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The Citizen L Knowledge is power and the to keep op with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. way to ttie Interests of tlie WOMANLY omnteirn. People Ono Dollar a yrnr. No. 3 Fivo cents a copy. BEREA. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 18, 1012 MOTHERS AND MANLY BOYS JULY 29-3- 1 Sale Begins Saturday, July 20th and will continue for 10 days JULY 29-3- 1 Supt, Ilnlleck of tho Louisville Male High School, in offering bin rcnignition two weeks ago, paid a beautiful tribute to the mothers of tho school's boys, lltn experience is in Accord with our own and Is so well expressed that we wnnt to give it ns wide currency ns possible. It follows: Oliver Cultivators Simplest and even to Best-Guara- nteed "Mjr manlieil bojs have hd the mot womanly mothers, and the success of tblt school hat been due more to the mother than to any other single came. They were often the firit to respond to lit dynamic spirit. I hTe never found another aid ns powerful as the maternal apron string, that wonderful elastic fabric, woven with the warp of matchless affection and the woo' of quickened Intelligence. "Many of these mothers I hare met. Many are unconscious of help which they have rendered. Many think they have failed, but the failure has been vastly less than It would have been with , out the mother's eiTorts. "So long as the memory of the apron string remains, Ita Influence has not ended. You and I are two fold men when Its resurgent memory comes to us." In accordance with our usual policy, not to carry over any styles from one season to another, we have marked our entire stock of Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings for immediate the color of the paint clearance. R. R. COYLE BEREA, KENTUCKY A DAY AT OLD JONESBIROUSH To us thcro is nothing that inspires more than the thought and the hope of living in the memory of children. And there is certainly nothing more beautiful than to hear the young, the middle aged or tho ngod speak endearingly of their parents and pay tribute of affection. On tho other hand, there is nothing so sorrowful as to find one whoso memory allows but scant credit or actual condemnation of father nnd mother for indifference, Indulgence, carelessness, neglect, viciousness or ignorance in their treatment. And there are both classes of parents, the indifferent class predominating, no doubt, if enough sentimentality could be brushed aside to get an actual census. The apron strings, of which Prof. Halleck speaks, are all that he declares them to be when woven of the right material. But there are many that bind to tightly to wrong things. Just as there is no one so influential and deserving of praise as tho mother, when she is a real mother, there is no one so greatly in need of wisdom, of knowledge, of a sunny disposition, of hopefulness, of appreciation of her responsibility as the mother. Of course the father is a close second, and in some respects the same things might be said about him as of the mother. It is true that mothers and fathers make the schools, and failure is more often due to them than to the child itself. CHRISMAN'S "THE FURNITURE OUR UNITED STATES NEWS IN Brother Jonanthan Protest MAN" JWN STATE Prof. Robertson Visit Historic East Tennesate Town Rsminlscsncss of Andrew Jackson. How the State of Franklin Oame to be Formed.. Richmond, Vu.. July C. 1912. Editor of Tbo Citizen: On the way to Richmond I took occasion to mako several little sldo trips to sites ot historic Interest, and It may not bo out ot place to wrlto of a day spent in Jonesborough, Washington County, E. Tennessee. Evidently this place Is not overrun with tourists, fur, so far as 1 learn, from the hotel register I was a solitary visitor to tho old historic placo that day. It Is a straggling old town of about twelvo hundred imputation, not changing much but proud In Ita traditions. Tho hotel, or rather tho Inn, was ono long, old building with wldo veranda. Tho plain, everything was neat and clean. Hero Andruw Jack-co- n bad sat when he camo as n young man to tha west. Tho traditho tion runs that ho upbraided sheriff of tho County for falling to arrest a notorious criminal. Ho told blm ho had iowor to call on tho whole, community to aid htm, and tbo sheriff, taking Jackson at IiIh word, snld, "I summon you, sir to make the arrest." "Ily tho eternal" said Jackson, "I will do It" nnd setting himself to tho task tracked him to tho forest. Hiding In a troo tho criminal was found and summoned to surrender. Tho desperado, who had refused to surrender beforo and had terrorized all. gave up and, too, without resistance when confronted with tho spirit ot Andruw Jackson. Tho placo whoro Jackson lived whllo staying at Jonesborough, as a of law, Is pointed out yet. Hero, too, was tho capital of tho stato of Franklin, tho first community west ot tho Allegbanlcs. North Carolina had (Contluucit oil ricc Seven) fetu-de- nt WORLD NEWS Canada More Favorable to Reciproc Ity Yankees victory at Stockholm Europe Will Help to Make Exposition Great Success Royalist Re bellion it Portugal Orozco a Qood Runner Montreal Stricken With Heat Mexico Flood Smitten. OK SENTIMENT IN CANADA An election was held last week In SCAN THE HEADS Our plan In reading a newspaper Is to scan the headlines. Wo don't always have tltno to read everything nor do we always want to read everything In some papers. It seems, how ever, that nearly everything in Tho Citizen is both valuable and Interesting. Still, tlrao may be wanting, and we urgo our readers to adopt the IT IS COMING CHANGE Saskatchewan, one of tbo western provinces ot Canada, the Llberlal party being returned to power by a largo majority. This Is tho first election that has taken place slnca tho great Conservative victory lust yean In which Sir Wilfred Laurler and the Llberlals were defeated on the Reciprocity Issue. Although tho Government sent Its ablest speakers to Saskatchewan, tho Lltcrlal party was returned to power, tho Conservatives electing only S out of tho t8 members. It Is pre dieted that Sir Wilfred and the Li berals will be returned to power ns soon ah there Is another general election. CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE PAGE FIRST Editorials Kentucky News A Day In Old Jonesborough PAGE TWO. The day of clean streets, clean back yards and front yards, clean homes and clean wells the day cf sanitation and health Is coming. It Is coming soon for Berea, we are made to think from the enthusiastic articlo by Prof. Seale, found on the fourth page. why not? It would pay And plan ot' scanning headlines for the enormous dividends dividends In good things. 'Lealtb, dividends In comfort, divi And, of course, "Freckles" will not dends In looks and satisfaction to bo parsed by. It Is attracting atten- homo folks and visitors. tion far and wide. And this week's Wo have been fighting files and Installment Is full of interest. We they are fewer, this year than ever wrote to ono ivereon a few days ago tiefore, wo aro told. We have been that tho story would bo worth a fighting for clean streets and clean bundled sermons to any boy and we yards, and great progress has been meaA what we said. Wo do want tuado In this respect. We have also tho boys to read "Freckles" and the been fighting tho weeds and this is girls and the fathers and mothers. really our chief problem now. And we want everybody to read But tho city Is taking hold of the tho two columns, tho Home Course matter. Thcio has been much aglta n Health, this week "Stimulants tlon the ladis" clubs havo done much, and Drugs In the Home." It Is worth tho wo are sorry to say that they more than tho price of the paper. failed to meet tho proposition of tho Prof. Robertson's article on old town council some weeks aco. But Jonesborough ought to be read by the Inspector was appointed nevernil who aro Interested In matters ot theless and he is making his second History. And those who are In ac ruunu ana nis report is very en program couraging. cord with our "clean-up- " will be pleased with Prof. Scale's Wo havo noted nnd all havo noted article telling what Is being done in tho effort to cut the weeds. It must the way of sanitation In lierea. be admitted that It Is almost fruitAnd then Woodrow Wilson and less but the Intention Is good. Theodore Roosevelt speak to us this Why not begin earlier and why week endorsing Berea. Look for their not keep It up? And then why not, pictures on second page. when tho weeds aro cut, rako tho And there Is something for the cuttings off the walkT And again, farmers and tho teachers In their why not CUT tho weeds? Why leave regular dopartmeuto. so many standing? And why Just top Scan tho headlines. them? Wo would not cut them that way. KILLED BY LIGHTNING We would cut them close, or pull them, dig them up. Or better. we Mr. Alex Azblll of Kingston, 30 years of age, son ot Mr. Joe Azblll would scalp the ground and sow grass of Richmond, ono of Madison County's In Its stead. How beautiful Berea would be best citizens, was struck and instant ly killed by lightning, Monday even-lu- g will be, when we want beautiful sur-- t fundings. between C and 7 o'clock. Mr. Azblll and ono or two work- hands, having just returned from work, wero In tho barn lot putting up their team. Tho lightning struck tho epot where they were, killing Mr. Azblll nnd ono mule and knocking ono ot the men and another mule down. Mr. Azblll married a 'Miss Lucas of Klngstou about 9 years ago. They havo ono child, a boy, S years cf ago. Rev. W. K. Azblll conducted the funeral services at Kingston at 3 clock, Tuesday aftornoon. Severul hundred people from various parts of the County attended, after which the body was taken to Richmond for Prohi A Setback For Powers Cochran bition Convention Adopts Strong Heads Taft Forces in Ky. Magof-f- i Platform and Salectt Ticket South n's Shame Lexington's Sham Carolina Governor in Bad Kirk no Opposition Sullivan AfWill Manage Wilton's Camter Helm Helleck Stated For Louispaign Taft .Will Stay Close to ville Librarian. Home Impeachment Proceedings go Over Cloud Bursts Flood DePOWERS FAILS TO LAND nverRailroad Wreck in Chicago-Call- ing As reported In last week's Citizen, a Halt on the Express Com- John Powers, brother of tho 11th Dispanies. trict Congressman, was slated for jostmaster of MIddlesboro, but SenJOHN BULL TAKES A HAND. ator Bosworth of that city headed A good deal of excitement was protest and with Senator Bradley caused in Washington lost week by a visited tho Whllo House and securtbo request of Great Brltlan that ot Mr. Turner. pending legislation concerning Pana- ed the The protest against the postofflco ma Canal rates be held up awaiting department's action in removing posta noto from Brother Jonathan. Tt master Mcliargue of London seems could not bo learned for some time to have been of no avail, A. R. Dlko what tho naturo ot the plea would already having been appointed to lie, but It developed that it was a protest against the terms ot the bill McHorgue's placo. which would allow American vessels HEADS TAFTS CAMPAIGN IN to go through the Canal free or the KENTUCKY toll to bo refunded, while forlegn At a meeting of tho Republican vessels are to be charged. The claim Stato Central Committee in Louisville, ot tho British government Is that last Thursday, W. D. Cochran of Mays- theso regulations would be contrary vlllo wo3 named as Chairman ot the to tho terms of tbo treaty of 1901 Republican Stato Campaign and Roy etween Great Brltlan and. the Unit E. WUholt was selected to succeed ed States. It Is suggested that the W. Marshall Bullott as elector for tho entire subject brought up by tho State at largo, Mr. Bullett having British Government may have to be resigned owing to his acceptance ot settled by arbitration at the Hague. a government position. COMPLETES LABORS The National Prohibition Conven tion which assembled at Atlantic City, N. J., completed Its labors on the 12th. There had been considerable talk of changing the namo of tho party, and Insurgency sentiment was strong thruout the sessions, but no radical change was made In tho party's program although the platform Is indocd progressive, standing for more In that particular than either tho Republican on Democratic. Tho Convention gave a slap at President Taft and also tho Colonel. Tho former was termed tho "wet nurso" to the saloons and tho latter as "undesirable" dubbed Wilson, (Continued on rage Two) STATE TROOPS SENT TO MAG-GOFFI- N Acting Gov. McDermott ordered Company D. Second Regiment of tho National Guard, on duty to assist the civil authorities In Magoffin County In restoring order and capturing a man who killed another In that county last Friday. MILD VERDICT FOR McNAMARA Tho trial ot "King" McNamara. for killing Jacob S. Keller moro than a dozen years ago came to an end, Friday, with a verdict by tho Jury of manslaughter and confinement in tho penitentiary for five years. There is great dissatisfaction about Continued on page Five 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, 9 by American I'rua Association. VICE PRESIDENT JAMES S. 8HER MAN. World Nows (cent.) Wilson and Roosevelt Endorso Berea ATHLETES United States News (cont.) VICTORS OVER ALL PAGE THREE Tho Olympic games held at Stock holm, Sweden, closed Monday, tbo rep Tcmperanco Homo Course In Health Culture resentatives cf tho United States being victors ever all other countries Our Teachers' Department represented. The Yankee team was PAGE FOUR Local Nows Church Unity PAGE FIVE Home Towu Helps. What Wo aro Doing PAGE SIX honored by bleng selected to lead tile march whun tho King bestowed tho prizes. Tho standing of tho different countries Is us follows: United States, 12S; Sweden, 104; Serial Story. PAOE SEVEN Intensive Farming Sermon Sunday School Lesson PAGE EIGHT is 11, Eastern Kentucky Correspondence Great Britain, CO; Finland, 40; Ger- burial. many, 33; Fmnce, 23; South Africa, 1G; Denmark, It; Italy, 13; Canada, First 13; Austinlla, 13; lielglum, 11; Nor way, 10; Hungary, S; Russia, r; Aubtrla, 0; Holland, 2. Thomas Thorp's of tho Carlisle, Pa , Indian School proved to bo the great est athleto of tbo world contestant!). Eugene L. Mercer of Continued en Vage Too Greece, HENRY LENGFELLNER HYDEN, KY. (After this neek) thing to read your t; ate label Then, to make us glad, GOVERNOR THOMAS 8HALL, INDIANA'S SON. MAR. FAVORITE R. We will be working at the Court House at Hyden for part of August. Swat the Fly Sermon In Song. send in renewal, if yours is any date before 15 July '12 r. Tin? riTfytiM I July 18, 191a. I The Citizen A family nawtptper for ill that It right, trua and Interesting. rulillKhcil Perfect Agreement Between Woodrow Wilson and Col. Roosevelt Not in Politics, Perhaps, every Tliiirl.iy lit litres, Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO. J. (lororporiilml) p. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. Subscription Ratos rAVAM.K IN ADVANCH One Yenr SI Month Three Mentha I' JS or IUprf Money Send money ty rot-fl"rc- c Onler, Draft. KiuUternt Letter, orunenmt two cent utanipa The date nfter vnur name on IaIJ jIkwj to what date ywiriilcrilliim In paid 11 It l not eek niter renewal lthln three chunenl notify in. Mlwlng nmnliera will 1 gladly supplied If we nre iiotlfitil. I'lne Premiums given for new nticrlplloti nnil prompt tcncnaU, Send for Premium I,lt t,lternl terma Rhen to any who ohtnln new aiihvrlptioiK for in. Any one wilding in four jeatly ulictiptloncnii tecriieTheCitueti free forlifnifelf for one AilverliainR rates on application. But as to the Work of Berea Read This Endorsement er MEMI1KK OF I: Li It Is Interesting to know that theso two vigorous champions of contending parties really agree on somo fundamental things, and It Is especitf ally Interesting for tho lieople Madison County to know that thcsO I'RKSS ASSOCIATION. KHNTt'CKY two great men agree lu recommending Berca College for tho support of It costs JXI.OOO.OOO fo buy tlie butter patriotic icoplo because of tho unconsumed In New York In n single year usual work vhlcu it Is doing for nnd considerably tnoro than $10,000,000 tho benefit of tho mountain region to pay the ebceso bill. adjoining states. of Kentucky nnd-th- o Col. Roosevelt, In writing his famTim kind of n nelchbor one has de ous book, "Tho Winning of tho pends quite largely on the kind of a neighbor one Is himself. Kindness nnd West," became nwnro of tho Import-nnc- o sociability develop similar traits in of tho mountain region of tho others. south, its history nnd Its promise. Ho spent long hours In Col. Durretfs killing cat belongs In A. chicken library in Louisville nnd probably Photo copyright by American Press Association. same category as tho egg about the knows moro of Kentucky's mountain socking dog. Both ore knotty proposiW00DR0W WILSON. region than most of tho citizens of tions, nnd about tho only thing that by American Vtcbm Association. our state. Shortly nfterwnra, no .will cure them Is a dose of chloroform. Whllo tho groundhog Is considered ficial than any of tho San Francisco xnado tho acquaintance of President t THEODORE ROOSEVELT. by some more of n friend of the farm- gang of a few years ago. A comliaising pure bred lire stock and er nnd gardener than n pest, now and Frost, and later addressed a meeting of tho South Carolina Legispoultry costs but a trlflo more than thou ono may take up Its hendqunr-- ' mittee In tho Interests of Berea College held Institution Is now loaded with a debt Installments, nnd tho pledge form raising scrubs and Is at tho same time tors where It is not wanted, nnd It lature Is hearing tho testimony lu lu Trinity Church, Boston, where he nbovo Is used. of nearly $10,000. Augusta, Ga., n witness and attormuch, more satisfactory and profitable Is desirable to get rid of It. If such said "Berea College has discovered But tho need of tho mountain reProf. F, E. Mathony, IKnn of tho being If proper caro Is taken of the bettor Is tho case It may be dono In the ney by tho name of Fehler something which had been overlook- gion Is urgent. Nearly 100 students Academy, has been detailed for tho to go to South Carolina, havstuff. He sure the of following mnnner. ed and forgotten. Wo aro Indebted to mado their way to Berea last year work of raising this money and it Is fender Is In his burrow, then till up ing been threatened owlug to tho Cornstalks possess very llttlo fertil- all but one entrance and Into that In- evldcnco ho was about to glvo. Tho President Frost for having made us from North Carolina. Tho result Is hoped that subscription covering tho izing value, yet If cut up by a sharp sert n good sized piece of absorbent Governor is charged with protecting understand tho worth nnd promUo of that tho school Is forced to turn nmount mny bo received by tho middisk nnd plowed under they add con- cotton on which havo been poured a blind tlgera for bribes, pardoning tho thrco million peoplo in our touth-c- many away. Every room containing dle, of Aug. so that thu building may siderable humus to tho soil, an cle- couplo of teaspoonfuls of carbon bimountains." two windows haa had to contain four bo enclosed Ix'foro winter and usjd brlbe3, for ment, by tho way, In which It Is sulphide, which Is both poisonous and penitentiary convicts bedsteads nro used wheat tho great crowd Is present In Woodrow Wilson of courso beenmo students. Turn-utaking bribes from whiskey firms, usually lacking. Inflammable. After putting In tho dope allowing supply liquor to ucqualnted with tho mountain region to savo space, l'rhnto houses nud January. them to ; plug up this outlet nnd tho groundhog havo been utilized In his own studies of hUtory, but, storo buildings dispensaries, etc. Progressive people have of late not . will be done for shortly. WORLD NEWS only been throwing worn out machinA good deal of evldcnco Is furnish- asldo from that, his birth In tho south and still students aro turned nway. ery on tho scrap heap nnd getting servUnder theso circumstances the proed by Burns' Detective Agency. Of and his boyhood experience In tho Contiuunl from I'lrtt Pane Georgia ject was started of building n new iceable machinery In Its stead, but j THE WAY OF THE WORLD. course tho governor" enters a flat mountains of Virginia and Georhave also been smashing nnd putting i Oacar Ilammerateln, London: gavo him a personal knowledge Ho, dormitory for young women to to tho University of Pennsylvania, tho .charges. dental to all ge V. Flllirock of Norte Dame and I havo quarreled with Alphonae, the cat on the Junk pile a good many political too, was interested in making Presicalled Kentucky Hall, nnd to bo paid la deed, and the atove haa cone out .McCOMBS TO .MANAGE CAMPAIGN James Dunahugh of Iak Angeles wero machines. BUZANNA DUMESNIL. j who managed dent Frost's acquaintance, and moro for by Berea's neighbors hero lu tho prominent In tho second class. W. F. '.McCombs meetcablegram printed above Governor state. Something of tho cost Involved Wuscn's pro.uouilnatlon than onco has addressed public Those desiring nn up to date as well ' Behind the EUROPE TO SEND EXHIBITS fitold Is shown by Pearsons Hall, recently as nccurato map of North Amcrlcn Is the storystory by n theatrical writer campaign has been selected by tho ings whoso object was to secure been Tho Commission that has life. of human a typical nancial support for Berea. In a qulto erected for young men. Such n build- visiting European Governments, InChair--ina- n may secure the samo by sending 20 Every year Oscar FJatnmerstcIn used .National Committee to act ns Hall, ing will accommodate 170 stud'-ntgathering In Carnegie cents to the geological survey, Washof tho committee to manage recent go to Europe, looking for song birds viting them to send exhibits to the ington. This map is 28 by 42 inches ' to New York, ho said "I always wonder nt a cost of about $340 each, JIOJ Panama-Pacifi- c tho campaign this fall. A Exposition In 1915, for bis opera. nnd Is especially adapted for the homo why it is necessary to make speeches per room or $200 per student, of nlno was chosen to assist In Paris he beard Suzanna Dumes-- i returned lntt week und roiort their nnd school. so obviotw, Berea. Tho caso is tho cost of tho building, hownil, n famous French soprano, nnd In tho management, and New York mission successful. Europe will scni tho object to bo sought so ndmlrablo, ever, must bo reckoned Its furnish- great exhibits and It Is predlctud to her, "I want you." In addinmount of coal mined In the said to buying her release from her and Chicago wcjo selected as tho The things at stake- bo momentous, ings and tho conduit for system hent-Intion cities from which tho campaign will tho United Stntcs In 1010 exceeded by mauager be offered a big salary. that tho cxpoaltlon will bo tho greatbo that $10,000 must bo raised. that it would seem unnecessary to bo directed. 10,000,000 tons tho total tonnage that est ever held. Shrugging her shoulders, Dumesnll n endenvor to porsundo Intelligent jeo-pl- o President Frost has $5,000 as had been mlnod up to tho closo of tho NO LONG TRIPS REBELLION IN PORTUGAL to support such an enterprise. starter from nn unnamed donor. Tho year 1871, according to figures which Mid: It was announced from Washing"Leave my so dear Paris? Nevalro! The new Republic of Portugal Is have been gathered by tho United Why should I leave my Alphonse, who ton, Saturday, that President Tnft Whon Berea Collego makes an ap- Trustees havo decided that It will uld in tho bo safo to begin work tioit tho new undergoing a severe Btraln owing ta States geological survey. loves me; my cat, that-- adore, and my will make, no ling campaign trips peal for help it asks for country at building as soon as $2.,000 shall ls a royalist uprising which k far has ronowal of tho llfo of tho good, warm llttlo stove?" this fall. Ho Is expected to make tho They havo n rather unique method of secured In reliable subscriptions. R been able to meet and defeat Its sources." Why Indeed? o somo siieechcs on tho Issues determining the valuation of land for could Government force sent ugnlnst them. There nre other things In llfo aside Theso endorsements clearly show was thought that $10,000 of this guertaxation purposes In New Zealand. from dollars. And Dumesnll knew that confront the country but It Is $10,000 lu the Tho Insurgents are resorting to they will lo what a claim Borea Collego has upon bo raised In Iteren and The owner may put his own valuation that very well. not known whe.-- o Boiva illa tactics and there aro gnivo fears balance of Madlosn County. tho support of its neighbors hero In on bis land, but If the assessors feel It made, for tho ntnblllty of tho Republic. And yet Is too low they can add 20 per cent to its own county. Tho faithful work cf has Its task nearly complete. A forSix months later tho soprano was ARCHBALD CASE GOES OVER OROZCO ON THE RUN up an mer resident of Berea, Mr. Rogers of it, and the government tho vnluo of Berca tPachers has built swaying audiences In grand opera, Tho Scnato of tho United States tho Orozco, tho loader of tho Mexl- may then buy It at that price. now Now York, gavo tho Initial $1,000, influence whoso discriminating said Is tired of Investigating and wants institution London. And tho ran Insurrectionists, soems to havo they could detect in tho wonderful to adjourn, and it Is, therefore, an- touches tho mountain ends of eight tho students havo raised nearly to Tho good book gives tho Injunction, voice n new undertone- of sadness. tho Faculty nearly $3,000, and tho finlv nnii nlm llnw. ntnl flint tfl stntes. nounced that tho caso of Judgo Arch-balgut away with his forces and la "As much ns llcth In you, live peaceAh, met Tho situation la Just this: Whllo citizens neatly $3,000. Tho building who Is recommended for imably with all mon." Tho writer wongood condition as iossIble. Jaurez, Alphonse had proved false, and the tlio Institution has sovcrnl hundred can, therefore, bo begun as toon as us ders whether tho limit of human cat was dead, and tho little stove was peachment by tho commltteo of in- acres of poor land, and a number of Madison County will como forward tho pluco wluro Mudero won over Implied may not have.re-ferre- cold. here vestigation, will go over to the, Diaz, and tho birthplace, of tho presto Instances In which tho neighWhat was It somebody said when ho next session. ent Insurrection, Is now abandoned, bor lets his hens range wantonly over first beard Jenny Llnd? "Break ber DENVER FLOOD SWEIT tho Rebels being on tho go to Can nowly seeded flower or vegetable gar- heart and sbo will Blng divinely." SUBSCRIPTION FOR NEW DORMITORY sus Orundcs 111 miles southward. Denver, Colo., was bwept by n den. Well, and somebody did break her flood on Sunday night, tho 14th, as HEAT STRICKEN MONTREAL heart A corn ration will put on fat Just tho result of a cloud burst. Two uro Montreal, Canada, seems to havo it Is tho way of tho world the new ; order to join hands with others in providing ns fast In summer as In winter. For Known to be dead as a result, and Tbo way of disillusion. Lorno tho brunt of tho hot wave this reason the flock of laying hens When Alphonso Is truo and the cat ptopcrty damaged to tho amount of which h wept across North America her thy pledge to pay its College Kentucky Nail for Berea should bo fed sparingly of corn and pure on tho hearth and tho fire lu tho two millions. Hundreds of people are last week and this. Nlnety-- f ivo funerrbould bo made to dig and scratch for llttlo stovo burns brightly, then doos homeless and are being fed nud carals woru reiorted In ono day lu the .per month tho small grain they get Another llfo ahead look llko a .rtuJIant mornTreasurer at Berea. ed for by tho city. City, tho deaths lu tho Canadian excellent way to glvo them cxcrclsols ing. But majority of tho cabes resulting from to spado up a patch of the hen yard SERIOUS RAILROAD WRECK. Comes a day when tho Ore Is but or one year, beginning on the first day ofInclosuro every few days nnd give ashes, and there Is no sweetheart true, tho heat. Eighty of tho ulutoy-flv- o This ocoms to bo tho season of them n chance to dig for worms. weni children. and the poor cat Is dead. The mirage railroad wreckB. On two successive JQ12. FLOODS IN MEXICO has rlson. The rivers of Joy have days, July 4th and Cth, wrecks In The writer Is this season going to try lost their runnels In life's desert places. reCloud bursts nud floods are New York and Pennsylvania resultn plan for keeping tho nnts from runWell, welll ported from various places lu tho ed In tho loss of C9 lives. On tho ning up and down tho trunks of bis It may b that somo sweet day Jules state of Gunnnguuto, Mexico. Soma applo trees, where they make It their will fill the heart that Alphonso left 11th, thirteen peoplo wero killed a considerable en- with Its $10,000. of thu towns nro said to havo been to cbango tho pasture places empty, and another kitty will sing, on tho Burlington road on tho out- good buildings, and expenses business Considering tho wealth and generos- totally destroyed and hundreds of far exof their dairy cows, the green aphlds. and tho fire In the llttlo stove will skirts of Chlcaco, a fast mall train dowment fund, Its first placo, ity of tho pooplo of Madison County, tho survivors aro declared to bo on This will bo moistening sawdust with flame up agilnl running Into tho rear of tho Over- ceed its Income In tho unablo to pay what this should not be a task to occupy tho point of stiirvatlon. keroseno and packing some around the smash- tho students aro land express from Denver and Institutions, unduo time. Tho only thing Is to get trunk at tbo surfaco of tho ground. ing two pullmau cars. A number wero students pay nt other This, coupled with spraying tho trees nnd, In tho second placo, tho kind of It properly and quickly beforo iho Injured, 60 YEARS' UNITED STATES NEWS with n solution of black leaf, will servo Instruction which Borca offers costs peoplo. EXPERIENCE AFTER THE EXPRESS COMPage llfo somewhat mlscrablo for to make Continued from 1'lrat It Is proposed that tho money moro than tho old fashioned book PANIES tho louso pests. Tho should bo paid In twelvo monthly learning of ordinary schools. Tho Interstato Commerco Comtho Democratic candldato escaped When one gets tho fever to move to censuro, mission, which has been investigatn newer country and most live folks Eugeno W. Chatln of Arizona nnd ing tho great express companies in have this spell at somo tlmo In their tho United States, advises a general I If ADC MAMIS) good Idea to rent rather Aaron S. Watklns of Ohio wcro nomlives t Is a DCSIQNB reduction of 15 per cent on all charginated for President and than sell the old homo farm, go to the CorvniQMTS Ac es for carrying packages. Tho ComAnron.iandlnf a ikttrb nut dworlMlon respectively, they having been now location nnd spend a year. In qutcklr wrvruiu our opinion fr wbrtlj.r to tiTimon It rubblf ft(enUhU, Cotumunlta this Interval one can get posted on tho standard bearers four years mission finds that It Is difficult to HANOMOI on I'Mwta Mom irlotlr ronOd.nl ono discriminate botwoen companies, the froaks of tho weather anil other ago. nt rrM. OldMl atfuiier for aouilof lUnu. I'llsnM takan Ibrouali tlunn X Uu.iM.ira holding stock in another company drawbacks nnd If dissatisfied can nuitunAiet, without okaD., lu tti. GOVERNOR ACCUSED nnd begin llfo over again In the and in all In many Instances. Tho one docs not buy In tho in old home. If Gov. Bleaso of South Carolina 's roport shows great inequalities A handionialr Illmtrala4 waaklr. Mimt etr. now country ho can'conslder the Jaunt facing charges, which, if not cleared charges herotoforo, and, If theso dilation of an? rianuoo louriial. T.roia. II a njonibk, L UoM brail namdaalora. as a well earned vacation. out, tho a suggestions are followed up, will convict him of being HUNN & Co York PEARSONS HALL worse grafter and more corrupt of country will oxperlenco great relief. I , I m p i I s lie-slI tr g, kcy-not- . $3,-00- 0, 1. d, ) d I - nt mm ro-tu- in 3a'B,.(ew a nf Scientific American, m. iv . July i8, 19 1 a. THE CITIZEN. Page Three. -- OUR TEACHERS' JDEPARTMENT Edited by Prof. Charles D, Lewis Grading the School wroto In regard to tho Last wook week starting of tlio school, This 1 wnnt to havo a llttlo of your tlmo to consider U10 question of organization. No Bchool Is In bo great need cf careful organization ns is the 0110 teacher ltural School. Tho teacher la tho city school who has but ono or two grades to teach may get along qulto well with very llttlo system, ns sho baa a largo amount ot time, but with eight grades nnd ono room of It requires that every moment tlmo nnd ounco cf strength bo used to tho very best advnntago If tho work required is dono In anything llko tho manner which tho Interest of tho child nhd tho community demand. Tho now courso of study sent out by tho stato greatly aids tho teacher In this work, though It will roqutro caro and thought to adapt It in many cases to tho peculiar condition,) found. But whatever you do, do say to yourself, "It Is not suited to 1 9 urn power or neurotic family history can afford to take tho chances, Nereotlce. Opium, cocaine, chloral, bromide, all arc employed either to relievo bodily pain or stldo tho overlnslstont and worrying brain. Hut, ns In tho case of nlcohol, the relief brought by these drugs Is usually paid for at a high rato of interest. In fact, tho troubles which nro temporarily forced Into tho background by such Indulgenco seem to grow In direct proportion to the degree of Indulgenco nnd simply nwnlt tho reckoning day, when the long evaded llfo burden must be taken up with Its added weight or life's Journey for- Home Course In Health Culture XVII. Stimulants and Drugs In the Home By EUGENE L. FISK. N. D. Copyright, 1910, by American Prcis Afioclatlon. Ow4uclr1 by tka National Woman! Chrlitlan Temperance Union.) TO ABOLISH UQUOR TRAFFIC Money Put Into Twenty Necessities of Ufa Would FurnUh Employ-- I " ment lor All Men. Wo are (or mAikiahot n. ometImca never get rid of the saloon by talking sentiment Pacta are what count. The saloon brines In a big revenue and money talka. Don't talk senti ment. Talk buafnesa," Well If money talks, let ui talk money. It la clalmod that to abolish tho liquor traffic woeld throw out of em ploymcnt largo numbers of people and an array ot Idlers would be tho result. In a comparison of thirteen lending In dustrlcs ot the .United States, with the combined brewing companies, It Is found that In proportion to tho amount of capital Invested, the browing bust ness should give employment to 156 687 wage earn era Instead of only 44, 417. told, "You can platt.) Fl Annie wrADoed f&YCel U neT -- A up as? Any UoT- - oh; one "too I AScer- - &ined iTfiere Ufe.., was 'nf any In tho thirteen leading Industries se lected, 11.781 cajrftal Invested gives employment to ooe wage earner and each dollar of easftaJ purchases eighty. aeven cents worth of material each year. " material annually. This business, therefore, deprives 111,170 laborers from earning f812. 949,410.00 annually. Instead of pur chasing I398.17M55.00 worth of raw material, they porch aw only $70.512.. 042.00 worth. If the liquor business were abolished aad the money spent for drink were pot Into twenty of the necessities of Ufa, employment would be given to all bow employed In the production of Iksjaor and 1,347,129 over and the farmer would have a market for all he now sells and $400,5CS,ei4 worth besides. In the brewery trade It requires $10,505 capital to give employmcat to one wage earner and a dollar's worth of capital purchases only a fraction over twelve casta worth of material each year, while) In the entire liquor manufacturing bsaatneaa In the United States It take $1Uo4 to give employ mcnt to each wage earner and each dollar of Invested capital purchases only a fraction over 15 cents worth of UNCLE SAM VERY WATCHFUL Reason Given for More Federal LI censes Issued Than There Are Dram Cwnps In Country. Borne one said: "How la It? There are moro federal licenses Issued than there aro dram shop 7" There cer tainly are. To government Is the hardest prosecutor of all It costs only $:& to get a "government II cense," therefor all who handle alco holic liquors pay this to the government to be let alone. It's "Hands off" after the $25 Is paid. The saloon pays it, so does the brvwer, the wine grow. cr, tho drug slot, the "madarae." tho the csab room and the ho tel bar. That nobody pretends to sell liquor, legally or Illegally, without first paring the government tax. proves that prohibition will prohibit when the United States government wants boot-legge- It to. THE SALOON BAR. bar to htaven, a door to hell, It, named It welt bar to raanllneaa ud wraith, A door to want and broken health. A bar to honor, pride and fame, A door to darkness and to iliame, A bar that shuts tMn uteful life, A door to brawflaa. aenaelens strife, A bar to all thafs true and brave, A door to every dsvnkard's crave, A bar to y that home imparts. A door to Iran aad broken hearta, A bar to heaven sod door ta hell. Whoever natned It. named It well. A A Whover nnmrd We'll bar this Dar from every stats Ily the data. lKO-m- ark What America Has to Fear. The worst thing with which we have to contend la not the borer In the apple trees, nor the river floods, nor the summer's droughts, nor tho rocks, aor the hUts, nor the clay, nor tho mud, nor the sand. It le not our raw winds and aer cold wlntors that moke men poor. It la the dram ahopa of the land, which stool first the workman's money aad next his vigor. Mains, onco the poorest of states, banished her saloons) onco for all. Now she la the richest stato In the Union In the amount psx capita In her savings banks. lyi Mr. Bmlth to Mra. Smith: "The city Is poor. If we don't have licenses, we've, got to hare higher taxes. And we can't stand thsU. We're all pretty near broke, as It Is. We can't ralso another dollar by taxation. So the only way wo can get the $5,000 wo need for repairing pavements and removing garbage la by having saloons, and squandering $100,000 a yoar in them, and having them give us back $5,000 In license fees. Scot" William Hard. Her Club. They, tell us that tho saloon Is the 'poor man's club. When I hear that, 1 often sky to myself, "What Is bis wlfo's club. I wbndorT" Alas- - too often she finds that hers Is his sblllalabl Francos K. Willord. my school, so I will go on In my own wny." Tho groat curso of our schools has- been that ovcryono In tho past hah followed pretty much his own tViritp way, and ra a result wo fiavo not been getting anywhere. If any ono teacher over kept a school for ns long as eight years, It might bo all right for sonio ot tho by BIRDS PECULIAR ABOUT EGGS pupils, If tho system followed others wcro disregarded, but Is that Can Tell st Glance If Meddled With ever tho coso? On U10 contrary it is and Will Almost Invariably Detho exception for n teacher to sert Their Nests. moro than thrco years In tho samo school. This condition demands, If you have lived In tho country and then, that each teacher know just know something about chickens you will not need to bo told that a ben what tho ones who havo gono bctoro turns over the eggs In her nest every havo dono, so that his work may fit day while they aro hatching. Until upon what the child has already done. Under tho old plan ot loose grad this secret was discovered the Incu bator was not a success. ing and lack ot Byctcm it was often Ily what Instinct a hen, or any oth tho caso that under ono teacher tho er bird, can tell whether an egg has 2nd grado child knew nothing cf been turned over or not It Is Impos writing and llttlo of numbers, whllo sible to say; but It Is well estab fair lished that If a bird finds Its nest has under another two years of been disturbed, especially It ono or work In both of theso subjects had more of the eggs hnvo been turned W)cen dono. When theso teachere over, that bird will most likely desert chnngo 'places, or their pupils move the nest at once and never return to Into other districts you boo how It. It seems to know that something things aro mixed. In Heading tho Is wrong and that Its plans for hatchchild of tho unoystcmatlc teacher Is ing out those eggs, taught it by na- 3rd grade, whllo In writing, numbers ture, have been Interfered with, and It Is useless to bother about tho eggs nnd langungo ho Is first. As a result ho must stand still In ono subject, any moro. Whether or not It Is tho sense ot or slight others, either of which" 13 sight or of smell that enables tho likely to result la discouragement bird to recognize tho fact that tho nnd finally dropping out of school, nest hns been disturbed Is not known. A still greater difficulty Is "going Hut every time a boy meddles with over" tho book too fast, with tho tho eggs In a nest no matter how care finds fully he touches them, he should re- result that tho next teacher member that he will probably be the tho pupil weak, and so '"starts at cause ot the mother leaving tho halt tho beginning" ngaln. Tho child 'b discouraged by this and loses Interhatched little ones to perish. est and finally "stays at homo to PROTECTION FOR THE SHOES help Pa." Now, at tho beginning of your term Leather Guard Keeps Motorists' Foot- - jou may stop nil ot this evil, and it Bear From Being Rubbed and YOU" menus every ono wo will Worn by Pedals. soon havo conditions changed. There Is but ono way to do this. Those ot us who aro fortunate enough to own automobiles know how Stick to tho 1'rogram and Courso ot hard they aro on shoe leather. This Study sent you by tho atato as It It sounds paradoxical, but It Is true toro a questiou of II to and death, for where a man drives his car himself. that Is just what it is, Ufa or death In using tho pedals and various other mentally, perhaps physically nnd foot mechanism a man's shoe gets spiritually, to your boys and girls. badly scuffed along tho sides and on tho heel. A California man baa de- Tho program provides that all class.;. signed a shoe protector to prevent and all children shall havo tho tlmo this. A leather flap with brond, stud- and attention which they deservo alded ends fits under the ball ot the lowed them. Tho courso of study lays foot and comes up on both sides, a out tho work from primary to tho narrow end crossing over the top of end of tho "Common branches" in such divisions as to allow fairly thor ough work to bo dono by taking a division or grado each year nnd this provents taking tho samo thing a Bocond tlmo. For examplo, look at tho outline for reading in tho fifth grade. Flvo lessons aro assigned for each mouth. Will you follow tho You may say, as I Know that many do, "That is not enough." Just think of it, Flvo lessons for twenty recitation periods of 20 minutes each. Wheu 1 taught my first school I could havo "covered" at tho least count twlco that amount, and perhaps four times. llut how would 1 havo dono It! Just as you will, my dear tcachor. If you do not follow tho program and slow up. If you do tho work thoroughly, you will como nearer needing mora timo than more material. Tho great sin of tlio aver- Shoo Protector. ago teacher Is going too fast. Let tho foot and buckling to the other "Slow but sure" bo your motto, Seo sldo. A strap also passes around the how much tlmo it takes for you to beel and buckles to the back part ot cet ready to read each lesson t.i tho ono sldo guard. Thus the automo-- your class so that your presentation bIHst'a shoo Is amply protected from rough wear and ho may wear much will bo a model and an Inspiration to bettor shoes than bo would otherwise your pupils. You may not always need to do this, but you must bo ablo to care to do. do It. Then stay with tho lesson unPunotuatlon. til each inipll can really HEAD IT, Alice, not moreiy call tho words. In addi"Father," asked returning homo from school, "are you tion to this givo a fow ot tho less good at punctuatlqnT" famlrlar words to bo used In senten"Yes," replied tho father. ces, and before tho study of n selec"Well, tell mo, please, how would you punctuate, Tho wind blow a five tion is ended Vavo tho story, If it bo a story, presented in tho written dollar bill around tho corner?' " 'Why, daughter, I would simply put language ot tho pupil, or it, it bo poem such as "What I Llvo For,' a period at the end of tho sentence.". 'I wouldn t, said Alice mischiev havo tho thought ot each stauza care, ously, "I would make a daa after the. flly paraphrased after you havo bill." given a suggest! vo oral model. She Jw'tftly thtf. GrxJen witfi hie to nt - And Beans Her (Wl tieJ ln When you havo handled tho wholi course In this wny, and havo provided supplementary Headers for sight reading, you will find that tho flvo lessons nro not a bit too little. (Jo through tho wholo courso In this way and you will find Hint you havo plenty to do, nnd yet not moro than you can do It you really work. If tho parents complain that you go too slow, or that you teach what they do not boo tho use of, or do not givo what they want taught when they think it should bo given, you hnvo a solid wall behind which to hldo. Tell them, "Tho stato demand3 It," and every ono Is doing tho samo thing," and you will bo nil right. They will ceo tho reason for your way before tho end of tho year if you put your wholo soul Into tho work. Following up this plan will In tho long run lighten your work as well ns Increase your efficiency. Mnko n largo dally program ns nearly llko I tho ono given by tho stato as possible nnd havo It on tho wall where cvory pupil nnd visitor can seo It, and then follow it to tho second. Keep your course of study by you day and night, know what Is In .It, and stick to its gcnernl plan, even though you havo, to slightly modify It In detail. If yu sirlko n difficulty which Bccnia moro than you can surmount Bend a "Hurry call," to tho writer If thore la no nearer sourco of holp, nnd a personal letter will como at onco If Tho Citizen will not get there soon enough. Tho Irregular pupil will bo a problem, but tho now compulsory law will oonflno them to tho higher grades. Tho child which has been allowed to grow uneven becauso of tho sins of tho past will bo another, but rememboi, you can if you will. Onco seo tho great Importance of order and system In allowing you to do your best. as well n3 In its effect upon tho character of tho child, and 1 am euro that you will. C. D. L. I far back as tho memory of manrunnoth not to tho con- trary alcoholic drinks have been termed "stimulants," and yet nlcohol, Is not a stimulant, but n depressant. Kxnct laboratory experiments have determined that nlcohol nets ns an anaesthetic upon tho higher brain cells that preside over tho moro complex mental processes. In other words, the man who "wakes up" under tho Influ ence of nlcohol Is really going to sleep, so rnr as the moro useful part of the brain la concerned, and thus tho lower nnd simpler mental processes come moro Into evidence. Analyze tho con vcrsatlon at somo convivial banquet and note how trivial nnd Inano It np pears In the clear light of dny puerile AS ever terminated. These remarks do not npply, of course, to tho Intelligent and proper administration ot such remedies by a physician. It Is part of a physician's duty to relievo pnln, both mental nnd physical, but It too often happens that n narcotic properly administered In ono Instance Is carelessly again taken without medical advice, and tho foundation of a lifelong habit Is laid. Headache Remedies. A great deal of harm la dono by tho self administration of hendacho remedies, mostly of tho coal tor clas. These remedies havo their place, but should bo used under a physician's guidance. Many headaches can bo relieved by slmpto remedies. Dathlng when compared with somo splendid In tellectual debate or discussion bringing Into play the higher faculties. But theso higher faculties aro sometimes overworked and unduly nctlve, deny. lng proper cxerclso to the simple brain alcohol is not a food, but a poison: NOT A STIMULANT, DDT AN ANAESTHETIC. Duties of County Superintendents IT IMPAI11S MENTAL AND HCSCULAll FICIEKOT ; IT SHORTENS LIFE. EF- - elements that State Snperintendent Calls Attention play Instinct, control tbo emotions, the tho tendency to mix with to the Fact that Questions and Com- one's kind In relaxing good fellowship. plaints Should be Directed to Them Something might be said for alcohol First and Come to Him on appeal. as an agent for suppressing thnt part of tho brain which Is overworked In Wo havo a letter from tho Stato the dnlly struggle, for exlstenco and Supt. of Public Instruction asking thereby affording opportunity for tho us to call tho attention of teach nervous balance to be restored by cxer ers, trustees and citizens to tho fact clso of the simpler faculties. That somo Influence Is necessary to their Inquiries concerning tho , that schools and school conditions should preserve proper nervous nnd mental first bo made to tho County Superin- poise Is evidenced by the examplo of philosophers and scientists who have tendent and ordinarily they should become mentally "lopsided," ns It were, only como to tho stato offlco on by overuse of one portion of tho brain or disuse of the other portion. Dar Wo aro Informed that It has bewin's loss of tho aesthetic faculties and come tho custom throughout tho the power of appreciation of music and btato for people to wrlto directly to poetry is a familiar Instance. Ills tho State Superintendent abojt weird taste In literature, which enabled thousands of llttlo things petty de- blm to enjoy the lightest and trashiest tails of school government or mi- novels, was merely the call of his sim nor questions concerning the lav pler brain elements, neglected and sup pressed by the constnnt exercise of tho which tho County Superintendent higher reasoning powers. But Is It neccould easily handle essary to employ a poisonous drug for Tho Stato Superintendent Is not such purpose? It would appear not. a verso to helping in every way ho It Alcohol a Food? can Indeed ho Is anxious to do no Atwater showed that alcohol In but ho should bo approached In tho small quantities wns utilized by tho proper way. Ho has no authority to body ns n food. It has long been givo an opinion until both sides of known that alcohol Is burned In the tho question aro fairly stated, and body with tho production of energy, that can bo dono best on appeal but poisonous mushrooms also furnish nourishment. Likewise, as Atwnter from tho Couny Superintendent. states, human flesh Is digestible and nourishing, but that Is no reason for CARPETS FOR ROADS. using It as n food. ap-le- al. out-lln- o? eight-year-ol- d five-doll- Skin" Recommended by English Export. A lecture Was recently delivered by a member of tho road board before tho Royal Institution of London on "Tho Itoad-ra- st, Fresont and Future." Tho lecturer said tho problem was to find the best modo by which a road should be constructed so that its surf ace would not bo broken by trade, so that the trnnslt might be easier for both passengers and goods, a road which would form "neither puddlo boles nor oxudo mud from vehicles and create no dust when the weather was dry. Ono thing was universally recognized that tho road of tho future should bo a truly bound road In which, whatever kind ot stone was used, the stono should be bold together so that It would form a crust. Tho lecturer suggested that what he called a carpet or an clastic akin should bo adopted as tho covering. Tho carpet, 1m thought, should be made ot bituminous material mixed with sand and placed on tbo roads in Various thicknesses according to tho nature of the trufllc It should go on In liquid form, solidifying quickly, but always remaining resilient and and so Integrating with tbo crust of tho road that there could bo no shifting of tho surfaco bolow. The ndrantago of such a carpet. It was said, would bo to permanently protect tlw crust, and Just as a carpet on tho Door softens tho step so would this carpyt for tho roads sllonco tho nolso nnd reduce tho shock of rolling vehicles, it was admitted that tho original cost of n road so laid would bo more than that ot a mud bound road, but spreading tho cost over a series of years It would probably not bo so great, hlnco tho crust of the rond Itself would uot havo to bo renowed. An "Eleetio Experience of Life Insurance. Lifo insurance companies aro qulto particular to exclude not only heavy drinkers, but those whose habits show a trend In this direction. They arc taking no chances with alcohol, and they do not want to Insure peoplo who "feed" on It. This Is a business matter with a life Insurance company, and tho moral phase is not considered, which means that Its actlou Is based upon the facts developed by experience. Tho most comprehensive experience that has been published is that of the United Kingdom Tcmpernnco and General Frovldent Institution. In that company tho total abstainers were separated from the temperate drinkers In the mortality experience, with tho result that n dlfferenco of 32 per cent wns shown in favor of tho abstainers. Alcohol Is no longer used In medicine as a direct heart stimulant. It Is of somo rnluo as a rapidly available temporary food In tho crises of severe Illness, fever, etc., when It supplies energy to carry on the body work, but even hero It must bo used with caution becauso of Its toxic effect on tbo heart musclo nnd tho fact that It lowers tho resistance, of tho body to tho poisons of disease. Excluding the moral phaso of this question, therefore, medical Judgment, considering solely tho scientific available, must pronounce against tho dally tiso of nlcoliol. Whether the occasional uso of alcohol ns n relaxing boverngo or anaesthetic for overactive brain centers U permissible each man must decide for himself. It U right, however, that tho crave risks of even occasional Indulgence should bo known and remembered. Certainly no man of feeble o tbo forehead with a llttlo bay rum or rubbing with a menthol pencil, slmplo rest or n dose of salts will often provo sufficient. Tho constnnt uso of headache remedies Is moro than likely to provo irritating to tbo kidneys, asldo from the depressing action on tho heart. Aromatic ammonia, strychnlno or some other heart Btlmulant should always bo within tho reach of thoso who aro so ill advised as to uso headache powders more or less regularly. Tbo cnusc,i of headaches aro so numerous as to cover almost the entire range of diseased conditions. So called "biliousness" Is one of the common causes. This Is nothing other than poisoning from tbo retained products of Indigestion. IIIlo may have little or nothing to do with It, but calomel or somo other brisk evacuant will clear tho system of tho poison nnd relievo the symptoms. Eye strain Is also a very frequent cause of headache. The folly of swallowing drugs to relievo such trouble 13 evident. It Is comparable to knocking a man insensible in order to relievo his pain. Properly fitted glasses will usually relievo eye strain. Dut In some cases eye strain Is duo to overuse or Improper uso of tbo eyes. Such cases ore readily relieved by rest and attention to proper illumination or position while reading. Abuse of Cathartics. As a rule, cathartics should only be used ns emergency remedies In acute conditions, as colds, biliousness, Indigestion, etc. A tendency to costive-nes- s can usually bo overcome by natural remedies. Drugging tbo boweU Is very much llko drugging the nervous system tho drug becomes master, but the tlmo comes when the slave will not obey the master, and a condiof tho bowel tion of function exists. In treating constipation It should be remembered thnt tbo Intestine Is a long muscular tube. This muscle U what Is known as an "Involuntary" muscle, not under tbo control of the will, but acting rcflcxly. Certain centers In tho spinal cord preside over the bowel function and respond to certain stimuli. One of these stimuli Is the presence of a certain volumo of waste matter In tho bowel. Another Is tho tendency to rhythmical action of the spinal center. In other words, spinal centers, form habits, just tho samo ns brain centers, and If accustomed to act at n particular time each day will contrive to do so If permitted. Tho value of n fairly general mixed diet Is evident when the structure nnd function of the bowel aro considered. Concentrated, predlgested food would soon abolish the bowel function. Somo peoplo eat too llttlo wasto matter. Their food is mostly meat and potatoes. A generous allowance of fruit and green vegetables, especially spinach, and tho freo uso of water between meals will act like magic In such cases. Tho use of drugs is irrational and positively bnrmful. semi-paralys- Tea, Coffee and Tobacco. Tho uso of tea, coffee and tobacco In moderation cannot bo regarded ns harmful, but even tho term "moderation" is. here used In a posltlvo sense. No doubt much dyspepsia and nervous derangement are duo to the abuse of theso fragrant nnd cheering substances. What constitutes abuse enn only bo dotermlncd by experiment In each Individual case. For tbo avcrngo man ono cup of coffee at breakfast and a dcmltnssc in tho evening should bo sufllclent. Two cups of coffee or ten contain a pretty generous doso of tho drug caffelno nnd amount to drugging v tho nervous system, Tobacco should nlso bo used according to pcrsonnl susceptibility. A cigar after each meal will not, as a rule, In jure tho nverago man, although somo nro better off without tobacco or with an nllownnce of ono cigar after dinner. Constnnt smoking or chewing Is positively Injurious, no matter how robust or conceited tho man may be who in dulges In It. Summary. Alcohol Is not n food, but n poison: not n stimulant, but an anaesthetic. It impairs mental nnd muscular etllcleu-cy- . It shortens life, even If used In so called moderation. Narcotics mask pain nnd trouble, but do not remove tho cause. They destroy tho will power more effectively than alcohol, but do not cnueo tbo samo tissue defeneration. Alcohol nnd narcotics should uot bo used In tho frutne, except on a physi cian's order 1 Aftv ruuii CHURCH UNITY fHE CITIZEN. at J uly 18, 1912, J000000000000OOOO0OO0OO0O0O I Shows the Foolishness of the Divisions In the Churches. Results In when two or throo would well pcrva A NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM Loss of Opportunity and Waste of 2 OF SOURCHS tho purpose. Our own little city U VARIETY Time and Money. Berea Cited ns S a good example of theso evil condin Example. tions. Berea hns 1,500 Inhabitants, not "United wo stand divided vo fall," and, by a liberal estimation, I'rof. M. B. March returned from t-i-every moro than ono fourth of that number Chlcngo last Saturday, where ho had Is a motto famlllnr to and it embraces a prlnclplo ore regular church attendants nnd been attending the National Educathat was well understood by every not moro than half of theso contritional Association. 20, colonial patriot. It wns tho chief ar- bute nny regular amount to the nun- Coyle'a Clcarauco Sale July CITY IMIONK 1B3 gument tho North had to offer to port of any church. It Is thus fern 21, 23, 2G, 27, 29, 30, 31. 22, 23, ww threat- that less than 300 people and, with Office over Berea Bank A Trust Co. Prof. J. W. Dlnsmore arrived, Mon-da- tho South when secession Wis. Ho will ened, being voiced by Webster In a dozen exceptions, nil comparatively from Oshkosh, sentence, "Union poor nro trying to support five DAN H. BRECK visit In town a few days and that memorable one and Inscpcrnble." churches. We pay tho salaries of ns and Live Stock then return to Ochkosh for tho re- forever,argument Fire, Life. Accident, The that strength must many ministers nnd glvo something maining part of tho Buuimcw INSURANCE co Wo to charity and mission work. MUs Delphlno Dunkor left, Weducs- - necessarily conio from union and Will sign your bond. may day, for Pulaski County, whero sho operation ncd3 no demonstration. lmvo tho results, two churches Richmond, Ky. will spend two weeks with her friend, A child Is nblo to see that n number bo considered allvo, two others nre Phone 505 of reeds iKwnd together are vastly hnvlng hard work to malntnln n Miss Bosslu DcDord. separate feeble cxlstenco while ono Is Prof. Lewis attended the Pulaski stronger than when taken ly. This principle has long since been County Institute last week where he abandoned nnd Its doors closATTORNEY AT LAW erlfled by tho big business concerns ed. met about fifty lonner Berea stuTho chief watch And, after nil, what nro all theso dents. He lectured before tho Insti- of tho country. Will practice in Madison and tute, Thursday evening, on tho sub- words of tho fraternal organizations, differences nnd divisions based upadjoining counties. ject, "Tho New Patriotism." Ho was of tho political parties and now tho on? What renssns have tho churches Bank nccumpnnled to 1'ulaskl by Margaret poorest laborer Is cooiwrntlou, union to offer for tho existence of theso Office in Berea National nnd federation. Yet, in spite of all Jealousies and prejudices nnd for not and John. Mary Bobo who has boen this Inherent nnd verified evidence, uniting nnd cooperating In tho causo Little L.1N, TIME TABU. her In spite of nil the perquisite spending several months with for which tho church exists? V lint North Bound Local In Its favor, union nnd federauncle, Dr. Oran llobo In Ohio, has excuse would n missionary have to 10:65 p. m. 7:00 a-- m. Knoxrllle tion are practically Ignored by one effor to his heathen converts for the 3:61 a. m. returned home. p. m. 1:04 BXRHA Miss Doru Ely who is teaching f t of tho greatest and most Important 'oxlstenco of all this dissension and m. 7:46 6:30 p. ra. Cincinnati the Peytontown was nt homo, Saturday Institutions of our land our modern strife, and If ho should glvo South Bound Looal I church. reason would tho heathen consider a- - m. e.lS p. to. and Sunday. 6:30 Cincinnati Tho church institution, taken from It a thing of much significance? Do Miss Katherlno Johnson left, Mon12:34 p. m. 13:33 a. m. BEREi day for Versailles, where sho will a secular and social standpoint, has the church members themselves con : -Kaoz-rll:M p. n place that Is extremely vitnt 10 sider the points In dispute of vital spend tho rest of the summer. Bzprcw Trmln .Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Gabbard and the progress and uplift of our so- Importance? Taken as a whole tiny top to take oa and let oft Is do not. Yet such questions ns premother returned at tho first of tho ciety, and It3 field of activity from beond Dajrton, 0., or from week from a visit with relatives in increasing vastly year by year, for destination, communion, ntid baptism Atlanta and beyond. thousands of immigrants are flocking for more than a hundred years hnvo Bethany, W. Va. South Bonn CELERY PLANTS FOR. SALE nt to our shores every year, our cltlea been constant bones of contention-- nil 1:00 a. m. Cimdnnatl are Increasing rapidly In wealth nnd tho College Garden. Phone 122. matters of mere opinion nnd not 11:44 a. m. BBRSA population, and new towns are spring- of purpose, questions that mny bo Mr. G. D. Holliday has been spendNorth Bonn ing up In the south nnd west which easily and honestly interpreted In ing the week with homo folks. BJDBXA 4:46 p. m. Mr. Cleveland Frost left tho latter demand of tho church constant vlgl- - many different ways, nonessential In 1:87 p. to. Cincinnati part of last week for Prince Edward V. O. Steenrod who Islands to visit his brother, Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. have been visiting with friends and and family for several weeks. Sunday The C. E. meeting last the relatives In Dayton, Ohio, for Friday of evening led by 'Jlrs. Frost on the last month, returned on campus In front of Lincoln Hall was last week. unusually interesting. The subject Mr. Carter B. Robinson who has was: How much thought should a been traveling thru Virginia and W. give to personal appearpast 6 weeks, on his Christian Virginia tho . ance. way to his homo In Clay County, Prof. Frank E. Howard the new stopped In lierea from Saturday unassistant Dean of the Normal Dept. til Tuesday. and professor of education, arrived well known citi tho Mr. Chas. Cllft, a later part of last week. and zen of Berea, former student, Mr. Thos. Jeffera of Brookline, workman for the College, who Is now Mass., draftsman for Mr. Peterson, superintendent of the Sanitarium at who Is making a landscapo survey lu 'Mt. Jackson, Indianapolis, was of the College grounds, having comtown a few days last week. pleted his work, left last Saturday Tho Messrs. Howard Hudson and for his home In Louisville. Mr. Jef-feJas. A. Burgess, after visiting their will spend two weeks In Louis-illl- e old homes In Nova Scotia, returning and then return to Brookline. by way of Boston, arrived Tuesday. Prof. C. F. Rumold gave an nddress The Sunday school at the Ve3t before the Teachers' Instltuto nt End Is flourishing this summer. It Ilarbourvillo last Thursday night. Miss Bobby Johnson after visiting last held a very successful picnic for several days with her sitter, Mrs. Saturday. Jas. P. Faulkner, returned to Pine-vlllMr. W. II. Porter was In LexingMonday. ton tho first of the week on busiMr. E. L. Roberts left, Saturday, ness. morning for Wllliamsfield, O., where Clearance Sale lasts until July 21th. he will visit his parents for several Goods selling cheap. days. He will then go to St. Charles, Sirs. S. It. Baker. 111., where !Mr3. Roberts and children President and Mrs. Fro6t left, are visiting her parents. Wednesday morning, on the early train for I'rlnce' Kdwnrd Island, whero BEREA FAIR they will visit for some time with which lanco In order that It may keep its promoting the great causo for their son, Wesley. tho church cxlstu, yet they are alGet ready to cone to the Berea influence extended. to Dr. P. Cornelius was called Uf lowed to bo tho Instruments Fair, July 31st, Aug 1 and 2. Such grave problems as tho lliiuor which Richmond, Saturday, to see Mr. aro shuttered IU fcrces New half tulle regulation race track 'traffic, the whtto blave trade, and Chas. Azblll, who had just returned Just completed. Increased premium Jslum conditions In tho cities are whero there should exist u common f;om Oklahoma, very sick. purpose und a spirit of brotherlist. perils that should meet with their hood. Mr. Horace Caldwell who has been Good music, good attractions, good I attending the University at'Knoxvllla tlmo for everybody. Only fair In Madl- - strongest opposition In the churcn. How many battles would an army H'ho immense amount of charity work fight and win If Itu regiments and the post mouth returned to Bore.i Eon County this year. of the home and foreign missions officers were In constant wrangles last Saturday. carry with them a tremendous and in- and disputes? Why Is It wo now h Mr. Oscar Hayes and family are REVIVAL SERVICES creasing re3KMslbll!ty. visiting friends and relatives In often hear defeat predicted for the Tho church Is also an institution Republican coming Fayette County for a mouth. party In this Hovlval services will bo held nt Its Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Richardson re- tho Silver Creek Chapel, near Whites that should lead nil others In campaign? For no other reason than turned from Frankfort, Friday, whero Station, beglnnlug July 23rd, 8 p. approach toward tho Ideal. Not only It Is divided. Its leaders are in antagIts they spent several days visiting with m., and continuing for ten days. The should lta aim bo to Increaso onistic opposition, directing their strength and efficiency but it should forces ngalnst each other instead of relatives. services will bo conducted by Uncle make an effort to mimlnize tho en- the opposing party. Mr. Leo. F. Gilllgan of Covington, Joo Hopper. thnt vious and harmful criticisms Ky., on his way to Nowbern, Tenn., Tho church should profit by such nro constantly being sounded by Its where he plans to teach next year, by bur own UNIQUE CHURCH respect examples as thtbo and rnemles, nnd to demand tho ntopped In Berea, Tuesday, to visit past cxiorlonce nnd glvo up thoo with his many friends. The Kcvs. W. ,L. Wler and 1). S. and loyalty, that nre so essential to tlenomcntlonul affinities that ure Bands of Mlllcrsburg will begin pro. Its progress. WANTED: CO boys to soli novelharmful and nonessential, nnd get Granting that tho church Is doing the Idea of unity and cooperation-g- et ties In fairs, picnics, shows and ball traded services nt the New Hopo games. Bo first, wrlto today. Send Church, 1'alnt Lick, Friday, the Itith. n great work, that It Is exercising great the Idea that It Is tho Tho Now Hoiio Church Is known us n great Influence for good as It now nrmy that must carry on a constant 10 cents for terms, postago, etc. tho Associate Informed l'reabyterlau oxlsls, the ipivtlon Is, Is it doing It warfare ngalnst conbtnnt evil. Th"U W. T. Hodgon. Church, it Is ono of a body of six in the most effective ways? Is nil will wo beo real progress In Box 232, Carapbellsvillo, Ky. tho separato bocletles, four others be- tho tlmo spent and the money expend- church. Doutruetlvo competition will ing In Kentucky und one lu tho Wont. ed by tho supporters of tho church ceaso; unnecessary and half supportIt U said to have been organized la accomplishing what should bo expect- ed churcheo will bo exterminated tlw n"d their poorly paid preachers will 1S03 and is therefore 107 years old. ed in effective results? Aro forcs have an opportunity to get out nnd It Is unique from the fact that It Is moral, Koclnl and spiritual the only 1'sultn singing church lu of tho church awake to tho effort engage In some icnl activities of tho country, Its choir leadur bolng that Is needed In resisting tho evils life, becoming bread winners. Tlie cr Immaterial, nuncsHtntlnl nnd Indefin'.Mr. H. L. Wallcae. Tho membership that nro so much In evidence, of the church Is email. ure they oftltnes scattered and mis- ite (puostlouu will ccafeo to thwait directed in donomentlonlal strife nnd the noblo purposce for which the THE RACKET STORE harmful competition? OBITUARY church oxlsta. Tho church can then It takes but little observation to ho put upon a truly scientific ami MRS. EARLY Mr. Samuel IJ. Davidson, aped ma that tho latter Is the cas. systematic basis; It can then attain years, and an honored citizen Whoro thoro whould ho unity of that high standard which demands of our community died at tho Iluva and cooperation iu effortH thuro respect, confldonco and loyalty. It Hospital on tho 12th of July, after Is discord, douomauatlonal projudk'O can then take Its true 'place among a brief llluuce of ten dnys, llnrlul nnd rivalry. Wealthy churches in tho liibUttitlons of tho nation, nnd with Mrvlcos took place at tho 1'llot Knob tho cltleH vlo with each other In carry forward Its groat work 1)9 leaves a wife und tho orectlon of great buildings, Minetvry. in a now zeal and energy and extend six children. costly furniture nnd decorations nu.l Us field of activity with Its Infl.l-enc- o to tho remotest regions of tho To the bereaved family, his friend in procuring high priced and popular oxpross their slncejo sympathy. Iu the earth. preachers and musicians. LOCAL PAGE - Interesting Commencement Addrttt by John 0. McFerron. smaller towns whoro there Is this lack of wealth tho same conditions exist except In a less showy form. Lit-tl- o towns of not moro than two or threo thousand Inhabitants trying to support. six or soven churches Fly Scoot 2 Gallons for 25c You can't afford to let the flies worry your cow or horse to death while the coat of keeping them off is so little. Try FLY SCOOT the way I fix it. I will refund your money if you are not :: :! :: j; pleased with the results. be delivered promptly. i Don't forget that yourorder, small or large, will s: !! :! :! DGOl, UK. rkfPT DENTIST Ken-tuckla- n, C. E. PORTER, Ph. C. Phone 10 Berea, Ky. T. J. COYLE com-plete- pi a-- B U I G BUGGIES I rs E S e, WEL and "Save the Differnce" CH'S "Fifteen hundred, and they are few There are lots of and far between. them on the $400 and $600 baalsand It tlmply means that the fellow has to do life Insurance, farm a little, take a place In a ttore, make a living In lomi then use what time he can Some Kentucky School Superin- way and the echoole." spare for IT SIMPLY MEANB THAT OUR tendents Make but $1 a Day. RURAL BCHOOLO ARE NOT MANAGED AT ALL. THEY ARE MORE COMMONLY MISMANAGED. Education for the matt of the peoPOSTAGE PAY OWN EVEN ple It an Invettment and a butlnete proportion. With a earefully educated population a ttate or a commuOut With Thai Pitiful Salaries They nity can move forward In a detert, any. Mutt Put Up Dondt at High at $30.. f where you place tham. With an IN 000 Average Territory It a Hundred literate population the flnett country globe cannot force them to Square Mllet. , on the make good. Dralne, trained bralnt. It Doet the blame for eehool condition! the Intlttent call of the twentieth eerf-li- e at the door of the county euperln- - tury. Doet Kentucky hear that call? tendente or the people at large? Dutlnett and protperlty follow bralntl e Many county tuperlntendente receive Uwleitneti and poverty follow of $400 a year, and none of aoy. Kentucky will be out of ttep with them reeelvee more than $1,500. When the onward eweep of the hurrying man hat a aalary of $400 he It of twentieth century eo long at the forced to do tomethlng elte swi thirteen children out of every or etarve to death. hundred to grow Into manhood and No etream can rite higher than Itt womanhood robbed of the dlvlna right eouree. No underpaid man can put of being able at leatl to read and to energy and thought Into hie work. In write. one of the fertile and protperoue coun n order that K itueky may occupy tlee of Kentucky not many mllee from a place In the forefront In the matter Cincinnati, O, I had an Interview with 0f tducatlon, a movement hat been In-- a of county euperlntendent whom I knev augurated for the Improvement My i county echoole. to be a "live wire" educationally. firtt queetlon wae: Indifference due to a failure to ap- "How retpontlble doet the public predate the real value of education la eonelder your poeltlon?" ne of the very tarloue obttaclea which Do you meen at meatured by my have confronted every movemenj to- ealary or by the bond I am atktd t erd a higher etandard of educational give?" work. In the laat few yeare greater "Your bond." Intereit hat bean eahlblted generally "Well. I have to give a bend of $30. ever the etate. indicating In a decided 000. You eee, I have $24,000 to pae manner thet our people were ehaklng through my handa annually to finanea off the lethargy of the peat and war the forty-tl- x aehoole that are acattered aeplrlng to place the atate on a teund, over the eounty. Baaldee. the eehool- - progrettlve educational batle. Evary eltlien muat rejoice over thle heutet with thtlr equipment are an In. awakening, and all ahould new unite veetment of about $55,000." "You eay acattered over the county. In a eontinuoue. earneat effort to atone How much territory doea It cover?" for neglect of the patt. It would be a "Thle It rathtr a email eounty, but uteleti talk. In view of thle growing of the Importenoe and my echoole that I am forced to vlelt appreciation value of education, to make any arflu- covar a tarrltarv of hinJr. mllet. and they are on many klnde of mnt or eubmlt any extended report In roada. It la quite a proportion to eu i pervtte he work of alxtyflva teaehere In forty.tlx echoole, to eay nothing of JAMES B. DUKE the office work and the Impaction that le necettary for repalra and new build Inge." I wae tllent for a moment, thinking of the probable ealary that would be paid a manager to teke charge of a I bualnett with $55,000 In the plant, ependlng $24,000 a year running etc peneee and covering a territory of a i , hundred equare mllet. I tmlled and quietly! Iatked talary doea thle county allow you your work at county euperln WHO IS TO BLAME? llllter-ealarle- ' ""' tendentr" "FIVE HUNDRED AND TEN DOLLARS." "Do the county and atate allow you an adequate expenae account?" He pulled a pocket notebook from hit detk and tmlled rather bitterly ae he aaldt "They do not vfn pay for the ttampa or atattonry In mv o'fiee work. Let m run ov h'i for a momnt and ahow you how It nora, I mut keep a horas and hunnv or I fnno' qat about. Aa this county haa never taken over the turnpike. I mutt pay my own toll. If I am far from home In winter ttay n'J night at tome time I hotel. All thle lakea mv epentt for the patt veer $210 leivtnn me at the end of the year 2P0. Thafa LESS THAN A DOLLAR A DAY FOR WORKING TIME." "What la the hlghett talary paid county euperlntendentejn .the ttate?" -- 4 Mr. Duke la transforming his 3,000-aor- e farm near Somervllle, N. J., Into a park that aurpattea In beauty the famoue royal park of Vertalllet. What was a flat plain now hat lakee, hllli, waterfalle, foreat and 32 mill of winding drives. STILL GOING at Reduced Prices All summer suits, oxfords of all kinds' wash shirts, white shoes and pumps in all sizes will go at greatly reduced prices until the entire lot is closed out. Straw hats at half price. fek-tj-s- lx pur-pos- o, HAYES BEREA, C& "We Quality Store" GOTT KENTUCKY July 18, 191a. THE CITIZEN. IRRIGATION FARMING IS DEVELOPING RAPIDLY Building of Storage Reservoirs Is Placing This dustry on a Reliable Basis. m In- Pace Five HERE ARE TWENTY NEW SPRING SUITS That Are Special Values Not that they ate on sate, but simply that they are such good Fabric and Workmanship that they would readily sell at more than their price. Oor 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. r CT31 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 luro well ventilated rootim, nnd attic, Inrgu pantry, china clonol nntl tlirro uiirtlrolieH, three grnten, tiln and cabinet mantels. FOR SALE: See These Better Than Usual Suits It will pay you to accept the suggestion promptly. Building alrundy piol for ns WUin. Smoke houso, coal Iioiiho, etc. Size of lot 00180 ft. located on Chestnut St. Really worth $3000 $2700 if told before September lit. R. J. ENGLE & SON Address W. B. HARRIS, Berca, Ky. BEREA, KENTUCKY What We Are Doing and What We Yet Need to Do to Maka Berea Sanitary and Beautiful Tho cuiuialgn la on against tilth nnd disease--. Wo havo learned that filth la tlio mother of dlaeoao and wu uro determined to rid ourselves tho of It. Every whero wo hear p to CO feet higher than tho surround ing vnlley and thero iiro few wells that bring their water over sixty fet and oven then It la fed at least partially by Uie water from tho j ridge. Tho most Important problem that wo must faco and solve la that 'of providing a water system for Ue-- ! Ten. It muBt como. Water Is ono of tho best weapons with which to combat filth. Tho College system Hlionlil bo extended or a new ono ' nnu many a worry Bet uside in tending tho simple flowers in tho yard, and health and hope walrnpon such employment. The time is 1 Installed. sentiment. If the campaign against fllUi Is Wo are noticing our business men cnrrlcd Into every nook nnd corner wo whether tho Btieets In front to f our homes and grouuds, Uerea will of the stores nnd offlceB are covered become the healthy and beautiful with pnT and boxes. And wo aro town It should .be. A behind the stores, too. looking H. C. Scale. ttoro la no longer clean when It ta clean In front no moro than a man IN OUR OWN STATE lb clean when hla faco la clean. Every where we enn hear It said that our Ceulmurd (torn Flril fagc merchant nro taking moro pride In their stores, nnd they are. Tew towna Islington over tho verdict, the case na generally being considered as ono of of 1,500 Inhabitant can show cold blooded murder. IndlgnMon meet- beautiful storea aa Uerea. arc noticing each other. j Inns nro talked of and tho patters And we tho verdict as being an We nro noticing tho lawnB In front condemn easy get off for tho slayer. the houses nnd tho back yard, of Tit too. There was a tlni" when wo blush. nmira ed and made excuses whin wo had who T. II. Wakey of IJeattyvllle, to receive callers In tho buck yard, has been contesting with A. J. Kirk but that day Is rapidly passing. for tho Republican nomination for Tho old fences are coming down Appellate Judco In this district, has and thcro la a good sale of grasa Beed announced his withdrawal from Uie and lawn mowers. Tho garbage can nice, thus giving Kirk no opposition haa made Its apicaranc on tho before tho primary In August. fctreeU of Herca and wants to find 1IA11I) AFTER HELM Its way to tho back yard and away Tho contest between Judge Sulliback, too, of every home. It wauta van and Harvey Hilm lor the nomihandles on It too bo It may bo renation In tho August Primary for moved often. Congress In this, tho Eighth district, The privy a subject which could is waxing hot, Sullivan Is after years ago not bo mentioned a few Helm's scalp cud Is waging a lively la now th topic of frequent converHelm Is not now at tho sation. Privies and thero aro four contest, but game and Is likely to bo able to tnko hundred of them In Uerea should be himself. Friends of both candU screened from files. Tho refuso should cnn of tlntea claim nn easy victory for their In boxes nud bo be depo3lted finds It onco or twice each month. ' favorite, but tin outsider tho In this way the soli around would not Imposnlblo to definitely forecast be tainted nnd unhealthy. The city result. 'MAY HE LUIItARlAN lnsector who recently mndo his secwhoso resignation Prof. Halleck ond tour of tho town reiiorts that splendid work has been done every from tho Prlnclpalshlp of tho Louis-Ivlll- e wh to in this regard. Male High School was reported The city council Is considering tho last- week Is fnvorubly spoken of for pansago of n gnrbago net and employ-lu- g tho post of librarian of the Iouls-- I a man to be constantly removvlllo l'ubllc Librrny. It Is not known ing waste to n city dump which must whether I'rof. Hnlleck Is an nppll-- , bo provided, visiting each house at cant but a number of the board aro said to favor him. least onco each month. You should visit tho public school now you say you cant get In for ! TO MEET DEMANDS the dirt. Yes you can. Tho trusts nnd a bnnd of patrons met ou tho State University Begins Training; of Road Engineers school grouuds and employed men to ciean eft tho weeds nnd brush, trim Ono of the provisions of tho recenttho trees nnd rumovo tho leaves, ly enacted law looking to tho lm-- I and clean out tho privies and now proyement of public highways, Is that tho place Is really respectable, out- thero shall bo a highway engineer side. Tho noxt program Uio people of In every county who shall havo Hoiva have Is to clean out tho build-Iii- k charge of tho building of roads. To Itwilf with a new' ono. meet this demand, tho Stnto Unlver- Let us go on with tho good work. slty Is offering n two years' courno Wo have tho motto, "Swat tho fly,' in municipal highway engineering, let us swut tho fly's grandmother will Students entering this couifo Jllth. not bo expected to present tho reg- -, Oh, yes, thero la tho vacant lot. ular ontmnco requirements. Persons 1 'wns going to say It is tho worst wishing to tnko up this lino of work nuisance In Dma 'lmt It Isn't tho lean securo npiolutmcut from tho lot that Is tho nuisance, It Is tho County Judge as tho County's town weeds. Tlio npjxnirunco of our In the University. could bo enhanced 100 per cent If clean-u' j repro-'sentuth- es Snowy Rang, Whare tha Watar Comaa From for Irrigation. 2 Canal In tha Arkanaaa Valley, Colorado. 3 Whaat Flalda In Rooky Mountains In tha Background. CONTRASTS IN THE GARDEN at hand when the work ot caring for these spots that may be made so bright and Inspiring to young and old may be undertaken and by universal employment In this wise the city will be beautified. Ueautlfy lng the envoronment ot the home will make the home lteelf more beautiful and full of content dmall Trees for 8hade. Prof. C. H. Ooetz of the forestry department In the state university does net fayor lng planting of very large trees for shade. In a bulletin containing advice as to the planting of trees on Arbor day he suggests that large trees, as a rule, suffer more from transplanting than small ones and says that a large tree will continue to grow uninterruptedly and the sooner ' make a large one. He counsels against planting any kind of a tree In any old place Just for the sake of planting. Thought 'of Its ' future development and care should be taken. Trees for transplanting, he says, should never bo more than three Inches In diameter. From one to three Inches base measure Is the best for most trees. Columbus Evening Dispatch. For soma time experts hare recognised that the arid country In the Rocky mountain region must aome day b mads to ylald a vast amount of agricultural produ'dls, but .thay alio have realized that thla could not ba accomplished except by Irrigation. The aoll In that aeoilon ia rioh and the watar aupply la aald to ba ample once It la properly stored so aa to aaiure the farmer of a continual supply during the growing season. Thla ,U being accomplished gradually. Colorado excels all other states In the amount of land under Irrigation. 'The cenaua of 1910 showed that 4,000,-00- 0 acrea were under ditch, and It was reported that with the completion of irrigation projecta under way and in contemplation, the acreage would be Increased to 8,000,000 acres. Thla la approximately of the arable area of the state. In the past the mistake was made often of the capacity of an Irrigation project Time and lexperlence has taught the butldera to one-fourt- STATEMENT OF Restful avoid this error and the aim la to put Vivid Coloring aa Well Tone 8ohema, May Ba Seoured Just enough land under ditch that can by Careful Planting. be adequately watered during the entire Irrigating aeaion. Thla policy la Contrasts of color In some parts ot restoring confidence In Irrigation and will eventually cause tha atate to be the garden are more dramatic In incompletely settled with prosperous terest, yet the more reitful schemes that Include but one tone, yellow or farmers. Colorado's annual agricultural out- pink or purple have their full value. put la now something more than It Is a good plan where large spaces $100,000,000. Thla Inoludea fruit ratt- are to be planted to have one part ing, which. In normal years, aggre- of the garden where the flowering Tines, shrubs and plants are all of gate about $7,000,000. Reliable data ahowa that the yield harmonious shades of pale reds, with of an Irrigated farm In Colorado li deep reds in shadowy corners; anoth-- r part, say at the edge of some open more than twice the yield of land In a rain-bel- t country. It la estimated sunny slope, with the blossoms yellow In that the net returns from a wall cul- and orange. Plant tivated Irrigated farm la at least IS some retired moist bit ot ground, mass per cent on the valuation of the farm. delphinium In a sunny plot near a It la not unuaual for a Colorado fn)rm shield of trees, and campanulas near to pay for Itself In two or thret banks of fern. Vines draped from years where the farmer couplea In- tree to tree, clambering over a pergola telligence and frugality together. Ap- or running along a wall, aid greatly lrj proximately $80,000,000 haa been ex- bringing about a sense of unity. pended In the construction of IrrigaA constant procession of color can tion projecta In Colorado. The total be had by a little careful planting; value of Colorado farm landa Is placed For instance, in the corner of the garat $860,000,000. den where yellow Is the color scheme, daffodils, tulips, yellow hyacinths and crocus should be planted under or near the forsythla bushes. Coreopsis, COMPARATIVE PLAYGROUNDS calllopils and marigolds can be set forget-me-nots ib1Bbbb9bbbb1bbb9bbbbHbbL9MbVI thickly as borders, and the closer the flowers are massed the better for their growth, for the ground Is thus kept moist by the thick shade of Intermingling leaves. Yellow panslos can be set In front of these, nasturtiums or even tho gay sunflower at tho back of them. Put the meadow Illy and garden Iris In a moist place and the yellow Japanese lily In a sunny plot. Scatter thickly the seeds of tho California poppy In ground that Is too sunny for most other flowers, and they can be depended upon to furnish tho gayest splash of color In the wholo garden. Yellow asters, chrysanthemums, dah-la- s must bo In evidence, and honeysuckle vines nnd climbing yellow roses allowed to rnmblo at will over a fence or over a tree. Arranging the flowers thus In a succession of crops not only affords continuous bloom and color but is also a valuable form of intensive gardening. Tho Craftsman. MAKE Llshtlng Syitem Important. Urging the extension of lighting service along country highways, and m small villages, the Electrical R view says: "The tendency of the) times Is toward better street illumination; real estate values rise and outside residents are attracted by It; and' apart from the reduction of accidents' and the Improved conditions of publlo safety afforded, the rural community finds Itself acquiring a reputation as a live center It It devotes a reasonable) sum yearly to meeting the .lighting problem with courage and far sighted-- ' ness." HALF FARE RATES TO FAIR Do not fall to visit the Blue Grass Fair at Lexington tho week of August 12th to 17th. Ono fare rates will prevail on all railroads In Kentucky. Every afternoon and evening beginning Sunday, August 11th, there will ba magnificent band concerts by Frederick Nell Innes' Orohestral Band, ao companled by Deatrlce Van Loon, one of America's younger sopranos, who is recognized as ono ot tho most charming and delightful soloists before the public THE HOME BEAUTIFUL WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT. The Woman's Department of the Blue Grass Fair, to bo held at Lexington, August 12 to 17tb, will be more Important and extenslvo this year than ever before. The premium list has been revised, and classes offered cover almost every kind ot woman's work and tablo luxuries. Tho third floor of tho Art Hall Is given entirely to thla department, and la usually ono of tha. most attractive exhibits ot tho Ola , Vines Should Cover Unsightly Fence and Back Yard Should Be a Garden. Ono of tho moving sentiments of tho day is for the betterment ot civic conot the ditions through the Tho city has Individual householder. Its part and tho civic organizations havo theirs, but the enthusing ot the individual until all Individuals aro full ot tho spirit ot making their city what it might be from tbo point of view of Blmplo esthetic adornment Is tbo thing that counts. Nature has provided tho means for j tho most satisfying kind of home en- vlronmcnt at this season. For a num-- , bor of months, tha trailing vinos inay cover tbo unsightly fences and along tho walks the beds of brilliant bloom may yield both beauty aud fragrance. Tho caro ot tho garden plot In tho back yard, whero thoro Is no front lawn, inakos up a total of enjoyment that no ono should miss. Many an anxiety Is burled with tho garden spado Pike' Peak, Colorado, Altitude, 14,109 Feet, Which Can Be 3en for Many Mile Out on the Plain. A Qllmpie of Manltou at the Bate. play-groun- d wu would keep tho weeds cut. FARM FOR SALE Finally, drink puro water. It Is to In sot acres of land for salo in (lar-rar- d bo doubted If there Is n well Ky., County, near Wnllacoton, Uerea containing puro wuter. Why? will Bell for $55 per ncro aud glvo You say your well Is supplied by n Tnn 1 1(111 Tills la stream that comes from ti dlstanc. you suro? How deep Is your groat bargain. Aro CO 1). N. Welch, Uerea, Ky. well? Tho Uerea rldgo Is from 11 Switzerland Is called "the of Europe." Colorado Is termed ''the playground of America," The moan elovatlon of the highest Alpine chain Is only from 8.000 to 9,000 feet. Colorado possesses more than 120 peaks of over 13,000 foet altitude, of which no fewer than 35 peaks rango from 14,000 upward. TIiobo figures uro sent out from Colorado by advocates of the Sco Amor-le- a First movement. Further Information from this samo source shows that the highest village In Europe Is Avers l'lati, In Switzerlandaltitude. 7.600 feet. Tho high, est Inhabited point Is tho Hospice of St. Uernnrd In Switzerland 8,200 foet. In Colorado the mining town of with 12,000 Inhabitants, is 10,200 foot abovo sea level. Other ralnloK camps nro still higher, and gold nnd silver camps are worksomii ed at over 13,000 foot altitude. Thero are wagon roads over mountain posses lu Colorado ranging from 12,000 feet upwnrd, tho highest being Mosquito pass 18,700 feet Switzerland ha a four efc?KS!Ej!3a'J Station Peak. t miles long which ascends and to an altltudo ofx4,072 feet. The from Manltou to tho top ot Pike's peak Is eight and miles long nnd tho ascent 1b 8,100 feet, renchlng nu altltudo of 14,109 feet abovo sea level. "Soo America First," Is the slogan. Seo tho west, tho east, the north and tho south then go to Europo If you must one-baid three-qunrter- s , ' on Top of Plke'a ..,.,!,.., i Fair. This year tbo second floor will ba utilized by tho "Mado In Lexington Club," and It Is needless to say will bo made ns attractive as possible, and will bo an exposition of wares manufactured In Lexington. On the lower floor tho management has arranged, with tho Canadian Gov eminent Exhibit to bring their display of wheat, grain and other agricultural products. This Bhould attract the at tontlon of every fnrmer In tbo state, as It Is tho samo display made at bis stato fairs and expositions. BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE Gasoline and PALACE MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY All kinds of fresh and cured meats and lard. A COMPLETE LINK Painti, Mowing Machines, Farming Implements, Hardware, Oil Stoves, and Groceries Prices-Right j D. CLARKSTON GiveUs aCa" MAIN STREET, near Dank Really the Only Way Out. "Young man, how do you expect to marry my daughter If you ore In debt!" "Why, sir, In ray opinion, It's tbo only square thing to do. The longer I am engaged to her, tho worse oft I will be." Life. Fish, Oysters and Poultry in Season. All kinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries. PROMPT DELIVERY t: U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. Coyle Building, Main St. :t : Phone 5?, Page Six. THE CITIZEN. worEed By a string. Trending" over, Freckles reached an arm nlKmt Wcssner's wnlst nnd helped him to his feet "Careful, now," he cautioned: "bo careful, Freddy. There's danger of you hurting me." Fishing n handkerchief from a back pocket, Freckles tenderly wiped Wcssner's eyes nnd nose. "Come, Freddy, mo child." ho admonished Wessner: "It's time little boys were getting heme. I've mo work to do nnd can't bo entertaining you any moro today. Como back tomor row If you ain't through yet and we'll repato tho porfnrmnnco," Again nn awful wrenching seized McLean. Freckle stepped bnck ns Wessner, tottering nnd reeling llko a thoroughly drunken mnn, enmo toward the path, looking Indeed as if wildcats had taken their fill of him. Tho cudgel spun high In nlr, nnd. catching it with nn expertness ac quired by long prnctlco on tho line, tho boy twirled it a second nnd, stopping out Into tho trail, followed Wessner. Because Freckles was Irish It was Im possible to do It silently, nnd presently his clear tenor rang out, though there were bad catches wbcro ho was hard pressed for breath: "It wns the Dutch! It was the Dutch. Do you think It was the Irlah hollered helpT Not muchl It was the Dutch. It wns the Dutch" Wessner turned nnd mumbled: "What you following mo for? Whnt arc? you going to do with me?" Freckles cnlled the Limberlost to wit ness. "How's that for tho lngratitudo of n boast? And mo troubling meself to show him t(T me territory wit 11 tho honors of wnr! Then he changed his tone completely nnd ndded: "Belike it's this-- . Freddy, You see. tho boss might come riding down this trail nny minute, nnd the little mare's so whcodlesorao, that If she'd come on to you in your prlslnt stnte nil of n sudden she'd stop, that short she'd send Mr. McLean out over the ears of her. No disparagement In tlnded to the slnso of the mare!" he added hastily. Wessner belched n fearful oath, and Freckles laughed merrily. had toTil Freckles to ride on doubt "If Toi' can gcttoI)uncan's, a"McLcrih of tho maplo with him, but section Don't you know when you aro done now tho boy begged to go Into the up? lou go to bed. I'll finish your swamp with Duncan. .work." "I don't seo why you wnnt to go," "Nlvcrl" protested Freckles1, "I was said McLean. "I havo no buslnea to Just n Utile done up for the prlslnt a let you out today at all." minute ngo. I'm all right nowv ltld "It's me chickens, sir," nnswered lng boots aro nway too low Tho dny's hot nnd tho wnlk a good seven Freckles. Freckles hurried into tho swamp, miles, sir. Nlver!" no was some llttlo dlstanco behind, tho outfit ho pitch As ho reached for ho could still see tho men. Before ed forward and his eyes closed. Mc, but ho overtook them they hnd turued Lean stretched him on tho moss nnd road and had entered applied restoratives. When Freckles from tho west tho swamp toward tho cast. Tbe unreturned to consciousness McLean ran derbrush was almost Impenetrable. As to tho cabin to tell Mrs. Duncan to get they plunged Into it n great black bird n hot bath ready and to bring Nellie. wept over their bends. That worthy woman promptly filled Freckles danced wildly. "It's mc wash liotlcr nnd net a roaring, fire chickens! tho Ob, It's mo chickens!" ho horse, trough shouted. under it 8 ho pushed tho "Ob, Duncan, come quick! off its batto and rolled It, up ta the You'vo found tho nest of mo precious kitchen, By tbe tlmo McLean camct again leading Nclllo nnd holding Freckles on her back, Mrs. Duncan was ready for business. Sho and tho boss laid Freck les in n trough nnd poured on hot wn tcr until bo squirmed. They soaked, rubbed nnd scoured him. Then they let tho hot wntcr off nnd closed his pores with cold. Lastly they stretched him on tho floor nnd chafed, rubbed and kneaded him until ho cried out for mercy. As they rolled blm Into bed his eyes dropped shut, but a llttlo later they llarcd open. "Mr. McLean," ho cried, "tho tree! Oh, do bo looking nftcr tho tree!' McLean bent over him. "Which tree, Freckles?" "I don't know exact, air, but it's on tbo cast line, nnd tbo wlro is fastened to it. He bragged that you nailed It yourself, sir. You'll know it by the bark having been laid open to the grain somewhero low down, nnd it wna $500 ho offered me to be selling you out sir!" Freckles' head rolled over and his eyes dropped shut McLean's mind traveled back to tbe night almost n year before when he had engaged. Freckles, a stranger. McLean bent covering tho hurt arm with one hand and laying tbe other with n caress on tbo boy's forehead. Freckles stirred nt bis touch and twittered ns softly as tho swallows under the eaves. If you'ro coming this way tomor row bo pleased to step over and we'll repato the chorus softly." "Bless tho gritty devil," growled Mc Lean. Then ho went out and told Mrs. Dun- enn to keep close wntch on Freckles nnd send Duncan to him nt tho swamp tho minute ho camo home. Following tho trail down to the lino nnd bnck to the scene nf the fight, tho boss entered Freckles' Btudy softly, ns if his spirit sleeping there might bo roused, nnd gazed about with astonished eye. How had tho boy conceived It? What n picture he had wrought in living colors! He had the heart of a painter; he bad the soul of a poet. Thu boss stepped cnrcfully over tbe velvet carpet nnd touched tho walls of crisp with gentle fiugvrs. Ho stood long beside tbe flower bed nnd gaxed at the banked wnll of bright flowers as if ho could never leave off CHAPTER VII. ver-dur- o July 18, 1912. Perhaps lhero was a breath of sound, Freckles could never afterward rememlcr, but for somo reason be lifted his bend Just ns tho bushes parted nnd tho fnco of nn nugcl look- i U1 FRECKLES By 1B1 f ! COPYR1CHT. 1904. BY DOUDLEDAY. CO. PACE t ed through. Saints, nymphs and fairies had floated down his cnthedrnl nlslo for blm tnnny times, with forms and voices of exquisite beauty. Parting tho wild roses by the wns beauty of which Freckles hnd never d reamed. Wns It real ot would It vanish ns the other dreamt Ho took n step nearer, hnd done? gazing intently. This wns real flesh nnd blood. And It wns In every way kin of tho Limberlost, for no bird ol its branches swung with easier grace than this dainty young thing rocked missed", "wuflo 'T10 ""went sometimes .plunging into tho emtio with tho Im petus of them. Freckles could not strike- with lint f Wcssner's force, hut he could land thrco blows to Wcssner's one It was here that Freckles' days or nlert watching on tho line, tho per petunl swinging of tho heavy cudgel and the enduranco of nil weather stood In good stead, for ho was ns tough as n plno knot and ns ngtlo ns n panther, lie danced, ducked nnd dodged. For tho first five minutes ho endured fear ful punl'hmcnt. Then Wrssncr's breath commenced to wh'lstlo between his teeth, when Freckles had only Just begun fighting. Ho sprang back with shrill laughter. "Begolly, nnd will your honor be whistling (ho bornptpo for me to be PROLOG KE. dancing of " he cried. TAia romance 0 Freckles and Spang went his fist Into Wcssner's the Angel of the Limberloat is face, and ho was past him Into the one 0 tho moat novel, entertain- swale. would you bo pleased to ing, wholesome and fascinating up"And little livelier?" he gasped tune n and stories that have como from the clipped his car ns he sprang back. an American author In Wessner lunged at him In blind fury. pen many years. The characters In Freckles, seeing an opening, forgot the laws of a gentleman's game and drove this sylvan tale are-- : the too of his heavy wndlng boot Into Freckles, a plucky waif who Wcssner's middle until ho doubled up guards tho Limberlost timber nnd fell heavily. In a flash Freckles was on him. For a tlmo McLean could leases and dreams of angels. not seo what was Tho Swamp Angel, In whom G.QtQhlm now!" Jje happening. "Go!commanded, himFreckles' sweetest dream ma- - of - on tho bit of morass on which she Stood. A sapling bcsldo her wns not strnlghter nor rounder than her slendet chickens!" Her soft, waving hair clunp, form. Duncnn hurried down to tho mouth nbout her fnco with ttio heat, nnd of a monstrous log. but Freckles was j curlcJ oycr ,icr BnoU,iers u wni before him. He crashed through pol- - of ono ,,!. wlth tho gold of tho sun eon iui-- nun uiiucruriinu w,cll flcrc,i through tho branches, of nny danger nnd climbed on tho ttcr CTe9 wcro jUst n,0 deepest blue ol stump. Whcu Duncnn got thcro bo lho rS( ucr ,no roI(lo!it of the was Bhoutlng llko n wild thing. foxfire, nnd her cheeks exnetly of the yelled. "Ob, me, M,u , na tll0 w(l roso ,)ctng cn. "It's hatched!" bo big chicken has hatched out mo llttlo rc9SI1B (,c,, she was smiling on chicken, nnd there's nnother egg. 1 freckles In perfect confidence, and enn see It plnln. nnd, oh, tbo funny ,ho crt,,i, "Oh. I'm so delighted that llttlo white bnhy! Duncan, enn you .ro founj you!" seo mo llttlo white chicken?" "An' nn' wns you looking for me?" Duncnn could easily seo It, and so quavered tho boy. Incredulous. could every ono else. Freckles ten"I hoped I might find you," said the derly carried the hissing, blinking lit- nngel. "You see, I didn't do ns I wni tle thing out to tho light In n leaf lined told, nnd I'm lost. Tho Bird WonaC hut. Tho men found It sufficiently snld I should stny In tho cnrrlago until wonderful to satisfy even Freckles, she enmo liack. Shu's been gouo hours. who bad forgotten ho was ever sore It's n perfect Turkish bath In there, or stiff, nnd coddled over It with cv and I'm nil lumpy with mosquito bite. cry blarneying term of endearment be Just when I thought thnt I couldn't knew. bear It another minute, nlong coraei gathered up hi tools I the biggest Pnplllo AJax you ever saw Duncan , I knew how pleased "Deal's off, boys!" bo said cheerfully. she'd be, so I ran "Tho log mauna bo touched until after It. It flew so slow nnd so low Freckles' chnukles have finished with thnt I llmnrlit n ilnren ilnw- -. 1 hut It it. We might as weel gang. Better! Theu nil nt once It went out of sight put It bnck, Freckles. It's Just out,, over the trees, nnd 1 couldn't find mj and It may chill. Ye will probably' way back to save me. I think I'vt . walked over hao twn the morn." tin hour. I hnvo been Freckles deposited tho baby beside mired to my knees. A thorn raked mi tho egg. When bo camo back ho said: nrra until It Is bleeding, and I'm tc , s ,, , terialixes. McLean, a member of a lumber company, who befriends Freckles. Mrs. Duncan, who gives moth' r love and a home to Freckles. Duncan, head teamster of timber gang. The Bird Womant who is collecting camera studies of birds for a book. r Lord and Lady O'More, who como from Ireland in .quest of a k Mo-Lea- - Tho Man tost relative. of manner, but big of heart. Wessner, a timber thief of Affairs, brusque who wants rascality made easy. Black Jack, a villain to whom thought of repentance comes too late. (Continued from last woeks Issue) SYNOPSIS. Freckles, homeless, bor, I hired 67 Bom McLean to guard the expensif Umber In the LJmberloet from Umber thieves. Freckles dees his work faithfully, makes friends with the birds and yearns to know more about nature. He Uvea with Mr. and lira, Duncan. He resolve to eel books and educate himself. He becomes tntereeted In a hue pair of vultures and calls his bird friends hja "chickens." 'Borne of the trees be Is guarding are worth n.ooo each.-- Freckles books arrive. He receives s call from wessner. Wessner attempts to bribe Freckles to betray his trust, and Freckles whins him. McLean Overhears them and witnesses the In see the? boy win nlono that bo could nfJ""Si-Mir- o pica, self, but' so intense wns spang wxirr bis fist mo w cassia's voice Dut htm he held himself of his Ufa to see what mettle was In the boy. "Don't you be wasting of me good time In the numbering of mo hands," howled Freckles. "The strlngth of me cause will make up for the weakness of mo mlmbers, and the size of a cowardly thief don't count You'll think all the wildcats of the Limberlost is tamed loose on you whin I come aglnst you, and, as for me cause, I alept with you, Wessner, the night I come down the corduroy llko a dirty, friendless tramp, and the boss was for taking me up, washing-- , clothing and feeding mo nnd giving me a borne full of love and tinderness, and a master to look to, and good, well earned money la the bank. He's trusting me bis heartful, and here comes you, you spotted toad of tho big road, and In sults me, us la an honest Irish gintle-mln, by hinting that you concalve I'd he willing to shut me eyes and hold fast while you rob him of the thing ' reached .with tho effort IIIIE tiger ready bushes III BDrn" like nsa Freckles' to A I I CHAPTER VI. WEssrrcn gets a thrashing. boss crouched among the At Inst Freckles sprang up and back ed nway. "Timer' ho yelled llko a fury. "Bo getting up, Mr. Wessner, and don t be afraid of hurting me. I'll let you throw In an extra hand nnd lick you to mo complnto satisfaction all tho same. Did you hear me call tho limit? Will you get up and be facing mo?" As 'Wessner struggled to his feet he resembled a battlefield, for his cloth ing was In ribbons nnd his face anil hands streaming blood. "I I guess I got enough," he mum bled. "Oh, do you?" roared Freckles. ''Well, this ain't your say. You come )n to mo ground lying about me bo ind lntlmatin' I'd stale from his very pockets. Now, will you be standing up and taking your medicine like a man or getting It poured down the throat of you Uke a baby? I ain't got enough. Tula la only Just the beginning with me. Be looking out there!" Ho sprang against Wessner and sent him rolling. He attacked tbo unresisting figure and fought him until be lay limp and s0!l and Freckles had no strength left to lift an arm. Then he rosu and stepped back, gasping for breath. With hi first good lungful of air he shouted. "Time!" But the figure of Wessner lay motionless. Freckles watched him with regardful eye and aaw at last that he was completely exhausted. Ho bent over him and, catching him by the back of the neck, Jerked him to bis, knew. Wessner lifted the faco of n'whlpped cur and, fearing further, punishment, burst into great shivering sobs. whHe tho tears washed tiny rivulets through the blood and muck. Freckles: stepped back, glaring nt Wessner, but suddenly tho scowl of nnger and tho ugly disfiguring red faded from tbo boy's face. lie dabbed at a cut on his temple, from which Issued a tiny crimson stream, aud Jauntily shook back his hair. Ilia faco took on tbo Innocent look of a cherub, nnd his voluo rl-valcd that of a broodlug dove, but into bis eyes crept a look of diabolical 1 not stir. I was set and paid to guard and then act the sneak and liar to him and ruin and eternally blacken the soul of me. You rascal," raved Freckles, "be fighting before I forget tho laws of a game nnd split your dirty head with mo stick!" Wessner backed nway, mumbling. "But I don't want to hurt you, Freckles." "Oh, don't you!" raged tho boy. "Well, you nln't resembling mo none, for I'm itchln' llko death to gtt mo fingers in the face of you." He danced up and, ns Wessner lunged out in self defense, ducked under bis arm llko a bantam and punched him In the pit of tho stomach, so that ho doubled up with a groan. Before Wessner could straighten him- mischief. He glanced vnguoly about him until self Freckles was on him, fighting like the wildest fury. The Dutchman dealt ho. aaw lit club, seized nud twirled it thundering blows that sometimes like u drum major, Ktuck it upright In landdpiid sept Ifrecklcs reeling nnd the muck nnd marched on tlptoa over to Weg.Bn.er mechanically. nsn pujuyt HHRR hnd Freckles ever found nnd how had he transplanted such ferns? As McLean turned from tbcm he stopped sudden- Ho hnd reached the door of the cnthedrnl. Thnt which Freckles had nttempted would have boon patent to nny one. What hnd been In the heart of the shy. silent boy when bo had found that long, dim stretch of forest. decorated its entrance, cleared nnd smoothed Its nlslo nnd carpeted Its What veriest work of Ood wns In voice. theo mighty living pillars and tho Freckles snatched down his sleeve arched dome of green! How like stainand rose to his feet ed cathedral windows were tho long "Excuse me, sir," bo said. "You'll openings between tho trees, filled with surely be belnvln' I thought mwolf rifts of blue, rays of gold and the shift alone. ing emerald of leaves'. Where could McLean pushed him carefully to the be found mosaics to match this nlslo sent nnd. bending over him, opened a paved with living color and glowing pocket case that he carried ns regu- lights? Was Freckles a devout Chris larly ns his revolver nnd watch, for tian and did he worship here? Or was cuts nnd bniNes were of dally be nn untnught heathen nnd down this among the gang. vista of entrancing loveliness did Pan Taking tho hurt arm, he turned back come piping nnd dryads, nymphs and the sleeve nnd bathed and liound up fairies dance for him? the wounds. He examined Freckles' Who can fathom the heart of a boy? bead and body and convinced himself McLean had been thinking of Freckles wns no permanent injury, that tlero na a creature of unswerving honesty, Then be sat down beside Freckles. All the indescribable beauty of tbe courage and faithfulness. Hero was place was strong about blm, but he ovidenco of a heart aching for beauty, saw only the bruised face of tbe suf art, companionship, worship. It was fering, boy, who had hedged for tho in writ large all over the floor, walls and formation he wanted like a diplomat, furnishing of that llttlo Limberlost srgued llko a Judge, fought llko a clearing. When Duncan camo McLean told him sbelk and triumphed llko a devil. As the pain lessened and breath tbo story of the light, and they laughed caught up with Freckles' pounding until tbey cried. Theu they started heart be watched tbo boss from the around tho Hue iu search of tbe tree-tail of his eye. How bad McLean got Said Duncan, "Now tho boy Is In for there, and bow long had bo been soro troublo!" there? Freckles did not dare ask. At "I hope not," nnswered McLean, last be aroso and, going to tbo case, "You never in all your life saw a cur Uo won't took out his revolver and tbe wlro whipped so completely. mending apparatus and locked the coma back for the repetition of tho chorus. Wo can surely And tbo tree. door. Then bo turned to McLean. "Havo you any orders, sir?" bo ask If wo can't Freckles can. I will bring enough ot tbe gang to tako It out at ed. Yes," said McLean, "I have, and once. Ttiat wil insuro peaco for a you aro to follow them td tho letter. time at least, and I nni hoping that in Turn over that apparatus to me and n month moro tho wbolo gang cau be go straight home. Soak yourself in moved here. It will soon bo fall, and tbo hottest bath your skin will bear then, If ho will go, I intend to send and go to bed at once. Now, hurry." Freckles to my motner to uo ouucaicu. "Mr. McLean," said Freckles, "It's With his qulckucsd of mind nnd body sorry I nm to be telling you, but the nnd a few years' good help ho enn do afternoon's walking ot tbo lino nln't anything. Why, Duncun, I'd give a done. You see, I was Just for getting hundred dollar bill If you could buve to mo feet to start, and I was ou good been hero and seen for yourself." Locating tho tree was an easy task tlmo when up camo a'glntlemnu, and we got Into a llttlo heated argument. becauso It was so well Iduiitlfled. It's olther settled or It's Just begun, When tho rumblo of the lumber wag but between us I'm thnt lato I haven't ons passing the cabin on tho way to started for tho afternoon yet I must tbo swamp wakened Freckles next be going nt once, for thero's n tree I morning ho sprung up aud wus 'soon following them. Tho tree was n gUut must find beforo the day's over." "You plucky little idiot," growled maplo aud so precious that they . lt.out.bx tjio roots. McLean "you can't walk the lino! J . "That's a sample or tne thanks n generous act's always for getting," bo continued. "Here's me neglectin' me work to csciiort you out proper, nnd you saying such awful words. Fred dy," ho demanded sternly, "do you want mo to soap out your mouth? You don't seem to bo realizing It, but If you was to buck into Mr. McLean in your prlslnt state without me thcro to explain matters tho chance is he'd cut the liver out of you. nnd I shouldn't think you'd be wanting such n fine gin tlemnn ns him to see that It's white." Wessner grow ghastly under hh grime nnd broke Into n staggering run. Freckles twirled the baton and stood like n soldier nt "attention" until Wessner left the clearing, but It wns the Inst scene of thnt performance, w ucn 1110 iioy tunica there was n deathly illness In his face, nnd his legs wavered llko reeds beneath his weight. He staggered back to tho case, and opening It, ho took out a piece of cloth He dipped it into the water and. sit ting on n bench, he wiped the blood nnd grime from his face, while his breath sucked between his clinched teeth. Ho wns shivering with pain nnd excitement in spite of himself. He unbuttoned the band of his right sleeve, and, turning it bnck, exposed the blue lined, calloused whiteness of his maimed virm. now vividly streaked wlth.conyiilon?, while In n series of circular dots the blood oozed"" slowly, nere Wessner had succeeded In setting ills teeth. When Freckles saw whnt It was he forgavo himself the kick In tho Pit of Wcssner's stomach. "Freckles, Freckles." saldN McLean's I I I tired and warm." Sho parted tho bushes stilt further. Freckles saw that her llttlo blue cot ton frock clung to her, limp with per splration. It wns torn across the breast. Ono slecvo bung open froit shoulder to oIImw. A thorn had rakcl her nrm until It wns covered- wltt blood, nnd tho gtints nnd mosqnltoei wero clustering about It. Her feel were In lace hoso nnd low shoes. Freckles gnsped. In the Limberlost In low shoes! He cnught an armful of mos.i from his cnriiet and burled II in tho oozo In front of her for a footing. "Get out hero where I can see whert you nre stepping. Quick, for tho lift of youT' ho ordered. Shu smiled on blm Indulgently. "Why?" she Inquired. "Did nnybody let you como hero nnd not lie telling you ot tho snakes 7" urged Freckles. "We met Mr. McLean on tho cerdu I J A.X A(OEI. UATEMALIZKS. "dial's orr, otsI" nn hud rOLLT. cuexo- - "I made a big tnlsuko not to be bringing tbo egg out with tbe baby, but I was fearing to touch it. It's shaped. llko a hen s egg, and It's big ns n tur-- , key's, and thu benutlfulest blue Just splattered with big brown splotches, ' baby." "Tell you wbnt, Freckles." snld one of tho tenmsrerH. "Ilnvo you ever beard of this hint woman that goes all over the counlry with n camera nnd like mo book said, precise. Hut you never saw such n sight as It made on tbo yellow of the rotten wood beside that funny leathery faced llttlo white ' ' ; m 3? ( roy, nnd he did nay something about llnakos, I believe. Tho Bird Woman I'ut on leather legglns, and a nice, rurbotletl tiaio she must bo having! ver unu, nnu 111 notn- "ulHl UUBO ,u lo uo uul sweiier. "W1U ou 1,0 coming out of there?" groaned Freckles. Suo '""Kbed as if It wero a One Joke. "Maybe if I'd bo telling you I killed hereabouts?" a rattler curled up on that Bamo place No ono ever bad. "Well," said tho teamster, "falling you're standing us long as mo body to get this log lets mo oft till noon, and tho thickness ot mo arm you'd bo and I'm going to town. If I was moving whero I can seo your footing," making a living taking bird pictures ho urged Insistently. "Wbnt imperfectly delightful little seems to mo I'd bo mighty glad for a broguo you speak," sho said. "My fachanco to take. ono llko that." "Then you bo sure to tell her to ther is Irish, and half ought to bo enough to eutltlo mo to do that much. come," said Freckles. telling you.'" ebo Tho next mornlnir Frix-klrhnrrlwi 'Maybo-- lf I'd-- bo about tho trail, and on his way down Imitated, rounding and accenting each tho east sidu ho slipped In to seo tho wor(l carefully. chickens. Tho mother bird was ou ' "lt you was understanding tbo dan- tho nest. Ho was afraid tho other Scr'" uo contluued desperately. egg might Just bo hntchlng, so ho did ' "0u' 1 ioa't think thero Is much!" 8qo tilted on tho morass. not venture to disturb her. Ho made "lf rou kMotf ono Bimko hero It's tho round nnd reached his study early, Ho had his lunch nlonc nnd did not probably all thero Is near, nnd nny. need to start on thu second trip until waJ' tn0 Bird WoraJm says a rattle- snuko Is a gentleman aud always gives the middle- of tho afternoon. Ho warning beforo 'ho strikes. I don't would havo long hours to work on his hear any rattling. Do you?" flower bed, improvo hU btudy and "Would yon bo kuowlug It if' you learn nbout his chlekeiis. did?" asked Freckles almost "ImpaThe bent beenmu moro Insistent. tiently. Noon come, nnd Freckles nto his r How tho laugh of tho young thing aud settled for 1111 hour or two on rijjxiltdl. n bench with a .book. (Continued next wook.). a din-ae- makes pictures-Sho made some on my brother Jim's place last summer, nnd Jim's so wild nlvout them ho quits plowing nnd gjes nfter her about every nest bo finds. Ho helps her all he , can to get them, nnd then sho gives blm n picture. Jim's so proud of what he has be kcfis them in lho Bible. , ne shows them to everybody that comes and Crags about how ho helped to tako them. If vou're smart vrm'll send for her and she'll come nnd make ' a picture Just like life. If you help. btt vbo will give you one. It would De uncommon pretty to keep after your ' birds aro gone. 1 dunuo what they re. I never seo their llko bcoro. Tbey must Im something rare. Anv you fellows ever seo a bird like that. wis it usal on would it vakisu? I' I THE CITIZEN Page Seven. WMnONAL SUNMrscnooL Moham- Lessor (Br E. O. medanism Kve-nln- We Have Become Slaves to Our Servants By the INFANTA EULALIA of Spain BE RE A Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OP THE MOUNTAINS What Are Your Talents? What Are Your Aim.? Berea Hat the Training That ! Institute of Clilcngo.) I)pnrtmntf BKM.KIUJ, Tin Director of Moody a lllblu fly Edward A. MarshaD, jlF0IOJLY21 THE GROWTH OF THE KINGDOM. LESSON IS. TKXT-Mft- tW com tl MUomtt Gnm ol M00J7 tut. 1 n in- j AN ESTABLISHED FACT THAT WE HAVE BECOME SLAVES TO OUR SERVANTS, WHO IMP08E LORDLY CONDITIONS ON US WHEN THEY ENTER OUR SERVICE, COMPELLING US TO ACCEDE TO THEIR UNREASONABLE DEMAND8 UNDER PAIN OF OSTRACISM BY THE WHOLE SERVANT CLA88. T IS flc 4:24-1- Matt. Ill TEXT lleware of false to you in siteop's cio7hinV"'ut wordly they nr. ravcn.n Tho study Is becoming wolmuu. things havo como to such ilinf rlin ?A"MTT.V f! ..... . v m A T.Q AT TTrYHn? ...... . .. w A WTJflT TTAVP j ON SUNDAYS bccaiiso tlio clicf or cook spends his or Lor Sundays nn 1 - In America I cito typical examples uuui Bett For YOU. Jn Q GOLDEN TF.XT-'T- hy l thy will rtli.,,-M- dono, tt. e:ia m Kingdom come, In heaven so on Last wook wo observed the fnct ttmt tho genesis of tlila now kingdom Jesut enmo to establish wn to bo tho life. Iiln llfo, when was as iced. Tho reception of tlio seed In varlque porta of aoll, howovor, mndo a vast as to tho ultlmato outcomo. Today wo may obscrvo from theso words of tho Master whnt nrn to bo tho processes of the establishing of the kingdom, for we do not rend Into this pnroblo a record of tho flnnl but rather that these parables reveal different nspoots of tho earao genornl process. While It la truo thnt this first para-bi- o Is only recorded by 8t Mark It Is In reality n complement of these para-blenbout the kingdom found In tho thirteenth of Mntthow and clsewhora. Wo hnvo already noted that the seed Is tho word, and thnt tho aoll Is tho hearts of men, but hero Jesus tells us that In the spiritual oa In tho material unlrerso man "knoweth not how" tho llfo prlnclplo propogntes Itself. It Is a helpful thought to every Christian worker that be la not to bo held accountablo for thnt part of the procota; tils part la to bo that of tho man who shall cast tho seed Into tho ground. Not upon, but "Into." (r. 26). Having thus planted tho seed lot him 'aleop and rlso ngaln" 0. g., lot him trust a wise, God to soo to It thnt tho seed germinate and bring forth. All of your worrying and mine cannot hasten tho proccm nor change tho result onco tho aeed la town, bo let ua bo careful to sow them right and ns far as possible be euro we plant It In properly prepared roll. Process Is Qradual. Again let ua beware of presumptu-ousnes- a "ho knowetli not how." Can you, nty render, detlno llfef Can you explain the transmission, the development, the propagation of life? We accept tho results of thrso things In nature without questioning, why stagger at similar things In the spiritual EfJtlnjI W1'Z- - lUst!pjithereallty. ol n l, A" n Blut5n f t!lo.domc?tic Prblcm companies to furnish this religion.1 moro and moro populnr. Bcrvico could bo formed in various cities so that wo could tolophono to It is nn excellent ono of them when wo wanted a bath or to bo dressed or to havo our ofnratlvo tlan , ssw. tin. led Is Mohammo- danlam, nnd It Is hold by some to be a stepping stono bn'r nrrflngcl our housowork dono, and so on. weigh Sinco tho abolition of slavery domestic sorvico has assumed con timm11 ncw nml moro imprcssivo forms until now, ns an institution, nnd for "thonon- Christians to real- - it THREATENS TO DISAPPEAR COMPLETELY. Tho words fraternity, which somo do not understand at all ChSmnirtrCOnf Hborty' GW d otbors 1LTSLNTERPRET, aro RESPONSIBLE FOR THE of tho systems that is being stud- - GREAT UNREST IN SOCIETY". peoplo Vo tho rcllg- " INTENSIVE FAR! NG j to Christianity. In examining Board of Health to Test Cattle tncTTJlirfstTuh Tlfo" wl7on"'we "See" aTl j about us Its resultsT In verses 22 and 23 of this snmo chapter wo are admonished that If wo have ears "let him henr" (a posltlvo Injunction) and nlaioat tho very noxt word tells us to "toko heed what wo hear." Going on down to verse 2S of tho lesson wo seo clearly tho reason for theso words, for our Uvea will grow and will reproduce each after Its own kind. If we now wheat wo ronp wheat. If wo allow tares to bo sown In our lives wo shall renp tares. Tho process Is a gradual one, but a suro one. "First tho blade, then tho ear, nnd then tho full corn In tho earjl ,Jhn harvest will not tnko placo until tGe prcx!eHH Do completed, rt In not till the fruit la rlpo that tho puts forth his sickle. Wo oro not to bother ourselves so much with the process as wo nro to guard tho source. Sow good seed nnd God will sco to It that It shall bring forth. Lot us not expect tho "full corn" of rlpo experience from tho "tender blndo" of early Christian llfo. Let ua ltavo patlenco till theso young Christians hnvo ttmo to reach tho full maturity of their powers. Jesus tho harvester of this parablo know when to put In tho sickle, viz., when tho fruit Is "rlpo," (v. 20, K. V.) The Main Truth. Looking back over history his was , indeed "less than all tho seeds In tho earth," yet ho set Into motion those principles nnd powora that havo caused his kingdom to becomo great in tho earth (Isa. 8:7.) Under tho branches of this kingdom hnvo lodged tbo weary and the strlokon ones. Tho birds of the air symbolize, tho gathering together of the nations of tho earth that they may take refugo under the shelter and shadow of tho 'kingdom of God, soo Exok. 17, Daniel 4, eto. Wo must bowaro of fanotful interpretations or applications. Tho main truth Is that almost without exception tho beginnings of nil great xnovemontB In the kingdom of God hnvo been llko mustard aood, small but exceeding great In tholr growth. (Witness such moral developments as jbo slavery question. Comparo tbo present day temperance agitation with what it amounted to one hundred, yes, twenty-fiv- e years ago. Tbo samo can be said of countless other "movo-ments." For the third parablo that of tho leaven which a woman bid in tho throe measures of meal we noed to rotor to Paul's inspired words as record, ed in 1 Cor. 6:5-- 7 and Gal. 6:8-9- . Horo Paul explicitly tells us that leaven Is a typo of ulu. That wo who aro in Christ are a now lump, unleavened. That the old leaven is that of mnllco and wickedness, but tbat wo who liavo put away leaven are tho bread of sincerity and truth. What do we therefore infer? Viz., that as growing up alongside tho good seed shall also row tho tares with fruitage of death and decay. tho various sys- -' In with U. S. Department of Agriculture terns of religion. great care must bo exorcised Tho increasing cproad of tubercu- - application for tho cooperative test. in searching for tho pointB or contact Icsls among dairy cattlo endanger Tho Uurcau of Animal Industry of less wo strlvo to mako them tiolnts in.. (1m (ittlillrt 1. swill. 1... i ,"v J'UUIV tho Department of Agriculturo wishUVUiVU. UJ .lUUSillll -. It an t""mgh m,lk and es to encourago all dairymen to keep r lms1,maJo necessary tuberculin tested cattlo and protect hammed Is considered tho last of tho great prophets who inaugurated theso aBal,,Et this dlsoaco In bovincs. Ily tho consumer from tuberculosis, nnd gront religious systems. Ho was born '"'"Inntlng diseased cattlo from tho to promoto tlio work, they announco In Mecca nbout COO years after Christ, clty dairies, tho most potent sourco a cooperative test with tho Stato At tho ago of twenty-flvho married of infection to infanta can bo Btamp- - Board of Health of Keptuky, gratia a wealthy widow for whom ho had car- - cd out, as It is shown that a largo to owners. In order to obtain tho rlod on buslnoas..by caravan, between iercentngo of children suffering from services of tho Government cxporU 118 bo: tuberculosis aro Infected with tuber- - In testing tho herds, It will b) L,nt" C?n ?!!v I)rama,BCUBaspirations nnd 0 nna necessary to comply with tho regula ba,C"U of Ul ,bovlno tyi' on various occasions while In fccIu- tracod directly to tho tions of tho Bureau of Animal Indus slon In a cavo experienced strange tUo hnlluclnntlons thnt ho attributed to m,lk of Infected dairy cattlo. And try, which states that animals which uo tho Influenco of angels. Ho consld- at, when mlcro- - react to tho test will havo to bo ered himself constituted a prophet by fcooplcal examination of milk in va- - Isolated from tho healthy herd, or unlirlol and took up" tho work of ro- - rlous cities of tho United States ha3 slaughtered, according to tho Governformation. Ho became blttor acnlnBt disclosed this germ (Tubcrclo ba- ment Meat Inspection Laws.- - Tho Idolatry ond opposed some of tho In cillus) In market milk In from two to owner, of course, may chooso his consistencies of his tlmo. However, sixty per cent of tho samples exam- plbasuro in this matter. It is hoped ns years went on, ho beenmo grasping, which caused him to break his own ined? Tho producer nnd consumer that all dairymen In tho stato will tho danger, avail themselves of this opportunity laws and do Inconsistent things. To simultaneously reallzo Justify hlmsolf In this, ho claimed ho nnd wish to sell milk and buy milk by making application for tho services had received rovelatlons granting him from tested herds, respectively, thereof tho Government experts, stating special permission to do them. Ho by complying with tho Proclamation tho number of cows In tlio herd. Tho soon took up tho sword nnd becamo a of tho Stato Board of Health and Board of Health will bo glad to fllo leader of a band of brigands. After City Health Ordinances, which ncces-iltat- o all applications for testing on or his death, Abu Dekr took up tho work that all cattlo bo tested for before July 8, 1912. Further informannd began tho conquest of Palcstlno and Syria. It was carried on by his tuberculosis before milk Is sold for tion gladly furnished upon applicasuccessors until Asia Minor and North human consumption. Tills ends tho tion. Africa, wero conquered. Thoy then controversy, and tho dairymen nro Address: Robert Graham, Stato attempted to get Into Kuropo through only too glad to test their cattlo, Veterinarian, Experiment Station,' Constantinople on tho east nnd Gaul when tho cost of testing Is reduc- Lexington, Ky. on tho west. They wero driven back, ed to absolutely nothing. As evidence J. N. McCormlck, Secy., Stato Board which delivered Etiropo from tho yoko of this fact, many havo already mado of Health, Bowling Green, Ky. of Motrammednnlsm. Tho conquest hen went to tho oast toward India, or which an old Indian tradition says, nnd southward into tho Sudan in A DAY AT OLD JONESBOROUGH "Whoever drinks from tho old Africa. I Con "nurd froti Hint Page mill spring Is suro to como back and Mohammedanism is a mlxturo of Paganism and Judaism. It Is strong- ceded her counties west of tho moun- drink again," and tho last word of ly Monotheistic; teaches absoluto tains to tho national government, af- my old lady friend was tho quory, and thnt only Moslems nro ter tho Revolutionary war, but they "Havo you drunk from tho old mill saved. Its spirit Is "rulo or ruin;" spring ?" I am Buro I shall wish to peaceably If thero la no opposition, but wero not accepted In tho tlmo that re- with tho Iron heel, if necessary. Mo- had been allowed and North Carolina K back again to tho mountain hammed got his Idea of God from Ju- vent back on her offer. Tho western rlou of Eastern Tennessee. J. H. Robertson. to daism. Ho took only tho nttrlbuto of settlurs, howovor, determined Juatlco and mado a cod of law to break from North Carolina and formwhom ho gavo absoluto sovereignty, ed a stnto of their own called FrankLORIMER OUT AT LAST but attributed to hlra llttlo Interest in lin, which existed for about flvo tho weal or woo of the human raco. years Its president or governor was Votes Stand 55 to 28 Short History Since rw considered God to bo but ono of the Case person, ho becamo very blttor ngalivst John Sevier, whoso farm was near Christianity on tho ground that ho con- Jonesborough. Tho Lorimer caso catno to a voto Tho old court houso has been torn sidered It polytheistic becauso of tho 'three persons In tho Godhead. In or down to mako way for n now ono Saturday and, as predicted, tho ''blond der to account for Christ, tho Moham- and it was not possible to get tho old boss" this tlmo lost out, tho voto medans toach that Just beforo Christ records which show transfers of pro being 05 for expulsion and 2S for was crucified, tho angel Gabriel ar- IK!rty and wills that go back of tho j retaining his seat. As tho record is ranged for soma ono else, who looked Revolutionary war. Tho writer was "ow. tho Illinois Senator is conslder- llko Christ, to bo crucified In his placo. glvcn Boveral ccraps by ono of tho ed novcr to havo been a Senator, Mohammed In order to securo for himhis election having been fraudulent. self dlvlno authority assertod that ho courteous residents of tho placo, that Kentucky's Senators, Bradley nnd was tho paracleto whom Josus had wero jilcked out of a mas3 of materpromised. away In tho cleaning up. Painter, voted In favor of tho acHo consldorod Jesus n ial thrown moro prophet nnd Inferior to himself. Ono of tho scraps was a bill that had cused. Tho Lorimer caso has been ono of Ho hlmsolf being tho last of tho been owlng foi twelvo years. It reads disprophets of God. The Mohammedan "July 1770, Jacob Brown to Dinltl tho chief topics ot newspaper view of creation is very much similar Smith. To assisting him In Traveling cussion for moro than two years. It to that found in tho lllblo. However, Logan in April 1910, a year attor his tho creation of man differed in that It from Nolachuklo to Chlssclls mines Virginia money, Pounds Stato election to tho Scnato by tho IlliIs said that God took a lump of clay a and broko It Into two plecos, creating of North Carolina, Washington Coun- nois Legislature, as tbo result of mankind from thorn both. Of tho ono ty." It camo beforo tho Justico of newspaper story In tho Chicago Trlb-unho laid, "Thoso to heaven and I caro tho Pcaco in '.May 17SS. not," and of thoso mado from tho oth- This .T.irnh Umivii la nnld in hnvn Shortly after tho publishing of this cr lump ho said, "Thoso to hell and I bMn ,uo fIr8t merchant wcst ot tho story exposing tho corruption of tho care notf Legislature, Lorimer demanded an inAlleghany mountains. . Sin to tho Mohammedan is far dlf--f , , vestigation by tho Senate. This inwrU,c,r found a of, feront from sin to th. Christian. In ' verauda ct tu0 lltel vestigation was granted and resulted ladl8 on tho first placo, sin ha. nothing to do with our nature, for man Inherited nni' they proved to bo tho oldest In his favor by a voto ot 46 to 40, uau March 1st, 1011. non of tho sinful naturo of Adam. ; liiunuiianiB or mo piaco anu aro not 'an endless amount of Intsrcstlng in- Second, sins of Ignoranoo This did not end tho matter as now oountod ns wrong doing. Third, only formation. Ono had como from an ovldenco had been discovered and tho wilful violation of known law is aristocratic family of Philadelphia tho Illinois Legislature began an -- est ow- - investigation and other exposures LeV " m , ,ns to cau8e1 ndvnnc?a tho press led to a second investiga-atonemeturo fixed so that salvation through tho flnan- - tlon on tho part of tho Scnato is not necessary. Nclthor mado to Uobcrt they any provision from tho pres. cl'" f tho Revolution. Among licr 'nelf. As beforo, this last named content powe of sin. To match this cherished prizes, in tho quaint old mltteo divided, tho majority teaching regarding Bin. tho room into which tho writer wa3 ing n report oxonoratlng Lorimer, Mohammedans havo planned a heaven taken, was tho portrait of a beau- - ' but tbo minority roport called for juuoi eensuat inuuigencoa wnero iney t(ul young woman, tho bridesmaid his ox pulsion and tho voto being taked !f,PeCi CUChe!l' "Dolly Madison." resulted as above. 0n tho W" 8t:)(d U' brl I bud always eattnr and drlnkin. "Never spend your nionoy boforo The treatment accorded Mohammo. '"8 which was onco Washington Col dan women ls'almost as severe as can lego, tho first educational Institution you havo earned It." be found under brutal paganism. A west of tho AUeguanlcB and tho al"Whatever la worth doing at all man may causo his wlfo to leavo htm ma mater of many famous men. In by saying, "Thou art divorced." Her August thero la to bo a homo com- is worth doing well." duty to htm Is lmpllolt obedlenoo and ing and hundreds ot invitations havo Dr. Whltetlcld was accused by ono reverential silence in bis presence. X been sent to prominent peoplo nil of hla hcarors ot rambling In bis disMohammedan woman's bop ot heaven over tho country who look back to courses, no roplicd, ''if you will rani, la to have a husband and tkvu to this old placo as homo. On tho card bio to tho dovll, I must ramblo after In to bo bis attendant. Is a picture of tho old mill spring you." I ;rh :5SS5.. o br Are you not far advanced? Then enter the FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, 8uptrlnUndnt Hsre TO will bo placed with others like yoursalf, under a special teacher, and maka common most rapid progress. You will, master Arithmetic and th branches and be ready to use thorn. You will bava slnglni, drawing, farm and household management, and free On year in the Foundation School costs less than 90 and la worth $1,000. 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You select your studies from such as these: Phyal ology the science of health; Civics the science of governments Grammar the art of correct speech and Ethics tho science of right and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general lntelllgenoaj Botany necessary for the doctor and interesting to every lady; Physi- othe science ot machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., eto. Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start la the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY C0URSE8, Franele E. Mathtnjs, Dean. Best training In Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. Th s Aoademy has l'ta own and Men's Dormitory, and a large bod ot atudanU of high character and ability, able instructors, lad uae ot Om leg Library and apparatus text-bookBook-Bindinlettor-wrlUoclass-room- f ' Berea College DR. CHAS. F. HUBBARD, Dean The ColUg lUelf stands apart from all the other schools under IK asa agement and has long maintained the highest standards known In the fouUL To conform to the Carnegie standards we bar 'diminished our termer re qulromentsl Required and elective atudlea with opportunity to conoentra in .particular lines. Leisst collsge library la Kentucky. LaboratorjM equipped for atudent practice. Courses leading' to th degree ot A. B, it 8., B. Ia, and B. Ped. MUSIC (singing Free). Reed Organ, Vole Culture, PUno, Taorj. Band, may be taken for special fee in oonnaoUoa with work la any t lit) above loaoola, "n " Questions Answered Berta, Friend of Working Student. Berea College, with It afflVatef schools, 1 not a monay-makininstitution. It require certain fee, boi It expends many thousand of. dollar eaoh year for th benefit of K students, giving highest advantage t Iowat cost, and arranging tor student to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILV, with careful regulation to protect th character and reputation ot th young people. Our student com troa the beit famlllea and are earnest to do well and ImpVove. For any who ma be tick th Collage provide doctor and nun without extra cbarge. All exoapt those with parent in Berea lire (n College building, an4 assist in work ot boarding ball, farm and shops, receiving raluabl training, and getting pay according to the value ot their labor. Except In wl tar tt 1 expaoted that all will bar a obanc to earn a part ot their Writ to th Secretary before coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postaga, book, etc, rary. with different people. Berea favor plain clothing. Our climate 1 the bat, g pen. but a ttudant must atttnd class regardless ot the weather, warm wrftf and undarolothlng, umbrella and overshoes are naotssary. Th tlye Store furnishes books, toilet artlolas, work uniforms, umbrallaa an4 etbr neossiary artlolea at coat LIVING EXPENSES are rallyblow cost. Th College asks no rest for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough' room rent to pay for oleanlng, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing ot bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, 11.35 a week, in th faO, and $1.50 in winter. .For furnished room, with futL lights, washing ot bed ding, iO to 60 cants for each parson. First a "Dollar Deposit," a guarant tor 6CHOOL FEES 'are two. return of room key, library book, etc. Thl la paid but onoe, and 1 Mturn4 whan th student departs. Becond an "Incidental Fee" to belpon expenses for care of school build-i-n gs, hospital, library, etc. (Student pay nothing for tuition or service ot teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for molt students is 16.00 a term, 16.00 In Academy and Normal, and 17.00 la CoUa , glate couraea. PAYMENT MUST be IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent fcf! th term, board by th halt term. Installments are as followai HAH, TltRM VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADBMY AND NORUAL COLLKOH Incidental Fee Room Board, 7 weeks Amount due Sept. tl, 1911 . . . Board 7 week, due Oct. 30, 19:1 Total for term It paid In ndvnnrn Incidental Fee Room Hoard. 6 weeka . 3.00 5.60 9 45 J 6.0a 7.00 9 45 9 45 i 7.00 fjoos 9 45 t'lS 3X.40 I 7.00 3 9 7. JO 9 00 . .. I3U.0O WINTKR TKRM I9 50 t ;. 600 9.00 31.40 III 90 I 6.00 7.10 9.00 0. , o. .. f.'o.oo Amount due January I, 1913 Board for 6 weeks, due Feb. 1 j, 191J 9.00 Total for term f 19.00 I( mld In mlvnnco . . . . 12H.30 STRING TERM Incidental Fee f 5 00 lil.JO 9.00 00 Iji.jo f30.7O J6.00 soo fjj.la 31.70 I 7.00 SOO 75 Room Board, 5 weeks 1913 4.00 6 7s 0 75 Amount due March 26, 1913 Mourn 3 week, aue Apr. so, Total for term If pnld In advance . 1575 ii;.7s 75 I Special Expenses '. 50 Jn OO S4.00 J4 so fas.00 IO.OO 5 SO Business. Fait 14.00 14 TiuSS i0,t thfi: '"ftcrs J ' M'8. mak-stran- J - n Stenography and Typewriting Bookkeeping (regular courw) Bookkeeping (brief courte) Du.lnfM course atudlea for itudentt In other departraenti: . Steiiogiarihy Typewriting, with one hour'a use . of Inatrument Commercial Law. Commercial Geography. Commercial Arithmetic or i'enmanthip. each Iu nocate will ipeclai Busineu Fee exceed It'inUr Sprint fu.oo u.oo 6.00 19 Tctat 36.00 19.00 00 7.00 00 5.00 10.50 7 9 00 750 5.00 1.30 7.oo IS 00 00 6.00 J15 I.80 1.10 00 per terra. 3 40 Plan Now, Come September 11th d gt Any yotinir man or young; woman enn got nn education at Uerta if there is tho will to do so. It Is a groat advantage to start in the fall and liavo a full year of continuous study. Many young peoplo wnsto tlmo in tho public schools going ovor and over the same thlngH, when thoy might he Improving much faator by coming to lleroa nnd starting In on now stttdloH with some of tho host young men and womun from othor counties anil states. Make your plans to como on September 11. For information or friendly advlco wrlto to tholSecrotary, nblo-bodlo- D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. scauMtsmv r "V r it- - - Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. Wc wish them much happiness. a few days last week M, F. Col- plnw, Her of Jnckson, Ky is visiting rela- - "Letcher Byrd visited this bass tlvcs nnd friends In this county this , Sunday night. His melodious week. Wm. Morris of Kingston was "Inglng was enjoyed by all who henrd been him J. It. Ullbart who has 'tn fmi-- n tow ivn till. w,wu l very sick was niilo to go to cnurcn, OA moo Wo nre sorry to hear of tho CaMco, July 15. Wo are having Sunday somo nlco weather at present and death of Wm. Mlntrr of Oklahoma, crops nro flno here. Mrs. Lcnthn formerly of this place. His friends Tussey Is very sick with n pain In jnnd relatives havo our deepest sym-hknee. Mr. J, Messier attended pathy. Roy Rowland nmdo n flying trip to Coukllng, Sunday. Mr. Cook, Sunday school at Flat Top, Sunday. Green Lakes was visiting J. W. An- - the representative of The Citizen, gel Inst Sunday. Tho little daugh- - ' l" canvassing most thoroughly in tor of James Sumers Is very Blck the vicinity of Cunkllng. Wo presumo ' now. Tho school Is progressing t,icr will bo nn unusually largo num-vt-r- y of subscriptions from that plnce. nicely nt Old Bend with Jnmes Miss Gentry of Island City visited Hays of McKeo ns teacher. Tho j Messrs. J. R. Llewellyn and D. Ilak- - , Whllo Oak, Sunday, tiiavblkkb hurt er of McKeo stayed over night with rops nro S. R. Roberta on their way homo from' Travelers Rcct, July ever better In this vicinity than Livingston. There will be meeting nt Flat Top church house tho 22nd known nt this season before, School July of this month by Rev. Jns. Lunsford. ticgan at this place, Monday, Mr. Pennington, our local drummer, 8th, with A. J. Creech as teacher. was calling on the merchants last Uurgoyne Botner has just returned from n visit to Winchester nnd Richweek. mond. Tho New Hope baseball team OWSLEYCOUNTY won an easy victory over Burning cow cnr.r.K Siiml.qv .llilv 7lh. Tlin urrirn Mtirlntr WH Cow Crock, July e ,n ho nftcrnoon of tho .wn8 son, Sr., was at Booncvillo last same day New Hope lost a game- to I er July 18, 1913. week. Whs this Bottom ver Mnrtlsha Singleton spent Bnturdny nnd Sunday with relatives nfar Cooks-liurSaturday nnd Sunday nro tho rogulnr church days nt Maplo Grove. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else eltBcd li fsll ty U wriur. The ttmt reblliBH aot t rood '"It. Write plalaly. li not tot eaMlcttioa, .est ae (a eTMeac Bo eorrtepeaacoc I g. Berea Printing School Department of Berea College (The Citizen U a specimen of our work.) I i : TO MAKE A FLYLESS CITY : I Cleveland U to bo classed nod cata Jogucd ns a flylcss town. In tbe cam Saiga Inaugurated for the citertnlna tbe fly four steps are outlined: First To educate th psopl as to the deadly nature of th fly. Second, To kill off all winter flUe thoM hidden about th houses, waiting thlr seatjn of forag. with all breeding Thirds To do away Dlae for til. Fourth, To trap all file that happen scape. As the flrst step addresses on tho pubjoct are being made beforo the va rious women's clubs and In the schools Of tho city. Circulars and booklets will bo distributed among tho children of the schools, to be carried by them to their homes; posters and Illustrated bulletins will be placed In the schools. In tho street cars and other public places, carrying the sermon of the fly reform. to Is a problem for the Individual housekeeper. Don't let one fly escape you. Hunt for them nnd kill them, for the winter fly Is the most dangerous of the race. The winter fly is tho mother of all next summer's terrible throng. To do away with the fly breeding places Is merely a matter of cleanll cess, for tbe fly Is a scavenger, a lover of filth and an habitual follower after Ml that Is unclean and unwholesome. Clean houses, gardens and yards, clean streets and alleyways discourage the fly In Its breeding proclivities, and therefore the doctrloo of cleanliness is to be preached by the anti-flalong with the sermons on th deadly character of the Insect And carrying out the fourth step all tlie house furnishing stores In the city .will be asked to carry in stock and push the sale of fly traps, marvelous little wire screen houses to be baited (With milk, wherein a fly once entrapped Is doomed. With the campaign of education will be given complete Instructions for the uso of the fly trap, which may be placed on porches or .Window sills, on garbage that flics are likely to congregate, but always on the outside of the honso always outside. Catch th fly eutstd of th houee before It has a chano to com In and ipread It poison and dleeaee. This city Is to be divided Into disy era-ader- s, palls-ny-wh- The extermination of tho winter fly Ohio, havo been vlslttng her parents . . At. ni-rmo I'ftsi wren, i ney nro now visiting relatives at Bear Wnllow and Panola. Miss Sallle Fowler and children visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Q. Deng?, "Mr. nnd Mrs. Carlos Sunday. MOoro visited at the home of Mrs. John Hudson last Saturday nnd Sun day. Several of tho boys attended tho Ice cream supper at the pike, Saturday night 0. M. Bengo bought a nlco cow and calf of M. D. Settle for 15. Mrs. Mallcsa Azblll of Hatchers llun was the guest In Happy HolMrs. Allco Bengo low, Friday night Is vlcltlng her children at Dreyfus nnd Panola, this week. GUKKNHALL Grecnhall, July 15. Miss Florence Scale of 'Major nttended church at Qrvenhnll last Saturday and Sunday. Frank Allen nnd wlfo of the North woro with us through our meeting at Sunday, Uock Spring, Saturday nnd and Mr. Allen gave, a very Interesting lecture, Sunday, on tho Bible. Mrs. Margaret Evans who has boon now. very sick is much Improved la all smiles over the Isaacs Smith arrival of a new girl. J. I. Hughes and C. M. Powell of Idamay were nt Circenhall, Saturday nnd Sunday, on Green-ha- ll business. Wllgus Flnnory of enlisted in the army and has has gone to Columbus, O. W. H. Flanery nnd wife of this plnce are friends and relatives In Wslting Madlwn and Garrard Counties this week. Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey cf Bradshaw woro calling on Mr. W. E. Mlntor, "Mrs. Bailey's father, Saturday and Sunday. Wc learn that W. Burch. formerly of this piaco wno 11. In tho asylum at Norman, Oklahoma, Is much Improved and Is expected tn cct out soon. Cam Byrd nnd Miss Calllo Lynch were quietly married, July 12th. MOOKES CREEK Moores Creek, July 15. Wc are having plenty of tain and crops arc looking very promising. The public school began here the loin, uerrj Baker Is teacher. Died, July 12ih, Mr. Beauford Decs of Laurel County. He leaves a wlfo nnd live cnnuren to mourn his loss. There will be 1 1 lr lO.-C- 12.-Sn- muel . hbh half-ope- mm- - m IIISrtlTANTA July 13. Crops nre Dlsputnntn, looking flno nround hero. The Rev. Wm. Derm filled his regulnr appointment at Clear Creek last Sunday. While out picking berries last wvk the dog belonging to Tommy Dees vns bitten by n copperhead snake, which soon killed It. Undo Jno. Dees succeeded In killing three of them. n flno Jnson Wllllama purchased maro from Undo Willis Shearer this Witt of Jnckson Leonard weok. County wns visiting his grandparents Inst Saturday night. James Hardin nnd Wm. Mulllns of this plaeo are working nt Pino HUl. UOCKtOHII Rockford, July 15. There was n largo crowd visiting nt J. W. Todd'r. fcunday. All necmed to. enjoy themselves very much. Our school began lntv Kih with 'Mlsa Ella take Janra Llnvlllo and Mloa teacher. McCluro visited W. H., .Lin- Elizabeth ... i .. . untiu vine, Saturday nnu ssunua)-Hcury Lutes Is gating very feeble nnd Is not expected to live long. I('wn Is looking flno r.t this plnce. I Tho school at Scaffold Cnno began 'July 8th, with Mies Ruby Smith ns I ! ).i It Wnildle Is cxtiectlr.rf tfnnhi.r. to go back to Hamilton, soon. aim. J. S. wauuio wuo lias uccn hic nuie uj lie out iikuh. i.... day and Sunday wcro regulnr church days nt Fnlrvlew. Rev. J. E. Child-reu- s LETTER 8ER BOOKS IN THE BEST MONS AND PRINTS HAND-BILL- HEADS, CARDS, REPORTS, AT MANNER, PRICES. AND LOWE8T j Tour patronage It asked to hIp studonts, and to lnturt your getting your money a worm. CALL At'tHE OFFICE OR BEND ORDERS BY MAIL. YOU WILL GET SATISFACTION. TERMS CASH. ADDRESS .... Beret Printing School BEREA, KY. nouses to Kent To thee who have children to d and wish to reside In Berta for a longer or shorter time to enjoy Its Is the pastor. OAUI.F.T. July 12. Aunt educational advantages, th Colltgt mVmtM "As one whom his mother comfortcth." A book unheeded in her lap, the sits And looks from out the window at the distant hills that rise Yet toon she crosses all the hills and finds a pathway straight To where the children clamber on the fence bciido the gate: To where the children hail her with their shouts of wondrous glee. Yet still the book, unheeded, lies n on her knee. And far from out the window bends the sky im hazy blue. And she fares forth upon a rpad that leads the meadows through, That hurries down the city streets until the finds a door Which opent to her gentle knock j and then, at oft of yore, She hears tho laughter of her boy, the torrows when he grieves. Yet still the book it lying with her hand between the leaves. And now the goes another way, where mountains touch the tkyi She threads the forest fastnesses until the draws anigh The little cottage where her girl hat helped to make a home, Where, in the distance on the sea, are gleams of upflung foami And for a while they tpeak of all the joyt that used to be Yet still the book, unheeded, liet half-opon her knee. en J LXVL jj, with dretraJnf eyes Margaret Gauley, MorrB g sick. There will be n fifth Sunday meeting at Union in August Everybody Is Invited to tnke n part. Horn to Mr. nnd Mrs. John a girl. Lake nnd Thos. Ponder mado a business trip to Pine Hill this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Hlnson visited at J. C. Bullock's this began woekv Tho Red Hill School last Mondny with Victor Price as tencher. W. Bullock was with homo folks last Sunday. Mrs. Gridd Howard Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bullock. has a number of houses, larg tni mall, some of them partly furnished, to rent on renonabl terms. Address. THE COLLEGE TREASURER BEREA, KY. THE MADIiOM COUNTY tricts end each district divided again Into clans and clubs, and from each center, small or large, branches will reach out, grappling with the subject In whatever way seems best adapted to that Individual section. Dath to the fly I to be th battle cry. It I to b a fight of man against hi enemy th fly and of th fly again! man. Cleveland Leader. church at Lizard Flat next Saturday evening, nnd also, Sunday morning, JACKSON COUNTY ISAACS Isaacs, July 6. Mrs. Tlllle York will begin her school on Indian Creek, Monday. Robert Akemon will teach on Horse Lick this year. Miss Nerva Cornelius will teach at Seven Pines. A. H. Parrett purchased a good jersey cow from It. E. Taylor. Miss Esther Allen of this place Is visiting relatives In Clay County. Born David June 28th, to Mr. and Mrs. York, a flno baby girl. 'Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brewer visited Mr. nnd Mrs. John Mcintosh, Sunday. 'Mrs. Berry Roost Little will teach tho Pigeon school, this year. Miss Susie Wat-bo- n will begin teaching at Flat Lick, July 15. Mrs. Slnda Pennington has a fine baby boy. Mrs. Nannie Allen was a guest of Mrs. M. J. Davis last Friday. Wo aro glad to relate that little Jlnimle Purkey is well again. OX.OTKK BOTTOM by Rev. York. lllss Nannie Noe of . Buffalo spent Saturday night at Cunagin and M. Cunagin's. Brack Daniel Lucas aro still buying cattle and sheep. Mrs. John H. Wyatt and children of Panot visited her father from Thursday until Sunday evening. Frank Cunagin and family of Eto London, wah, Tenn., will como to the 18th, whoro ho will undergo an Thero operation fcr appendicitis. will be a sale of R. S. Akemon's Goods July 20th, near Isaacs with J. R. Llewellyn of as receiver. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Johnston and .M In tie Cunagin of Moores Creek spent Sunday at Silas Delia Hosklns In Laurel County. Cunagin is cick this week. Apples post-offiMc-K- ee And to the fares till sunset, the goet far and far away, But alwayt findt her haven at the ending of tha day; And taket her book and idly at the opened paget peers With eyet that have the softness that it caused by unthed tean, And tometimei the will murmur low, and sometimes the will tmilo, For out and over all the land her heart hat been the while- - DBKVItM Dreyfus, July 9 School began at this place, July 8, with n good atTraining Sckool tendance. John Lunsford Is tcachtr. Berea College Tho Rev. James Lunsford Is at Sand Gap this week completing tho new Christian Church houso at that HAS BEST OPERATINO ROOM tho AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCE! place. Tho dedication will bo second Sunday In August. H. W. Elliot, tho State Secretary, will con- rOR CARE 07 A LIMITED NUMBER duct the services. F. M. Jones, our OF PATIENT8. HOSPITAL TREAT merchant and new postmaster, at ME NT GREATLY INCREASES PRO this place has purchased n nlco cabPECT8 OF RECOVERY. inet for tho office. Mrs. Alfred Is still In n very critical conHurley Ratal On Dollar a day and np. dition. John Combs and Joe Foley Bond for prompt payment rq,ulr& our of Brassflcld were visitors In town, Sunday afternoon. Miss FlorFor further particulars addraaa ence Combs of Leo County Is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. T. 11. Davis for tho mmmcr. The people aro most done their crops and prospects ore good for BEREA, KY. a plenslng harvest. Berea Hospital Nine f THE BEREA HOSPITAL HARTS are plentiful this year. from A large Clay County, they had been attending where Lewis. church led by Rev. Henry There have been nineteen people baptilzed at Lite lu tho last three cowd returned (Copjilf hi mi, kr W. O. Chapaa) Sundays, Clover Bottom, July 9. Uncle Steve so Abrams who has been sick long is slowly recovering. He Is now able to bo up some. Com and oats are fine in this County, oats being almost tho best ever seen here. J. S. VanWlnkle nnd Leslie Bowling aro about dono harvesting their wheat, H. N. Dean and family recently spent a day in tho huckleberry woods. Thero has been a protracted meeting going on at Clover Bottom for tha past few days. Grover Hunter was In thie county last Saturday buying cattle. FBITBTT Prlvett, July 13. We aro having plenty of rain. Corn crops uro looking well. Isaac uud Lucy BowIjs have been visiting their brother, Charlie, at Irvine. Born to Mr. and girl Mrs. Sherman Ward, a flno baby, Rev. Harvey Johnson filled his regular appointment at Black Water school house last Saturday evening. Edgar and KUa Cook and Mrs. Salllo and 'Martha Andrew visited nt H. M. Hanery's, Saturday night, and attended church at Cannous Chapel, Sunday. All report a nicotinic. A. L. Cook is vory ioorly at this writing with stomach trouble. lll'tiU. Hugh. July 13. Several people from hero attended S. A. Englo'e court at. Clover Bottom, Saturday, Mrs. Etta Tudor and children of Hamilton, Thursday on business. Mr. nnd Mrs. Island City by a score of 7 to D. Hurley, July 11. There Is a tldo Wood Moyers of Boonevlllo visited Dr. Jno. Herd of Boonovlllo has In Indian creek. Mrs. W. McCollum relatives on Indian Creek, Saturday been In town tho past two weeks who has been sick for some time is and Sunday. Edward Cook of Sturdoing dental work. Clay Smith la slowly improving. Wiley Hurley had geon was thru here recently solicitat Wild Dog this week on business. a very sick child, recently. Mr. and ing subscriptions for Tho Citizen. S. P. Caudill has just returned from Mrs. Riley Gabbard aro visiting at There nre some new cases of meaxles an extended trip thru Rockcastle, Sand Gap, this week. School at this in our neighborhood. Miss Nettle Whitley, Bill and Clay counties. It e place began last Monday. Mrs. Reynolds Is visiting relatives at Is reported horo that Wm. Roberts, York Is teacher. We wish her South Booncvtllc this week. Nino ' salesman for E. L. Martin and Co. of much success with tho school. meu weio Indicted in tho recent ses- Lexington, was held up near Buck-hor- n ESTILL COUNTY McKEE l.OCtST nilAKCII sion of Circuit Court nt Boonevlllo and robbed cf his money last WcKee, July 15. Monday was Coun- - for tho murder of Dock Gabbard of week. Locust Branch, July 12. The farmty Court day htrc. There was not so Buffalo. ers in this vicinity aro efijofc-lnJohn Frost, Jr., was on IRLANI) CITY large a Crowd In tOWIl 03 there US- - ' Ionea flr.l: Prlilnv nnd Kntimlav. some nlco rains. Corn crops aro July 11. W. T. Short, looking fine. Jim Blckncll had ually Is on Court day. Mr. Bond of n Harry Campbell cf Hazard was heie, Island City, .. the Rockcastle Mlnlnc. Lumber nnd ' 4.VViiWJ IU i,..i if.,J . Wm. Mays and G. J. Gentry, In U10 working last Thursday and got a nlco w .1111 UUU '' moonshlno lot of corn hoed. Robert Elliot visOil Co., Mr. Schuauffer, and Mr. Ful- - j Hcury Gabbard and llttlo baby girl, past week captured five distilleries, ono near Tom Taylor's, ited Flem Campbell Inst Sunday. ton of the Turkevfoot Land and L'loio n.i ono near Leo Taylor s and ono near Sunday School la progressing nicely ,u., Lumber Co. were in thin Couuiv ' nshia 1 1. UUUUUIU Uli IU1IIIIJ and two on Buffalo. with Hnrra Blcknell as Supt. looking over tho tlmlwr. Miss Ida EversMo will teach at B- - Shell Iialcs last week -Robert Strong of Grocnhall visit- - thany this fall, nnd Mary Eversolo I(Warrants wcro Issued for several School will begin at this place July cd Steve Bowles last Sunday. Mrs, at the Iko Gabbard school at tho parties who wcro thought to bo con ICth with Elbildgo Oglosby touching. nected with the stlllB. Thero was I. T. Messier visited friends In Ann-vlll- o head of Cow Creek. James nnd Hen Everybody seems proud with their game at Island City, Sunday, oat crops this year John Collins a few days last week. Ml.sa ry Gabbard cut out about 50 pouud3 j a ball Dcma Frost, who has been visiting of fine honey Saturday night, out of I Burning Springs versus Island City. was In Berea last Saturday and Sun-ilnTho score was 9 to 12 in favor f her uncle near Drip Rock for two ono stand of their father's Ixvs. Elbert Hymcr nnd wlfo visit-e- d J. weeks, returned homo la3t Thurs Tho Rev. John Mason will preach nt Island City. Win. MaB and G. tho lnttcr's father of Bear Wal- Gentry left last Wednesday to attend jlow from Saturday until Monday. day. E. O. Schwittcrs of Minnesota Grassy Branch, Sunday, July 21st.' Court nt Beattyvllle. Blackberries aud apples nro senrco is spending part of his vacation at Tho picnic nt tho College, Friday, Commissioners Edward Cook, The Citizen's agent, j in this vicinity. place. spent a was well arranged with a good pro-- j this John Farmer Drummers wore few days In Berca la3t week. Alien gram, and plenty of dinner. Elmer cays ho Is doing n good business in j culling on merchants hero this week. I his neighborhood. Ho Is u nice Iwy I Roads aro In Holcomh and Charley Laiuhart nt- - Gabbard was present nnd gave an nnd flue condition him, tendi'd church at the Sparks school oration, "Tho Problem of Priblems." uud Is respected by all who know thero Is lots of hauling being done. houso last Sunday. Tho Rev. LunsMr, Uoln and family v3ltod Je3s Rev Bob Taylor preached at tho ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ford preached In tho Christian church mouth of Cow Creek, Sunday, niii.AMm nvU last 8inilayW0 nro very much July last Saturday ulghl and Sunday. Orlando, July 12. People In this pleased wlht tho story, "Freckles." 7th. His toxt was, "For other founda- by Cloo Baker who has been slclc for Ltlon can no man lay than is laid by vicinity uro about dono laying WACII'.lth VI I.I.K Wngersvlllo, July 1C Mr. nnd Mrs. boveral days, Is well now, Mrs. J, S. Jesus Chrlst."1 Cor. 3:11. corn. 'Mrs. Flora Laswill who has Huvnolds mill ilnimlitor. via. been sick for souto time Is no bet- J. S. Wagra of Berea visited rela" .7 ..... ... ... MAJOIt . . uvu iviunves in iwrca a lew uaya tor, Mrs. Ceuna Allen and children tives hero last week. The Misses vlslUd last weok. R. V. Mulling visited Major, July 9 Sherman Rowland a io visiting relatives nt Big Stone Kate and Anna M. Wagers relatives and friends in the upper of this place wus marrkd to Miss Gap, Vu. Mr. Jeff Parker of this Mrs. Everett Alexander on Cow end of this county and Clay County Lula Mooro of Angllu, a few days place is among his relatives at Clo Creek lat week. Tho Misses Kate Til-HI I 1 4 mm LBV Harts, July 15. Mrs. C. C Ugsdon who has consumption Is no better. W. B. Ike went to Lancaster on business, this wok. SchDcl begun hero the Sth with Miss Minnie Lake George ns teacher. Andersen nnd Collins of Ford recently visited in Coylo this vicinity. Miss Candaco Is staying with her gmndmother ut Kerby Knob In Jackson County. T. J. Lake and family aro having vlsl tors from Red House nnd Illinois. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jan. VanWlnkle hao Just paid Wilson VanWlnkle a visit. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Ponder of Burnt ient Sunday nt the home of Jas. "McQueen . Roy E. Gndd Is working nt Pnrls. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. Lako made quite a plensant visit to Mr. Green Lako InU Sunday evening. If ONE down the throat ol a "taper" chicken deitrora tha worms and larei th chisk'e Dir. A few drops In the drinking- - wilti CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white dlarrhoa. roup, cholera and other chick dUeaaae. One 50c Bottle of Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Evarr ponltrr ralaeT should krrp a bottle ot this medicine on hand. Write lor free sample and booklet on Diseases o( Fowls." Address, KOMI lEVUT COMMIT, LutitH, I;. ..., I I y. Wagers and Eon Scrlvnor nnd tho Messrs. Arch Peters, Jim Warford, Carl Wilson nnd Dr. Edwards wcro tho guests of 'Miss Anna M. Scrlvncr, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Scrlv-ne- r, Mr. and Mrs. Ambroso Wilson aud Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Wugeru wtro tho pleasant guests of Mr. und Mrs. Jeff Wagers, Thursday, of last weok. Robert aud James Wngors wero In Irvine, Saturday, on business. Mr. was Ennlno llroughton of Panola among friends, hero last Sunday. LAUREL COUNTY VIVA , " Viva, July 13, School will begin next Monday, tho 1Mb, at this place. Walter rmrls Is teacher and Miss Mary Warren nsolstant. Howard, tho llttlo soon of T, A. Nowmau, Evn, continues to bo ijulto sick. tho llttlo daughter of F. C. Jones, Is very sick at present. Alford Rader mid amnio Hamilton of Tyner, Ky., spent tho night with Charllo and Johnnie Jones last Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. John Centers and daughter, Zelma, and Miss Maud Parsley visited rclutlvcb at Corblu lust wee);.