, from nurses who havo trained in a vlllago hospital. A Now York physician declares ho prefers a picture silhouetted against that dark eoiiUliy-bre- d nurse to the woman who night of terror, tho picture of tho great has never been out of a city. As a own, hearted woman who, loving her ru'e she bas a steadier head, steadloved htm to tho end. Ha-bDCSIONB Oh, weary, sated woman; oh, listless ier Land and steadier nerves. Copyright Ac Gordon Curtis In "Success husband, crying out in your complainAnyone tending a eketrh end (Uicrlntlon nf quickly aecertelii mir opinion free net Iter o ings of the marrlago bonds that chafe, CommunU Intention U robtlf patenlaM tlout incur cuuaaeniiui. UAnuouuft unniun on tbL lusting, vivid picture of look tent free. Old tut feticr for wurfnif lUti!. fidelity, strong and holding lesen tbrouiii piuhh a vv fvwiTa I'eienie conjugal I can do all things through Christ HcUl notkt without CbArtre, lu iuv fast In the hour and article of death! which strengthened! mo. Paul. Scientific What may wo write under It? A hui(lonilr lllnitrttx! wMklr. Ira eat elr. What moro significant words than "There are mon who are always euUUuil tit any eMnlMI Journal, Terpn. II a thoso of another woman of thU race, absolutely on tlmo; they are iitrt four ruonltn, IL ttoMUjall newteaalen. tho Hutu, the Moabltess: "New York MUNN & Co 8B-men the world trusts aud bclleve3 "Where thou dlest I will die, and tfrucb omuT ret, vrubiogtoo. i. c. in." I bo burled." there will city-brecl ." NATIONAL PROHIBITION CONVENTION Tho National Prohibition Convention, which will nominate cnndidntr3 met for President nnd nt Atlantic City, N. J., yesterday. It Is said that an effort will bo made to changu tho namo of tho party to "progressive," ns It Is claimed that it lias always advocated advanced policies. It would bo Interesting If this convention thculd lob Mr. Roosevelt's party of Its name, tho Roosevelt Contention not being scheduled to meet until Aug. Cth. ARTICLES OF IMPEACHMENT Judgo Archbald, of tho recently established Commerce Court, whosj conduct lu offlco has bevn undr investigation by a committee of the Houso of Rep.fsentatlves for months, is recommended fo- - dismissal, thirteen articles cf Impeachment bolix outlined and pieaented. to tho Ilous- -, Tuesday. The general chargo against tho nccusad io that lie prostituted 1:1s office for graft and commercialized his Judical powers. TREASURY SCANDAL A. p. Andrew. Assistant Secretary of tho Treasury, resigned his losl-tlo- n last Wednesday, and In a long letter expialnlnc his action, bitterly denounced Secretary McVeagh and scored tho intolerable conditions under which his subordinates in tho Treasury Department havo to work. Socrctnry McVeagh replies that Mr. Andrew has been repeatedly asked to resign owing to Incoordination. And he undertakes an "Investigation of the Detriment to see what Justification thcro Is for the statements of his retiring assistant. THE NEW FLAG July 4th was the time set for tho unfurling of the new stars and ctripes; that is, on this dato tho full Quota of stars, making the numb. 18, ono for each stato In tho Uniou, appeared on tho flag. Only 13, however, will bo found on flags with a blue square less than five feet wide. RAILROADS TAKE HEAVY TOLL Forty-on- o icrcons wcro instantly killed nnd fifty or tlxty Injured in n K'rful railroad wreck near Cornlns. N. Y., on tho Hh. The victims were excursionists to Niagara Falls, tho train standing on the track waiting for a freight to get out of tho way when an express train, not able to seo tho signals. It Is claimed, dashed Into tho rear coaches. On tho following day a doublo headed freight on tho Logoner ValRoad In Pennsylvania ran into n passenger caach. killing seventeen nd injuring thirty, only ono person on tho train escaping without injury. "Many of the vlcttaa women nnd children, nearly all excursionlt-- (Jus. J. Career will becomo Secretary to tho President In Mr. Hllles' place. The Republican headquarters will be in Now York, Chicago and iosnl-bl- y Portland, Ore. Tho country is to bo divided Into five sectlinis with n chief in charge of each division, these five chiefs to constitute n strategy board. With tho election of Hllles and the ncceptanco of tho declaration f tho Democrats that tho tariff is tin pammount issue, thu fight Is on. IN OUR OWN STATE Continutil from I'lrit Vtgt Lexington, Ky. Slnco lt organization In 190(1, tho Blue Grass Fair has taken full rank with tho largest nnd tho best of tho Stnte Fairs and Expositions of tho country. It has very Justly becomo known ns tho greatest horso show In tho world. It Is tho only Fair which offers n full quota and a classification for breeding classes of the threo grent breeds of American horsen, as well as show clnssos, simplified and nrrnnged In n manner which makes their distinction clear. Pitched on n larger and moro exton-tlvscnle than ovor befor, with tho certainty of Increased Interest on account of various added featuros, this year's Fair promises to ccllpso all previous records. Numerous additions and Improvements havo been mndo In matter ot show rings nnd amusement fentures havo been secured of a kind and to an extent that Justify the bellof that tho Fair wilt provo not only moro valuable than ever to tho livo stock in tercsts of Kentucky, but also moro to thoso who visit 1L In ad dltlon to tho weanling and yearling divisions of the groat Snddlo HorM Futurity, threo stakes nro offorod In tho show classes for Saddlo Horses. Attractive Program Each Day. One of tho most nttractlvo program! o BACK IN THE FOLD The Louisville Democratic Its support of Gov. Wilson, tho Democratic presidential nominee. Tho pa-IPost has been an Independent Infor many years, but whllo dependent haa untlly suported tho Republican tickets nnd Republican iwllcles, presumably thinking them better than tlioso of tho opposing patty. For somo time, however, the Post lias been bitterly oposed to tho Tnft administration and to Sen. Bradley its opposition to tho President becoming violent and often rath- Post Is back in the fold, having announced er er unreasonable. CASSIDY'S CODE Supt. Cossidy of tho City Schoou presented to tho K. E. A., at its recent seasiou In Louisville, a codo of ethics for governing the conduct of the teaching profession. This coda cover3 seventeen points, nil of which aro good but nothing new to fur ns can be seeu, although the nuthor deprecates tho whllo tho law nnd medicine are governed by codes, no ono has soen tit to submit a codo for tho schools. LONDON I'CSTMASTER DISMISSED Mr. L. 11. Mcllnrgue, ostniaster nt London, waa removed, Saturday, by tho Post office Department by or- fact that, for tho week will bo on Wednesday when tho classes for standard bred horses will be shown. In addition to tho cash premiums offered seasons to tho leading horses In sorvlco nro donnted by various owners nnd should nttrnct tho attention of tho cntlro horso world. Besides, such great porformers and lros as Kentucky Todd, Walnut Hall, (tho lre of tho Harvestor 2:01) Tr gantlc, Cochato. Vlco Commodor John A. McKerron, etc. Mr. David M Iok, of Now York, donates a season to tho great horso Blngen (sire of tha champion light harnoss horso of the world I'hlan). Tho Fair will bo opened on Monday, August 12th, nt 2 p. m when nn attractive racing program has been arrangod, interesting show rings will bo seen, and Inncs' great band soprano, with Miss Beatrice Van will bo honrd.- - Tho Grenter Parksr Shows, tho greatost on tho road, will hold forth In "Gayety Ijne." with the cleanest and best shows oror shown to a Kentucky audience. Ono Tuesday, the 13th, tho big mul show, always a most Interesting feature oT the Blue Grass Fair, will b fihown, nnd Hcrssford cattlo will also be seen. Various clnssos for sheep and swim will be Judged in tho pens, and th poultry nnd plgoons will lie Judged In tho poultry homo. Tho 1912 dlvlsoo of tho great Futurity will bo shown in the afternoon. This ring Inst yoat proved the greatost show over seen al any Fair thcro bolng CI exhibits am) taking threo hours for tho Judges to placo the' ribbons. Great show rlngi In other classes, three tree attractions, two big bands, two Boprano slngori will help fill out tho day's program. On Wednesday morning tho brooding classes for Standard bred horaei as mentioned abovo, classes for Jack stock, etc., will be shown In front ol tho grand stand. American, der of the President, air. Mcllarguo Is held responsible by the President for certain vilifying editorials In tho London Echo, of which it, Is exciting contest, and brings out i ho Is tho owner and manager. largo Held. The friends of tho Postmaster aro Tho yearling division of tha Saddli getting up a petition to tho Presi-de- Horse Futurity, which Is a renewal claiming that his dismissal was ot tho 1911 show should bo nroven i ordered without sufficient investigagreat show. Including as It does th tion Inasmuch as tho accused had winners ot last year and many othors, ' Thursday Is always tho big day and not been responsible for tho editorial policy of tho paier since 1310. an extra program has been arrangod. The forenoon will be takon up wltn TO FIGHT HOOK WORM tho breeding A Dlsjiensarj- - for tho excluslvo Saddle Horses, classos for American the prizes for which treatment of hook worm is to to are particularly rich and destrabloand established in Knox County immecertain to bring about a magnificent ists. diately, where a completo survey has show. A NATIONAL PRIMARY recently been mado by tho health Tho classes for Short Horn Cattle, LAW Representative Norrls of Nebraskn board, resulting in the statement that which always produce a show ot Short has Introduced a bill In Congress out- one thousand Uireo hundred persons Horns well worth a trip of many mlloi lining and providing for a national aro afflicted with tho disease. Tho to thoso Interested In beet cattle, will primary law. Tho till survey includee a map of tho county bo shown in front ot Btnnd. In th ns proposed, calls for afternoon will bo wltnosged tho Junto: primary elec- on which is located ovcry case. Championship Staks for tions tho first Tuesday In May, each EMINENTLY PRACTICAL presidential year, to elect delegates Tho iolltIcal slogan of tho dayj saddlo horses and an oxcollont pro gram for racing, varied show claasei to a convention to be hold tho th gone by was that "To tho victors for roadstors, threo and Monday In June, tho votors In tho spoils." Mr, Powers, horses, nnd flno harnoss horses. these belong state elections declaring their Friday morning will bo dovotod te t, first tho Congressman of tho 11th nnd second choico for presidential would chango tho reading a lltJ or soy cattlo, which Is always a good candidates. show as tho best herds In stato mcel tlo nnd mako it, "To tho family Theso election aro to bo held on tho spoils." Ills Bister has hero. tho same day in tho various In tho afternoon Shetland poulos, is etatof, been mado postmistress nt Harbour-vlllmid tho law ia to be enforced and nows from Washington Is addition to racing and a varied pro upon its passage after ns many as twenty to tho effect that a brother has been gram ot show, class. states havo ratified U. opjKilnted to tho lucratlvo place of Oame Thing In tha End, LAST STAND OF THE BLOD BOSS postmaster nt Mlddlesboro, although A physician Bays that there U mm Congress has spent considerable it Is said a promise was out to an- such thing ai "taking cold." Whisk time this week diseasing tho Lorl-mt- -r other gentleman. This kind of favorlt-Ihi- u reminds ono of the old saw that yoe caso, and It 1b thought that n is causing Just a little bit of don't tako a car, but that the ear takes you. voto will bo taken within a few dissatisfaction. flve-gnlto-d nt nvo-galte- d flro-galto- d Dls-trlcbo-lo- ng o, Famous Blue Grass Stake Wednesday. In tho nftornoon the famous Blui saddW Grass Stnke for horses, which always produces th best seen anywhere in tho world. Tbti stnko always gives ua a spirited and July n, 1912. THE CITIZEN. Page Three. els. which mny be most rnpldly nc-- . compllshcd by nn encmn. A physician should, of course, be called. Surgical Troubles. Sprains. In this condition there Is laceration of llgniticuts, blood vessels I I NEWS DECREASE IN ALCOHOLIC USE fortte OUR SCISSORS TEACHERS' DEPARTMENT Edited by Prof. Charles D. Lewis GREETINGS To answer this question you mu.it answer n number of others. In tho first placo, whnt Is tho condition of school house and grounds? Havo weds and briars grown up around tho door and under tho windows? If so, get a scythe, It you nro a man, nnd tiso It. If you nro of tho "weaker sex," get a scytho and a moil and sco to It that every weed Is down ami out of sight. You havo no right to call tho children of your district to meet In a house, with surroundings such ns will mako them feel that no ono "cares for them," nnd planned for their comfort. You may say that I am asking you to do tho work of trustco or patrons, end perhaps I am, but if trusUso und community do not do what should bo done, it Is your business to edu- cato them. Do not think for a moment thnt your business Is only to tho children certain fnctu teach found You aro In text books. employed nnd commissioned to teach tho wholo community along every line, ho far as it lies within your jKiwer. YOUNG PEOPLE GOOD Home Course In 8lr Victor Horslay Saye Impossible to State Any Qlven Minimum Amount of Drug Harmlses. The decision ol all medical experts at homo or abroad, meaning thereby such aa hnvo especially made n atudy of the effects of alcohol on the human body In hfftlth or disease, li that alcohol la a poleon In any form, In any quantity, at any time, under any condition. In health or dlaoaee, either as a beverage or as a medicine. This view practically eliminate! alcohol In any relation to the human economy, writes L. D. Mnaon, M. D., In the Temperance. Sir Victor Horslay, F. R. O. 8., the celebrated neurologist and surgeon of London, England, auma up the whole altuatlon In n few words: "One conclusion emorRoa from the recent Investigation of the wholo alcohol queatlon, namely that It la quite Impossible to state that any given minimum amount of the drug Is harmless to our tlsauea," and we may add, thla tatement holds good either In health or disease. Alcohol Is a protoplasmic poison. "The organism Is not an Individual but a aoclal mechanism, alwaya bringing ua at last to cells." Vlrchow. The most remarkable evidence of the Increasing dlsuso of alcohol In disease Is found In the "records of supplies" In the London Metropolitan Hospitals. In the comparative consumption of spirits, wlnca and malt liquors In a period or fifty years the liquor bill Is three times less and the milk bill three times mora. There has been a steady decrease and Increase In these particulars and It la more marked every year along the lines of economy and medical practice. In Europe and thla country there are special hospitals known as "temperance hospitals" In which alcohol Is not used at all. In tho London County Asylum the comparative consumption and decrease In tho use of spirits, wine and beer Is remarkablo In a period dating from 1S80 to 190S and 1906. In 1889 the amount of spirits and wine consumed was 1,902 gallons; In 1905 and 1906, 205 gallons. Deer consumed TRICK WITH Willi this Isuso tho School Deport a ment of Tho Citizen promised few weeks ego begins. Tho Editor docs not wish to use nil of tho space. In fact, tho great ul object Is to mako It a means between now out of touch with each other end tho great ochoc! world. 8cnd us your questions, your suggestions, your criticisms and help this Department to do great good In tho battlo for progress and enlight- Health Culture XVI. Emergencies the Home In and other structures surrounding a Joint. The first treatment N to plnce y the Injured pnrt In hot wnter nnd hot cloths for half nn hour. The Joint should then be Imndnged, not too tightly, and kept nt rest until the scute swelling nnd tenderness subside. Alternnto nppllentlnns of hot nnd cold wnter poured over tho Joint from n pitcher nro often bcneflclnl. It Is n mistake to attempt continuous self treatment of n severe sprain. Months of suffering nnd crippling mny result from neglect to secure enrly surgical did. The X ray lias demonstrated thnt supposed simple sprains nro often complicated by fractures. np-pl- Something That Has Puuled Many Psopte and Requires Practice to be Done Quickly. lons; lons. In In 1899, 256,46814 gal190S and 1906, 1.281 H gal- From these facts there can be no doubt as a universal, world-widfact that tho hospitals of the world (for the fact applies In a measure to all clvtllted countries) are eliminating alcohol as a remedy In medical practice; and hospital practice regulates as a rule, and determines general medical practice. The effects of alcohol on the Intellectual faculties and higher brain are best ahown In the words of Dr. Clout-tothe celebrated neurologist and mental specialist of London, England: "From the medical and scientific point of view we have this great physiological fact before us that the drat thing that alcohol does In 99 caaea out of 100 la to effect the mental working of the brain of the man who Imbibes." The lunacy statistics of England and Wales as shdwn In the sixty-thirreport of the, commissioners contains among other Interesting and Important facta the following statement: "Taking a survey of the last fifty years It Is seen that lunacy haa Increased from 36,762 cases In 1859 to 128,787 cases on January 1, 1909, an Increase of 92,025. This Is' not merely an actual Increase keeping pace with the Increase of population. It la a vast proportionate Increase, for whilst population haa Increased by 81.5 per rent., lunacy has Increased 250 per rent." Or. Clouston In the report of Mornlngslde Asylum as early as 1903 says: "Alcoholic Insanity steadily d MARKI SETI QOI You aro all doubtlcsfl familiar with tho races whoro a number of young men, strong, trained, ambitious to with win, aro ranged nlong a lino tlio track and tho goal before them, listening for tho thrco words given nbova from tho starter. It Is n dash they nro to run, and all know that tho "start" Is of thu greatest Importance. When tho word "go," or tho report of tho gun which takes Its placo sound each must havo A too 011 tho line, finger tips resting lightly upon tho ground, tho eyes fixed upon tho "finish" a hundred every yard3 down tho truck and ncrvo and musclo tingling and keen to go Into instant action. And tho lctory and prlzo will In many cases go, not to tho strongest or swiftest, but to tho ono who, by careful training, gets tho best start. Llko tho runners on tho athletic field listening for tho start, there pro thousands of teachera In KenThe Way Itb Por& tucky listening today for the comcan best be followed by trying It with mand which will start them down a pair of scissors. First stick your tho six months courso of tho Public Angers through tho handles, with the Kctinfil term. scissors points down and your palms What will ycur start bo? Aro you facing up, as In the top picture. Then 'on your mark?'' by a movement of the hands you can Your task Is much mom thnn force tho scissors upward and around till the points are near your chest, as ctepplng up to a lino scratched In In Fig. 2. Now Is tho time to take tho earth befcro you. Your mark Is your fingers out for an Instant. You ono of qualification. You havo been continue the rotation by holding the approaching or losing sight of it handles between your palms and put (luring tho past week In proportion your fingers back through from be as you havo let your school work hind, thus allowing the points of the hold tho chief placo In your thoughts, scissors to come up when the hands ur uavo uecn occuiucu wmi oiu:r are placed back to back as In Fig. 3. It must be practiced so It can be done things of dally Interest having no relation to your work In tho school quickly. This Is something that haa puzzled many people. Tho trick la to plnce your little fingers through tho handles of a pAlr of scissors, palms up, and then twirl tho scissors round toward you and bring them up In front In such a way that the points will bo aa shown In Klg. 3. If you don't know tho secret they will como up with the points downward Instead. Tho trick Is In the wny you manngo the scissors Just as you flop them over; If you leavo your fingers In the handles tho scissors will come up with tho points down. In order to make them come points up you have to take your fingers out of tho handles momentarily and let the scissors turn a little between tho pnlms of your hands and then put your fingers back through the other wny. Tho principle By EUGENE U FISK, M. D. Copyright, 1910. by American Tress Association. nil enment. Yours for school advancement, Chas. D. Lewis. NOTWITHSTANDING that uttered I And how about tho insldo of tho house? Does It have dirt and litter upon tho floor? Aro In every corner and curtaining tho vindows? Is the blackboard unfit for use, Uio stovo still standing and rusty? If theso conditions exist, begin your warfaro at onco. Orgnnlzo nn army of men, women and children and bo their general, If possibly but if you cannot enlist them, 0 with hot water, soap, scrub broom, cloths, and a good supply of musclo nnd grit and do it yourself. One Saturday spent in this way will do admoro for your own professional vancement and the good of the com- cob-we- room. If you tako your raco lightly you nro not worthy of a place upon the course, and, bo assured, you will Needles Held on Surface of Water by never havo the blue ribbon of real s "Tension" Just as victory pinned upon you. Run About on Ponds. Teaching Is a business, for you, my friend, who will soon tiwv Will steel float on water? Aak thla question In a crowd and tako chargo of a houso full of tenalmost everybody will say "no." Then der, plastic Uvea uion which you will Impress what you ARB for forty hours each week during half a HOW TO MAKE STEEL FLOAT 8klp-Jack- "'nn ,wccks BPnt ln any School When things ore clean, yard, floor, walls, desks, windows, go homo and rest and plan your "first day." Make a program of your own If you can 'mako ono better than tho one given ,n tho staU courso of study. Read cvery word ,n tho courso of study ; jnPI'lying to tho first month's work ui biuuc, and then plan work for each pupil from tho first minute. If a better plan Is not at hand, and I know of none, put on tho board a scries of questions langlug from, "What Is your name," to problems in 8th grado arithmetic and ask all who can write to begin on them nnd answer as far as they muDUy, to iiiiiii," the first Itnpulso of tho average mail Is to help n fellow being In distress. This Is well exemplified by the agility with which half n dozen people uimsked will chase n bat thnt has been blown off. When accident or disease occurs In tho household, however, successful as- slstnnce Is uot so easily rendered as In tho csso of the wind blown hat. Tho most willing hands nnd bends mny bring Injury rather thnn relief through an excess of zeal nnd Ignorance of how to direct It. Fainting Spalls. Ordinary fainting spells, excluding cases of unconsciousness, due to heart disease, kidney trouble, apoplexy, etc., mny be duo to a number of causes-sho- ck, Indigestion, eye strain, lnck of food, bowel trouble, etc. In such cases tho patient should be plnced In a reclining position, .with tho feet higher thnu the bend nnd the clothing loosened about the neck and chest. Cold water dashed lu the face will usually suffice to restore consciousness. Aromatic spirits of ammonia Inhaled or If the patient Is able to swallow fifteen to thirty drops In a wineglass of water Is n good restorative. Strong ammonia should not be applied to the nostrils of nu unconscious person, ns extreme Irritation of the mucous membrane may result before tho patient becomes conscious of It. An Impending faint mny bo prevented by having the patient plncc his head In his hands nnd lower It between his knees while sitting down. This strain- - Fractures. When a limb Is fractured tho first step Is to npply n temporary splint in order to prevent needless Injury to soft parts by tbo ends of tho fractured bone. Any stiff material, an umbrella, rolled up newspapers, ennes, etc., mny bo bound to the limb by handkerchiefs, towels or bnndnges until surgical aid has been procured. In fractures of tho leg one leg mny be bound to the other. If the skin has been broken the fracture Is termed compound, nnd extreme enro Is necessary to prevent further laceration or Infection of the tissues. Wounds. Slight punctured or Incerated wounds nro often neglected or Improperly treated, owing to the fnct that no medical nld Is sought. For tho reason thnt blood poison nnd lockjaw are not following comparatively uncommon trivial Injuries nil wounds should be clenfWd ns quickly ns possible with peroxldo of hydrogen, turpentine or some antiseptic solution. A sterilized gauzo pad should then bo applied and held In place by rubber ndheslvo plaster or gauzo bnndnges. Tho uso of strong antiseptic solutions ln wounds When the Is no longer customary. wound Is Infected, as evidenced by heat, redness, swelling or discharge of pus, the parts should be cleansed frequently with peroxide of hydrogen and a simple wet dressing applied ns follows: A gnuze pad Is bandaged over tho wound nnd kept moist with a saturated solution of blcnrbonate of soda ln boiled wnter. Antiseptic solutions kill germs, but they also Interfere with tho natural reparntlvo work of the body cells. Dangera of Carbolic Acid. Carbolic ncld should bo banished from tbo household, except In the form of carbolnted vnsellne. This preparation may bo useful to apply to cuts or sores ln emergencies. Solutions of carbolic acid constantly applied to the extremities, fingers, toes, etc., havo been known to cause gangrene. Every useful purpose served by carbolic acid ns n household remedy can be served by simple nonpolsonous antiseptics, such as a saturated solution of boric ncld or the ofadal liquor of tho United States Diluted with several parts of water," this lntscr preparation mny be used whenever n cleansing antiseptic wash Is required. Burns. Probably nothing causes more excitement In the household than burns or scalds, and this explains why first aid Is so seldom properly and promptly applied. Tho most convenient and perhaps the best remedy to apply Is ordinary baking soda. This may be applied ln ,can When this has been begun, with pajier and pencils supplied by your-u-l- f, tako tho little ones who cannot write, the "babies," and givo them their first lesson. TTius started you can fellow up tho AX 111 TENDING FAINT MAT UK PBEVKXTKD trades, and havo each child before VLAC.M BIS OT HAVINd THE PATIENT HEAD IN U18 HANDS AND hQfEB IT BEyou In class beforo the first recess. TWEEN UIH KNKE8 WHILE 8ITTIXQ DOWN. With this kind of a "set" ou can epona to mo .gc- - in sucn a man- - ed position tends to retain tho blood uer as to assure a fine run down In tho upper portion of the body and prevent the of the the track and a passing under tho brain, which bloodless condition the unIs responsible for lino at tha end with honor six consciousness. months further on. c. D. L. The natural Impulse Is to raise the head and body of a patient who has fainted. This is tho worst possible thing to do. Feet high and bead low Is the rule. Sunstroke. Four Types of Churches The symptoms of sunstroke are very high temperature, ranging from 104 in Survival of Fourth Type to 112 degrees F congested counteIs an American, ei he Is not a nance, henry breathing and unconThis condition may be foreigner, and therefore tho best sciousness. morals and tho best religious condi- mistaken for apoplexy If the temperanot takeu. tions are among country people. That ture Is remedy Is, In a word, cold. If The being true It Is a surprising thing it Is not possible to give a full Ice cold that country churches aro In trouble bath Iced cloths should be applied to and country preachers not satisfied teh head, neck nnd chest and the exwith the work they are doing. tremities bathed In cold water. The Many churches aro being closed. application of cold must bo continued 1 3 not mean ln ouch numbers as to until tho temperature drops to norleave- tho country without churches, mal and resumed If It rises. The symptoms of bent exhaustion but In tho stato of Illinois we found nre the reverse of thoso above describ by careful study of a largo part cf ed. The temperuturo may be subnortho state that so many country mal, tbo face Is pale, and there Is a churches have been closed and aban- condition analogous to shock, with a doned that, If the same condition ex- bloodless brain. The treatment must bo directed ists throughout tho wholo state, Tbo applithere aro seventeen hundred country ngnlust these conditions. body and excation of best to the churches ln that stato no longer ustremities Is necessary by means-- of ed for tho worship of God. There hot water bags, bottles, etc. Coffee, was a boy coming home from school essence of ginger or other stimulants past ono of those country churches should bo taken Internally. Tho position as advised for faintand ho lay down ln the weeds lu tho bhado as tho sun was setting. This ing spells Is also Indicated. Caution. It Is not unusual for phyold church was filled with hay, and sicians to be called ln such cases out through tho stained glass window ln hot weather and find tho patient's he could boo tho hay and fodder stick- bead loyally elevated by anxious ing out. Tho boy got up and looked friends nnd cold applications) being asIt over. Ho took a pleco of chalk siduously applied. Although this concut of his pocket and wrote on tho dition Is duo to bent, cold will only agoutsldo what ho thought It meant: gravate It. Convulsions, Eta. "God's barn." It had been God's In true epilepsy tho patient should house, and a great many places over this country, whether It is written be inudo as comfortable as possible or not, aro placos that havo become during tbo attack nnd prevented from Injuring himself. tho bouse of hay. Tho bouse of prayConvulsions In children may be due er has becomo tho houso of hay. to comparatively trivial cuuses teethTho country people have changed ing, Indigestion, worms, etc. SomeIn certain polnts-n- ot less religion; times a convulsion Is the first sign of but I am going to try to glvo you a serious acute disease, as Infectious leusons why tho church Is having fever, pneumonia, etc.bo put In a hot Tho child should a bard time. It Is not because tho bath (100 to 104 degrees for about church and ministers lack ploty, hot Ave minutes. This will usually control because they do not preach tho gos- tho spuBU), and the patient can be put pel. I think tho gospel Is preached, to bed nnd other necessary measures on tho wholo, wltli faithfulness, but taken, especially cleaning out the bow. Coullaucil on page tlx. n. TO UECOME. Hut suppose you aro "on your mark.'' what of the command to "set?" year; and you nro responslblo pnrents, to country, to God eternity for what you do. You had better resign today, seek another occupation. If xuu ahk is not wuai you wisn to and and what mem The Country Church Making Steel Float. Four Types of Farmers Hope of Country Church ia Warren H. Wilson, Collego Chapel Sunday night, May 12, 1312 I havo been trying tho past twenty years to keep my old Prof. Frost from finding out what I didn't cay. Ho used to havo the faculty of discovering and telling mo what to say and I havo been practicing that tho best I could, and I have been wondering whether tho cloth fitted the pattern as well as I tried to mako it. I havo como hero with soino fear and trembling but I havo como with great rcvorenco to touch his hand und pay tho tribute of lovo which all his scholars havo to pay anj which jou will havo twenty years irom now when you also como bac to soo him, I trust, still managing a still greater Berea and working hero greut for tho development of this school and for this wholo country. I must not bo tempted to linger In theso memories because I know you will mako mo stop after a whllo If I talk too long, and so I am golnjr to start right In to say what I havo to say to you about tho country goes up and now It has doubled." All neurologists In this rountry and In Europe agree that all nervous diseases and Insanity are at the present time largely 00 tho Increase and tho use of alcohol Is a prominent baalc factor In thla Increaae, to say nothing of other forms of dlscajto not specifically affecting the nervous system. Whether wo consider alcohol as a drug to be used In medicine or as a beverage In dally life, wo ran only say of It after a consideration of the highest scientific and medical expert testimony In nil centers of civilization, that It haa no placo In the human economy as a drug or beverago In disease or health; that Its action "la evil and only evil and that continually." One haa only to read the proceedings of tho American Society for the Study of Alcohol and Other Narcotics, the American Journal of Inebriety and the numerous articles In the American medical press as well as the papers read In tho various medical societies and the active Interest taken by many prominent American practitioners, to know the attitude of medicine In America towards alcohol aa a drug. The same holds true of special Journalism In Oreat Drltaln and on 'tho Continent, as represented In tho nrltlsh Journal of Inebriety and the large Influential society of medical men it represents, and the general attitude of the Influential medical public to tho cause, and practice of medical or sclentlDo temperance, and a growing conservatism In the use of alcohol In disease, and Its gradual 'Elimination from medical prac- go ahead and prove that steel will float. Take a glass full of water and tomo fine steel needles, perfectly dry. Lay the needles carefully on the surface of the water ono at a time. It you are careful enough about It they will float. The needles are held up by the "surface tension" of the water, Just that run on the as are the surface of ponds. skip-Jacks Juvenile Books a Century Ago. Does the modern child count his blessings In the matter of Christmas books T What would be say If, Instead of one of the healthy, brightly written stories that now crowd the booksell era' windows, be received a copy of one of tho books for Juveniles In vogue a century ago? The very titles of some of these old volumes would rouse the back of present day youth "The Advantages of Education as Elucldat ed In tho History of the Wlngfleld Family," Elizabeth Ann Dove's "Tales Attempt to Corof My Pupils, of,-a-n rect Juvenile Errors;" 8. W.'s "A Visit to a Farm; or, an Introduction to Various Subjects Connected With Rural Economy" (this reached a fifth edition In 1811), and Sandham'a "Perambulations of a Deo and a nutterfly, In Which Are Delineated Those Smaller Traits of Character Which Commonly Eaca'pe Observation." London Chronicle. Race Has Retrograded. An archaeologist In the Middle West thinks that the Mayas, who once Inhabited America, had a civilization aa far advanced as that of any early people except the Greeks. The dwellers In tho Jungles of Yuc-ta- tice. Liquors Not Nssdsd. "Fermented and distilled liquors are nevtr necessary for any purpose, except In certain persons In whom the habit has created a need of them trulr morbid." Iloyer Collard, M. IX Guatemala, and Honduras are be- lieved to be their descendants. The Philosopher of Folly. a girl goes gunning for a husband," says the philosopher of Folly, "she should see that her powder Is dry." "When church and about setting together ln country life. Now tho country church Is, gener ally throughout tho United States, btraigo to say, ln trouble Tho farm er Is a good man. I do not mean to pralso him too much, but I mean to sny that among tho farmers aro somu of tho best pooplo In this country, and fowcr of tho sins of this country aro practiced among tho farmers than among any other class of peo ple. Tho farmer la not very "rogres- slvo, but ho keeps up tho good, old virtues. Moreover, tho fanner la a healthy man. Goneraty speaking. bis health Is better than that of tho man In tho city. And the farm- - l), linen cloths, gauze, etc., and then covered with cotton, or the bandages may be saturated and kept moist with a strong solution of the soda. Blisters should be punctured with n needlo that has been sterilized ln boiling water, but the skin should not be removed. When a burn Is very extensive Immediate proper dressing Is difficult," and It Is extremely Important to reduce tho shock and protect the burned area from the air. This may be quickly done by placing tho patient In a warm salt bath, keeping tho temperature between 04 nnd 104 degrees F. Such treatment Is often continued for a long time, replenishing tho water, of course, as It becomes contaminated. Stimulants Internally are called for. Ear Emergencies. Accumulations of wax or foreign bodies In the ear should be removed by syringing with warm water or saturated solution of boric ncld. Insects may be suffocated with a few drops of puro sweet oil and then removed by syringing with warm water. It Is a bad practice to use oil In tbo ear for tho removal of wax. If syringing with warm water does not sufilco a physician should bo consulted. Earache Is usually duo to Inflammation, which may develop Into suppuration and abscess. Heat should be applied by means of hot water bags, hot clay poultice (Cataplasms kaolin, U. S. P.) or hot fomentations. Hot water may bo poured Into the ear whllo the patient reclines on bis opposite side and the heat retained by covering tbo affected ear with cloths saturated with hot water and the whole covered over with a flannel pad. Bleeding From the Nose. In old people or thoso with a tendency to apoplexy a bemorrbngo from tho nose mny prove a relief and should not be too hastily checked. Where It Is desirable to check a bemorrbngo the uppllcntlon of cold to tho nose and buck of the neck will often prove etllclent. Syringing with peroxide of hydrogeu Is also nu excellent emergency remedy. Syringing with n hot suit solution ut n temperature of Is auother efficient t23 degrees measure. If the temperature of the solution Is lower than 125 degrees It will only aggravate the hemorrhage. clean powder and the parts wrapped la " 0 Page Four. THE CITIZEN. Thou. J, TVrry writes that ho 'p theso nnd other now workers next pleasantly located nt Lako Rest, week. Oshkosh, Wis., and that ho Is enjoyHEAR THEIR CRY ing to tho fullest extent the nice lako Winnebago cool breezes from the "A recent advertisement In as well as tho fine fishing, boating, county palters succeeded In finding I to to bo homes for a largo number of wishes bathing, etc. our remembered to nil students nnd Ho- - children and a great mnny nppllca- tho lions nra coming In now for frn friends. Mrs. E. L. Roberts loft last Friday older children that wo can not rill. Wa have over 00 children under with her three little girls to spend a fow weeks with her parents r.t 8 years of age; wo have 10 bableu, splendid litS months and younger, St. Chnrles, 111. tle fellows, any olio of whom you might expect some day to bo lrcsl-i:rCOLLEGE SUNDAY SCHOOL of tho United States, nnd wo have tho sweetest and prettiest lot regulation of tho Institution Tho f little boys nnd girls from 2 to 8 regarding Sunday Schools should lw years of ngo to bo found anywhere. Tho College has Its understood. These children need homes; espe own school In term tlmo requiring t(cially do they need tho puro coun- Sometimes i frv fiti nnil i,wiit frnil ttr tint nll"8tudeuts to nttend. anni. students seek excuses to attend other , , ,Wl) nll v -I schools nnd then fnll to attend any- terest In theso children and nllow where. Tho only students excused to us to plnco one of them In your home, who nttend other Bchools nro thoso on trlnl at least? It Is very hard to parents In Belive with church-goin- g hnvo theso children cramped up In rea, and caro enough about Sunday nn Institution during Uio mimiuor School to nttend thru tho summer. months. Every student seeking excuses from Wo trust our appeal will result Collego Sunday School next fall must In a largo number of applications bring a statement from somo re- coming In for little babies, ns well sponsible Sunday School officer that as uio ooys ana gins irom - to p he has attended at least 10 tlm?s years of ago." this summer. Kentucky Children's Homo Society, 10SC Baxter Ave., Louisville, Ky. nt July il, igti. goaoaoaoaoaoosoooaooosoaosooooooooooo S o NEWS OF BEREA LOCAL fAOti AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Fly Scoot- - 2 Gallons for 25c You can't afTord to let the flies worry your cow or horse to death while the cost or keeping them oft" is so little. Try FLY SCOOT the way I fix it. I will refund your money if you arc not pleased with the results. :' :' :' :' Don't forget that your order, small or large, will :: :: : :! be delivered promptly. :' Sooooooooooooo oaoaoaoooaoaoaoaouoaoX Miss Florenco Spink, after visiting for several weeks with her brother, M. L. Spink nnd family, returned, Monday, to her homo In Jacksonville, 111. DR. BEST, DENTIST CITY Phone 10 THE WHITE G. E. PORTER, Ph. G. Berea, Ky. I'llONK ins Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co, DAN H. BRECK Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock tion of tho now consolidated school INbUKANLt building at Paint Lick was acceptWill sign your bond. ed. The bid was near $3,000. The Richmond, Ky. advertisement for bids was run In Phone 505 the last two Issues of Tho Citizen. Mr. Geo. Kelley of White Sulphur this Springs, W. Va.., Is visiting Little Miss Mollle Jackson (f Harlan, Ky., Is visiting at Mrs. W. H. Porter's this week. Mr. John Muncy's bid for the erec- ,,,. ,. T. J. COYLE ATTORNEY AT LAW week V. B. with his brother-in-la- Mr. Prof. T. A. Edwards returned from Ohio last week, whero ho had been TIME TABLB. visiting for several days. North Bound Local last Prof. Miles E. Marsh left 10:B6 p. m. Friday morning for Chicago to attend 7:00 a. m. Knoxrllle 3:62 a., m. tho Nntlonal 1:04 p. m. BEREA. Educational Associa7:45 a. m. tion. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Uound Local tho Mr. U. B. Roberts returned' S:i6 p. m. latter part of last week from White 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:32 a. m. Sulphur Springs, W. Va., where he BERK 6:65 p. m. lib a. am. had been visiting relatives for n KboxtUU Expreta Tralni fow days. Stop to take on and let off passenTho Misses Grant and Lllllau Mau-pi- n ger from beyond Dayton, O., or from attended tho Teachers' Institute Atlanta and beyond. riul Chautauqua at Richmond last South Bound week. Miss Lillian went from Rich1:00 a. m. Cinelnnatl mond to Baldwin where sho has 11:44 a. m. BBRJBA charge of the school. Miss Grant It North Bound continuing her visit In Frankfort, 4:46 p. m. BEREA Lexington and Oxford, Ohio. t:37 p. m. Cincinnati Prof. Seale conducted tho Report meeting, Sunday morning, and told The Misses Amy Todd, Ella Ad- of tho work of the last session of ams and Kate Logsdon spent the 4th the Kentucky Educational Associa tion, held in Louisville last week, of July in Richmond. Uerea Baptist S. S. held its which he attended. The Mr. Chester Baker left, Tuesday, annual picnic at Slate Lick this year on the Fourth." Tho day was spent for his home In Rlcetown, Ky., to spend the remaining part of the sumin athletic stunts and contested mer vacation. games of various kinds, and the abunMr. and Mrs. J. B. Richardson and added no small dant basket dinner family left on the early morning part to the enjoyment of the octrain, Monday, for Frankfort, where casion. they will visit relatives this week. 'Mr. and Mrs. Simon .Muncy have Pres. Frost returned from Chautau moved the qua, Saturday night, for a few days from Forest St. to Judge Lewis houso on Chestnut St. stay in Berea. Mr. B. H. Gabbard with his wife Prof. Cha3. D. Lewis, nccompanled and his mother, Mrs. L. C. Gabbard, by Prof. Ralph Rlgby conducted left last Saturday for a visit at tho the Teachers' Institute at Grayson, home of his sister, Mrs. Green Hill, Carter County, last week. Prof. Rig-b- y who lives at Bethany, V. Va. gavo instruction In music. They Mrs. L. A. Davis and .Miss Martha returned last Saturday. Mr. S. W. Boggs, accompanied by were In Cincinnati at the Click Master Otto Ercbcrg left early, latter part of last week. Monday, for Camp Daniel Boone. Mrs. John Fowler with her daughter, "Mrs. Birdsong, who is paying her near Wilmore, Ky. They will spend an extended visit, from Cleveland, O , ten days there, and then they will spent from Wednesday until Friday go to Chautauqua for several weeka visit. with Mrs. Nora Smith at Richmond. Miss Etta Moore's Sunday School ' Mr. W. K. Azblll of Cleveland, 0., class with a number of other friends formerly of Columbia, Ky., who is spent a very pleasant and enjoyable visiting friends and relatives of evening together at the Parish ilouae Bwea, gavo a very Interesting and Will practice in Madison and Master Cecil Jackson has been adjoining counties. visiting his sister, '.Mrs. I. L. Isaacs, County. Office in Berea National Bank of Estill Itoborts. UtN, RIGHT KIND OF CELEBRATION LAW O. A National Scandal. Dr. Lou Broughton, formerly of Atlanta, now of London, Eng. ..j am satisfied that tho grent prob-ban( , Cm before tho American lieoplo to-j3y l8 tno problem of law enforce-whlt- o j ,m.nt, u outweighs every other con,Biaorntion. Do you know that America . ig black-liste- d In every other ruun- try with reference to this one mat ter? In three years London has had only twenty murders, nnd Chicago 300 In ono year. Out of tho 1,100 murdorers In tho United Slntes that I and Mr. nnd Mrs. Prultt Smith family nnd Mrs. G. W. Hook nnd family, participated In n Joyous lit tle picnic, in honor of the day, on tho of tho creek. Patriotic speeches luul appropriate decorations of red and blue, brightened tho oc- tusion. Tho "birthday cake," with lettering dono In red, whlto and blue Icing was furnished by 'Mrs. Ornco Smith. Patriotic songs nnd National airs wero sung ns the shades of evening lengthened. I They nln't never find nono slnco I been In the neighborhood!" It Looked Like the Negro School, but "Haven't had any closets nt nlll" I Mistake. Thli Wat exclaimed lu ninnzcmcnt. "How can During one of my drives of explora- your lonelier handle n school without tion I passed n school In Hpcncer closets?" county, nlxnit thirty-livmiles enxt The uinii hesitated n moment, shift- of Ixmlsvllle. At first sight 1 wns cd his mild to tho other sldo of his jaw sure I hnd stumbled upon a typlenl and ntuwerod quietly: negro school, but ns I went nlwiut tho "flnwd knows. I don't." yard with my enmera n fnrmer who "How do you happen to hnvo such a lived near by ennio over to seo what poor schoolhonso In this pnrt of tho I was doing. In ml looks pretty goodr county-t- ho you FOe, this hero Is a pauper "How long hm this colored school Iwn here?" I naked. school." "This Is the white school.jni I don" i pretended not to underslnnd him know how long It's been built. All I fully, so I nuked: know Is that It wnsu't noways new Hint's too bnd. I hnd no Iden that the farmers up hero on tbo head wnters of Unit river wero so poor. You haven't even got n church In the neigh borhood, then?" "Oh, yes! We've got a mighty nice, brnnd now church n mllo out tho plko from here." "Stato built that, too?" I suggested. "Why, no; the folks nil chipped In nnd built It," be explained carefully. "We nln't xxr folks nt nll." "Why couldn't you folks chip In nnd do something for this old tumbledown school?" I nsked. "We could hnve done It, couldn't we?" he rxrlntmed. "I reckon we Just TIIK ANCIENT Wlir.CK WITH ITS HAOOIXO never thought nbout It tlmt way." t e I SCHOOL. FLOOR. I i REFRIGERATORS ! I ! I i Are now on display at Welch's Furniture and Rug Department. All sizes and prices. when I moved Into this nelghlwrhood Education Payi. thirty years ngo cothln' May. Tho Mnte of Kansas, though less wns It painted Inst?" "When than sixty years bid, tins excellent Painted?" He laughed good tin - schools, and her tninble nroi.ertv Ims turedly as he took n fresh chew of his, Ilcrvn,,.(t, nt the rule of JISMWO.OUO twist. "Pulnte,!? Why It nln't never j nnmmy during the past ten a had no paint on It that I over see or. ,llcrP.0 of jilm.uoo.ooo In n dec- neani or. nde. This Is twlcn the total nssess-incu- t I looked nt tho nnclent wreck, with of Kentucky. Its Nigging lloor, Its scattered rook The ruination of real projierty lu about the door where there should Kentucky Is $ lb"vT.ViV). In Kansas hnve been a wnlk; then my glance fell property Is valued upon n now, sturdy long distance tele-- the same class of nt $1.:.78,0I8.71M. phono polo which stood close to one The valuation of 'ronal property corner of the building. I wnlked up , , IIIUI I. I I . ,1 ! .....I "lin fi "'iuuvi.Ju If. wait. nni! nlnrtnP mv Imm! J.iU.V w" ed and fell to thinking. Suddenly the' The total ns,.od valuation Hi Ken-- i busy humming of the wires seemed to ' Kmisn " "lk5' w- bo whlsirlng Insistently to tho broken house: "Wnke up! Wake up! Wo ore1 S'AIKt.tWl-SM- i. Tmj nbovo figures ore from the not asleep today! We are In the hurry- lng nnd scurrying twentieth century!' World Almanac for 1010. ,,, 1 1 ...... Wt.'W ys last Saturday. Miss Jean Cameron has gone to her homo in Xova Scotia for h?r Eummer vacation. Mr. and Mro. E. F. Coyle have returned from a visit with relatives in Bedfrlrd, Indians. Mr. Carl Hunt has gono tdChl- to study for some time at the !Mlss striking lecture nt tho Christian church last Thursday night. The subject of tho address was "Border Gay who lias been lu Sau Autoulo, Texas, siuco last winter returned to Berea, Friday. CHLERY PLANTS FOR SALE at the College Garden. Phone 122. Tho patriotic entertainment which was celebrated at Blue Lick church on the 4th was rendered beforo a rewell packed houfeo. Everybody ports a most enjoyable time. Too much cannot bo said of the young lcoplo who pushed tho enterprise to Etta daughter. Tho Lines." Mr. J. O. Bowman, on his way to Frankfort from camp Daniel Boone, where ho ha3 been in charge of a group of boys for tho past two weeks, spent from Saturday until Monday with homefolks. Itev. B. H. Roberts returned last Friday night frcm Pittsburg, Ponna., whoro ho has boon visiting his Berea Public School begins WELCH'S PLEASING ENTERTAINMENT given "Tho Tom Thumb Wedding," In tho College Chapel, next Monday, July 15. The City Ccur.cll will publish the specifications for tho new city hall, which will bo erected on Railroad St., opposite Stephens and Muncy. Mr. Wm. Ponder, a graduate of Carpentry of Berea, who has a contract for building several houses In tho front. Sir. and Mrs. Taylor left last Fri- Ocorgla Is now vhltlng his parents day for their vacation. Their address near Berea. Mrs. J. H. Jackson who has been Is Hartsvllle, Pa. lu Itlchmond under tho caro of WANTED: CO boys to sell noveltho ties In fairs, picnics, shows and ball day, Drs. Gibson returned, Wednesvery much Improved. games. Bo first, writo today. Send Two very Interesting and enthus10 cents for terms, postage, etc. iastic baseball games were played W. T. Hodgen, last Thursday, July 1th, on Lincoln Dox 232, Campbellsvlllo, Ky. Field between tho Richmond town THE RACKET STORE MRS. EARLY and Beroa town teams. Richmond won the tint game by a score of S to C. Berea won the last game by a score of 7 to C. The Berea team showed up in overy particular better than the Richmond team, and would have easily won both games had It not been for bouio useless errors on tho part of ona or two of tho players. Mr. und Mrs. J. W. Wagers are visiting with relatives at Wagers-vlllKy., this week. College Purchasing Agent, Office hours, 10:00 to 11:00 A. M., 3:00 to 1:00 P. M. Offico in Boone Tavern. Mr. Geo. Dick returned this morn, lug from a short business trip la Louisville, All shoo and harness repairs given immediate attention. C. O. Bowman. e, Tuesday evening, under the auspices" of the Ladies' N) forgotten. Aid of tha M. E. Church, was a very pleasaut affair. Nearly a half hunProf, Lewis was mont pleasantly dred children of tho town less than 'entertained at tho homo of Mr. a dozen years of ngo took part, somo Albert Keffer, a former Ilerca stu"THIS lltllK IS A PALTKIl HCIIOOL.' being merely guests relatives more dent, who Is now ono of Grayson's or less Intimate and dear, and upon the top of the winter's supply of 'argefct. most nrreti8lvo farmers. friends of the brldo and groom. conl. I wns unnblo to find even thejMr Keffer not o11j. talks about nny closet, sol ngaln qucs-...,.. tannine ,mimnnH i, rt,.. Hie entertainment was gotten up tloiiod my farmer friend.. by Miss Frances McMahr of Holden, ally does It. Mo., who furnished the costumes and led In tho training of tho children. She was assisted by Miss Graco Cornelius at tho piano, and several church friends and others helped in ment. tho various rehearsals. good DECISION Tho audience was a fairly ono and tho entertainment pleasing Walk-Ov- er Tho useful men In tho world aro to all. tho men of decision. Perhaps somo-timKVnurn they err. But tho slow, hesitatNEW MEMBERS OF BEREA ing, Irresolute men are left maunderFACULTY Shoes What Color? What Cloth? Shoes ing nnd gurgling by the roadsldo as catalog which appears tho great stream of llfo flows past. FOR Tho annual What Style? this week will show that tho groups wlTio fact Is," Eaid Sydney Smith, Boys of teachers In each of Berea's five "that to do anything In this world AND strongly north doing, wo must not stand great departments has been Men reenforced. back shivering and thinking of cold Girls Rov. Cha3. F. Hubbard, D.D.. grad-uat- o nnd danger, but jump lu und scramble Let Us Help You Decide of Amherst, nnd Andovcr, nnd through as woll as wo can." There nnd Id a wlso deliberation. There Is student at Ynlo u You will find it so easy and satisfactory to make your decision Berlin, comes as Professor of Latin, holy Impetuousncss. ManllnesB will always express Itassistant In Philosophy, and Dean of from our Klegant New Sprint; Stylo, livery one admires the tho Collegiate Department. self In decision. "The longer 1 llvo beautiful styles and marvels at the attractive prices we arc offering. Mrs. Elizabeth S. Holderman, Ph. O., tho more certain I am," said Sir T. Your new suit will surely come from here if you see the elegant comes as Instructor In the Academy. Fowell Buxton, "that tho great difgarments and try them on. We are ready to show you the best D of Clark ference between men, tho fecblo and Frank E. Howard, Ph. values you can get anywhere. Merchandise of quality at fair of tho powerful, tho great and tho InUnlvorslty comes as Professor Education and assistant Dean in tho significant, Is energy and Invlnclblo prices. Normal Department. determination a purpose onco fixFrank Montgomery, M. 8 conies as ed, and then death or victory. That Instructor In Animal Husbandry and quality will do anything that can bo special Investigator, supiorted Joint- done In this world, and no talents, ly by the Collego and tho U. H. no circumstances, no opportunities, Quality Store" will make a Bureau of Agriculture. creature a ( mau without It. Robert E. Specr. There will bo a fullor account lw-to- re same year, less than luo havo been rest convicted and punished. The havo gono free. Theso facts are talked about and written about wherever 1 havo gone; and wo stand the world today as a people who 'disregard tho laws that wo mak. Our Judiciary has no forcu, and peo-,,o nro thinking that perhaps It la llot safo to Invest money here If llfo ,b so c)1Pal,( anj if jaw a m, easily disregarded; they reckon that money auJ property Interests are also cheap iand jjghtiy regarded. So I say to you again, from a financial consideration, and of courso from a moral consideration, tho ono supremo problem l.i America today la that of law enforce' TEACHERS AND SCHOOLS IN On the far side of the reboot I stum bled upon some old fashioned hnud-- l PAITFR PMINTY made desks und nt once nskel my fnrmer friends where they hnd come'Qere, Professors Conduct Institute, from. "Why. they come out of the school Supt. Cozeo of Carter County is there, of course. The children ued 'em especially fortunate In having u until this rear, when they put In some ,ar;o ,kh1. of a(.rt. prtign-sslvteach-neones. his educate tho youths of My next search wns for the closets. I knew there wns no conl house on tho' 00111 premises, for the old desk were idled I'nder the nblo Inbtructlou of I'rof. C. I). Ia'wIs of Berea, tho work was carried en lu V.w moat practical way, Hiiii i,ri 7 i!AJM3 pruviug that nll subjects may bo so taught ns ta apply directly to tho homo llfo of each pupil, ntid made to bear rich fruit In tho llfo and of tho community. The music was conducted lu nn Inspiring manner by Prof, Ralph Rig-lialso of liorvu, who showed that music may Ikj profitably taught lu rural schools. Tho people of Grayson were new cordlnl, and many i r lends wero made, whu will not Hi o w ' 'fy pros-peie- ty y, ring TWffl55t9 1 WHAT TO WEAR This Spring? Buster es for HAYES BEREA, C& GOTT KENTUCKY two-legg- July ii, iq i a. THE CITIZEN. Pace Five FOLLOWING THE SKY LINE IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS HERE ARE TWENTY NEW SPRING SUITS That Are Special Values Not that they are on sale, but simply that they are such good Fabrics and Workmanship that they would readily sell at more than their price. Our prices are not determined, however, by how much we can get, but by how little we can afford to ask, and we do not feel that we are sacrificing profits by so doing, but that we are building confidence and permanent trade it Is the most sue. sessful policy In the long run. One of the best and most beautifully located residences in Berea. Built last year. Genuine first class oak finish inside. Concrete basement 14x28 ft. Seven liirH well ventllntetl rooms, nnd ntllc, liiro pantry, china rnli'n, tilu and cabinet innntols. clonot nnd llirro unrtlrolico, thrnn FOR SALE: See These Better Than Usual Suits It will pay you to accept the suggestion promptly. Smoke house, conl house, etc. HiiitdinK nlrondy piped for Run lights. Size of lot (10. ISO ft. located on Chestnut St. $2700 if told before September lit. Really worth $3000 Address W. B. HARRIS, Beren, Ky. ALL THE FAMILY NEEDS INNES AND HIS BAND One of the Big Musical Attractions at the Blue Qrass Fair. nr I H.3t:-i)W--anstM-vw- Tho Citizen Is n family newspaper. It considers nil tho needs of tho family. Kvcry week It Riven some spuco to tho needs of tho home, cooking nclles, nnd hints for nmklug tho and homo cosy, comfortable, clean l.onullful. It Hives stmplo remedies for common sickness nnd tells bow to stop the spread of disease. Then PROTECTS BASE OF TREES The newspapers of tho country, In commenting on Dandmaster Innes' apBox with Slatted Sides Haa Been ot Mupointment as Dlrector-ln-Chlo- f Proved to Be of Much Value sic nt tho World's Fair held last sumHow It Is Made. mer nt Seattle, Wash., proclaimed htm 1 Sky Line Drive, Canon City, Colo., one of tbo really groat bandmasters of Showing Upper Part of the Arkansas A dovlco for protecting fruit trooa tho world. That bo Is Indeed so la Valley, and a Portion of the Rocky at their bases, yet allowing them all Range. ThU Drive Is best evidenced by tho regard In which Mountain the air necessary to healthy growth, gives tlie best ndvlco for making ho Is held by groat muslclnns throughor High Built Along a has been Invented by an Arkansas tho farm and garden nnd chicken out the continent and by his ability to Ridge, of the Foothills. man. Two sections, tapering WAY TO BUY TREES CORRECT yard puy, nnd for making ronds bet- visit a city yoar after year nnd bo wel- 2 Crystal Park Auto Road, Overlooktoward their tops are hinged together at one end. Tho sides consist ot slats, ing Colorado Springs In the Pike's ter. It Is all tho tlmo helping to comed by ever Increasing "lnultltudes. They 8hould Be Very Carefully In- opening downward. On each ot theso Peak Region. make tho school better. giving hints Tho longer Innes remnlns In a city, spected and Purchased From sections Is a top with a semi circular to teachers nnl luircnts from those the mora bs Is appreciated. He Is re . 3 Penetrating the Mountain FastnessReliable Nurserymen. opening in it, and when the box la es From Boulder, Colorado. sourceful and versatile nnd over on teach-in- s. who know most about school fitted around tho bottom of a tree, tbo lookout for some muslcnl novelty. Following the skyline In an autoIt contains stories, Karnes nnd the programs, paradoxical as the should bo boughl Just as palnt-Inir- n latter rises from tho circular opening Trees His nnd mobile In the Rocky mountains ot You should dele- are nurchased. other tilings for tho children statement may seom, aro n dollght to Colorado Is a thrilling pastime. On gate yourself or some one who knows young people. It has a flno continualike. the musical nnd highways the traveler soma of theso something about what you should plant ed story running nearly all tho time, s at can "cruise" among the to carefully Inspect the plants In tho one of the latest by wine nuthor who changaltitudes which present ever nursery to see that tho trees are prop-jerl- y tho has made himself famous In ing vistas ot summits, grown and In good form, trim world. dizzy abysses and endless plains. med up to a height or six or seven There aro many such drives In feet, typical of the variety, true to the Skyllno drlvo, completo-e- d type and freo ot Insects and fungus c recently at Canon City, Is one ot CHICAGO BOY POLITICIANS taor .uwifctt v11 I .y. ry .'. t When delivered the trees 7 j disease. have a well developed, fibrous the finest In tho state. should Tho number ot such mountain boule- Uuena Vista and Leadvllle, the lat- root system and be free from mutlla.- South Side Is n On Chicago' vards Is Increasing. Doth state and ter being the great mining camp ot tlon. county authorities are active In the world-widJuvtnlle munlclillty that fame, 10,190 feet above sea In planting trees do not bury more building ot good roads, and each level; thence over Tennessee Pass , bonstB Us major, Its city clerk, Its than six Inches deeper than the former year new areas of mountain wilder- and down through tho wonderful depth at which the tree stood. If secity trvnsun'r nnd most of the ness are being added to the territory canyons ot tho Eagle and Grand riv- cured with the boll of earth frozen to oftlcT3 of any which Is accessible to tho automobile ers to Glenwood Springs. the roots or secured to them by a can community. It has its own board ' tourist. At Glenwood the traveler will And vas wrapping, dig the hole a foot education, It commissioner of health. From almost any point along the a resort that Is not excelled In EuIts common council nnd various other foothills, Colorado rope. The waters of the springs are wider all around than the diameter of from eastern and a foot Springs, rnlmcr Lake. Denver, Mor- - curative and the best ot hotel ao- - , the ball or roots and earth liodles that nnt a part of every munideeper than Its depth. Scatter fertll Its Mat of government 's cipality. lzer In the bottom of this pit and min (9(22222133! t 'SffSSSfiS? St. Paul's parish house. Its citizen gle fertilizer with the loose soil with, ship Is comiKisd of loys betweeen which you will fill In tho hole. Place Box Made In Two Parts. Itoy- the nKes of nlns and ntnet'-en- . tbo tree properly upright, supporting It with three braces. Then pack In thus formed. There is means for lookllle for Hiuh Is the name by which tho earth gently. Do not pack too ing the two sections. This apparatus this municipality Is known necks to tight, In order to give the roots a protects tbo tree In many ways. NothK train lioys In tho duties f chance to go through this rich soil eas- ing can approach tbo base, yet It getfl nr cltUeiiHblp so that when they ily. ail the air It needs through tho slatted they may rive nt manhood's estnt'i If the roots of your tree aro bare openings, and access to the Interior Bandmaster Innes. understand tho essential elements of earth handle them very carefully. ot the ventilator, for any purpose, may, ol good government nnd bo p'repar-r- d Innes Indeed Is known ns tho King ot Dig a shallow, wide hole as wide as be had through doors in tho top. Intelligently Program Mnkers. If some composito work nnd voto the greatest diameter of the roots, tion given Is nbove tint heads ot some to this end. and then placo your treo in the center Prizes for Cleanliness. ot his auditors, a catchy encore Is ot this hole. Drive a substantial stako A campaign of New Rochello school Tho annual election In Iloyvlllo is cleverly Introduced, which, while firmly into the ground alongside the children to clean front and back yards accompanied by auH0 ns much en. good music, toll ot rhythm nnd meltree trunk, being careful not to bruise ,nd to look after tho cleaning oC municthuslnsmns nny ody, directly appeals to everyono withor sever any of the big or small roots streets and alleys will be begun wideipal rnmpnlgn. Tho election falls on out exception. It la In fact this quickin doing this. Fasten the tree to Btako ly today. Somo of tho more enthusiaswith soft cord or a bandage of some tic started work Saturday. tho same dat. ns the regulnr rl'y ness ot responso to tho unspoken old goods. Then carefully fill in the thought ot his listeners that has enelection, and In preceded by Mayor Frederick H. Waldorf and hole by hand with well fertilized soil. President Edward J. Cordial ot tho cnurus meetings, processions nnd trenched him bo Urmly In tho hearts Pack it gently with your fingers city council have offered gold watchea-aot his admirers. other methods of Increasing Interest around the roots, carefully cutting oft Innes' coming engagement tho week prizes for having the cleanest nmotiK tho citizens of iloyvlllo In nn of August 12 to 17 ut the lilue Grass any bruised or broken to a uniform yards and for the most work in lnduo t. effort to gain votes. "Voto for circle. This Insures growth of the ing others to clean their yards. The Fair, accompanied as he will be by the He playi on tho miiiaro." "Vote full strength of his sixty-twtree. players children will form corps to patrol the) lkiyvllle." i for KiK'hler nnd a clenn See that the soil Is sifted into all streets to keep them free of litter. and several notable Grand Opcrn r' kJl T2PaBir "Voto for '.Marshall for postmaster. the crovlces between the roots and They will ask every person seen promises to be an occasion of ' press down gently until the process is throwing papers, fruit skins and cigar He will carry tho message to Car-da- inoro thnn local Interest. 'complete, when you can fill In with stumps upon the pavements to throw ".McCnity. Ho knows how to t a spado. This preliminary work must them into receptacles that will be rat Tho West Is rapidly becoming the work." These nre somo of tho sloI be done carefully, as It means so much out by the General Improvement gans that havo becomo historic In the musical center ot America, and It Is! to the tree. Ho sure you do not bend In recognition of this that the head- municipal cnmpaglns of lloyvllle. the roots Jjack towajrd tie. trunk. Pack quarters ot Innes and his band have Its recently been moved from Now York Iloyvlllo has Its rendlng-roomnnd to Chicago. In welcoming the famous ita gymnasium tho bandmaster to Chicago, ono ot tho other features of club llfo In parish house of St. 1'aul's Church, leading newspapers ot that city said: "In response to tho Invitation of l'rulrlo Avenue nnd Thirtieth Street. many ot Chicago's most prominent I lev. Iorcnzo D. Case, D.D., who Is Long's Peak From Deer Mountain Drive, In Estea Park, Colo. orInnes and at tho head of Its many activities, patrons of muslo, sixty playershishave Longmont. commodatlona can be had. In tact, Doulder, rlson, Golden, chestral band ot btutes that tho citizens ot Iloyvlllo removed their goneral offices and off- Loveland, and Fort Collins, the tour- all along this route the hotel accomhave becomu especially orderly and icial homo from New York to tho City ist can quickly penetrate with an auto modations are of the best. need but a minimum of adult over-LigFrom Glenwood Springs the way Tho serlos ot popular mobile tho mountain fastnessea and of Chicago. during tho hours Hint the concerts announced to bo given by view grand and picturesque scenery leads into the Grand valley to Grand rooms of tho parish houso aro open the organization will fittingly mark which Is not surpassed in the world. Junction In the heart of the fruit In the Pike Peak's region In the section on the Western Slope. to them. Each citizen Is on his this latest addition to tbo musical BBLuBBBBitfuiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHjBBBBBBBBBBBBBI From Grand Junction, by way of vicinity ot Colorado Springs and Manl-tohonor nud wears tho badge of Iloy- forces of our city." In Estes Park In the Long's Dragon and Vernal, the road la clear wmr TITand Mf tho vlllo with Its motto, "I'lny on 4, Peak region, are some ot the finest to Salt Lake City, Utah. A southerly FARM FOR SALE Squaro." In tho cummer every offiautomobile roads in the world. The route through Utah takes the travelcer ot this Juvcnllo municipality scenery In these sections inspires the er to Arizona and the Orand Canyon 86V4 acres ot land for salo In Gartho who has 'faithfully performed Ky., traveler with the "Bee Amerloa First" ot the Colorado river. Dy turning Wollacoton, rard County, near reaching Olenwood spirit, and it he be one who has vis- north before duties for which ho was elected H will sell $55 per acre and give Belle Isle swimming pavilion, Detroit. Opposite this pavilion the Cadillaqua ited the mountain resorts ot the Old Springs one oan reach Meeker, Steamtho possession for Blvon a two weeks' outing nt Jan. 1, 1913. This la a World, he Is sure to doclare that he boat Springs and the vast and prac- water court will be conttructed. Here will be held the swimming, rowing and , camp lu Michigan. Iloyvlllo summer great bargain. baa seen nothing to equal the tically undeveloped empire ot north- eanoelng races during Cadillaqua water fete, July Tho Christian Humid. D. N. Welch, Derea. Ky. grandeur of the Rocky mountains of western Colorado. The atate highway commission is his own native America. The trip from Denver to Estes Park planning great circle routes through PALACE MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY easily a scenic wonderland, and as and return can BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE day in an auto, be made exhaust inthe the completed new opportunities they will but to are possibilities of the roads be created for the automobile touaoenia All kinds of fresh and cured meats and lard. A COMPLETE LINE through the park and its environs re- rist Colorado haa been aptly termed Fish, Oysters and Poultry in Season. quires weeks of time. "The Playground ot America," and aa Hardware, Paints, Mowing Machines, Fansisg Implements, Gasoline and All kinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries. Dut this is only a beginning. From the wonderful opportunities for motorOil Stoves, and Groceries PROMPT DBLIVKRY Colorado Springs one can travel west- ing in Colorado become more generalward into tbo very heart ot the ly known the truthfulness ot this GiveUa B. ROBERTS, Prop. CLARKSTON U. Rookies by way ot Ute Pass to Cas- term will become a matter of comPhone 57, t' c :' Coyle BuUUag, Mali St,. cade, Oreen Mountain Fulls, Hartsel, mon knowledge. MAIN STRUT, near Bank "Hog-Back," I rlm-rock- zmm itki i i a iii lit ww H ar wt" e ii box-lik- e I I snow-cappe- d Colo-rado,b- ut .sh ! X. ww us-ti- al I i hard-fnuR- - s i Wn-bor- o . Ar-ttst- ." iHalMr '..'J"ttist;j i' HBSi. "tlEcvr gnmu-room- s, s, ht - ''Vlt?M t 22-2- pHccRUht j d. aCa" t- t Page Six. THE CITIZEN. July 11, 1912. PROLOGUE. This romance of Freckles and the Angel of the Limbcrlost is one of the moat novel, entertain' ing, wholesome and fascinating glories that have coma from the pen of an American author in many years. The characters in this sylvan tale are-- : - Freckles, a plucky waif who guards the Limbcrlost timber leases and dreams of angels. The Swamp Angel, in whom Freckles' sweetest dream ma terialixes. McLean, a member of a lumber company, who befriends Freckles. Mrs. Duncan, who gives moth' er love and a home to Freokles. Duncan, head teamster of McLean's timber gang. The Bird Woman, who is col- lost felativl lecting camera studies of birds for a book. Lord and Lady O'More, who come from Ireland in quest of a S5? - The Man of Affairs, brusque of manner, but big of heart. Wessner, a timber thief who wants rascality made easy. Black Jack, a villain to whom thought of repentance comes too late. (Continued from last weeks issue) SYNOPSIS. rrscklss, a homtlMi boy. Is Mrsd 7 Sou McLean to guard tha xpnt It Umber In U Llmberlost from timber thlarea. Frecklea doe hU work faithfully, raakafl frltnda with the bird and ream to know mora about nature. He Urea with Mr. ud lira. Duncan. Ha rasorves to cat books and educate MmaeU. lie becomes Interested In a hug pair of vultures and catla bis bird friaade bis "chickens." Some of the trees be Is guarding era worth 8.000 each. Freckles' books arrive. Herecelves a.callfrom Wessnar. CHAPTER TRECXLX3 FACES V. TROUBLE. 1 closer the swale than they Usually ventured, and from tbelr wild gestures be knew tbat something had happened. He broke Into a run, but the cry tbat reached him was, "The books hare cornel" They found books on birds, trees, flowers, moths and butterflies. There was also one containing Freckles' bullfrog, true to life. And besides these were a butterfly net, a naturalist's tin specimen box. a bottle of gasoline, a box of cotton, a paper of long steel specimen pins and a letter telling what all these things were and bow to use them. At the discovery of each new treasure Freckles shouted, "Will you be looking at this now!" Mrs. Duncan cried, "Weel, I be drawed on!" When Freckles started for the trail lyiOMIh'G from a long-- day on the 1 1 I tra11, Frecklea saw Duncan's JVyl children awaiting Urn mucb nexj morning the shining new speci- men box flashed on bis back. The black "chicken," a mere speck in the blue, caught the gleam of it and wondered what It was. The folded net bung by the boy's hatchet, and the bird book was In the box. ije walked the line and tested each section scrupulously, watching every foot of the trail, for be was determined not to slight hts work. But if ever a boy "made haste slowly" In n hurry It was Freckles that morning. When at last be reached tbo space ho' had cleared out and fitted up around bis case bis heart swelled with the prldo of possessing even so much that he could call bis own. He had made a large room with the door of the case set even with 'one sldo of It On threo sides line big bushes of wild rose climbed to the lower branches of tho trees. Tart of his walls were mallow, part alder, thorn, Below there willow and dogwood. filled in a solid mass of pale pink sheep laurel and yellow St John's wort, while tbo amber threads of the dodder Interlaced everywhere. At one side the swamp came close and cattails grew In profusion. In front of them be bad planted a row of water hya- cinths without disturbing in the least (he state of tbelr azure bloom, and me before I leave you hefc carflon, for think it was duo to tho fact that ho his own ncrcs and over bis grave hu Green lights Pcgnn to piny throngh your enrenss would turn the ttummlck lived with his own folks all tho planted beautiful trees, and Vines the gray of Freckles' eyes. "Wessner," ho said impressively, of mo chickens!" emotime, because, thcro Is n pent-u- p nnd flowers were in God's aero In Down at tho enmp thnt morning "you'd make a fine pattern for tho fation nnd n lack of outlet that caus- tho corner of his field. Don't you so- palther of liars! Every man on tbat Wcssncr's conduct hnd been seo that ho expected to llvo thero gang Is strong ntul hllthy, pnld nil ha pable nn rxcuso to force n discharge ed him to bo always under tension. I think another reason why tho nnd his peoplo for over. But what earns nnd treated with the courtesy of that Duncan moved near McLean and solitary farmer was a passlonnto man has happened? Slnco liOO thnt fanna gentleman. As for tho boss living whispered, "Think of tho boy, slrl" a er has decided to soil his farm. Ho McLean was so troubled thnt nn wns tho tact that he practiced like n prince, be shores faro with yon hour Inter he mounted Nellie nnd fol- good many trades. After ho has gone has put n prlco upon tho doorstono every day of your lives." lowed Wessner to his homo In Wildcat Wessner was not n born diplomat, ho has to prepare n hide whero ho Kit nt his mother's knoe, but ho saw he was on the wrong tack, Hollow, only to find thnt ho hnd left nnd turn around and buy or sell, or u prlco upon tho lioarthfitono whero bending for tho thero n little before, and ho tried another. In his father taught him. II J has put a roof. Mcl.enn rodo nt top mnko a hat or repair a "Freckles, old fellow," he said, "If Limbcrlost. n dozen prlco upon God's aero, whore his peoyou let me giro you a polnler I can speed. When Mrs. Dunean told htm other words, ho practices put you on to making a cool Ave hun- thnt n man nnswerlng Werner's de- trades, and between ono trndo ami plo sleep. And bo in Now England C0PYR1CKT. 1904, BY DOUBLEDAY, PACE dred without stepping out of your scription had gone down the west side nllntlinr llinrn In n klml of InzlnefcS and New York tho farmers In largo CO. of the swnmp near noon he left tho and n languor that comes over him. numbers havo cvory man priced his trncks." ninro In her chnrgo nnd followed on j 1 used to mnko my friends In Now wnj( iavo gono nto speculation, not Freckles drew back. foot. When he heard voices ho enter- . iorK nngry uy nayniH uiui mu naw" na "You needn't be nfrnld of speaking cstato agents UUl as lanuers ed tho swamp nnd silently crept near whero iho ground rose higher for I1L1 up," he that my ancestors used whiskey was j ready to move. said. "There isn't a lonl in floor a row of foxfire thnt wonld soon the Limbcrlost save the birds and the Just in time to hear Wessner whins; bocauso they had thnt languor be- ,jno of our collego presidents hod be open. beasts unless some of your sort's come "But I can't fight you, Freckles. I twecn occupations. Bnd that only thoso farmeru In Uio To the left ho had discovered n queer along nnd's crowding the privileges of hain't done nothing (o you. I'm away In nny case, tho religion of n soil- - eastern states who brought from Eu- natural arrangement of tW trees tbat tbc legnl tlnlnts." bigger than you, and you've only one grew to glnnt size and were set In u (ary farmer was mado up of personal roo n better method of cultivating "None of my friends along," said hand." gradunlly narrowing spneo so that n Wessner "Nobody knew I enme but lalvatlon, passion nnd emotion. Ho tho soil have been nblo to rcslBt in week.) (Continued next long, open vista stretched away until Black J I menu n friend of mine. believed In rcvlvnllsm nnd nothing the East tho competition of- - Western If lost in the dim recesses of the swnmp. you want to hear sense nnd net with f t.go. lieo ln:id. Many of tho farmers The Country Church A little trimming back of uuderbush reason he can see you Inter, but It ain't England. Ohio, IMnnXyivanla, 1S30 n Contlmml from pugr thrtr Now thero wns In about rolling out of dead logs, leveling of necessary. We can make nil tho plans Tcnnes-whol- o this n'l venture Kentucky and floor and carpeting of moss, made It needed. Tbo trick's so dead small uud tho trouble with country churches, pient revival of religion over '. havo gono west mid gotio wttt easy to undcrstond why Freckles had easy." country Just such as wo aro hiondly speaking, might bo expressed named this the "cathedral," yet bo bad I "Must be If you havo the engineering having now a chnngo of men's minds oKaln since tbo Civil War. in tho neglect by country people of 1 groves of it," said Freckles. not hero to coiidrmn or prnlMv never been taught that "the churches did But ho heard what Is called business management; and tho were God's first temples." bay tho spcculatlvo farmer with n sigh of relief (bat they were Kind if that not do. There wns n new nnd yet I do not llko to uso On either side of the trees that con alone. tho rtlU 1,1 lot as Bod n nmn church that was coming then. Th stltuted the first arch of this dim vlstn Wessner was Impervious. "You Just t;rm. I will lllustrnto what I mean solitary days were over, and I" i snnoii man as the other, when , of the swnmp he planted ferns that , bet It is! Why, only think. Freckles, a llttlo better by a story. A young .., n t .ittin tVll 111 lfll'il , 111. i...w fid I'loft. tho great prwiclicrs to Individual "is church - haa changed as ho has. 111. .... . grew waist high this early In the slnvln' nwoy at n measly little $30 n .v " .w.i. HUU conception M"y of on- churches nre simulative, mid so skillfully had the work ' month, nnd hero Is n chance to clear Il.UUlltl. man who wns interested touls passed out a now been dune tbat not a frond drooped $500 In n dnyl You surely won't bo religion camo In. Now that chano Colleges llko this aro not supported of in uie mailer, wum 10 view a xva whoso gosiel of life Is a gos- Opposite he tbo fool to miss It!" because of the change. n wiso woman, a woman of vns a creat chance. j pel a space and made a flowerbed. that cleared of speculation. They seo "And how was you proposing for Now country peoplo did not thln't Every day saw the addition of new me to stale It?" Inquired Freckles. tho world, her elder, who could see In land and oil and railat first that tho young people's so- Investment projiosed marriage exspecimens. "Or am I Just to find It laying In me nothing in this roads pays and they wish to invest cept the overflowing and abounding cieties and men's brotherhoods nnd In men. ' On tho line side he left the bushes path about the line?" thick for conccnlment and entered by "That's It Freckles." blustered the love sho had for the young limn. "I gymnastics nnd district nurses were But I want to pass quickly to tho ' Tn,.limnn .yMlA Ilia Mho a narrow path be and Duncan had A'UlV.llll.llU, uuu I, Jilt. IV jua. lu Itn.1 (I. want to ask ono question about this Christian. Whereas tho man con-ricleared In setting up the case. He You needn't know a thing. You name man," sho said: "Is his future assur- f.iK'8 to church where ho rents his fourth tyim of church, which I to bo tho destination of tho called this the front door, though he 0 morning when you will walk up the ed?" And Edith said, "Oh, yes, aunty, pew and gives his money to foreign farmer of this country. 1 will call him used every precaution to hide It. lie west side of the swamp and then turn several of round nnd walk bnck down the same ho was baptized as a child." Now missions and hears n sermon preuched tho husbandman. I mil tempted lo built rustic seats between tbc trees, leveled the floor and thickly side again nnd the money Is yours, Edith had about tho same view of without notes Is probably not In tho use somethlDg llko a pun, and Kiy dog Couldn't anything be easier than thnt, marriage as some people havo about church with tho solitary farmer. I carpeted It with rank, heavy woolly ho Is the man who marries tho laud. moss. About the case be planted wild tho churfh. They think It Is nil right heard a story about Bishop Hartley. I saw, passing through Pennsylvania lit clematis, bittersweet and wild grape- IIUU1U entirely on tho man," sold If they havo tho sacrament, tho Bi- Ho preached In Kentucky and went some tlmo ago, a ctitlou named Ueu-lavines and trained them over it until crecKies. ine uir. or n inric nnnging ble and tho preaching of tho word. hunting, and as ho was shooting at n ' and 1 said "I will go out and too it was almost covered. above tbo swale beside them was not None of thoso men would marry their good duck ho camo in contact with how well Beulab is married." And Freckles walked sweeter than the sweetness of bis This morning a good old six foot mountaineer. And sky overhead and tho gretn straight to his case, unlocked It and voice. "To some It would seem to daughters to n young ninn who toolt countryman noticed that the the blue set Ills apparatus and dinner inside. come nlsy as breathing, and to some tho sacrament right and understood the below had mado a beautiful place, He took out the blrdbool. turned to wrlngln' the last drop of their hearts' tho Blblo right and no more. If he townsman could shoot lots of birds. but that laud hud not liwn married the section beaded "V." Fast "veery" blood couldn't force thlral. I'm not put hts daughter Into an institution And they exchanged experiences and or It was no longer tilled, but In and "vlreo" be went, on down the line the man that goes Into a scheme like llko marlago ho would expect her tassed tho day together. Each man great until his Anger, trembling with eager- that with tho blindfold over me eyes, to bo taken care of and provided for icspected tho other man's prowess tho center of tho valley was a for, you sec. It manes to break trust ness, stopped at "vulture." gun. And when they parted pile whereou had been disgorged thJ well. Ho would ask the question, "Is with tho "'Great black California vulture," with tbc boss, and I've served him this man able to provldo my daughter they shook hands and the. country refuse of tho mines. As tho coal and Iron liinl faithful ns I knew. You'll havo to bo taken nut ther hud read. be man asked, "Where uo you live: "Humph! This side the Ilockles will making tho thing very clear to me with nn Incomo?" But somo people left tho huge unsightly deposit which say about a church, "All It needs Is "I'm a preacher, from Louisville, .' 'it would tnKo years to restore. Tho understanding." do for us." "It's so dead easy," repeated Wess- the word preached and tho sacra- ''Well, you ain't no preacher llko speculator Is the man who came to " 'Common turkey buzzard.' "Well, we ain't hunting common tur- ner, "It makes me tired of tho ments, and tho rest will follow." down this way." Then tho prench.fr of It You sec, there's a few But tho Lord In heaven did not mean wroto down something on a card nnd tho farmer aud said, "I will give McLean said chickens and keys. you so much for your coal." Aud this trees In the swamp that's real gold what he says goes." be carried said, "This will put you In my seat should Two that his church mines. There's three especial. tJ " 'Black vulture of the south.' " In Uie church." The next Sunday th? man has turned bis land over aro back In, but one's square on the on In any such way, nnd this Is what "Here we are nrrlved at once." pew. parties who thus would mnko a little, Is tall man was In tho bishop's Freckles' finger followed the line, line. Why, your pottering old Scotch I want to say, that tho Church and has turned his timber over to fool of a boss nailed the wire to it meant by the Lord to be a good kind rtiid after church the bishop got rid others nnd tho land Is weakened and and he read scraps aloud. no of a thermometer of how well tho of his vestments as quickly as ho " 'Common In the south. Sometimes with bis own hands! He never ravished. And tho great troublo is called Jim Crow. Nearest equivalent ticed whero the bark bad been peeled people are getting on. It tho people could and got down nnd took tho that wo bao been so desirous of " nor saw what it was. If you will stay arc not doing well the church will stranger by tho hand and they looked to C-" the Pharaoh's chickens of Euro- on this side of the trail Just one day not do well. If the peoplo aro menu Into each other's faces. And tho Epis- change and alteration In tho life tit tho country that everything has pean species. Sometimes stray north we can have it cut, loaded and ready mean It cannot copalian bishop said, "I was glad to to drive out at night. Next morning tho church will bo turned Into money. The very tts far as Virginia and Kentucky"' have you como In and worship God been ... d peoplo aro . .. ..... "And sometimes farther," interpo- yon can And It, report and bo tho help It If the u wumca u"u with us today. Hope you enjoyoj I Wl tho church will bo lated Freckles, "cos I got them right busiest man in the search for us. Wo iurnv ,n, ,noac' whol commuul. pictures I know where to Ax it all safe and easy. The church ctn never be much but the uorzhip." And the countryman tlC8 havo 8old here In Indiana so like these tnclr children to tho said, i can just see me big chicken bobbing Then McLean has a bet up with a what tho people arc. God meant it looked nt him a moment nnd couple of the gang that there can't bo so. "Well no. Mr. Hartley, I have dono mln' Tnere aro communities whero up to get his ears boxed. Hey?" 10 t' 44 "W a raw stump found In the Limbcrlost tho best I could to keep up 'Light blue eggs " with 11 U not fcafo for V Now wo havo had In this country Mrvu are. Thebo condl-In- g There's plenty of witnesses to swear "Golly, I got to be seeing them!" to tho boat of my think- - oW UM'lr of farmers. They havo jou, but 44 big ns a common turkey's, but to it, and I know threo that will. four kinds you was cut out for a shooter." ll0DB ba, B0DO 80 rnr tftat wo ftr0 shaped like a hen's, heavily splotched There's a cool thousand, and this tree not all come In every place, but they You seo tho point, don't you. that maklu6 lawa alnl pultlug a price Is worth all of tbat raw. Say, Iff n bcem to go ncross tho stage In tho with chocolate' " on n'yt4'''1B "io honor of a gold mine, I tell you. and Just $500 of one, two, three, four order. And If In didn't consider that rellclon could , "Caramels, I suppose. And" on"" l 4o lnlr of a child, expressed In thoso forms and lttur--' yours. no danger on you havo had one you nre likely There's It is in hollow logs or stumps." Uut lhr la now coming a class of Wasn't I barking up earth to you. for you've got McLean to have two and three, and four will gles, In sitting and standing and In farmer who lovo tho "Oh, hagginy! land and who wrong tree though? Ought to been that bamboozled you could sell out the probably como. Tills Is tho kind of lobes and vestments. They were not the Now that Is a good navo lel"nlned that Uiey will treat ground all this time. whole swnmp and he'd never mistrust farmers wo havo had in this country. to him looking near the deal the way It Is with the country uio son as a man treats a woman Now It's all to do over, and I suspect you. What do you say?" "Is In the stato of Indiana they have all church, Freckles' soul was satisfied. that ho loves. For man can treat n the sooner I start the sooner I'll be four. that nlir be asked. woman whom bo loves so that when likely to And tbem." Tho second kind of farmer was "If There Is tho man who Is tho soli"No, It ain't" said Wessner. sho Is forty sho la more charming Freckles ate und drank bis last drop man tary farmer, thero Is tho household very different from the solitary farmup and be a of water. He sat resting a little and you want to brace than at twenty, and when sho is In er becauso as tho country settled tji sixty sho is more lovely watching the sky to see If his big and go into the thing for keeps you farmer, there Is tho speculator than when he had his family about him. Ho up there. But can make Ave times thnt in a week. farm land, and then there Is tho huschicken was banging ho first saw her. It Is Just as poesl-bi- o wo had a hired man, and his wife's peobe came to the earth abruptly, for My friend knows a dozen others for peoplo who lovo tho land to could get out in a few days, and all bandman, or tho man who marries plo and a hired girl sometimes there were steps coming down the you'd nnd n have to do would 1k to keep out tho land and makes It bis wife. The maiden trail tbat were neither McLean's nor aunt lived with him. This treat It In such a way that It is your tiling I want to tell you about Is this, you richer for every year that they bate Duncan's, and there never bad been of sight Then some could take begin man bad also neighbors, and hts night and skip Freckles' heart leaped hotly. money and gentleman somewhere else. that each man has had a church like neighbors' land bordered upon his lived upon It. Tho Quakers were such others. a unto himself and his church was difleOp!o. They learned in England how He ran a quick band over bis belt to life like you do think about It?" ferent from his neighbor's church. own. There was neighborly inter- to till the soli. They had tilled that feel If his revolver and bntcbet were What Freckles purred like a kitten. You hnd what I wont to man that course. there, caught up his cudgel and laid land for almost two hundred year, " Twould be a rare Joke on the boss." Tho solitary farmer is the It across bis knees, then sat quietly tills tho land alone. Ho went into call a Household farmer. The house and at tho end of two hundred years bo said, "to bo stanlln' from him the hold farmer had a church llko unto waiting. Was It Black Jack, or some very thing '10 he's trusted me to guard the woods to cut down tho forests I Iniseif. It was very ,,auJ ,wa8 rlcht'r tuan one even worse? Forced to do somedifferent from W and be getting mo wages all winter and clear tho land and ubo the plow tl thing to brace his nerves, be puckered II... ' t TOnCO II1CTO SrO Uo ifinn.l n nn... In flrf And you'ro making to break and prepare U10 uod. His peasants tilling tho soil, raising bis stiffening lips and began whistling throwed in free. with high. Me to be getting wlfo worked at homo whllo ho was church, where ho always sat a tune he hud led In bis clear tenor the pay awful family. Tho minister sometimes seven cropa a year, because these simple little awny, an day long, preparing tho fooi' his every yeur of his life at the home Ave hundred for such a thing as tbat You're tratlng me most spinning, or weaving, or iiicndlnf, read hU sermon. Ho was a learned men know how to till tho soli. And Christmas exercises. that land has been under tillage for awny beyond all royal indade! Bowing and going her ways about lireacner. Tho church had a prayer' Ills quick Irish wit roused to the I'd be expecting. It's Slvlnteen clnts would or d meeting. It had, finally, about the ,uu,u l,,uu a 'usanu years, ridiculousness of It aud be burst Into It must tho houso, with her children about for that of tho period of tho household t,nuou,ily fading man and contlnu-furme- r, a laugh that steadied hlin amazingly. be a big price thorough. Job. you wait hnr. Sho was thinking her own Just Through tho bushes bo caught a be looked Into about 1890, a young people's ully setting richer. And up hero lu tho turn In the thoughts, very oltcn getting 1,10 Btato r 0ul thoro ttro thirty-churc- h glimpse of the oncoming figure. Ills here until I do a minute's eschortlng you hublt of talking to herself, to lonely society of Christian Endeavor. Tho fm,r swamp, and then I'll be s, counl'' that are really heart flooded with Joy, for It was a wns mado up of a group of you the she was. And that man out with his man from tho gang. Wessner bad out to the clearing and giving 1088 tnan produced fifty working and living to j lne . answer." alono was thluklng his own axe been Lis bunk mate the night be came Freckles lifted the overhanging thoughts, and sometimes n treo fell cether. Now theco nconlo didn't ran. . t,ar8 aS- - A Breut part of tho Uult- down the corduroy. This was no tlm-be- r bushes and hurried back to the case, as he did not think It would fall. Now iiuythlng about their neighbors who cd Sttttt'' '8 Producing less year by thief. Freckles sprang up and , ' voar tlinn - iirriitn,..ui (I unslung the specimen box and laid tl. lltltVU'IHW i. Ull ..... called cheerily, a wurin welcome on his lie religion Just as lone- went to another church. And did It Inside with bis hatchet and revolver, that man had a not care about how many churches lng tlmo. And they have left It to face. think lie slipped the key In bis pocket and ly as hla work. Ho did not himself there wero because tho family was become poorer thun It was before. "Well, it's good telling If you're glad went back to Wessner. of anything In religion but Now tho farmer who Is a husbandto see me," said Wessner. "We been "Now for tho answer," ho said. and bow his soul could get saved. 11 tbo great thing In tho churches ct man is building u bearing down at the camp you were church and a school tho community. up!" feoul ho would say: llko unto himself. And tho solitary so mighty touchy you didn't allow a "Stand was Iron In bis voice, and he asked about bis Thcro tell I will Is tho kind of church you will It "Brethren and slstcro, man within a rod of the line."' was commanding llko an outraged gen jou about tho time I was converted." find In TVnncusee in great numbers, farmer did not llko tho husbandman's "No more do I," answered Freckles, "Anything you want to be tak- He works all day alono to save hla but when you go north into ernl. the church. Nor could tho husbandman "If he's n stronger, but you're from ing off?" be questioned. c worship in with II fo and ho prays McLean, ain't your' it stato of Ohio thoso country churches tary farmer,tho churchnothing tho soliWessner looked tho astonishment he bly and his to hear la tho "Oh, curse McLean!" said Wessner. fanner are In night for God to save his soul, and of tho household felt "Why, no. Freckles," be said. Freckles gripped the cudgel. tiouble. A great change has como world but personal salvation. "Have tbo goodness to bo calling me that Is bis religion. He does not Now I lay dowu this proposition, "And nre you rullly saying so?" ho Mr. McLean," snapped Freckles. 'Tm to pass. Tho church was llko the In foreign missions, nor In Sun Inquired with elaborate politeness. resarvln' me pet name for the day School. Ho does not bellevo in f armor who built them, and bo was that the church In tho country will "So after "Yes, I am," SHld Wessner. use of me friends! You may stand young people's societies but believes mado what be was by tho way lie conform to tho tyiw of tho farmer. would every other man of the gang If Tho great economist at Harvard, Prof. with your back to the light or bo tak- In the religion of ono man, and n got a living. they wasn't too big cowards to say ing any advantage you want." thing And tho third kind of farmer was Carver, says that the problem of tho sermon to ono man. Another anything unless maybe that other slob, "Why, what do you mean?" splutter- al.n..f n.lo mnn Tl waft vprw fimfitlmi. a speculator. Now berlng old Scotchman Duncan. Grind-lutho household country must bo settled by tho coun-I '""" " ed Wessner. try church, becauso nothing but tho ... -rra.A n.r,A wna full nf farmer in New England so much the lives out of us! Working us v "I'm manlnV said Freckles tersely, Ul. 1UQ DVIIUIIJ 4Utu.it nM tun like dogs and puylng us starvation that hts land belonged to him church can lead the fanner to uso out rasslon; bo would fight and did not a quarter section of h wages, while be rolls up his milllous "to lick and may tbejlpll. largln. "Ipy Object to fighting and being shot. 1 that ho burled bis lather's body in sclenco in bis farming. ofjpUj nnjl llvesjke. ajrlncel" (Ccutiuuril ou past tttcn FRECKLES IPirta c j '. i "l J sen-so- kiui-'.vomn- u, ! io J , h, Ix-r- . a h large-hearte- large-hearte- d. , 4 ' -- V' ! con-en- produc-household- g 1 "" 11 1 cd July i, 1912. THIS CITIZEN Page Seven. America Must Be Leader In Move For Peace By tlnroneas nERTHA VON 5UTTNER. Peace Advocate nvcrting of war through nrmnmcnt or partial can bo brought nbout by tho infusion into tho pcaco of moro lifo and energy and an nggrcssivo campaign ngainst tho military spirit In tho final analysis it is PUI1LI0 OPINION which, after nil, lias tho greatest inlluonco to enforco pcaco if it is onco awakened to a realization of its power in this direction. Tho American pcoplo as n wliolo perhaps havo no idea of how might, power and prestige in Kuropo aro ALL ON TIIE SIDE OF THE MIUTAUY SYSTEM. Militarism, wealth immeasurable, tho royal courts, tho judiciary, tho great political men, tho press all aro on tho side of tho military spirit, and theso aro threatening a catastro-ph- o for Europo that will 6ct back civilization for n century. CUE HOPEFULLY WE EUROPEAN PEACE WORKERS LOOK ACROSS THE ATLANTIC TO THE GREAT AMERICAN PEOPLE. . . . INTENSIVE FARMING Rape Mukes Good Forage . . . Handy Plant Suited for Pasture Especially for Sheep and Hogs May Be Sown in Corn. completo Its growth. If sown early lu tho spring, early summer pasturo will bo procured; If sewn lato lu tho Bummer, It will make. cpUndld fall pas- turc. Many fanmrs who pasture their corn fields lu tho fall bow rapo lu tho corn at tho last cultivation. This makes a good growth by tho tlmo tho corn Is ieady to liarvcst, and furnUhes plnty of succulent feed until early winter. Hapo Boed may bo sown cither broadcast or In drills. When sown broadcast from 3 to C pounds cf seed r aero nro required; when town of seed In drills from 1 to 2 pounds W. II, Darst, should bo used. jCollego of Agriculture, 'Ohio Stato University. I ' Ilapo Is 0110 of tho excellent forugo croi3 that Is easily grown. It Is a hardy pluut that gives largo crops, eultnblo for pasture, being especially valuablo for sheen and hogs. H iit pastured too severely, It will grow tip again rind ngnlu Boveral times :n u season, making later pasturngo In tho fall than any other crop, often l ing after ' frost has killed othsr forma of vegetation. This plant Is a member of tho cabbago family. Dwarf Ksscx Is tho best known variety and tho ono commonly grown. Hapo will grew on a. variety of soils. It may bo sown any tlinu in tho spring 3 toon as tho ground yI11 tl to work. Krom eight to tou v. oeks art required for tho plant to Corn Growers Association At tho last business meeting of tho Kontucky Corn Growers" Association It was dided to enlargo tho bcoiki of its work in order to Include other farm crops. At tho next annual show, In January, wheat, oats, cowns and soy lioans will bo Is added to tho list. This notlco given In order that all who deslro to do w may reserve material for theso exhibits. A Bivcial feature of tho next corn show will bo tho r.wardlng by ty dollar silver pitcher, offered tho Ijxlngton Commercial Club, for un tho best showing of profits on acre of corn by any resident of Kentucky of any age. This trophy must bo won twlco by tho Bamo person before becoming tho permanent property of tho winner. It was awarded last year to I. V. Hooper of Mor- ganfp'ld. An Itemized expeuto account, Including nit labor, must bo ' ofoflf- - i kept for this contest. Geo. Roberts, Secretary. run over tho Uttlo wheel. Then ho exclaimed: "Go on, llttlo wheel, tho Continued Irora Page M big wheel will never catch you." A farmer out In 'Missouri was Tll0 g wheel Is tho Increasing price peaking In a moctlng over which ot tho land tho llttlo wheel Is tho I was presiding. Ho said: "I pretty farmer's Income. If tho farmer's in- nearly loot my religion a few jea-- s como can keep up with tho lncreaa- ngo through a crop of corn. 1 thought iUK price of farm land tho farmer to havo a great crop wui stay on tho land. Hut, men and 1 was going then It produced nothing. 1 was women, tho church In tho country nnd bitterly dlsap.iolntcd, for," ho said, stands on four whools. Tho country "I am poor, and I need tho money, church is not based ou money that and 1 am determined to find out why can bo got by selling land, but by that land didn't produce corn." Ito what cau bo raised out of tho laud, uiado every effort. Ho cent bomo You cannot mako a church out of land to tho University and finally dollars. It Is mado out of bushels, at in a collego town jierhaps you cau found ho needed ultrogen. And tho ond of a long period ot struggle uiako a collego church out of books and patience and waiting ho had u and brains. Hut you must mako u great stand of corn. And ho learned country church out of bushels and that pounds and tons and quarts becauso how to produce corn. Dut all tho church In tho country God means tho church to be a test struggli'i u of how well thoso people nre doing, cured nothing about. And wheu wont U church ho heard nothing but Kow when tho land goes up moro this: "Urethren, submit yourselves to than his lucoino tho farmer moves ueed-nt- o town somo day and ho shakes tho hand of tho lird" What ho fight for victory, and tho hands with all his friends and says: cd was to church gave him no help. Tho coun- "Well, I havo done well, I sold my must produco tho spirit farm for a hundred dollars an aero." try church Yos, la which this new knowledge bhall I"11? yes, but ho Is not a farmer more. Ho has quit. I am a u3Cd. preacher. Now suppose when I nm An Indiana farmer camo homo and iforty-flv- o I como to you and say: said to his eon: "Hoy. I was offered "I have preached bo well until now an aero for tho farm. Now, boy, I'M that I havo quit." Would 1 bo a do you know that wheu I was your success? Tho church's need shows ten dol- ami I bought this farm for that a farmer, to bo a good farmer, tars an acre Don't you think you had must stay. And tho Letter stay on tho farm?" A boy goes off to school, and his boy said to him: "Father, I havo boen question. 1 sup- - father at homo pays his expenses out thinking over tho poso you could get 1200 au acre. Now, .of hard work and sweat and saving, father you sell this farm for $200 an and tho boy comes hero to Uorca. And acre. If It Is worth $200 au aero you 'ho is a farmor's son. And after he and I, for all our hard work, ureU't Is dono and has had everything that making moro Uian two per cent cn Bcrca can give him ho goes to Cln-th- ls investment. Sell tho farm and jclnnatl and not to tho farm. Ho Is Tho put tho money In tho bank nud mako j not a buccoss, but a failure. four por cent without turning over sacrlf Ico has been mado to send him to yoer hand, and glvo 1110 my part ad to school and ho has gono off I will mako ton por conL" Tho only tho city. In way is to help that farmer ralso ' Anotlior thing is tho chango moro and get a better profit. Kn- - tho values of tulngu In tho country, courago him with lectures, Instl- - jn ttio early times wo took off the lutes, and discussions, to get a bet- - j firet Valuo of tho land. Now wo deal In witn nmrkot values, and tho problem tcr profit out of his acreage tho farmer's poflt shall S a wholly different problem. When order that keep up with tho rlslug price of tho l)eoI,0 Wero lu a now country, with abundant forests and abundant fields land. When I was a boy my father told it was easy for every man to bo rich. mo about an Irishman who camo from. Hut In a tlmo when tho land Is uil Ireland and of tho sort wo call 'Tad. taken up atd poor folks cannot buy dy from Cork," with his coat but- any land wo havo an entirely now toned down behind. And this Irish- system ot valuoe and wo must all sork together. Tho great troublo man had never seen a wagon and In Philadelphia ho saw a with the farmer la that ho don't know and how to do good buslucss. Ho docs not wagon with big wheels behind llttlo whoels lu front. And when tho kuow how to tako caro ot what ho wagon Btartcd oft ho saw, to his has, Tho farmer docsu't havo cuough amaiemeut, that tho big wheel didn't 'sympathy with tho land The Country Church J four-whoel- feelNow I may hurt somebody's ings, and that Is pertly why I am telling this. When I started to preach Micro was a man named llankln and ho was very pious and very learned, Hut ho had no and no n so. Shortly after ho was mar- lied Bomeono gno him a fresh cow. Six weeks after ho got her sho was dry. Now tho farmers who had given By Edward A. Marsha!, and they til tho cow wondered Director ct NMxiarr Cowm tt MooJr B.1J risked him what was tho matter with What Are Your Tnlenta? laatilula, ChlCJIO tho cow. And ho answered, "Sho has Are Your Aims? Mj they novcr been kick a day." And any asked: "Don't you milk her Berea the Training That Best For YOU. TEXT How much then Is a man better more?" And tho preacher nnswered. than a eheepT-M- att. 12:11 Are you not far advanced? Then entar tha "Not now." And they asked; "Well, Jesus had Just FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thot. A. Edwards, 8uperlntandnt. Hare yom what Is tho troublo that you don't been at tho feast milk her? Did you strip her?" "What at Jerusalem and will bo placed with othors like yoursolf, under a special taaobar, and make You will master Arithmetic and the common was returning to most rapid progresa. do you mean," ho nsked. "Did )mi , Galileo. Ho may branches and bo ready to uso them. You will have singing-- drawing, farm milk her clean, did you tako all tho One yaar la the Founhavo been ncarlng and household management, and free milk ho had?" "Why, no," ho an Capernaum when dation School costs less than $90 and Is worth $1,000. nwered, "wo only needed two iiuaits Aro you aiming to be a teacher? Then Join the ho encountered a day and wo let tho cow Keep tho tho Pharisees, who NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Here you will be rest." That is what I call unsciencomplained of tho trained that you' will fear no examination, and you will be taught how t4 tific farming. bad cxnmplo his teach. The demand for Derea trained teachers tar exceeds the supply, disciples were setHero Is a farmer who Bays: "I am Are you interested In earning money? ting by gathering ono hundred dollars for lay offered THE VOCATIONAL 6CHOOLS, Miles E. Marah, Dean. ripened a few timber,' ns much as to Bay, all I Home Science. heads of wheat Mountain Agriculture. want is tho ono hundred dollars. Tho Nursing. which grow hesldo Woodwork and Carpentry. Business Course, Etc wife Bays: "That Umber stands right tho path. Jesus Printing and Hero you soon doublo your earning power, and learn to enjoy doing over our spring, and you may spoil then entered tho synagogue, whero things In a superior manner. tho spring." ilut John just cuts off Are you desiring the next best thing to a Collage Courts? Then tak the timber and lets the cow keep tho ho healed tho man with tho withered hand, to which they also objected, two years or three years' In the rest. saying: "Is It lawful to heal on tho GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Tw Dean. In B01110 parts of tho stato they Sabbath day?" that they might accuse years, or three years, In such practicalFranela E. Matheny, tor an honorstudies as will fit you raise corn and tako off tho ears and him. Jesus replied with the simplo able and useful life. You solect your studies from such aa these! PhyaW let the stalks stand lu tho field. Now Illustration of tho sheep In a pit and ology the science ot health; Civics the aclence ot government; Grammar wo havo to feed our cows all winter closed by asking, "How much then Is the art ot correct speech and Ethics tho aclence of right a man better than a sheep?" and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence! on tho stalks or tho stato of ConnectiMen and women nro such poor Dotany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; Physloe cut would go bankrupt. An aero of Judges of values that they aro easily the science ot machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc, etc land Is like a cow becauso you till deceived. Merchants deceive their Do you wish to prepare to enter Collage? Start In the that land and It feeds you. Tho farm customers with Imitation silks, wools, BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Franele E. Matheny, and and all manner of grocery products. er ought to improve tho laud, farming that- Improves tho land keeps Tho milkman can water tho milk and Dean. Best training In Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. The) Academy has Its own and Men's Dormitory, and a larje body up tho country church Fanning does cscapo detection except by the- - in- spector's test. Frenzied flnanco takos ot students of high character and ability, able Instructors, and use ot Oo very often destroy laud, and farming millions of dollars from tho pockets lege Library and apparatus. that robs tho land and makes It of tho poor. A flaming ad. In tho paper poorer Is undermining tho church. draws pcoplo to California, Cripple It is dependent upon tho goodness Creek, and tho Klondike for gold. Men " DR. EDWARD C. DOWNING, DEAN. ot tho soil. I Bay, therefore, that a leave their families without a living, good mau Is a man who makes tho breaking their promise to maintain The College itielf stands apart from all the other aohools under lta laud better for his children. And tho wlfo and children, nnd leavo to follow ngement and has long maintained the highest standards known in the South, a vision of gold. Somo To conform to the Carnegie standards we have diminished our former rebad farmer is tho farmer who leaves of them never return. All theso things tho laud worso thau when he got It. show tho fickleness and shallowness quirements! Required and elective studies with opportunity to ooaoentrat In particular lines. Latest college library In Kentucky. Laboratories of human Judgment when It comes to equipped for atudent practice. Coursea leading to the degrees of A. Now another troublo lu tho coun M. tho estlmato of values. wo have got too many try Is that S., B. L., and B. Pad. In any dally paper one may And quochurches. In many of our communi MUSIC (Singing Free). Bead Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theorj of ties wo havo three or four churches. tationsetc., tho value of cattle, sheep, Band, may be taken tor special feea In connection with work In any ot hogs, but not of tho value of a above schools. Ill 0110 placo down lu Tennessee there man. On tho farm tho shepherd caro-full- y uro four churches lu a row and 110 protects his sheep. A lamb, Theso born on a cold, rainy, spring day is minister lives In tho town. churches aro all alike, just the same wrapped in a blanket, placed by tho Berea, Friend of Working Students. Berea College, with Its afflUateA kitchen fire; chickens hatched, are sohools, is not a money-makinInstitution. It requires certain fees, but size, four denominations, ono Presby terian, ono Discpile, ono Methodist put In baskets, carefully guarded and It expends many thousands ot dollars eaoh year tor the benefit ot Its stuand ono Uaptlst. And so they nrraug- - I ,od' b,ut' aI"'.th.e sPlr,tual caro f a dents, giving highest advantages at loweat cost, and arranging for students man If a man poisons to earn and aave In every way. ed it that tho Presbyterian preacher , your BheP( he w, b(J arreste(1( but a OUR SCHOOL 18 LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protest comes tho first Sunday, tho Disci- - hundred saloonkeepers might give the character and reputation of the young people. vOur students come from plo tho next Sunday, tho Methodist , your boy a drink and not one of them the best families and are earnest to do well and lmpVove. For any who may, They may rob be alck the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. tho next and tho Uaptlst tho next, bo held "responsible. Tho buildings all stand in ono lluo. your boy of bis money and manhood All except those with parents In Berea live In College buildings, anfl bis employment, and Is And they uso the Presbyterian church untH no In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable trsia lodg-- . assist "spelled to sleep In a t Ing, and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except In winall ono year, and then tho DIsclplo ,nK house with nothing to eot but .. . .1 . . ter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their mo mm u.u .1 mvuiuui.,.. uuu Vm.-- .1 lUo gQ unraoU,atea hat hJ but Uaptlst. And this enterprising com- - Bnd tneIr business Is protected by tho penses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES tor clothing, laundry, postage, books, eto., vary munlty bought ono stove thatlsinov- - j law; while If your boy should commit ed from church to church year after a crime, when under the influence of with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is the best regardless ot the weather, warm wrass but )ear with tho circuit. And' they havo the liquor he got from ono of them, heo and as students must attend claaaea underolothlng, umbrellas and overshoes are necesaary. The wou,d 00 Punished, nnd the saloon-ongot Just ouo well of water and every e furnishes books, toilet artlolas, work uniforms, umbrellas soi escape that wants a drink gets an U11. keeperIswould protected Poisoning sheep other Btceasajry at fiQtt. by law. "How sheep not tho much th(m ,8 a maa And denominational drink. tfjan a LIVING EXPEN8ES are really below cost. The College asks no rest horses and mules stand hitched t 8boep?" for the fine buildings In which students live, charging only enough roost ono long hitching post. And finally, Sweat shops cost the slow death of rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuol, lights, and washing of bedding asa , wben they had to fence those churches thousands because of the greed for towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, In they did not fence them separately I Bold. A dollar is worth more than a and $1.60 In winter. For furnlahed room, with fueL lights, washing ot beeV frequently ding, 40 to 60 cents tor each person. but built a fenco around them all. human life. Accidents because of the pure careless- SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee tot? They have ouo God and ono Saviour ness on the part of some one who ut- - return of room key, library books, etc This la paid but once, and Is isturno4 ono faith. and ter,. fae(j tQ land they assent to conslder the value ot a whan the student departs. they put this one fenco around all Beoond an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care of school bulleV ' i thoso four churches. God's estimate of the value of men Ings, hospital, library, etc (Students pay nothing for tuition or servtoee sff on the correct one. because teachers all our Instruction la a tree gift). The Incidental Fee for most What essential difference is there the one who makes a thing is the one students Is $5.00 a term. $1.00 In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 la Colls among tho country churches in tho who knowB ,tg W(jrth Th8 va,UQ ot a, great. heop ,8 eaUmato(i in the market ot gtate courses. tilings tuey stand lor this PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent kr democratic, independent faith? 1 do the world, so Qod estimates tho value by the halt term. Installments are as follows not bellovo theso churches should ot a man by tho market ot heaven. the term, board VAUU TKRM you put a soul Jesus estimated that If bo mado ono, 1 think wo should VOCATIONAL AND ACADEMY Into ono scale ot a balance, and the keep our different names aud our difroCHDATION SCHOOLS UO NORMAL COLLlOlt whole world Into the other, the soul Incidental Fee $ 6.00 I 7.00 ferent traditions and our different would outweigh the world. For this Koom 7.00 7.00 Board, 7 weeks . customs, but I say wo should 9 45 9 43 not reason the soul cannot have an earth- 9 43 an- - ,y curso ono another nor halo ouo Amount due Sept. If, 19U $2005 45 yaluei becauM u W0Uld tako moro 'J45 Board 7 weeks, due Oct. jo, 1911 9 45 9 4S other but there Bhould bo u unity of than tho whole world to buy Just one Total for terra 111 Oo J 19 v spirit. But It wo becomo ouo In soul .. eau.oo It pnlit In Hilrnc S3.40 S31.40 Jesus looked at the Pharisees' view spirit and act together and hold to W1NTKR TURM ouo another and help ono another ot things by which they estimated Incidental Pee 6.00 5.00 I t 7.00 Room 600 7. Jo 7.20 theso their opinions, and wondered at their then you will find that all Board, 6 weeks 9 OO 900 9.00 shallow Judgment In the estimation ot churches will bt ono aud tho law tho value ot a man; so he must do to Amount due January I, 1913 I10.00 lu.ao IJ JO Board for 6 weeks, due Feb. 11, 1913 , bhall not say them nay. That is my day as he sees people estimating the 9 00 9.00 9.00 oxperlenco la tho country. Tho great relative values of things they secure, Total for term 1)9 00 Iji.jo l3JO ..,, I SSH.SO It pultl lu advance S30.1O 931.70 business ot tho church Is to bo the and of the unprofitable way in which SPRING TKRM contor of tho wholo community. Not they spend their time. People take a Incidental Fee I 5 00 I 6.00 I 7 00 nnd pay a Room .oo 4.00 that everybody will como into jour 'acy to some 300 Board, weeks 6.75 00,1h Pr'co but'a a ye" or you, as loving thoso church but that Amount due March 6, 191 IS 73 I.S.7S people, should visit them nud know , Board 3 weeks, due Apr. jo, 1913. . . 675 73 a MCona.hand Btoro t0 roake room 73 . them all and mlnglo with them nnd for Mmothlng else which has caught Total for terra fJ5fn.so B 1.00 your their fancy. Do you remember how If paid In advance. mako them understand that S3S.00 .IHS.00 church, however small tho member- many things you discovered tho last Special Expenses Business. ship, usc3 thoso few people to serve tlmo you moved which you had once FaU H'intir String Tela Stenography and Typewriting prized, but which you had come to u.oo I4 ou Jlo.oo fit at tho wholo commuulty, Bookkeeping (regular course) 36 00 1400 1000 il.oo call "rubbish," and bow you remarked, Bookkeeping (brief course) 6.00 iS.oo 7.00 5.00 my church lu tho country there "I wish I bad the money back that I Business cuurse studies for students in lu other departments: wero about twenty families ot Quakers spent on these?" It was becauso you Ktetiogtaphy 10.30 17.00 7.30 900 Typewriting, with out hour's use and twenty families of Irish Catho- - , bad not placed the proper valuo on of Instrument 18 00 6.00 3 00 700 them when you made your purchase. Commercial Law. Commercial Geoglies, 110110 of them members ot my raphy, Commercial Arithmetic or When Christ came to lavestlgate the church, but wo saw to It that all 1. 10 Prnmanthip, each I, So 1.30 J40 condition ot the human raco and see lu 110 case win special iiusiiiess pees eiceea 115.00 per term thoso pcoplo should como at least what he could do to ameliorate the 11th on co a year aud worship our common Buffering caused by sin, he did not Lord at our altar. Aud I thluk you waste his tlmo on trifles by trying to l Any yotnih' man or youu woman can got an education at will agreo that It was as hard a create a bettor environment nor patch liert'ii If tlioro is tilt) will to do so. as Chrlstlau folks ever havo up the weaknesses ot men. task It Is u grunt advantngu to start in tho fall and havu n full yoar ot There are doubtless tow Christians auywhero aud tho church should but what feel from time to tlmo that continuous study. Many young peoplu wnxto time in tliu public schools of Uis mako horsolf tho agency the money they spend here and there going ovor and over llio samo thing, whon they might lie improving principle, that all tho pooplo In tho to grAtify passion or fancy Is worse much fastor by coming to llorea and starting in on new stud Ion with community should havo somo common than wasted. There Is only one way somo ot tho best young men and womun from other counties and states, unity, expressing this, that wo havo , to correct this habit and that la to ask Mtiko your plans to como on Soptombor 11. ono Lord, ono faith, ono baptism and , Qod to give you the true vision ot for Information or frlondly ndvico write to tuo.Socrotnry, ono Father above all, and ono Mas- values as they have been estimated In the commercial rating ot heaven. D. MORTON, Berea, Ky. ter all our lite. j The Value of a Man BE RE A it row-Ke- Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS What 1 1 Hat text-book- Book-Bindin- letter-writin- - class-room- s Berea College rat, m Questions Answered g ,,..,',,. ls ten-con- 1 ! rt tlve-Ster- ylea the-tall- bam ' "n I 1 . s- I Iji-o- . . brlc-a-bra- H7-7- J .... - . ..... .... .... Plan Now, Come September iiblo-lmillm- lu WALTER Paqe Eight. THE CITIZEN. pleased to see all those needing den- - Several others have also contracted tnl work at ills office on the hill, their land to the same company. Mai very Itawllngs and daughter, lien Drowning who lias been attend-Ulady- s, havo gone to Hazard, where lng school nt Uorcn for several r, they will reside with tho former's months Is visiting friends nnd Mrs. ElUn Standafer. They tlves of this place. W, 51. Penning-wi- ll spend n few weeks with Mr. nnd ton nnd 0. W. Drowning mndo n Mrs, Illrnm 'McCrcary of London be- - j business trip to Manchester last lon Frank ilay,Johii Lewis cf Fogertown sjicnt fore reaching llnrard. Mrs. Pcott nnd youngest daughter visited Tuesday with his sister, Mrs. II. C. her mother, Aunt Ilcttlo Lunsford, Morgnnr-T- ho Dev. Han. 'Morgan will last week. Marlon Ison of Hazard prench nt the Mt. Olive church tho spent a few days ns n guest of Mr, second Sunday In this month, nnd Mrs. J. L. Itawllngs. Mr. Ison 0W8LEYC0UNTY Im n grnduato of the Normal Depart- httimikon. nient of Dercn College and hns Just sturgeon July 8. Dev. Joseph returned from tho Philippines, when Ward filled his appointment hero he has been teaching. here last Sunday. He will preach OBITUARY again tho first Satuiday nnd Sunday Every ono was very much surprisSunday school Is proIn August ed to hv?ar of tho sudden denth of gressing nlc.'ly r.t this place with Martin Dray last Monday night. Ho Miss Kftto Wilson as superintendent. was ploughing ccrn and wns stricken I. D. Hrcwti, assistant supt., nnd with an old time trouble which Mlsa Martha W.'lch, secrsttry. Miss resulted In death, a few days Inter. Newcomer cf Korea who Is making ng -- 8 ycnrg of nRe n"d her homo this summer nt Jns. Wll- Mr ,lrav rwn metni,cr 0f tho 0. A. It. He son's Is helping us In our Sunday tPa,s n wlliow nmi BCveral chll- - School work. J. J. Welch Is planning ,iren. to visit his sister, Mrs. Unira Ste- phens, at Knoxvllle, Tenn. Vink Mrs. farmers of this Duck (llbsjn formerly of this plnco vine. July C-- The , vicinity nre much pleased with tho but now of Hamilton, Ohio, Is spend-Lake- s i I ' I I -P- ulv (iabMnl, which occurred n few weeks npo on Iluffalu Creek. People nre beginning to lay by their corn. S. F. Drewer, n member of tho State Legislature, was In our town, today, on business. H. V. Fuller of Flntey, Ohio, Is still grndlnR lumber here. Ho wnnls 20 tennis nt once to hnul to I. nnd W. hbimay. tl. J. Gentry Gentry arrested two denerters from tho I). S. Army this week. They took them to Columbus nnd received oim hundred dollars rewnrd. n, tQia. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Wo 1 Berea Printing School Mtreipa4tatt pabtlikH It Dot for eablieatlon, bat BlfM alined la full by tU wrim. t$mt n STldesca of rood faith. Wilte plainly. lie Department of Berea College (The Citiin it a specimen of our work.) riUNTS HEADS. MANNER, PRICES. Your patronago la asked to help students, and to Insure your getting your monoy'a worth. CALL AT THE OFFICE OR SEND ORDERS DY MAIU YOU WILL GET SATISFACTION. DRESS TERMS CASH. ADHAND-DILL- A Fly In the Milk May Mean A Baby In the Grave Ono hundred were present lost Sunday. The offlcere for next year nro ns follows: Alfred Truett, Supt., Mat-ti- c Medlock, Secretary, E. Pennington, Trees. LETTED. DEPORTS, 8ETU ROCKCASTLE COUNTY nooNic Doone, July 8. A largo crowd attended church nt Fnlrvlcw, June 30th. a Tho Dev. W. J. Imbcrt of passed thru Dojne, Saturday, on his way to Copikt Creek. M. KelUr of Dlchinond wna in lloono one day last week on business. A. D. Levett on wns In Dercn n few days ngo business. Corn crops nre looking fin". MIm Nettle Oblhnm visited aunt, Mis. I). G. M.utln, n few days last week. Walter Wren nnd Hnr-ve- y Huff went to Illinois, a few days ngo. Mrs. Jos. Grant was visiting Mrs. Wm, ltlcli near Dock ford last Sunday. Next Saturday nnd Sunday nre the regular church days at Fnir-vleSqulio Lambert mndo n business trip to Clear Creek, Friday. her Mrs. Geo. Poynter lo visiting daughter, Mro. Winnie In In, near JCrnb Orchard nt present. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 11. I.atnlxTt nnd Mr, and Mrs. Jeos Wren visited .Mrs. 'Mnttle Coyle nour Itockford last Sunday. Mrs. Nora Wren and Miss Lyda Levett made a buslnczs tiip to Conway one (day last week. Public school here began last Monday, July lot, with Miss Hattle IMyntci ns teacher. Dj-le- CAUDS, AND MONS AND DOOKS IN THE DEST rAtlROT Parrot, July 6. Tho farmers In this part are enjoying some nice rains and the corn crops nre looking prosperous. Steve Oabbaid had a working, Friday, and got n nice lot of AT LOWEST Houseflies Feeding on Nipple of Nursing Bottle. Millions of germs of summer complaint are transmitted by flics. Keep them away from the child and bis food. REMEMBER NO FILTH NO FLIES. Screen Doors and Windows. Screen the doors and windows of your borne, especially those of the kitchen, dining room and pantry. If you cannot do this, at least screen the food Itself, especially the milk. In which perms multiply with more than ordinary rapidity. JACKSON COUNTY To The Voters of Jackson County, Kentucky: This Is to certify that the following named persons have Qualified ns candidates for congress In the Tenth Congressional District, as certified to me by tho Secretary of State and their names will appear on the ballots to be voted for at tho Primary election to be held in Jackson County on the 3rd day of August, 1912, viz., ballot, under On the Republican the party emblem, a log cabin, for Congress, Juo W. Langley of Plke-vlll- e, the Democratic ballot, under thj party emblem, a game chicken cock, of for Congress, E. D. Stevenson On J Ky. I'lkevlllo, Ky. 10th Witness my hand this tho day of July, 1912 D. G. Collier, Clerk Jackson County Court. ANNOUNCEMENT We nro authorized to announce Mr. James F. Hays (son of Uncle Dick) of Olln, Ky., as a prospective candidate for sheriff of Jackson County, primary in before the Republican August 1913, ANHVILLB Annvllle, July 8. Crops aro looking fine in this neighborhood. 'Mr. the D. DoVoung and family spent fourth with Dev. Wm. A. Worthins-toG. I. Dader and daughter, Grace, visited Loudon a few days last weeit. E. G. Eversols was calling on the mrcuants here, Mouday, selling hard, ware for Uslknnp. Eldou Davidson from Peoples and L. C. Goodman from Wclchburg wero calling on friends In Annvllle, Sunday afternoon. Fred and W. V. Jones passed through to Annvllle, Friday, on their way Richmond, London, and other plac;s to visit friends uud relatives. Tho public school will begin here next Monday. It. 11. Johnston will teuch. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. C. Little tool: dinner nt the homa of Mr. Jlin Medlock, Sunday, July 7th. Tim Junior will Kings Daughters cf Aunvllle, give an entertainment at Lincoln Thurbday evening, Hull Academy, July 11th, lasting two hours, composed of Instrumental and vocal music and recitations of different kinds. atL. T. Medlock who has been tending Drynnt and Stratton Duslness College at Louisville Is at home with parents and friends for a two weeks vacation. Jessd Truett and L. T. e, Medlock attended tho picnic at tho 4th. Mrs. Kllen Drewer Is visiting her parents, Mr. und Mr. Henry Akeman. Tho Annvllle Sunday school Is progressing nicely. n. Mc-Ke- ited P. Hayes nud others of placo last week. The 'Misses Wo are expecting Sarah K. Williams Harrison and Etta Lewis siient it of Huntsvlllo, Ark., with us at Green- - j few days with .Mr. and Mrs. Wm hall, some time this fall. Greenhall Haley and others of this place laxt was her girlhood homo. She Is ex- vek. Schocl at this placj began lect!ng to come back to see bar July 8th with Lucy Hayes us teachold friends and relatives ns she has Mr. and Mis. James Withers er. been gono 10 years. She still has aro tho proud parents of a nine pound a brother llvlug here. boy. His nnmu Is William L. A new j CLAY COUNTY (Copyright. UU. by W. O. Chapman.) btoro Is being erected by Welch -' 1UIKMNO M'ltlMiH L. C Powell has ? and McKechan. Duming Springs, July 5. The 4th w1irm rains. Chas. Ward cf Conway ng a few weeks hero with her had a ten day calc. Calvin llendrlx passed off very quietly. Our boys ,s vl8lu,lg and relatives nt imreiits. .Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Child. Is teacher of the Log Cabin school. HILVKIl CIIKKK ,ent to Manchester, where thy tha ,,jace.-- A.mUs Necly has sold his Lucy Drower and her son, J. played a game of batcball which was furm Sliver Crock, July 1. MIbs Nannio Gco jioiconib, who will put John, visited her daughter, Mrs. by tho 'Manchester team. Mr. u,, a new stock of goods on the placa. clan Strong, nt West Irvine, last JoIiiiboii left, Sunday, for Livingston, .Mrs. i.wu .urs. uniy wumftCK-gav- e a very Kast woek.-Sch- ool A j Nuly will movo near will beglu here July where she will teach school. ueiignwui dinner party to their Uornctadt where ho will clerk In W. l.Mh with Miss Kato Wllscn as teach- Holloway Is voiy sick. Mrs. Saran friends, A party of girls went to tho, M. Pennington's store. Mrs. Martha er, N'lck Marcurn of Dig Creek Is Dougherty of Winchester Is visiting Pawpaw Grove Tcr a picnic. Those uico and duughtcr, Mary, spent "Pues-l- u spending a fow days here with his her sister, Mrs. Eliza Anderson. In attendance were tho Misses Lucy j,ay at the heme of Mrs. M. L. Fergu-un- d mother. Oscar Morris and his sis- Mr. and Mrs. Dill Davis were Dawllugs, Lily, Daisy EOn. Mrs. Levi Pennington who has ter, Lola, of Island City visited our Dlchinond, Wednesday, on business. Dirdlo n and Lizzie Daker, Mary Clark- - i,een very low with fever Is last Mrs. Dob Hlchardson spent Sunday School, Sunday. A. G. nnd s, Kdgur j proving. Miss Jula Ferguson nnd Ellen ItawllngB. Sherman Drewer went fox huutlng, week with her mother, Mrs. Mollle after spending some weeks gained a crowd cf young folks last Saturday night. Myrtle, the llttlo Laws MlsE Donnlo Kclley spent Sunwith his parents, returned to Humll- - Sunday. day night with Mrs. Hannah Dratch-e- r. Thooo present were tho daughter of F. N. Drewer, Is doln ton to rmmo work In the Champion Messrs. Farmer, McKlnley Dice, 1. nicely under tho watchcaro of I's Dill Davie baa been very blck pajier mills. Mrs. Thos Cojio rf j l. und Levi Pennington, Den grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John but Is Improving slowly. Miss MyrO., and family are visit- - i ng and the Misses Lottie and Kato Iino. D. H. Wilson, ono of our tle Kindred visited Mrs. Dob VIvs Ing at tho homo of her parents, Mr. 'Mnupln, Manila Cnlllhan, Dora nnd leading merchants at Sturgecn will and family Saturday night. and Mrs. Wm. Hubbard. Miss Laurn '.Manda Pennington and Dora Howard. spend this wwk in Iuilsvlllo. McDanlel has gouo to visit her sis- - All report a fine time. Several of the Tommy Flanery of Sturgeon Editor Waxes Sarcastic. spent A Knnsas editor sarcastically antcr, Mrs. James Claikston, of Hamll-- 1 IC. of P. brothers attended tho K. Sunday nt John Lanes' of Island CUy. nounces that he wants to buy a sack t tou, O. The Messrs. Jesse Maggard of P. convention last Wednesday on IKLANU CITY of flour, a pair of and Jesse McDanlel havo returned Crune Creek. J. E. Short of Maul trousers, and U straw hat, and he from Hydcu, where they have built den mado a butlueea trip to Dr. J. M. Island City, July 4. It is reorted la ready to receive bids on thethat same. tho foundation for a commodious of- Morris' of Chcstnutburg last week. that 'J men were Indicted at DooneHo aays that la the way the merchants fice for Dr. G. G. IMaggard who acJames Pennington has contracted vllle this week for tho murder of do when they want two dollars' wortt companied them. The Doctor will Iw his land to Mr. Golden and Company. I ock Gabbard and wounding Wm. of Job work. Atchison Oloba. J corn plowed nnd hoed. Diehard Prlco horns from Hamilton, Ohio, Thursday. Mrs. Flora Colo of Frank. nn, unio, nan oeen visiung n- -r moiner anu sister nt mis pince. Mnrt Combs who has had typhoid fever so long lr able to be out agalu. -- Dr. King of Annvllle, mado a pro- feaslonnl call at Henry Cornelius', this week. Phce Hlllard nnd Dill were visiting friends nnd old , acquaintances ucnr Letter Dox, Sun day, Steve Gabbard, who has been Rick so long with typhoid, Is Improving. Several cf the stavo makers hero are working In tho Davidson timber on Laurel Fork. II. Corne- - . litis nnd wife have typhoid fever. Miss Minnie Price will teach nt Pine Flat this year. She will begin nbout the 15th. Nath Cornelius and John Holland were In Letter Dox, .Sunday, and 8toppeJ at tho home cf Adam Working corn and harvestPrice. ing wheat is tho present occupation of the farmers. School will begin nt this place July 15th with W. M. I Morris ns teacher. Most of the women around here arc getting very Lusy picking berries. Diehard Price nnd Jesse Gabbard left, Sunday, for Winchester. Steve Gabbard Is planning to visit his brother, Andrew, of Annvllle. James Davidson will be gin work In his stave woods on Mod- nac soon. KKIUIY KMIII Kerby Knob, July C Miss Frances Johnson and n friend of hers from Iudlanaiolls visited friends nnd rela- tlves at this place last week. Lou Hatfield was seriously ill last week j but Is now rapidly recovering. Ornn Click has been qutto 211 for the pa3t few days. School will begin nt tills place July 13th vlth Cdrs. Laura ! Smith as teacher. We have hid plenty of rain of late nnd corn crops are looking promising. Oat crops i nre fine. Wnlier Click who hns been In Indianapolis for the past year will spend the first two weeks of August with heme folks at this place. .Myrtle Click who Is In school t uerea will spend her vacation dur- lng tho month of August with home folks. GRKKNIIAIX Greenhall, July S. We are having an abundance of rain and crops are looking flno. James Bowles is nil unities over the arrival of a new girl at his home. C. A. Mlnter who has been sick for seme time is Improv- ing slowly. Died, July lbt, Chester Lynch, of appendicitis. Aunt JInr- garet Kvans is very low at this writ- ing. She Is not expected to live. Mrs. Dobcrt Peters of l3land City ' is visiting Mrs. John P. Wilson over j Sunday. TLo Greenhall school will begin, Monday, July 15th, with Marl: I Simpson us teacher. Sir. Simpson is raid to bo a very flue teacher. Mlsa Cynthia Flancry who has beun nt Richmond for a while Is bac't at Greenhall visiting home folks. M. C. Hughts has been at Doonevllle j two days this week on business. J J I ( lf' Berea Printing School BEREA. KY. WC--- !AkKA INxY r : a IbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV ": FF- la? - - ..lv r'r77.2 TOxv v. .'. ttJB &. 1 1 - - - I Houses to Rent To those who have children to edi cate and wish to reside lo Berea for a longer or shorter time to enjoy Its --T S educational advantages, the College hae a number of housee, large end email, aome of them partly furnished, LAUREL COUNTY 1'ITTNIIUIMl They were Time and Death and Fame to a meeting place they And in brotherly affection they saluted each by name. ohm "Of my labor do you ask?" Fame confided, "Thfa my task: I am twining wreaths of laurel, I am weaving wreaths of bay On the path where Glory leads men are doing mighty deeds And the guerdons of their striving I award to them each day. To the victors I must give tokens that their work shall live, I have led them to their honor through the trials of the fray." Then a knowing smile came sjowly to the sober lips of death; "I have made my share' of victories," he said beneath hia breath. M to rent on reasonable terms. Address Pittsburg, July 4. Tho ban-bal- l games nt East Iternstadt last Sunday were a success for the 1'lttslmr,; toys. They wero winners over the THE COLLEGE TREASURER Kast DcniBtadt boys by a score of BEREA, KY. fourteen to three and over the London boys by n fcore of seven to nothing. Doin to Mrs,. Dennlo Delph, a fine boy. Crops nbont hero aro lookSpur-loc- k ing renson?bly well. Charley is nt home for a short time. The prayer service nt Daxtertown last Sunday night was well attended. Mrs. James lllgglns Is vlsltlng-he- r son, Sam Illcglns. Will Evnns has Nurse Training School of gono to Plnohlll to seek employment. John Dlnlr Is moving back to PittsBerea College burg. Ho has been In Virginia for n few tnon'.hs. Uncle Davo Lurns has HA 8 DEST OPERATINQ ROOM been very poorly for somo time. Tho Daughters cf America had an Ico ( AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES cream stier last Wednesday night. FOR CARE OF A LIMITED NUMDER The Teachera' Institute at Ixindon OF PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREAT will begin, Monday. THE Berea Hospital I j I have led men," Fame went on, "in the days and years agose; I have thrilled them with my brightness, as a star that sends its gleam From its biding place on high, till of all the arching sky Tis the only luring jewel Ids the star of which men dream. And today I write the song set in measures full and strong Of the men who rise supremely where their weaker brdtben fall I have made the victories of tne lands and of the seas, I have made the goal of glory I have made them one and all." Then it was that Death said softly, with a countenance sedate: MADISON COUNTY K1NUMTOM MENT GREATLY INCREASES PRO PECTS OF RECOVERY. "Was there never any victor through your foster brother Fate?" " No, 'tis I," continued Fame, "I who carve It M in stone the name; I who wreath in gold the story of the daring and the deed; is I who am allied with ambition and with pride It is I who fill the flagon to the man who holds the lead.' It is you ? " asked Death and Time. "Andfor you they fall or climb? And for them you work the laurel and the bay in rounded weaves?" Then they turned to their way and the laurel and the bay At the feet of Fame were lying in a heap of withered leaves. Rates One Dollar a day and up. with her cousin, Dond for prompt payment required Mrs. Jennie Garrett Devore, of Dlchinond. John W. Webb who has been For further particulars address spending n few weeks In Whites-bur- g returned home, Tuesday, nnd li now very sick with the measles. The Misses Op.il nud Margaret LuBEREA, KY. cas of Cincinnati came, Monday, to visit their sister, Mrs. Alex Azblll, for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Iewls Parks of Cincinnati spent Inst week with the former'a brtther, Mr. Curt Kvan Adams left, Momlny, Parks. for Jenkins, Ivy., where ho will beiid fceverul weeks. Mrs, Jno. Saiidlln ami RUNNING RACES AND HARNCS3 RACES TO DE GIVEN ON daughter, Ijiuih, of Mlddletown, O., EACH DAY. sjent the latter jart of the week with relatives at his place. Mlsa Nannie Morris was shopping lu Derea, TuesCup Races to be Given Each Day by day. Our school Ufgnn 'Monday, with the Gentlemen'e Driving Club Mr, Joe Gilbert as teacher. at Blue Graaa Fair. L Kingston, July S. 'Miss Kvn Lewis 8ciit last week THE BEREA HOSPITAL SPEED PROGRAM Ill(i llll.L Dig Hill, July S. Miss Nannie 11. 11u ml r en nud Miss Myrtle Daker vis- Then Time sat, and fell to laughing, with his hour glass on his knees; 14 1 have seen," he told his brethen, "many thousand victories." n excellent eped program fcu arranged for tho Dluo Grass Fair this been at Lexington, wcok of August 12th to May ( it.. ' - " ; I J I I I ' t -Mrs. I Lu-w- I 17th On each of tbo six days thcro will be running races and harness racing on every day but Saturday. Tho two-- i year-olstako to be contested during the week, closed with 33 entries Including nearly all of tho best In train-- , lng in Kentucky. This rnco has ! ways bcon ono of tho best races of the year for and this should prove no eicoptlon to tho rule In addition thoro will bo a 2:1C trot, a 2:20 paoe, trot and 2:22 trot. There will bo no deduction from winners except In tho stake, the entires to which closed May 10th. Other features will bo added and announced later. d IT ONE down lh throat ol a "ssper" chicken dettroys the wonui and the chick's life. A few drop In the drinking water Im-to- cntcr-Haye- ft iv CURES and PREVENTS GAPES while diarrhoea, roup, cholera and other chick Drown-Hamilto- n, One 50c Bottle of dlea. n Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every poultry ralirr should keep a bottle ot thli medicine on hand. Write (or (roe sample and llooklet on "UUeaaei ot 1'owU." Addrtas, MtrtMl KMfOr COMfalT, imsflH, If.