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People Piro cents a copy. Citizen of New York " Knowledge is power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge Is to read a good newspaper. Vol. XIV. BEREA. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 25, 1012 Ono Dollar a year. No. 4 JULY 20-3- 1 Sale Begins Saturday, July 20th and will continue for 10 days 1 We Are a Commercial Nation The Colleges Should Train Youth Oliver Cultivators Simplest and even to Best-Guara- nteed Accordingly By JAMES G. CANNON, Bank President 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 clearance. R. R. COYLE BEREA, KENTUCKY NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS WORLD NEWS Death-Mission- During this week wo havo sent out notices to all of our subscribers aries whoso subscriptions aro overduo and Japanese Emperor Near Accused of Complicity and to tboso whoso time wilt in Murder Plot Plague Uncontroll eiplro either tho 1st or tho 10th ed Dardanells Closed Inhuman of Aug. In each letter wo enclosed a of Cruelty Shown by Querlllas. coin card for tho convenlenco tboso who wish to renew. Wo tout that many ot them will bo used. JAPANESE EMPEROR NEAR Already wo havo had boiuo returns, DEATH nnd wo appreciate, as well as tho Emperor Musublto, who bos ruled $1.00, such cxpret8lonB as tho foltho flowery kingdom for moro than lowing: "I llko Tho Citizen very much and forty years, or throughout Its period don't want It discontinued," and "I of greatness, 13 reported to bo near enjoy reading your paper more than death. Perhaps no ruling monarch in tho I can tell, and would not bo without world is moro loved by his subjects It." than Musuhlto, and tho kingdom li tlrcady in mcuralng, prayers being UP TO THE STANDARD offered by Christians, Mohammedan, Wo bcllevo our readers will find Buddhists, Shlntcs and all tho hun much that they will apprcclato ii dreds ot different religionists for this week's Issue. Whllo many of his recovery. them aro away on their vacations or Monday Soma hopo was expressed resting at home, wo havo been labor- inasmuch as a slight rally was noted ing hero In tho otflco to glvo them in his condition, hut a relapse was the nows and other features that again reported. will bo ot Interest. In caso of the Emperor's death Wo call the attention of our farmho will bo succeeded by his son who er frlcndj to an artlclo copied by Is about thirty years of age. the Lexington Herald from tho Wall St. Journal showing what tho farmGRAVE CHARGES AGAINST ers aro doing and can do In North AMERICAN MISSIONARIES Carolina. Wo think that our KenIn tho trial which has been undr tucky farmers could oven heat their way for a month or moro In Seoul, record. Korea, evidence ot a conspiracy to For our teacher readers wo havo kill tho Japanese Gov. General bea valuablo contribution from Prof. ing sought, twenty American mis Lewis. It Is also of an agricultural sionaries have been accused of being nature. Tho children In tho schools lartles to tho plot. They are tho will enjoy It and will find It profitdeprominent heads of able to tell tho story to their parents. nominations, ono a bishop. And wo publish tho last of our It has dovcloped, however, In tho homo courso in health installments, j courso of tho proceedings, that tho tho ISth, tho best of all wo believe, evidence was secured by third Long Llfo In tho Homo. It ought methods, the Christian converts to catch tho eyo and hold tho atten- In many Instances denying tho truth tion of every ono. of their statements after tho ordeal rage da-pr- ce President Sherman III Gov. Deneen stands by Taft Lower Houre Believes in Cleaning; up too Miners Entombed Police In I IS A CLEARER VISION OP FEEL THAT THAT 80METHINQ League with Crime In New York-M- any WHAT THE YOUNQ AMERICAN MAN NEEDS TO EQUIP HIM8ELP Millions Filched Through the Mails Can't Make It Rain. FOR THE COMMERCIAL PUR8UIT8 OF THIS DAY AND GENERATION. Vice President Sherman Is at his homo In New York seriously ill. Whllo ho Is not confined to his bed. ONCE OUR BOAST NOW OUR SHAME It is reported that he will not bo back in Washington during tho ses We used to boast of our public schools our orators did; and sion. everybody that was inclined to boast of anything did. But the tune DEENEN STICKS is chaugiug. The third party committee from complaint, from everybody who kuows, as There isa Chicago which called upon Governor to the Public School system in general in the United States. ueneen of Illinois at Springfield. Mon The first indictment brought is that the sole aim of the school is to day, to know whether ho would supprepare the pupils for entrance into the high school and later to meet port President Taft or tho nominee the collego entrance requirements, while statistics show that only seven out of every hundred pupils pass from the elementary schools into of tho new third party, received for Its answer: "There is only ono course out of every one hunthe high school. Consequently, ninety-thre- e I can pursue. Having sought the su- dred have been pursuing a course which yields little practical returns. port of Republicans and having been The complaint is that, while we pay many millions of dollars for the education of the children in the public schools, if they want to be chosen their candidate for Governor, educated for the things they expect to do, the practical things of life, no opportunity Is afforded Republi can electors to choose their man. i they must go to private schools where they have to pay tuition. The second clause in the indictment is, eo far as Kentucky is am morally bound to that position." concerned, that we are conducting a three million dollar business IN SHORTER ORDER In other words, we are turning 9,481 rural without supervision. Tho House of Representatives tit teachers, of whom 1,441 are beginners, loose in the state to conduct g Washington Is having a the schools as they please. This situation becomes rediculous when too. Lorimer was expelled from compared with the great business organizations of the country. tho Senate last week, and a committee Experience proves that returns on any business or investment are in on elections recommended this week. proportion to the effectiveness of the supervision. And the illiteracy by a voto of C to 3, tho unseating of of the state, the truancy of the school children the failure of the Congressman Catlin of Missouri, who schools to accomplish that for which they were established is due in a Is said to have had spent for him by large measure to the want of supervision. his relatives, $13,000 for his campaign. It is claimed, and rightly, that the county superintendent cannot Patrick Gill, his Democratic oppo supervise the schools. There are too many of them. And in many nent, is to take Catlin's place. It is cases he is not competent if he had the time. And, again, boards of to bo noted, however, that the vote education and trustees cannot supervise them for the reason that they of the comraltteo was strictly a party know nothing about school methods. one, Catlin being a Republican was The supervisor needs to know more than the teacher should be ousted by tho 6 Democratic votes, able to teach the teacher; conduct practice teaching classes, and tho 3 Republicans voting for him. should have charge of so few schools as to keep in close, almost daily, This in Itself is a little suspicious. touch with tho work that is going on. MINERS ENTOMBED Now the Legislature, in its last session, realized the failure of Forty miners woro entombed near the public schools and sought to remedy it by providing for the emUniontown, Pa., yesterday, owing to ployment of supervisors by the county boards of education. But so heavy floods which poured into the far as we kuow, no supervisors have yet been appointed, and we fear mines. It Is thought their rescue is that when they are appointed they will be no more competent than hopeless. the teachers that they are supposed to supervise. And it is more ASSASSINATION IN NEW YORK than likely that they will be appointed, not for their qualifications, Herman Rosenthal, who ha3 for but because of their kiuship to some members of the county board. years be;n a noted gambler in New The law is a good one but it will prove valueless unless the Continued on Page Two right kind of supervisors are found by the County Boards. This is everybody's business, so everybody should get busy. Vice wide-spread house-cleanin- largo proportion of our population being engaged in com mcrcial enterprises. Tho pcoplo of this country nro work ers in tho best senso of tho word, nnd tho day has arrived when wo must EQUIP THESE WORKERS WITH AN EDUCATION THAT WILL BETTER FIT THEM FOR THE DUTIES THEY ARE OBLIGED TO PERFORM. Our population is shifting very fast in its endeavor to obtain a livelihood, and education must keep paco. I havo read with great interest from timo to timo tho addresses delivered by collego presidents expressing their dissatisfaction with tho colleges and universities as they nro today. I bclievo tho principal troublo has been that thoy havo NOT RECOONIZED THAT GREAT CHANGES ARE CONSTANTLY OCCURRING in our population, and, whilo thcro has been no lack of students in tho majority of our colleges nnd universities, duo to tho largo increaso in our population, thcro is an unsettled and unsatisfactory noto through all of them indicativo of tho fact that 'something is lacking. Ami E nro essentially A COMMERCIAL NATION, a very the color of the paint CHRISMAN'S "THE FURNITURE UNITED STATES NEWS IN MAN" OURJWN STATE ry Opposition to Congressman Powers More Shame for Magoffin, and Bath Comes in for a Share County Questioned Public Schools not Affected by Prohibition of Common Cup Counter Ruling by Sup't Hamlet. OPPOSITION TO POWERS Besides a Democratic opponent Congressman Powers of the 11th District is likely to meet serious opposition from another sourco tho Roosevelt party. Attorney J. C. Bird' of Williamsburg bos announced himself as- a receptive candidate, pro claiming that ho will not straddlo but will run simply and only asalloosi-vc- lt - candidate. Stato Representative Asher ot Bell County is also lu a receptive mood, and it matters begin to look favorable for tho Colonel's following, of courso there will bo others enough, possibly to create quite a wranglo and split. It doesn't look very promising for Congressman Powers for If tho Roosevelt candidate should not win he would likely carry enough of tho Republican strength to make It possible for tho Democratic candldato to land. MORE TROUBLE IN MAGOFFIN The troops have again been called out at Salyersvllle, Magoffin Co., this time owing to tho murder of Leo Patrick by a man named Arnett. The murderer and the accused both, belong to prominent and Influential families, and the soldiers are guarding the Jail In order to protect tho prisoner. No details ot the troublo have heen published. A special Judge will be appointed for the Knott County Circuit Court, Judge Gardiner, the regular Circuit Judge being detained at Salyersvlllo to manage affairs there. RIOTS IN BATH COUNTY Riots at Rose Run Iron Mines la Bath County havo become so serious that acting Governor McDermott haa tho been urged by the citizens ot Continued from page two (Contlnunl on I'mir) CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE PAGE FIRST was over. Of courco no ono In America believes for a moment that theso accusations nro truo. KENTUCKY COURT OF APPEALS RELI8I0US- - TOLERATION IN ENDORSES BEREA by Judge MARYLAND 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, Editorials Kentucky News World Ncwa Religion Tolerance In 'Maryland. Court of Apicals Endorses Berea. PAGE TWO. World Nows (cont.) United States Nows (cont.) PAGE THREE Temperanco Home Courso In Health Culturo. Our Teachers' Department Corners for tho Juniors. PAOE FOUR Local Nows Letter from Mr, Taylor. PAGE FIVE Home Town Helps. World Records to bo Broken. PAGE SIX PLAGUE NOT VET UNDER CONTROL Tho bubonic plaguo is still uncontrolled in San Juan, Porto Rico. A few deaths occur almost daily, anJ, slnco tho outbreak, 37 cases havo been reported rosulting in 20 deaths. Tho populace Is submitting to tho Haffklno vacclno treatment as a measure. Warning bulletins havo beeen In Washington by tho Public Health Sorvico, embracing methods of killing nnd quarantining against ruts, as tho plaguo Is primarily n dlseaso of rodents. pra-eutIed Opinion of Winn. Court-Give- n Interesting Historical Review by Prof. Hobertson. Serial Story. Farm and Bees. PAGE SEVEN TURKS REPEL ITALIANS An Italian fleet of eight torpedo Nats attempted to run tho Darda-mil- s Intensive Farming Sermon Sunday School Lesson PAGE EIGHT MHstera Kentucky Correspondence I ' H Fly BiiDon Id Seng. early last Friday morning, but woro checked in their courso by a terrific tiro from the Turkish shoio firt8. Early reports that two ot the torpedo boats wero sunk havo not been confirmed. This attempt has resulted In tho closing of the straits to the chip. ping of tho world. (Continued ou rage Two) Berea College which has dono so Maryland, In tho development of much to Introduce advanced Ideas mi American social ideas, has always practices in normal and Industrial been associated with religious tolerHues throughout tho Bouth has Just ation. Tho colony was established by achieved a great victory In behalf of Catholic noblemen, as has generally Tho uttempt been asserted as a rcfugo for their industrial education. was inado to tax certain proiwrtles persecuted coreligionists. In our of tho Institution in defiance ot Sec thought Catholicism has not comtho monly btood for religious toleration, tion 170 of tho Constitution of Commonwealth and tho caso carried especially In tho earlier days of her qulto persistently beforo tho Court conflict with Protestantism. Tho of Appeals. Tho Opinion ot tho Court query then naturally arises. Why given by Judgo Winn Is interesting should Maryland play tho role of leadand instructive reading, and really er In the furtherance ot that noble constitutes a very unusual endorse- Idea, so far In advance ot tho time? ment of tho work of this Institution. And is the credit tor It due to the "Berea Collego Is an Incorporated Catholic system as such? In seeking to answer this question educational Institution. As shown by testimony Its object Is to promote It will bo necessary to depart from ' tho causo of Christ" by furnishing tho usual Interpretation of tho early a proper Christian education to young history of Maryland and to adopt an pcoplo ot good moral character Rt entirely different point of view. In we tho least posslblo expense, Ono of this Inquiry It Is assumed that tho methods adopted to this end remember tho events In tho establishIs to furnish pupils in tho school all ment of tho colony, tho interest ot possible facilities for earning money Coorge Calvert, the first Lord Bultl- Continued coFieTo Continued on page I'lvt HENRY LENGFELLNER HYDEN, KY. (After this 'veek) We will be working at the Court House ot Hyden for part of August. THE CITIZEN not Llfo touched by God cares what servos or helps Itsolf, but what will help mankind A'Kompls. A family newspaper for til thit It right, I know not whoro his Islands lilt true and Intereitlnf. Their fronded palms In air; I only know I cannot drift nerea, Ky ruhtlh! try Thnrly ' Beyond Ills lovo and care. Whlttor. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (tnrnrpnrnliHl) "It Is right to bo content with J. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. what wo have, but no, with what wo are." Subscription Ratos "Falschocd 13 cowardly; Truth Is ADVANCIt rAYAM.K IN i.oa courageous." . Year On (n . "Tho advice you dsnt' llko Is of8li Month! ten tho host." Thru Month The Citizen POLITICAL DEATH AWAITS THEM PROGRESSIVE PARTY PLAT-FOR- M Those Who Voted for the Blonde Boss Took Their Political Fortunes In Their Hands. OUTLINED . . . or Hprm Money Srtut money hy l'ost-oln- c Onltr, Draft, Kfglttrnl Letter, oroneml two cent stumps. The ilote utter your name on llel shbws to what dale ymif subscription U ruM. If It Is not chanted within three weeks after renewal notify ns. Mining mimlers will lie RlJlly supplied If we Are notified. I'lne Premiums given for new u!crlptlon m.. mini Rllll prUIIlU ItllCl-Mtl- .. l,1lerai terms Riven 10 any wnw iimnni 11 BUDSCriJHlOns IOT lis. nny unc Kimmit ui iuui yearly subscriptions can receive The Citiieti free unc jmi lormmscu lurrates on application. Advertising il MRMIIRR OP KHNTfCKY ASSOCIATION. HARDLY A SQUARE DEAL L. B. Mcllargue, former postmaster at London, Interviewed at Louisville a few days ago, stated that he was not given a chance to defend him-cel- f. reprehensible the However article In Tho Echo which caused tho dismissal of 'Mr. Mcllargue, the dismissal would seem to be Just ns reprehensible unless It was mado after careful Investigation, tho nccus3d being given a hearing. The Citizen Is not at all In sympathy with tho loose way that somo papers have, and some Individuals have, of speaking ot public officials, nnd especially tho President, but it high Is no more In sympathy with handed arbitrary and bureaucratic governmental or departmental methods. Tho excuse that Mr. 'Mcllargue (Continued from flritpaft) for their support; whllo It teaches tho branches belonging to a college, cover. it has also a Normal Department nnd gives Industrial training for tho gainOF COURTESY THEiVALUE ful occupations ot life, such as agriculture, printing, nursThe Illinois Central Railroad ing, housekeeping and tho llko. distributing both to the public men nro taught ngrlculturo Tho among Its employees, a pamphlet with sjieclal reference to mountain Value ot Courtesy." Continued from Hint Vtgc titled "The "Coal wagon down." conditions, cabinet work, carpentry The argument mado In the pamph"A coal wagon I Can't the company miintv in snml trnnna tn nimll i In work and printing. Tho young wolet Is n purely commercial ono, nnd keep preserve order. Cen. men, lu addition to ordinary sclioil r disturbances and mart 11 unusufor that reason is worthy of H. D. Williams of Loxlngton was ds- - branches, nro trained In nursln,;. ot because of these drivers?" al attention. Most ot us think management, laundry relieve latched by tho Governor to lnvcstl- - household The coal hauler, In order to nniirlnoiJ tns .... nua.it Rlmtilf nf Minrat. . an I J " '...I'lJ l. his rather weak team, bad turned Into gate tho conditions and his reiio.-- t work, hygiene aud tho llko. The In ter, that It ls valuable from a spiritcome Is subject annually to a deficit the car tracks. Warned by tho clang- Is awaited. ual point of view. Some of us might i ing bell be started off. The strain of $50,000 or moro, and Is made up CALLS A HALT go far enough to say that its chief j broke an axle nnd the wheel smashed Notwithstanding the opinion given from year to year by private subruwuru is lu iub uereaiu:r. iv is uuu down. Traffic was delayed ten mincut by the Attorney General, Stato scription. Tho work this gn-a- t school of tho sine qua nons (.that without utes. ls doing ls a matter of common knowSupt. Hamlet says that tho comwhich nots) ot happiness hereafter. That was all, except that the driver mon drinking cup shall not bo used ledge and current history. There is It is interesting nnd Instructive, would lose two days' work and $3. ln the schools, holding that It was no question mauo nut mat it is an A bagatelle? Let's see. therefore, to know that a great railThe loss to the company, Incor- plainly tho intent ot tho law to pro- educational Institution within the inroad corporation finds that It must Is a few nickels hibit Its use by tho school children. tent of section 170 of tho Constltu-tlon- . insist that its employees be courteous, porated at $5,000,000. That section provides, anionj ; Wo agree with tho Supt. But the driver's loss? not at all for tho sake ot their Pnnltnllzn his nntlra outfit At SIM. othor things, that "there shall bo fXToPIJWATlV f'nrtVTV ItU'fcYUH.' spiritual or moral culture, but for exempt from taxation institutions of h COUUTS, the reason that it increases the divi- How much has ho lost? A resident of tho new county of education not used or employed for dends of tho read. One thirtieth of his capital. gain by any person or corporation A railroad company capitalized at , McCreary, by tho name ot Bell, hua And, it so in railroading, why not and the Income ot which Is devoted $150,000,000 has a disastrous wrec- k- I filed suit In tho Wayne Circuit Court every other business, In every voin solely to tho cause of education." cation and avocation? .And it does loss $100,000. The papers make much , to test the constitutionality of the Thoro woro five distinct brnnchw company loses one i act establishing the county. It s alleg- pay, of course, everywhere nnd nil of It Well, the ' . . or sjKscIes of properly which it was fifteen hundredth of Its capital. I eu mat mo imputation does not couio the time. Failure In business ls not sought to subject to taxation in this ine rauroaa company may cut a always due solely to bad management. small fraction off the dividends at the . up to tho constitutional requlremonts, rctlon, n laundry, a waterworks prou that tUQ area , , ls sometimes duo also to want of It nd of the year or mako up tho loss , , perty, a printing plant, a store uud m'lea anU tuo boun-muiuare courtesy on tho part ot tho man lilin-eein some other way, but the coal hauler a small hotel. 0 county is Within ten make un for tha loss of tha one dary ' or his employees. Many, manj The laundry is maintained as an part of his capital stock by ' mlles of another county seat In one wo havo known people to ceaso thirtieth times educational adjunct ot largo value ' place. And It Is claimed that economy. pinching clthsr trading at ono store and go to anono of theeo three contentions, it to the girl students, affording op. Go to bis borne. other simply for the reason that they and The wreck of the wagon Is to the established, will invalidate tho net. portunltlcs of earning money treatment not cot moro courteous learning cleanliness and neatness. It family a real calamity. It means dinATTORNEY GENERAL "RECALLS'1 always bettor bargains at the latter ners Is operated by shifts ot girl students without meat It may mean a place. LEGISLATION failure to pay tho rent And In the paid from four to ten cents nn hour Attorney General Garnett In an end some bloodsucker may get a mort the opinlou to tho County Board of Edu- for their labor and attends to Our Buau of Vital Statistics shows gage on team and wagon. laundry ot tho tablo and bed linens CO per cent ot all deaths cation, Barren County, declares thit Ask the woman. that 45 to Little John's coat Is getting too worn tho now law prohibiting tho uso ot of tho Institution, and occasionally aro caused by diseases practically U and patched for school. His sister public drinking cups does not apply takes outside family washings. proventablo. must needs a pair of new shoes. Her to public schools. Tho ground for his has not hitherto paid Its running ex"Fifteen years can bo added to tho penses. old shawl Is good enough for "her," decision is averago ierlod ot life, lu one genertho schools aro freDr. Pearsons, the lately deceased but fatter sufferers In the bleak winds quented by that by preventing these diseases.' ation, tho same people every Chicago because bis underclothing ha grown philanthropist, gave tho InstiIrving Fisher Yalo. day. thin. $10,000 for tho purposo ct Teach tho children, today, what we, Tills is a serious blow to Uio law. tution Aye, drag tho old trap off the track I erecting a waterworks system. Somo yesterday, did not know about tho We must get down to buslnesa. Inasmuch as the most forcible urgu-meot the citizens ot tho town ore percauses and prevention ot disease, And, alas for Christian charity under leading to the law, was mitted to mako connections with tho the sun, no one of those prosperous tho desirability ot abolishing that, tomorrow, tho people ot Kentho people who pnssed the sooty faced common drinking cup ln tho public water mains at their own exienso and tucky may llvo longer, freer from receive water from them, for which elckuess and bo able to carry on tho driver as be stood by the aide of his schools. they pay tho rates prevailing In tho battered wreck bad perhaps a slimagainst disease with less warfare Tho Attorney General's decision mer of thought or pity for bis tremenneighboring city of Winchester. who dous loss. from Ignorant people does not end the matter, however, derived from the outside must bo protected In spite ot UWely be called tor the courts will We musfc get down to business. usors goes wholly to tho college and upon to pass upon It. Out of Um way I from which no person or Individual sol-Hnwood-workinm V, V makes that his name was simply allowed to remain at the head of tho editorial columns of The Echo for fear that Its removal would affect tho circulation seems to us to be very flimsy, and more questionable than flimsy. But, on the other hand, tho removal of an officer, about whoso faithfulness In the discharge ot his official duties there Is no question, at with no opportunity given to tempt to establish his Innocence, Is not only positively vicious and contrary to tho principles upon which our government was established, but very bad politico, as Senator Bradley nnd Mr. Taft will no doubt soon dis- Washington, O. C. July 23rd. Twenty-eigh- t to 55 was tho vote on tho Lorlmcr case, and tho 28 Sen ntoro who voted In favor of tho 1111 nols Doss retaining his seat will have to pay for their votes In nearly every enso by their retirement to private llfo. Somo few havo already announced their Intention not to become n candidate again, nnd other havo n bitter fight on their hands, N. C RANKS. for Lor liner weighing Caattt eemea with a crawl or ha coma, their vote heavily ngalnst them, aud practically with a pounce. And, whethar ha'a alow Or sprr. It Isn't tha fact that ysu'ra daad that Insuring their defeat. IJalley oT Texas will retire next count. But only. How did you dial .March, liradley has until IK 15, nnd Edmund Vance Cook, author of the his political Bins nre of bucIi n char . Ingllru ,...,, ,... If lines printed abote, tells the brava ncler tory of N. C. Hnnks. I there was a ltepublican majority .it Hanks lost both hands and both eyes 1,10 , S'8lte. Crane of Mossachu- In an accident. was when he has nunouiiced his retirement . mtno. MnwThat I. n nnnninr lw. la turer on Bhnkespeare nnd modern nnd Foster of Loulslnna has already at tho primaries, as al- i been beaten writers. j so, has Gamblo ot South Dakota. Tho This Is the story: he and his partners name of Guggenheim of Colorado has At twenty-onleased e claim near Npphl. Otab. and becomo so associated with nil that prospected for ore. The claim proved bad politics means that ho will not a valuable one. Hanks was as happy i run aEaln. And thus the Hat rum. M a mn could be who has good red Uranw uurnani( Cntrorii CInrk of etCUtr' 1,alllnsll,r' U'" J, letter from hi. sweetheart In bis Pott, McCumbcr, I'alntor, l'enrosj, pocket- One day at noon, Just after reading 'erklns, Hlchardson and Smith nro " t'e progressive voters black bis sweetheart's letter, which somo ono bad brought up the hard mountain list. trail to tho lonely cnbln. Hanks picked There Is n better day ahead lu up a box or uynaniito caps whicn naa , national politics on tho defeat or win in me sun. iue siigui jar um me retirement of thes men provided rest their successors are of a better strip". By a miracle he escaped Instant Thoro used to be both glory and death. honor connected with a seat in tho He was thrown ten feet away and when be nrose both eyes' wcro gone National House or Senate, but theso and whero his bands bad been were be hard times for our high pollti-clan- s. .Many pf these men will possl- bleeding stumps. Ills partner, looking upon tilm, screamed and cried llko a bly withdraw with no great regrets Itecovcrlng himself, ho got . At least they will be glad to bo fr-- o child. Hanks to the cabin, whore he bound from tho strife ' his arms tightly above the elbow to Th0 ,,, r Senator or Congress. step the bleedln. ' nmn 3 Wthlng but ono of ease It was six miles to a telephone. All that afternoon Hanks lay alone, and Measure, and If one would llko having as sole companion a llttlo dog. ,0 know something of Its lnwordne3s something of "tho struggles and the When help camo tbey got him to a hospital at Provo, where they saved the turmoils, tho pulling nnd tho hauling, remnant of him. His sweetheart came tho bickering ond the log rolling; It to see him, and he released her from one would llko to seo tho Inside of their engagement What woman would I(0UtIcs ng ,t , w " want both A cripple and a blind man ' "e as " ls r(aIIy , he ca, ,ga for a husband? gct a prctty sood vlow ot " from And then? nad It been you? N. C Hanks, red'n5 the autobiography of and blind, went to work to atr LaFolletto that Is appearing In mako a lecturer out of a miner nnd the American Magazine. succeeded, tie makes return aaies, which tells the story of his popularity. WORLD NEWS I ... , I e . I -- village of Borea In nn obscure place. Tho materials aro sold at a minimum of profit sufficient only to pay running expenses, nnd taking the hut five years together there has been a deficit ot perhaps $00. According to testimony it has not sold $10 worth of goods to others than students nnd outsldo customers are discouraged. nnd Tho institution also owns operates upon its grounds tho hotel known ns Boouo Tavern. This was built with tho endowment funds it recall except of Judges. Fourth, A demand for a federal tho Institution wtUi tho cxtectatlon corrupt practices act, modeled after that It would bo rented to outside parties, but It has been found tho British. to obtain renters who lire Fifth, A model Parcels I'ost system. Sixth, Hanking reform, providing In nccord with the principles ot the Institution. It was built largely li for agricultural credits. Seventh, Workmen's compensation, order to bate n stopping place tor tho guests ot the College, and ns n modeled nfter the Get man system. The Eighth, A solution ot tho high cost boarding place for teachers. clerks, tho chambermaids, and the of living. w niters are students who aro thus enNinth, Equal Suffrage. Tenth, Income nnd Inheritance abled to earn means wherewith to Reform Program of 15 planks. New York, July 22nd. Following tho cnll for tho progressive convention at Chicago on thoCth of August, the progressives here nnd throughout the country havo redoubled their activities. tho That the peoplu throughout country may know moro definitely what tho now party proposes, It may bo bo stated that tho platform will something new nnd thoroughly ltoosc-eltlnThem nro about fifteen basal planks, and It is claimed that In neither tho Uepubllcnn nor tho Democratic platform will eoeiii to stand for nnythlng. It Is believed that tho country ls with tho progressives, and tho uaw party proposes to probo not only tho leader ot tho gressives but the progressive party. It will therefore, It Is said declare: First, For primaries for nil nominations. Second, Tho Khort ballot nnd the commission form ot government for cities. Third, Initiative, referendum nnd A com-l-arls- has over drelvcd any profit Tho Institution maintains n printIts Ining department ns n part of Hero genrcal dustrial education. g is done, printing and Somo confusion nroso In this aspect ot tho caso becauso of tho fact that ft ucwspnper Is printed In this plnnt. This newspaper Is a separate corporation and has on arrangement whereby it leases or rents tho printing facilities for tho purposo of printing a paper, but tho institution derives no Incomo savo this rental liiconu', ion docs It own tho ncwspnior. Tho Institution maintains n small store nnd handles text books, toilet articles nnd tho like which it keeps for salo for tho students. This Btoro is remote from tho book-bindin- UNITED STATES Continued NEWS frtn I'lrsl fsge York City nnd who hnd threatened o to reveal tho connection of tho po-llc- department with tho gambling was dens and other plncea ot vice, oHsasslnntod under tho glaro of efce-tri- e lights In front ot a prominent hotel, Saturday morning. Tho assassins did their work from on nutomobllo nnd quickly escaped, were and It Is believed Hint they either members of tho pollco forco or abetted by thm. So far, whllo flvo arrests havs been made, thero Is no definite proof that the right persons have been fcund. Tho wholo story Is n shocking revelation of tho corruption that exists in governmental circles In our cities. EASILY DUI'KD n The lostfflco Department nt ls authority for tho statement that tho American people, during tho last fiscal year, havo been swindled out of $10,000,000 thru fraudulent been schemes, most of which havo advertised thiough Uie iiiallH, This over Is un Increase of .'0,000,000 any previous yep.r. During this year 452 persons have bum convicted ami sentenced for using the malls for fraudulent 'purposes, aud 571 cases art) awaiting final dlspocltlou. After a whllo tho public will learn to look askance at nny letter advocating nny get rich quick scheme. Wash-Ingto- taxes. Eleventh, Tariff adjustment, holding on to protective principles tut guarding against extortlou. Twelfth, Trust regulation. Thirteenth, Conservation of natural resources. " I J ( ! Sen-crtpp- le i I no chance? Doesn't the dauntless i GUEHILLAS spirit of N. C Hanks make yon A band of Mexican guerillas known ashamed? ,,nfrT..n.r as Zapatistas, from a rebel general a,i if doesn't the spectacle of Hanks going ''' that name. b'ew l n passenger n about, kerplng sweet and serene, tr&ln ln Western Mexico, last Jay. and brutally murdered you some? nearly eighty persons. Oil was thrown over J the coacncs and the wounded victims WAY. OUT OF THE It ls 8:30 a. m. The street cars are"! turned to death. A company of up for a block. The clerks had Idlers on board the train was the direct come down earlier. These cars are j object of the attack and they wore depart-- , practically annihilated. ls filled with the bosses, beads of mpnlH. nrofesslonal men. Bestless and and fuming, a broker cries out, "What's the ' IN OUR OWN STATE enj matter ahead?" And you? Tou have two eyes and two hands, and yet you whine because you have ' Continued from First Page INHUMANITY OK MEXICAN lar rule. It U thought that this program will nppeal to the people-- , and It Is that not only will a national ticket bo put forth, but tho loaders in the movement will urge that stito and local tickets throughout tho country bo run In keeping with tho progressive program In order to glvo tho natirnal administration backing If the national proRress!vo ticket should bo successful. COURT OF APPEALS BEREA ENDORSES uma Canal. The whole platform, It Is declared. will bo a reform program, tho o being to oust tho bosses from political control nnd substitute iim- pur-pos- Fourteenth, Improvement of coun try life. Fifteenth, Adequato control of Ban- - h.i w ! Satur-hcarte- maintain themselves. The Tavern Is charged with an annual rculnl, after tho payment ot which It has earned no profit, it pays rent to the fund Just as any tenant tlovs upon any piece of real estate 'kept by tho Institution for tho purpose of investment. Thcto ls no profit cr benefit In It to any private Individual. ln thu foregoing statement it will bo seen that each ot these Institutions is maintained cither for the purKso ot Industrial training and education ot tho young men nnd wo men tn attendance at the school, cr to afford them some means ot live lihood, or to supply, as In caso c.f the waterworks plant, a uecessair physical and hygienic adjunct of tho institution no a cleanly dwelling place. Though It be conceded that they aro ojierutcd for gain, tho gain, if ny, which comes from them Is not tho earning of gain lu tho commercial wiuhj In which that term Is recognized, but tho meagre profit, if nny, ls turned into nnd becomes a part of tho general Income ot tho Institution's purely educational side aud for Its purely educational purost-8- . With theso facts nnd considera tions before us it ls not difficult to u correct conclusion, for tho whole matter has become one of settled adjua'lcatlcn in Kentucky. The court cites tho case of tho Trustees of tho Kentucky Female CAN'T MAKE RAIN believed that rain hy nt dry seasons firing of canons or tho setting oft baof heavy oxploslves, and this but llet Is not only widespread, has persisted for many years. Tho chief of tho Weather Bureau at Washington hns taken up tho matter nnd has shown that there ls no ground for nny such belief. The few fell Instances recorded where rain nfter the experiments proved nothing because of tho fact that the rain fell not only In tho particular locality but thruout thu state and In other states at tho same time. CONGRESS IN A 'MESS Congress would like to adjourn. It nnd Is fearfully hot lu Washington congressional activity is especially dangerous now for political reasons. All partita, of coumo, are anxious to do nothing that will Injure their chan- cva In tho coming elections. And yet there Is much to be done. Various departments of tho government havo- -. been laboring under great difficulties during most ot July for the want ot funds owing to thu fact that the appropriation bills had not bern pasa.il. alio sundry cill appropriation bill is soon to be taken up; also the Is cuminonly can bo produced It agrl-cultui- al o and naval bills and the appropriation bill. Tho tariff bills are still bonca ot contention, nnd both parties aro handling them cnrtfully. Notwithstanding thu immense l'ost-offlcV-r- jet, PJ'J" Orphan School vs. City of Louisville, 100 Kentucky 470., tho City of IajuIs-vlll- o vs. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 100 Kentucky C0C, tho City of Loulsvlllo vs. The. Board t.f Trustees of Nazareth Literary nnd Benevolent Institution, 100 Kentucky Gl'j, Commonwealth vs. Gray's Trus-tto, of work that should be doue It is hoped that an early adjournment will bu brought about. A COMPLIMENT FOR TAFT It Is reported at Washington that Gov. Wilson, Democratic candidate for th Presidency, In conference with Speaker Clark and Majority leader Underwood, has declared In favor of the continuance of thu tariff board tnd urged nn appropriation for that puriKMte. -- ... . ... lf at I Kentucky CCS. It ls to bo doubted whether there are any public Institutions In the land, unless It bo those devoted purely to tho Inculcation and maintenance of religious training mid life, which can compare In imortanco to thoso erected nnd maintained for tho educational nnd mental and moral training ot tho boys nnd girls who aro ta como on and perpetuate tho raco Itself and tho Institutions of our Commonwealth nnd our country. Tho Institution in question, located In tho small village of Uerva la Madison Couuty, adjacent to the large mountain section of Kentucky, affords educational opportunity, both In montal and Industrial lines, to n class of youth who would otherwise bo denied this Insstlmablu privilege. Its oxlstonco from year to year lo largely dependent ujion tho gifts of generous supporters. Tho makers of tho Constitution said that nn institution should not pay taxes uion Its ossein used ln or dovotcd to the causo of education. Ccrtaliily tho record hero brings this school, ns to tho assets named within that class. Tho Judgement ot tho trlul court is affirmed. 115 The provision for tho tariff board was practically tho only redeeming h Law, feature of tho nnd the only Justification that President Tnft had for not vetoing the bill. And new to have a candidate of nn opjiosllng arty who has great expectations of being elected, declare in his favor, Is a valuable compliment. Tho Governor Is said not only to havo Insisted that tho present board bu retained, but that It should bo cU'en additional owors and made permanent, so Hint the Democrats, it they are successful at the polls this upon Nov., may have definite data which to mako their revisions. l'alne-Alclrlc- "A soft wrath." Ho Mian he answer turneth away that ruleth his spirit ls better that taketh a city. folomon. "In speaking of persons, If you cannot say n pleasant word, say nothing." "Harsh words nro llko drops of they burn .all that they touch and lenvo everywhere llttlo scare." lt-r- nt e THE CHAMPION COW OF AMERICA In tho current Issue of Farm and Fireside appeal e tho following: "A now 'champion cow' has scored. Tho greatest cow in tho world Is owned by Dan Dlmmlck & Co. of East Clarldon, O. Sbo gavo ln a year 27,401.4 pouuds of milk, which contala- ed 1,008.34 liounds cf buttcr-fn- t. Tills Is equal to over thirteen hundred pounds of butter. Four cood dairy cows as caws go would not havo dono bettor. And she ato no moro than n poor cw would havo eaten. Her name Is Bansstluo Dcllo do Kol, but aaaaaaaaaaar EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS' A( .at uwa m unroot-tnuinMa ilaanitnlLin quick. r fcHlir our ui'lutoa fit if lion It proDftbir MMUtUli UQBiinumcallroonfl()nlU. HAM WW on Baiitfraa, IflSast aawicr for sawnac. patan u. I'alanu taaan tbroaah Maaa A. Co. atrial mAU4, wliboal skua a, la Ua urrutn imta nit r aKKHIITK AhaaSaoaialr lllaatraiad waaklr. aviation oi inriamui. loama. raw i roarnoMa,fi. SoUbf all nmiKM, C,a Tanaa.io am4 Iaa;f she Isn't to blame for that." July 25, 1913. THE CITIZEN. Papc Three. ble for the larger pnrt of tho dentb rate after middle llfo nre of the drgon ernllvo clnss, Involving the henrt, blood vessels nnd kidneys. Indeed, whero ono of tho conditions exist tho other usually nro present to n greater or lesser degree. Theso conditions mny boduotonervo strnln nffecting the henrt nnd nrterles or to tho circulation In tho blood of poisonous principles, tho products of Indigestion nnd Insufllclent combustion. In fnct, these troubles arc usually the result of Intcmpernnco In cntlng, drinking, working or playing. Degenerative Diseases. A most commendable and cnthusl. astlc cnmpnlgu Is being waged ngnlnt tuberculosis nnd other Infectious but denths from henrt dlsense, kidney trouble, paralysis, etc., excite no comment nnd aro tnkeu ns n mutter of course. Tho denth rnte from tuberculosis has been reduced nbout FX) per cent ln tho pnst thirty yenrs, while during thnt snmo period tho denth rnte In the United States registration nreu from diseases of heart, blood vessels nnd kidneys bns Increased 105 per s, (Conducted by the National Woraan'i Christian Temperance Union.) VIEW OF WARDEN HELLSTROM Would Strengthen Temperance Laws In Every Way and Teach Children Folly of Liquor. F. O. Hcllstrom, warden of the state penitentiary of North Dakota, In an address boforo the W. C. T. U. of Jamestown, said: "I would strengthen the temperance law In every possible way. I would tart In by teaching the children In the ichoola the folly and evil of tho hm of Intoxicating liquor, drugs and .narcotics; Instil In tho mlnda of the jyouth that nothing but ahamo, pover-ty- , degradation and crime can result from their use and tbe 'traffic In tbcra. I would make lawa 'with the aim and object to completely ikbollah the traffic. Thcro Is not one jword that can truthfully bo aald In !favor or the business. If I bad tho power to draw tho veil so aa to expose to view Its evils I could show you tho n isllmy colls of hades, Intensified a fold worse than tho mind of man jean Imagine. You can see and Imag. lino the crime and wanton abandon ment, but a true picture of the evils would cause your Imagination to pale Into Insignificance. To aum up, I will say that It Is beyond the power of jraan to Invent a He that will In tbe Jleaat libel the traffic In IntoxIcanU, mil-jllo- Ono of the greatest faults of our ru rnl school Is that they do not ran-nctho work of tho school with tho llfo of tho pupil In tho home, SHOP DISPLAYS IN HONGKONG that reason I nm putting Into tho Teachers' Column this week n story Articles of Dress or Personal Adorn- ot tho Corn. It ia taken from a colment Shown on Wax Figures for Iturnl lection of Nature Stork Cause Chinese to Wonder. Schools which will bo put uiwn tho Several of the moro pretentious market before another school year. Emphaslzo'tli3 following points in Chlneso shops In Hongkong aro commencing to use wax figures for dis- tho story: playing various nrtlclea of dress or Tho need for relection ot good personal adornment. occd In tho field, It has been a subject of considerable Tho ImiiorUuico of crop rotation. wonder on the pnrt of foreigners that Tho evil effect! cf bad plowing and the Chinese people have evinced such cultivation. a marked Interest In wax figures disTho expen'elvcncss of weeds. played In foreign establishments, says an exchange. That nil of fliesa thing hro tho A establishment In Hongkong's principal re- result of tho farmer not knowing tail thoroughfare haa displayed several about tho better way ot doing thing!). wax busts showing late styles In hair- Tho story Is written In tho form dressing for some time, and there la Is In the liopo that It will scarcely a time during the pleasant that It days when there Is not a crowd of catch tho Interest of tho pupil more Chinese women, business men, cool quickly, nnd with tho deslro'of get lea and all about the windows of that ting tho child to look upon the plant nbout which they work as iicrsonnll- establishment. Chinese merchants In Hongkong's ties, with struggles, drelres, disapChlneso quarter who have adopted this pointments even n wo. ct hair-dressi- Comerjofy (Juniorj OUR TEACHERS' DEPARTMENT Edited by Prof. Charles D. Lewis Home Course In 'opium or other stimulants unless, jCbancc, something good should ald." DRINKING per- - bo MEN ON THE SHELF Do Not Want "Fuddle-Brained- " Gazing at Wax Figure. Engineers to Run Trains and Endanger Lives. means of displaying goods have dress ed a wax manikin In a Chinese girl's 'The. passing of costume and are thus presenting goods generals, and Ilko toilet articles, patent medicines, kings and engineers and book' foreign novelties and notions. Another kecpera and mechanics, Is one of the establishment has a wax flguro of a sure achievements of the century, girl In Chlneso costume a figure with says Rov. John P. Cowan, In Chinese features and made to resemarticle In ble n Chinese girl In all respects disWorld. the Christian Kndeavor playing 'a somewhat forelgnlzed model "The handwriting on tho wall today Chinese gown In a somewhat forelgn 'fuddlo-bralnThe rail- lzed Chinese bedroom Interior, a modIs against roads do not want to put him In their el apartment designed to appeal to engine cabs. Tho electric companies wealthy Chlneso with moro or less dare not trust blm whero the reckless foreign experience and Ideals. handling of a switch may send thou sands of volta of energy on death- - MAKING A BASE BALL CURVE dealing errands. Undo Sam cannot trust Captain Fuddlebraln to navigate Attschment the dellcato machinery of hts dread- Nebraska Man Invents 8phere to for Hsnd That Csusee naughts. Hankers and merchants can Take Deceptive Twist. not have their accounta kept by a young fellow who comes back from hli In desorlblng a bAteball curvcr, the lunch ctupld with beer. The Insurance Invention of It. W. Jones of Lincoln, companies and fraternal orders do not want to Insure a 'cigarette heart' or Neb., the Scientific American says: Mr. Jones provides means In this 'beer kidneys.' Even the docks and case readily attachable to the band mills do not want him to handle or shovel ore. "Not, only In athletics, but In business snd In public life, young men are being weighed In the balance on the score of their Railroads fuddlo-bralne- fuddlo-bralne- fuddlo-bralne- " .' - pic-Iro- A Device of Man. Ood no more "made liquor" than he mado a faro table, or a resort of debauchery. He no more mado It than he made the tools of the burglar ot the rile Invention which the customs setxe. He made It only In the same sense as he made tbo dynamiting bombs of the anarchist thugs. Wheat and corn and rye are wholly useful .and wholesome food aa nature yield them, but by tho devices of man strong drink la produced from them. and It ruins men if they take too much of It, as many of tbem do If they drink It at all. Instead, therefore, ol putting tbe responsibility for liquor on Ood, we advise the clergy to lay the whole blamo for It on men, aa a dangerous luxury which God com pell them neither to produce nor to any more than he compels them to do anything else. New York Sun. con-sum- Base Ball Curver. for causing a ball to curve when thrown from the band. A vacuum cup la held In position by a band made ot a size to fit a finger, but Is preferably made ot a size to fit two or more fingers so that the cup may be shifted or adjusted to any position with respect to the fingers. In this way the cup may be adjusted nicely to any point for giving a great or small curve, or various kinds ot curves. Tho Illustration showns a band grasping a ball having an embodiment ot the Invention applied to the hand and presstng against tbe ball. VIRGINIA REEL FOR YOUTHS Wo are warned against the sin ol pride. Now whisky Is the best thing to destroy pride that I ever heard of. When a man la sober he likes to have clean food, respectable-lookinclothing and a comfortable bed. When he la drunk he Isn't a bit stuck up; It matter little for him If his clothe are ragged or dirty, whether hi borne boast ot one pane of glass or of five; when It comes to sleeping be would Just aa soon lie down In the gutter as any other place, and think a e qulto a good a a pillow. Jaxtette C. Beach, g curb-aton- Breeds a Proper Pride. Known In England a Sir Roger d Coverly, la Enjoyed by Old People a Well aa Youngsters. time. Thirty aro battleground, declaring now for the saloon, now against It The last few month have een a steady current toward prohibition In these 30 counties. When Fort Dodge, tbat hitherto stronghold of the Jlquor traflle, outlawed her saloons, the hand writing on tho wall waa Tlslble to everybody. Iowa will vote) Ion constitutional prohibition within the yiext four years. Government's Duty. It I the duty of government so to legislate a to make It easy to do right and difficult to do wrong. William E. Gladstone. Public Sentiment In Iowa. Iowa has 99 counties. Sixty-ninot 'these havo outlawed aJoons for all e parties At almost all children' they finish up with a dance which In America Is called the Virginia reel and In England Sir Roger de Coverly. Grown people are Just as fond ot this dance as tbe youngster, but It naturally belongs to the children, a tbe Idea ot It was taken from a very old children' game called the shep herdess, which Is still very popular In France. The children form a line and then tbo leader stands a little to tbe left and the next child a little to the right and they raise their hands as high as their heads and from a barrier, which all the sheep must pass through. The next child In line becomes tbe shepherdess and call to her little lambs to follow her through tbe barrier, which they do while singing a little French song. passed After the last sheep ha safely under tbe two children that formed tbe barrier drop Into line at the end, and tbe two at the head ot tbe line form the next barrier and so on, until every child has bad a turn at being part ot tbe barrier for the others to pass under. How He Came. Teacher Who discovered America! I Abstainer Favored. Bright Boy Columbus. I Tbe United States bureau ot labor Teacher That's right Now, bow reports that 61 per cent of American did be come to do itl employer discriminate la favor of to-tDvfgM Boy It eae by water. abstainer. Theso grew Into llttlo stnlk nuch ns you sco nil about you, too weak to umko an car even with plenty of food." "If they had gono thru tho fields In tho fall nnd tuken tho lest ears from tho finest stalks, nnd then Long Life In XVIII put them In a dry place, each baby the Home plant In tho grains would havo been of good blo3d, and nlso healthy and By EUGENE U FISK, M. D. strong and nblo to grow." Copyright, 1910, by American Press "This, however, Is hut ono of our Association. troubles. The sassafras trio by tho fence, thcro, told mo In the spring Our care should nut be so much to live when I camo up, that corn had grown long-- as to live well. Seneca. In this field every year slnco It could WISE man wild: "There appears nnd you con see by lit) to exist n greater desire to live fclzo that has been norno time." , long than to llvo well. Measwo "That is very bad for us, for ure by man's desires, ho can. corn peoplo all llko tho camo kind of food. Whero wo grow year after not lire long enough; measure by his year on tho 3.11110 ground our food good deeds, nnd he has not lived long gets pretty ccarco. Such crops as enough; measure by his evil deeds, and wheat, clover, cowpeas, and gratis bo has lived too loug." should bo grown part of tho time. I Merc length or unys ns measured by They llko what wo do not, so wo tho calendar Is but a poor thing to would help each other. Resides this, write nbout. Tho "Oiling" that goes plants give off from thler roots a Into those days Is tho real measuro of substanco something llko tho sweat life. To encourngo a selfish nnd punctilifrom your body which Is a poison to other plants of their own kind, but ous regard for the attainment of n THE CORN STALK STORY phenomenal span of life Is not In keepDid you over notlco tho gentle will not hurt those of another kind. ing with the higher Ideal of philosophy rustlo of tho corn, Into in tho even- - If corn Is grown but onco In threo ono or science. lng, ns a brcczo passes over tho years all of thl3 poison that Life Is a Trust Fund. field? It sounds llko many whispers. Crop throws off will bo washed out In considering this problem we and I llko to think of It ns being hy tho rains beforo another crop should bear In mind, however, that tho stalks of corn talking together. I raised.' Wo cannot understand theso whlspcV- - j "Tho farmer plows so badly, too. life Is something thnt wc hold ln trust. lng voices, but I will tell you tho ills horses aro pool, and his plow U At least that Is the dictum of the story which a stalk told mo as I stood; worn out, so ho only breaks tho best thought thnt 1ms conio to us Wo have no right In a field after sunset ono evening ground four or flvo Inches deep. Then through the ages. ho often tries to cut a wider furrow to handle thin trust fund with careless In August. spendthrift Indifference; neither mny It was a very poor field In which than ho should, and as a result wo hoard it with such miserly care ' leaves a hard ridga between each I walked. Tho ground was cloddy, thnt It shall enrn no Interest In good e. He does net hnrrow enough to deeds nnd human achievement Sociweeds and briars wero plentiful and tho corn stalks woro slim, yellow and freak up tho clods, cither." ety condemns tho suicide In tho same with hut tow biarlng ears. I stopped , "With tha ground in this condition degree that It lauds tho patriot or the to wc. tender llttlo corn babies, wero hero who gives up his llfo In n good near ono ot tho largest stalks and covered often with cause. oxatnlno Its car, when, qulto to my topped But some people lack a sense of surprise, the cllks spread apart, n clis. Do you think it strango that proportion. Tho degreo of their sacrio took 'ck and do not ruako much tiny faco looked out, and a small, fice Is out of nil proportion to tho cause corn for hlmT" sad volco said, "Good evening Sir." ln which It is offered up and the possi' anrt clods "Tho hard I said good evening in return and lus too. at least thoso ct ble evasion of higher responsibility, my new friend went on: ua wbo Imve enouS" m Ieft. to et and the reflex Injury to others Is often "You seem interested in us, so i n unrealized. to nm going to talk to you a while it nnmr: Thy aro 1Iko Bnrrlng the emergencies of war and Jara whlch 'our tabIa Bhut you caro to listen. Most peoplo think accident, there aru few circumstances ,cannot 6et 0n- - ou can 800 but that warrant the deliberate forfeiture that wo plant peoplo cannot talk, Wo can sme11 Uie tood of llfo or persistent neglect of 'health. not cannot &et but that Is because they do It Is better that the worker, whether care for us, or try to understand us." ln tho hard Places- - but our f00'3 Thy do not humble breadwinner, or lofty states"I shall bo glad to listen as long ;cannot "usu ln to ct ,lct Ul Waterboys In. either, and as ns you caro to talk." I answered. resu,t they run n toP ot "Please do not think that I llko 'h '"y w "m 1110 oesi I believe that to complain, but It might do other Corn good if I should soil that they can pick up, leaving ,!X?'jBlWaMTTkV 4tat' tell you soino ot tho troubles that 1 us to go hungry nnd thirsty." "To mako matters worse, he let3 IsSHBsUr JiTMiKlstSBSB havo hnd," sho said. theso weeds and briars grow up and "I am suro that you think I havo I steal much of tho llttlo food there I a very poor ear and I suppose that I Ik for us. If ho would only plow deephavo but It Is not nil my fault. My er wo would havo more food. Wo can eat n la all tvi n n f n , tilmlaii n val ....... ,W Bmej, ,t ,lke low. too, but I nm not to blnme. I clods, It Is out ot our reach.' have done tho best I could under "Why does tho farmer not do bct- the circumstances." LKLiLiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH9 ter?'1 T finked "If tvntllil nil. B "In tho first place cur family has ' him you moro kindly." not had good caro for years and years "Indeed It would," was tho reply. In fact I do not bellcvo that wo havo Tho trouble Is that ho doe3 not know over been cared for as wo should any better. I am sorry for him much havo been. Mother told mo beforo moro than I blamo him. Ho gets sho died, whilo I was still a baby, along badly because ho does mot know. up In tho husks, that tho when ho might get wrapped along well It ho men who had raised us had neglect- only know moro about how to care ed us In every wny. Wo havo mostly for his land and his crops. Ono reabeen treated as wo havo been this son why I wanted to talk to you was year, and you can seo tor yourself that you might go and teach him. It how that Is. Then worse, It possible, Is too lato for mo to be helpful now, than tho way we havo been neglect but It might help other plants. ed while growing, Is tho way that With this sho said good night and our seed has been selected, or rather started to draw back Into tho husks, Copyright by Underwood & Underwood. not selected. No thought was given but beforo they had closed over tho D. ROCHFXXXXB, AT BKVKNTT, to seed until In tho spring, nnd then llttlo faco she added, "I am a poor JOHN OOLr LINIlS AX AUOCSTA, OA. ON tho man who raised us went to the stnlk, but I havo done tho best I Golf, billiards, hill cllmblnr. bunting, fishing, are all beneficial forms of excrib and took whatever ho could find. could. My ear may possibly bo taken ercise which may be Indulged far Into Tho result was that ho often got for seed, nnd, If It Is, you may be old age. able ears from very poor stalks. Besides to help some of my babies, which I this tho babies had often been damp am wrapping up so carefully In my man, should be spared to Work long proper restraint and poise nnd cold all winter. Tho result waj grains, to have a better chanco In nnd under than that his should be burned that many of them wero dead, and, tho world than I havo had. If you up prematurely life ln feverish and often worso for tho crop, many moro wero can I thank you for them, for they misdirected effort so weak that they could scarcely get may never havo the chanco to do Tlio first step, therefore, ln plannluj: li through tho ground. . for long life In tbe higher, meaning of themselves." c. D. Lewis. the term Is to acqulro'a sense of prothing better. To understand what I portion. A 6IRL EXPECTS OF A MAN, mean by WHAT theso things being manifesWhat Is Old Aget Caznlls said, "A man Is as old as his In tho August Woman's Home Com- - tations of a strong Intellect, compare arteries." True enough, but far from iianiou appears an article entitled with such strength tho mental weak"What a Girl ExpectB of a Man." It ness of tho man who Is unjust, being a definition of old age. To deIs wrlttcu by Anno Bryan McCall, (asslonate, dull, blundering, a slave to fine old age wo must first define life. Herbert Bpencer tried to define life his temper, led In bonds by his and an extract fellows: and succeeded admirably ln some rechangeable, unreliable, vari"First sho wants strength of body; spects, but there Is nothing lu bis defnot that strongth of body which tho able, unfair; for evciy ona of theso inition that explains why tho human by which things Is a form of mental weaknesj. clock runs down lu less than a cenprlmltlvo wemau demanded, you could knock down an adversary, The man strong intellectually has tury Instead ot running for seveml but that bettor, moro modern fashion none of theso weaknesses. centuries. "Then, and this I would havo yoa ot bodily strength which we call Preparing For Old Age. health, tho soundness ot body which note as her most persistent demand, Preparation should begin in youth. tcmperato living, cleau rho expects a strong will and honor, Ono original observer, Charles Sedge-wicbespeaks Mlnot, has ndvanced tho seemlnc man that Is. Tho thinking, healthy instincts; not tho moral strong body that can break, so much must have tho moral courago to do paradox that we grow old faster in lu as the healthy body which can beud licht, to overcome evil whether evil fancy than In old age; that cell change to meet and deal with the varied fiom outsldo or evil within himself; Is far slower lu tho sixth decade of life than ot modern a man not weak to yield, but strong babyhood. lu tbe first six mouths of and difficult condition Iu n certain physiological to resist temptation. llfo. It even pleases her It you sail senso this true. "And with hoar I shall Include a boat well, dauco well, rldo well, Tho hardened arteries at forty may courtesy, that tiling so dear to tho bo tho result of poor feeding, lack of play tennis well; not because these things aro especially deslrablo in heart ot every woman. And I shall physical training, Improper breathing themselves, but becauso they express call your attention U, tho fact that habits and deficient oxygenation durtp her newly tho old strength ot courtesy, truo courtesy, Is porhap3 ing childhood. Qlro tbo child a fair body In some gracious and desirable J tho finest flower of all moral start In the race. This Is far bettei strength. As a man's moral strength than to devise drugs and potions for . form. maladies of maturltj relief of 1, r.i ... 1, wl . t ,. 'Then she wants temperateness, fTM.ttf.lll , Ilia buunve; giunPi vvjui kkoj tho old age. the and good cnse, and trustworthiness, In at bottom Just kindness, and he Is and The Effects of Life Strain. always most kind who has the strongi, and and that long life Is often n It I loco Is the old strength tf est sense ot tho rights ot otlieis matter truethe quality of one's "tubof and the deepest sense ot honor toward ing." Tho disease that are responsi Intellect that sho has always deslreJ, but refined and altered into come- - himself. Health Culture A cent This I a nut to crack for well meaning peoplo who shut their eye to nil thnt la unplensnnt nnd sinister in our clvlllzntlon nnd hug tho thought thnt tho world Is necessarily growing better every day. Tho mean duration of life has undoubtedly greatly Increased ln tbo pnst century, hut tho Increase Is duo to the lowering of the denth rnto among young people. After middle llfo there hns been a decided lncreaso ln the death rate. At least tho evidence nvnll-abl- o In this country warrants this beo " u'n yu - jtJKk 1 ( M J J ,,,,.. eitl-al- iwwtPlB prej-udlce- s, jurious, now the feo)le tissues of tbe aged can be benefited by a cell poison No such lncrcnso Is shown by British statistics until the oge of sixty-flvIs reached. Tho "high cost of living" may be a factor ln thnt tho struggle .for existence Is bnrdcr nnd Involves moro strnln. I nm inclined to tbo belief, however, that too much prosperity Is a much moro potent causo of tho high mortality nt tho advanced ages. Tho amount of food that is wasted ln tho nverago American family Is appalling, nnd this surplus of nutrition, combined with the strenuous life nnd. Intemperate hnblts fostered by our rapidly developing nnd complex mny well account for the lncrenso In the mortality from degenerative diseases. Principles of Prevention. As I have already suggested, a good start In childhood thrice arms a mnn against these degenerative affections. But tho strongest constitution in maturity may yield to abuse, and the time Is coming when the man who throws awny the splendid asset of sound health will be looked upon as a social enemy. Slnco the degenerative affections that lend to premature old ago are the result of intemperance, using- the term In its broadest sense, temperance, also used lu Its widest significance, Is tho keynote of prevention. Importance of Exercise. As middle life approaches and there la a slowing down of the vital activities a disinclination for exercise often develops. This Is to a certain extent normal. The man of forty who attempts to keep up with football, baseball or even tennis Is taking heavy chances. The strain on heart nnd arteries may lend to chronic changes more than counterbalancing tho benefit from exercise. But with tho abandonment of active sports and with neglect to exercise tbero Is often an Increase ln the amount ot food and stimulants taken, and with Increasing business care or social activities the "furnace becomes clogged." It Is Important, therefore, to proper balance In these things. Blow down ln the matter of strenuous competitive exercise, but get enough exercise to burn up your food and prevent the accumulation of fat and food poisons. Blow down ln tbe matter of diet and do not let tbe pleasures of the tablo tempt you to gradually Increased Indulgence ln rich food as the more active pleasures of life are relinquished. Golf, billiards, bill climbing, bunting, fishing, nro all beneficial forms of exerclso which may be Indulged far Into old age. Alcohol In Old Age. It used to bo thought that wine was a good stimulant in old age, but tbe wisest physicians now pronounce against this view. There Is no sound physiological reason why alcohol should bo beneficial ln old age, and lu clinical practice It Is found to be In.a lief. k tli 1 broad-mindnca- 1 llko alcohol It Is dltllcult to conceive. Value of Bathing. Regular bathing, preferably tbe cool shower or plunge, by keeping up a good skin nctlou relieves tho heart nnd kidneys of extra work and favors tbe maintenance of a normal tension In tbe blood vessels. Danger of Constipation. Metchnlkoff believes that the of toxic mutter from the large Intestines Is un Important Influence lu causing old age. He suggests the use of sour milk or a preparation of the bacilli which causo milk to become sour to combat tbe. microbes that Infest tho large Intestines. Some painstaking experiments have been made along this line, but the results thus fur are negative. However, buttermilk and other sour milk preparations are healthful uud may be tried, especially where there Is coiistlputlou or lutestlnnl fermeutu tlou. All natural menus should tx tried to prevent constipation by avoidance of concentrated meat diet and by the use of fruit, spinach or other green vegetables, water between meals, exercise of abdouilnul muscles, etc. Page Four. THE CITIZEN. a days during tho o July 35, 1912. iig party to 1 lobes" Mountain for two LETTER FROM MR, TAYLOR Inst week. They llnrtsvlllo, Pa., July 11, 1912. a wero accompanied' by tho Misses e S Williams, Nora Wyatt, Blanche Dear Friend: Wo nro now nt homo sweet home, Wilson, Rebecca and Nettio Scrivner, o Wlnnlo Davis, Edna Early and Mabel whero every treo nnd shi)rb seem to a Blcknell. NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A nod n welcome, "nnd wo find It reo m VARIETY OF SOURCES o young gentlemen freshing to find tlmo to think conTho following melody of dny tho secutively and aoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaooao spent 0110 Aden with them on Short, tho treo tops. to catch tho Ogg, Brnxton mountain, Mr. Kldd Richardson is visiting Charley Bowman and Strothcr Gott. Quito a drouth has prevailed hero relatives In town this week. but last night 11 was broken, MRS. 6, M, TREADWAY DIES Mr. Harold VanWInkle of Clevethis morning finds mo out on tho Ohio, arrived In Borea, Tuesland, AFTER TWO DAYS' ILLNESS lawn under a big shady elm writing day, to visit with his relatives n CITV rilONK 133 nnd thinking nnd planning, enjoying Tho many friends of Mrs. O. M. mo Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co few days "before going East to tako fn...i.... Ill I... .I...1.. ..til.... I In tho freshness of nature. Before i iiuiiivu i iBprcads n great panorama, similar .iviuinui mu uu a position. learn of her sudden denth nt her I to tho view from our Bercn iorch Mr. Geo. Dick left last Thursday for home In PalnL I.ick, Tuesday night,' . . ... , , Indiana-poll- s, H. BRECK eoaooosoaoaoooooooooooaoaoaooocoo 0 LOCAL PAGE Ol-li- Fly Scoot 2 Gallons for 25c You can't afford to let the flies worry your cow or horse to death while the cost of keeping them off is so little. Try FLY SCOOT the way I fix it. I will refund your money if you are not :s :: :5 :: pleased with the results. Don't forget that your order, small or large, will :: :: :! :! :' be delivered promptly. i i DR. BEST, DENTIST j aa C. E. PORTER, Ph. C. Phone 10 INNES AND HIS BAND WILL DE AT THE DLUE CRASS FAIR IN LEXINGTON. Berea, Ky. uc-ii- DAN Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock INSURANCE Will sign your bond. Phone 505 Richmond, L. N. TIME TABLK. NorUi Bound Local 10:66 p. m 7:00 a. m. Knoxvllle 2:62 a. m. 1:04 p. m. BEREA. 7:45 a. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound Local CIS p. m. 6:30 a. m. ClnclnnaU 12:34 p. m. 12:82 a. m BEREi 1:65 p. m. KnoiTlUt t:M a. m. Jackson Sanitarium, nt Iml., whero ho Will take treatment for several days. Mr. Joseph Peterson, civil engineer, who has been in Berea for several Ky, weeks making n landscapo survey of tho collcgo grounds, having completed his work, left on tho enrly train Saturday for Boston, Mass. '.Mt. ... Mr. W. K. Azblll of Cleveland, O., Express Trains top to take on and let off pMn gera from beyond Dayton, O., or from Atlanta and beyond. South Bound 1:00 a. m. ClnclnnaU BERBA il:41 a. m. North Bound BBREA 4:46 p. m. ClnclnnaU 1:37 p. m. after visiting with relatives in Bo tea nnd Richmond for several weeks, returned homo last Monday. Miss alary E. Welsh writes to friends In Berea that she Is spend ing a very busy and happy vacation at her homo In Boothbay, Me. Scrivner, Nora Wyatt, Blanche ed, Wednesday. son and Winnie Davis. Miss Margaret Shumaker writes to Those holding tickets on "tho dinner Berea friends that sbo Is spending away, which i3 to bo given Bet, most delightful vacation at the must bo present at cur store July 27, National Yellowstone Park. at 3 o'clock. Mr. Dock Gilbert, who has been Mrs. S. It. Baker. employed at the Battle Creek Sani W. H. Pumphrey of. Lancaster, Ky., tarium for tho past year returned to Agent for tho Demoreat Berea last week. Ho will work here Advance Comedy Co. was in town the flrht tho remaining part of thu summer nd will enter school nt the begin of the week making necessary Prepnlng of the Fall term. arations for the coming of tho Co. Mr. Ed East, former student, has Mr. Thos. Logsdon was called to Paint Lick last Monday on account been visiting In town for tho past fow days. of the illness of his mother-in-laMrs. J. W. Dlnsniore writes from Mrs. Geo. Treadway. Oshkosh, Wis., this week, that the About fifty Berea students aro Creek thermometer registers CC degrees. now working at the Battle The C. E. social held In tho Taber Sanitarium. nacle last Saturday night was attend Ogg were at Mr. and Mrs. C. I. c i " rnn.n In laftll fnnnlv Last ed by a largo crowd of older people " s youngsters. All seemed to T,T. cu uo ! Comedy have an excellent time. Don't forget tho Demorest Miss Jean Cameron enroute to Co. Novla Scotia remembered friends in Mr. and Mrs. Floyd 'Kldd visited Berea with picture jost cards from with Mrs. Treadway at Paint Lick St. Johns, Newfoundland. , last Tuesday. Mr. W. N. Hanson of Springfiled, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Richardson vis- 111., is visiting for several days with ited at Big Hill, Sunday. his father, Mr. Samuel Hanson. reair. ana airs. Tarlton Combs The Misses Lillian Maupin and K. Parks, teachers at Baldwin, gave n turned last week after spending n plo supper at their school house last few days with relatives In Boylo week for the purposo of equipping County. A party of young people had a the houso with shades, curtains, etc. deiigntrul time on a camping trip They collected $22.20. "Banner Bargain Day, July 31st. to Robes Mountain from Wednesday Special Sale on silk and messalluo until Friday. The Misses Suo and Sallio Lowen underskirts. left last week for a visit with friends Mrs. S. It. Baker. In Versailles, Ky. Miss Ollle Williams of Portsmouth, Mr. Egbert Davis Is In town for a Ohio, who has been visiting with visit with hs mother. Mrs. Everett VanWInkle for the past two weeks, returned to her home, ROBINSON-BLOUNT Wil- Tho Deniorest Comedy Co. will show ovory night next week at tho Halllo Embrco lot on Chestnut St. Mr. Leo. F. Gllllgan returned from Nowburn, Tenn., Inst Monday, whero he had been to see about the prln clpalshlp of a High School. Mr. 01111-gaccepted tho jwsltlon und will teach there next year. Mrs. J. H. Fortnoy and daughter, Wo can't say too much about Frcck Laura, of Wyoming, Cincinnati, Ohio, Its. We would rather nut It In tho nro spending a few weeks at Boone hands of the boys than to bo permit Tavern. Miss Martha Click who has been ted to preach them a sermon. And If we wero teaching, wo would want visiting at Manchester, Ky., for tho tho weekly installments to read to past week returned '.Monday morn ing. our pupils every Friday evening. Prof. Howard Is attending nn Inst! party was given by Mrs. tuto A dinner at Manchester this week. 01-lW. G. Galloway in honor of Miss Dr. B. K. Robinson, after spending Wllllmas during her visit with a week with home folks In Clay Co., Mrs. Everett VanWInkle this week leturned last Monday. The young ladies present were tho Master John Bower who has been Misses Williams, Nettio and Kebecca visiting an io Wo nro nt Mrs. Taylor's jwrento Mrs. Treadwny was a consistent I,home, 1C miles out from Philadelphia, member of the Methodist Church nnd , h u faithful Christian from childhood. wide "nil ana nospnniuo porcnes ncsi. A husband and two daughters nro led among eighteen hugu elms nnd left to mourn her loss. ash trees which tower high keeping Friends of tho bereaved family ex below sentinel. A half mllo tend their heartfelt sympathy In this silentplainly did In sight rims tho ut tun nmicuun. Xeshamlng, n beautiful tributary of Funeral services and burial will tho Delaware, named by tho Indians, bo held In Paint Lick, nt 2:30 and In a clump of tries stands tho Presbyterian old historic Ncslmmlng church, founded In 1710. Log College MEW BELl was an outgrowth of this church in Students nnd teachers who nro 1729 which In turn was tho proud away for tho summer will bo glad to parent of Princeton College. Just know that tho College has a new bell. near tho old church Is tho quaint Just before commencement a year i cemetery, beautifully kept, whero ago, tho bell was cracked In ringing J Win. Tenant, tho founder of tho Col- nnd thoBo who stayed in Berea dur Ifge, Is burled and whero sleep nmld ing tho vacation had to enduro Its rpruco shrubbery my own fnther nnd harsh and grating tones. A now one mother. was Installed shortly aftor tho open Just fivo miles north on tho York ing of school in September. Somo Koad (tho old stago lino between of our readers will recall odes pub- Philadelphia and New York) Is lolished in The Citizen both to tho cated my own old homo farm, now old and the new bell. occupied by strangers but whero n Tho new bell, however, was nevsr warm welconio always greets us. Our very sweet toned, nnd in that respect vacation In thu main will he npent did not como up to the prophecies imild theso old familiar scenes. Next respecting it In ono of tho odes. And week wo go to N'orthflcld, Mass., nnd shortly beforo commencement this on our return trip will motor over yenr Its voice became moro cracked. to Daltou to visit Dr. Johnson our !.,i. ,, . pABINETI This Orchestral Dand Hat a Unique Reputation Whereevcr Good Mu Ic Is Appreciated. mt-nl- his father at Paris, return Buggies!! BUGGIES! HUGGIKS! BUGGIES! BUGGIES! buggies! BUGGIES! HUGGIES! BUGGIES! HUGGIES! BUGGIES! buggies! BUGGIES! buggies! BUGGIES! buggies! BUGGIES! buggies! BUGGIES! buggies! buggies! ", W " S a v.e LCH and S the Difference itrust03 w,lero wo will als!TseoMary ' I,,ckcrInB who is busy thcro for tho .U..UU-.T- . ino icnowlng week we will spend over Sunday at Ocean Grove, New Jersey, whero wo will r.ct our annual "bath" In tho old Atlantic, and enjoy tho meetings at the great auditorium. The now "world famous'' Willow Grovo park is right near our homo here, where nil tho great musicians gather durnnd evening concerts. Sousa, Pryor, Victor Herbert and others come enth year for a period of two or three weeks, giving us tho richest of musl-c- dls- A week or bo ago its uso was continued, and on Monday of this week a fine now bell was hoisted to tho tower, whoso rich tones surpass anything that Berea has heard in n long time. Long may It ring. BEREA FAIR Get ready to cotae to tho Berea Fair, July 31st, Aug 1 and 2. New half mile regulation race tracU Just completed. Increased premium ing tho summer rendering afternoon I'DIUNnn. my friend, do a Tho lnnes Hand o be heard nt tho fuinil. llluo Grass Pair at Lexington In Au- rtiey nil J to tho dinner and alo th Mil, gust has a unique reputation throughmum out tho wholo country. No organiza- rheymar men to wtih, with ardor, they tion has a higher reputation for tho rtiit the mi-which fortelU them cams rendition of tho great standards in thru tlmta a day. music, nnd tho nnmc of lnnes has como to be synonymous with tho best DESSERTS, I there Is In the domain of high art. Tho services of tho band nro In con-Moat of tho ,tcrncr sex fool as If tant demand, In fact, Its principal lney had been deprived of tholr Just, work being tho giving of fcstlvul eel- - fluCg and had not a perfoct meal In the big cities of tho coun- tbcy havo had somo kind of n pud-'rding or pie for dcuscrt. "These trifles; Tho lnnes Band Is tho result of light as air" do not appeal to their many years of effort, of unceasing taste. So even In warm weather, watchfulness to secure tho best mu- - when an occasional cool dar arrives. ilclans In tho world, of constant nnd Is a good tlmo to prepare a heavier) tedious rehearsing, of tireless effort dessert. on the part of lnnes himself and by Hero Is ono to keep on hand and tho dctermlnaUon of each Individual team up for occasions: member of tho organization to give French Fruit Pudding. To a cup of! tho best that Is In him. finely chopped suet add a cup of mo Each playor Is selected with as tastes and a cup of sour milk, then s much care and consideration as aro two and cups of flour the sareral soloists who accompany ' lifted with a teaspoon and a half of ' tho Band, and ovory man must pass n toda, half a teaspoon of salt and rigid examination by lnnes himself, dotes, a teaspoon of cinnamon. When before ho Is accepted at a member of well mixed add a cup and a fourth of I s tho Band. of a cup of raisins and Beatrice Van Loon, tbo soprano, who currants. Steam four hours In a bat Is to bo heard here during ths coming tcred mold. engagement. Is one of the younger Sterling. Sauce. Serve this sauc American singers, who, like Nordlca, with tho abovo pudding: Cream a. half Mary Garden nnd Gcraldlno Farrar, cup of butter, ndd a cup of brown has, by her sensational successes In rugar. a teaspoonful of vanilla and opera abroad, and In Boston, cstab- - four tablespoonfuls of milk. Add tho llshed herself as ono of tho world's milk drop by drop to keep tho singers. She Is said to poness turo smooth. a volco of true dramatic brilliancy. Fig Pudding. Chop a third of a Pound of beef suet, add a half pound of rhopped rigs; cream tho suet beforo ' INNES GREAT CONDUCTOR n3l,nR ": soak two and a hair cups of bread crumb In n halt cup of milk, add two beaten eggs, a cup of For twenty years Frederick Nell sugar andlhree fourtbs of a teaspoon lnnes has been spreading tho gospel of MU a tOKCthor and steam of muslo In America nnd his namo. three hours. Serve with egg sauce, probably moro than that of any other Twi beaten egg, a cup of powdered great conductors. Is closely Idcntlfled BUKar and three tablcspoonfuls of any with tho movement which has mado fruit Julco. Wagner known and opprcclatcd Mjple 8juce for ,e, Cr.am.-- Put a throughout the and pounJ ot map)o UEari uroken ln mla of this country. a cup of hln cream and two tablo- Inncs Orchestral Band, which has ..poonfuls of butter In a granite sauce-grown and developed under Mr. lnnes' pan: boll without stirring until It leadership until it stands at the head forms a soft, waxy ball, when dropped of organizations of Its character, Is ex- cold water. Keep tho pan In nnoth- lenuing us territory mis season In or- - rr of hot water until reody to serve. ucr iu meei uoinanua rrom cities which It "III candy on tho Ico cream as it hitherto have not enjoyed muilcal ad- does on snow In sugaring time. It vantages such ns thoio nearer New carefully dropped ln small amounts It York have been glvon. This plan Is may be eaten with comfort. ln every way consistent with Mr. lnnes' work for years to encourage and foster ln America a lovo for the best that musical literature has to offer. This Is why the directors of tho Fair selocted Innei and his players as the big musical feature of tho celebration. It was felt that the organization would appeal not only to the musical enthusiast but nlao to that great body of peoplo who with a natural love for the beautiful aro not vet renilv in At 10 a.m. forswear everyone but Bach, Cluck,! Beethoven and the other Immortals. I shall sell, in bulk, on the In addition to tho sixty players of his Band, lnnes will bring with him sev premises in Berea, 'Ky. eral soloists, notably trlco Van Ixon, soprano, of the Chi-- , I. Dooley's Stock of I cago Grand Opera Company. 1 y. three-fourththree-fourthmix-greJ high-ways AUCTION SALE Tuesday, July 30 well-know- W. entire I list. Good music, good attractions, good time for everybody. Only fair in Madi son County this year. CELERY PLANTS tho College Garden. goods, including fixtures. FOR SALE ut Phone 122. J. P. CHENAULT, Trustee. Wednesday. Mr. Oscar Hayes nnd family returned, Wednesday, from Fayetto County, where they have been visiting with friends for several days. U. S. Wyatt left, Wdnesday, for Clay County to visit his father for a few days. Mr. Robert Maupin, traveling salesman for Kellogg and Co., of Richmond, was calling on tho merchants nl Miss Rhoda Robinson of Berea who here, Tuesday. THE RACKET STORE MRS. EARLY has been living with Mrs. Jno. Hurst A STREANUOUS VACATION of Richmond, was quietly married to Mr. Waldo B. Davison, secretary o. Mr. Edgar Blunt of that placo nt the Berea Y. M. C. A., Is upending a tho home of the groom, Friday even rather strenuous vacation In Noring, July lDth. folk, Va., Mr. Davison Is a plumber SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC by trade, aud In .a letter to tho Edi There will bo a picnic for the Nar tor, describes his work at tho Norrow Gap Sunday School nt Mallory folk Navy Yard on tho battleship Springs, Saturday, July 27. Teams Kentucky. Tho battleship Is In dock leave Narrow Gap church houso ct for the purpose of reiialrs, and It was his particular Job to replpu ono of 8 a. m. Miss Fox. tho forward 13 Inch gun turrcta. Mr. Davison expects to return to FARM FOR SALE Berea In tho fall In tlmo for the SC acres of land for sale in Gar- opening conference of tho Y, M. C. rard County, near Wallacoton, A. Sept. 7 and 8th, nnd urges Ky all will sell for S55 per acre and give workers to make It a point to como possession Jan. 1, 1913. This la a early enough for this meeting. great bargain. UP TO THE STANDARD D. N. Welch, Berea, Ky. FIRST FAIR Mt. Vernon Is to have Its and annual fair this for the oxhlblts are 9th. The Association expense to make Its great success. CAMPIN6 first year. The dales Aug. 7, 8 and la sparing no first session a PARTY The families of Rov. Kelch and Mr. Everett VanWInkle composed a camp- - feasts. I sient Tuesday aud Wednesday iu Philadelphia with Edward and Melville Hanscom, (my old partners lu business.) It was very Interesting to visit our places of business nnd note tho changes since I was so actively interested thcro five years ngo. Many of tho old employees still and tho best and most faithful aro naturally gravltutlng toward the top. I wandered In for a fow minutes to tho great Wannmakcr "Egyptian hall" whero freo crgnn recitals aro rendered morning and afternoon. Tho plpo organ Is ono of tho largest in tho world nnd my flngora Itched to got hold of It I sat right next to tho keyboard whero I could watch tho chango of stop action which as you know gives the variety of toue Continued Iron first rage from a mere whisper to a thunderA feature of more than ordinary ous roar. Wannmakcr Is truly a pubInterest to some will bo tho article lic benefactor wherever his life by Prof. Robertson on Religious touches. Tolerance In Maryland. Prof. Rob- And now I am off for a tramp down ortson is now In Richmond, Vlrgina, by the old school houso whero as n making historical researches, nnd boy of 16 I taught and terrorized the our readers may be assured thit youngsters who nro now tho chief whatever comes from his pen Is the citizens of this community, I haven't latest and best. heard of any as yet running opposl-tio- n Take The Citizen Into the shade to Wilson cr Taft and leisurely scan and study Its SIncorely, pages. H. E. Taylor. ln STILL GOING at Reduced Prices All summer suits, oxfords of all kinds' wash skirts, 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. HAYES C, GOTT BEREA "S Quality Store" KENTUCKY uly 35, 19 12. THE CITIZEN, Page Five COMING COMING World's Records Are Expected to Be The Show You Know Shattered When High Powered Motorboats Meet In Cadillaqua Races WATCH OUT FOR The Demorest Comedy Co. Under a big Water Proof Tent. One Week Starting ENGLE'S Monday Night, July 29, 1912 CHANGE OF PLAY EVERY NIGHT BIG SALE jj3BfcjC!i""' -- 20 MONDAY PEOPLE NIGHT THE GREAT FOUR ACT DRAMA 20 SBflwfjjSLjS NEXT WEEK Conducted by J. WAGES OF SIN BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER. SPECIAL SCENERY FOR EVERY PLAY. J. Branaman OF WINDOW BOXES Home BABY RELIANCE I. BEAUTY HALLIE EMBREE LOT, CHESTNUT ST. RELIGIOUS TOLERATION IN Tow Filled With Flowers, They Make the Crowded Parts of the City Attractive. Boxes fastened to the windows ot flat buildings that extend to the sidewalk lino are a very deslrablo feature ot the city beautiful, but one which has been sadly neglected by the American peoplo. Travelers in England and Europo are impressed with these flower effects that often decorate an MARYLAND Continual from itt one ir.oro, tho acquisition of tho Charter tho from King Charles' I, In 1C3'J, death of llaltimoro and tho Initiation ot tho enterprise by his son, Cecil Cnltcrt. Wo remember tho arrival of colonists at St. Marys, tho rapid increase In tho number of settlers, or tho establishment of Provldenco Annapolis, as It Is now called, and tho rlbo of tho larger settlement if llaltlmore. Wo do not forget that tho Proprietors did not como out to thj now world themselves but sent Cover-norf their sometimes members own family, as In tho case of tho first one Leonard Calvert. Wo recall nUo tho violent struggles that took jitaco in tho colony, iiartlcularly between tho Proprietors and tho General Assembly, for tho control, and tho Interference from tho Its colony of Virginia or some of inhabitants whoso territorial domalu or trading sphcro was thought to lo -- s, usual Interpretation, tho beginnings of .Maryland are set forth as, preeminently, a religious movement. The colony camo Into being strongest. primarily as a refugo for tho persecutAfter his resignation from Kllttcal ed Catholics aud tho pulley of tolera tion naturally falls to their credit life In England or rather his fall, To Calvert was freo to carry on an enas a conscious religious iollcy. terprise In which ho had long been tho student of history this InterpreWo remember that ho tation Is a natural ono though Incor- Interested. followed tho had been a partner In tho Virginia rect. In a century which t coon after It started; ho ono which marks tho great breach In enterprise colony of his own Church by tho establishment of tried to start a tho In New but gave it up Protestantism religious (juostlons aru becauso - of tho unfavorable location tho ccntr of things and everything at Going to Virginia ho Is likely to bo Interpreted from Uio and cltmato. allegl-- 1 religious lKilnt of view, just as wo refused to take tho oath of a co required to live thero and sjicnt liavo Interpreted events before iho his time exploring tho Chesapenko Civil War from tho point of view of Bay. Tho good will ot tho King Is tho slavery question in our own hisnow realizing that seen In tho favorable Charter which tory nnd nro Just Calvert received. It gavo him great In doing so wo nro often led Into cr power and moro rights than nny errors. If now wo will chango our ono had thus far received. Ho prob-nbl- y point of vlow wo chall bo getting on drew up the terms himself and to tho right track. Wo must bring greater emphasis other phas.--s made them such that ho would be into the head ot a magnificent enterprise, of tho sixteenth and seventeenth cenenjoying ns ho supposed all the priv turies. Above all wo must remember ileges ot a feudal lord of thu oldthat tho age vt tho Tudors and tho en times. Stuarts was an ago of great activity By tho death of Georgo Calvert bo- -, along tho lino of economic chango fore the Charter was actually given, Wo must nnd adventure. tho beginnings of Maryland from his son Cecil Calvort became tho one on whem fell tho task of initiatthis point of view. to ing tho enterprise. Ho Is cald Is true that tho first Lord BaltiIt more was a Catholic and there Is no havo been almost a mirror of his reason to discredit his claims of in- father In character end purposo. (n terest in their behalf. But beyond be- the Charter as first given, appear nil ing a Catholic, Lord Baltlmoro and the essential foalureo of tolerance his dlstlngulohed descendants wore and tho colony was open to people of administrators, rulors, heads ot a lany religious creed provided they ' great economic enterprise. It Is acknowledged Jesus Christ. Ot tho first group ot colonists that settled ts truo that Lord Baltlmoro nnd woro men of largo mlndcd-lies- s at St. Marys a consldorabla number, but they wero not characters It not a majority, wero Protestants of tho reformation contury and tho and n few years later Father Moore reformation typo. Religion with them complained to Homo that three out did not constltuto tho all In all. of four wero "horetlcs." Several Many men of that day easily wont times oatha of tolerance were requirfrom tho one creed to tho other. ed of tho colonial governors and In Tho first Calvert was a Protestant 1G19 tho Toleration Act was passed until somoUmo after 1G20 when ho through tho Assembly. This act was tho became a Catholic. It is not very tho first legal recognition ot ' 11 ' ' ' hls'do-BcondanI Invaded. In tho to tell whether Cecil Calvert wan a Catholic or a Protestant; ho Is sometimes thought to bo tho latter, Judging from his actions. When Qeorgo Calvert became a Catholic he resigned tho high office ho held ns Secretary ot State to tho Klug, James I. This la generally Interpreted ns a result of his chango In rellg-- I Ion but thero is as much or even moro reason to think It was duo to ho the defect of n cherished plan had been engaged In to bring about a marriage ot tho King's sou, Charles, with tho daughter ot the Spanish King. Thero wa3 certainly no reason 'for Calvert to dcolro to lcavo Kng- ho land for religious purposes for was still In high favor after his rislguatlun and even received his that tltlo of lxrd Baltimore after event. Nor does It seem Imperative for that n schemn ot colonization religious purposo primarily should occur at tho ttmo Maryland was settled In 1C32 1KM, because tho severity of attltudo toward the Catholics had much abated after tho time cf (Elizabeth. This Is not to say that religion did not servo ns a motive Tho because It certainly was ono. only jiolnt to observe Is that It was net tho only motive nor even tho easy I AT TOP, KITTY HAWK II. BELOW. When the world's record for racing was broken at Detroit, motorboats Juno 8, durlwg the race between the Kitty Hawk II. nnd tho Baby Hcllnnce II. It gave some Indication of hew the old Detroit river would bo churned to white foam during Cndlllsqun, when tho greatest collection of high powered speed boats ever assembled will compete for the Cadillaqua championships. Tho Kitty Hawk nnd Baby Ilellanco will meet again to scttlo their feud, but other bonts said lo be Just ns fast will bo there to compete with them for the big prizes. The recent spectacular rnce between these two bonts wns terminated suddenly, when tho Itellance wns swamped by the heavy swell from n steam yacht nnd dove to the bottom of the river. The boats wero going 43.20 miles per hour when the unfortunate accident ended the struggle. These two wonderful hydroplanes were dashing over the fastest water course In BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE CatoUae eastern "trade Journals." He says: "It's style that counts; I recently saw a perfectly matched team of chestnut horses which sold for $40,000 39,000 was for style. There are many teams In the neighborhood that can travel as fast and as far, for sale at $1,000 or less. One front yard Is a potato patch; the other filled with fine flowers, shrubs, and trees, yielding beauty throughout the year. Which would bring the higher price? Beauty Is wealth. Raise plenty of It and bo rich. There Is a refinement which comes from pleasant surroundings. A man will use better language and keep himself in better shape If be lives In a good house. You will note a wonderful change when a family moves Into a new and better home. In build- Ing a home place, the farmer gets .along all right until ho comes to the front yard. There he suddenly stops as If he got through with the whole business. He does not stop to con- ' slder that from the beginning all will ' deteriorate, while It ho plants, all the latter Increases In vnluo by leaps and 'bounds. Keep the yard full of fine flowers; a few the first year soon In: crease to plenty; fill the yard with Canoei massed in on of the Bell It I lagoons to let thalr happy occupant them. Don't keep your boy (or yourcatch a part of th band concert. self) working In the kack yard all the great Cadillaqua. to be held hydroplnnes will be absolutely freo time; come out Into the cheer and Detroit's Li expected to provo the from all admission fees. July smiles ot the flowers. There Is, besides The Detroit board of commerce, rec- actual worth, a sentimental value. Let most Interesting water feto ever held orus make a higher and more beautiful In America. It was designed for two ognized ns one of the greatest civic ganizations of America, stands behind world, so that we may have a highpurposes first, to celebrate the foundCadillaqua. In fact. It was tho publicier and richer Joy ot living." ing of Detroit by Cadillac In 1701, but ty committee ot the board of commerce chiefly to share with the rest of the "that suggested an annual water fete, world tho wonderful waterway with commemorating the founding of the steam roller process. And instead which nature endowed tho City of the city of Detroit by Cadillac 211 years of being a product ot Catholic tolerago, be held every year for tho pleasance It was aimed directly against Straits. ure and benefit not only of the people tho Proprietors coreligionists, tho Cadillaqua (pronounced with accent ou the third syllable) will of Detroit and Michigan, but of all lovJesuits, who had been from tho start be held every year, so that the valor ot ers of clean sport nnd recreation In an obstructive force. They had refusCadillac nnd bis sturdy voyagers will America. ed to recognize Iho Proprietor's claims Cadillaqua will bo the largest birthnot be effaced from tho memory of coming generations. Tho wa day party ever held. The birthday given by the King ns valid and had this and ter fete will havo n historic value each cake will hold 211 candles. Tho citi- been acquiring titles from tho Indiyear, and It will bo the means of giv zens of the Michigan metropolis say ans to large tracts ot land. Thero is ing to as many citizens of tho rest of that nil visitors to tho city during the evldcnco that they were tho causo tho America as are ablo to come to Cad- big birthday party and carnival will ot much ot tho disturbance In illaqua, clean sport and much health- enjoy their cake. The majestic Belle Assembly which Is generally attributful recreation around tho world's most Isle, on whoso lakes and lagoons glide ed to the spirit of democratic governtho luxurious aud beplllowed canoes, charming waterway. 1G19 ment nnd tho legislation of Detroit Is unselfish. Its great sum will be turned over to Detroit's visitors and 1650 was a climax in tho struggle. Bello Islo's beau mer show will bo absolutely free to for their enjoyment In his attacks on tho Jesuits of the everybody. Its historic and Industrial tlful drives, zoo, aquarium and playpageants showing electric lighted floats grounds will be on dress parado for Proprietor overreached himself and tho costing ns high as $5,000 apiece. Its the Cadillaqua guests, who are urged for a time tho colony was in naval parades, Its races and exhibitions to accept the noted park as their play- hands ot tho Puritan party, and tho Proprietors had considerable diffiby the world's fastest motorboats and ground during the unique festival culty in regaining control. It would perhaps boon nearer tho principle ot religious toleration li whon the spirit of toioranco was taking root In England and when tho America. It marked no policy different from that with which tho colony parliamentary party of tho Civil War started, and was duo as we bcllove to period was dominant In English poli- It la Style That Counts, Declares a dillaqua can easily bo Imagined. It Is Veteran Preacher of This possible for n million peoplo to view Gospel. Cadillaqua races nnd without any the charge. The entire program for CadilThere la now In this city, as a laqua week Is absolutely freo of all adono of the most energetic and mission fees. enthusiastic workers for more beautl- Tho featuro motorboat race will bo a tul surroundings that tho Middle West forty mile championship event open to bas known, says the Los Angeles nil comers. Besides the Kitty ITawk rimes. Although now four score years nnd Reliance, the Gretcbcn II., Dixie, along life's highway, C. S. Harrison Jr., Intruder nnd other boats of nation- 9f York, Neb., Is still spreading the al fame havo been entered. An Inter- (gospel of home and community beau national tone Is expected to be given ty and righteousness. Before the to the Cadillaqua races by the entrance writer lies a recent Issue of the Omaha of sevcrnl European hydroplanes. Two Bee, In which this Bturdy old warrior days of the Cndlllnqua program will boldly puts forth his views on home find the speed boats tearing their surroundings, with all the vigor of twelve cylinder throats out In their expression characterizing his horticulspectacular races. July 23 and 25 will tural writings of many years ago, bo the power boat dates. when the writer used to peruse his articles on plant life In several of our I the world nt tho greatest speed erer known during a rnco on tho water. What the Cndlllaqua course will be when dozens of displacement boats nnd hydroplanes meet In tho races of Ca- HELPS I WEALTH CREATED BY BEAUTY entire street. Tho City of Venice Is, of course, without lawns; yet its ugliest streets are delightfully decorated with window boxes, and it Is known as the most beautiful city In the world. It is In the crowded portions ot the city that flowers are most needed. These flower boxes are restful, Inspiring and beautify the architecture of the buildings. These ornamental features, are within Iho. reach-- of a.!L UTe Tjoard", pdfnTTTiolTrfe'rtlllzerT aE3 plants are all Inexpensive. When you do the work yourself the cost Is prac- Detroit Shares Her Charms With the Rest of the World tically nothing. The boxes must be made to fit the windows, and If desired may be used indoors during the winter. One-Incholes sboul) be bored through the bottom ot the boxes to secure drainage and before filling the boxes with soil the holes should he covered with pieces of broken crock-crPlace zinc trays a little longer In size than the box under the box to prevent the water from defacing the sides of the buildings. To fasten on the window sill, set four screweyes and four feet of wire. All the commercial boxes have patented devices for fastening the boxes properly. h y. I ! I Landscape In Miniature. The Jnpanese landscape garden is purely a work ot art, constructed after a definite scheme and plan, ordered by fixed conventions every detail as much a matter of prearrangement as the strategy ot a military campaign. Like tho Japanoso painting, It alma to express the spirit, the soul, tne sen- tlment of a landscape; and while It Is conventional and the product ot arbitrary arrangement, It Is yet nature-nat- ure Idealized, tamed, trained and brought to the perfect scale and harmony. It Is j 22-2- ! a great landscape In miniature, often tho mere suggestion, the tm-- I prcsslon of some famous landscape ot the empire, but never the abject copy of any one natural scene. Bather It la an Idealization of some happy accident of naturo or an improvement on It. From Eliza Ituhamah Scldmore's "The Famous Gardens ot Kioto," in the Century. truth to say that religious toleration was not tho result ot either religious party. It certainly was not a inea-sur- o of tho Puritans nor was It a such. incasuro of tho Catholics as It Is best explained as a breaking ot the old religious conflict In the Interest ot economic and administrative unity. In this way tho strength ot tho religious controversy ot the sixteenth century was broken In most of tho countries of tho world. The iwllcy of the Calverts reminds iu much ot the policy ot Queen Elizabeth nnd of Henry IV of Franco, who placed tho statu abovo cither religious party. James It. BoborUon. All Citizens Interacted. Every legitimate local enterprise should have the hearty ot every loyal citizen. Mlddletowa Valley Register. A COMPLETE LINE Hardware. Paiati, Mowing Mackket. Farauaf Implements, Oil Stores, aad Greceriet tad Price. Right J. D. CLARKSTON MAIN STKJUtT. 0-- "' 'Call rnt -- Uak dcslro to havo a tho Proprlotor'8 successful colony as an economic ventho ture. The Protestants were progressive colonists and they could not be Bocured unleeo tolerance was granted. Nor does It acem at all probable that so chiowd a man ot affairs would havo undertaken to found a Catholic commonwealth at a time tics. Nor should we think of the Toleration Act ot Maryland as brought abou( by either religious party. Together with a code ot laws and a set of restrictions In regard to land holding It was verily railroaded thru the Assembly by tho Proprietor htm-til- t, by as we should say today, PALACE MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY All kinds of fresh and cured meats and lard. Fish, Oysters and Poultry in Season. All kinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries. PJtQMT BILIVIRV U. 1. ROBERTS, Prop. Page Six. sfowT'uncovcrcd THE CITIZEN. in (he sweetest of all tho awret tones of Ills voice, "Thcro's nothing you could bo but (ho Swnmp Angel." Tho girl laughed happily. Onco out of her sight Freckles ran every step of tho wny to tho cabin. Mrs. Duncan gnvo him n small bucket d of wntcr, cool from tho well. Ho lt In tho crook of his right arm nnd n Itasket tilled with bread and butter, cold meat, apple ploand pickles In his left hand. "Pickles nro kind o' cooling," said car-rle- July 25, 1912. HcforoTTcr nnd said H PROLOGUE. This romance of Freckles and, the Angel of the Limbcrlost is one of the moat novel, entertain. ing, wholesome and fascinating stories that have coma from the pen of an American author tn many years. The character, in this sylvan tale are-- : Freckles, a plucky waif who guards tho Limbcrlost timber leases and dreams of angels. - Tho Swamp Angel, in whom Freckles' sweetest dream FRECKLES IPsir(tBir COPYRIGHT. 1904. BY DOUDLEDAY. CO. ly. BUeTTup Jill tho mucklcirprnccs of the "Ai Ificedgc or tlio clearing ho came trail. out Into tho .bright moonlight, and It wns middle July. Tho bent of the thero snt McLean on his mnre. Frock-le- s last few days had dried up tho water hurried up (o him. about nnd through tho Limbcrlost, so "Is (hero (rouble?" be nskod anxious- that It wns posslblo to cross It on foot FARM PACE with the nifr Woman-- KhlfTIio TIuTo during the summer mentions. Mr father says I lenrn n lot mora than t do nt school, and Ret It straight. I never came within n smell of getting lost before. I thought,' nt first, It wns going to be horrid, but since I've found you, maybe It will be good fun after nil." CHAPTER VIII. THE MM) WOMAX. LLJ! tltECKLES was nmazed to hear excusing. "It was so In there. You couldn't be to benr It for hours and not bo moving. I can tnko you back around the trail almost to where If you were. Then you can get up In tho carriage, and I will go find the Bird Woman.' ,11' j Yotl 8ee, on somcthlng. hnfJ n Whon 8M0 gets a focus, nnd lies In tho she stays this long. It menns thatVT " "w " ao' - Freckles.lova and a home-tDuncan, head teamster of McLean's timber gang. The Bird Woman, who is tost relative. she parried. "A little," said Freckles. "Well, Mr. McLean said we'd probably And his son hero" "His son!" cried Freckles'. camera studies of birds "That's what he said. And that you would do anything you could for us. for a book. our Lord and Lady O'More, wftoj ind ,that we could trust you with you , trus ed But I would come from Ireland in quest of a , cot-lecti- ng weeds and water for hours, and tho un bakes her, nnd things crawl over her, nnd then somo one comes along i bpr bnl nwfly Jugt fls ghu hy, sho kills them. nll9 lt coaxe(i 1 melt, you won't go after her. She's probably blistered and half "ten up, but sho will never quit until she Is satisfied.' "Then lt will be safer to bo taking care of you," suggested Freckles. ' "Now you're talking Bense!" said the lumber angel. McLean, a member of a try to help your arm?" ho "May company, who befriends Freckles. asked. I moth-m- r Mrs. Duncan, who gives "Have you any Idea how lt hurts?" 1' u Up-w- es. - The Man of Affairs, brusque paging proud of you, isn't he? manner, but big of heart. "I don't know," answered the dared Wessner, a timber thief who Freckles. "He's so proud of you ho Is nil wants rascality made easy. welled up like tho toad In Aesop's Jack, a villain to whom Black If you have ever had an arm thought of repentance comes too hurt like this and can do anything, about you. Say, your father Is ram- late. (Continued from last weeks Issue) SYNOPSIS. FreeHes, m homl T bor. is hire JkMa UoLean to guard the expensive timber in the Limber lost from tlmbtt thieve. Freckle doee hi work faithfully, make friend with the bird and yearns to know on about nature. Ha Uvea with Mr. mad Mrs, Duncan. Ba reeolvaa to cat books and educate kfanaaU. Ba becomes Interested In a huta Mir of vultures and eeUa his bird friends hie "chickens." are Some of the trees he la ruardln worth 8.000 eaeh. rrecklee' books arrive. He recti tm aoallfrom Wesaner. Weanrttempt to bribe Freckle te betray hla truat, and Freckle whip him. McLean overbeara them and witness the He why, for pity sake do It!" She turned back her sleeve, holding out to Freckles an arm of palest cameo, Freckles unlocked his case nnd band aged the ugly, ragged wound. lie worked with trembling fingers and a face tense with earnestness. "Is lt feeling any better?" he asked. "Oh. It's well now!" cried the angel, "It doesn't hurt at all any more." Tialtad by ffh freckles honeatr save a precious tree. Mod tb nut of the vulture and a beautiful young iirL 1 MclAtn'l inn. frlrlM ancel" and help tb Bird .Woman In taking- - photograph, MeLaaa promise to adopt Freckle. ealla IVAtklAfl call btr "the "Did you arrange this?" she asked. "Yis," said Freckles simply. "Some one must come with" a big canvas and copy each side of lt," she aald. "I nover saw anything so beautiful, now I wish I might stay here With you I I will, somo day. If you will let me; but now, If you can spare the time, will you help me look for the carriage? If tho lllrd Woman comes back and finds me gone she will be almost distracted." "Did you come In on the west road?" asked Freckles. "I think so," she said. "Tho man who told the Bird Woman said that was the only place wbero tbo wires wcro down. We drove away in, and stumps and logs, it was dreadful-ov- er and In to tho hubs. I suppose you know, though. I should have stayed in the carriage, but I was so tired. I never dreamed of getting lost. I suspect Lwlll. get .scolded finely.- - L go to "Would I be knowing lt?" she mock"Well, you should see the swamps ot Michigan where they dump rattlers oat of the marl dredges three and four at a time." Freckles stood astounded. She did know. She was not in the least afraid. Bhe was depending ou a rattlesnake to live up to his share of the contract and rattle In time for her to move. Tho one characteristic an Irishman admires In a woman above all others is courage. Freckles worshiped, anew. He changed his tactics. "I'd be pleased to be receiving you at me front door," ho said, "but as you have arrived at the back, will you come In and be seated?" He waved toward a bench. The angel came Instantly, "Ob, how lovely nnd cool!" sho cried. As she moved across his room Free- kles had hard work to keep from falling on his knees, for they were very weak, and he was hard driven by an Impulse ed. worship. The tclvety tocch of her warm ana was tingling In Freckles' linger tips. Dainty laces and fino whlto stuffs peeped through her torn dress. There were beautiful rings on her fingers, Every article about ber was of the finest material and In excellent taste. There was the trembling Llmberlost guard In his coarse clothing, wltb his cotton rags and his old pall of swamp water. Freckles was sufficiently ac customed to contrasts to notice them ' and sufficiently fine to be hurt by them always. He lifted bis eyes to hers with a shadowy pain In them and found tbem of serene, unconscious purity. "We must go and find the carriage," said the angel, rising. Freckles led the way, sharply watching every step. lie went as near the log as be felt that he dared and with a little searching found the carriage. "This Is a shame!" said Freckles. "You'll never be coming here again." "Ob, yes, I shall I" said the angel. "Tho Dtrd Woman says that these birds stay over a month In tho nest and she would like to niako a picture every few days for seven or eight weeks perhaps." Freckles barely escaped crying out for Joy. "Then don't you ever bo torturing yourself and your horse to be coming in hero again," he Bald. "I'll show oa u way to dr,Te lmost to tno nest on the east trail, and then you can come around to my room and stay while the Bird Woman works. It's nearly always cool there, and there's comfortable seats nnd water." "Oh l Did you have drinking water there?" she cried. "I was never so thirsty or so hungry In my life, but I thought I wouldn't mention lt." "And I bad not tho wit to bo seeing!" walled Freckles. "I can be getting you a good drink in no time." lie turned to the trail. "Please wait a minute," called the angel. "What's your name? I want to think about you while you are gone." Frecklua smiled quizzically. "Freckles?" sho guessed, with a peal of laughter. "And mine Is" "I'm knowing yours," interrupted Freckles, "I dou't bcllevo you it?" asked tbo girl. "You won't be getting "Not until l'vo had least." It waJ Freckles' turn whipped off do. What Is angry?" tho water at to laugh. He hlblvfiOPpy Itraw hot "Thnt's what I wanted to nsk yotl," idea of direction nnd did not become snld (ho boss. "I stopped nt tho cabin completely lost In Its rank tnnglo ot to see you n mlnuto before I turned In, vegetation and bushes. and tht-- said you had como down Tho heat wns doing ono other thing here. You must not do It, Freckles." that wns bound to mako Freckles, ns Freckles stood combing tils fingers a good Irishman, shiver. As tho swale through Nellie's mane, nnd (ho dainty dried Us Inhabitants wcro seeking tho crendiro was twisting her head nround cooler depths of tho nwnmp. They Mrs. Duncan. The nngcl wns on her knees reach- to his enressos, uplie pushed bnrk bis liked neither the heat nor leaving the Into McLean's face. field mice, moles nnd young rabbits hat nnd looked ing for tho bucket ns ho ennio up. Ho saw "Ho drinking slow," ho cnuttoned "It's como to tho 'sleep with ono cyo of their chosen location. open,' sir. I'm not looking for any- them crossing tho trail every day ns MUCH PLEASURE FROM BEES her. thing to bo happening for a week or tho beat grew Intense. Tho rattlers g Freckles stood blinking in tho (wo, but It's Ihiii nd (o come, and soon. wcro sadly forgetting their manners, Care of s Extremely Fa- -, glory of her smile. prom(o keep me trust ns If clnatlng-t- o Many People and Re"Mcrcyl" sho cxclulmcd. "I think isedI'm nnd niosclf, I've tol'vo hero for they struck on no provocation you llvo whatever nnd didn't even rcmomlier turn Substantial Profit. I had Itest bo nntnlng you 'the angel' You to mostly until the gang comes. rnttlo nflerwnrd. Dally Freckles my guardian angrl." must bo knowing (lint, sir." s Uly B. F. I'lHLLira.) wns compelled lo drivo big "Yls," snld Freckles. "I look the "I'm nfrnld It's true. Freckles," said and btuo racers from the nests Beekeeping Is extremely fascinating character every day, but today most McLean. "And l'vo. decided to doublo of tils chickens. Often the terrified In tho ninlnrltv of neonln as a naatlme. emphatlcl" the guard until wo get here. It will "Angels don't go by looks," laughed only bo n few weeks now, nnd I'm so squalls of tho parent birds would (furnishing outdoor exerclso aa well aa nctlvlty tho girl. "Your father told us you had anxious for you that you must not bo reach him far down tho line, nnd he- Intimacy with nn insect whose study Hut ho told us why. left nlonc further. If nnytblng should would run to tlio rescua of tho hn !bns been n subject ot absorbing been scrapping. from tho earliest times. It has tho I'd gladly wear all your cuts and hapiM'ii to you. Freckles, lt would spoil bles. Ho saw tho nngcl when the carriage) bruises If I could do anything that ono of tho very dearest plnns of my turned from tho corduroy Into the would mako my father look as life." clearing. They stopped nt tho west an yours did. Ho strutted about Freckles heard with dismay (ho uuiruiivu lu iuu nwmiii, wiiuuik iuij proper. I never saw uny one look proposition to plnce n second gnnrd. hi in to procedo (hem down (ho trail, j prouder." "Oh! no, no, Mr. McLcnn." ho cried. "Did ho sny ho was proud of me?" "No( for (ho world! I wouldn't bo, hav- ns ho had told them It wns safest for j marveled Freckles. ing n stranger nround, scaring tno the horso that ho should do so. They. "He didn't need to," answered the birds nnd tramping up mo study nnd followed the vnst lino to n point the big chickens' tree, nnd Frecangel. "He was radiating pride from disturbing all me wnys for nny moneyl every pore." I nm all the guard you need! I will bo kles cnrrled In tlio cameras nnd showed Tho angel spread tho lunch on the faithful! I will turn over tho lease the Bird Woman n path ho hnd cleared carriage sent. .The daintiest pnrts she with no tree missing on mo life. I to tho log. They arranged that Freckles should could select she carefully put back Into will! Oh, don't bo sending another drivo tho carrlago Into tho cast cn-- , tbo basket. The 'rest she nte. As he man to set them saying I turned cow-nrnnd nsked for help. It will Just franco In tho shado nnd then tnko tbo watched her with famished eyes Freckles told her of his birds, (lowers kill the honor of mo heart If you do horso nround toward tho north to n It. The only thing I want Is another better plnco he knew. Then ho wns' and books. to entcrtnln tbo nngel nt his study or Suddenly tho nngel cried, "There gun." finMcLcnn handed n shining big revol- on tho lino until tho Blnl Woman comes tho Hlrd Woman'" ished her work nnd camo to them. She was staggering under n load of ver down to Freckles, who slipped It Freckles trod on air, for tils dream cameras nnd paraphernalia. Freckles beside the ono already In his belt. "Freckles." he snld at Inst, "wo never hnd como true so soon. He wns going took nil he could carry and helped her know II10 timber of a man's soul until down the tlmberllno and tho nngel wns Into the enrringc. following lilm. He nsked to bo excused Soon they wcro out of the swamp. something cuts Into 111 in deeply nnd for going first, becnuso ho wanted to Then he showed them how to reach brings the grnln out strong. You've be sure tho trail wns safo for her. Good Location for Apiary. chicken tree from the outside, In- the making of n mighty fine pleco of tho furniture, my boy, and you shall have She laughed at his fears, telllim him advnntage of being a recreation which dicated n cooler place for tho horse that It was the pollto thing for him to pays Its own way and often produces nnd told them how tho next time they your own way theso few weeks yet. do anyway. Then If you will go I nm going to take no mean profit. came tho angel could find Ills room "Oh." said Freckles, "so you was you to the city and educato you, and Tho location of the hives Is a matter while sho waited. you nre to be my son, my Ind my own after knowing that? Well. I didn't of considerable Importance. A a rulo "Were yon forgetting Little Chicks'poso you did, and I was afraid you'd lt Is better for hive to faco nway en's picture?" Freckles nsked the Hlrd son!" Freckles twisted his fingers In Nel- think mo wanting In respect to be from the prevailing wind and bo pro Woman. 'YiL ,MT iriwiriiru. uufii iwaii ih iifii 'tected from high winds. In the north,"Why do you cnll the baby vulture lie's mane to steady himself. .a jvt "Hut why should you bo doing; that desirable. It Is advls'Little Chicken?'" she nsked. cntight the Irrepressible glcnm of Irish a "ou,n loP buiu iur iiven iu uu u iiiaccu iubi iiit- "'Twas Duncan began It," said Mr?" he faltered. arm down about the fun In McLean slid his sun will strlko them early In tho morn- Freckles. "You see. through tho fierce eatlii boy's shoulders and gathered him closo ! ,th cold of winter the birds of (he swnmp realize how ho was,"1; , Freckles did not ",p u"' " ' "u, wcro almost starving. It Is mighty to htm. morning. He showed "Because I love you. Freckles." he tnlklng that lonely here, nnd they were all the commany of the beautiful nests nnd 0EB,ltage by getting (he first supply pany I was having. I got-t- o carrying Jald simply. the line. Sho could Identify n num nectar. It Is also advantageous to McLean tightened his clnsp n second of hotscraps nnd grnln down (o (hem. Duntier of them, but of some she was Igno- bavo tho hives shaded during the can was (hat glnerous ho was giving longer, then ho mlo nway down the rant, so they made notes of tho num. test part of the day, so that the bees mo of hit wheat and corn from lilt trail. ber and color of tlio eggs, materlnl nnd will not bang out In front of tho hlvo Freckles lifted his hat and faced tbo construction of nest, color, size and Instead of working. They should be to chickens' feed, nnd he called tho birds mo swnmp chickens. Then when sky. The harvest moon looked down, shapo of the birds and went on to look placed that the bees will not provo a or disturb llvo nuisance to paisers-bthese big black fellows came. Mr. Mc sheeting (he swamp In stiver glory. tbem up In tho book. Lean said they were our nearest kind The Llmberlost sang her night song. At his room, when Freckles had lift- stock. Tbl latter precaution may beekeeper considerable to some in the old world that they The swale softly rustled In thu wind. ed the overhanging bushes and stepped savo the called 'Pharoah's Chickens.' nnd he Winged things of night brushed his back for her to enter, his heart was all fnce. nnd still Freckles gazed upward, out of time nnd place. The angel drew called mine 'Freckles' Chickens.' " "Good enough!" cried tho Hlrd Wo- trying to fathom these things which a deep breath and stood staring, first man. "You must shoot something for had come to him. To one nbovo the at one side, then at another, then far them occasionally, and I'll bring more sky he mnt make acknowledgment p off down tho cathedral aisle. "It'si . a u His Hps moved Just fairyland!" she cried ecstatically. food when I come. If you will help for these miracles. me keep them until I get my series, I'll and he began softly: Then she turned and stared at Freckles "Thnnk you for each separate good exactly ns she hnd nt Ills handiwork. glvo you n copy of each study I mnke, I thing that has come to me." ho said, mounted In a book." "What are you planning to be?" shot "I'll be doing mo very best," prom- "and. above all. for the falling of the nsked slowly. feather for If it didn't really fall from "Whatever Mr. McLean wants m! ised the hoy, and from tbo deeps b an angel its falling brought an angel, to," he replied. It. meant (ContlnueJ next week.) "I wonder If that other egg Is going and If it's in tht great heart of you tol to batch?" mused the DIrd Woman. exercise yourself any further about BEST ROADS IN THE WORLD. "I am afraid not It should have been me, oh, do please to bo taking good out today. Isn'vlt a beauty? I never care of her!" a . The SpUndid 8yUm In Franc That saw either an egg or tho young before. Ha Brought This About They are-rar- e this far north." CHAPTER IX. In France, where they havo (he best "So Mr. McLean said," answered a riaiiT with bcllcts. roads of any country tn the world, tho Freckles. aro divided Into several II KN Freckles crossed Sleepy highway The Bird Woman gave him ber band but all of tbem are supervised Snake creek and (he goldfinch, at parting, and Freckles joyfully real waiting as ever, challenged, by tbo national government, which ized that here was going to be another nnd "See me?" ho saw the dainty, maintains a bureau of road person for him to love. Freckles A, Feeder set In collar under hive for the couldn't remember, after they had swaying grace of the angel Instead. bridge and supports, a school Inspect-o- r body, B, Division board feeder to be Is a man to do wltb an angel education of the engineer and driven away, that they bad even no What hung In hive In place of frame. who are employed In the bureau. tlced bis missing hand, and for the who dismembers herself nnd scatters building and mainThis method of trouble, for bets sometimes prove danfirst tlmo la his llfo bo bad forgot over a whole swnmp, thrusting a vivid taining roada In Franco was started by gerous, especially to horses. reminder upon blur nt every turn? ten lt the first Napoleon, who appears to The plot on which tho hives art) When tbo Hlrd Woman and the an "You needn't be thinking," ho said havo been tbo earliest European states- placed should bo kept free from weeds, gel were well on the homo road the to tbo goldfinch, "that because I'm man who clearly uw the economic especially In front ot the entrances. angel told of the little corner of paraof proper highways and who The grass may ba cut with a lawn dise Into which sho had strayed and coming down this lino alone day after dny It's always to bo so. Some ot at the same time had tho power to car- mower, but It will often be found more of ber new name. "Did you know Mr. McLean bad a these days you'll bo swinging on tbl ry out what he wished. The effect of convenient and aa efficient to pasture son?" asked the angel. "Isn't the little wire, and you'll seo mo coming, and theso good roads In Franco has been one or more bead of, sheep tn the accent he has and tho way he twists you'll swing, skip and flirt yourself wonderful. They have brought all of apiary lnclosure. The hives should be a sentence too dear? And, isn't lt too around and chip up right spunky, the various pnrts of tho country nearer far enough apart to permit ot freo old fashioned and funny to hear him 'See mo?' I'll be saying 'Seo yon? See together, they havo mado country life manipulation. If hives are too close berl' You'll look, and thero she'll less lonesome, and they havo reduced together thero Is dancer of bees en- call his father mister?' of "It sounds too good to be true," said stand. The sunshine, won't look gold tho cost to a transportation of country iettnK tne wronK njTe on returning, mlulmum. Franco Is the TheM condition, which may bo the Bird Woman, answering the last any more, nor the roses pink, nor the produce country In Europe where tha agrl- - ,dercd aa ideal, need not all bo fob question first. "I am so (Ired with sky blue, because she'll be tbo pinkest theso present day young men that bluest, goldest thing of all. You'll be cultural classes nro not dissatisfied ( iowed, when necessary bees may b the baeJt part c patronizingly call their fathers 'dad,' yelling yourself hoarso with the Jeal- and where they do not feel that they- kept on nou,e topi tt,8 woods, or In many 'governor,' 'old man' and 'old chap' ousy of her. The saw bird will stretch have a harder time thnn tho who la- cty otii other place where the ideal condition that tho boy's, attitude of respect and his neck out of Joint, and she'll turn bor in other fields. flowers. Wherevare not found. As a matter of fact, deference struck me as being as fine the heads of all tbogo back afterward few apiaries are perfectly located; Work In Alabama. as silk. There must be something rare er sho goes I can and seo the things sho's seen, walk Mobile county, Ala., Is preparing to nevertheless the location should be about that young man." the pnth she's walked, hear the Bat she did not find lt necessary to es whispering over all tbo thingsgrass- surfaco 100,000 yards of road wltb carefully planned, especially when a she's chert, clay, gravel and oyster shells. large number of colonies aro kept pritell the angel that for several years said, and If tbere'sa place too swampy marily for profit she had known the man who so proudly proclaimed himself Freckles' fa(ber for her bits of feet, maybe maybo to bo a bachelor and a Scotchman. she'd bo putting tbo beautiful arms Danger In the Hay Fork. Good road will ereaU a happUr The Bird Woman had a flno way of of ber about mo neck and letting mo Never throw down tbo forks In any condition of the people and make attending strictly to her own business. carry ber overl" old place for tho stock to step on. this an Ideal country to live In. Freckles shivered as with a chill. Freckles turned back to the trail, but Nail a strip of board across tho cornet topped at every wild brier and looked Ho sent tbo cudgel whirling skyward, In some bandy placo, and stand all tbe Fifty yeare ago there wae an pink satin of the petals. She dextrously caught 'It and set It spinat the excuse for bad roads, for the forks behind lt. Then you know world, and better than ning. was not of his country wae poor, but there la where to find them, and nothing can "Maybe abo'll be wanting the cap might be any other he knew It; but she not much excuse now. run against them or step on tbera. mo blue and brown chickens raised bis nngel, and ho was dreaming of will The naught but blind, silent worship, no their babies in. If there's nny feathers A Most Valuable Tool. 'st long a roada work never be good In o Is left to the the finished the happiest day of his life, falling that dny, why, it's from tho The manure spreader should bo tb dividual to work whn and how and that night bo went back to the wings of mo chickens It's sure to be, most generally ued tool on tbo farm, he plea. Bwamp as If drawn by a magnet. That for the only angel outsldo tho gates but this la no reason why It should tx try for his revenge he will bo walking this tlmberllne, and Wessner would left unprotected In the storms and W ned more education of knew. That ho would bo abetted by every step of tho way I'll bo holding wintered In thoenow bank. A shed local authorities a to the applimo breath and praying that she don't Black Jack was almost certain, but cation of local matarlala and to for the spreader would bo tbe bsl wings and sail off before tho unfold fear bad fled the happy heart of Freckproper method of road work. economy. les. Ho bad kept bis trust. He bad hungry eyes of me." ( When tbo week was up Freckles bad won the respect of tho boss. Nobody Every state ehould enact unl- - s Sowing Radish 8eds. . could ever wipe from bis heart the bis room crisp and glowing with fresh ana proviae ier a x z Bow radish seeds In tbo same row ivrm ruau eyetem of regulation to be X with slow germinating seeds. The) holy adoration that bad welled living things that rivaled every tint flood of ralnjjow. IJecptrltil barkand followed by local road offiolala. nrj with the. will come up In a few days and mark the rows for cultivation. In nlmost nny direction If one hnd nny BEE Honey-Makar- AND dax-xlln- black-snake- pea-cock- y opt-slt- I d ., her'" " , 1 U.. i I cla, J ( con-onl- y 1 comlng-Of-bls.ang- tt tL iM July 25, 1912. THE CITIZEN Page Seven. MOMnONAL SUNMTSOiOOL LESSON (Of E. O. BKM.KIIB, Dlraotor of Department, The Mood? Dlble Institute of Chicago.) Et-nine" Success in i SoulWinning By Rev. In America We Are Neglectful of Our Old People By Dr. 1. L. BE RE A Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YQUNG PEOPLE Of THE MOUNTAINS What Ar Your Talent? What Are Your Aims? Berea Has tha Training That Is W. H. Pope, W J Mm MdrBbb NASCHER, Lecturer, of New York LESSON FOR JULY 28 THE WHEAT AND THE TARES. Three Things to Remsmbsr. Ilemember that the' Son of man came to seek and save that which was lost. It was not to found a church, or to establish a creed, or to teach I. tars, barn." up flrit tha OOl.DEN TKXT-"(liit- her and bind them In bundles to burn (limi but gathsr the wheat Into my MML I.KHHON TKXT-Matth- aw U:H-J0- ; E NEGLECT OUR OLD PEOPLE. Wo don't moan to do it, but wo havo got into tho habit of thinking of thorn as laid on tho shelf, and wo do not try to tako them off tho shelf. But Far YOU. Are you not far advanced? Then enter the FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Kdwards, Superintendent, Here TV will be placed with others like yourself, under a special teacher, and make most rapid progress. Tou will master Arlthmstlo and ths eommea branches and be ready to use them. You will have stnglng, drawing, fans and household management, and free One year la tb Fona datlon School costs less than $90 and Is worth $1,000. Are you aiming to be a teacher? Thea Join the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Here you will M trained that you will fear no examlnaUen, and you will be taught hew teach. The demand for Berea trained teaohers far exceeds the supply, Are you Interested la earning money? THE VOCATIONAL 8CH00L8, Miles K. Marsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Course, Eta. Here you soon double your earning power, and learn to eajoy total Uxt-bookBook-llidln- 1J:. The thirteenth chapter of Mat tbew'e gospel i the great kingdom chapter of the Mole. Saren parables la thli chapter gits ua each of aevea aspects or application! of the principle of the kingdom. In thli lesson we aro taught tho mixed character of the kingdom and alio of tho ultimate eparatlon of two classes of which It la compoaed. "A man," v. 24, goo out to low good seed In hla field. Tbla man wo are told In r. 37. la the Son of Man, and elaewhere that the field la the world, the hearta of men. Then followed the propagating atage, that period over which man hag no con trot. During thla period while men ate and slept awaiting the time for cultivation and of harvest, the enomr of men's aoula came and aowod tares, the common darnel which so closely resemhlca wheat In Its earliest stages. After this propagating period had passed the man and his servants went out one day to find In their field evidence) that another had also sown eod. The test of every llfo Is the fruit produced. During these earlier stages the tares had looked ao nearly llko the wheat as not to be roadlly distinguished, but now that tho harvest tttno approaches the dlfferenco la all too evident. It la algnlflcant from this parnble that no blame la laid upon the servants that they should have allowed the two to grow up during this first atage. Surprise, anger and disappointment stirred the hoarts of the servants when they discovered the mixed character of the approaching harvest. The master, however, clears them of all blame, for, said he, "Our enemy hath done thla." Not an enemy, as the King James version baa It Satan Is ubiquitous, but the Son of Ood Is greater than ho, aee I. Peter 8:22. der that they might be saved. Furthermore men are Just as completely lost now as they were then. Civilization has done away with some of tho cruelty and barbarism In tho world, but human nature Is precisely the same today as It was 2,000 years ago. It Is thoroughly selfish and sinful, nnd nothing but tho grace of God can make It otherwise. (John 8.18, 19; I Cor. 2:14; Kph. 4:18.) No matter how amiable and honorable and a man may bo, without Christ he Is lost and needs to bo saved. "Ho that hath the Son hath llfo, and ho that bath not the Son of God hath not life;" that is, ho Is public-spirited IN THIS COUNTRY HAVE STUDIED MOREOVER, PHY8ICIANS EVERY PHASE OF LIFE WITH CARE EXCEPT OLD AQE. FOR good morals. He came to die for THIRTY YEAR8 NOT A SINGLE BOOK HA8 BEEN PUBLISHED IN men's sins In or- AMERICA DEALING WITH THE AILMENT8 OF OLD PEOPLE. Wo havo studied with all possiblo caro tho diseases peculiar to other periods, and wo havo dovotod a great deal of attention to tho li subject of tho prevention of discaso, but NOTHING HAS BEEN DONE toward finding out just what aro tho processes through which tho body passes as it grows oldor and what can bo dono to rotard thoso processes, for that THEY CAN BE RETARDED I havo no man ncr of doubt. You can't mako an old man young, but you" can REJDYENATE things ln a superior manner. ITEM to a considorablo oxtent. If ho is soventy-fivyou can't mako two Are you desiring the next best thing to a College Course? Thea tab years or three years In the him forty-fivbut you can mako him feol so, and tho way to do it is GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Mathsny, Desn. Tva partly through tho MIND, partly through tho BODY. years, or three years, ln such practical studies as will fit yon for aa hone o . . INTENSIVE FARMING . North Carolina Boys Teach a Lesson in Corn Culture obtained the same results tho boys averaged, on tho present acreage, tho Increased yield of corn would have added $100,000,000 last year to tho wealth of ho state, or about twice tho farm vnluo of hor record crop of cotton. These North Carolina bsys havo shown that by scientific methods their corn crop can be more than trebled, What would it mean to the stato It similar methods were applied to Its cotton and other crops. Tho Minnesota Experiment Farm has demonstrated that tho yield of wheat can bo doubled, and In every statu of tho Union the farmers aro walking on untold millions because Uiey do not know how to unlock tho secrets of nature, liut to tho farmer of tho future theso things will be no mystery. Ills scientific education will enable lihn to doublo and perhaps treble tho yields, and add Immeasurably to tho country's pros- lierlty. Lexington Herald from Wall and St. Journal. th Parables He Taught. If the servants had sought to uproot tho tares they would In all likely-hoo- d have dono more damage than good, though this does not Imply any conflict with Jems' words as found In Matthew 6:29, 30. The soed had the name environment and In God's good time the separation abould take place, bo "let both grow together" until both Then he will say ho fully developed. to tho reapers, gather first tho tares nnd burn them, but gather the wheat Into my barn. Notice tho tares did ijkn i.iept vniv Tmi intn h.a like. Gather Into bundles Is the command. If we aln together, we must expect to suffer together. Tim wheat was ripe for full salvation, blessing and a further usefulness, while tho tares were ripe only for destruction. After teaching those parables, of which this I. but one. Jesus sent the Multitude away and more fully and ' completely taught hi. disciple, the, Inner meaning of thl. parable. The field Is the .world, and If wo ask W tho shall havo .1 heathen for our Inherit-., ,0TT.JI?.ei. hTm?V me. ccnoid, I cannot speak; for I am a child." nut tho Lord said unto him. "Say not, I am a child, for thou shalt go to all that I shall send thee, and wuBisoever x commana tnee tnou spiritually dead. There aro still some pooplo who II. Ilemember that tho Lord Jesus do not believe that tho coming farmwill savo somo souls through you It er needs a courao Jn an agricultural you will cooperate with him. You college or that stale agricultural havo some gifts and more or less Intho aro any benefit to fluence. If you will consecrate your elfin and infliiencn to thn uprrlrn of people. Here nro a few facts to tho Christ, ho will certainly uso them to contrary: North Carolina does not win some of your friends to himself. rateo enough corn for domestic con- While Jesus was In the world he was sumption. Lately, an energetic State tho light of tho world, but now that he Denartment of Agriculture began en- has gone, "Ye are the light of the couraglng tho boys' corn clubs, whero- wur.a, ana your mission is w so , each b Js ,cdgcd to ralco ono shlno as to guldo others out of dark- - ' . 8C cntlflc lBstr"c-II- I. ' ,corn, nes. Into the marvelous light of God. partnvnt now repoua Ilemember that Jesus will fur-- tlon- nlsh all tho equipment you need. Do tllat laBt aoaoon 2til boys In 65 coun-yo- u lack wisdom? "I will give you a ties of tho stato averaged G7.C3 and wisdom which all your ad-- els of corn per acre, at an average versartes shall not bo able to gainsay co$t of lwa than 30 centa a bushel, or resist." Do you lack courage? "lie ; wj,h0 ono 0 them produced 19G.5 atrong and of a good courage; be not UgheU on ono acro of of dry un iuuu UIBIIIMCU fix ground. nisaiu. the Lord thy God Is with thee whtth- 1110 "vcrngo oi uio larmers iur iuu ersoever thou goest." (Josh. 1:9.) Do n3t 'ear. according to tno u. you lack power? "All power Is given unto mo In heaven and earth." (Matt S. Department of Agriculture was Do you lack faith? 28:18.) "The 18.4 bushels, and for tho past decado life which I now live In tho flesh, I it averages less than that. live ny tne lann or tne Hon or God. TuU lueans that If tho farmers able and useful life. Tou select your studies from such as these: FfcyM ology the science ot health; Civics the science ot government) Orammav the art ot correct speech and Ethics the science of right and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence)' Botany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every ladyi Physio- the science ot machinery; Drawing, Bookkseplng. etc., etc Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start in the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Franels E. Matheny, Dean. Best training in Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. Tb Academy has Its own s and Men's Dormitory, and a Urge bote ef student of high character and ability, able instructors, aa4 us at 0 legs Library and apparatus. letter-writinclass-room- Berea College DR. CHAS. F. HUBBARD, Dean .,,,. bush-mou- 1 abovo sohools. The College itself stands apart fresa all the other sohools under its saa agement and has long maintained the highest standards known in the South. To oontonn to the Carnegie standards we have diminished our former requirements! Required and elootlvo studies with opportunity to ooBcentrai In partloular lines. Latest college library la Kentucky. LaboratOffeo equipped for student fraoUco. Courses leading' to tho digress of JL E. 8, B. and B. Pod. MUSIC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Voleo Culture. Piano, Thee, Band, may bo taken for special fees in connection with work ta say ot U I, a Questions Answered Berea, Friend ef Working Students. Bores College, with its sJMlfttef schools, is not a money-makinInstitution. It requires certain foes, hot It expends many, thousands ot dollars eaoh year for the benefit ef Ks sts dents, giving' highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for studeaU to earn and save la every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protoal tho charaoter and reputation ot the young people. vOur students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and ImpVove. For any who snajr bo sick tho College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All ezospt those with parents in Berea Uve In College buildings, and assist in work ot boarding ball, farm and shops, receiving valuable train ing, and getting pay according to tho value ot their labor. Except ln winter it Is expected that all will bare a ehano to earn a part of their e penaeo. write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, eta, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our cllaaat is tho host but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm wraas and inderolothlng, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. Tho tlve Store furnishes books, toilet arUoles, work uniforms, umbrella a&t g st. "mH fnned I by Ecfcmtlfio methods. "halt speak.' Inexperience and Inability amount to no'n'ns In tho face of tho Mastor'a me. ana i commBnu' m nak jou fishers of men." Ilemeraber that all your PIGS ARE SECRET OF SUCCESS IN MAKING SWINE PROFITABLE Little Carelessness and Lack of Skill at Farrowing Time and During Early Growth of Youngsters May RmuIC ln Loss of Large Percentage of Litter and Stunting of More. " 'ow 'wh Thlnoe to Do. ' f JV.?i 1 V i7 j!.".0' T ln m ,f , H. Tho a rule, nro peoplo who havo been good seed are tho sons of tho king bending all their energies In ono direcdom, but the tares aro the sons (chil- tion for many years. Why not dren) of the evil one. Iloth tho sons Christians set tho winningshouldsouls of f tho good and the s6ns of the bad before them as a definite purpose In grow from, and develop out of seed, life? And who Is thero who could not, kingdom from the .V VSCuJs tho sons of the u Yin succeed If he would put the same good seed. amount of thought and Interest Into We must remember the three les- It that he does Into his business? No son, we have been studying. The one expects to succeed ln business first concerned the nature of tho seed without toll and patience and sacrl-- ' and the toll; the second deals with nce the mystery of tho growth and dovol IT. Cultivate a passion for souls. opment of the kingdom, whereas this David Dralnerd, whose biography lesson has to do with the mixed. ought to be read often by every Chris-tlan worker, used to say: "I care not World the Field. where I go, nor what hardships I en As the Psalmist puta It (1:5), "The dure. If I can only see souls saved. Ungodly shall not stand la the JuJg-mea- All I think of by day and dream ot A Money Making Bunch. s by night Is the conversion ot men." e. g., baa no standing, nor (abide) ln the congregation o( Often he would go out Into the for- (By PROF. EL J. IDDINOS, Idaho Ex- should be fed ln addition. A palatable periment Station.) mixture for this purpose Is four, parts and kneel down In the righteous." It Is not our place est In The profits ot a successful bog man shorts, two parts corn and one part to gather the tares Into bundles. God the snow and wreatle In prayer until Wr uPn hla success ln raising tankage. It corn is not available, will send forth reapers (v. SO) and his his clothing was wet with perspiration..' Pe, ground wheat, sifted ground oats or night pl- - ,No mUer D0W Wel1 tn fearers are the angels (r. 39). The Many a time he spent the whole among1 now field peas may replace the corn. Both ma' hftVa been tact Is we are here warned against in prayer for the poor Indians entlon may have sows and pigs should havo the run of useless or profitless aotlvlty. Ours la whom ho labored, and In almost every much caro "nd to sow the right seed and then stand such Instance, one will And In hls!bo,n btW8l uPn them, a little alfalfa, clover, rape, oats and Peas, or h other pasture. The object to be seback and let God work. Wn are not diary two or three days after soma carelessness and lack of skill at entry as this: 'Today as I row,a- - time and during the early cured with the pigs, is to train them to oven responsible for any procers o( ' WMk 01 he P,' 6wth may result depend on prepared feeds to a large Reparation, for Ood will take care ol preached the word, the power of Ood his own, and In hi. own time will came down upon those stolid, Immov ' ,n tne 'ss of a large percentage ot the extent before weaning time. Weaning time la from six to twelve and forth his reapers who will do able Indians, and melted and broke m,rs n(1 the stunting of many more, what we would make sorry work their hearts, and swept them Into ths Warmth and protection during the weeks. If the sows are to be rebred nr,t few days and sufficient amount at once, the pigs should be weaned at ot attempting to do. How often kingdom by scores." III. Begin and continue all your ot nutritious feeds and fresh air and eight or nine weeks ot age. If one we see men zealously attempting the separation process during the propa. work with prayer. Pray for all men. P,enty of sunshine later on. make for litter per year only is planned, the pigs gating and developing period, only to (I Tim. 2:1-4"I exhort, therefore Kowthy pigs that bring profits to the may be allowed to run with the sow ur, until twelve or fourteen weeks ot age. uproot the wheat with the darnel, that prayers, Intercessions, and giving ' . If from a dam and a After weaning, plenty ot Evil, we are clearly shown, will not of thanks be made for all men." One gradually disappear from the world, advantage for praying daily for each healthy strain ot animals the pigs rare- fresh pasture, and a grain rotation ln but ou the contrary It will grow, de- man, woman and child on the face ot ly need attention at farrowing time. A addition, are necessary for best results. velop and bear along beside the wheat the earth is, that you never meet a quiet sow does not object to the pres- In no case will It be found advisable until "the banresL" After the harvest person whom you bar not prayed for, ence of the herdsman, and weak pigs to expect pigs to make profitable can be helped to suck without Irritat- growth on pasture alone. At the age It will bo all too clear which Is good and many times. It is a good plan to make a Hit oi ing the sow. Nervous sows are often ot weaning, the pig should be making nd which Is bad. The language ot Jesus Is graphic "cast and fling" ex half a dosen of more persons in whom best let alone. In very cold weather very rapid and his most profitable you are especially interested, and some artificial heat may be necessary growth. It takes fifty per oonL more press Indignation and contempt; feed to put a pound ot gain on a 160- of lire" denotes the fierceness ot make them an object of dally Inter- in the farrowing pen. the torment ot punishment, and the cession, at the same time looking for At three or four weeks ot age the pound pig than ta put a pound on one ds, and 83 per "gnashing of teeth" and the "walling" their conversion. A Sunday school pig will begin to pay attention to bis weighing forty pig. la a terrible picture ot anguish and teacher who began praying for bis mother's feed. This is to be encour- cent, more feed LPW a while young on despair. Aa against this, be tells us class bad the pleasure of seeing elev- aged, and as soon as the pigs are eat- Keep the pigs It Ithat the righteous shall shine forth en young men converted in a few ing well, a creep to a pig feeding lot pasture and diillJen by products, iplemented with a weeks. abould be provided. Bklm mllk is the available, always tree from all cloud or shadow. standard pig feed, but some grain grain ration, S wTd a. Y.rt ., 1 Ta f , may be. Tne men who nccuraulato fortunes, w"' do, hh?? f0 Ke"ra"r V"0" !uccc,'nr! t?'. 1 'Xf ' "!" A0,nntf' lHBBBBBBBBaBBpsaaajsp other nsoessary artleles at cost. LIVINQ EXPENSES are really below cost. The College asks ao rosw for the fine buildings ln which students lire, oharglng only enough roosa rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and waahlng of bedding as4 towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, ln the faU, and $1.60 ln winter. For furnlahed room, with fuel, lights, washing ot beeV ding, 40 to 60 cents for each peraon. 8CHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for return ot room key, library books, etc This Is paid but once, and Is returnst when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fes' to help on expenses for care of school buUo Ings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services Of teaohers all our Instruction Is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students Is $6.00 a term. $1.00 la Academy and Normal, and $?.00 la OoU glate oouraes. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and roosa refit saV tho term, board by tho halt term. Installments are aa follows! PALI, TKRM VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL Incidental Pee coLLiaa I 7.00 Room Hoard, 7 weeks 5.00 5.60 9 45 1911 I 6.00 7.00 9 45 9 45 945 1 Amount due Sept. 11, 1)11 Board 7 weeks, due Oct. jo. ... I'oos 94s t'i 45 9 45 J.90 038.40 1 aln-ner- mid-wint- Total for terra r) 50 fgtf.OU If paid In advance . . . . WINTBR TBRM Incidental Pee f spo 6.00 Room Hoard, 6 weeka 900 Amount due January 1, 1911 fio 00 Board for 6 weeks, due Feb. it, 1913 9.00 Total for term If paid In advance incidental Pee Board, Room S31.40 I 6.00 7- - 111 70 7 9 00 9.00 9.00 fjt.SO 9 00 I ms1 .... 28.00 4 t") Ijl.M 30.70 6.00 31.70 I 7.00 500 675 HJ.75 t5-- ftl.M STRING TKRM $500 67 j weeks 00 500 H7.7S IJ4.JO far-suc- Amount due March 6, 191 j Board J weeks, due Apr. J, 191). . . Total for term S15 7S 6 75 It paid In advance SXS.0O in 50 Fall MS.00 SIS. OO Special Expenses Business. SP'titt 10.00 10 00 I .) skim-mllk- H'ioter 1.00 Stenography and Typewriting l4oo 1 u.oo 14 00 Bookkeeplog (regular course) 6.00 7- Bookkeeping (brief course) Business course studies for students In other departments: . 9 00 10.50 6tenogiaphy Typewriting, with one hour's use 6.00 7 of instrument Commercial Law. Commercial Geography. Commercial Arithmetic or Penmanship, each In no case will special Business Pees escefl I15.00 per term. )6oo 3600 19.00 500 73" 5.00 I.JO 17.00 ll 00 3 40 .... .... lb Plan Now, Come September 11th d "fur-taac- d 7011111,' man or youtiB woman can got an education at Anv Berea if thero Is tho will to do so. It is a irrent advantage to start In the fall and liaro a full year 01 ..nllnniMia Miiv v.uinir ntionlit waste time ill tllo tiubllo SOllOOM va ,7 " WVIIIvlMWUiia utiwlv """O I going over and over the same things, when they might be improving much faster by coming to lleroa and starting In on now studies with some of the best young men and women from otlior eountles and states. Make your plans to oonie on September 11. For Information or friendly advice write to taelSecretary, able-bodies D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. ly visited tho former's father-in-laHughe, of Orconhnll, Sunday. 'Mr. Hays, tho foreman at tho stave mill, has completed his work at this piece nnd will move his mill to Whlto Oak, this week Owing to tho long continued w'et spell the people enn't get to work their corn, B, Brewer L. has red clover that measures G fret 3 Inches in M. (.'. ' July 25, 191a. 'Mrs. n, Iccn visiting her grandmother, East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else totturoidtaM tmMiibf li not lot pobllollon, bat Do tnltli litf4 In lull tjr lie writer. The tirre n irldexe of fori filth. Write plainly. A. D. Hall of Manchester Is ho-on business. Jas. Necley of Sturgoon visited the '.Masonic lodgo here, Sat- THE FOOT OF DEATH height. TliUIN This la tho foot of a housefly greatly enlarged. It places typhoid and other deadly germs la the food of man. SWAT THE FLY! JACKSON COUNTY . tyni:u Tyner, July 21. Mies Lucy Bowles begun her school at this place last Monday with 42 In attendance. S. D. Klco was fined fifty dollars for bhootlng on tho public highway. Frank and Fred Jones have returned from College 11111, where they hao been to visit their sister, Mrs. Griggs. Lialley Simpson is visiting his children In Louisville and I'lnknrd for the rest of tho summer. Born to Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Moore, a 9 pound boy on tho lltli. Ilia name Is Robert Elwood. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Hence 15th, Brumback, a girl on tho Halllo Turin, July 19. Born to tho Ilcv. urday. E. 1". Young and wife, a girl, on the III'IINI.NO M'ltl.NClS ith. Frank Absluir, a former cltliia Our of this place, died very suddenly on Burning Springs, July IS. tchool opened last Monday with tho tho 17th, at his homo at Buckhoru. usual great lntcrset manifested by Ills body was brought to Boonvelllo the large attendance) of pupils and for burial, scrvlcec wero conducted tiarents. Mr. S. B. Webb, our faith- - nt the M. 13. Church by tho Itcv. 1. .. . .. t ma (hPn la.iotnA u. .. .1 ...I.Ia uu K, immey nnd nt the gnivo by the early to see that ovcrythlng wns In MaEonlo pratcinlty. Married on the order to begin a successnu years Hth, Miss Effio Trxadwny to i.ir In- ork. He, as well as others, gave Duiey Wlsou. They left Immediate terestlng addresses encouraging ami., 0 the oxcuri!on tran for Katura, Inspiring tho boys and girls to do Bridge. Miss Llllle Estep Is vlslt- t their liost this term. (Mrs. J. ilng In 'Madison and Clark Counties. Ilnwllngs met with a very painful Tho .Misses Alary Combs nnd Mabel accident whllo getting some feed for Moyers have r turned from a visit her cow. Sho fell from a ladder and to their nunt In Estill County. Miss hurt her back badly. Carl ltawilngs Vlrgle Minter of Travelers Best has has returned from n business trip thru the south. Miss Lucy Ilnwllngs was a welcomo visitor In Manchester last Sunday. II. V. Carmaek U having a cellar and a neat wall built along tho front cf his property. Mr. and Mrs. TMalln Standafer have returned from Hazard to reside nt their- - old homo. Jas. McDanlel and m ri-iff ron, Frank, of Berea mado a busi ness trip tliru hero this week. Itobcrt Ilawllngs called on our mer chants this week and also visited our schools. Tho County Institute will couveno at Manchester the 22nd. A veiy profitable tlmo Is expected. Tho Itcv. Chestnut of London will fill his regular appointment in tho Chapel tho fourth Saturday and Sun- - uv, ri OBITUARY "Alex AiIjIII is killed by lightening' was tho sad message that spread over this community, Monday evening, July 15th. Not In yrnrs has nny thing hnppcned that caused bo much ISI.ANK CITY Wo urn row nml if.irf as tho death avId Mays Island City, July , ,r Albm Ul0 0 wmj ono of of Hamilton, 0., and Johnlo Mays Ml0Ht lguly gpedi citizens of tho of Arkansas nccompanlcd by "Mr. and jcommunlty. Ho was a member of Mt. Mre. Samuel Mays visited Wm. Maya IZ0 Chrl8t,an clurch( haVng Joined last Saturday nnd SundayJ. A. Hun. ftt 10 ng(J of twcnty. mMtM tor began a singing school nt this jMM LwM , lh8 Counlv, To place last Satutday.-- A. B. Sparkf, I y, unon ono child was born, lawyer of Clay County, was on is- Ilncrn, MnUsn woro conduct-lan- d Creek, Saturday, on busines- s., ftt tho rCBlJcncC( Tucgdny, ntter Henry McOeorgo left, Saturday, la ' , ,,y Uuv. w, K Alblll of oula. vh.lt his mother In Jackson Counly. hoinn wmta of ho dWMwlf 0n ot num. . uBuii jiaa no irpjiuai- - Ul0 inrgcst crowns ever seen in uus I.. rto jrt . " n.88C8f..r ."r cammuKy was present. After services I n rWntni. rmi!ltt -- ""' lho residence, he wns burled un- -I U. S. Marshal of ,Icr tho mig.,ldoa ot tho M. ,,. A. thltt County, took dinner nt 0. J. Lodge of Kingston of which Gentry's last Tuesday. Wm. MayB wan n membt-r- . Ho was Ink! . !.., I 1.1. ...tn.. lur 11IS avnu.iuaruTH m rcgl bcllcnth n wl,lemecs of flowers Hlchmcn.l Tho Mton Otle nnd , tll0 ,Hchmond Wmetery. i.ikkiu .M,ijn iicciiiupanieii ny tueir Kingston, July 22. Green Powell , father Wm. Mhj.,,( w ,,.avP( left, Saturday, for Mlddletown, Ohio, j where ho will visit his sister, Mm. Hudson, for tho next few wceka. Iltoy Parks who has been In tho home, I livery business nt Berea camo I Monday, and Is very sick with typhoid fover. MUs Nelllo Lnwson left, Monday, for Battle. Creek, Mich , where sho will spend tho summe- r.s vtrr-tJohn Webb nnd Chas. Powell made a business trip to Richmond, Sntur- , day ..Miss Delia Johnson of McKo', Is visiting her grandparents, Mr. nnd .Mrs. Wm. Morris at this plae. Tho Methodist tent mating will be- gin here, Wednesday night. Miss ,aroco Dlincy of Berea Is sending mis week Willi Elizabeth and Vernn lS.-D- L'lUa Harney. Mlsa Molllo Mooro of Meadow Creek was visiting her cou-clIlsa Addlo Combs last Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Hubert .Malnous of Conway Is hero this weok looking niter affairs at his former dir. nnd Mrs. J03 Isaacs hme. wero visiting Mrs. K. K. Young this week. 25th of July, to visit their sister, Mm. Nannie Peters, of Dudley, Illinois. MADISON COUNTY KINGSTON 1 Berea Printing School Department of Berea College specimen ot (The Citizen is our work.) PRINTS HEADS, HAND-B1L1.- LETTE1T. Ea HEP0IIT8, BEIU MONS AND BOOKS IN THE BEST LOWEST AND AT MANNER, CAIIDS, PRICES. I patronago If asked to bslp studonU, and to Iniurs your getting your money's worth. Your CALL AT THE OFFICE OR SEND ORDERS BY MAIL. YOU WILL GET SATISFACTION. DRESS TERMS CASH. AD- "7"' ".", - 1 Berea Printing School BEREA, KY. Houses to Rent To tho" who have chlldren t0 cats and with to reside In Derea for a longer or shorter time to enjoy Its .w.ssshi . v n educational advantages, tha College haa a number of houses, large and m, some ; t0 rent on them partly furnished, re0nable terms. Addreei of day. V1NK Flanery. Silver ii.v:ii CIIKKK C Mrs. Dora Steward enter- tained quite a number of young folks at her home, Saturday night. C. P. Mooro of McKeo will bo here next cutting week superintending the of his meadow on his old farm. Next Saturday and Sunday will be regular church meeting days at old Flat Lick. Wm, Dunlgan Is teaching the McKeo school this year. dir. and Mrs. W. R. Reynolds and family were visiting tho former's sister, Mrs. .Morgan in Clay County last Saturday and V. J. Jones who has been Sunday. down so long with typhoid fever and rheumatism Is Improving. E. PenningAnnvllle, ton and the Misses Mattie Wedlock, Nora, Ethel and Jessie Strong returned, Monday night, from a visit with friends and relatives in Berea and Paris. Master Craft King is visiting his grandparents here for a few weeks. Mrs. Gil Kader and family and Miss Fannlo Costeel visited friends In Egypt last week. Mrs. K. E. Worthlngton has gone to Mary-vlll- e, Tcnn., to spend a few weeks with a girl friend of hers. Fred Jones, Eldon Davidson, Leonard Good man and Ed Kader were calling In Mrs. Annvllle, Sunday afternoon. Polly Ingram who has been very sick Is reported to bo some better. Mr. and Mro. L. J. Webb were In McKeo to tako tho County examination, Friday and Saturday. A party from Welchburg composed of the following wero horseback riding, Sunday afternoon: Tho Misses May Herndon, Lucy and Mary Welch and the Messrs. Jesso Bowling, Victor Hall, W. r Jones and Lee Herndon. The school at Lincoln Academy will begin Aug. 15. The teachers, Miss Ische and MIbs Muyskens, are expected here, this week, and two other new teachers will bo hero some tlmo before school ANN VI I.LK July 22. Mrs. Vine, July 20. Grass cutting Is nil the go here. Mrs. Lilllo Chesnut la reported very sick. J. B. McQueen, Chas. and B. Poo who have been nt work In Plko County have returned home. Miss Sarah Poo Is very sick, this weok. Miss Julia Ferguson spent Saturday night with Miss .Mary ltlca. with Cod, and tho Word ru God. St. John Levi Pennington left, yesterday. IiMbi begtnnlng wu the Word, and the Word for Livingston, whore he will work 'Miss Ella Woods who for a while. It breathed in the primal chaos, it shone in the first great sun, began her schcol tho seventh is hav ' ing good attendance. Miss Mary Riw It pulsed in the glowing ether or ever a world was done Creek, July 22. Mr. XoO Mitchell Is sendlrg a whllo with his brother, May. Sam Kelley spent from Saturday night until Sunday with his father nnd mother, Mr. and !Mrs, C. F. Kelloy Rev. linker from Tenn., precched nt tho Silver Crwk church on tho 14th. Several people U THE COLLEGE TREASURER BEREA, KY. THE ni t. J mi TkZI m M,alc?m staying wc!kV . Bakers, this week. H. ii. Rice imr-- 1 chased n wagon and a team of mules, yesterday.-T- im Lewis of Fogertowii began his school at Falling Timber last Monday Thoro will bo a funeral A"d trough all the empty eons when never a star had place . " swept m eternal grandeur across all the fields of space. Friday nBht. Mra C. T. Todd sient last Friday evening with Mrs. 0. K. Anderson. C. T. Todd Is having u Mrs. well drilled for stock water. Mary S. Kindred spent Friday morning with 'Mrs. C. T. Todd. Berea Hospital Norte Training School of Berea College IUS BEST OPERATINQ MODERN ROOM AND ALL APPLIANCES ,. . . . ... . Tho . It rose in the marvel-choruthe song of the morning stars; meeting at tho Liberty church the Tremendous and deep andmighty, the Word was the soul of things .i .i r ,.... i. c .. .. .i i Juuuuy m ims monm. .ir. T7, utU. A n. i i i .t j ninija. U1J "auc mwwr oiavca auu t.: and 'Mrs. Jim Clark nf Mnlrom nr i ... ... ROCKCASTLE COUNTY SOONK Boone, July 21. Mrs. l'al Owens Is visiting Mrs. Norn Wren near Boone, this week. Quite a numb-- r of young folks visited tho Misses Ly-d- a and Simla Lcvctt last Saturday and Sunday. Sim Wheeler of Nina visited his sister, "Mrs. J. II. n few days last week. A. I). Levvtt purchased a colt from J. 11. Lambert for 30 dollars a few days Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lamb of o. Du-lu- th FOR CARE OP A LIMITED NUMBER s OF PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREAT" MENT QREATLT INCREASES PRO PEOTS OF RECOVERY. , planning to spend this winter in riorlda. Tho singing at J. M. Wilson's last Sunday was enjoyed by a large crowd. I OWSLETCOUNTY COW CltKKK Cow Creek, July 20. Quito wTdaTagrAaT rains. opens. Wo aro expecting quite a large school. 'Mr. and Mrs. John Mcdlock spent Sunday with Mr. Dan Medlock. CLAY COUNTY Sextons HKXTONS t'ltKKK Creek, July 20. A very heavy rain fell hero, Wednesday night, doing much damage to crop3 and fencing. Joo Clark of near Irvlno visited hto parents here from Friday until Monday. Agents, Chestnut and Hoskins, for the Golden Land Company were In this neighborhood last week contracting land. W. N. Burch has his wire fence up. Little Isaac Burch who has been very 111 Is much bettor. School hero last Monday with F. H. Whltis of Burning Springs as teacher. Sam Saylor went to Bemstadt, Wednesday, and bought a new wagon. Henry Itowlett's mother has been paying blin a visit for a fow days. School began at Splvy, 'Monday, with J, M. King 03 teacher. Nathan Burch who Is la tho U. S. recruiting service stationed at Dayton, Ohla, is at homo on a two months furlough. J. I. Metcalf and J. H. Hunter have rented W. N. Burch's saw ond gHet mill for a period of olx months. be-E- an Tho crop of Irish potatoes proves to be excellent this year- .Miss Mao Mlnter visited friends and t nooneviiie. saturdav and Sunday. Thcro were preaching services at Grassy Branch. Thursday night. Ballard , by Rev. Isaac Gabbard. Huffs children have measles, also, . Wm. Huffs children. Luther Hicks of RIcctown and Miss Dora Reynolds eiojKJd to McKeo last wee of nnd were married.. Mrs. Moso Mcintosh died a few days ago of John Noble was married, measles. Geo. Thursday, to a Miss Murrcll. I'ox of Bocnvclllo passed thru lierj, Monday, on his way from Upper Buffalo wlUi a bunch ot sheep and cattle. Delancy Bowling who has been at Franklin, 0 for tho past two months has returned to his fathers' at Eversolo. In our last letter we stated that Miss Ida Eversolo would teach at Bethany. Sho exchanged with a Mr. 'Mooro and will teach at Sulphur Springs. Sunday school at FEau Is progrcsslngi nicely with John Frost, Jr., and Miss Mao Mlnter as teachers. Logan Gabbard has returned to Franklin, 0. Marshal Mays and others woro hero recently searching ' for a moonshine still that had been rejwrted but they wero unfortunato In not finding it. This section was visited by one of the heaviest rains for many ycurs, Wednesday night. Much hillside, land was washed away, doing much damago to growing crops and fenco. Tho heaviest part of the rain was on Indian and Wolf crcoks. UUcle Frank Abshlrc, of Buckhorn, ( was found dead In a cornfield In which ho had been working. Heart VcS a lot of r,i.um aro visiting relatives at this thunder THE BEREA HOSPITAL Wo had a severe Jeo. 1'oynter of storm last Sunday. BEREA, KY. and letters, and we with our codes and creeds, Kenton visited his paints at this A"d we with place, Saturday and Sunday. Sjulro We dim it in clumsy language, we hush it with barren deeds; to mado a business trip Full fat with the pride of being we read with our narrowed eyes Berea ono day last week. II. Levvtt narrates at length a later encounter of Double Lick wac In Boone, Satur- by tho same family at about tho Thetruth as we fain would spell it-- we puny ones,overwise. day. Corn crops aro looking fine. came place with a family of rattlo been ennkes. His narrative In short Is as Mrs. J. II. Lambert who has how may we rea(j Qr hear it?We quibblers of things and deeds, quite sick Is Improving. Mrs. Geo. follows: Wren Is sick this wook. Mrs. Will MTb. Dees and daughter wero pickAnd how may we sense its forming forever to fit our needs? Sims who lias been alck for somo tlmo ing berries near their homo at Clear We babble of plan and purpose, we question of What and Why, jls slowly Improving. Mrs. Jas. Grunt Creek when Uiolr dog jumped befq Nof rea(j jn the rr e bQSSOm nor sky! in the returned heme a few days ago after them and engaged In deadly coV. a pleasant visit with relatives near bat with a number of rattlers which Wlnchecter. he drove back toward a log undr IIINI'DTAMTA which was evidently their den. Tho MORE SNAKES In our Dlsputanta news last week wns a short account of a fight with got but he did not glvo up until Mm. copper head snakes, which was said to Decs and her daughter wero at a 'Mr. Dees and son have resulted fatally to a dog nnd safe dUtanco. (Copyright, 112, by W. a. Ctmpmun.) to tho snakes nfter tho dog was camo to their rescue with a shot gun and killed seven largo rattlers reenforced by a strong man. Seeing this account, a correspon-t'.cn- t nnd many small ones. Tho largest from Berea who does not dis- wero S 2 feet long and tho smalclose his name, for which reason wo lest 3 2 feet. Tho dog died a few do not publish In full his account. minutes nfter reaching tho bouso. place. star-strewn I I For far in the outer splendor, where systems are dimmed to haze And orbs that we never dream of go spinning their nights and days, The Word is the law forever, and was ere the birth of time; It lived in the light eternal through centuries all sublime. Rataa One Dollar a day and. op. Bond for prompt payment rejulrta For further particulars address BLUE GRASS FAIR 6 Big Days and Nights, Commencing Monday, August 12th America's Greatest Horse Skow 5 Big Saddle Horse RaBBiBg Stakes. aad Harness Races $25,000 in Premiums. Splendid Display of Every Class of Live Stock. their In Lexington. Mrs. Blalno Wilson Is very sick. Win. Napier had a. house moving the past week. L. B. Brewer nnd fainl- - 0nc of thc bcst and mos beautifully located residences in Berea. Built last year. Genuine first class oak finish inside. Concrete basement 14x28 ft Seveu. '"'B8 we" vutlled roouia, ami uttio, lttrK nantrjr, china sturgeon. Jniv ai 'ni.'rri- -i nn th . closet udu three wardrobes, three urates, tile sud cabinet mante s. 14th, D. H. Wilson of Sturgeon to n..:i.iin,. i i. i. ...... i:i.i Miss Effie Trcadway of Vincent. They SJze of ,ot 00.1SO ftlocsattaU oil Chestnut St.. spent honeymoon brought to Tu fam , y grave yard near Booneviiio for bnr.i. ' . I i r: !. . . .... Daily. ' EflB klAl.T. VA INNES BAND OF AMERICA StBsatioBil Free Acts Daily. The Greater Parker Shows. c.i. See the Bid Floral Parade First Day Reduced Rates on all Roads. For Catalog or hither Information address B,, .. ... . , JOHN W. BAIN, Secretary, Lexingtoa, Address W. B. HARRIS, Berea, Ky. Ky.